Eve Duncan : Represented Artist
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Photo: Siri Hayes
Artist website: http://www.melbournecomposersleague.com
Artist website: http://www.sounddesign.unimelb.edu.au
Eve Duncan gained a Master of Music degree at the University of Melbourne, studying with Brenton Broadstock, and Honours in Music Composition at Latrobe University with Anthony Briggs. Her composition awards include the International Music Prize for Excellence in Composition (Greece), Recital Music Double Bass Composition Competition (England), and the International Modern Music Award for Composition (Vienna), APRA Composition Award and the International Modern Music Award for Composition (Vienna). She was Composer of Honour at the Australian Composers Series XVIII at Monash University in 2010.
She recently composed The Aspern Papers, an opera based upon Henry James's story, with a libretto by David Malouf. The overture, 'Approaching Venice', was performed as a symphonic work in Manila in November 2015.
Eve Duncan's music has been performed at the 17th, 18th, 24th and 28th Asian Composers League Conference and Festival (Thailand, the Philippines, Israel, Korea), the 1999 ISCM Festival (Romania), Asian Music Week (Japan), International Week of New Music (Bucharest), Meetings of New music (Braila), Virginia Woolf International Seminar (Colorado), Music of the Whole World Festival (Switzerland), and the IAWM Festival (Korea).
Her art gallery works include Four Blackboard Pieces, commissioned for the Joseph Beuys and Rudolf Steiner Blackboard Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Dredge with photographer Siri Hayes (Linden Gallery, Gallerysmith, Sea of Dreams, Port Phillip Bay 1915 - 2013 Part Two, Mornington Peninsular Regional Art Gallery, Latrobe Regional Gallery).
Her CDs Butterfly Modernism, Curiosities and Recorded Messages: Violin are available on the Move label.
She is currently an Executive Committee member of the Asian Composers League and Chairman of the Melbourne Composers League.
Eve Duncan — current to 2015
||Buddha fantasy : guitar solo||Commissioned by Stefan Feingold.|
||Exusiai : organ solo||Composed at the request of Michael Kurtz, Goethaenum, Switzerland|
||From a Star Afar : for piano (2018)||Written for the anniversary of Move Records in 2018|
|Alexander's Elements : for flute, Bb clarinet and bassoon (2018)||Commissioned by Sirius Chamber Ensemble.|
|Aer Turas : Air Journey (2018)||Commissioned by Sirius Ensemble for their Elements series|
|Heat for Hattie : for solo trumpet (2018)||Commissioned by Harriet Rayson.|