2017 Art Music Awards Winners Announced
Clocked Out with Bruce and Jocelyn Wolfe have received the Award for Excellence in Experimental Music for The Piano Mill Project, with Erik Griswold’s All’s Grist that comes to the Mill. The Piano Mill is a unique project starring an architectural structure and musical instruments in one.
“Outrageous! First building to win a National APRA award!” said Architect Bruce Wolfe who humbly accepted the award with his wife Jocelyn who conducted the research for the project.
Nestled near Stanthorpe, The Piano Mill is a unique architectural feature, homage to the musical history of outback Australia, and an outrageous musical instrument all in one. Please visit: www.thepianomill.org/
A talented group of composers, performers and educators, including several first-time recipients, were announced last night as winners at the 2017 Art Music Awards. Together they represent the most outstanding contributions of 2016 across the genres of contemporary art music, contemporary jazz and experimental music.
The winners across 11 national categories and 8 state / territory categories were honoured at an industry celebration at the City Recital Hall in Sydney. Now in its 7th year, the Art Music Awards is the only national event in Australia to acknowledge the extraordinary achievements and creative successes of those who excel in these genres. From Art Music Fund-winning composers at the beginning of their careers to established creators unafraid to push boundaries, the Art Music Awards brings together a dynamic group of artists.
Conrad Gargett would like to congratulate all winners and finalists. http://apraamcos.com.au/news/2017/august/2017-art-music-awards-winners-announced/