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Janine Marshman

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28 Nov 2012 AMC now the one-stop shop for Melba, Tall Poppies, MOVE and Wirripang by Janine Marshman

Melba Recordings have recently released two new recordings of Australian music, Benaud Trio, featuring Australian piano trios, and a cycle of poems by Samuel Wagan Watson, with musical responses by Brisbane composers, Smoke Encrypted Whispers. Through a new partnership with Melba, these recordings and the entire Melba catalogue are now available to purchase through the Australian Music Centre.

13 Mar 2012 MONA FOMA 2012: Hobart embraces Australian new music by Janine Marshman

The MONA FOMA (Museum of Old and New Art Festival of Music and Art) festival celebrated its fourth incarnation in Hobart, Tasmania in 2012 as MOFO2012. Bringing together experimental music, improvisation, jazz, contemporary classical through to pop, rock and everything in between, the festival spanned over 10 days and nearly 60 events.

12 Apr 2012 Ken Tribe book launch by Janine Marshman

Gwen Bennett's biography of Ken Tribe, More than music: the life and work of Kenneth W Tribe AC, was officially launched on Monday 19 March, in a special event hosted by Musica Viva and the Australia Council for the Arts.

31 May 2012 Supporting emerging composers in Australia by Janine Marshman

The topic of supporting emerging artists was explored by a panel of leaders in the new music community as part of the Aurora Festival of Living Music in Western Sydney in early May 2012.

26 Jun 2012 New album from Ros Bandt and Leah Barclay by Janine Marshman

Ros Bandt and Leah Barclay have released a new CD of collaborative electroacoustic and radiophonic work, Blue gold, launched on 31 May by the Australian Music Centre’s CEO, John Davis.

30 Sep 2014 Ensemble Offspring & Hatched Academy by Janine Marshman

In 2014, Ensemble Offspring launched the Hatched Academy, in which one emerging performer and one emerging composer were given the opportunity to be mentored by artistic directors Claire Edwardes and Damien Ricketson. The inaugural participants of the program were two artists with a background in jazz: trumpeter Callum G'Froerer and composer-saxophonist Jeremy Rose, who have now been able to experience first-hand what it's like to be immersed in the inner workings Ensemble Offspring.