Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address
The New Music Network established the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address in 1999 in honour of one of Australia's great international composers. It is an annual forum for ideas relating to the creation and performance of Australian music. In the spirit of the great Australian composer Peggy Glanville-Hicks, an outstanding advocate of Australian music delivers the address each year, challenging the status quo and raising issues of importance in new music.
In the past 10 years, the annual Address has become one of Australiaís most established and respected events for contemporary practice, providing a platform to express important issues and challenges facing contemporary music today. Due to its positive response within the music community it has been opened to the general public to attend. The Address is the single most important national forum for contemporary music public discourse.
If you would like to attend the Address contact the Manager to reserve your place.
Peggy's Hothouse. A fascinating insight into Australia's only dedicated composers' house, which has become a hot-house of musical creativity, celebrating the generous vision of one of Australia's first international composers, Peggy Glanville-Hicks. Narrated and produced by Thomas Fitzgerald for ABC RN Into the Music
Genevieve Lacey presents
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Learning to Listen
Musicians are sound makers. But thatís only half the story: a great musician is also a consummate listener. Being deeply attentive, hearing complexity, and noticing subtlety are not just professional music practices, but tenets for living. Learning to listen has radical potential.
Genevieve Lacey is a recorder virtuoso and serial collaborator. Passionate about creating new possibilities for her instrument, she has commissioned, created, premiered and recorded scores of new works. Genevieve plays music from ten centuries, taking her instruments into deserts, prisons, concert halls, laboratories, recording studios, theatres, classrooms and communities around the world. She has an international career as a soloist and a substantial recording catalogue with ABC Classics. Genevieve created en masse with London filmmaker Marc Silver, and the music for Namatjira, commissioned by Scott Rankin, Big hART and the Namatjira family. Her work has won multiple awards including an ARIA, Helpmann, Australia Council, Freedman and Churchill Fellowships. Genevieve holds academic and performance degrees (including a doctorate) in music and English literature from universities in Melbourne, Switzerland and Denmark. Between 2008-2012 she was the Artistic Director for Four Winds Festival.
Date: 7pm, Monday 25 November 2013
Where: Recital Hall East, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Date: 7.30pm, Wednesday 27 November 2013
Where: BMW Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne
Free Event places are limited! Reserve your seat by email email@example.com
The New Music Network is grateful for the support from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney and the Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne.
You might also be interested in visiting the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Composer's House. The Australian composer, Peggy Glanville-Hicks gave this house to the nation as a residence for Australian and visiting overseas composers.