The West Australian Piano: Past Present and Future

Adam Pinto (Artist), Stuart James (Composer)

Research output: Non-traditional research outputPerformancepeer-review

Abstract

A 70-minute solo piano recital presented on the Australian made Stuart and Sons piano housed at the John Inverarity Music and Drama Centre at Hale School. The project involved the reinterpretation of three existing works (Roger Smalley’s 'Three Studies in Black and White', Stuart James’s 'Negative Tendencies', and Lydia Gardiner’s '5 Stages of Grief') and the creation and premiere of two new works (Kathy Potter’s 'Respire', and Rebecca Erin-Smith’s 'She Falls In').
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sept 2021
EventThe West Australian Piano: Past, Present & Future - John Inverarity Music and Drama Centre, Perth, Australia
Duration: 21 Sept 202121 Sept 2021

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