Luke Harrald The Intensity of Light
James Rushford Damp Antiquary
Jon Rose Picnic at Broken Hill
Elena Kats-Chernin Piano Memories
David Harris Station Chains
Cathy Milliken steel-true gold-sole
Cat Hope The Fourth Estate
Gabriella Smart piano
Pianist Gabriella Smart is one of the leading advocates of new music in Australia - through performance, improvisation, collaborative composition, commissioning and curation. She is a recipient of the 2018 Prelude Composer Residency at Beaumont Cottage, South Australia. In September 2018, Gabriella will take up a UNESCO City of Music residency in Katowice, Poland.
Gabriella is a Churchill Fellow, and received a Helpmann Award in 2009. As an improviser she has collaborated and performed with Lisa Gerrard, Brian Ritchie, Alvin Curran, Jon Rose and Cat Hope. Gabriella has performed extensively in Australia and internationally, premiering over forty new works by Australian and international composers in Australia, Europe and China, and collaborating with musicians as diverse as the Australian String Quartet, Brett Dean, Elena Kats Chernin, Erik Griswold, Erkki Veltheim, Eugene Ughetti, Jon Rose, Roland Peelman, Tamara Anna Cislowska, Timothy Young, Vanessa Tomlinson, Australian Dance Theatre, State Theatre of SA and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Gabriella has performed in the Melbourne and Adelaide International Festivals, MONA MOFO, TURA and in Europe and China. She performs numerous live and recorded broadcasts for ABC Classic FM. Gabriella is Artistic Director of Soundstream, established in 1993, making 2018 its 25th year. Soundstream is the University of Adelaide’s New Music Ensemble-in-Residence, receiving an SA Premier’s Award for Best Event in 2009, and in 2013 the APRA/AMCOS Award for Excellence by an Organisation. In 2013 Soundstream was awarded the SA/NT Creative Partnerships SME Award for its partnership with sponsor Winston Music.
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