CeReNeM Journal Issue 2

A little late off the plate, but the second issue of the CeReNeM Journal, which I edited, is available online here.

In the issue are a number of interesting reflections, analyses and post-mortems of people’s experiences of summer academies, master-classes and symposia. Submissions for the first part were largely dictated by the participants in the symposium to which it is devoted, while the second part comprises submissions from some of my more nefarious colleagues.

Please also note that the call for submissions for the third issue (to be edited by Richard Glover) is up now. The issue focusses on time and temporality (which is, of course, a matter very close to my heart). It looks awesome. I’m really excited about the Journal’s move to a fully peer-reviewed format, and the more rigorous focus that this will entail.



It’s not my custom to indulge in shameless self promotion here, but I was rather touched by Gordon Kerry’s lovely article about my work in issue 3 of Salt Magazine. Gordon’s is one of startlingly few voices writing intelligently, articulately and meaningfully about notated music in Australia, and I’m genuinely honoured at his generosity towards my work in this piece.

The article can be read here, and is accompanied by audio of my Piano trio performed by the awesome Freshwater Trio in Melba Hall on the 11 November 2008.

[EDIT] Just for you, Scott, the score can be downloaded below.
Piano trio full score.