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Natural Phenomena: New Sounds by Australian Women


Natural Phenomena: New Sounds by Australian Women

  • Date: Wednesday, 17 August 2022, 7:30pm
  • Venue: Ian Hangar Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium — 140 Grey St, South Brisbane, QLD
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

QCGU alumni Hannah Reardon-Smith, Jodie Rottle, and currently faculty Rebecca Lloyd-Jones present a performance of recently composed works for flutes, objects, and percussion by diverse Australian women. The program includes works that explore aspects of our natural environment by leading Asian-Australian composer Liza Lim (Bioluminescence, 2019), Yuin Aboriginal composer Brenda Gifford (Mungala: Clouds, 2018), and young Asian-Australian composer Kezia Yap (space two, 2020; written in collaboration with Hannah Reardon-Smith), along with two world premieres—new works by Lebanese-Australian performer-composer Jodie Rottle and Sydney-based composer-performer Elizabeth Jigalin.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to hannahreardonsmith@gmail.com

Featured Australian Works

Digital sheet music sample bioluminescence : for solo flute (2019) by Liza Lim
Digital sheet music sample Mungala (Clouds) : for alto flute and percussion (2018) by Brenda Gifford
Digital sheet music sample Quiet Canteen : for objects with live projection (2022) by Elizabeth Jigalin and Jodie Rottle — World premiere
— performed by Jodie Rottle
 a blueprint in shades of green by Jodie Rottle — World premiere
 space two by Kezia Yap & Hannah Reardon-Smith — World premiere

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