This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Syzygy Ensemble held in our catalogue.
Random Audio Sample: My feet want to dance but my eyes want to sleep (septets: flute, clarinet, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello) by Brenton Broadstock, from the CD Celebrating twenty years
Articles by and about Syzygy Ensemble
The legacy of a moonstruck clown by Leigh Harrold
The passing of time has simply refused to blunt the visceral impact of Pierrot Lunaire. Arnold Schoenberg’s not-quite-sane settings of German versions of French poems declaimed by an Italian clown continue to send ripples and shivers through the arteries of contemporary music. The work exerts an influence over new Western art music from which today’s performers and composers are never really free...
Works commissioned and written for Syzygy Ensemble
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Syzygy Ensemble
Events featuring Syzygy Ensemble
World premieres given by Syzygy Ensemble
The 7 great inventions of the modern industrial age (dramatic music) by Paul Bissett, Sally Greenaway and Catherine Prosser— 27 Apr 16 (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC)
Syzygy (quintets: flute, clarinet, piano, violin, cello) by Brenton Broadstock— 2 Dec 15 (Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC)
Making signs (quintets: flute, clarinet, piano, violin, cello) by Gordon Kerry— 18 Sep 14 (The Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre, VIC)
Music for demons : for flute/s, bass clarinet & piano by Katy Abbott— 5 Sep 10 (Guildford Lane Gallery, Melbourne)