Ria Andriani performs ‘Form (conform and reform)’ by Molly Joyce for voice, clarinet, percussion and flute
US Composer and performer Molly Joyce writes work with disability as a creative source. Her work ‘Form’ is performed by singer and writer Ria Andriani who is blind, with accompaniment by small ensemble of flute, clarinet and percussion.
SHIFT is a series that creates a platform for artists with disability, to share their stories and lived-experience, celebrate their art and SHIFT the focus to their unique contribution being made to the musical and artistic landscape, both in Australia and overseas.
Enjoy new music by Georgia Scott, a new multi-media work by film composer Kristin Rule, and performances by Nat Bartsch and Ria Andriani alongside a new electroacoustic work by Rebecca Bracewell that explores the politics of listening and deafness through the sound potential of hearing aids.
Composer Georgia Scott, Access Consultant Morwenna Collett and flautist and BackStage Music director Lamorna Nightingale have co-curated a program of new music by composers and performers who live with disability.