Composer Rosalind Page has created works for theatre, chamber ensembles, orchestra and electronica with performances in Australia, Europe, USA and Japan.
Rosalind's artistic practice includes her M.A. (Theatre and Film Studies) on the cinema of Yasujiro Ozu. Wim Wenders and sound/image relationships in the films of Andrei Tarkovsky. Her compositions engage in the discourse between sound-image-text and integrate concepts arising in the fields of art and science. In 2004, Fracture: a noh play for cello and orchestra, and interpretation of Shakespeare's King Lear and Kurosawa's RAN, received a Highly Commended Award in the prestigious Paul Lowin Orchestral Prize and in 2006, Sonetos del Amor Oscuro won the Paul Lowin Son Cycle Prize.
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Internationally acclaimed Australian pianist, Zubin Kanga releases his first CD with Move Records, Piano Inside Out. It features new innovative solo piano works by Australian composers, commissioned by Kanga and created in close collaboration with him over several years.
The group Halcyon first encountered the music of Rosalind Page in 2002 through their performance of the chamber performance of Apollinairesongs a song cycle inspired by the texts of Guillame Apollinaire.