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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Listen to Me
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'‘Listen to Me’ is a collection of songs, words and music made in response to the current debate in Australia about gendered violence. It contains factual quotes, personal stories and originally commissioned lyrics by Donna Abela, Eunice Andrada, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Alison Croggon, Candy Royalle and Ania Walwicz, with Hilary Bell as the project dramaturg.' (Production summary)

Notes

  • Artistic Director, Composer – Andrée Greenwell 
    Writers - Donna Abela, Eunice Andrada, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Alison Croggon, Candy Royalle and Ania Walwicz 
    Dramaturg - Hilary Bell 
    Quotes: Annabel Crabb, Rosie Batty, Clementine Ford, Emma Husar (MP) and Professor Catharine Lumby 
    Artwork: Katerina Stratos 

    Engineer, mixes and mastering – David Trumpmanis 
    Engineer, track 5 ‘Doctor Proctor ‘– David Chesworth 
    Assistant Engineers – Tim McArtney and Tim Watts  
    VOCALISTS
    Ali Cobby Eckermann, Andrée Greenwell, Melanie Horsnell, Ania Walwicz, Tegan Nicholls, Louse Nutting, Jessica O’Donohue, Candy Royalle, Elana Stone and Bridie Tanner.
    MUSICIANS
    Alana Blackburn (recorders), Holly Conner (drumkit), Jessica Dunn (double bass), Rose Foster (trombone), Louise Horwood (flugelhorn/trumpet), Jessica Ling (tuba), Tristan Routh (guitar), Andrée Greenwell and Novak Manojlovic (piano), Tonestar Leru (noise guitar) and Ruth Wells (saxophone


    This project is made possible through the generous support of the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian government’s arts funding and advisory body; Musica Viva Countrywide; and Four Winds, Bermagui. A Green Room Music production. 
     

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      Link: 16638842Access online Sighted: 27/05/2019
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      • Trigger warning - descriptions of gendered violence
        Released July 16, 2018 

Works about this Work

In a Notoriously Sexist Art Form, Australian Women Composers Are Making Their Voices Heard Karen Cummings , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 22 May 2019;

'Classical music has traditionally not been a welcoming environment for women composers. Opera Australia’s 2019 season, for instance, features just one work by a female composer, Elena Kats-Chernin.'

In a Notoriously Sexist Art Form, Australian Women Composers Are Making Their Voices Heard Karen Cummings , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 22 May 2019;

'Classical music has traditionally not been a welcoming environment for women composers. Opera Australia’s 2019 season, for instance, features just one work by a female composer, Elena Kats-Chernin.'

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