New SOUNZ website
We are delighted to announce that our redeveloped and new look website, SOUNZ Online, is now ready to use at the familiar address www.sounz.org.nz. We have been working with Rabid Technologies on the upgrading project since October last year.
CNZ/Jack C. Richards Composer-in-Residence
Victoria University of Wellington’s Te Kōkī New Zealand School of Music (NZSM) has announced New Zealand artist Rob Thorne (Ngati Tumutumu, Hauraki, Tainui) as the next Creative New Zealand/Jack C. Richards Composer-in-Residence. Rob Thorne is a Palmerston North musician of 25 years’ experience, who has spent the last 15 of those years researching, playing and performing taonga pūoro.
NZ Composer Sessions 2018
NZ Composer Sessions 2018 applications are now open, closing on 26 June. SOUNZ is calling for orchestral scores from SOUNZ composers
SMCO Composer Project
SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music, St Matthew’s Chamber Orchestra (SMCO) and Composers Association of New Zealand (CANZ) are delighted to announce the works selected for the SMCO Composer Project this year. Their works will be workshopped by the orchestra in March and performed in a concert on 30 July at St Matthew-in-the-City in Auckland.
Pūoru a Toi te Arapūoru
The Resound project delivers high quality films and recordings of New Zealand music in concert in partnership with RNZ Concert and with funding from NZ On Air.
Ko tā Resound me RNZ Concert he mahi tahi ki te tāpae i te kiriata me te pūoro whai kounga o ngā konohete pūoru o Aotearoa me te tautokohia ā-pūtea e Irirangi te Motu.
Requiem for the Fallen
Ross Harris, Vincent O'Sullivan and Horomona Horo
Salina Fisher (winner of 2016 SOUNZ Contemporary Award)
Dame Gillian Whitehead
No Man's Land
a coincidence of surfaces (iii)
SOUNZ Community Commission 2016/17
An interview with Julian Raphael
Stark (first movement)
Resound Audio of the WeekGo to audio of the week
Tone Clock Piece XVIII (2007) – Jenny McLeod
Performed by NZ pianist Stephen de Pledge in 2008