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Kynan Tan

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Articles by and about Kynan Tan

Showcase of Young Talent by Kynan Tan

Club Zho is a monthly event held in Perth that showcases new works by Western Australian composers and visiting guest artists. The October program, Axis 21, featured nine composers from The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts...

Dance Collaboration Merges Physical and Digital by Kynan Tan

Creators of multi-artform works sometimes struggle with the lure and impracticalities of over-stimulation. Crowding works with one too many items of sound, light or motion can distract the audience's attention from critical details. But when a construction reaches a fine balance between its elements, these works flourish...

Club Zho 82 by Kynan Tan

Tura New Music’s ongoing series continued in fine style with its 82nd show, an intriguing combination of improvisation, electronics and interactivity. Once again, Club Zho maintained an astonishing level of ingenuity and artistic exploration that it has provided throughout its long history. On this night, the event was situated at the prestigious new Ellington Jazz Club, which provided a great stage and setting, close and intimate for performers and audience to jointly enjoy a night of new music.

Club Zho 86 / Liquid Architecture 10 by Kynan Tan

Liquid Architecture rolled into town with music set to broaden the musical palate of Perth. One decade of Liquid Architecture history means that this festival is well versed in challenging any preconceptions of sound art, performance and music. It was exciting to see a whole troupe of artists with similar inventiveness in regards to performance, interaction and sound...

Ménilmontant - film score by Christopher de Groot by Kynan Tan

The full ensemble was utilised to great effect throughout the entire score, producing a range of ensemble timbres and fusing electronics with instruments to create music that shifted and evolved according to the needs of the film. This gave the soundtrack an amazing sense of openness. Towards the latter half of the film the contemplative material really came into its own, with drawn-out discordant harmonies, sleazy jazz improvisation-style soloing and recorded material meshing with the live music...

Black drapes, white shoes, pink ink blots - WAAPA Music Technology Graduates by Kelly Curran

As the first crop of graduates from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ new Music Technology course, the presenting artists were under quite a spotlight at their combined graduation recital, and they shone. The result of a year’s hard work and research culminated in a multi-sensorial treat for audience members. Each with their own unique style and approach, Cherie Lebrasse, Kynan Tan and Ben Hamblin demonstrated their skills in composition, performance and technical wizardry, as they presented an evening of original and stimulating new works...