Music and Memory
with Andrew Ford
Talks / Lecture
Award-winning composer Andrew Ford will share insights into the creative process of composing, exploring the relationship between music and memory, reflecting on the role that music plays in our lives.
Andrew Ford is a composer, writer and broadcaster who has won awards in each of those capacities, including the 2004 Paul Lowin Prize for his song cycle Learning to Howl, a 2009 Green Room Award for his opera Rembrandt's Wife and the 2012 Albert H Maggs Prize for his large ensemble piece, Rauha.
Andrew is ANU Coombs Creative Arts Fellow and this lecture is one event in a program featuring his writing and music.
Light refreshments and a book signing will take place in the Foyer following the lecture.
In association with the ANU School of Music.
Image: Andrew Ford, courtesy Jim Rolon.