We’re going to print!
In 2018, CutCommon will launch its first ever print magazine. And as far as we know, it’ll also be the first street press publication in Australia dedicated to sharing the stories of young and emerging classical musicians.
You’ll be able to pick up a copy of CutCommon’s physical edition for free when you visit one of the 50+ top-secret venues in our roving launch, which we’ll announce soon enough. (Subscribe to CutCommon, and we’ll post one straight to your door, too.)
But leading up to our 2018 launch, we’re going to bring you our writer line-up – so join us as we celebrate and reveal the talent working hard behind the scenes to craft this bold new national magazine.
WRITERS IN PRINT!
Jaslyn Robertson, VIC
Jaslyn Robertson is a Melbourne-based composer. Exploring new sounds and textural possibilities attracts her to the use of electronic processing, extended techniques, and alternate tuning systems.
She has composed for world-class performers including the Swiss ensemble Vortex, Tristram William, the Argonaut String Quartet and Landesjugendensemble Neue Musik Berlin. Her work has
received multiple performances in Germany, including at the Deutsche Oper as part of Klangwerkstatt Festival für Neue Musik Berlin, as well as in Italy.
Locally, she has had works performed at Tilde New Music Festival, the Bendigo International Festival for Exploratory Music, and the Future Creatives Festival that she runs with a collective of students.
Jaslyn Robertson coordinates CutCommon’s Queer and Now series.