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STEVIE  WISHART   Composer    

 

“Wishart's  ‘Out  Of  This  World’  more  than  lives  up  to  its  title…   ...conjures  a  dense  and  shimmering  cloud  of  sound  that  echoed  from  Cadogan  Hall’s  galleries,  catching   different  harmonic  lights  and  exposing  hidden  seams  of  metallic  brilliance.    On  the  strength  of  this   movement  alone  I’d  make  the  journey  to  hear  this  slow-­‐release  work  again  ...  surely  among  the  finest  of   this  year’s  new  commissions  –  to  the  festival.”   TheArtsDesk,  Aug  2011  

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‘Out  of  this  World’,  for  choir   Score  Sample  

Extract  from  'Out  of  this  World  ‘   Commissioned  by  BBC  Radio  3  for  the  BBC  Singers     Premiered  in  the  BBC  PROMS  on  27  August  2011  at  the  Cadogan  Hall,  performed  by  the  BBC  Singers  and  Sinfonye,  conducted   by  Robert  Hollingworth.    

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CONTENTS  

BIOGRAPHY  

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CHRONOLOGY  

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LIST  OF  WORKS  

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PRESS  COMMENTS  

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COMPLETE  CATALOGUE  

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DISCOGRAPHY    &  PUBLICATIONS  

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Score  sample  extracts:   P2          Extract  from  'Out  of  this  World  ‘   P18      Extract  from  ‘Sound  of  Gesture’    

 

We  could  be  looking  at  a  prototype  for  the  concert  of  the  future  (Red  Iris)",  CD  review   The  Times,  London  

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BIOGRAPHY   Stevie Wishart is a composer, performer and improviser. She explores medieval and contemporary extremes, using voices, ancient technologies such as the hurdy gurdy, and electronic music technologies of our own time. She has composed for modern orchestras and vocal groups and for her own group, Sinfonye. As a composer she works acoustically with music notation, sometimes combined with improvisation, sometimes using computer music systems, and sometimes using all these elements. Education and academic work Stevie Wishart studied composition and electronic music at the University of York with Trevor Wishart and Richard Orton, as well as improvised and aleatoric music with John Cage and David Tudor in Edinburgh. She continued postgraduate performance studies in early music (baroque violin and voice) at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (Diploma in Advanced Performance) and with a Nuffield Foundation award and a Vicente Cañada Blanch Junior Research Fellowship at the University of Oxford (Degree of MLitt) for research into medieval musical iconography. Invited for a number of composer residences and fellowships, she has presented her work at IRCAM in Paris; the Institute for Music and Acoustics in the ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe, Germany; the ADK, Akademie der Künste, in Berlin, and Mills College in California. She received a Wellcome Trust award to develop her compositions using musical gestures and sound-to-control computers, and to work at the University of Cambridge with the neuroscientist Ian Winter on audio processes based on the physiology of the ear. She is currently a Visiting Music Fellow at the University of Cambridge with the AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice (CMPCP). Performances and other activities Stevie has performed at London’s Wigmore Hall, the BBC Proms, the Purcell Room, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the ICA and the Sydney Opera House, and extensively throughout Europe, the USA, and Australia. Her concerts have been broadcast by BBC Radio 3, Radio France, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, ORF, German Radio Networks, and Klara Radio Belgium VRT. Performances and composing commissions at major festivals include those for the Festival van Vlaanderen and Styriarte. She has also performed her compositions for Pope Benedict XVI at St Peter’s, Rome, and for RAI tv. Contemporary music recordings include those with Fred Frith, John Tilbury, the Art Zoyd Studio, and Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles. Other activities have included an education project for the Britten Sinfonia; acting as music consultant to the Royal Shakespeare Company; and as the European Music Correspondent for ABC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She has been on the panel of judges for the MA Festival in Bruges, and for the York Early Music Festival, and has featured on a number of radio programmes for the BBC as well as guest television commentator for BBC PROMS. Stevie also played a major role in ‘Take the Risk’, a special weekend at London’s Southbank exploring improvisation in early music, in which was a performance of her composition "Transients" for voices and medieval and modern instruments. Recent major works “Iced”, for orchestra and Theremin, was given in 2005, commissioned by Belgian groups Ensemble Musique Nouvelle and Art Zoyd. “The Sound of Gesture”, a project developing an interface with specially commissioned sensors and software for solo violin and computer, was developed at ZKM and ADK. It was first performed live in Aalst, Belgium in 2010 as part of an installation, and was recorded at ZKM for release on cd/dvd. For the 2011 Proms Stevie was commissioned by the BBC to write a major choral work. T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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this World” was premiered that year by the BBC Singers conducted by Robert Hollingworth, and was described in the media as “among the finest of this year’s new [BBC] commissions" (TheArtsDesk 2011) Most recently Stevie composed “Vespers for St Hildegard” in honour of the canonisation of Hildegard of Bingen. A full-length concert version for choir and instrumental ensemble was premiered in York Minster at the 2013 York Early Music Festival, and a version was recorded for release on CD by Decca, co-produced with Guy Sigsworth. Also a composer for dance, she has written for Margie Medlin, Compagnie Michèle Noiret and Wayne McGregor. She has worked with other major creative artists such as designer Philippe Starck. Current commissions Stevie Wishart is currently working on a “Cantata for the Seasons” which will be given in full at Snape Maltings in April 2014. Other current major projects include a Concerto Grosso, a double bass concerto, jointly commissioned for Chi-chi Nwanoku and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Rob Nairn and the Handel & Haydn Society, Boston, to be premiered in UK in October 2014 at St John's Smith Square.

