Playlist 4: Visual Waves

As many of you might already know, Peggy Polias & I are thrilled to be running a project called Making Waves. On the last day of each month Making Waves releases a specially curated playlist of new music by Australian composers. Our playlists seek to represent the current musical landscape and to highlight the potential and promise of our ever expanding and exciting musical future. Today we’re energised to release our fourth playlist ‘Visual Waves’ featuring eight amazing compositions hosted on youtube. We’re humbled to feature works by Chris Perren (Nonsemble), Lisa Young (The Australian Voices), Kate Neal (Mobius Percussion), Thomas Green (Barega Saxophone Quartet), Jenna Cave (Divergence Jazz Orchestra), Katy Abbott (Voyces), Mark Wolf (soundSCAPE festival.org) and Robert Davidson (TAV). These are truly captivating works and it’s incredibily refreshing to be able to ‘watch’ as well as to listen to magic taking place. A feast for more than just one of your senses! I hope you can take 10 minutes out of your day this month to explore one new work or an hour for the whole playlist. You won’t be sorry.

MAKING WAVES

This month we’re thrilled to present you with our very first audiovisual playlist hosted on YouTube. Featuring a prestigious lineup of Australian composers, all compositions are supported by live performance or studio recording footage. We are also treated to works incorporating choreographed visual elements, including some intriguing multimedia work. Mixing it up this month, we are pleased to feature artists of various ages/stages, bringing in the music of some of our revered mentors and role models. Enjoy this specially gathered concert of new music in the comfort of your own home!

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