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Articles by and about Cathy Aggett
29 Oct 2008 The Art of Australian Song by Cathy Aggett
The Art of Australian Song is a recital of 34 songs by nineteen Australian composers, spanning 92 years (1914-2006). It is a culmination of four years of research into Australian art song as part of my doctoral studies at the University of Western Sydney, and presents most of the repertoire to be included in the pedagogical thesis.
31 Jul 2014 2014 Art Music Awards - finalists by Australian Music Centre
APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and the Australian Music Centre are proud to announce the finalists for the 2014 Art Music Awards. Once again, the hard work by judging panels has produced a strong as well as varied list of finalists, with all the ingredients of an exciting awards night: established names as well as up-and-coming artists, women as well as men, intimate pieces as well as dramatic works requiring big forces and spacious venues, solo works and projects as well as collaborations.
26 Aug 2014 2014 Art Music Awards - winners by Australian Music Centre
Winners of this year's Art Music Awards have been announced at a gala event, held on Tuesday night in Melbourne.
Works commissioned and written for Cathy Aggett
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Cathy Aggett
Sheet music: The Anthology of Australian art song for low voice : Vol. Two, for contralto and bass voice / by Paul Paviour, John Wayne Dixon, Diana Blom and Gordon Kerry ; edited and with pedagogical material by Cathy Aggett.
Sheet music: The Anthology of Australian art song for low voice : Vol. One, for mezzo-soprano, low mezzo-soprano and mezzo-contralto / by Houston Dunleavy, Clare Maclean, May Howlett and Larry Sitsky ; edited and with pedagogical material by Cathy Aggett.
Events featuring Cathy Aggett
7 May 2017 NSW: A Heritage of Australian Art Song
28 Jul 2013 NSW: Australian Song at Kincoppal
27 Jun 2009 NSW: Art of Australian Song II