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This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Collusion held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Sonata for violin and piano : violin with piano by Nigel Sabin, from the CD I read the old dream slowly

Articles by and about Collusion

17 Apr 2012 Collusion: 10 years in 2012 by Benjamin Greaves

In 2012 it’s been 10 years since Dr Danielle Bentley (cellist and director of the Restrung Festival) and I (Benjamin Greaves) founded Collusion. Today, with pianist Brieley Cutting and clarinettist-saxophonist Diana Tolmie, Collusion is a powerhouse of experienced and educated chamber musicians with virtuosic technical skills and expansive repertoire...

30 Jan 2019 Chamber ballet to China - Collusion on the road by Gareth Belling

Collusion's choreographer and co-producer Gareth Belling writes about taking two new Australian chamber ballets to China. Turbine, with Thomas Green's music, can be seen again on home soil on 22 February

Works commissioned by Collusion

Brisbane songs by Robert Davidson

Works commissioned and written for Collusion

Le Tombeau de Monk by Joseph Twist

World premieres given by Collusion

Amity Point Sunset : chamber ensemble by Paul Kopetz— 6 Aug 15 (Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane)

Moorgumpin (Moreton) Sunrise : chamber ensemble by Paul Kopetz— 6 Aug 15 (Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Brisbane)

The tragic tale of Leopold Ladybug (quartets: clarinet, piano, violin, cello) by Paul Kopetz— 21 May 10 (Brisbane)

Yakini (sextets: keyboard, woodwind) by Paul Kopetz— 26 Feb 10 (Brisbane)

Brisbane songs : ensemble version by Robert Davidson— 4 Sep 08 (Visy Theatre Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane)

Le Tombeau de Monk (quartets: clarinet, piano, violin, cello) by Joseph Twist— Aug 06 (Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Ian Hanger Recital Hall.)