Anthony Moles : Associate Artist
Random Audio Sample: Bagatelle (solo piano) by Anthony Moles, from the CD Works by Erik Griswold, Diana Blom, Mark Isaacs, Anthony Moles, Ros Bandt [and] Judy Bailey
Photo: Michael Kennedy
Artist website: https://www.anthonymoles.com/
The music of composer Anthony Moles has been described as being both 'full of mechanistic drive and flair' (Move Records), 'electrifying and lively' (Sydney Arts Guide) yet 'containing moments of lapidary stillness at its centre' (The Music Trust). The Sydney Morning Herald called his piano piece Diabolic Machines 'a virtuosic showstopper'.
In addition to Anthony's music being performed by some of
Australia's leading soloists, his music has been performed by
groups including the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney
Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Conservatorium
Chamber Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Fellow and the Song
Performances of his work in 2022 include The Tower by the Syzygy Ensemble and Mantoux by Halycon. 2023 will see Daniel Johnson premiere his 25-minute piano cycle, The Tree of Life.
Anthony is a recipient of the Dorothy N. Glover Memorial Trust Scholarship.
Anthony Moles — current to September 2022
|The Tower (quintets: flute, bass clarinet, piano, violin, cello) (2022)||Commissioned by Syzygy Ensemble, The Echo Commission, Rosalind Page.|
|Mantoux (mezzo-soprano with cello) (2020)||Commissioned by Halcyon.|
|Little Requiem in the form of 3 Antique Dances : for piano or toy piano (2020)||Commissioned by Tura New Music.|
|Leo : for solo piano (2016)||Commissioned by the Dorothy N. Glover Memorial Trust.|
|Trigger : for drum kit and amplified piano (2011)||For Vanessa Tomlinson.|
|Diabolic Machines : for solo piano (2010)||Commissioned by Zubin Kanga.|