Sally Greenaway

Award winning Canberra-based composer-pianist Sally Greenaway (b. 1984) works in a multiplicity of styles and genres, from orchestral film and concert works to jazz ensemble, big band, chamber and vocal music.

Hailing from Canberra, her latest album Aubade & Nocturne (2015) was released to critical acclaim on the ABC Classics record label and was long-listed for the Australian Music Prize. The album also earned her a coveted Canberra Critics Circle Award.

Her music has been performed by the Melbourne and Canberra Symphony Orchestras, the Australian Youth Orchestra, Finnish vocal sextet Rajaton, jazz trio Trichotomy, the JazzGroove Mothership Orchestra, new music champion ensembles Syzygy and Plexus, Sweden’s Musikaliska Chamber Choir, and numerous community and school ensembles.

Greenaway is a post-graduate from the Royal College of Music, London, where she received the Lucy Anne Jones award.
She has more than 60 works published, many of which are available through the Australian Music Centre.

Compositions by Sally Greenaway appear on

The 7 Great Inventions of the Modern Industrial Age

This masterful CD explores the astounding surge in human invention during the 20th century ... and its consequences. This is an award-winning dramatic musical work by Sally Greenaway featuring the Syzygy Ensemble.