Tirohia te kohinga
Written in 2010 this is my first large-scale orchestral work.
Each of the four movements is based on the idea of one of the four classical elements - Fire...
Glowing Radioactive Elements started life as a semi-improvised piece with four movements. Radium is an element which glows pale blue, Plutonium glows deep ...
Recorded by Radio NZ Concert. Licensed for use through Resound, an initiative of Radio NZ Concert and SOUNZ, funded by NZ On Air.
This work combines electroacoustic, live performance, and video projection.
A "work for eyes and ears".
From the album Atomic Legacies.
Steve Barry | piano
Judy Bailey | piano
Recorded live in a one-set entirely improvised concert at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in Aug...
Eyepiece is an interactive electronic instrument that is designed to record 'eye-signatures'. The device works by tracking the unique eye movements of indivi...
an interdisciplinary performance
Performance installation/mixed media work for the CSA Gallery in Christchurch in association with Colleen Anstey.
Lay in a riverbed
Hidden from view
I saw it
It was there
A rainbow sun
Performed by Vilma Vitols (mezzo soprano), Ya-wen Wang (piano) and Susan Macpherson (dancer)
Highlights from "Flotsam & Jetsam" by Juliet Palmer, performed by Vilma Vitols (mezzo soprano), Ya-wen Wang (piano) and Susan Macpherson (dancer)
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