A brief history of electronic music with a unique musical segue

A brief history of electronic music beginning with the godfather Karlheinz Stockhausen and his seminal Kontakte and ending with the latest electronic soundworlds of Pimmon with a unique musical segue in the middle. Stockhausen’s seminal work is influential not only for its contribution to the development of a revolutionary new medium of music but also for its integration of electronic music with acoustic music.

Brisbane performance presented in association with Clocked Out, Sydney performance presented by the Sydney Opera House, 
Newcastle performance presented in association with Electrofringe, 
Perth performance presented by Tura New Music


Karlheinz Stockhausen – Kontakte (1958/60)

Ensemble Offspring & Pimmon – improvisation
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Pimmon – electronic music set


James Cuddeford (violin
Jason Noble (clarinet)
Claire Edwardes (percussion
Bernadette Balkus (piano
Paul Gough / Pimmon (electronic music

Past Performances

Brisbane A Message from Sirius, Brisbane Powerhouse, 3pm Saturday 25th April, 2009

Perth Totally Huge New Music Festival, Western Australian Museum, 8pm Wednesday 16th September, 2009

Sydney Utzon Music Series, The Studio, Sydney Opera House, 7.30pm Thursday 1st October, 2009

Newcastle Electrofringe, This is Not Art, Newcastle Conservatorium Concert Hall, 7pm Friday 2nd October, 2009

Media & Acclaim

“They are to be lauded for revitalising this music for a newer generation, the group’s sell-out concert at the Sydney Opera House the night before evidence of a hunger for such bold and meaty programming”

Julian Day, Resonate Magazine 2010



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