13 January 2010
The AMU podcast series by ABC Classic FM's Australian Music Unit now features several works premiered last year as part of the AMC's and The Song Company's MODART composer development project. To download and listen to the podcasts, please see the AMU podcast list. The five MODART works currently available are Alexandra Hay's (NZ) Dream Logic, Lachlan Skipworth's Aida, Mark Oliveiro's DOA, Amy Bastow's 'It's Organic... With Soy', and Melody Eötvös's The Intoxicated Poet.
For more information about the participants of MODART09 and their works, please see the MODART subpage.
AMU podcasts - ABC Classic FM
MODART 2009 - a concert review by Rachel Orzech on Resonate
Australian Music Centre - MODART09 (www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/about/modart)
MODART and 25 years of The Song Company - a feature on Resonate
The Modart Diaries, part I - Lachlan Skipworth
The Modart Diaries, part II - Amy Bastow
The Modart Diaries, part III - Melody Eötvös
The Modart Diaries, part IV - Rae Howell
The Modart Diaries, part V - Mark Oliveiro
The Modart Diaries, part VI - Alexandra Hay
The Modart Diaries, part VII - Anthony Dunstan
The Modart Diaries, part VIII - Lachlan Skipworth
The Song Company (www.songcompany.com.au)
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