Enjoy free concerts showcasing the State’s best new music composers.

In conjunction with the Western Australian New Music Archive, WAAPA presents a series of free lunchtime performances in various spaces across the State Library of Western Australia by emerging student composers.This series will present works that span a range of musical disciplines, highlighting the breadth and diversity of new music practice in this State.

Friday 30 October: WAAPA piano students showcase

Friday 13 November: Catherine Ashley - compositions for harp

Friday 11 December: Josten Myburgh - instruments and electronics

In 2011 the State Library of Western Australia received a significant collection of material from the Tura New Music archives, including sound and video recordings, images, and ephemera including posters, publications and scores of new music works. The library has been working to identify and catalogue these items, and this material is being included as the basis for the Western Australian New Music Archive

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Price

  • Free

Where

State Library of WA

Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000

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