All posts of Tristan

Daybreak – CD Release and New Video

Daybreak for flute and electronics has been released on CD and available for streaming alongside other works that make up the Other Voices project spearheaded by flautist Lamorna Nightingale. The work was also recently filmed by the amazing team at Phoenix Central Park. Read more about the Other Voices project here.

Extended Play

The twelve hour new music marathon, Extended Play, was back again this year and I was fortunate enough to be part of this amazing festival presented by City Recital Hall, Angel Place. My new work, altered states, was premiered by harpist Emily Granger, percussionist Tim Brigden and myself on electronics. The program also included a […]

Zubin Kanga Piano Ex Machina: Rhythm City Australian Premiere / Tour

Following on from the world premiere in London in March, Zubin Kanga will present my latest work, Rhythm City, in Australia this month. The work is for piano, live video sampler and electronics and is something a little bit different from me; I’ve been in interested in working with video for a while and have […]

New Videos Up

a line is a dot that went for a walk for solo percussion Performed by: Claire Edwardes Credits: Hospital Hill – recording and video   Daybreak for solo flute and electronics Performed by: Lamorna Nightingale Credits: Oliver Miller – video

Welcome to the New Site!

I’ve finally gotten around to upgrading the website! You’ll notice a recurring theme throughout the site: a photo of a mountain range I took while exploring Freycinet National Park in Tasmania – an amazingly beautiful place!  I’ll be adding more things to the site over the next little while including more work in the music […]

Sideband: the in-between Review

Check out this wonderfully in-depth review by Greg Schiemer of our recent Sideband release, the in-between. The album features my 2016 work short circuits. I particularly love the historical context Schiemer provides in his writeup. 

Review: a line is a dot that went for a walk

Some great reviews have come in for Ensemble Offspring’s Spectral Tech concert on September 29 which featured my  latest solo percussion piece, a line is a dot that went for a walk, performed by Claire Edwardes. Full review   Spectral Tech (Ensemble Offspring)

Spectral Tech

Check out these interviews ahead of the premiere of my new work, a line is a dot that went for a walk for percussionist Claire Edwardes. Ensemble Offspring Spectral Tech – Listen to the Composers Ever wondered what a composer is thinking about when they create a new work for a particular artist? Listen here to hear composers […]

Upcoming Performances

Birdsong at Dusk Ensemble Offspring July 31, 7:30pm Delmar Gallery, Trinity Grammar School PROGRAM Jane Stanley – D-re-A-mi-N-gl-Y (movt. 1 & 2) (2017) – Australian Premiere Jane Stanley – Desert Rose (2010) Hollis Taylor & Jon Rose – Owen Springs Reserve (2014) Melody Eötvös – Leafcutter (2012) Felicity Wilcox – Yurabirong (2016) Jane Stanley – Helix […]

Title Track on Tambuco Percussion Ensemble’s New Release

My 2016 work, Smell of the Earth for percussion quartet appears as the title track on Tambuco Percussion’s latest CD. The work was written for Tambuco and commissioned for the 2016 Canberra International Music Festival. It’s a wonderful CD including works by Reich and Ravel – humbled to be included in the lineup! Listen on Apple Music