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Recent releases of videos of music by Andrew Schultz

Watch a recent performance of Andrew Schultz’s Elegy by Jéssika Arévalo (soprano), James Munro (viola) and Argentina Duran (piano), performing in Mexico City, September 2021.

Click here to  view on Facebook Watch.

Read more about Elegy.

She dances by the river by Andrew Schultz in its premiere performance given at the Canberra International Music Festival in May 2021 with Veronique Serret, violin, James Wannan, viola, Blair Harris, cello, and Sonya Lifschitz, piano.

Read more about She dances by the river.

Dark Well: two videos made in 2020-21 with excerpts from Dark Well – the large, recent work for two pianos by Andrew Schultz with audiovisual projections by Alyssa Rothwell. Performed here by Stephen Emmerson and Sonya Lifschitz.

The first video is a trailer for the work and the second an excerpt from a live workshop at Ukaria Arts Centre in South Australia during a residency funded by the Australia Council.

Read more about Dark Well.

Marian Heckenberg, double bass, and Alex Raineri, piano, play Suspended Preludes by Andrew Schultz at the Brisbane Music Festival in 2020.

Read more about Suspended Preludes.

Flock of Angels by Andrew Schultz, in its premiere performance in Sydney in November 2020 by Halcyon (Jenny Duck-Chong, voice and Geoffrey Gartner, cello). Click here to watch.

Read more about Flock of Angels.

Listen to Jeremy Williams (baritone) and Wendy Hiscocks (piano), performing in London, premiere Andrew Schultz’s Two Welsh Lullabies as part of the South Wales meets New South Wales project by CAM in November 2021. The project consists of arrangements of Welsh folk songs by Australian and Welsh composers.

Read more about Two Welsh Lullabies.

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