The ever-colourful Wellington composer chats with Clarissa Dunn about his latest projects; brushing off his form 2 woodwork skills to create New Zealand's only temple block in E; and notating bird calls. We'll also hear the premiere performance of his new orchestral work He iwi tahi tatou, performed by the NZSO last weekend.
FARR: Te Koanga (excerpt)
FARR: Cello Concerto, Chemin des Dames
Sébastien Hurtaud (cello), NZSO/Hamish McKeich
Relevant Tones is proud to partner with The Look + Listen Festival. The Look + Listen Festival is an annual event dedicated to presenting contemporary music in contemporary art galleries like Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Brooklyn’s BRIC House and The Studio Museum in Harlem. The Festival seeks to expand and engage audiences of 20th and 21st century music by providing a unique opportunity to simultaneously experience new music and contemporary visual art. (WFMT)