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Josten Myburgh

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Articles by and about Josten Myburgh

31 Jul 2017 Tura New Music at 30 by Josten Myburgh

Tura New Music is a Western Australian institution that has, over its 30-year-history, literally transformed the soundscape in the West, by promoting the new, the odd and the experimental, and by bringing in national and international acts and events of the highest calibre. In this article, Josten Myburgh, curator of Tura's iMprov and Church Series, gives a little snapshot of some current, exciting developments - for more information about Tura's programs and the history of the organisation, please see the website.

19 Feb 2019 Sounding Together & Audible Edge: exploring sound and friendship in WA by Josten Myburgh

'Amidst all of this I have a sense that something truly fascinating is growing here. As well as a playfulness which strengthens friendships and livens spirits, there is an increasing curiosity with what it means to make music in this place - Noongar boodja, a place to which our majority non-Indigenous scene has only a fragmented connection to, an isolated capital city, a place artists love to leave', writes Josten Myburgh, reporting from the recent Audible Edge exploratory music festival and the Sounding Together mentorship and residency project - both programs by the Perth-based Tone List

21 Apr 2022 Josten Myburgh: Amplfying Experimentation Through Audible Edge by Australian Music Centre

We speak to Josten Myburgh - curator of Tone List's Audible Edge Festival in WA - about building a community through music, challenging the term "new music".