Jenny Game-Lopata : Associate Artist
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Dr. Jenny Game-Lopata - Composer/ Musical Director/Performer
DCA (UWS), MA (composition, Monash Uni.), BA hons (composition, La Trobe Uni.), BA (improvisation VCA), Dip Ed. (tertiary teaching, Uni. of London), Cert. Small Business (arts management NEIS).
Jenny Game-Lopata is a composer and performer who currently lectures in music at the University of New England (UNE). Her compositions have been performed by a variety of ensembles at festivals and broadcast on radio and TV. In 2012 her composition 802 - on a a Poem by Emily Dickenson for soprano, piano and vibraphone, was debuted at the Armidale Composers Concert. In the same year Nozart for two horns was commissioned by Accord Pour Deux for the Bellingen Music Festival. Her interest in intercultural music led to the composition of a chamber opera, The Aqueduct which blends arabic and jewish musical traditions with western art music and jazz.
Game-Lopata also performs jazz and improvised works with her own ensembles. Her contemporary jazz/improvisation group, The Jenny Game Ensemble, has appeared at festivals and concerts throughout Australia including The Melbourne International Jazz Festival, The Wangaratta International Jazz Festival, The Manly Jazz Festival, The Armidale Colours of Jazz Festival, the National Festival of Women's Music and others. Assisted by a grant from Playing Australia, she has toured Australia's east coast, and a grant from Arts Victoria helped her to record and market a CD of her compositions, Jacinta's Song, which was released through Move Records in 2004.
Jenny Game-Lopata — current to July 2012
|Nozart : for two horns in F (2012)||Commissioned by Accord pour Deux.|
|860: a poem by Emily Dickinson : for soprano, vibraphone and piano (2011)||Commissioned by Accord pour Deux.|