  "…the  energy  of  Stevie  Wishart's  music  jumps  right  out  of  the  stereo  and  snaps  at  your  ankles.  This   collection  of  compositions  and  improvisations…is  dynamic  and  compelling…demanding  to  be  heard”   Andrew  Ford,  24  Hours  Magazine  

                         

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CHRONOLOGY     2012   Inner  Garden  -­‐  for  Viriditas  Community  Choir,  Ghent.  Commissioned  by  fo.am.   Decca  CD  Release  -­‐  ‘Vespers  for  St  Hildegard’,  a  new  setting  of  vespers  by  Stevie  Wishart.   Vatican,  Rome  -­‐  Vespers  for  St.  Hildegard  at  St.  Peter’s  Basilica,  Rome  in  the  presence  of  His   Holiness  Pope  Benedict  XVI  for  the  doctorate  ceremony  for  St.  Hildegard  of  Bingen.   British  Embassy  to  the  Holy  See,  Rome  -­‐  Private  performance  for  Dr  Rowan  William,  Archbishop   of  Canterbury.   Chiesa  del  Gesu,  Rome  -­‐  Premiere  of  Dante  settings  for  La  Fede  di  Dante,  in  the  presence  of  His   Eminence  Cardinal  Ravasi  (also  on  RAI  TV).   MA  Festival  Bruge  -­‐  Sinfonye  premieres  new  songs,  ‘Women  in  love’.     Herrenhausen  Festival  -­‐  German  Premiere  of  "Out  of  this  World"  by  BBC  Singers  and  Sinfonye   directed  by  Robert  Hollingworth  &  Stevie  Wishart.   Erasmus  House,  Brussels  -­‐  Folie  Douce:  Premiere  of  song  cycle  to  celebrate  500th  anniversary  of   the  1st  edition  of  Erasmus’s  L’Éloge  de  la  Folie  d’Érasme.   2011   Birmingham  Early  Music  Festival - New  songs  on  Sacred  and  Profane  Love  in  13th-­‐century  France   Essl  Museum,  Germany  -­‐  Solos  for  fingers,  strings  and  a  wheel  (2008)  für  Drehleier  &  Frozen   Particles  (2010)  für  Violine  und  Zuspielung.   BBC  PROMS  -­‐  World  Premiere  of  "Out  of  this  World”  by  BBC  Singers  and  Sinfonye  directed  by   Robert  Hollingworth  &  Stevie  Wishart.   CRASSH,  Cambridge  University  -­‐  Lecture-­‐presentation  and  Improvisation  for  Hurdy  gurdy.   Beursschouwburg,  Brussels  -­‐  Diaspora  Sounds  #17  –  Improvisation.   National  Theatre,  Brussels  &  European  Tour  -­‐  Demain,  a  multiform  choreographic  piece,   commissioned  &  premiered  by  Compagnie  Michèle  Noiret.   Appointed  European  correspondent  for  ABC  Australian  Broadcasting  Corporation.   2010   The  Sound  of  Gesture  CD  Release  -­‐  A  hybrid  of  music  technology,  interactivity,  real-­‐time  sound   processing,  music  gesture  and  the  violin,  improvisation  &  electro-­‐acoustic  composition.   Netwerk,  Aalst  -­‐  ‘The  Sound  of  Gesture’,  live  performances  and  gallery  installation.   Festival  Exit,  MAC  Créteil,  France  -­‐  “Le  Son  du  Nous”  by  Philippe  Starck  in  Paris.   Sounthbank  Centre,  London  -­‐  Take  The  Risk  Festival:  Performances  and  discussion  on   improvisation  in  early  and  contemporary  music.   Théâtre   National,   Brussels   -­‐   Premiere   of   ‘Demain’,   a   multiform   choreographic   piece,   commissioned  &  premiered  by  Compagnie  Michèle  Noiret.  Commissioned  for  new  production  by   T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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Compagnie  Michèle  Noiret  for  the  Théâtre  National  in  Brussels,  based  on  computer  treatments   of  Beethoven.  Medientechnologie   Residency  -­‐  The  Studio  für  Elektroakustische  Musik  at  the  Akademie  der  Künste  in  Berlin.   Leads  education  and  performance  project  with  the  Britten  Sinfonia  and  Wayne  McGregor.   2009   CD  Release  -­‐  ‘Mikroton  4’  with  John  Tilbury.   2008-­‐10    Residency  -­‐  Institut  für  Musik  und  Akustik  am  ZKM,  Zentrum  für  Kunst  und  Medientechnologie   2008   Research  grant  from  The  Welcome  Trust.   2007   ‘Quartet’  -­‐  For  dancer,  robot  camera  and  virtual  dancer,  by  Margie  Medlin.  Co-­‐produced  by  the   ICA  and  the  Wellcome  Trust,  London.   2006   Théâtre  Les  Tanneurs,  and  Festival  Bellone-­‐Brigittines,  Brussels  -­‐  ‘La  Chambre  Blanche’,  Music        

for  dance  piece  by  Michele  Noiret.  Lauréate  du  Prix  de  la  Danse  2006  de  la  Communauté    

                         française  de  Belgique.   2004   ‘Iced’   -­‐   For   orchestra,   Theremin   and   live   electronics,   commissioned   by   Ensemble   Musiques   Nouvelles,  Belgium  and  Art  Zoyd,  Transfrontalier  de  Productions  et  de  Créations  Musicales,     2003   CD  Release  -­‐  ‘Compass,  Log  and  Lead’  with  Fred  Frith   2002   The  Studio,  Sydney  Opera  House  -­‐  Sonic  Hieroglyphs  -­‐  Commissioned  to  celebrate  the  opening   of  the  new  studio  concert  hall  at  the  Sydney  Opera  House.   1983        Diploma  in  Advanced  Performance,  Guildhall  School  of  Music  and  Drama,  London   Vicente  Cañada  Blanch  Junior  Research  Fellowship,  administered  through  University  of  London     1982   M.Litt.,  New  College,  University  of  Oxford   1979   BA  Honours,  class:  2  division:  1,  University  of  York    

