Kathryn Robinson
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Kathryn’s interests are broad and not restricted to music. Being a musician herself and completing a Bachelor of Music in Classical Flute at the ANU, Kathryn listens to a wide range of music from Baroque to the music of in the late 20th – 21st century and now, Jazz, folk, pop, electronic and anything in between. She is however most interested in the music and performances that pushes the boundaries, searching for something new that may challenge not only the way we think about music, but the way we think about ourselves and the world in which we live.

Ensemble Offspring’s Kontiki Racket festival: innovation, diversity and pushing boundaries

Giving access to the world of new music. The exploratory nature of Ensemble Offspring is important to the future of music making, both generally and in Australia specifically.

A great variety of wind quintets and community feel from Sirius Ensemble

Elena Kats-Chernin captivated the audience, Christine Draeger showcased their rich sound, Andrew Schultz was intriguing, Julio Medaglia was fun, Nielsen a great way to finish

Ironwood performs composers whose styles were informed by Haydn with great sensitivity

A well-focused musical snapshot into this time in history and the intimate setting allowed the audience to really be a part of that experience.

Australia Ensemble were raising sparks!

What an inspiring concert to hear! A luscious 20th century program and Raising Sparks by James MacMillan. It truly had some beautiful moments.

Jane Sheldon’s Symbiosis

As Jane explained at the beginning of the concert on Friday night, Symbiosis, from Ancient Greek meaning “together” and “living”, it is the close and often long-term interaction between two or more different biological species. “These hour-long programs are designed…

Goldner String Quartet at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music

The Goldner String Quartet is an ensemble of outstanding musicians, this concert clearly show casing their unified understanding and sensitivity to the music of the 19th century repertoire. The internationally significant Australian quartet was able to capture the audience and…