This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Rhiannon Cook held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Rhiannon Cook
Editorial: A Tangled Web? New Music Online by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
Now is a pivotal time in Australian music history.
Joe Blog: Who Cares? by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
While compiling content for the current Journal Issue, editors Rhiannon Cook and Danielle Carey spent hours emailing each other in an effort to tease out issues relating to the documentation of new music. What is blogging? Why do we talk about music? What does this mean for the new music scene? This article is an edited version of a conversation about the art of blogging and its impact on communities.
Telling It As It Is by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
A passionate advocate for new music, Richard Gill has built an international reputation for his work in creating opportunities for aspiring musicians, nurturing their abilities and presenting music to audiences in unique ways. Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook chat to Richard Gill about advocating new music and his role in its presentation...
New Music, Clarinets and Secret Fetishes by Rhiannon Cook
The program for clarinettist Richard Haynes’s upcoming gig with the Melbourne-based organisation Aphids is deliberately tantalising. Titled Listen my Secret Fetish, the program includes works for clarinet and operating table, leather, watersports and a 44-gallon drum. Rhiannon Cook chats to Richard about the project and his approach to learning new works. ..
The Children’s Bach by Rhiannon Cook
Despite its name, Helen Garner’s novel The Children’s Bach might seem an unlikely book on which to base an opera. Nobody dies, the action is subtle, housework is a major theme, and much of the drama is internal. But this is partly what attracted composer Andrew Schultz. ‘I thought it would be completely different from anything else I had done before’
Griffyn Ensemble - Island Universes by Rhiannon Cook
The third concert in The Griffyn Ensemble’s 2008 subscription series coincided with the Gods, Ghosts and Men exhibition of Pacific art at the National Gallery of Australia. For the ensemble’s director, Michael Sollis, this was an opportunity to bring a dream into being.
MODART and 25 years of The Song Company by Rhiannon Cook
The Song Company is a rare species: a small, full-time music ensemble. Remarkably, it has managed to survive, in Australia, for 25 years. And even more remarkable is that its success is founded on the exploration of unfamiliar musical territories.
Resonate Journals edited by Rhiannon Cook
#1: A Tangled Web? New Music Online edited by Danielle Carey and Rhiannon Cook
Works by Rhiannon Cook
Rhiannon Cook is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Scrapbook: an album by Rhiannon Cook
Analysis & Media
- Review: MODART05