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Virtuosic & Curious Instrumentalists

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Ensemble Offspring

“In a music industry that can often feel impenetrable - most of all for marginalised voices - its mission is not just honourable, but essential. In other words, it is not just doing the right thing, it is doing what’s necessary for the survival of new music in Australia.” Cut Common

Sydney’s musical mavericks Ensemble Offspring unite the most innovative instrumentalists in Australia with a broad collective of collaborators to explore new ideas through living new music. Led by acclaimed percussionist Claire Edwardes OAM, the ensemble comprises a core line-up of some of Australia’s most well-regarded and virtuosic musicians: Lamorna Nightingale (flute), Jason Noble (clarinet), Véronique Serret (violin), Blair Harris (cello) and Benjamin Kopp (piano). Together we champion living composers and create musical experiences that stimulate the senses and pique curiosity. We support emerging and as-yet-unheard composers, in particular championing Australian female-identifying and First Nations artists.

Our Community

Our varied collaborations stretch artistic horizons and advance the ever-expanding landscape of new music. Since 2014 our Hatched Academy program has nurtured the next generation of Australian musicians and composers, while our First Nations Composer Program has fostered the careers of Indigenous musicians since 2017. For over a decade our annual Sizzle festival has transformed local and regional bowling clubs, garnering a cult following along the way. Recent partnerships include Ensemble Adapter (Berlin), International Contemporary Ensemble (New York), Sydney Chamber Opera (Sydney) and Stroma Ensemble (New Zealand). 

Our Highlights

We have 26 years of innovative new music-making behind us and the astounding journey we have taken from a student group (originally named the Spring Ensemble) to the internationally-esteemed ensemble we are today. In 2021 we were awarded the NSW State Luminary Art Music Award for our 25-year contribution and in 2019 we received the Sidney Myer Performing Arts Group Award. Also in 2019 we were selected to showcase at the international music market, Classical:NEXT (Rotterdam), and were nominated for our first ARIA Award in the Best Children’s Album category. In 2016, we won the APRA Art Music Award for Excellence by an Organisation. Our recent tours have taken us as far afield as Amsterdam, Berlin, Glasgow, Hong Kong and Shanghai, and we feature regularly at Tasmania’s Mona Foma Festival and Sydney Festival. Committed to subverting the classical music tradition with experiential concerts of living new music that transcend genre, place and art form, Ensemble Offspring are navigating the future with open mindedness, flexibility and joy – we invite you to join us on our adventures ahead.

Benjamin Kopp
Blair Harris
Véronique Serret
Lamorna Nightingale
Jason Noble
Claire Edwardes OAM
Claire Edwardes OAM
Jason Noble
Lamorna Nightingale
Véronique Serret
Blair Harris
Benjamin Kopp

Musicians

Claire Edwardes OAM

Artistic Director / Percussion

Internationally acclaimed percussion soloist and artistic director of Ensemble Offspring, Claire Edwardes OAM has been described by the press as a ‘sorceress of percussion’. Claire won the Young Performers Award in 1999, and completed her Masters degree at the Rotterdam and Amsterdam Conservatories. She is the only Australian to win three APRA Art Music Awards …

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Internationally acclaimed percussion soloist and artistic director of Ensemble Offspring, Claire Edwardes OAM has been described by the press as a ‘sorceress of percussion’. Claire won the Young Performers Award in 1999, and completed her Masters degree at the Rotterdam and Amsterdam Conservatories. She is the only Australian to win three APRA Art Music Awards for Excellence by an Individual and as a soloist is constantly collaborating on new percussion music. Recent career highlights include a residency at Music on Main (Vancouver) and concertos with the Sydney Symphony and WASO.

www.claireedwardes.com

Jason Noble

Clarinet

Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most adaptable clarinettists, spanning the classical to experimental and improvisatory genres. A core member of Ensemble Offspring for over 20 years, Jason has performed at contemporary music festivals from Warsaw to London and throughout Australia. His album releases THRUM (2020) and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017) feature new Australian clarinet work …

