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To send catalogs and other marketing material The physical address you provide by filling out our contact form and requesting a catalog or joining our physical mailing list may be used to send you information and updates on the Press. We hope you find this as enjoyable and thought-provoking as our growing Making Waves team has. As we draw to the end of a busy and bright , we celebrate that this has been our fourth!
We have your holiday listening well and truly sorted. Each valued member brought with them a beautiful breath of fresh air and creative curating ideas. You can find out more about each composer-musician on the Team page here on our website. We owe enormous gratitude to these champions, working together online from across NSW, ACT, VIC, who listen to and file composer-submitted recordings, coordinate social content and playlists on the website, and sound out thoughts and ideas.
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The Art Music Awards celebrated amazing Australian new music and performances. We were particularly excited to witness an emergence of a new generation of musical voices with special mentions to the many Making Waves featured composers who made the finalist and winner lists, including our very own co-founder, Lisa Cheney for Instrumental Work of the Year. Farewelling Richard Gill.
Conductor and music educator Richard Gill passed away peacefully at this home in Sydney on the 28th of October. The industry continues to mourn our loss and celebrate the Richards immense contribution to Australian music and education. We were very proud to dedicate our Orchestral Waves November playlist in his memory.
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An action plan towards gender equality in music at the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address. We were delighted that 9 of our regularly featured composers were recipients of the Art Music Fund. Composers take note, the round of the Art Music Fund closes at 5pm on February 20, If you like what Making Waves are doing, you can show your support by liking, following and leaving comments and feedback at all our social channels and liking, following and leaving feedback at all the social channels of featured composers when you see new or familiar faces pop up in your feed.
We also have a growing line of merchandise and a fresh new tote bag design, showcasing the composers featured throughout No GST charged. In we featured 70 home-grown tracks on Soundcloud totalling 10hrs 35min , and 1 track on YouTube 13 min.
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Whether you pick through your favourites, catch up on the year of composers, performers and works, or have a binge-listen on shuffle, we hope that you enjoy looking back on this year! We encourage you to leave your thoughts, most-enjoyed playlists, listening experiences and listening suggestions for others in the comment section below.
In our final playlist for , Making Waves celebrates the expansive and engaging exploration of the guitar in Australian new music! The guitar, in its various guises and combinations, offers composers a smorgasbord of sounds and techniques. Welcome to our special hour of Australian music for orchestral forces. This month we join the Australian arts community in mourning the passing of Richard Gill.
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Richard leaves behind an immeasurable legacy as conductor and educator. His passion, education and support, directly and indirectly, influenced the careers of countless Australian composers and musicians featured here on Making Waves. We humbly dedicate this playlist in his memory.
Vale Richard Gill The concept for this playlist came from the idea of the human relationships that underpin all creative practices. How we interact with one another is the foundation of live performance and inherent to the process of creating new music. A fundamental part of human relationships and identity stems from our ability to act and think autonomously. The notion of what it means to be an autonomous individual is examined by Rishin Singh and Sophie Van Dijk. Both pieces by these composers explore how individuals react to one another in various situations, how the human and an individual can shape and mould their performance.
These works encourage individual thought and require performers to decide for themselves how they will respond to each score. After mulling over various concepts for a playlist, he landed on a prominent influence in his own music, stillness. In what seems to be a common thread for many composers, stillness appears in many guises.