Sideband began as a recording project initiated by emerging Australian composers Tristan Coelho, Brad Gill and Peter McNamara in 2012, and has since evolved into a composer-performer collective. The group's mission is to create, present, develop and promote new and innovative repertoire for the collective, particularly incorporating live electronics and multi-media through dynamic recordings and performances.
YouTube Video: Josquin Study by Brad Gill
Sideband CD: Buy
Soundcloud Excerpt: Failing Hard Drive Study by Tristan Coelho.
Upcoming Events and Activities
Sideband: Continents (Concert).
When: Sunday April 23 2017
Where: St Luke's Anglican Church Hall, 11 Stanmore Rd Enmore
Cost: $15/ $10 Concession (Cash only at the door)
Sideband's first concert for 2017 will feature 2 new works receiving their world premiere, including Sarah Thompson's The Music Box commissioned by Sideband for Vibraphone and electronics, and Peter McNamara's Transfigured Continent for indeterminate ensemble and film. Aristea Mellos' work Seasonal Flocking for soprano and percussion will receive it's Australian premiere, and the concert will also feature the solo works Solace by Tristan Coelho and Cadenza II by Peter McNamara.
Sideband CD Reviews
Sideband's inaugural CD has received a number of positive reviews from The Music Trust, Limelight Magazine and classikON. Visit the Reviews page for more information and links.
Sideband: in-between (CD).
We are currently in production of our second compact disc. This will feature works by Tristan Coelho, Brad Gill, Peter McNamara as well as established Australian composers Katia Tiutiunnik, and recently deceased, esteemed composers Roger Smalley and Bozidar Kos. Works including electronics and percussion will be particularly featured on this disc, which has been made possible by the Film Buff Production Company.