Composers & WorksNatasha Anderson

ANAM Set 2024 Composer: Work Title and Instrumentation to be announced.

About the composer:

Natasha Anderson (she/her) is an Australian musician/composer making primarily electroacoustic and audiovisual work across a variety of contexts. Fascinated by the ways in which sound becomes encultured, recursively collapsing material, into essence, into language and meaning, she plays with how these relationships embed as different interface modes.

Natasha has been commissioned by the Sacrum Profanum Festival (Krakow), the International Contemporary Ensemble (New York), Ensemble Adapter (Berlin), Ensemble Offspring (Sydney), BIFEM, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra with Brett Dean, Ensemble Phoenix (Basel), AvantWhatever Festival and the Bionics Institute of Australia. Her work has been performed at the Sydney Festival, Roulette (New York), RadialSystemV (Berlin), LSO St Lukes (London), Carriageworks (Sydney), Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain (Stuttgart), and in the 2015 Mons European Capital of Culture program.

As a founding member of the quintet Thymolphthalein, Natasha has played numerous European festivals, including Musique Action, Festival Météo, Festival de Musiques Innovatrices, Alternativa, Music Unlimited Wels, Südwestrundfunk New Jazz Meeting, as well as the Melbourne International and Jazz Festivals. She has made radiophonic work for the ABC and installations for Liquid Architecture, Linden and NCCA Darwin. She was awarded the inaugural MPAC Sound Gallery Commission in 2020, the Peggy Glanville-Hicks residency in 2016, and a La Becque residency in 2022.

For more about Natasha, visit her website:

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