Shop: Stephen de Filippo

Perth contemporary classical composer Stephen de Filippo is studying composition at The University of Western Australia, receiving guidance from James Ledger and Dr. Christopher Tonkin. His background is in choral and vocal music and he has collaborated with groups including Gondwana Chorale, The Luminescence Chamber Singers, and The Winthrop Singers. This year, de Filippo received the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Young & Emerging Artist award for composition, and composed a work for WASO’s chamber orchestra. His piece Monologue II: Azande was premiered in 2015 at Amsterdam’s Day of Bass Clarinet (bassklarinetdag) and is included in the Netherland’s Bass Clarinet Festival (Basklarinet Festijn) in 2016.


 

stephen de filippoErmine Toque. Stephen de Filippo, 2015. For woodwind quartet, instrumentation: alto flute, oboe, Bb clarinet, bassoon.
stephen de filippoMonologue I (2). Stephen de Filippo, 2015. Score for solo baritone saxophone. Includes performance notes for extended techniques.
stephen de filippoMonologue II: Azande. Stephen de Filippo, 2015. Score for solo bass clarinet. Includes performance notes for extended techniques. Premiered by Fie Schouten 2015 at (bass)clarinetday, Amsterdam, as part of the Bass Clarinet Miniatures Competition.
stephen de filippoPeccantem me quotidie: Matins for the Dead (7th response). Stephen de Filippo, 2015. Score for unaccompanied choir and soloists, includes Latin text with English translation, and piano part for rehearsal. Composed through the participation in Gondwana Choirs National Choral Camp 2015, premiered by Gondwana Choral, directed by Carl Crossin OAM & Paul Holley, 2015 in Sydney.
CoverEcce Homo (score). Stephen de Filippo, 2013. Text by Elizabeth Riddell (1910-1998). Score for SSAATTBB. Premiere performance by the Winthrop Singers of the University of Western Australia.
CoverEcce Homo (recording). Stephen de Filippo, 2013. Text by Elizabeth Riddell (1910-1998). Score for SSAATTBB. Premiere performance by the Winthrop Singers of the University of Western Australia.

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