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Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most adaptable clarinettists, spanning the classical to experimental and improvisatory genres. A core member of Ensemble Offspring for over 20 years, Jason has performed at contemporary music festivals from Warsaw to London and throughout Australia. His album releases THRUM (2020) and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017) feature new Australian clarinet work reflecting his collaborations with established and emerging composers. As an in-demand music educator and examiner he has been invited to teach two winter academies at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul.

www.jasonnoble-clarinettist.com

Lamorna Nightingale

Flute

Lamorna Nightingale is a flautist, concert presenter, educator and publisher. Her transformative contribution to new Australian music spans many recordings, unique concerts curated through BackStage Music, and pedagogical volumes published via her company Fluteworthy. Lamorna joined Ensemble Offspring in 2007 and in 2016 she performed with early music ensemble Brugge Anima Eterna at Sydney Festival …

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Lamorna Nightingale is a flautist, concert presenter, educator and publisher. Her transformative contribution to new Australian music spans many recordings, unique concerts curated through BackStage Music, and pedagogical volumes published via her company Fluteworthy. Lamorna joined Ensemble Offspring in 2007 and in 2016 she performed with early music ensemble Brugge Anima Eterna at Sydney Festival and the Lincoln Centre in New York. She recently created an album of new Australian music for flute and electronics with an associated education kit designed to introduce school students to electroacoustic music.

www.lamornanightingale.com

Véronique Serret

Violin

Véronique is a super versatile violinist, vocalist and composer whose repertoire ranges from contemporary art music to folk, rock and improvisation. She is known for her inclusive sound world and her original work on the 6 string violin blended with vocals. Véronique has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since the very first concert back …

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Véronique is a super versatile violinist, vocalist and composer whose repertoire ranges from contemporary art music to folk, rock and improvisation. She is known for her inclusive sound world and her original work on the 6 string violin blended with vocals. Véronique has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since the very first concert back in 1995. She has worked extensively with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Sydney Dance Company, folk harpist Joanna Newsom and her own duo project HEARTLAND with William Barton.

www.veroniqueserret.com

Blair Harris

Cello

Blair Harris is a highly regarded Melbourne-based solo cellist and chamber musician, known particularly for his strikingly individual interpretations and innovative collaborative projects. He has commissioned many solos by Australian composers including by Jack Symonds, Alice Humphries and Paul Dean. Blair has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2016. He performs regularly as a …

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Blair Harris is a highly regarded Melbourne-based solo cellist and chamber musician, known particularly for his strikingly individual interpretations and innovative collaborative projects. He has commissioned many solos by Australian composers including by Jack Symonds, Alice Humphries and Paul Dean. Blair has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2016. He performs regularly as a duo with pianist Caroline Almonte and enjoyed many years performing with Syzygy Ensemble (Melbourne) and Southern Cross Soloists (Brisbane). Blair is currently on staff as a cello teacher at Monash University.

Benjamin Kopp

Piano

Pianist Benjamin Kopp has performed as soloist with the major Australian orchestras, including the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and WASO. In 2007 he was the winner of the keyboard section of the Symphony Australia Young Performer’s Awards. He has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2019. Benjamin co-founded the Streeton Trio and …

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Pianist Benjamin Kopp has performed as soloist with the major Australian orchestras, including the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and WASO. In 2007 he was the winner of the keyboard section of the Symphony Australia Young Performer’s Awards. He has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2019. Benjamin co-founded the Streeton Trio and was a member from 2009-2021. Based in Europe for many years, Benjamin has performed with Ensemble Contrechamps, the European Chamber Music Academy, Sydney Chamber Opera and for Musica Viva Australia.

www.benjaminkopp.com

Musicians

Claire Edwardes OAM

Claire Edwardes OAM

Artistic Director / Percussion

Internationally acclaimed percussion soloist and artistic director of Ensemble Offspring, Claire Edwardes OAM has been described by the press as a ‘sorceress of percussion’. Claire won the Young Performers Award in 1999, and completed her Masters degree at the Rotterdam and Amsterdam Conservatories. She is the only Australian to win three APRA Art Music Awards …

