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Random Audio Sample: Eight bagatelles : for piano solo by Keith Humble, from the CD La Trobe University Music Department CD archive, volume 1.
Articles by and about Madeleine Flynn
4 Apr 2012 2012 Art Music Awards - comments by judging panels by Australian Music Centre
The Art Music Awards gala event held at the Playhouse, Sydney Opera House, on Tuesday 3 April 2012, honoured winners across ten national categories and in seven state awards. The comments below reflect the difficult task the judging panel members faced when choosing first the finalists and finally the winners from a considerable number of high-quality works. See also: '2012 Art Music Awards - winners' (news article on Resonate 4 April 2012.)
13 Sep 2012 Broadband Arts Initiative: grant recipients by Australian Music Centre
Recipients of the new Broadband Arts Initiative grants by the Australia Council have been announced
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.
7 Mar 2017 Australia Council Awards: Lyn Williams and Madeleine Flynn by Australian Music Centre
Conductor and Artistic Director of Gondwana Choirs Lyn Williams OAM has been awarded the prestigious Don Banks Music Award. Banks Award was announced today as one of eight Australia Council Awards acknowledging the significant contribution by artists in Australia. Also acknowledged this year is the work of sound artist Madeleine Flynn who receives her Award in the category of Emerging and Experimental Arts Award.
31 Aug 2020 'Hello human, welcome to art' by Australian Music Centre
The first of two 2020 Peggy Glanville-Hicks Addresses will be presented by Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey on Monday 21 September. There will be no auditorium filled with seats, which is not an unusual situation for the team of two experimental sound artists. Instead, we're invited to take part in a dialogue with a machine.
Events featuring Madeleine Flynn
3 Oct 2019 VIC: Chamber Made: Diaspora
20 Feb 2019 WA: Five Short Blasts : Perth Festival 2019