Fandango and Willinga Lagoon pieces have both been included in the first roll-out of ABC Classic’s ‘Australian Music Map’ – https://www.abc.net.au/classic/read-and-watch/classic-australia/australian-music-map/11681568
Ann-Carr Boyd’s “Beneath the Yellow Moon” was performed on October 5th at St Deny’s Church, Stanford featuring Coral Lancaster (cello) and Wendy Hiscocks (piano).
Some images from this concert are now in the Gallery. Photographs by David Lowe.
“First, to say that the galaxy duets (Look at the Stars) were very popular at the Pianola Museum concert. They really sounded great on the square we used.”
Aug 11: CD release concert (modern piano and square piano)
Gabriele Toia: Variations on a Ground
Ann Carr-Boyd: Look at the Stars (Mars, Spiral galaxy, Saturn, Sombrero galaxy, Pluto) (modern piano – Steinway)
Elena Kats-chernin: Green Leaf Prelude (Steinway)
Diana Blom: Modern tango (Steinway or square)
Aug 14: Symposium
Lecture/Recital: Keeping the Tempo
Hotteterre le Romain: Suite in D (harpsichord)
Debussy: Examples from La Boite a joujoux (harpsichord and piano)
Piazzolla: Fuga y misterio (square pianos)
Teaching a Master-class
Aug 16: Solo recital with Pianola samples of Debussy
Bartok: Selections from For Children (harpsichord)
Debussy: Prelude and Tableaux 1 from La Boite a joujoux (piano and harpsichord)
Kats-Chernin: Green Leaf for Elke (harpsichord)
Blom: Modern Tango (harpsichord)
Aug 18: Contemporary evening – New Frontiers
Blom: Earth Tone (square piano)
Internationally acclaimed Australia composer, Ann Carr-Boyd, is about to reach her 8th decade.
She was born into a family of professional musicians and was the first person to graduate from the University of Sydney’s inaugural Bachelor of Music program.
She studied with Peter Racine Fricker and Alexander Goehr in London during the swinging 60s, before returning home and establishing herself as a composer.
It only took 80 years but she comes on The Music Show for the first time to reflect on her life, career and music.
Researcher: Andrew Ford