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Jason Noble

Jason Noble

Clarinet

Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most adaptable clarinettists, spanning the classical to experimental and improvisatory genres. A core member of Ensemble Offspring for over 20 years, Jason has performed at contemporary music festivals from Warsaw to London and throughout Australia. His album releases THRUM (2020) and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017) feature new Australian clarinet work …

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Lamorna Nightingale

Lamorna Nightingale

Flute

Lamorna Nightingale is a flautist, concert presenter, educator and publisher. Her transformative contribution to new Australian music spans many recordings, unique concerts curated through BackStage Music, and pedagogical volumes published via her company Fluteworthy. Lamorna joined Ensemble Offspring in 2007 and in 2016 she performed with early music ensemble Brugge Anima Eterna at Sydney Festival …

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Véronique Serret

Véronique Serret

Violin

Véronique is a super versatile violinist, vocalist and composer whose repertoire ranges from contemporary art music to folk, rock and improvisation. She is known for her inclusive sound world and her original work on the 6 string violin blended with vocals. Véronique has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since the very first concert back …

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Blair Harris

Blair Harris

Cello

Blair Harris is a highly regarded Melbourne-based solo cellist and chamber musician, known particularly for his strikingly individual interpretations and innovative collaborative projects. He has commissioned many solos by Australian composers including by Jack Symonds, Alice Humphries and Paul Dean. Blair has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2016. He performs regularly as a …

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Benjamin Kopp

Benjamin Kopp

Piano

Pianist Benjamin Kopp has performed as soloist with the major Australian orchestras, including the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and WASO. In 2007 he was the winner of the keyboard section of the Symphony Australia Young Performer’s Awards. He has been a member of Ensemble Offspring since 2019. Benjamin co-founded the Streeton Trio and …

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Board

Chief Executive Officer, TAD

Anthony is Chief Executive Officer at TAD, Vice President of TAD Australia, and Convenor of Actuaries Institute’s Public Policy Council Committee. He was formerly Chief Executive Officer at Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, co-lead of the National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Griffith University. Prior to joining Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, Anthony was Chief Operating Officer at the National Breast Cancer Foundation. He has held senior executive positions in the financial services industry in Australia, the US and UK, ultimately becoming Executive Director and Asia-Pacific business group leader at Mercer Wealth Solutions.

 

Executive Manager, Musica Viva Australia

Trish has spent over 30 years in arts management in Australia, first as CountryWide and Export Manager at Musica Viva, then as Relationship Manager in the Major Performing Arts division at the Australia Council for the Arts. She is now enjoying her second placement at Musica Viva. She has sat on the Board of the Australian Youth Orchestra, served as Chair at Arts on Tour and on the Board of Governors of the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotion. At Musica Viva from 1983-2002 she was also responsible for curating and implementing the Cultural Relations Program for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) internationally.

 

Associate Professor, Universal Business School Sydney

Wayne is an Associate Professor at the Universal Business School Sydney and brings his wealth of experience in accounting, teaching and business in a number of national and international companies over a commercial career spanning over forty years. His senior finance positions include National Finance Director for Ernst & Young and Finance Director for the Bank of New Zealand in Australia. Wayne has experience across many industries including manufacturing, services, logistics and teaching. Wayne is a qualified CPA, a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders and was a graduate member of the Australian Institutes of Company Directors.

 

Managing Director, OCT Emissions Solutions
Marni is a leader of Deloitte’s Emissions Solutions offering, a technology incubation program delivering large scale climate action. As an experienced Sustainability executive, Marni brings an energetic and pragmatic approach to developing and delivering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategies to enable operations to move forward on their sustainability programs. As a power electrical engineer with over 20 years of experience in business and engineering roles, she is drawn towards cross-sector
collaborations to drive industry defining solutions. Marni has a demonstrated history of working commercial and philanthropic
partnerships. Marni holds Board roles with Pollinate Group, and the Global Institute of Intrapreneurs.

