This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Synergy Percussion held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Synergy Percussion
Synergy and Grainger Quartet by Australian Music Centre
The Grainger Quartet branched out of their comfort zone in this inspired concert with Synergy percussion and William Barton. The program read like a who’s who of Australian music: William Barton, Gerard Brophy, Peter Sculthorpe, Percy Grainger and Ross Edwards, some of whom were in the audience and intermittently took to the stage to introduce their works, which rendered the concert all the more engaging.
Synergy Percussion's 40under40 by Bree van Reyk
Bree van Reyk explains Synergy Percussion's 40th anniversary commissioning project: a new way of matching composers to commissioners that is proving a success. A dozen commissions out of 40, from both established and emerging composers, are still there for the taking.
Works by Synergy Percussion
Synergy Percussion is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Impact by Synergy Percussion
Synergy with Samuels by Synergy Percussion
Matsuri by Synergy Percussion
Green piece by Synergy Percussion
Works commissioned by Synergy Percussion
Works commissioned and written for Synergy Percussion
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Synergy Percussion
Events featuring Synergy Percussion
World premieres given by Synergy Percussion
A Strange manuscript found in a copper cylinder (satb choir with percussion) by Melody Eötvös— 11 Nov 16 (The Independent Theatre, NSW)
Beauty will be amnesiac or will not be at all : percussion ensemble by Anthony Pateras— 22 Apr 14 (Carriageworks, NSW)
No more than liquid (nonets: oboe, clarinet, horn, 3 percussion, violin, viola, cello) by Damien Ricketson— 4 Aug 07 (Sydney City Recital Hall)
Prelude, song and dance in black and white : treble choir with chamber ensemble by Gerard Brophy— 1 Dec 06 (Centenary Hall, Newington College, Stanmore, Sydney)
Quartet for 2 marimbas, xylophone and timpani : opus 28 by Julian Yu— 28 May 95 (Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC, Sydney)