Exploring the spaces in between contemporary art music, experimental electronic music and EDM, A Missing Moon is a gripping journey through genre and emotion.

Photo Credit: Martin Nyberg

Opening with a brand new work by Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, solo viola is subtly complimented and altered through Lanzilotti's unique ear for sonic adventure and contemplation. This aural introspection fades into a new piece by Connor D'Netto—but the tempo soon increases through thrilling post-minimal virtuosity. An ambient soundscape emerges from Tilman Robinson, at first joined, then questioned by the viola—a dialogue between electronic and analogue that progresses through another brand new work by Ailie Robertson, before the two worlds fully collide in a unique and explosive collaborative work by LÂLKA and Kieran Welch. 

The sound for this event will be produced by Daniel Kassulke
 

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About 2020 UQ Art Museum Series

 
In 2020 the School of Music has continued to collaborate with the UQ Art museum; presenting concerts that feature alumni and staff working in the genres of electro-acoustics, structured improvisation, electronic dance music, and contemporary classical music. The series fosters an ongoing partnership between our two prestigious institutions and supports interdisciplinary projects within the arts at UQ. 

 

Find out more about the 2020 UQ Art Museum Exhibitions

July - November: Conflict in My Outlook: We meet online and Occurrent Affair: proppaNOW

 

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Venue

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Room: 
Livestream Concert

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