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Kate Moore was born in Oxfordshire, England, in 1979.

Introduction Kate Moore is an award-winning composer of new music. Her work has been described as “Mahlerian allure and emotionality’ – de Volkskrant, “a giant tsunami of sound” New York Times, “a fascinating exercise in micro- and macro- rhythm” Sydney Morning Herald, “from the haze she creates, graceful, ambling melodies emerge and evaporate, and those give the music its allure.” New York Times, “her intent seems to be to create a dream, an alternative reality” UT San Diego.

Compositions Active on the international scene her works have been performed in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Sydney Opera House and The Concertgebouw and international festivals including The Holland Festival, The Bang on a Can Marathon, ISCM World Music Days, Gaudeamus Muziekweek, MATA and The Canberra International Chamber Music Festival among others. Her major work Sacred Environment, a 40’ oratorio, commissioned for the 2017 Holland Festival, was premiered by The Netherlands Radio Philharmonic and Choir at The Concertgebouw Amsterdam. In 2014 her 40’ cello concerto was premiered by The ASKO Schoenberg Ensemble with soloist Ashley Bathgate, at the Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht and in 2010 her 60’ major work Violins and Skeletons for four string quartets was premiered by The Calder Quartet at The Carlsbad Festival of Music in California.

Prizes & Awards In recent years, Moore has been awarded a Civitella Ranieri Fellowship, a Yaddo Fellowship, a MacDowell Fellowship as composer in residence and her work Fern was shortlisted for the International Rostrum of Composers. She was awarded an APRA Art Music Commission for her new work in Bloodwood Series. In 2018 she was invited by The National Trust of West Australia and Bundanon Trust to be composer in residence at the inaugural historic residence Gallop House. In 2017 she was the recipient of the Matthijs Vermeulenprijs for her work The Dam, the most prestigious composition prize in the Netherlands. In 2015 she received The William and Mary Greve Foundation John J. Tommaney Fellowship to attend the Boston Symphony Orchestra summer residence program at Tanglewood.

Other awards include 2013 Carnegie Hall Commission for the work The Art of Levitation, 2012 The Hague Toptalent Netherlands, 2012 Norton Stevens Fellowship MacDowell Artist Colony United States, 2010 ISCM World Music Days for her work Sensitive Spot, 2010 De Komeet Culture Prize Netherlands for a collection of pieces including Eclipsed Vision (2006), Rain (1998) and Uisce (2007), 2008-12 Dorris Burnett-Ford Scholarship University of Sydney Australia, 2010 The Carlsbad Festival of Music composer prize United States, 2009 People’s Commissioning Fund at Bang on a Can for her work Ridgeway, 2009 Fonds Podiumkunsten commission for Klepsydra, 2009 selection for MATA festival for Sensitive Spot, 2003 Apeldoorn Young Composer Award, Netherlands, 2001 ANU Honours Scholarship Australia, 2000 Franco-Australian Composition Competition ANU/Conservatoire De Paris for her string quartet Sketches of Stars, 1998-2001 Howard-Allen Memorial Prize Australia, and 1997 Artexpress Australia.

Selected compositions of Kate Moore

Canon: for 4 pianos or recorded piano, 2013 Cello Concerto: 2014 Days and Nature: for ensemble, 2012 Fern: for chamber ensemble and electronics, 2013 Klepsydra: for ensemble and prerecorded track, 2009 Sacred Environment: oratorio, 2017

Education

Sarabande: for Synergy Percussion, 2013

In 2013 she was awarded a Ph.D. from The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney, Australia. In 2004 she was awarded a Masters from The Royal Conservatory of The

Sensitive Spot: for piano and recordings, 2006

Hague, Netherlands and 2001 Bachelor of Music with 1st class honours and the university medal from ANU School of Music.

The Art of Levitation: for amplified ensemble, 2013

Sketches of Stars: for string quartet, 2000

The Body is an Ear: for piano, 2011 Violins and Skeletons: for 4 string quartets, 2010

CD Albums In 2014 her Grammy and Eddison nominated album Dances and Canons was released on ECM New Series followed by an international album release tour performed by Dutch pianist Saskia Lankhoorn. Other albums include 2017 Coral Speak released on Music for percussion and Electronics performed by Louise Devenish - Label: Tall Poppies, 2017 Herz Trio Stolz, 2016 Stories for Ocean Shells Ashley Bathgate, Cantaloupe, 2016 Sliabh Beagh The Stone People, Lisa Moore, Cantaloupe, 2014 House of Shards and Shadows Susie Tell Me A Story, Susanna Borsch, Karnatic Lab Records, 2012 Broken Rosary Close your eyes and I’ll close mine, Anna McMichael & Tamara Cislowska, Tall Poppies, 2012 Ridgeway Big Beautiful Dark Scary, Bang on a Can All-Stars, Cantaloupe, 2012 Debris & Alchemy Ensemble Klang Records, 2010 The Open Road The Open Road Ensemble.

Photo Kate Moore by Johan Nieuwenhuize ©2013

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