27 April 2011
New appointments to the Music Board
Composer, arranger and pianist Johannes Luebbers (WA) and media artist and composer Lawrence English (QLD) have been appointed members of the Music Board of the Australia Council for the Arts.
Johannes Luebbers currently lectures in jazz and contemporary music at the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in Perth. His composition Ashes to Ashes is one of the three finalists in the 'Work of the Year: Jazz' category of the 2011 Art Music Awards.
Brisbane-based Lawrence English, known for his live performances, installation and 'found sound and vision' works, curates sound and media programs at Queensland's Institute Of Modern Art and the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, among others.
Australia Council for the Arts - Music Board members
'Art Music Awards 2011 - finalists announced' (Resonate news article)
'It's All Music' - Resonate Journal article by Johannes Luebbers
Lawrence English (http://lawrenceenglish.com/)
Johannes Luebbers (www.johannesluebbers.com/)
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