Gallop House residency and Perth Tour 2018

by Kate Moore Composer

This residency and tour has been made possible with the kind and generous support of Fonds Podium Kunsten NL, National Trust WA, Bundanon Trust NSW, Feilman Foundation, WAAPA, UWA, TURA New Music

Composer Kate Moore was the recipient of the 2018 Gallop House Residency https://bundanon.com.au/residencies/prelude-composer-residence-program/prelude-2018-winners-announced/

20180408 GALL near neighbours AB (13).JPG Photo: Anne Brake – National Trust WA 2018

Gallop House residency

In 2018 Moore was selected to be composer in residence at Gallop House on the banks of the Swan River in Perth. During her period at the house she wrote an article for Tempo magazine entitled Porcelain and wrote a new work entitled Lucidity – Eyes of Hands for the Dordrecht Bach festival to be premiered on 21 June 2018. Her community involvement included giving lectures at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, University West Australia for both the composition departments and post-graduate research. She gave a radio presentation for the series Difficult Listening on RTRFM with presenter Michael Terren and a listening session of Sacred Environment at Highgate Continental hosted by Josten Myburgh. A substantial constituent of this tour was devoted to her collaboration with percussionist Louise Devenish, with whom she has a close working relationship. Devenish and Moore rehearsed Coral Speak (2016) which Devenish will be touring Australia in May, as well as sketching and workshopping percussion instruments and sampling material for Moore’s upcoming major work for Devenish entitled Bloodwood Series. Devenish performed Coral Speak at the UWA Day of Percussion and continues to perform this piece in major cities including Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane.

Interview with Rosalind Appleby https://rosalindappleby.com/2018/03/26/celebrity-soft-spot-kate-moore/

Interview West-Australian post https://www.pressreader.com/australia/the-west-australian/20180203/282286730710356

Gallop House Residency announced Limelight https://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/news/2018-prelude-composer-residencies-announced/

Bundanon Trust –  winners announced https://bundanon.com.au/residencies/prelude-composer-residence-program/prelude-2018-winners-announced/

5 April – Porcelain – lecture presentation – West Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Hosted by Lindsay Vickery

6 April – Homage to my Boots – Grey Wings – Intercurrent – performance and concert – Gallop House https://www.facebook.com/events/186227938642573/
Hosted by Lindsay Vickery and Josten Myburgh

Gallop House residency

7 April – Sacred Environment – Highgate Continental – Listening Session
Hosted by Josten Myburgh https://www.facebook.com/events/2346988032194152/

8 April – Homage to my Boots – Community day – National Trust – Performance and presentation
Hosted by Anne Brake and National Trust

8 April Radio interview: RTR FM 921 presented by Michael Terren – Difficult Listening

10 April – Porcelain – Post-graduate research seminar – University of west Australia – lecture and presentation http://www.music.uwa.edu.au/research/seminar-series
Hosted by Nicholas Bannen

25 April – workshop – with percussionist Louise Devenish for new work – University of West Australia

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27 April – Porcelain and Sacred Environment – Post-graduate research seminar – West Australia Academy of performing arts
Hosted by Matt Styles

27 April – Improvisation – Tone List – Gallop House performance with Josten Myburgh, Eduardo Cossio and Rhanda Khamis

https://mega.nz/#F!QhMmTIzS!pFWWRhV27PHOoUJTiePdvQ

improvisation with Josten and Eduardo.jpg

28 April – Coral Speak – performed by Louise Devenish – Day of Percussion – University Western Australia – Lecture recital

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Preparation for Louise Devenish Australian tour of Music for percussion and electronics featuring my major work Coral Speak (2016):

http://musictrust.com.au/loudmouth/louise-devenish-music-for-percussion-and-electronics/