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Articles by sound artists, composers, performers and teachers discussing contemporary practice - you can also browse our archive of all blog articles


Frame of Reference - the making of an album

Frame of Reference - the making of an album

Sean Foran writes about his new album Frame of Reference, just out on Jazzhead and featuring a European lineup brought together for this project especially. Foran will be touring with this music in October in the UK and in Australia.

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Footmarks by the Primal Dance Company

Footmarks by the Primal Dance Company

Footmarks is a modern dance work staged by the regionally-based Primal Dance Company and choreographer Alyssa Casey. The company is attached to the Lee Academy of Dance School, based on the Central Coast of NSW, and is the only full-time dance company in the region.

Alyssa Casey took the brave step of commissioning three local composers, Ian MunroJohn Nottle and Christopher Sainsbury to each contribute a 15-20 minute segment for her new work...

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re-sound: Sublating the Symbol - an album of Australian work

re-sound: Sublating the Symbol - an album of Australian work

re-sound: Sublating the Symbol is the title of a new CD with Australian work just released by the Italian label ArsPublica. The name re-sound is associated with a series of Australian recordings I have curated over past 18 years...

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Paul Stanhope at Townsville - a report from AFCM

Paul Stanhope at Townsville - a report from AFCM

Paul Stanhope was the composer in residence at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville this winter. Malcolm Gillies went to the concerts and interviewed him for Resonate in his role as the festival's writer in residence.

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Writing for Windfall

Writing for Windfall

Composer David Hush writes about two works for wind instruments, Three Etudes and Night Songs, both written for the Sydney-based ensemble Windfall. An earlier version of this article was published by Fine Music Magazine (June 2016).

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Listening Forest, an installation at Tyalgum Music Festival

Listening Forest, an installation at Tyalgum Music Festival

Tyalgum Music Festival (9-11 September 2016) features two interesting new works by Australian composers Cor Fuhler and Cathy Milliken. The work by the German-based Milliken will involve choirs and other groups from the Tyalgum community as creative participants, while the Dutch-born composer, multi-instrumentalist and improviser Cor Fuhler is working on a new installation work called Listening Forest. In this article, Fuhler writes about his forthcoming work as well as some recent installations.

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