KATE MOORE

Guest lecture/discussion:
September 23, 2016
11am in Ramo Recital Hall

 

Our first composer lecture of the year comes from Kate Moore, an Australian composer and sound artist currently living in The Netherlands.

Kate Moore The Open Road ℗ 2010 

Kate Moore is an award winning composer of new music. She creates worlds of sound for acoustic and electroacoustic media and writes instrumental music, concert music, sound installations and more. Moore specialises in creating surprising performance scenarios that feature virtuosic instrumentalists and musicians set amidst unusual and alternative performance circumstances.

Cellist Ashley Bathgate performs "Velvet" by Kate Moore

Active on the international scene her works have been performed in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Sydney Opera House and The Concertgebouw and international festivals including The Holland Festival, The Sydney Film Festival, The Made Festival Umea – Sweden, The Bang on a Can Marathon – World Financial Center, ISCM World Music Days – Sydney, The International Gaudeamus Muziekweek, November Music, The Sonic Festival NY, MATA Festival, Carlsbad festival of Music CA, Canberra International Chamber Music Festival. Her works appear on major labels including Cantaloupe, ECM, Tall Poppies, Karnatik Lab and Ensemble Klang.

She has worked with ensembles including Contemporaneous, Wild Up, Slagwerk Den Haag, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, The Amsterdam Cello Octet, The New European Ensemble, Nieuw Ensemble, Alarm Will Sound, The Bang on a Can All-Stars, The Calder Quartet, The Grand Band, Twosense, Duo X88, Ensemble Offspring, Synergy Percussion, Ensemble Klang, Asko|Schoenberg Ensemble, Trio Scordatura, The Song Company, Ensemble Lucilin, Ensemble Syntonia, Orkest De Ereprijs among others.

She holds a doctorate from The Sydney Conservatorium of Music (University of Sydney 2008-2012), a masters from The Royal Conservatorium of The Hague (2002-2004), a Bachelor of Music with honours from The Canberra School of Music/ Australian Centre for Arts and Technology (Australian National University 1998-2001).

Awards and prizes include The William and Mary Greve Foundation – John J. Tommaney Fellowship Tanglewood 2015, The Hague Toptalent 2012, Norton Stevens Fellowship (MacDowell Colony) 2012, De Komeet Culture Prize 2010, Dorris Burnett-Ford Scholarship University of Sydney 2008-2012, The Carlsbad Festival of Music composer prize 2010, Apeldoorn Young Composer Award 2003, Australian National University Medal 2001, ANU Honours Scholarship 2001, Franco-Australian Composition Competition 2000, Howard-Allen Memorial Prize 1998-2001, Artexpress 1997.

More about Kate Moore:
Kate's Website

Interview with Kate Moore from the Rudi Martinus van Dijk Foundation
I Care If You Listen: Five Questions To Kate Moore