LIST  OF  WORKS    

Vespers  for  St.Hildegard,  For  female  choir,  2012     Inner  Garden,  For  community  choir,  2012     Choruscans  lux.  For  voice,  2012     Out  of  this  World,  For  choir,  2011    

La  Folie,  For  voice,  viola  da  gamba,  hurdy  gurdy,  2011     Demain,  For  electronics,  2010     The  Sound  of  Gesture,  For  violin,  sensors  &  computer  sound  transformation/  synthesis,  2008     Solos  for  Hurdy  Gurdy,  For  hurdy  gurdy,  strings,  Wheel,  and  Fingers,  2008     Reduction,  For  String  quartet,  2008    

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Allegretto  con  fuoco,  For  string  quartet,  2008     Sense,  For  chamber  orchestra,  2008     Quartet,  For  dancer,  robot  camera  and  virtual  dancer,  2007     The  Myth  Of  Europa,  For  medieval  violin,  hurdy  gurdy,  theorbo,  organ  medieval  voices,  2007     La  Chambre  Blanche,  Music  for  dance  piece  by  Michele  Noiret,  for  electronics,  2006     PANG,  Music  for  video  installation  PANG  Anouk  de  Clercq  for  electronics,  2006     Arrow,  For  male  voice,  organ,  and  strings,  2005     Island  Universes,  For  Tuba,  bass  flute,  viola,  bass  clarinet,  harp  &  live  electronics,  2004     Jongleurs  Du  Coeur,  For  soprano,  lute,  wind  instruments,  tromba-­‐marine,  percussion,  hurdy-­‐gurdy     and  medieval  fiddle,  2004     Rouge  Cloître,  For  renaissance  and  contemporary  voices,  harp,  organ,  lutes,  hurdy  gurdy,  2004     Iced,  For  orchestra,  Theremin  and  live  electronics,  2004   Illuminations,  For  string  orchestra,  2003     Miss   World,   For   surround   sound   format   and   uses   urban   field   recordings,   electronic   generated   sound   and  treatments  for  voice  and  string  instruments,  2003     Music  for  theatre  piece,  WRAAK  (REVENGE),  About  the  lives  of  Moroccan  women  in  northern  Europe,   2003       Slow  Love,  For  violin,  hurdy-­‐gurdy,  electronics,  vocals,  2002     Music   for   Jane   Woollard’s   music   theatre   piece   AELFGYVA,   For   live   voices,   harp,   with   additional   pre-­‐ recorded  parts  as  a  quadraphonic  sound-­‐track,  2002     Transients,  For  voices,  prepared  and  classical  harps,  oud,  sentir,  Moroccan  hand  drums,  drum-­‐kit     hurdy-­‐gurdy  and  live  electronics,  2002     Subrosa,  For  female  choir,  2001     “UT”,  Sound  installation  c1000  c2000  with  visual  artist  Joan  Grounds,  1998  –  2001     Drawn  on  Sound  v.2,  Installation  with  artist  Joan  Grounds,  1998  –  2001  

 

Azeruz,  For  flutes,  percussion,  hurdy  gurdy,  fiddle,  and  violin,  combined  with  intricate  sampling,     programming  and  keys,  and  analog  synths  &  found  sounds,  2000     Red  Iris,  Multimedia  performance  for  medieval  fiddle,  hurdy-­‐gurdy  &  percussion,  2000     Red  rage  rouge,  For  female  choir,  1993-­‐1997        

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  PRESS  COMMENTS   “…tasteful  reworkings…the  sound  is  superb…this  release  is  miles  above  that  standard  and  deserves  an   unbiased  listen.”   CD:  Hildegard,  Limelight  Magazine,  May  2013  

“5  Stars  -­‐  ’ambient’  re-­‐imaginings  that  give  medievalism  a  modern  twist…the  voices  of  Sinfonye  follow   the  melismatic,  often  wide-­‐ranging  lines  with  precision,  fluency  and  sensitivity….I  have  a  funny  feeling   that  this  disc  could  become  a  hit.”   CD:  Hildegard,  Geoffrey  Norris,  The  Telegraph,  London,  Oct  2012

  “…exquisite  monodic  harmonies…”  

CD:  Hildegard,  Andy  Gill,  The  Independent,  London,  Oct  2012 __________________________    

OUT  OF  THIS  WORLD  -­‐  BBC  Commission  for  the  BBC  Singers  –  premiered  BBC  Proms  2011     “Wishart's  "Out  Of  This  World"  more  than  lives  up  to  its  title...  conjures  a  dense  and  shimmering  cloud  of   sound  that  echoed  from  Cadogan  Hall’s  galleries,  catching  different  harmonic  lights  and  exposing  hidden   seams  of  metallic  brilliance.    On  the  strength  of  this  movement  alone  I’d  make  the  journey  to  hear  this   slow-­‐release  work  again  ...This  year’s  Saturday  Matinees  have  offered  some  of  the  most  exploratory   programming  of  the  Proms  season  and  this  was  no  exception...must  surely  ensure  the  return  of  Wishart’s   music  –  surely  among  the  finest  of  this  year’s  new  commissions  –  to  the  festival.”   Alexandra  Coghlan,  TheArtsDesk,  London,  Aug  2011  

  “a  swaying  bridge  between  heaven  and  earth  giving  joyful  and  robust  energy  to  melismas  which  were   exquisitely  pitched  and  paced…writing  that  bears  the  spectre  of  the  medieval  fingerprint  yet  is,  in  its   spatial  interest  and  its  voice  layering,  very  much  Wishart’s  own”   Hilary  Finch,  The  Times,  London,  Aug  2011  

