Born: b. 1959
Received his B.A. in Cello Performance and Composition from the Canberra School of Music in 1984
Best Known For:
His influence on new Australian choral music
"die Dunkle erde"; "Kungala"; "Ngana"
Served as the composer for the Tasmanian Dance Company, National Music Camp, St. Peters Lutheran College, Sydney Youth Orchestra, and Marktoberdorf Musik Akademy ; Served as a guest conductor for the Formosa Choir; Founded vOiCeArT and The Australian Voices; Taught Composition and Improvisation at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University; Serves on the Board of the International Federation for Choral Music
Great Southern Spirits; Between Two Horizons