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Noisy Egg Creation Fund

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Donate today and create the music of tomorrow

Join us on a unique musical journey in creating the music of tomorrow; music that inspires and arouses, excites and provokes.

Noisy Egg Commissions: Donate to create and present new work that will be premiered by Ensemble Offspring. Donors will be invited to attend rehearsals and development of the new work and will be part of the creative journey. Previous commissions have included Elena Kats-Chernin and Juan Felipe Waller. See our previous and forthcoming commissions here.

Noisy Egg music of the future: We love making noise at Ensemble Offspring. Help us do this by contributing to music of the future through our Hatched Academy, fostering the talent of the next generation of performers and composers.

Noisy Egg Nests: Support a nest to nurture one of our Artistic Directors or performers who bring the music of tomorrow to life. As a nest donor, you can build a personal relationship with the person in your nest, and develop a special insight into their creative journey. Take a tour of our nests.

You can make your tax deductible donation through the Give Now website (donations over $2), or if you would like to donate through other means, please email our General Manager Janine (details below).

If you would like to support us in other ways, we would love to talk! You can email our General Manager, Janine Marshman on janine@ensembleoffspring.com or call her on 0421 238 636.

Noisy Egg Commissions: Your Creations

2016: Thomas MeadowcroftMedieval Rococo 12′  (flute, clarinet, clavichord, percussion, electronics)
Premiered 24th April 2016, Petersham Bowling Club

2016: Simon James PhilipsFlaw 35′  (organ, turntables, electronics, reel-to-reel tape machine, trumpet, percussion, double bass, cello, violins)
Watch video
Premiered with the Australian Art Orchestra, 23rd January 2016, Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

2015: Tristan Coelho, read/write error 13′ (flute, clarinet, clavichord, percussion, electronics)
Watch video
Premiered 25th October 2015, Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music 

2015: Felicity WilcoxUncovered Ground 11′ Joint commission with Ironwood (baroque string trio, flute, violin, bass clarinet, prepared piano, percussion)
Watch video | See supporters
Premiered 20th February 2015, Baha'i Centre Hobart

2014: Damien RicketsonThe Secret Noise 60′ (trio, dancers, actor)
Watch video | See supporters
Premiered 20th November 2014, Lower Sydney Town Hall

2014: Juan Felipe WallerDetone Retune 10′ (sextet) Listen | See supporters
Premiered 11th July 2014, Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

2013: Elena Kats CherninChromatica 4′ (trio) Watch video | See supporters
Premiered 14th July 2013, Petersham Bowling Club

Future Commissions

2016/2018: Alex Pozniak, New Work (octet) (premiere Kontiki Racket)
generously supported by Charles Davidson

2016: Holly Harrison, New Work (trio) (premiere Kontiki Racket)
generously supported by Penny Le Couteur and Greg Dickson

2017: Holly Harrison, New Work (sextet) (premiere 2017 All Women Series)
generously supported by Penny Le Couteur and Greg Dickson

2017: Annahita Abassi, New Work (trio featuring Jessica Aszodi) (premiere 2017 All Women Series)

2017: Lisa Illean, New Work (nonet) (premiere 2017 All Women Series)

2017: Bree van Reyk, New Work (performance installation) (premiere Sizzle 2017)

generously supported by Kim Williams

2017: Aviva Endean, New Work (performance installation) (premiere Sizzle 2017)

2017: Elizabeth Jigalin,  New Work (performance installation) (premiere Sizzle 2017)

generously supported by Kim Williams

2017: Melody Eotvos, New Work (duo) (premiere 2017 All Women Series)

generously supported by Kim Williams

2017: Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh (nonet) (premiere 2017 All Women Series)

generously supported by Kim Williams

2018: Chris Tonkin, New Work (premiere 2018)

Our Donors

We gratefully acknowledge all our donors for their generosity and support and welcome you into the Ensemble Offspring family.

Are donations tax deductible? Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved.

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