 

CEO Anglicare Community Services

Simon was recently appointed as the CEO of Anglicare, moving on from his previous role as Managing Director and Senior Partner at Boston Consulting Group. He founded and now leads BCG’s AI and advanced analytics business ‘GAMMA’ across the Asia-Pacific. He has deep experience in government, having held executive roles with both the Australian and NSW Governments. Simon serves as Chair of Mission Australia Housing and as a non-executive director at Mission Australia and Trinity Grammar School.

 

Artistic Director

Claire Edwardes OAM has been the sole Artistic Director of Ensemble Offspring for 7 years and previously was co-director with composer Damien Ricketson for almost 10 years. She has over 25 years experience as a professional percussionist and is acknowledged as a long-term leader in Australia’s musical landscape. Having built her career on the development of innovative projects and programs, Claire has presented and produced music at many levels of the Australian and international music scenes. She is the only Australian to win the APRA Art Music Award for Excellence by an Individual three times and is a committed advocate of gender equity in music.

 

Clarinettist

Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most versatile clarinettists, spanning the classical to highly experimental and improvisatory genres. As a core member of Ensemble Offspring for 20 years, Jason has performed contemporary new music at festivals from Warsaw to London, Shanghai to Kabul and around Australia, working largely with living composers. His album releases include THRUM (2020) and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017). Jason collaborates with emerging composers, and is an in-demand music educator and examiner. He has been invited to teach two winter academies at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul, and maintains links with staff and students there.

 

Dr. Anthony Lowe

Chief Executive Officer, TAD

Anthony is Chief Executive Officer at TAD, Vice President of TAD Australia, and Convenor of Actuaries Institute’s Public Policy Council Committee. He was formerly Chief Executive Officer at Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, co-lead of the National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Griffith University. Prior to joining Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, Anthony was Chief Operating Officer at the National Breast Cancer Foundation. He has held senior executive positions in the financial services industry in Australia, the US and UK, ultimately becoming Executive Director and Asia-Pacific business group leader at Mercer Wealth Solutions.

 

Trish Ludgate

Executive Manager, Musica Viva Australia

Trish has spent over 30 years in arts management in Australia, first as CountryWide and Export Manager at Musica Viva, then as Relationship Manager in the Major Performing Arts division at the Australia Council for the Arts. She is now enjoying her second placement at Musica Viva. She has sat on the Board of the Australian Youth Orchestra, served as Chair at Arts on Tour and on the Board of Governors of the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotion. At Musica Viva from 1983-2002 she was also responsible for curating and implementing the Cultural Relations Program for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) internationally.

 

Wayne Smithson

Associate Professor, Universal Business School Sydney

Wayne is an Associate Professor at the Universal Business School Sydney and brings his wealth of experience in accounting, teaching and business in a number of national and international companies over a commercial career spanning over forty years. His senior finance positions include National Finance Director for Ernst & Young and Finance Director for the Bank of New Zealand in Australia. Wayne has experience across many industries including manufacturing, services, logistics and teaching. Wayne is a qualified CPA, a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders and was a graduate member of the Australian Institutes of Company Directors.

 

Marni Oaten

Managing Director, OCT Emissions Solutions
Marni is a leader of Deloitte’s Emissions Solutions offering, a technology incubation program delivering large scale climate action. As an experienced Sustainability executive, Marni brings an energetic and pragmatic approach to developing and delivering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategies to enable operations to move forward on their sustainability programs. As a power electrical engineer with over 20 years of experience in business and engineering roles, she is drawn towards cross-sector
collaborations to drive industry defining solutions. Marni has a demonstrated history of working commercial and philanthropic
partnerships. Marni holds Board roles with Pollinate Group, and the Global Institute of Intrapreneurs.

 

Simon Miller

CEO Anglicare Community Services

Simon was recently appointed as the CEO of Anglicare, moving on from his previous role as Managing Director and Senior Partner at Boston Consulting Group. He founded and now leads BCG’s AI and advanced analytics business ‘GAMMA’ across the Asia-Pacific. He has deep experience in government, having held executive roles with both the Australian and NSW Governments. Simon serves as Chair of Mission Australia Housing and as a non-executive director at Mission Australia and Trinity Grammar School.

