Clarinettist Aviva Endean and cellist Judith Hamann will perform a one-off show in solo and duo mode for the first time in WA.
Two of Australia’s most versatile instrumentalists join forces to explore a rich landscape of unexpected sonorities and timbres. Aviva (clarinets, winds) and Judith (cello) draw upon their backgrounds in improvisation, contemporary classical music, and experimental practice to create lush hybrid sound worlds, full of contrast and camouflage.
Judith Hamann & Aviva Endean
7:30pm Wednesday 10 July 2019
$5-$15 pay at the event
Judith Hamann is a cellist and performer/composer from Birraranga (Melbourne), Australia. She has “long been recognised as one of Australia’s foremost contemporary-music cellists” (RealTime Arts). Judith’s performance practice stretches across various genres encompassing elements of improvised, contemporary classical, experimental, and popular music. Currently her work is focused on ‘Materialities of Realisation’ (a discourse based project with Charles Curtis), an examination of expressions and manifestations of ‘shaking’ in her solo performance practice, and a collection of new works for cello and humming.
Judith is a champion of new and rarely performed music, immersive approaches to sound, and engages with a range of interdisciplinary and experimental projects.
Aviva Endean’s work with sound spans a wide variety of performance contexts including experimental and improvised music, immersive sonic environments, new solo and chamber music, and cross-disciplinary collaborations.
As a performance maker, Aviva curates new experiences with sound by creating unusual, spatially engaged, and participatory contexts for listening. Her work has been shown at Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Darwin Festival, BIFEM, Sydney Contemporary Art Fair and Liquid Architecture.
Aviva is the recipient of numerous Awards including the prestigious Freedman Music Fellowship and has been nominted for the EG music Awards ‘Best Avant-garde/Experimental act’ in 2013 and 2018, and has received the Aria Awards ‘Best World Music album’ 2014. She is currently Associate Artist with the Australian Art Orchestra.