Melbourne-based composer Stuart Greenbaum is currently Lecturer in Composition at the University of Melbourne where he has recently completed his PhD.
Stuart Greenbaum grew up in Melbourne and from the age of 8 made various attempts at constructing guitars out of plyboard, nails and rubber bands. By the age of just 11 years, he was thoughtless enough to bend the silver keys of his first oboe out of shape and by 15 had taken to writing romantic songs at the keyboard. By the age of 18, he joined (with poet, Ross Baglin) a pop group which disbanded before it had really begun. Stuart and Ross kept writing - including work on the opera Nelson. Stuart is currently Lecturer in Composition at the University of Melbourne where he has recently completed his PhD.
Compositions by Stuart Greenbaum appear on
The debut solo CD of 2006 Australian National Piano Award winning pianist Amir Farid. Features the works of Liszt, Brahms, Prokofiev, Beethoven, Greenbaum, Vine and Maroufi.
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.
Beautiful lullabies and cradle songs by Australian composers from 1890-1999. Featuring soprano Linda Thompson (Australian Opera and VSO Young Artist) and pianist Deviani Segal, this delightful collection features world premiere recordings of Australian lullabies and cradle songs.