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Louise Devenish: music for percussion and electronics


Louise Devenish: music for percussion and electronics

  • Date: Tuesday, 15 May 2018, 7:30pm
  • Venue: The Sewing Room — 317 Murray Street, Perth, WA
  • Series: This event is part of the Tura National Program 2018 series
  • Tickets: Adult: $20 | Concession: $15 (booking fees apply) — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

The delicate and the powerful collide when percussion meets experimental electronics in an immersive collection of solo works performed by Western Australia percussionist Louise Devenish.

The sparkling sound world of glockenspiel and vibraphone and the deep resonance of gongs are extended by electronic processing, samples and sub woofers in a collection of works by Andrián Pertout, Stuart James, Cat Hope and Kate Moore. This collection of sparkling and resonant Australian works for metallic percussion is complemented by interactive visual projection mapping on the instruments by New York based artist Ross Karre.

Louise Devenish’s music for percussion and electronics national tour is presented by Tura as part of the Tura National Program.


ANDRIÁN PERTOUT | Exposiciones (2007)
for glockenspiel and fixed media
STUART JAMES | Kinabuhi | Kamatayon (2015)
for Balinese bossed gongs and electronic processing
CAT HOPE | Tone Being (2016)
for tam-tam and subwoofer
KATE MOORE | Coral Speak (2016)
for vibraphone and stereo tracks

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (08) 9228 3711

Featured Australian Works

Coral speak : suite for vibraphone, coral instruments and stereo tracks (2016) by Kate Moore
— performed by Louise Devenish
Exposiciones : for glockenspiel and tape (2007) by Andrián Pertout
— performed by Louise Devenish
Tone Being : for tam tam and sub tone (2016) by Cat Hope — World premiere
— performed by Louise Devenish
 Kinabuhi | Kamatayon (2015) by Stuart James

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