Symposium on new music 


Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host a symposium on new music as part of the sounds unusual – NT festival of new music on Saturday 24 June from 10am to 2pm.

The day will include talks from Phillip Samartzis, Coordinator of Sound, Faculty of Art, at RMIT and Ross Bolleter, composer and founder of World Association for Ruined Pianos.

The symposium is open to the general public and free of charge. It will take place on Casuarina Campus in the Music Theatre (Building 16).

sounds unusual – NT festival of new music takes place from 17-25 June at various locations around Darwin. Check the website for further details.