Articles by sound artists, composers, performers and teachers discussing contemporary practice - you can also browse our archive of all blog articles
by David Hush
David Hush introduces his new release, a digital album Harmony, a result of collaboration with the Iranian-born Australian tar and oud player Hamed Sadeghi. You can listen to samples and purchase the album on Bandcamp
by Australian Music Centre
Visit the AMC online shop to find sheet music, digital sheet music, CD recordings, books, education kits and other products by and about our represented artists. We stock products by a variety of labels, including Move Records, Boosey & Hawkes, ABC Classics, Tall Poppies, Rufus Records and plenty more.
by Cameron Lam
Cameron Lam, who has recently returned from the Classical:NEXT industry event in Europe (read his report), used some of his first jetlagged hours back on the home soil to explain his latest work The Art of Disappearing - the album is out, and the world premiere of the new work takes place on 1 June in Annandale, Sydney.
by Zela Margossian
2019 Australian Jazzahead Fellow, Zela Margossian, writes about her experience at Jazzahead industry event in Bremen.
by Debra Herman
Move Records has been producing recordings by Australian artists, often of Australian work, since the late 1960s. Debra Herman covers some of the label's colourful history in this article. The impressive Move catalogue is available via the AMC Shop - please follow links in the article for details.
by Ade Vincent
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's Young Composer in Residence, Ade Vincent, writes about the process behind a collaborative work Forever Singing Winter into Spring. The work will be premiered as part of the 2019 Metropolis New Music Festival on 4 May, along with another new work by Mark Holdsworth.