This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about James Nightingale held in our catalogue.
Random Audio Sample: Dreaming transportation : voice portraits of the first women of white settlement at Port Jackson by Andrée Greenwell, from the CD Dreaming transportation
Articles by and about James Nightingale
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.
22 Apr 2014 A brief interview with Brian Howard by James Nightingale
Next week sees the premiere performance of Brian Howard’s Voyage through radiant stars at the opening event of the Aurora Festival in Parramatta. The performance will be of two works interleaved: Voyages 1-8 for solo saxophone and Voyage through radiant stars for ensemble. Brian Howard was interviewed by saxophonist James Nightingale, who is also the saxophone soloist in the concert.
Works commissioned by James Nightingale
Works commissioned and written for James Nightingale
CDs, Books and Kits featuring James Nightingale
Events featuring James Nightingale
30 Jun 2020 : James & Lamorna Nightingale
22 Sep 2018 NSW: Phoebe Green + SPIRAL
World premieres given by James Nightingale
Oracle Chamber (duos: flute, saxophone with pre-recorded sound) by Amanda Cole— 30 Jun 20 (Livestream, Phoenix Central, Sydney NSW)
Arithmós = Analogía = Armonía : for Tenor or Alto Saxophone by Andrián Pertout— 14 Apr 18 (Watters Gallery, Sydney, Australia)
Annika flying close to the Sun : for alto saxophone and piano by Stuart Greenbaum— 6 Nov 16 (Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane)
Doing the Suss & Sassy Sway : for alto saxophone & pianoforte by Nicholas Vines— 19 Jan 15 (Wallace King Room, Sydney Grammar School)
shinjitsu : for chamber choir with solo alto saxophone by Lachlan Skipworth— 17 Sep 11 (The Independent Theatre, Sydney)
Pièce de persistance : duet for alto and baritone saxophones by Stephen Adams— Apr 02 (Currency Press, Sydney)