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by Harriet Cunningham
Harriet Cunningham reports on the Gender Equity and Diversity in Opera Summit, organised by the AMC, together with the Australia Council for the Arts and APRA AMCOS in early December. The list of participants in this summit included composers, singers, producers, and administrators representing a wide range of expertise and organisations.
by Luke Gilmour
Luke Gilmour writes about the Cranbrook Centenary commissioning project that first culminated in performances in 2018 but that continues to bear fruit - a new education resource about one of the 10 commissioned works, Katia Beaugeais's Latitude 33° South has just been made available by the school.
by Aviva Endean
by Christopher Sainsbury
by Nardi Simpson
Yuwaalaraay writer, musician, composer & educator Nardi Simpson is a participating artist in the 2019 Ngarra-Burria - First Peoples Composers program. You can read about her experiences over the year in this blog article.
by Tim Dargaville and Ken Murray
'An inspiring example of forward-thinking classical music culture in Australia' (CutCommon), the Melbourne-based Ensemble Three has, over seven years, curated a growing collection of new works distinctive for its combination of trumpet (Joel Brennan), trombone (Don Immel) and guitar (Ken Murray), with live and pre-recorded electronics. Three’s guitarist Ken Murray and composer Tim Dargaville met up to talk about their recent collaboration, Transience, which will be premiered by Ensemble Three on Tuesday 10 December at the Melbourne Recital Centre in the concert event 'Wet Ink'.