The SPEL Tour

Claire, Zubin, Lamorna, Jason playing in rehearsal shed setting.

Presented by our sister organisation in the west, TURA New Music, Ensemble Offspring brings a program of all-female works to Perth for performances at funky local venue The Sewing Room, and for the first time at Albany Entertainment Centre.

The ensemble will also work with four especially chosen composers from local universities, WAAPA and UWA, on their new works for the group, and will present these pieces in performance at the Subiaco Arts Centre.

Ensemble Offspring presents a hard-hitting program exploring nostalgia and adventure, love and life. Featuring a world premiere by long-time collaborator, Dutch based Australian sensation Kate Moore, a first-time performance of new Composer in Residence for the Chicago Symphony, Missy Mazolli’s, piano solo Orizzonte, a remount of Love in Solitude by Merlyn Myer Commission recipient Andrea Keller, and Felicity Wilcox’s composers cut of Jean Luc Goddard’s 1962 film Vivre sa Vie.


September 10-18, Albany & Perth

Concert 1
Tuesday 11 September, 7:30pm
The Sewing Room, Perth

Workshop 1
Wednesday 12 September
Subiaco Arts Centre

Concert 2
Thursday 13 September, 7pm
Subiaco Arts Centre

Concert 3
Saturday 15 September, 5pm
Albany Entertainment Centre

Workshop 2
Sunday 16 Sep, 10am
Albany Entertainment Centre


Kate Moore – Spel (2018) for vibraphone, 8’
Andrea Keller – Love in Solitude (2017) for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, backing track 15’
Missy Mazzoli – Orizzonte (2004) for piano 6′
Kate Moore – New work for flute, clarinet, percussion 10′
Felicity Wilcox – Vivre sa vie, Composer’s Cut (2017) for flute, clarinet, piano, percussion, video 15’
New student works (WAAPA & UWA)


Claire Edwardes (percussion)
Jason Noble (clarinet)
Lamorna Nightingale (flute)
Zubin Kanga (piano)

Presented by TURA NEW MUSIC