Lacey and McGuire invite you to a magical musical bower.
Genevieve Lacey and Marshall McGuire's lockdown recording project is about to become a Musica Viva tour, using lighting to create a poetic, enhanced concert.
Ten composers will receive $5000 each from the Fund, which is presented by the APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre's Art Music Fund.
Featured in a recent, semi-animated documentary called Recorder Queen, Genevieve Lacey loves her instrument’s humility, and says that the recorder has transformed her.
We are delighted at the positive response to our new-look publication, and excited to reveal what you will find in the November issue, now at the printer.
John Davis and Genevieve Lacey reflect on the various incarnations of Australian art music's big night out.
An enchanting, semi-animated documentary directed by Sophie Raymond (Mrs Carey’s Concerts) takes us inside the recorder virtuoso’s mind, using visual references from Alice in Wonderland to the Harry Potter Patronus spell.
The classical music category was introduced by the National Live Music Awards this year.
Artistic collaboration and music as a force for change were the themes of Australian art music’s night of nights.
The internationally renowned recorder virtuoso has won the $60,000 Individual Award at the 2018 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards.
The line-up includes the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Moscow's Sretensky Monastery Choir, and Meryl Tankard's Two Feet performed by Natalia Osipova.
Jonathan Holloway's line-up includes 16th-century polyphony, virtual reality crossed with live performance, a dance-opera, and toy plastic pianos.
Genevieve Lacey, Andrew Ford, Lyle Chan and the Grigoryan Brothers are among the successful applicants in its latest grants round.