This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Sonya Lifschitz held in our catalogue.
Random Audio Sample: She dances by the river, op. 103 : for violin, viola, cello and piano by Andrew Schultz, from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 133.
Articles by and about Sonya Lifschitz
24 Sep 2012 Piano Between Fingers and Electronic Transformation by Sonya Lifschitz
As a classical musician brought up in the elite performance tradition of Western art music, I cannot help but reflect deeply on the issues of art music’s sustainability and its relevance to contemporary culture. The precarious position in which art music finds itself today seems to stem from the inherently separatist model in which much of this art form is practiced. The segregation between the roles of the composer and the performer, as well as the performer and the audience, has effectively created a schism between the processes of creation, transmission and reception of music....
22 May 2019 Australians shine at Classical:NEXT 2019 in Rotterdam by Cameron Lam
Classical:NEXT descends upon De Doelen in Rotterdam once a year, bringing with it hundreds of performers, composers, arts administrators, and companies from all over the world. This year that number included 24 Australians, between them presenting three showcases, a project pitch, and percussionist/artistic director Claire Edwardes chairing a panel on gender equity - in addition to the multitude of meetings, networking events and mentoring sessions
Works commissioned by Sonya Lifschitz
Works commissioned and written for Sonya Lifschitz
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Sonya Lifschitz
Events featuring Sonya Lifschitz
28 Mar 2021 NSW: Now You Hear Her: Clothing Music
10 Oct 2020 NSW: Stalin's Piano at Windsong Pavilion
World premieres given by Sonya Lifschitz
She dances by the river, op. 103 : for violin, viola, cello and piano by Andrew Schultz— 7 May 21 (Fitters' Workshop, ACT)
Stalin's Piano : Voice portraits of artists and politicians by Robert Davidson— 30 Apr 17 (James O Fairfax Theatre, ACT)
Analysis & Media
- Video: Song for a comb