  "the  whole  has  a  passionate  but  raw  quality  that's  spellbinding"   5-­‐against-­‐4.blogspot.co.uk,  Aug  2011    

 

__________________________    “Stevie  Wishart  die  de  klank  voorhaar  rekening  neemt.  Het  is  verbluffend  hoe  zij  het  helse  tempo  van   haar  werk  volhoudt.”   (transl.)  "Stevie  Wishart  provides  sound.  It  is  stunning  how  she  maintains  the  hellish  tempo  of  her  work"   Financieel  Economische,  Antwerp  

  “De  muziek  van  Stevie  Wishart  blijft  wel  fascineren.  Zit  links  van  het  toneel  en  verzorgt  de  ganse   soundtrack.  Vooral  haar  excursies  op  elektronisch  gemanipuleerde  draailier  zijn  indrukwekkend.  Wishart   creëert  een  meeslepend  klanklanschap  ergens  tussen  dance  en  repetitieve  muziek.”   Peter  Anthonissen,  DE  MORGAN,  Brussels  

  "Driving  rhythm,  sonorities  that  are  alternatively  raucous  and  seductive,   and  a  focus  of  music  intent  which  you  disregard  at  your  peril"       Andrew  Ford,  24  Hours  Magazine  

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  “Door  de  live  uitgevoerde  soundscape  van  Stevie  Wishart  die  je  stuurt,  verleidt  en  misleidt.”     (transl.)  ”...through  the  live  soundscape  of  Stevie  Wishart  which  guide  you,  seduces  and  deceives  you.”   Roel  Verniers,  DE  STANDAARD,  Brussels  

  "Close  on  the  heels  of  Writing  to  Vermeer,  here  is  another  sophisticated  multimedia  venture.  Stevie   Wishart's  live  mix  of  song  and  sound  is  an  impressive  countertext.  As  in  a  Godard  movie,  it  tells  its  own   stories  and  cuts  in  and  out  of  the  action,  sometimes  providing  unusual  romantic  movie  soundtracks  with   her  own  voice,  sometimes  in  the  alien  otherness  of  a  computer  talking  and  electronic  pulsings"   Keith  Gallasche,  Adelaide  festival,  RealTime  

  "We  could  be  looking  at  a  prototype  for  the  concert  of  the  future  (Red  Iris)",  CD  review   Richard  Morrison,  arts  editor,  The  Times,  London  

  "The  live  soundscape  from  Stevie  Wishart  which  guides  you,  seduces  you,  and  deceives  you.  Slow  Love  is   addictive"     De  Standaard,  Brussels  

  "The  fiery  improviser  and  medieval  specialist  Stevie  Wishart  and  her  hurdy-­‐gurdy  surfaces  in  diverse   contexts,  including  medieval  revivalists  Sinfonye  and  jump-­‐cut  dad  Improv  of  Machine  for  Making  Sense,   'True  Grit'  "   The  Wire,  London  

  "[Stevie  Wishart]  built  an  imposing  sonic  edifice...sharpened  by  the  ringing  and  clanging  tones  she   brought  out  of  the  instrument  [her  hurdy-­‐gurdy]...gradually  the  piece  became  a  very  peculiar  hybrid,   with  shades  of  Trance  and  Prog  rock,  as  long  distorted  notes  were  laid  over  the  loops.  It  went  down  a   storm  and  at  the  interval  Wishart  CDs  were  fairly  flying  off  the  vendors'  trestle  tables.    LMC'  9th  festival   of  experimental  music  Purcell  Room,  South  Bank   Will  Montgomery,  Live  concert  review,  The  Wire,  London  

         

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Opera  &  Music  Theatre       Henric,  2013   Literary  film-­‐concert  /  Een  literair  filmconcert   Co-­‐composed  with  Gerrit  Valckenaers  for  the  writer  Elvis  Peeters,  video  by  Jan  Weynants  Commissioned   by  the  Festival  van  Vlaanderen     Demain,  2010   Solo  dancer  and  soundtrack   Commissioned  by  Compagnie  Michèle  Noiret   Premiere  by  Michèle  Noiret  and  Compagnie  Michèle  Noiret,  Théâtre  National  in  Brussels,  February  2010   A   multiform   choreographic   piece   for   four   assistants,   one   cameraman   and   a   dancer,   interpreted   by   Michèle  Noiret,  and  developed  with  Todor  Todoroff,  transforms  and  intertwines  the  sound  textures  of   the  second  movement  of  Beethoven’s  7th  Symphony     Quartet,  2007   Dancer,  robot  camera  and  virtual  dancer,  by  Margie  Medlin   Co-­‐produced  by  the  ICA  and  the  Wellcome  Trust,  London,  February  2007   Instrumentation:  Violin,  music  sensors  and  computer  instruments     La  Chambre  Blanche,  2006   Four  dancers  and  soundtrack   Commissioned   by   Compagnie   Michèle   Noiret   Premiere   by   Compagnie   Michèle   Noiret,   Théâtre   Les   Tanneurs,  and  Festival  Bellone-­‐Brigittines,  Brussels.  2006   Lauréate  du  Prix  de  la  Danse  2006  de  la  Communauté  française  de  Belgique     Music  for  theatre  piece,  WRAAK  (REVENGE),  2003   Produced  and  commissioned  by  the  Cultural  Centre  of  Berchem,  Antwerp,  about  the  lives  of  Moroccan   women  in  northern  Europe   Premiered   in   Holland   and   Belgium   and   music   performed   live   by   the   composer   With   Belgian   actor   Nadia   Abdelouafii     Music  for  Jane  Woollard’s  music  theatre  piece  AELFGYVA,  2003   Ensemble  and  soundtrack   Commissioned  by  the  Autumn  Music  Festival  in  Melbourne,  Australia   Premiered   at   the   Autumn   Music   Festival,   Melbourne;   music   performed   live   by   the   composer   and   members  of  the  ensemble   Instrumentation:  Live  voices,  harp,  pre-­‐recorded  parts  as  a  quadraphonic  soundtrack     Slow  Love  (revised  version),  2002   Music  for  Slow  Love  by  the  Australian  writer  Richard  Murphet   Revised  for  Chamber  Made  Opera   Premiered  at  the  Beckett  Theatre,  CUB  Malthouse,  Melbourne,  Australia;  music  performed  live  by  the   composer   Instrumentation:   violin,   hurdygurdy,   analogue   &   digital   sound   processing,   vocals   Awarded   the   2002   Green  Room  Award  for  Best  New  Music  Score     Slow  Love,  2000   Music  for  Slow  Love  by  the  Australian  writer  Richard  Murphy   T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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Commissioned  by  Theater  Malpertuis,  Belgium   Premiered   at   Theater   Malpertuis,   Tielt,   Belgium   1999   and   Adelaide   Festival,   Australia,   2000;   music   performed  live  by  the  composer   Instrumentation:  violin,  hurdygurdy,  analogue  &  digital  sound  processing,  vocals    

