Jon Rose

curation Improvisation Violin

Jon Rose’s primary work is The Relative Violin, which includes innovation in the fields of new instrument design, environmental performance, new instrumental techniques, radiophonic works, and the development of interactive electronics. As an improvising violinist, Rose is featured regularly in the main festivals of New Music, jazz, and Performance and Sound Art. He has appeared on 100+ albums and worked with many of the innovators and mavericks in contemporary music. Rose was honoured with 2012 The Australia Council's major prize, the Don Banks Award for lifetime achievement and contribution to Australian music. He is author of several books including Music of Place: Reclaiming a Practice. Rose curates The Rosenberg Museum, his own violin museum of 1,000+ artefacts.

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