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Homelands – SOIT

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  I created a short movie with company SOIT (Belgium) whilst they were in Sydney, around the Sutherland Shire. I filmed this and edited, and wrote the music along with Sam James and Hans Van Den Broeck. http://www.soit.info/ A utopian community fell apart. They had all abandoned their former lives. Now, whilst many of the … Read more…


Messiah Run! – SOIT

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  I worked in Belgium in 2011 to compose the score for this show MESSIAH
 RUN! Premiere
January
26th,
2012,
Arts
Centre
Vooruit,
Ghent
(B) MESSIAH
 RUN!
 is
 Hans
 Van
 den
 Broeck’s
 fourth
 major
 production
 since
 he
 founded
 SOIT
 (Stay
 Only
 If Temporary), 
after
 having 
worked 
for 
12
 years 
at 
Les 
Ballets 
C 
de 
la 
B. 
For 
MESSIAH
 RUN!
 Hans 
Van 
den 
Broeck … Read more…


Who’s the best? – POST

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I wrote the music for the POST show “Who’s the Best?” which premiered at Sydney theatre Company in June 2011 WHO’S THE BEST? Hi, thanks for coming. Now tell us, which one of us was your favourite? No really, let’s take a vote. A contest of identity with no end point, no rules and no … Read more…


We was them – SOIT

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I wrote music for this show in Brussels – WE WAS THEM – Directed By Hans Van den Broeck. In this performance five dancers explore the Stockholm Syndrome, the psychological phenomenon in which a hostage comes to sympathise with the kidnapper. In total isolation, cut off from the outside world, they look feverishly for new … Read more…


Hole in the Wall

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Matthew Prest & Clare Britton – HOLE IN THE WALL I wrote music for this performance work, which premiered at Campbelltown Arts Centre, and later on was performed at the Arts House (Meat Market) in Melbourne, as part of the NextWave Program, and then at Performance Space, Carriageworks – in Sydney   We also produced … Read more…


‘The Memory Progressive’ – Phantom Limbs

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Phantom Limbs is a young and emerging dance company which was founded in early 2008 as the result of the extremely successful partnership of dancers James Welsby and Amy Macpherson. I will be writing music for their show in 2010, titled ‘The Memory Progressive’ http://phantomlimbsdance.blogspot.com/


Thousands – Matthew Day

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I wrote the live score to Matthew Day’s work Thousands, which is part of a Trilogy “IT’S LIKE DISCO BUTOH IN A GOLD WASH. THAT’S ABOUT THE BEST I CAN DESCRIBE IT.” John Bailey Presenting a series of quiet moments and details in an exquisitely poised and controlled performance by Matthew Day, Thousands simultaneously suggests … Read more…