Chamber  Ensemble  &  Instrumental         La  Folie  Douce,  2011   Music-­‐theatre  miniature  for  reciter-­‐vocalist,  cello,  viola  da  gamba,  and  hurdy-­‐gurdy.   Commissioned  to  celebrate  the  500th  anniversary  of  the  first  edition  of  L’Éloge  de  la  Folie  d’Erasme  by   the  Erasmushuis,  Brussels   Premiere  by  Stevie  Wishart  with  Sergei  Istomin  and  Catherine  Jauniaux  at  Erasmushuis,  Brussels,  2011   Instrumentation:  reciter-­‐vocalist,  viola  da  gamba,  cello,  violin,  hurdy-­‐gurdy     The  Sound  of  Gesture,  2010   Solos  for  violin,  sensors  &  computer  sound  transformation/synthesis   Commissioned   by   ZKM,   Zentrum   fur   Kunst   und   Medientechnologie,   Germany   and   ADK,   Akademie   der   Künst,  Berlin   Performances:  Mucsarnok  (Kunsthalle)  Budapest,  Kubus  concert  hall  at  ZKM,  Karlsruhe  and  Muffathalle   in  Munich,  Germany   A   hybrid   of   music   technology,   interactivity,   real-­‐time   sound   processing,   music   gesture   and   the   violin,   using  improvisation  and  electroacoustic  composition  Instrumentation:  violin,  sensors  &  computer  sound   transformation/synthesis     Viola,  2010   Solo  viola  Commissioned  by  q-­‐o2,  Brussels,  Belgium   Premiered  by  Julia  Eckhardt,  Netwerk,  Aalst,  2010   Instrumentation:  solo  viola  and  tape     Sense,  2008   For   members   of   the   Britten   Sinfonia   and   young   musicians   from   three   Ipswich   Schools   for   Random   Dance,  July  2008   Instrumentation:  chamber  orchestra   Solos  for  Strings,  Wheel,  and  Fingers,  2008   Solo  hurdy-­‐gurdy   Commissioned  for  Wiener  Drehleier-­‐Festival   Performances  at  ORF  RadioKulturhaus,  Vienna  2008;  Breuckenmusik,  Koln,  2009;  The  Future  University's   Improvisation   in   the   Round   concert,   West   Road   Concert   Hall,   Cambridge   University,   2012;   Sonorities   Festival   of   Contemporary   Music,   Queen's   University   Belfast,   2013,     and   Urban   Rituals   Festival,   Les   Brigittines,  Brussels   Instrumentation:  solo  hurdy-­‐gurdy   See  also  Improvisation  in  the  Round:  Stevie  Wishart  at  the  University  of  Cambridge,  2011       Reduction,  2008   String  quartet   Commissioned  for  the  members  of  the  Britten  Sinfonia   Instrumentation:  2  violins,  viola,  cello     T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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Allegretto  con  fuoco,  2008   String  quartet   For  the  members  of  the  Britten  Sinfonia  Cambridge  and  Brussels   Instrumentation:  2  violins,  viola,  cello     Arrow,  2005   Male  voice,  organ,  and  strings   Commissioned  by  Augsburg,  Pax  Festival  (Germany).  Premiered  August  2005   Instrumentation:  Counter-­‐tenor,  organ,  and  strings     Island  Universes,  2004   Ensemble  with  live  electronics  and  the  mechanical  sounds  of  4  slide  projectors   Commissioned   by   the   new   music   group   Q02,   Brussels   with   funds   from   the   Flemish   Government,   in   production  with  Concertgebouw,  Bruges,  and  De  Singel,  Antwerp   Instrumentation:  Tuba,  bass  flute,  viola,  bass  clarinet,  harp  &  live  electronics     Jongleurs  du  Coeur,  2004   Vocal-­‐instrumental  ensemble  Zefiro  Torna   Commissioned  by  the  early  music  group,  Brussels  2004   Instrumentation:   Soprano,   lute,   wind   instruments,   tromba-­‐marine,   percussion,   hurdy-­‐gurdy   and   medieval  fiddle     Rouge  Cloître,  2004   Renaissance  and  contemporary  voices,  harp,  organ,  lutes,  hurdy  gurdy   Commissioned  and  produced  by  the  Festival  van  Vlaanderen/Radio  Klara  2004   Instrumentation:  voices,  harp,  organ,  lutes,  hurdy  gurdy     Transients,  2002/2009   Voices,   prepared   and   classical   harps,   oud,   sentir,   Moroccan   hand   drums,   drum-­‐kit,   hurdy-­‐gurdy   and   live   electronics.   Commissioned  by  the  Beursschouwberg,  Brussels  and  the  radio  Klara  festival  van  Vlaanderen   Instrumentation:  voices,  prepared  &  classical  harps,  oud,  sentir  (Arabic  lute  and  string  bass),  Moroccan   hand  drums,  drum-­‐kit,  hurdy-­‐gurdy  and  live  electronics  

