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[Past event] Convent Live and ANAM Present: Diametric Convergences

When

Friday 8 July
Doors: 7pm
Show: 7.30pm - 8.15pm

Saturday 9 July
Doors: 1.30pm
Show: 2pm - 2.45pm

Where

North Magdalen Laundry

Cost

Full Price: $15
Concession: $10

Duration: 45mins

Website

diametricconvergences.com/

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When

Friday 8 July
Doors: 7pm
Show: 7.30pm - 8.15pm

Saturday 9 July
Doors: 1.30pm
Show: 2pm - 2.45pm

Where

North Magdalen Laundry

Cost

Full Price: $15
Concession: $10

Duration: 45mins

Website

diametricconvergences.com/

Book Now

Convent Live presents Diametric Convergencesan interrogation of gesture, tactility and sound.

David Moran (Celloist) and Iran Sanadzadeh (Pressure Sensitive Floors) connect acoustic and electronic instruments, inviting audiences to examine the visual and the sonic with equal attention.

Over two days the lofty North Magdalen Laundry will be imbued with the mysterious sounds of The Floors and the direct physicality of the cello. The pair will showcase a musical program featuring a suite of their most recent works, composed and recorded in 2021 through the support by Arts SA.

About

David Moran is a Melbourne-based cellist specialising in the interpretation of new and exploratory music. He is renowned for performances of challenging contemporary solo cello repertoire, collaborates regularly with composers, improvises, and composes. Recent accolades include 5-star reviews in Limelight for Kate Neal’s While You Sleep at Canberra International Music Festival 2022, and for his performances in 1:1 for the Adelaide Festival, 2021. In 2020 he was awarded Chamber Music Adelaide’s Young Artist Award. David is a graduate of the Adelaide University where he completed Honours with First Class in 2015, as well as the Professional Performance Program at the Australian National Academy of Music (2019) where he studied under Howard Penny. He is currently completing a Master of Arts (music performance) degree at Monash University researching the impacts of extended techniques on virtuosity concepts under the supervision of Professor Cat Hope and
Dr Anna McMichael. David is part of a musical duo with Dr Iran Sanadzadeh (electronics) and is a regular casual cellist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. View some of David’s work here.

Iran Sanadzadeh is a performer and composer. Her work explores the possible relationships between movement and sound using her set of pressure-sensitive floors, which she started by studying and expanding the pioneering work of Philippa Cullen and her instrument. She has a Ph.D. in finite element modelling for musical acoustics. Her other research and collaborative work focuses on interaction design for music, movement and dance. Read more here.

Accessibility

The North Magdalen Laundry is universally accessible. Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available within the venue

Please also see the Convent’s COVID Safe Plan here.

3MBS is a Convent Live media partner. 

Thanks to the generous support of The Bowness Family Foundation and The Angior Family Foundation.