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Artist Profiles | Nicole Murphy

 Nicole Murphy, Composer

Nicole Murphy, Composer

Nicole Murphy’s ‘Temple Bell’ was an exquisite place to start: voices integrated seamlessly into the musical texture, with words coming later, all building to a delicate denouement.
— Sydney Morning Herald, 21 Nov 2011

Australian composer Nicole Murphy is the recipient of various awards, including the Theodore Front International Orchestral Prize (2013), the Definiens C3 International Composer’s Award (2011), the Alan Lane Award for Composition (2004), the Collusion/QCGU Composition Prize (2004), and the A.G. Francis Prize for Composition (2001). 

For the past decade Nicole has been presenting creative composition workshops and residencies in schools and communities throughout Australia, both independently and as a Composer-in-Residence for Musica Viva

Symphony Number One will be performing Nicole Murphy's Water Mirrors at Grace and St. Peter's Church in Baltimore on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 8:00p & Sunday, Oct. 18 at 3:00p.

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Symphony Number One is Baltimore's Newes Chamber Orchestra, devoted to substantial works by emerging composers.