 

Claire Edwardes

Artistic Director

Claire Edwardes OAM has been the sole Artistic Director of Ensemble Offspring for 7 years and previously was co-director with composer Damien Ricketson for almost 10 years. She has over 25 years experience as a professional percussionist and is acknowledged as a long-term leader in Australia’s musical landscape. Having built her career on the development of innovative projects and programs, Claire has presented and produced music at many levels of the Australian and international music scenes. She is the only Australian to win the APRA Art Music Award for Excellence by an Individual three times and is a committed advocate of gender equity in music.

 

Jason Noble

Clarinettist

Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most versatile clarinettists, spanning the classical to highly experimental and improvisatory genres. As a core member of Ensemble Offspring for 20 years, Jason has performed contemporary new music at festivals from Warsaw to London, Shanghai to Kabul and around Australia, working largely with living composers. His album releases include THRUM (2020) and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017). Jason collaborates with emerging composers, and is an in-demand music educator and examiner. He has been invited to teach two winter academies at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul, and maintains links with staff and students there.

 

Dr. Anthony Lowe

Chair

Trish Ludgate

Deputy Chair

Wayne Smithson

Treasurer

Marni Oaten

Regular Member

Simon Miller

Regular Member

Claire Edwardes

Regular Member

Jason Noble

Regular Member

Patron

Shane Simpson AM

Shane Simpson AM

Special Counsel, Simpson Solicitors

Shane Simpson AM is a chairman of Studio A and a director of the UNSW Foundation. He is also on the Council of the National Library of Australia and is the independent director on several private foundations. Shane Simpson was the founder of the Arts Law Centre of Australia and the Prelude Project (a national network of composer houses). He is Special Counsel at Simpsons Solicitors, a firm specialising in the arts, entertainment, cultural property and copyright. He was formerly chair of the Bundanon Trust; Advisory Council of the Faculty of Art + Design, UNSW; The Aboriginal Benefits Foundation; the NSW Film and Television Office and Museums and Galleries NSW and a non-executive director on numerous boards in the cultural industries including the Australian Maritime Museum the New Zealand Film Commission, the Australian National Academy of Music, the National Association for the Visual Arts, the Crafts Council of Australia, the Music Council of Australia and the Copyright Agency. He is the author of many books including the classic, ‘Music Business’.

Staff

Ella Howard

Producer

With fifteen years experience in arts management, working and liaising with the largest and busiest arts companies in the country, Ella has demonstrated a strong passion and commitment to contributing to the artistic and cultural landscape of Australia. Prior to joining Ensemble Offspring, Ella enjoyed a decade long career in orchestra management at Opera Australia (OA), having worked on diverse projects such as Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, OA’s New Years Eve Gala, OA and The Australian Ballet’s main stage seasons at the Sydney Opera House. Ella is a trained clarinettist having completed a BMus in Performance at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music.

Angus Davison

Development Manager

Angus Davison is a composer, educator, and arts administrator. He is a collaborator of Ensemble Offspring, having participated in the 2019 Hatched Academy Composer Summer School, and is excited to further the Ensemble’s support of living music as Development Manager. Angus’s music has been performed in Australia, Europe, and the US. Recent highlights have included premieres by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at Hamer Hall, Omega Ensemble at the Sydney Opera House, and the ‘Audience Choice Award’ at the Tampa Bay Symphony 5th International Composition Prize. In 2022-23, Angus is working on several compositions for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

Ben Robinson

Marketing Administrator

Ben Robinson is a versatile composer with a flair for rhythmically exciting chamber music and captivating melodic gestures. A graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium, he was awarded the Raymond Hanson Memorial Prize by his tutors for excellence in composition. Ben’s music creates an engaging journey through agile and colourful ideas which appeal to a wide audience. Recent works include commissions for The ANAM Set and Ensemble Apex, plus works for the Australian Youth Orchestra and Ensemble Offspring! His teacher and mentor Paul Stanhope writes, “Ben’s achievements speak for themselves, as does his strong sense of a compositional voice.”

