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Resonate Feature Articles

In-depth articles discussing issues relating to Australia's new music scene - you can also browse our archive of all feature articles.


A season for Australian opera

A season for Australian opera

Two brand-new Australian operas, and four existing ones, will receive performances Sydney and Adelaide over the next few months.


ISCM World Music Days in Estonia, May 2019

ISCM World Music Days in Estonia, May 2019

The 2019 ISCM World New Music Days took place, last month, in the cities of Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia. AMC's Anni Heino attended the festival and the International Society for Contemporary Music General Assembly as the Australian delegate and reports here about her experience. During the last day of the general assembly, and significantly for our region, the ISCM Executive Committee member Glenda Keam was elected unanimously as the ISCM's next President...


Moya Henderson: G’day Africa

Moya Henderson: G’day Africa

Malcolm Gillies talks with Moya Henderson about her new work, G’day Africa IV, which recently premiered at the Canberra International Music Festival, and looks back on her G’day Africa I-III set, also performed at the same concert.


Christopher Sainsbury: Bark of the ‘bidgee (2019)

Christopher Sainsbury: Bark of the ‘bidgee (2019)

Malcolm Gillies heard Christopher Sainsbury's new work at the Canberra International Music Festival - he talks with Chris about the composition, its premiere, as well as Chris's new Platform Paper NGARRA-BURRIA: New music and the search for an Australian Sound, published by Currency House earlier this month.


Jennifer Fowler: Writing, revising and finally satisfied

Jennifer Fowler: Writing, revising and finally satisfied

Composer Jennifer Fowler, based in London for most of her adult life, has undertaken a remarkable journey that started 80 years ago in Bunbury, Western Australia. A daughter of a musical mother made her way to the University of Western Australia, where, through luck as well as effort and talent, doors began to open for a long career in music.


Insight: Romeo’s Passion - the making of a chamber opera

Insight: Romeo’s Passion - the making of a chamber opera

Cathy Milliken writes about her and Robert Lehmeier's opera Romeo's Passion, developed and premiered last year in South Africa together with Umculo - an organisation, inspired by Venezuela's El sistema, offering musical development opportunities to young people through international partnerships in connection with South Africa´s education structures. The composer's other recent work includes Bright Ring (2019), commissioned by Ensemble Modern and premiered in Frankfurt, London and Hamburg earlier this month. Umculo's Artistic Director, South-African-born Australian Shirley Apthorp, is currently shortlisted for a Classical:NEXT Innovation Award for her work with the organisation.


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