Waxing lyrical about Saint Saens dancing in a Tutu for Tchaikovskys amusement
Our amazing singing audience
Zac focusing on spinoff madness.
Dan mastering the contemporary music congas.
Miranda’s concentrate face.
Spinoff! Charles Wuorinen
Anna-Louise singing “Ad Astra” by Sally Whitwell
Anna-Louise Cole and Jennifer Mills performing “ad Astra” by Sally Whitwell
Zoey, Luke and Miranda, bringing in the bass line of “A sort of orbit, (passacaglia)” by Wally Gunn
Jenn Morrish on Vibraphone
Aviva Endean on Clarinets
Laila Engle on flutes
Ben Opie wowing on the oboe.
Phoebe Green on Viola
Luke Paulding on Tuba
Luke Paulding talking about his composition “her sparkling flesh in a saecular ecstasy”
Matthew Horsely on percussion.
Miranda Hill hitting the high notes.
Aviva and Laila
Wild applause for Luke Paulding and ensemble.
Phoebe Green talking about “the arrival” by David Chisholm
Phoebe Green performing “the arrival” by David Chisholm
Phoebe Green and Dan Richardson performing “the arrival” by David Chisholm.
Mutual applause is the best applause!
Anna-Louise Cole performing “Hat weaving fine” by Naima Fine.
“Hat weaving fine” by Naima Fine.
Ben, Laila, Phoebe, Zachary and Anna-Louise
Miranda wishing she could be as cool as Ethel Smyth
Miranda reading from Ethel Smyth’s memoirs. Highly recommended!
Anna-Louise and Ben Owen leading the chorus of “the march of the women”
Jennifer, Miranda, Luke and Zoey providing the bass line!
Ben Owen is very serious about feminism.
Anna-Louise, leading the chorus of women (and supporters of women!)
3 Shades Black
Photos taken by the amazing Ali Hogg.
What a great show! Thanks to all our amazing performers, audience, composers, La Mama, the Early Music Studio, and all the queer pioneers, past and present, who have allowed us to be free to put on ridiculously fabulous shows like this, today.
New photos up from Homophonic and Moving Scores. Easily accessed through our facebook page!
(And soon to be loaded here when I figure out how to size them properly)
3 Shades Black rockin' out on the encore. Photo by Nick Moulton
What a great show! Thanks to the capacity crowd for sweating through the over heated performance with us… Turns out the name “midsumma” festival is not a misnomer.
More pics and reviews to come! Many thanks to the amazing ensemble, fabulous composers and inspiring audience for making it all happen.
Sparkle Disco Basses. Photo by Nick Moulton