Residence: Charlottetown, Canada
Kitty Xiao is an Australian composer, electronic musician and pianist based in Canada. Kitty’s works are fascinated by the physicality of sound, the movement of sound and interaction with sound as a living object. Central to her æsthetic is a search for unity in contemporary culture, human psyche, art and machine. Her music moves between the world of concert music to performing as an electronic artist of experimental noise and techno. Her music is represented by the Australian Music Centre and she is the current recipient of the 2020 Belle S. Gitelman Award, 2019 Howard Hanson Large Ensemble Prize and is an Alfred Kitchin scholar. Kitty holds a Master of Music (Composition) from the Eastman School of Music, a Master of Music (Performance) from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, a Master of Teaching and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Melbourne.
Date: April 25, 2021
Source: JTTP 2021
the intimacy of strangers (2021) Hamish Gould10:00