Category Archives: Past Events

Brunswick Bluestone, The Orbweavers, Brunswick Music Festival – 5th March 2019

Wowee The Letter is lucky to be joining the glorious Orbweavers for this year’s Brunswick Music Festival. The Orbweavers are just so mind-blowingly lovely and their music makes me love our world more and more.

Definitely make it to this one!

See the Brunswick Music Festival website, Facebook, or the Orbweavers (and maybe pick up a copy of their new album!) for details and tickets.

The Enchanted Island, Van Diemen’s Band, 10 Days on the Island Festival – 16th March 2019

After a truly epic Tasmanian adventure in February, involving a boat and a chamber organ and a dodgy car battery, I’ll be taking the plane to Tassie this March for the awesome 10 Days on the Island Festival. Come and enjoy a glass or two of vino and listen to Van Diemen’s Band playing the glorious music of Händel!

Details and tickets at 10 Days on the Island Festival website or Van Diemen’s Band.

Van Diemen’s Band

Tilde New Music Academy 2019 – 14-18th January 2019

It’s time for Tilde New Music Festival and the 2019 Tilde New Music Academy!

If you missed hearing the premiere performance at last year’s BIFEM, you can catch the Melbourne premiere of The Target Has Disappeared with the extremely excellent Natasha Anderson on Wednesday 16th. I will also be performing in a tutors’ concert on Thursday 17th. 

See Tilde New Music and Sound Art for all details of the entire week of amazing things! 

3MBS broadcast with Dr Donna Coleman – 14 February 2019

In January, I had the great pleasure of working with the indomitable Donna Coleman on her two-hour Illuminations project for 3MBS. This Valentine’s Day, you can listen to Donna discussing The Boston Six group of American composers and hear her amazing playing at 103.5 FM.

I’m joining Donna for two works by the very excellent Amy Marcy Cheney Beach.

You can listen to the programme for one week following the 14th February as a podcast, at

Van Diemen’s Band with Thomas Flint – 14 February 2019

Musica Viva Tasmania are hosting Van Diemen’s Band in this performance of Abendmusik with UK Bass soloist Thomas Flint.

For this concert I’ll be going on a voyage across Bass Strait with VDB’s brand new chamber organ in the back of my trusty station wagon to make sure we’ve got an organ for the concert, so you should really make an effort to come and hear it!

Head to Musica Viva for details and tickets.