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Articles by and about Malcolm Gillies
20 Aug 2015 Elena Kats-Chernin: The Three Dancers by Malcolm Gillies
Picasso's painting provides the inspiration for The Three Dancers, a major new composition by the Australian composer, Elena Kats-Chernin. It was premiered as a concert piece at the Australian Chamber Music Festival, in Townsville, on 8 August 2015. Its premiere as a ballet, but with the same score, is presented by the Rambert Company at the Theatre Royal in Plymouth, England, on 23 September 2015, to a choreography by Didy Veldman, and design by Kimie Nakano. After touring to various regional British centres, it opens at Sadler's Wells in London on 3 November.
The Three Dancers is a typical example of co-commissioning in today's arts world...
17 Nov 2015 Kats-Chernin's 'The Three Dancers' in London by Malcolm Gillies
Malcolm Gillies wrote about Elena Kats-Chernin's The three Dancers in August, after performances in Townsville as part of the Australian Chamber Music Festival. The work, inspired by the 1925 painting by Picasso, is now halfway through a long season as a ballet in the UK.
25 Aug 2016 Paul Stanhope at Townsville - a report from AFCM by Malcolm Gillies
Paul Stanhope was the composer in residence at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music in Townsville this winter. Malcolm Gillies went to the concerts and interviewed him for Resonate in his role as the festival's writer in residence.
28 May 2019 Moya Henderson: G’day Africa by Malcolm Gillies
Malcolm Gillies talks with Moya Henderson about her new work, G’day Africa IV, which recently premiered at the Canberra International Music Festival, and looks back on her G’day Africa I-III set, also performed at the same concert.
28 May 2019 Christopher Sainsbury: Bark of the ‘bidgee (2019) by Malcolm Gillies
Malcolm Gillies heard Christopher Sainsbury's new work at the Canberra International Music Festival - he talks with Chris about the composition, its premiere, as well as Chris's new Platform Paper NGARRA-BURRIA: New music and the search for an Australian Sound, published by Currency House earlier this month.