This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Eugene Ughetti held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Eugene Ughetti
The Glass Percussion Project by Emily Heylen
The most beautiful aspect of the Adelaide Festival Centre's Artspace is the tall, floor-to-ceiling windows that complete one side of the room, opening the space to the blue summer sky. Watching the Glass Percussion Project playing blue pieces created by 25 local glass artists, the cerulean tones of inside and outside stand comfortably side by side...
10 years of 'speaking percussion' by David John Lang
Australians are fascinated by percussion, judging by the number of successful percussion ensembles and collectives that can be found around the country. To name just a few: based in Sydney are Synergy Percussion, TaikOz and MATCH Percussion; Perth has Tetrafide Percussion; in Brisbane is Karak Percussion; and from Melbourne – and celebrating their tenth anniversary this year – is Speak Percussion...
Speak Percussion's Emerging Artists speak for themselves by Australian Music Centre
The participants in Speak Percussion's Emerging Artists Program for composers and percussionists jotted down their impressions immediately after an action-packed Creative Development Week in December. In the Emerging Artists Program, a mentor and peer supported each young composer in creating sketches for a new composition that was workshopped during the week. A rehearsal period and final performances of the resulting new works will take place in April 2011.
Eugene Ughetti wins Freedman Fellowship for Classical Music by Australian Music Centre
The Music Council of Australia and the Freedman Foundation have announced Melbourne percussionist Eugene Ughetti as the winner of the 2011 Music Council of Australia /Freedman Fellowship for Classical Music. The Fellowship carries a cash prize of $15,000.
Creative Australia Fellowships to Cole, Ughetti, Fox by Australian Music Centre
Composer Amanda Cole, sound artist Robin Fox and percussionist and composer Eugene Ughetti are among the eleven Creative Australia Fellowship recipients, announced on Wednesday at the Melbourne Recital Centre. The Fellowships are the centrepiece of the Federal Government's Creative Australia grants initiative, delivered by the Australia Council, with $10 million going to individual artists over five years. The Fellowships consist of two categories: established artists (each valued at $100,000 over one year) and early career artists ($60,000 over two years).
2014 Art Music Awards - finalists by Australian Music Centre
APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and the Australian Music Centre are proud to announce the finalists for the 2014 Art Music Awards. Once again, the hard work by judging panels has produced a strong as well as varied list of finalists, with all the ingredients of an exciting awards night: established names as well as up-and-coming artists, women as well as men, intimate pieces as well as dramatic works requiring big forces and spacious venues, solo works and projects as well as collaborations.
Works by Eugene Ughetti
Eugene Ughetti is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Frenetic fantasy by Eugene Ughetti
Frenetic fantasy etude by Eugene Ughetti
Works commissioned by Eugene Ughetti
Works commissioned and written for Eugene Ughetti
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Eugene Ughetti
Events featuring Eugene Ughetti
World premieres given by Eugene Ughetti
Patañjali : for two keyboards and percussion, a celebration of Patañjali’s Yoga-Sūtra in music and āsana by Michael Kieran Harvey— 17 Jan 15 (Baha’i Centre, Hobart)
Homage to Liszt : for the 200th birthday of Liszt Ferenc by Michael Kieran Harvey— 21 May 11 (Main Hall, Australian National Academy of Music, Melbourne)
surface given radiance : for vibraphones, crotales and quarter-tone metal tubes by Luke Paulding— 4 Apr 11 (Castlemaine State Festival, Victoria)
Here's to good health (quartets: percussion, woodwind) by Lachlan Davidson— 6 Dec 09 (Fitzroy Town Hall, Melbourne)
Natura morta : for solo percussionist by David Young— 26 Nov 09 (2009 Big West Festival as part of "It looks like you are doing something, but we can't imagine what you are doing," presented by Speak Percussion and Aphids)
Sonus dulcis : for soprano, sho/saxophone and percussion by Andrián Pertout— 31 Jul 06 (Collins St Baptist Church, Melbourne)
16 boxes : for percussionist and assistant origamist by David Young— Dec 05 (Yarraville Masonic Temple, Big West Festival, Melbourne )
Oribotics (solo other/mixed percussion with electronics) by David Young— May 04 (TCB Gallery, Melbourne as part of the 2004 Next Wave Festival)