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Edwin Carr
Edwin Carr MNZM (10 August 1926 – 27 March 2003) was a composer of classical music from New Zealand.
Composer
... Reviews the New Zealand, New Music concerts held in Dunedin, New Zealand, to highlight works by ... New Zealand composers. Notes compositions by Douglas Lilburn, Jack Brody, Lyell Cresswell, Ross Harris ...
... Discusses the February 2001 reading workshop of New Zealand orchestral music. Explains that the ... workshop was produced by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with SOUNZ, the center for ... New Zealand Music. Talks about the performances at the workshop. ...
... . The following events are highlighted: (1) the New Zealand International Arts Festival in Wellington ... An overview is presented of New Zealand's arts festivals. The country and its festivals are known ... ; (2) the Taranaki Festival of the Arts in New Plymouth; (3) WOMAD; (4) the Christchurch Arts Festival ...
... The November 6, 2000 performance of the new Zealand String Quartet, with Michael Houstoun, is ... reviewed. The concert was held in Christchurch, New Zealand. ...
... Reports on the 2001 New Zealand, New Music festival, held in November 2001, in Scotland ...
... Interviews New Zealand clarinetist Frank Gurr, discussing his experiences in the New Zealand ... and development of the orchestra, experiences with conductors, and touring New Zealand with the ... group. Notes his role in forming the New Zealand Wind Quintet. ...
... Reviews the NBR New Zealand Opera's production of Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Falstaff," conducted by Wyn Davies in 2001, in Auckland, New Zealand. ...
... The association between conductor Franz Paul Decker and New Zealand, or in particular, the New ... Zealand Symphony Orchestra, is examined. Decker, the NSZO's Conductor Laureate, will not be seen on the podium in 200. ...
... William Dart writes about "Sonic Broom: New Zealand Composers Sweep the Floor," a three-day event ... taking place in mid-2000, which was sponsored by the Centre for New Zealand Music and the New ... Zealand Composers' Association. The occasion offered "...three days in which composers could get together ...
... The October 4, 2000 presentation of "Taaua-Spirit of the Land," performed by the New Zealand ... Symphony Orchestra, in Auckland, New Zealand, is reviewed. ...
Helen Bowater
Helen Bowater (b. 16 Nov 1952) is a New Zealand composer. She was born in Wellington into a musical family, and studied piano and violin with Gwyneth Brown. In 1982 she graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in music ...
Author
Music in New Zealand
... Reports on the 2001 New Zealand, New Music festival, held in November 2001, in Scotland ... . Discusses the performances of the New Zealander musicians. Includes photos. ...
Christian Gansch
Conductor
... arts council. Under the New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Bill, the four governing boards and 28 members of ... Creative New Zealand will be replaced by a single governance body comprising 13 members. ... A new government act has been passed to simplify and streamline the structure of New Zealand's ...
... New Zealand has incorporated immigrants into its contemporary performing arts scene, creating a ... -century English colonial heritage. New Zealand is embracing its connection to the Pacific and Asia ... Zealand Ballet, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, and Black Grace Dance Company. ...
... Reviews recordings of contemporary New Zealand music by various performers, orchestras, and ... conductors, including: (1) the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) under Kenneth Young (Trust); (2 ...
... The recording "New Zealand Sonic Art 2000" (University of Waikato Digital Music Studios) is ... reviewed. The release features electroacoustic music performed by various New Zealand composers and ...
... Presents the addresses of two New Zealand composers from the August 2000, "Sonic Broom" conference ... . Explains that each composer was asked to address various aspects of life as a composer in New Zealand. Includes photos. ...