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Geoffrey Gartner

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Geoffrey Gartner held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Gothic (dramatic music) by Andrée Greenwell, from the CD Gothic

Articles by and about Geoffrey Gartner

Solo Perspective concerts 1&2 by Geoffrey Gartner

The recent Solo Perspective concerts, presented by the New Music Network, gave six Australian soloists the opportunity to strut their stuff in front of appreciative audiences in the Recital Hall East at the Sydney Conservatorium in two Sunday recitals. Each concert took the form of a triple bill and juxtaposed an eclectic range of instruments and musical styles...

Panoptique Electrical by Geoffrey Gartner

Jason Sweeney, the brains behind Panoptique Electrical, has spent August on the road promoting the release of his album Yes to Fear, Yes to Desire.

Australia Ensemble 30 years by Geoffrey Gartner

The Australia Ensemble recently celebrated its 30th birthday – and the 60th of the University of NSW – with a sensational concert, once again proving its status as our country’s foremost chamber ensemble. The program showcased different combinations of the core ensemble – clarinet, flute, piano and four strings – in a program of piquant contemporary morsels balanced with the beefsteak of middle-period Beethoven, in this case, the second of the three great Razumovsky String Quartets, played by the Goldner String Quartet.

Rosemary Joy - System Building by Geoffrey Gartner

With the production of Rosemary Joy’s System Building, the wonderfully protean entity that is Aphids has re-affirmed its position as a leading light in new and thought-provoking art. System Buildingis a marvellous installation, starring percussionists Diego Espinosa and Eugene Ughetti. It was created for performance in four specific venues, in Berlin, Groningen in the Netherlands, Melbourne and Sydney. After recent performances in the Salon of the Melbourne Recital Centre it has finally made its way to Sydney for one evening of sold-out shows at Carriageworks. Shows, plural? Yes, each performance is only fifteen minutes long...

Works commissioned and written for Geoffrey Gartner

Extrema by Rosalind Page

Clarity by Leah Curtis

Imagining le Verrier by Damien Ricketson

Vision 5 by James Easton

Mercurial by Alex Pozniak

World premieres given by Geoffrey Gartner

Being and time III: Paradiso : for cello and dice by Rosalind Page— 8 May 15 (Barbara Blackman Lecture, Canberra International Music Festival, James O Fairfax Theatre, Australian National Gallery of Art, ACT)

I lost a world the other day : for mezzo-soprano and cello by Moya Henderson— 15 Mar 14 (Music Workshop, Sydney Concervatorium of Music, NSW)

See, the prismatic colors glisten : for soprano, mezzo-soprano, clarinet, cello and percussion by John Peterson— 15 Mar 14 (Music Workshop,Sydney Conservatorium of Music, NSW)

Headspaces : for cello and live electronics by Christopher Tonkin— 7 Aug 11 (Perth Town Hall)

Mater : full orchestra by Elena Kats-Chernin— 24 Jun 11 (Strathfield Town Hall, NSW)

Urban concerto (guitar with full orchestra) by Allan Zavod— 28 Mar 10 (Riverside Theatres, NSW)

Beginnings : for soprano, vibraphone, and string quartet by Anthony Lyons— 27 Nov 09 (St. Ives Uniting Church, Sydney)

Mercurial : cello solo by Alex Pozniak— 8 Sep 09 (Manning Bar, University of Sydney)

Clarity (duos: flute, cello) by Leah Curtis— 15 Jul 04 (Side on Cafe, Sydney, as part of the New Music Network concert 'Streamforms')

Fracture : a noh play for cello and orchestra by Rosalind Page— 24 Jun 04 (City Recital Hall, Sydney)

Imagining le Verrier : cello solo by Damien Ricketson— 4 Mar 01 (Bangarra Dance Theatre, Sydney)

Extrema : cello solo by Rosalind Page— 4 Mar 01 (Bangarra Dance Theatre, Sydney)