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  Cantata  for  the  Seasons,  2013/2014   i.  Winter   text  on  the  poem  Carol  by  Rowan  Williams   for  choir  (S,A,T,B)   ii.  Autumn   text  on  the  poem  Autumn  by  Siegfried  Sassoon   Choir  (S,A,T,B,  soloists  CT,A,T),  strings,  2  pianos   Commissioned  by  the  Ipswich  Choral  Society   Premiere  by  the  Ipswich  Choral  Society,  Snape  Maltings,  Aldeburgh,  2014         T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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Vespers  for  St  Hildegard,  2012/2013   Choir  (S,A,T,B),  soloists  (S,A,T),  hand-­‐bells,  carillon,  percussion,  harp  and  organ   Commissioned  by  Decca  and  the  York  Early  Music  Festival   Also  available,  version  for  SATB  choir  and  organ     Inner  Garden,  2012   Community  choir   Commissioned  by  fo.am   Premiere  Ghent,  October  2012     Choruscans  lux,  2012   Female  choir   Commissioned  by  the  Southbank  Centre   Premiere  by  Voice  at  the  Royal  Festival  Hall,  Southbank  Centre,  London,  March  2012     Out  of  this  World,  2011   Choir   i.  O  Verbum  Patris,  (T,B)  7'   ii.  O  Fili  dilectissime,  (S,A)  2'30   iii.  O  factura  Dei,  (S,A,T,B)  6'   iv.  O  eterne  Deus,  (S,A,T,B  with  additional  high  voices)  7'30   Instrumentation:  SATB  Choir   Commissioned  by  BBC  Radio  3  for  the  BBC  Singers   Premiered  in  the  BBC  PROMS  on  27  August  2011  at  the  Cadogan  Hall,  performed  by  the  BBC  Singers  and   Sinfonye,  conducted  by  Robert  Hollingworth   Each  movement  may  be  performed  separately     Subrosa,  2001   Female  choir   Commissioned  by  the  Oxford  Girls’  Choir  Premiered  Mansfield  College  Chapel,  December  2001   Instrumentation:  female  choir     Azeruz,  2000   Female  voices   Commissioned  for  A  &  E  TV  Networks  (USA)  ‘Mission  Berlin’  Flashback  Television,  UK     Red  Rage  Rouge,  1993-­‐1997   Female  choir   Commission  by  the  Oxford  Girls’  Choir,  director  Richard  Vendome  with  funds  from  the  Foundation  for   Sports  and  Arts,  UK   Instrumentation:  female  choir    

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Exhibition  at  Netwerk/centrum  voor  hedendaagse  Künst,  Aalst  Belgium,  May-­‐June  2010   Instrumentation:  violin,  sensors  &  computer  sound  transformation/synthesis   view  images  from  the  gallery  installation  at  Netwerk,  Aalst,  Belgium  HERE     Ophelia,  2005   Soundtrack  for  video  installation  by  Anouk  de  Clercq   Commissioned   by   Contour   2nd   Biennale   of   Video   Art   2005,   Mechelen   and   Temps   d'Images   for   the   exhibition  Pang   Exhibition   at   Les   Halles   de   Schaerbeek   (Brussels)   and   at   the   Centre   for   Contemporary   Art   Ujazdowski   Castle,  Warsaw  (Poland),  2005   Instrumentation:  Electronics     Miss  World,  2003     Soundtrack  for  triple  screen  film  installation  by  Australian  artist  Margie  Medlin   Surround   sound   format   using   urban   field   recordings,   electronic   generated   sound   and   treatments   for   voice  and  string  instruments   Commissioned  for  2003  Future  Cinema  exhibition  at  ZKM,  Zentrum  für  Neue  Künst  Media  in  Karlsruhe     UT,  1998  -­‐  2001   Drawn  on  Sound  with  artist  Joan  Grounds   Commissioned  by  the  Art  Gallery  of  New  South  Wales,  Sydney,  Australia   The  piece  explores  the  medieval  system  of  visualising  music  on  the  palm  of  the  hand,  the  hurdy-­‐gurdy,   and  how  they  embody  space  and  architecture   Sound   installation   opened   at   Arts   Gallery   of   New   South   Wales,   1998   and   was   re-­‐designed   for   CACSA   Contemporary  Art  Gallery  of  South  Australia,  Adelaide,  2001     Red  Iris,  2000     Medieval  violin,  reciter,  video  and  live  sound   The  enigmatic  instrumental  pieces  known  as  "istampitte"  from  the  Italian  trecento  are  played  solo  as  a   staged  performance  with  swathes  of  white  cloth  showing  projections  of  exquisite  images  from  medieval   frescoes  and  from  the  original  musical  manuscripts,  together  with  live  close-­‐circuit  camera  projections   of  the  musicians  as  she  plays  medieval  violin  and  hurdy-­‐gurdy.  Designed  in  Sydney  by  Blanchette,  and   produced  by  Boris  Kelly  and  Mob  Productions  with  funding  by  an  Australia  Council  New  Media  award.    

