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Anna McMichael

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

Random Audio Sample: Berlin music : for violin and piano by Brett Dean, from the CD Close your eyes and I'll close mine

Articles by and about Anna McMichael

26 Feb 2014 Lullabies old and new by Anna McMichael

I first began thinking about collecting and playing lullabies for adults in 2011, a year after moving back to Australia after working for many years as a violinist in the Netherlands.  I wanted music that would soothe but also intrigue people since we often struggle for balance in our busy and stressful modern lives...

6 Aug 2015 Australian music at 2015 Tyalgum Festival by Anna McMichael

Tyalgum Festival's co-artistic director Anna McMichael gives a preview of this year's events. The Festival takes place in the NSW village of Tyalgum and is one of this year's finalists for an Art Music Award in the category 'Excellence in Regional Area'.

World premieres given by Anna McMichael

Sub Decorative Sequences I - IV : for sustaining instruments and bass tone by Cat Hope— 28 Jun 19 (Opening Night, Linden Art Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne)

Heather : violin and piano by Kate Moore— 7 Sep 14 (Various venues in Bendigo, Victoria, VIC)

Please shoot my hovercraft (duos: violin, piano) by Cor Fuhler— 5 Sep 14 (Various venues in Bendigo, Victoria, VIC)

Heather : violin and piano by Kate Moore— 2014 (Bendigo Festival of Experimental Music, Bendigo Vic.)

Seasons : for solo violin, string quintet and piano by Elena Kats-Chernin— 12 May 11 (Great Hall, Parliament House, ACT)

Analysis & Media

- Website: If that diamond ring turns brass
Video projections by Isabelle Vigier
This project is companion to the programme called 'Close your eyes and I'll close mine' performed and recorded by Anna McMichael and Tamara-Anna Cislowska. Anna McMichael, curator of the project, asked Isabelle Vigier to create video projections for the project. Isabelle has based her work on the deconstruction of the lyrics in lullabies of various heritages.