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Monday 9th April / presented by Michael Terren

Kate Moore is a Dutch-Australian composer creating chamber and orchestral works exploring themes of the environment, archaeology, mythology, and time. She has worked with major ensembles including Bang on a Can All-Stars, Alarm Will Sound, and in 2017 she became the first woman to win the Matthijs Vermeulen Prize, the most prestigious award for music composition in the Netherlands. This year she is artist-in-residence at Gallop House in Dalkeith, and this week has been giving talks, performances, and workshops around Perth. Difficult Listening’s Michael Terren started by asking about her piece “Tarantella,” from her latest album “Herz: Dances of the Heart” recorded by the Stolz Quartet, and music as a form of healing.

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