Scale Variable 2017

Adventures in Sound

The Scale Variable New Chamber Music Series returns for 2017. The Scale Variable Series comprises of four concerts representing new chamber music from Western Australia and around the world. This is the perfect opportunity to sample a taste of the new and unexpected from composers of the modern era and the performers who render their work.

The Series begins in May with a landmark performance at the Subiaco Arts Centre from
Russia’s foremost contemporary chamber ensemble the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble consisting of some of the best Russian musicians specialising in modern music.

Concerts 2 and 3 will retreat to Studio Underground at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia for an up close look and listen to two Perth based new music collectives; Greywing, led by composer/performer Lindsay Vickery, and Intercurrent, curated by leading WA-based musicians Louise Devenish, Lachlan Skipworth and Ashley Smith. These will share programs of works from local, national and international composers performed by a cross section of specialist Perth based performers.

The final concert in November, set in the intimate space of the Rehearsal Room 1 at the State Theatre Centre, sees the return of Soundstorm curated by Polish born composer Dominik Karski.

Three Show Buy Package

Tura is offering the opportunity to see some of Perth’s finest new chamber music ensembles with a Three-Show Buy that offers the concerts at the State Theatre Centre of WA at a discounted rate.

The Three-Show Buy invites you to experience Rio 1917 by GreyWing, Simulacra by Intercurrent and Motion by Soundstorm.

Available here.

2017 Scale Variable New Chamber Music Series

Concert 1 Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble
Tuesday 2 May 7:30pm
Subiaco Arts Centre

Concert 2 Rio 1917 by GreyWing
Wednesday 31 May 7:30pm
Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA

Concert 3 Simulacra by Intercurrent
Tuesday 29 August 7:30pm
Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA

Concert 4 Motion by Soundstorm
Wednesday 15 November 7:30pm
RR1, State Theatre Centre of WA

Tura’s annual program is supported by The State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and the Arts, in association with Lotterywest and The Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding advisory body.