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Articles by and about Natasha Anderson
10 Sep 2008 Vanishing Under the Influence by Natasha Anderson
I find it hard to become excited about questions of music process when they’re expressed as a kind of falling in line behind the banner of either improvisation or composition. Individual processes can be fascinating, but arguments as to which method produces the more engaging and vital music are like a dog chasing its tail.
18 Dec 2013 Australia Council Fellowships & Project Fellowships: Edwardes, Schaupp, Ford, Tomlinson... by Australian Music Centre
Percussionist and Ensemble Offspring artistic director Claire Edwardes has been awarded a two-year Fellowship by the Australia Council for the Arts, following a particularly competitive round of applications. Other new fellows are Karin Schaupp, Paul McDermott, and Matthew Robinson. Project Fellowships, intended for creative or developmental projects by mid-career and established artists, went to Chris Abrahams, Andrew Ford ...
27 Oct 2015 2016 Peggy Glanville-Hicks residency to Natasha Anderson by Australian Music Centre
Composer, musician and installation artist Natasha Anderson has been announced as the 2016 artist-in-residence at the Peggy Glanville-Hicks House in Paddington, Sydney.
26 Apr 2017 2017 Art Music Fund recipients announced by Australian Music Centre
More than $110,000 has been awarded to nine composers for the creation of new works through the second funding round of the APRA AMCOS Art Music Fund. The 2017 recipients are Natasha Anderson, Newton Armstrong, Lisa Cheney, Erik Griswold, Annie Hsieh, Eve Klein, Dylan Lardelli, Kate Moore and Eugene Ughetti. 66% of funds available this year went to the five female composers.
Events featuring Natasha Anderson
12 Jan 2019 NSW: Suppression Dam
8 Sep 2018 VIC: BIFEM18: The Target Has Disappeared
5 May 2017 VIC: Resonant Bodies
World premieres given by Natasha Anderson
In search of rare grasshoppers (recorder with live electronics) by David Young— Aug 02 (Monash University, Melbourne)
The rehearsal piece (trios: recorder, violin, cello) by David Young— 29 Nov 00 (North Melbourne Town Hall)