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Kelly Curran

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Articles by and about Kelly Curran

Western Australian Sanctuary and Soundscapes by Kelly Curran

In this latest performance offering by new music ensemble pi, audience members were privileged to witness why this group of talented musicians and composers is so highly respected and acclaimed in their field...

Personality, Precision and Panache by Kelly Curran

Any audience member, who was not already an avid admirer of this performance duo before their recent concert in Perth, would almost certainly have been converted by its conclusion. Guitarist Craig Ogden and percussionist Paul Tanner captivated the audience from first pluck to final punch...

Eclectic Directions by Kelly Curran

An intriguing fusion of musical styles and traditions, and uncommon instrumentation characterised this programme of exciting, new and recent works by emerging Perth composer, Christopher de Groot.

Very Old Meets Very New in Quest for Mutual Understanding by Kelly Curran

This unique and vibrant performance not only marked the conclusion of a three-week tour to regional and remote centres but also the culmination of four years of cross-cultural collaboration. Traditional Aboriginal music was fused with contemporary jazz to a backdrop of ochre lighting, projected photographs, and a stunning, suspended Aboriginal artwork, painted by one of the performer’s grandfathers.

Solar soundscapes, clarinet class and stellar Stravinsky by Kelly Curran

How refreshing it was to hear premiered works by two contemporary composers rousingly applauded by a packed house at the Perth Concert Hall on Friday night. Rather than acting as support pieces for the headline work, Stravinsky’s Petrushka, the new works were enthusiastically received by an exuberant and appreciative audience...

Black drapes, white shoes, pink ink blots - WAAPA Music Technology Graduates by Kelly Curran

As the first crop of graduates from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ new Music Technology course, the presenting artists were under quite a spotlight at their combined graduation recital, and they shone. The result of a year’s hard work and research culminated in a multi-sensorial treat for audience members. Each with their own unique style and approach, Cherie Lebrasse, Kynan Tan and Ben Hamblin demonstrated their skills in composition, performance and technical wizardry, as they presented an evening of original and stimulating new works...

Decibel by Kelly Curran and Ben Hamblin

These two reviews by our WA contributors Kelly Curran and Ben Hamblin bring us up-to-date about one of the latest developments of new music in Western Australia: the exciting new ensemble Decibel.