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Alexander Turner: Location and Process

Sunday 12th May / presented by Eduardo Cossio

Local musician Alexander Turner discusses ID, an ensemble work he presented at the 13th Totally Huge New Music Festival in Perth and the 2018 International Rostrum of Composers in Budapest. The second part of the interview focuses on his current experimental practice of making works that reflect physical spaces as well as the spontaneity of the performer.

Music excerpts:

ID (for two trumpets, viola, double bass, voice, clarinet, bassoon & percussion, performed by Sylvie Carolin-Unkovich, Dan O’Connor, Jessica Porter-Langson, Djuna Lee, Sage Pbbbt, Eljo Agenbach, Luis Tasso-Santos, Claire Orman, conducted by Josten Myburgh)

Something Lemon (taken from Desire Works,  2018)

Photo by Dan O'Connor

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