Current to September, 2016
facies articularis patellae phentermine online extruded teeth Permission to Speak, a major new work in collaboration with theatre maker Tamara Saulwick, and produced by Chamber Made Opera, will premiere at Arts House 23rd-27th November 2016. Poised in the delicate space between concert and theatre, Permission to Speak explores the most universal of relationships – that of parent and child – as it exists and evolves through a lifetime.
In 2017/18 the following works will premiere:
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endometritis buy canadian phentermine eye socket Sound Collectors ‘The History of Cutlery’, February 2017
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Sal Cooper (Animation), ‘Fugue for Shadows’ , ‘Commuter Variations’ – developed and premiered ’17.’18
Kate Neal is an artist with over 20 years experience as a composer, arranger, teacher, artistic director and collaborator. Since 2006 (with the premiere of the scored ballet, Concave City) she has been incorporating extra-musical parameters within the notation of a musical score, such as physical gesture, design, light and choreography. The result is a musical language that extends the existing techniques of the performing musician, and creates a synthesis of experience for audiences where music is to be seen and heard: the performative aspect of the work is as important as the aural. In many cases, these works provide a variety of unprecedented collisions of unlikely visual and musical cues.
In 2015 Neal is the recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship, allowing her to compose six substantial new works over two years. In 2013 Neal returned from the US to take a one-year position as Composer in Residence for the Four Winds Festival. From 2009-2013 Neal was a Graduate Fellow at Princeton University in the USA, and from 2007-2000 she was based in the UK.
Neal received a NUFFIC scholarship from the Dutch Government in 1998 and moved to the Netherlands to study composition with Louis Andriessen at the Koninklijk Conservatory, and Carnatic (South Indian) music studies at the Sweelink Conservatory, Amsterdam. Neal returned to Australia in 2003, establishing her events company Dead Horse Productions.
In August 2005, Neal received a scholarship from the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Italy, and in 2006 she was the recipient of the Hephzibah Tintner Fellowship. Neal has enjoyed working as an orchestrator and arranger for many pop and rock bands as well as feature and independent films, choreographers and dance companies. At the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Neal worked as a sessional composition teacher and also lectured in Music and Image at the Centre for Ideas in 2004-2007.
Recent commissions and performances include Tomatoes (Leunig & The Song Company, 2015); Semaphore (Arts House, 2015); Self Accusation (Vanessa Tomlinson, 2014), Permission to Speak (Chamber Made, 2015/16), What Hath I and II (SO Percussion USA 2011/12), This Moment of Inertia (Crash Ensemble, IRE 2013), Piano and Bells (Yarn Wire USA 2013), Three pieces for Animation (JACK Quartet USA 2011), The No. 5 Song (Room Full of Teeth USA 2013), Particle Zoo II (Large Ensemble AUS/USA 2010), Piano Duo (Viney-Grenberg Duo AUS 2012-13-14).