Author: kabanyanalogin

TV show Spicks & Specks: my little spotlight on (neuro+)diversity in Art / ‘Classical Music’

Got to chat about a few fav topics on the tv show Spicks & Specks. Watch here: https://iview.abc.net.au/video/LE2002V003S00


May 3, 2021 0

MSO Ears Wide Open: watch Future Music panel talk now on YouTube (including premiere of my new piece)

How do you define Australian Music? I asked this question to a panel of powerhouse music creators and future shapers. Australia’s classical community of composers is diverse, multidimensional, and, above all, thriving. Join me in hearing from: Aaron Wyatt: violist, conductor and programmer Liza Lim: award-winning composer and collaborator Robin Fox: composer and audio-visual artist,…
Read more


April 16, 2021 0

MSO Ears Wide Open talk coming up: Future Music, Feb 13

On Tuesday 13th February I ask the question: How do you define Australian Music? to a panel of powerhouse music creators and future shapers. Join in person/online via link below: www.mso.com.au/whats-on/2021/ears-wide-open-future-music/ Australia’s classical community of composers is diverse, multidimensional, and, above all, thriving. Join me in hearing from violist, conductor and programmer Aaron Wyatt, award-winning…
Read more


April 1, 2021 0

MSO Ears Wide Open talk for WATA now on youtube

If you weren’t able to join us on the night, you can now watch our panel talk on demand via the MSO Live youtube page. Link below: Wata: a Gathering for Manikay Performers, Improvising Soloists and Orchestra is a powerful new collaboration between MSO’s 2021 Composer in Residence, Paul Grabowsky AO, David Yipininy Wilfred, and…
Read more


March 30, 2021 0

Hosting Melbourne Symphony Orchestra talks in 2021: Ears Wide Open

This year I’m working with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and hosting a few talks in their Ears Wide Open series. This first will be on Monday 29th March, with guests collaborating on Wata: a Gathering for Manikay Performers, Improvising Soloists and Orchestra: renowned Wagilak songmen from Arnhem Land, brothers Daniel Ngukurr Boy Wilfred and David…
Read more


February 22, 2021 0

‘Illusions on Self Motion’ : continuing the conversation in 2018

In June this year I presented a continuation of the conversation that Illusions began, this time with one of my musical collaborators – Ben Opie. This iteration was presented at the public programs event: Confronting the Frontier Wars: International Perspectives, one of the public programs within the 2018 Forum of the Representation, Remembrance and the Memorial visual arts research project – more on that below.


July 7, 2018 0