Collaborating on The ANAM Set with ANAM musician Rachel Lau VIC flute
Dr Rosalind Page has created works for theatre, dance, chamber ensembles, string quartets, orchestra and electronica, with performances in UK, Europe, USA, China and Japan. A qualified veterinary surgeon, her creative work as a composer seamlessly merges the language of science with art.
Rosalind’s artistic practice includes her MA (Theatre and Film Studies) and PhD in Composition, studying with Ross Edwards. In 2004, Fracture: a noh play for cello and orchestra, an interpretation of Shakespeare's King Lear and Kurosawa's RAN, received a Highly Commended Award in the Paul Lowin Orchestral Prize and in 2006 her chamber ensemble setting of Federico Garcia Lorca's Sonetos del Amor Oscuro won the Paul Lowin Song Cycle Prize.
Rosalind has been an invited composer by International Society of Music (ISCM) at VICC, Sweden and has undertaken residencies at CAMAC, France, Herhusið, Iceland, Konstepidemin, Göteborg, Sweden, The Banff Centre, Canada and the Imogen Holst House, Suffolk UK, by invitation Britten-Pears Foundation.
In 2017, Rosalind’s vocal works were included as required contemporary repertoire in the prestigious 10th International Hilde Zadek Vocal Competition in Vienna. Her choral work HORIZON, an official Australian selection, was performed by the Latvian Radio Choir at ISCM World Music Days Tallinn 2019.
Find out more at australianmusiccentre.com.au/artist/page-rosalind