Here’s a review of Homophonic by Amy Bastow, presenter of “kiss my arts” on Joy 94.9fm.
Also! Click through to hear the podcasts of “Kiss my Arts” on the air. Show six is the review, (segment starts around 3:20) and show three features an interview with 3 Shades Black director Miranda Hill.
Thanks Amy! We can’t wait to work with you again!
A nice review of our show in the Melbourne Fringe Festival last year!
The lovely team over at Sometimesmelbourne.blogspot.com are doing features on upcoming shows in the Fringe Festival.
“Musician Miranda Hill creates art with classical musicians who don’t fit in and film makers. She says that Moving Scores is for anyone who is curious about experimental music and wants to make new art accessible, transparent and fun to a new audience. As she’s addicted to Dr Who, would love to be at the first performance of The Rites of Spring and to have John Cage see her work, I’m convinced that it’s a show worth seeing.”
Full interview is here:
Thanks for the interview! We’re really heading into heady Fringe time now… Festival starts tonight!
Our first official groupie.
Nick brings his love for 3 Shades Black to the suburban workforce. Represent!