Eitan Muir

Administrator

Eitan Muir is an electric guitarist with particular interests in chamber music, improvised music and Balinese gamelan. He currently plays in improvising quintet Anoesis (2MBS Fine Music Jazz Artists-In-Residence 2021; 2nd place, Bucharest International Jazz Competition 2019) and experimental guitar duo Rich Fish. Eitan has been fortunate to work alongside artists from a breadth of practices including producer Sam Antony, baglama virtuoso Muharrem Aslan, poet-pianist Annabelle Riger Bregovic and dancer Sarah Elliot. Eitan’s works have seen performances by the Satsuki Odamura Koto Ensemble, Sydney-based Balinese gamelan Suwitra Jaya and the UNSW Jazz Orchestra.

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Associate Artists

BREE VAN REYK

Much loved drummer, percussionist and composer who has performed with EO for over 20 years, writing several works for us including Light for the First Time. Info

ZUBIN KANGA

London-based Australian pianist who has a 20+ year history with EO. As Director of Cyborg Soloists in the UK he is at the cutting edge of musical innovation. Info

FREYA SCHACK-ARNOTT

Danish/Australian contemporary young cellist who has been an integral part of Ngarra Burria: First Nations Composers, Seven Stories and much more. Info

ROLAND PEELMAN

Flamboyant and inspiring Artistic Director of Canberra International Music Festival, pianist and regular conductor of Ensemble Offspring when we need one. Info

WILL HANSEN

Up-and-coming Sydney-based double bassist who hails from Toowoomba and was Ensemble Offspring’s 2020/2021 Hatched Academy Associate Artist. Info

ANDREW BLANCH

Formidable guitarist with a passion for trying new things on guitar. He was part of The Surge, -barra and Ngarra Burria: First Nations Composers 2022. Info

EMILY GRANGER

“Chicago’s great loss and our great gain” – American harpist based in Sydney with a penchant for commissioning and collaborating on new music. Info

KIRSTY MCCAHON

Australia’s leading practitioner of historical performance on double bass and violone. Previous member of the Brandenburg Orchestra and Elision Ensemble. Info

ALEXANDRA OSBORNE

Australian violinist who has recently returned home after many years in the USA performing with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington. Info

BERNADETTE HARVEY

Sister of the famous Harvey clan, and a cracking pianist and chamber musician who performs regularly for Musica Viva and teaches at the Sydney Conservatorium. Info

NARDI SIMPSON

Famously a member of the Stiff Gins and a highly sought-after Yuwaalaraay composer of notated music and EO’s First Nations Composer in Residence 2021. Info

ERIC AVERY

Ngiyampaa, Yuin, Bandjalang and Gumbangirr violinist, dancer, composer and artist who has performed with Yo-Yo Ma and Tina Arena. Info

BOB SCOTT

Dodgy Sound head man and the most versatile sound designer in the trade for new music, working often with the ACO and many EO collaborators. Info

PEACHEY & MOSIG

Paul Mosig and Rachel Peachey are a Blue Mountains-based video artists who lend a unique sense of creativity to their video work for new music. Info

HOSPITAL HILL

Run by Matt McGuigan, Hospital Hill are some of the most experienced video documentation people in Sydney, having created most of EO’s recent video content. Info

PERCUSSION AUSTRALIA

Synergy and Taikoz recently became Percussion Australia, an exciting home for two globally recognised percussion ensembles with festival and training arms. Info

MOOGAHLIN PERFORMING ARTS

Resident at Carriageworks, Sydney’s pre-eminent First Nations theatre group present new work and are partners on Ngarra-Burria: First Peoples Composers. Info

SYDNEY CHAMBER OPERA

A fresh and youthful answer to some of the difficult questions facing opera today. Resident at Carriageworks and directed by esteemed composer Jack Symonds. Info

Company Plans and Reports

Ensemble Offspring Commitment to First Nations Artists 2022

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2021

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Strategic Plan 2021-2024

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2020

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2019

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2018

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2017

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2016

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2015

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2014 - Part 1

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2014 - Part 2

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2013

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Ensemble Offspring Annual Report 2012

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