Published works

The Australian Music Centre


Representation/ Professional

Performing Rights – APRA

Mechanical Rights and Licensing

International affiliated organisations

Tax Guide for Musicians (Australian)


2013 The Point of Origin – Doctoral Thesis – University of Sydney

2015 Canberra International Festival Program


“I understand it, the music brings to mind for me a great landscape, huge rolling steppes to infinity, to an infinity of sadness and trouble.” Classical Nowhere…/stories-for-ocean…/

“The haunting, primordial arc of Ms. Bathgate’s cello line soared above the thick layers of eerie electronic sound..”
New York Times

Crossing the musical great divide Tanglewood and Bang on a Can – Boston Globe:

Canberra International Music Festival

“Much of the sonic chemistry of this music is evocative of endless landscapes, and one can almost visually conjure their spans and temporalities.”

“It channels the inner fire of things that must someday turn to ash”

“Captivating, without resorting to drama, Moore’s piece is utterly devoid of 20th century clichés.” Canberra International Music Festival – Velvet

“it crests in a giant tsunami of sound”

2014 The Art of Levitation – New York Times – review

“an aural feast, its opening theme blossoming into a gorgeous tapestry of sounds, rising and falling, expanding and contracting.”
2013 Sensitive Spot – The Grand Band – MLive – review

“a fascinating exercise in micro- and macro- rhythm, its small sections animated by repeated pulsations moving in and out of phase. These chunks of varying intensity threw attention onto a larger scale rhythm.”
2012 Ridgeway Sydney Morning Herald – review

“Ridgeway is a memorable 12-minute epic that reveals but does not bow down to its inheritance.” Realtime,lullabies-old-and-new.aspx

“her intent seems to be to create a dream, an alternative reality”
2010 Violins and Skeletons UT San Diego – review

“from the haze she creates, graceful, ambling melodies emerge and evaporate, and those give the music its allure.”
New York Times

“This was not complexity for its own sake, but a well designed musical tapestry in which the sum was greater than the total of its parts.”


February 2016 Leine Roebana/ Stolz Quartet – Seele/ Herz

May 2015 Radio National – Australia – interview with Andrew Ford

VPRO Magazine – interview with Mark van der Voort

Interview – Rudi Martinus van Dijk Foundation

2014 The Art of Levitation – interview

2014 Mobile and SculptureAn Evening of Today with Nieuw Ensemble

2012 Radio National Interview with Andrew Ford

2012 Kate Moore Artist in Residence Theater Dakota

2012 Handmade Homegrown DTS Concert Series

2010 Den Haag – Cultuur in de stad

2010 5 Questions – I Care if You Listen

2009 Article: Resonate Magazine – Laughing Waters Artist-in-residence

2008 Article: Tour to China – ICWM

2006 Eclipsed Vision – living sound sculpture