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Free lunchtime concerts

Brigid Burke

The UTAS Conservatorium of Music is holding a series of lunchtime PhD recitals. All concerts are free and all are welcome to come along.

Friday 16 September
Brigid Burke
6pm, Conservatorium Recital Hall
Tickets: FREE ENTRY

Brigid is an Australian composer, performance artist, clarinet soloist, visual artist, film maker and educator. Brigid's main focus is integrating musical ideas with a combination of different media. Each component of media is a tool in the exploration of her artistic process: sound (acoustic, laptop, clarinets and electronics), composition, improvisation, installation, collaboration (with dancers, acoustic performers and other new media performers), print making, pen and ink drawings, painting and animation (digital).

Saturday 24 September
Bradley Voltz (midi piano accordion)
Adam Manning (digital percussion)
6pm, Conservatorium Recital Hall
Tickets: FREE ENTRY

Bradley has performed as a freelance pianist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, Queensland Youth Choir and for various Queensland Performing Arts Centre productions. Bradley has worked as Musical Director for Kamahl, Rolf Harris and John Rowles, and has backed artists including Glen Shorrock, Grace Knight, Normie Rowe, Julie Anthony, Marina Pryor, Doug Parkinson and Jade Hurley.

Adam has backed artists such as Ronda Burchmore and Peter Cousens and recorded with Rock Legend Harry Vander (Producer of AC/DC).  Currently he is pursing Doctoral studies at the UTAS Conservatorium of Music in Digital percussion.  This innovative project focuses on the development of new performance techniques and applications for digital percussion instruments. 


Wednesday 12 October
Nick Haywood, contemporary bass
1:10pm, Conservatorium Recital Hall
Tickets: FREE ENTRY

Over the past 20 years Nick Haywood has become one of the most in demand bassists and educators on the Australian music scene. He has impressive performance and recording credits with both Australian and international artists. Nick’s PHD research involves concert performances and CD recordings with his quartet featuring pianist Colin Hopkins, guitarist Stephen Magnusson and drummer Allan Browne.

Friday 21 October
Robert Stonestreet (French horn)
6pm, Conservatorium Recital Hall
Tickets: FREE ENTRY

Program:
Kerry Turner Concerto for Low Horn in F and Chamber Orchestra
Daniel Schnyder Sonata for Horn and Piano
Web: www.utas.edu.au/music  

Photo: Brigid Burke

Published on: 15 Sep 2011 4:08pm