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The Summers Night Project

Tuesday 3rd July / presented by Michael Terren

The Summers Night Project is an initiative established to support and mentor emerging composers who identify as women to create a composition for performances in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne, with the aim of growing the gender diversity of composers in music programs Australia-wide. Their first performance takes place July 2 at the Subiaco Arts Centre. Difficult Listening's Michael Terren talked with mentor Rebecca Erin Smith (WA), and emerging composers Rachel Bruerville (SA) and Olivia Davies (WA) about
the value of mentorship, the workshopping process, and their own works.

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