There are 67 new pieces of Australian music in the world and you can hear them all in a festival at ANAM.
My most ambitious collaboration yet with visual artist Sal Cooper is an aural and visual excursion into the musical fugue.
Have COVID delays led to a more in-depth exploration of original ideas by contemporary music makers?
A series of up-close videos is an unexpected positive to emerge from the COVID crisis.
Belonging to a specific culture or genre can be great, but you can end up being stymied, without realising.
A community-driven work responding to the Barossa’s unusual history, and its hidden musical treasures, leads to Ntaria in Central Australia and Brandenburg in East Germany.
Many people are intimidated by new music because of a lifetime of sonic conditioning – a challenge Ensemble Offspring takes in its stride
A new opera about the Princes in the Tower concludes they were murdered – but not by Richard III.
Writing a psychedelic violin concerto using sampling and looping proved a trippy trek for Gordon Hamilton.
Don’t be scared; when musicians say there are no limits and embrace the adventure, they will feel free, says Keyna Wilkins.
The outpourings of over 200 women formed the basis of a song cycle or musical ‘blog’.
Creating a symphonic song cycle from Behrouz Boochani’s No Friend but the Mountains.
The precious time and space, unknown pathways and new connections can lead to magic, says Aviva Endean.