Improvisations     Le  Son  du  Nous,  2010   by  Philippe  Starck  &  Soundwalk  Collective  and  Stevie  Wishart   Performed  at  MAC  Créteil  with  Philippe  Starck,  Atau  Tanaka,  Soundwalk  Collective,  Carol  Robinson  and   Laurent  Dailleau  for  Exit  Festival,  Paris  2010   Solo  hurdy-­‐gurdy,  violin,  voice     Transients,  2002/2009   Voices,   prepared   and   classical   harps,   oud,   sentir   (Arabic   lute   and   string   bass),   Moroccan   hand   drums,   drum-­‐kit,  hurdy-­‐gurdy  and  live  electronics.   Commissioned   by   the   Beursschouwberg,   Brussels   and   the   Radio   Klara   Festival   van   Vlaanderen,   2002;   revised  for  the  Take  the  Risk  Festival,  Southbank  Centre,  London,  2009   Performed  with  improvisations  by  the  composer  and  Rhodri  Davies   T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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  Violet,  2009   with  Werner  Dafeldecker,  Christof  Kurzmann  and  John  Tilbury   Performed  Vienna,  2009   Also  CD  for  mikroton,  2009     Compass,  Log  and  Lead,  2006   Performed  with  Fred  Frith  and  Carla  Kihlstedt   Also  CD  Compass,  Log  and  Lead  for  Intakt,  2006  

DISCOGRAPHY    &  PUBLICATIONS   “Driving  rhythm,  sonorities  that  are  alternatively  raucous  and  seductive,  and  a  focus  of  music  intent   which  you  disregard  at  your  peril”   Andrew  Ford,  24  Hours  Magazine  

  RECORDINGS  OF  NEW  MUSIC   •

HILDEGARD  Vespers  for  St.Hildegard  –  Sinfonye/Wishart  (cd)  DECCA  2012)  

THE  SOUND  OF  GESTURE  For  Violin,  Sensors  and  Computer  (cd  /  dvd  )  SW001CD-­‐DVD  (  Stevie   Wishart  2010  )  

VIOLET  Stevie  Wishart,  Werner  Defeldecker,  Christoff  Kurzmann  &  John  Tilbury  (Mikroton   Recordings  –  Mikroton  CD  4)  

EXPERIENCES  DE  VOL  4-­‐5-­‐6  Art  Zoyd  Studio  and  Ensemble  Musiques  Nouvelles  Ensemble,   compilation  CD  including  Iced  by  Wishart  for  string  orchestra,  theremin,  percussion,  live   electronics  played  on  midi  keyboard  using  MaxMSP  virtual  instruments,  and  amplified  for  6   speaker  

THE  ACT  OF  OBSESSION  BECOMES  THE  OBJECT  ITSELF  Machine  for  making  Sense  with  Jim   Denley,  Rik  Rue  and  Amanda  Stewart  (Rossbin,  2006)  

The  COMPASS,  LOG  and  LEAD  with  Fred  Frith  and  Error!  Contact  not  defined.  (Intakt,  Zurich,   2005)  

IN  YOUR  SHELL  LIKE  Paul  Dunmall,  Paul  Lytton,  live  concert  recording  (Emanem  disc  41111,   London,  2004)  

LIT  AS  FROM  WITHIN  Vanishing  pictures  –  Dirk  Wachtelaer,  Paul  Lytton,  Piet  Verbist,  Jim  Denley,   Pierre  Bastien,  Steve  Hubback,  Michael  Weilacher,  DL  Grazzhoppa,  Gerrit  Valkenaers   (FMRCD113-­‐i0303  

TIBOOBURRA  –  with  Jim  Denley;  sounds  from  the  Stoney  Dessert,  Australia,  digital  processing   (2001  Split  Records  08)   T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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THE  PLACE  Chris  Burn  Ensemble,  as  below  plus  Rhodri  Davies,  harp  (2001  Emanemdiscs,  London)  

AZERUZ  transgothic-­‐trance  -­‐  new  songs  by  Stevie  Wishart,  with  Chris  Abrahams  and  Shane  Fahey   (2000  Endgame  03,  Australia  only)  

HAIKU  UBAINS  une  compilation  de  compositions  d  plus  ou  moins  1  minute/  de  Yann   Marussich,Tom  Cora,  Iva  Bittova,  Haco  etc,  Wishart  tracks  1,  50.  (1997  Rec  Rec  Medien  AG,   Zurich,  Switzerland)  

AQUATIC  with  the  NECKS,  1996  Fish  of  Milk,  Australia  

DISSECT  THE  BODY  Machine  for  Making  Sense  new  works  by  Denley,  Rue,  Stewart,  Wishart   (1998  Split  Records  05,  Australia)  

CONSCIOUSNESS  Machine  for  Making  Sense  with  Chris  Mann,  Tony  Buck  and  others  (1999  Split   Records  07)  

LITTLE  RED  SPIDERS  with  Tony  Buck  (drums,  sampler),  Andy  Morley  (electric  guitar),  Joe   Williamson  (bass)  1998  Staalplaat,  Amsterdam  

NAVIGATIONS  Chris  Burn  Ensemble  as  above  plus  Axel  Dörner,  Rodrey  Davies  (1999  Acta,  UK)  

WISH  original  songs  by  Stevie  Wishart  with  Rik  Rue,  Jim  Denley,  Julian  Knowles  CD  (1993  Tall   Poppies  TP  027,  Australia)  

CULURAL  BAGGAGE  Chris  Burn  Ensemble  with  John  Butcher,  Phil  Durrant,  Marcio  Mattos,   Matthew  Hutchinson,  John  Russell,  Jim  Denley,  Chris  Burn  (1992  Acta,  UK)  Recordings  with   Wishart’s  medieval  music  group  SINFONYE  

TRANSIENTS  recorded  live  radio  Kara  (classical  music),  Belgium,  Brussels  for  the  Transreligiosa   Festival,  May  2002  

