© 2018-20 K. Travers Eira

Composer and Performer
Festival of Bells, St James Old Cathedral, West Melbourne, March 21st 2020

This exciting Festival involves both the Tower Bells and the unusual Mini Ring, as well as a choral ensemble and the Federation handbells. It will feature several composers of the Melbourne Composers' League, including the première of my Triple palindromic bob in doubles for St James.

(dis)locations
La Mama Musica @
La Mama Courthouse
(dir. Gemma Horbury)

(Dis)locations A place of exploration of journey, identity and belonging, for all those who traverse.  

I. Mapping The representation of geographic space as history and metaphor. Maps as texts of perception, movement and change.

II. Migratory games Immigration, exile, loss, integration, displacement, disjunction, exploration, community. An invitation to participate in the journey. 

III. Coastlines The existential status of borders and their implications for many other kinds of boundary. Based on Mandelbrot/Richardson's work on fractals and the insubstantiality of coastlines, we travel inwards towards an ever more microscopic view. 

Bell Curve - presented by Speak Percussion at the Grainger Museum, Thurs Oct 3, 7pm.

A work for twelve spatialised bell players composed by Eugene Ughetti, Artistic Director of Speak Percussion. Twelve independent parts are controlled by networked wireless click tracks to create a complex exchange of rhythmic and spatial structures.

artwork by sarah peckham for Nameless the Land Her Names

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