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Matsuura-Miller Wins 2021 Freedman Classical Fellowship

Congratulations to violinist Kyla Matsuura-Miller who has won the The Music Trust’s 2021 Freedman Classical Fellowship. Kyla and finalists Eliza Shephard (flute), Will Hansen (double bass) and Molly Collier-O’Boyle (viola) competed for the coveted $21,000 prize in a concert final that was filmed in Sydney and Melbourne, and streamed online via the Australian Digital Concert Hall. The 28-year-old Matsuura-Miller is a Tokyo-born,…
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Album Release: Songs of Disappearance/ Bowerbird Collective

Bowerbird Collective’s newest project, Songs of Disappearance is a collaboration with BirdLife Australia and nature recordist David Stewart, the result of which is an album of pure birdsong sung by 53 of some of our most threatened species. The recording celebrates the incredible diversity of the Australian soundscape, and highlights the cost of inaction. Be…
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New Release ‘Schumann Cello’ On Move Records

Cellist Zoe Knighton pianist Amir Farid have a released a new CD, Schumann Cello on the Move label. The 23-track CD features three collection by Clara Schumann and two by Robert Schumann. This is the sixth recording collaboration by Knighton and Farid. Zoe Knighton is a founding member of Flinders Quartet and a passionate pedagogue;…
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Bass Instincts – A New Release From Alicia Crossley on Move

Recorder soloist Alicia Crossley celebrates the virtuosity and versatility of the bass recorder on her new album Bass Instincts released on the Move label. The bass recorder is an exquisite instrument that has evolved from its humble consort roots into a virtuosic solo instrument After the success of her ARIA nominated album Muse, Alicia is…
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Album Review: Bass Instincts/Crossley/Move

Bass Instincts Alicia Crossley Move Records Not a great deal is heard of the bass recorder. It is the hidden family member, the lowest voice in the woodwind recorder consort; the serious, elder statesman, providing the unobtrusive but rock-solid foundation, while the descant recorder grabs the spotlight with its more brilliant and nimble sound. The…

Album Review: Rhythms of Change/Edwardes/Move Records

Album Rhythms of Change is a recent release by Australian percussionist Claire Edwardes on the Move label. Edwardes has made a towering contribution to raising the profile of percussion music in ensemble and in solo. This album was driven by her additional recognition of the need to address the lack of representation of women in…