20 December 2010
Australian Music on ABC Classic FM in January 2011
2011 - a new year, a new decade. As part of this month's kick-off into 2011, we have a two-part feature from the MONA FOMA festival in Hobart, Tasmania. From Adelaide come several live broadcasts from the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp live with a smattering of Australian compositions.
In addition, there are still some absolute gems from last year which we are broadcasting on In Performance and re-broadcasting on New Music Up Late as part of our Re-Live series. This includes a selection of fantastic festivals from 2010 - the Four Winds Festival, Liquid Architecture and Soundstreams.
You can also listen to and read about Australian music in our online archival recording collection classic/amp. Also check out an array of special web features, or subscribe to our weekly AMU podcast for new Australian music recordings and artist interviews direct to your computer.
New Music Up Late
Saturday 1st January, with Stephen Adams
Re-Live 5: Liquid Architecture 11
Listen back to the Sydney leg of the 2010 Liquid Architecture Festival featuring KK Null, and others performing live at studio 200 in the ABC's Ultimo Centre in Sydney.
Friday 7th January, with Stephen Adams
Re-Live 6: austraLYSIS & Halcyon
Listen back to austraLYSIS and Halcyon in a program of live electroacoustic, instrumental and vocal music first broadcast live in front of a studio audience in ABC Ultimo's studio 227.
Saturday 8th January, with Stephen Adams
Re-Live 7: SOUNDSTREAM 2010
Listen back to cellist John Addison, as well as the Brian Ritchie Trio, live at the Soundstream Festival in ABC Adelaide's Collinswood studios.
Saturday 15th January, with Julian Day
MONA FOMA 1
The first of two exciting broadcasts from this year's MONA FOMA Festival in Hobart.
Saturday 22nd January, with Julian Day
MONA FOMA 2
The second of two exciting broadcasts from this year's MONA FOMA Festival in Hobart.
Monday 10 January 8.00pm - Four Winds Festival 2010: Flinders
Includes Ross Edwards - The Harp and the Moon
Friday 14 January 8.00pm - Four Winds Festival 2010: Marshall
McGuire, harp; Jessica Aszodi, soprano.
Includes Andrew Ford - Learning to Howl: The Birthday of my Life; David Chisholm Juste avant l'aube; Elena Kats-Chernin Chamber of Horrors
Saturday 15 January 8.00pm - Australian Youth Orchestra National
Music Camp 2011 LIVE fromElder Hall, University of Adelaide
Includes Roger Smalley - Birthday Tango; Paul Stanhope Machinations
Friday 21 January 8.00pm Four Winds Festival 2010: Flinders
Includes Peter Sculthorpe - Song for Neilma (world premiere)
Saturday 29 January 8.00pm - Seraphim Trio
Includes Graeme Koehne - The Ringtone Cycle
Saturday 15 January 1.00pm - Australian Chamber Orchestra
Includes Matthew Hindon - Crime and Punishment
Saturday 15 January 3.00pm - Helen Sherman, mezzo-soprano; David
Includes Percy Grainger - Died for Love; Sprig of Thyme; The Pretty Maid Milkin' Her Cow; British Waterside
Saturdays at 7.05pm with Julian Day
1 January - Anne Boyd - Goldfish Through Summer Rain; Philip Bracanin - Guitar Concerto; Elena Kats-Chernin - Wild Rice; Anne Boyd - As I crossed a Bridge of Dreams
8 January - Robert Davidson - Landscape; Sean O'Boyle - Concerto for Didjeridu; Tim Hansen - Earwig; Andrew Schultz - 12 Variations
15 January - Nigel Westlake - Omphalo Centric Lecture; Piano Concerto; Kristofer Spike - The Lorax's Lament; Kristofer Spike - Trolls
22 January - Erik Griswold - 3 Latin Rhythms; Richard Meale - 3 Miro Pieces; Sasha Stella - A Tissue Of Quotations: Part VIII; Eric Gross - Suite Latin American
29 January - David Stanhope - The Little Ripper March; Matthew Hindson - In Memoriam, Concerto for Amplified Cello and Orchestra; Elena Kats-Chernin - Charmer's Apprentice
Weekdays at 9.05am with Graham Abbott
Monday 3 January - incl. Peter Sculthorpe - Sun Music
Friday 7 January - incl. Gordon Kerry - Dream
Weekdays at 1.05pm with Christopher Lawrence
Monday 17 January - incl. Anne Boyd - Cloudy Mountain;
Peter Sculthorpe - String Quartet No 17
Wednesday 26 January - incl. Elena Kats-Chernin - Ornamental Air
Thursday 27 January - incl. Richard Mills - Essay for strings
Weekdays at 4.05pm with music selected by Felix Hayman
Friday 14 January - incl. Nigel Westlake - Miss Potter:
'Miss Potter; I'm painting again', 'The Tale of Peter
Rabbit'; Malcolm Williamson - Azure
Tuesday 18 January - incl. Percy Grainger - Blithe Bells
Weekdays at 10.30pm with Simon Healy
Monday 3 January - incl. Richard Meale - String Quartet No 2
Tuesday 4 January - incl. Peter Sculthorpe - Lullaby
Wednesday 5 January - incl. Shaun Rigney - The Garden of Forking Paths
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Stephen Adams is a composer of concert music, music theatre and digital music. Since 2004, he has been working full-time at ABC Classic FM in the development of Australian music programming, recording and commissioning projects, and online Australian music presentation. Since 2006, he has been co-producer of CFM’s New Music Up Late program. Recent online projects include the AMU podcast, Orpheus Remix Awards, Lute Project and classic/amp.
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