Tura New Music and The Australian Chamber Orchestra present
News Archives: March 2012
ARTSCAPE: Liquid Notes – The Making of The Reef Screening 8pm Tues 13 on ABC1
Turra New Music’s collaboration with the Australian Chamber Orchestra in May and July 2012 saw the creation of a major new project – The Reef
The artistic process is examined in this ABC commissioned documentary.
The final concert of The Reef Tour at the Sydney Opera House last night ( 7pm Mon 23 July ) brought the house down and roused a standing ovation from the sold out Concert Hall – a most fitting finale to an unforgettable tour!
Music Rolling in on The Break – Stephen Scourfield The West 11 July
Tura New Music YouTube Channel now with excerpts, interviews, residency footage and more…. View
Virtuoso surfing and mesmerising music Review of Darwin Concert by Matthew Westwood, The Australian July 9
ABC RN Bush Telegraph Interview with Tos Mahoney and Taylor Miller Listen
Audiences from Darwin to Geraldton are raving about the success of The Reef program. From the power of Mick Sowry and Jon Frank’s film, the virtuosity of Richard Tognetti, the passion of ACO2, the soul of Steve Pigram and Mark Frank to the raw energy of Clay McDonald – The Reef has given northern and regional Western Australia an experience to remember for a lifetime. Over 1500 people packed Cable Beach Amphitheatre in Broome alone for the magic of The Reef outdoors under the stars.
The Reef Tour so far: 9 days, 5 concerts, world premiere of rich and powerful program, adventures to Warmun, Kooljaman, Red Bluff…. Getting cold as it heads south but the program’s heating up! Perth and Sydney shows sold out!
The World Premiere of The Reef goes out tonight ( Thurs 5 July) at the Darwin Entertainment Centre. Performers and production crew have been flying into Darwin all week for the historic event which simultaneously commences the Reef Tour across Northern and Western Australia.
Unbelievably so but its just 2 weeks before the Reef Tour commences with the World Premiere in Darwin on the 5th July at Darwin Entertainment Centre. Check out the itinerary now to ensure you will be at the right place at the right time so as not to miss this historic, epic tour and program.
Tim Elliot of The Sydney Morning Herald retells his experience of the Gnaraloo residency. Read On . Stephen Scourfield of The West Australian writes on Music by the Sea and about the people and place of Gnaraloo Station and assistant Residency caterer Sara Poguet blogs on http://reeftour.tura.com.au/blog/
Perth Travellers: Still two days left of The Reef in Broome travel packages competition. Listen to ABC 720 Breakfast 6am – 7.45am for the codeword and cut out the coupon in the West Australian. Perth – Broome return flights, stay at Cable Beach Club and premium tickets for The Reef at Cable Beach Amphitheatre. More info