8 November, 2016
features

Loveliness is a flute concerto

Dear Prudence, won’t you come out to play a new work by Ian Munro inspired by Mozart’s concerti and Australian folk tunes? Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

17 October, 2016
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Gordon Kerry sets sail on a 90th birthday commission

The composer is inspired by the moods of the sea, Tennyson’s Ulysses and poetic images of sailing in his new violin concerto. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

14 September, 2016
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Katia Beaugeais celebrates First Light at Uluru

From saxophone orchestra to wind symphony, Katia’s latest piece showcases woodwind in a new and innovative way. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

11 August, 2016
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When Indian Raga meets the Grateful Dead

Andrew Ford introduces his new electric guitar concerto for Zane Banks and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

3 July, 2016
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Mr Frog’s date with Ms Star

Ross Edwards introduces his new double concerto for saxophonist Amy Dickson and percussionist Colin Currie. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

17 June, 2016
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Of hollow kings and things

James Ledger explains why he’s swapped lute for electric guitar in his exploration of four Shakespearean monarchs. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

15 May, 2016
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The Making of a Musical Journey

Composer Barry Conyngham prepares to launch his emotional stories of rejection and reconnection into a brave new world. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

26 April, 2016
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Darkest before the dawn?

Paul Stanhope explains how the melancholy music of John Dowland became the inspiration for his upbeat new concerto. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

25 February, 2016
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Behind Every Good Banquet There’s A Good Secret

Steve Vizard tells the story behind his new musical collaboration with Paul Grabowsky. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

3 February, 2016
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Lunar landing goes baroque

With Voyage to the Moon, Michael Gow has made something new out of something old along with the late, great Alan Curtis. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

26 November, 2015
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When Naughty Becomes Nice

Sally Whitwell hopes her new musical might throw a spanner into the works of the usual commercial Christmas machine. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.

14 November, 2015
features

World Premiere: Great Minds Sing Alike

Inspirational thinkers like Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, and even Professor Stephen Hawking, get the Twist treatment. Access our paywalled content and archive of magazines, regular news and features for the limited offer of $3 per month. Support independent journalism. Subscribe now or log in to continue reading.