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Rosemary Joy

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Articles by and about Rosemary Joy

27 Nov 2008 Rosemary Joy and the sound world in miniature by Anni Heino

Ensemble Offspring will premiere two new Australian works in their forthcoming concert on 10 December: Michael Smetanin's new piece and Rosemary Joy's Beauty Boxes - a structured improvisation for two percussionists. In this interview, Joy talks about her exquisite, wooden miniature instruments, about the people who play them and the people who get involved by observing and listening.

24 Dec 2008 Ensemble Offspring: To the Max by Benjamin Millar

The cavernous Carriageworks foyer greets audiences with splashes of bold modernity slotted alongside time-capsule echoes of near-forgotten industry. If the 21st century is settling into an aesthetic, it appears to be this – not obliteration of the past through fetishisation of the new, nor a desperate attempt to preserve a past slipping from our grasp as we attempt to clutch it. This compromise between the old and the new, original form and necessary function, mirrors a struggle music presents every time a composer sits to write – the weight of history pushing back, the imperative that drives them to break or break through.

10 Dec 2009 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...