THE  TWENTIETH  CENTURY  NEVER  HAPPENED  by  Machine  for  Making  Sense  radiophoinic   composition  for  Kunstradio,  Vienna    

BBC  World  Service  “Alternatives”  commission  for  new  piece  with  Japanese  singer  Haco,   produced  by  Radek  Boschetty  2001  

RE-­‐INVENTING  THE  WHEEL  radio  soundscape  (1998  for  ABC  Radio  National,  Listening  Room)  

WEST  OF  WEST  soundscapes  recorded  in  the  Stoney  Desert,  far  north  NSW,  Australia  (1995  ABC   radio  national,  Listening  Room)  with  Jim  Denley  

AZERUZ  music  commissioned  for  A  &  E  TV  Networks  (USA)  "Mission  Berlin"  (Flashback   Television)  

LACUNA  music  composition  for  voices,  electronics,  percussion,  hurdygurdy,  (1994  BBC  Radio  3,   Mixing  It)  

ON  THE  EDGE  for  Channel  4  TV,  Derek  Bailey's  improvisation  series,  directed  by  Jeremy  Marre   T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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RECORDINGS  OF  MEDIEVAL  MUSIC   •

BELLA  DOMNA  The  medieval  woman:  lover,  poet,  patroness  and  saint,  with  Mara  Kiek,  Andrew   Lawrence-­‐King,  Jim  Denley  (Hyperion  A66283)  (  Release,  1987  ;  re-­‐release  2006)  

ARRESTS  D'AMOUR  Eleanor  of  Aquitaine  and  her  Courts  of  Love,  with  Mara  Kiek,  Jim  Denley,   Bonnie  Shalgean,  Paula  Chateauneuf  (Hyperion  A66367)  re-­‐release  2005  

HILDEGARD  OF  BINGEN:  O  NOBILISSIMA  VIRIDITAS  The  complete  works,  volume  3  with  Jocelyn   West,  Moira  Smiley,  Richard  Vendome  and  members  of  the  Oxford  Girls  Choir  (2004  Celestial   Harmonies,  USA  13127-­‐3)  

TROIS  SOEURS  Songs  from  the  thirteenth  century  with  Vivien  Ellis  and  Jocelyn  West  (Glossa   Nouvelle  Vision  GCD  920704)  

GABRIEL'S  GREETING  Medieval  English  Christmas  music  with  Vivien  Ellis,  Jocelyn  West,  Jim   Denley,  Paula  Chateauneuf  (Hyperion  A66685)  (  Release,  1993  ;  re-­‐release  2003)  

RED  IRIS  music  from  14th  century  Italy.  Stevie  Wishart  fiddle,  hurdy-­‐gurdy,  Jim  Denley  and  Pedro   Esteban,  percussion.  A  new  format  CD-­‐Plus  with  interactive  (Glossa  Nouvelle  Vision  GCD  920701)  

HILDEGARD  OF  BINGEN:  SYMPHONIA  Aurora  (part  2)  Symphony  of  the  Harmony  of  Celestial   Revelations  with  Vivien  Ellis  and  members  of  the  Oxford  Girls'  Choir  (Celestial  Harmonies  13127-­‐ 3,  USA)  

HILDEGARD  OF  BINGEN:  SYMPHONIA  (part  1)  Symphony  of  the  Harmony  of  Celestial  Revelations   with  the  Oxford  Girls'  Choir  (Celestial  Harmonies  13127-­‐2,  USA)  

PODER  A  SANTA  MARIA  The  Andalucian  Cantigas  de  Santa  Maria  of  Alfonso  el  Sabio  with   Equidad  Bares  and  musicians  below  (Almaviva  DSI  0105,  Seville)  

AMYDDE  THE  CAROLE  FOR  TO  DAUNCE  (SINFONYE,  UK)  

THE  SWEET  LOOK  AND  THE  LOVING  MANNER  Songs  of  the  Medieval  French  Trobairitz,  with   Vivien  Ellis,  Paula  Chateauneuf,  Jim  Denley  (Hyperion  A66625)  (  Release,  1987  ;  re-­‐release  2006)   Radio  and  TV  BBC  World  Service,  featured  composer  for  the  program  Music  Review,  March  2006  

PRINTED  &  MIXED  MEDIA  PUBLICATIONS     •

‘Echoes  of  the  Past  in  the  Present’  chapter  commissioned  for  the  Companion  to  Medieval  and   Renais-­‐  sance  Music,  ed.  David  Fallows,  J.M.  Dent  and  sons,  London,  1992    

Leonardo  MusIc  Journal  Vol.  9  CD  ROM  “Power  and  responsibility:  converting  to  streaming   between  machines”,  1999    

“Re-­‐inventing  the  medieval  fiddle”  The  Gramophone  Early  Music  Magazine,  featured  artist,   spring  is-­‐  sue,  London,  2000    

The  Sound  Of  Gesture  for  Violin,  Sensors  and  Computer  (cd/dvd/essays)  SW001CD-­‐DVD  (2010)     T : +44 (0) 141 956 1255 M : +44 (0) 7841 582 851 | E : info@loganartsmanagement.com

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Sound  Of  Gesture  –  “Frozen  Particles”,  for  violin,  sensors  &  computer   Score  Sample  

 

Extract  from  ‘Sound  of  Gesture’   Solos  for  violin,  sensors  &  computer  sound  transformation/  synthesis.  Performances  included  Concert  venue:  Mucsarnok   (Kunsthalle)  Budapest,  ZKM  the  Kubus  concert  hall  at  ZKM,  Karlsruhe  and  Muffathalle  in  Munich,  Germany.  

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Stevie Wishart - Composer Brochure