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9:30 Celebrating Lilburn

As part of the nationwide celebrations for Lilburn100, the Auckland University School of Music invited NZTrio to present the winning works from their inaugural composition competition for tertiary students. This competition was open to student composers from around the country. A total of 41 scores were submitted to the competition, from which 10 winning works were selected. All works were inspired in some way by the work or life of Douglas Lilburn. (Recorded at University of Auckland Music Theatre by RNZ)

ISAAC SHATFORD: Aeroplanes Over Aotearoa; ZAC JOHNS: Snap; REUBEN JELLEYMAN: Analysis/Synthesis; JOSIAH CARR: still: waiting; MATTHEW EVERINGHAM: A Search for a Language; TREVOR COLEMAN: Lilburn Blue; ALEX VAN DEN BROEK: View from Mt Peel; GLEN DOWNIE: Extrapolation; CAITLIN MORRIS: The Song of Cloudy Bay/Te Koko-o-Kupe; JEREMY MAYALL: Fourteen moments for three


Works for Loudspeakers

Works for Loudspeakers No 11 - Autumn 2017

Works for Loudspeakers No 11 - Autumn 2017 Photo: album cover art

Works For Loudspeakers is a quarterly listening party showcasing emerging and established composers. Every edition is different, and curated to give a platform for non-performative sound-based composition - music that would usually not have a public outlet. The audience is given an opportunity to exercise close listening in a friendly environment.

JEREMY HUNTER: Dividend - Jeremy Hunter (electronics)
EMI POGONI: A Figure Exhales - Emi Pogoni (electronics)
Works for Loudspeakers No. 11 – Autumn 2017



11:05 Relevant Tones: Listening Party

We invite some of our favorite musical friends to bring a new recording into the studio for listening, lively discussion and the joy of new discoveries. For this Listening Party Seth sits down with violinist Doyle Armbrust and composers Kyong Mee Choi, Nomi Epstein, and Jeff Kowalkowski. (WFMT)