An exciting week of events centred around the presentation, development, and discussion of contemporary art music. Follow the links for more information and tickets for each event.
Some ticketed things, some free things!
The final week of residency for Australian composer Naima Fine leading up to a performance at the festival 13-19 Jan 2019, Testing Grounds
Opening panel discussion event 6-8PM Sun 13 Jan 2019, SITEWORKS, Brunswick
TILDE NEW MUSIC ACADEMY
An intensive week of study of new and experimental music 14-18 Jan 2019, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University
Showcasing participants and faculty of the 2019 Tilde New Music Academy
7pm Wednesday 16th Jan – The Target Has Disappeared – Natasha Anderson and Lizzy Welsh
7pm Thursday 17th Jan – Ruins to Quatrains – Academy faculty performing solo and ensemble works by faculty and participants
7 pm Friday 18th Jan – Kollektiv international Totem + Academy participants
TILDE PLAY CHILDREN’S WORKSHOPS
Tilde Play kids’ workshops are a fun and creative way to learn about sound. They will learn about experimental music and make their own sound compositions.
These workshops will get kids listening actively and exploring new sound worlds. Experimental music’s focus on collaboration, creativity and playfulness provide a fantastic method of music education for children, and these workshops introduce modern music philosophies that are often left out of primary and secondary music education. When all sounds are available for play, children can participate in meaningful musical experiences without having first mastered instrumental skills.
TILDE NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL
A spectacular day of performances and installations 11am-10pm Sat 19th Jan, Testing Grounds