Australian composer Holly Harrison’s genre-defying “Fizzin’ Fury” is inspired by musical genres associated with moshing and upbeat movement. The fury side embraces the heaviness of doom metal, punk, and progressive rock, while the fizz captures the energy of electronic dance music, disco, and dixieland.
Jessica Cottis asks Australian composer Holly Harrison about inspiration and limitation of ‘genre’ and humour in the compositional process.
Written for 5-string electric cello and effects, SpaceWarp conjures up space-inspired and intergalactic imagery. The sound of the cello is quite literally ‘warped’ by effects, particularly delay, creating a kind of wrinkle in time and space.
LLEWELLYN ONE THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS Wednesday 31 March / Thursday 1 April 2021, 7.30pm, Llewellyn…