RPM Electro perform 'The Open Road' at Theater Dakota 12 October 2013
(photo by Ed Jansen)
Ensemble Offspring perform 'Fern' at Theater Dakota 12 October 2013
(photo by Ed Jansen)
'To that which is endless' soundsculpture by Kate Moore on exhibition
5-6 September 2013 Creatief Warenhuis HOOP Museumnacht
with performance of 'To that which is endless' performed by Michaela Riener, Pete Harden, Marc Kaptijn, Kate Moore and Johan Nieuwenhuize
Kate Moore - Ephemere Series Studio Loos 11-4-2013
(from video documentation)
Kate Moore - Cross-linx festival 2013
The Grand Band performs - Sensitive Spot at Le Poisson Rouge NYC, August 7, 2012 - Lisa Moore, Vicky Chow, Isabelle O'connell, David Friend, Paul Kerekes, Blair Mcmillan (photo by Karen Chester)
Saskia Lankhoorn and Kate Moore - Sensitive Spot at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam April 13, 2012
Kate Moore - Korzo Theater - Debris and Alchemy - March 23 2012
photo by Co Broerse
Ensemble Klang + Michaela Riener and Kate Moore perform Debris and Alchemy
Dakota Theater October 29, 2011
Uisce performed at Hoogtij - May 27 2011
Trio Scordatura perform Pelicans - Hoogtij - May 27 2011
Kate Moore performs Stories for Ocean Shells - Hoogtij - February 28 2011
Site specific sound installation performed by Kate Moore - Multi-track Fender
rhodes piano @ Test Extra Het Nutshuis - The Hague
2010 Carlsbad Festival of Music
The Calder Quartet perform commissioned piece "Violins and Skeletons"
by Kate Moore
Performed by The Bang On A Can All-Stars on tour to The Hague in 2010. Great pleasure working with the ensemble!
composer Kate Moore, cellist Ashley Bathgate, composer Oscar Bettison
bass Robert Black, cello Ashley Bathgate, clarinet Evan Ziporyn
Performed by ASKO November 12 and 14, a new work commissioned by ASKO with the assistance of NFPK+ featuring Dirk Luijmers on Harmonium and an original instrument designed for the piece by Kate Moore. The program featured a retrospective of works by one of Kate's esteemed teachers Martijn Padding and a new work by Anke Brouwer.
Exhibition featuring video and photographic installations by Dennis Del Favero with music by Kate Moore.
Opened by Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Opening Thursday 29 October 6-8pm
Exhibition 29 October - 19 November 2009
Left to right: Kate Moore (composer), Dennis Del Favero (video and photography), Elizabeth Ann MacGregor (Director, Museum of Contemporary Art), Andrew Dalton and Joanne Cunningham (Life Models), Karla Urizar (designer) Stephen Sewell (script writer)
Lure Allure Illusion exhibition (March 2009)
Gaffa Gallery Surrey Hills Sydney
Kate Moore performs 'Lyre' on Stroe violin
Open studio works in progress.
These sound sculptures were built at an artist in residence program at Laughing Waters Road in Eltham, Victoria, Australia. This event also featured work by my colleague installation artist Kath Fries who built fragile miniature installations featuring thread spider webs, mirrors and copper spirals. My work was to create mini sound sculptures that captured and amplified the sounds of the property.
Andreas Kuck (dancer), Juan Martinez (percussion), Choreography: Neel Verdoorn,
Composition: Kate Moore, Original instrument design: Kate Moore, Lights: Roland van Ulden,
Technician: Peter Lemmens, Photography: Benschop
Korzo Theater production, performed by Michaela Riener (mezzo), Eva Tebbe (harp),
Eef van Breen (trumpet and voice), Marc Kaptijn (trumpet), Jan van Eindthoven (actor),
composition and sound by Kate Moore, directed by Matthias Mooij
Tour to China
In 2008, being the recipient of an Australia-China Council Grant, Kate travelled to China to work with pianist Ross Carey, giving performances and workshops at the Sichuan conservatory in Chengdu and the China Conservatorium in Beijing in connection with the international congress on women in music.
Kate Moore (composer) with Ross Carey (pianist and composer) and Professor Hu Xiao (composer) in Chengdu, China, April 2008
Korzo Theatre Production, September 2007
Music Theatre by Kate Moore (composer) and Matthias Mooij (director)
Performers: Joa Hug (physical actor) and Saskia Lankhoorn (piano)
Joa Hug and Saskia Lankhoorn
score and installation
This piece was written at an artist in residence on Inishlacken (Ireland), an artist residence curated by Rosie McGurran. The work was premiered by The Song Company during MODART07 in Sydney (Australia) and has since been on tour to the Redhouse Arts Centre Syracuse NY (USA) and The Galway Arts Centre (Ireland).
some photos from this magical deserted island
Eclipsed Vision (2006)
score and installation for voices
This piece was written at an artist in residence at Bundanon in NSW Australia. The work was premiered at MassMoCA in America at the Bang on a Can summer institute. It is now held at ANU Canberra School of Music (Australia).This work is featured in the Bundanon Trust Artist collection. more info
Performance of Eclipsed Vision at MassMoCA during Bang on a Can Summer Festival 2007
(photos by Tim Hansen)
Original performance of Sensitive Spot - March 2006
Performed by Modelo62
Faces Festival 2003
of The Wind is a music play performed by four singers and a cellist in
a white box. This piece was premiered at The Faces Festival Den Haag in
Sound Waves (2001)
Floating Sound Sculpture
Designed, constructed and built by Jade Oakley (sculptress) and Kate Moore (composer/artist).
This piece was built during the Floating Land Festival in Noosa, Australia.
In 2001 Kate Moore was awarded a prize that enabled her to travel to the Paris conservatoire to work with resident ensemble Syntonia who premiered her winning piece "Sketches of Stars" for string quartet.
Empty Space (2001)
Interactive Sound installation
8 channel electro-acoustic composition with original instrument designed and composed by Kate Moore with interior design of space by Jade Oakley. Assisted by Duratone and the Canberra Contemporary Art Space. Venue: Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka ACT, Australia. The piece was created at the Australian Centre for Arts and Technology ACT.
visitors making music with original instrument with the sound they make becoming part of the 8 channel electro-acoustic composition
sound, water and video installation
Collaboration between Kate Moore (composer/ sound artist) and Ronald Aveling (video/ installation artist)
Sound and water sculpture/ electro-acoustic composition by Kate Moore.
The sound waves from the musical composition cause wave patterns in the water creating a visual distortion of light.
with video images by Ronald Aveling reflected onto the surface of the water