Johanna Selleck

Johanna currently teaches at Melbourne University and the Victorian College of the Arts. She also works as a music critic for the Herald Sun as well as numerous local and national magazines and journals.

Johanna Selleck completed a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Degree (in Philosophy and Criminology) in 1983, followed by A.Mus.A., T.Mus.A. and L.Mus.A. Diplomas and a Bachelor of Music Degree at Melbourne University (1992), majoring in both Composition and Performance. In 1997 she completed a Masters Degree in Performance and Composition at the Victorian College of the Arts. She is currently completing a Ph.D. in Composition at Melbourne University, for which she is also writing a thesis on "Music Criticism in Australia, 1880-1914: A Cultural Context".

Johanna currently teaches at Melbourne University and the Victorian College of the Arts. She also works as a music critic for the Herald Sun as well as numerous local and national magazines and journals.

Johanna Selleck is featured on the following titles

Becoming

Becoming is by composer Johanna Selleck and performed by Merlyn Quaife (soprano), Dean Sky-Lucas (countertenor), Jerzy Kozlowski (bass), Adam Simmons (shakuhachi), Lynette Rayner (violin), Zachary Johnston (violin), Barbara Hornung (viola), and Caerwen Martin (cello).

Performer: Conductor
Composer

Compositions by Johanna Selleck also appear on

Flute Perspectives 3

The third release in this series from Derek Jones, Flute Perspectives 3 continues to convey the synergy of the fascinating and varied Australian classical flute repertoire, with new works Jones has commissioned, some of them being recorded for the for the first time on this album.

Composer

Giants In The Land

Recorded in Melba Hall, this world premiere recording finds Melbourne pianist Ian Holtham performing a brilliant cross-section of Australian contemporary piano works, including those by Brenton Broadstock, Linda Kouvaras, Stephen Ingham, Stuart Greenbaum, Johanna Selleck and Christine McCombe.

Composer

Fable

The breadth of this remarkable collection of solo harp music encompasses sixty-six years of original Australian composition, performed by Jacinta Dennett, featuring Australian women composers and showcasing the harp’s unique sonic and expressive qualities as a solo instrument.

Composer

Johanna Selleck also appears on

Elegy: Reflections on the music of Peter Tahourdin

This CD will be launched on 11 March 2017. It is a companion to the Australian composer's other Move CD "Exposé". It showcases solo pieces for cello and flute, electronic scores, and small ensemble pieces.

Performer: Flute

Chronicle: Orchestral Music Of Tony Gould

The definition of the word "chronicle" — put briefly "a record of events" — aptly fits the content of this recording. Chronicle forms an inspiring record of musical events in the life of Tony Gould, one of Australia's most creative musicians and composers.

Performer: Piccolo