Cortona Sessions

I would love to use my platform to amplify friends and colleagues from the 2010 to present day Cortona Sessions community including

  • past and present Fellows and Faculty
  • composers, sound artists, improvisers and experimental music creators in all styles/genres
  • contemporary music practitioners
  • own or external handles (posted by performers, labels, promoters etc)

If you’d like your streamed output to be considered for future Mixtapes please complete the following with your artist details so I can explore your work! For the existing format, my preference is usually for tracks of 1–5 minutes in duration so for those working in longer forms: if you’d like your music included and have the resources to do so, you might consider also preparing shorter clips, excerpts or audiograms on your platform of choice.

Thanks so much! 
You may also be interested in my other composer/creator initiatives: 
Sounding Board
Call for Scores

Recent Posts

Press Release: Ruthless Jabiru and Decibel together in concert for one night only

PRESS RELEASE 
London chamber orchestra Ruthless Jabiru welcomes into its fold fellow Australian musicians Decibel New Music Ensemble for a massed finale to the latter’s forthcoming UK tour. 

The two ensembles will unite for a programme of graphic-, text- and traditionally-notated music performed by an orchestra of entirely low instruments. The event will take place in the unique subaquatic surrounds of the Grand Entrance Hall at the Brunel Museum on 02 December 2022 as part of the UK/Australia Season 2021-22.

Continue reading
  1. Mixtape #019 Leave a reply
  2. Mixtape #018 Leave a reply
  3. Mixtape #017 Leave a reply
  4. Mixtape #016 Leave a reply
  5. Mixtape #015 Leave a reply
  6. Mixtape #014 Leave a reply
  7. Mixtape #013 Leave a reply
  8. Mixtape #012 Leave a reply
  9. Mixtape #011 Leave a reply
  10. Mixtape #010 Leave a reply
  11. Mixtape #009 Leave a reply
  12. Mixtape #008 Leave a reply
  13. Interview: Turning the Page for the Arts 1 Reply
  14. Interview: Music Lessons Go Digital Leave a reply