An animation produced by participants at a workshop at Heritage Quay in June 2016.
The second article in a series on pieces for young players from the 1960s and 70s
“I try to remember that making is fundamentally as natural as breathing.”
We asked three New Voices 2016 about being a female composer in 2017. See what they had to say...
Creative Project Leader Harry Cooper introduces the Collection’s International Women’s Day activities.
"The 1960's and 1970's were a particularly fruitful time for music education..."
"Creative activity here, is the ability to enact a temporary alternative reality..."
"Through our installation we invited visitors to listen to five pieces, while sitting at our musical dining table."
"I see improvisation as instant (usually collaborative) composition....an important form of musical communication..."