26 March 2010
New Music Network concerts in three cities in 2010
The New Music Network is expanding its concert series to include events in three Australian cities: Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. A collective of contemporary music ensembles, sound artists and organisations from around the country, the New Music Network launches its 2010 program with a concert in Sydney on 31 March by The Song Company and Synergy Percussion, and goes on to present a dozen more events by some of Australia's leading artists and ensembles. One of the most eagerly anticipated events will be the annual Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address, presented this year by conductor Simone Young on 6 August (Sydney) and 11 August (Melbourne). The now firmly established, separate Mini Series will add a further five events to the NMN calendar.
New Music Network 2010 concert series (www.newmusicnetwork.com.au/series10.html)
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