The delicate and the powerful collide when percussion meets electronics in an immersive collection of solo works performed by Louise Devenish, as part of the free Monash University Lunchtime Concert Series.
The sparkling sound world of glockenspiel and vibraphone and the deep resonance of gongs are extended by electronic processing, samples and sub woofers in a collection of works by Andrián Pertout, Stuart James, Cat Hope and Kate Moore. This collection of sparkling and resonant Australian works for metallic percussion is complemented by interactive visual projection mapping on the instruments by New York based artist Ross Karre.
Free admission | 1.10pm in the Music Auditorium
Louise Devenish is an accomplished musician and whose artistic practice blends contemporary percussion performance, research and education. Noted for her ‘breathtakingly deft delivery and sculptor-like attention to detail,’ she regularly performs throughout Australasia, Europe, North America and the UK as a soloist and with ensembles including DecibelNewMusic and Speak Percussion.
Louise Devenish’s 'music for percussion and electronics' national tour is presented by Tura New Music as part of the Tura National Program, and acknowledges the support of Monash University.