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Samuel Holloway (b. 1981) is based in Auckland. His work is often concerned with the perception of musical time and form, music’s materialities, and the relationship between notation and performance. Samuel’s work has been performed by prominent artists and ensembles in Asia, Europe and North America, including Klangforum Wien, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Stroma, and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. He has recently undertaken a number of projects with the collective et al., and their collaborative work Upright Piano is held in the Chartwell Collection at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Samuel lectures in music at Unitec, Auckland, and is artistic director of 175 East.

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Selected Works

Hauptstimme for full orchestra  
Impossible Songs for string quartet and soprano voice  
Sillage for guitar, fixed audio media and 2-12 other performers  
Stapes for piano trio  
Strange Loops for 12 performers  
Terrain Vague a 'landscape prelude' for piano  

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