My song “Moonflower”, which was written in 2011 for the “Concert for Queensland” has recently received it’s UK premiere at a recital given by Michael Lampard for the Ivor Gurney society at the Gloucester Cathedral. Michael, together with UK pianist Christopher Boodle, gave the performance in a program that included works by Ivor Gurney and Ian Venables. A huge thanks to Michael for taking my music with him on this exciting trip to the UK! For more information on Ivor
Lucy Who productions this week presented “Underwhere” in a sell out season at the Adelaide Fringe Festival! Supported by funding from Arts Tasmania, the show featured at the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) – a meeting ground for Australian and International producers and festival makers. The performance features incredibly beautiful surreal visual imagery and an electro-acoustic score composed by Matthew Dewey, consisting of street sounds that merge with recorded and abstract musical samples. ‘Very powerful’ – New Adelaide Theatre Guide
A new dance work by ¿grenzenlos? artistic director William Lane and Matthew Dewey is scheduled for a 2009 premiere in New York City at the HiFi Music Festival. The work, working title ‘Templum’ explores space as defined in ritual by auguries (Earth) and auspices (Sky). Earth and Sky are evoked as spiritual space and united through music / dance / projection. About William Lane Australian violist William Lane is a prize-winning solo artist, chamber musician, improviser, artistic director and collaborator.