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Synopsis

Information and reviews of new cinema releases, film festivals and special screenings in and around Melbourne, interspersed with original scores written for the screen and established classical music used in film. Film scores is presented and produced by Richard Leathem. He has a long association with Melbourne screen culture. He has been the State Manager of the Australian Film Television and Radio School and Manager of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image Film Collection. He is a member of the Australian Film Critics Association and currently reviews films for The Lowdown Under.

Episodes

  • Lotte Betts Dean - Episode 8

    Lotte Betts Dean - Episode 8

    10/01/2021 Duration: 41min

    Lotte Betts-Dean born in Berlin, trained in Melbourne, and now living in London, Lotte Betts-Dean is an international Australian mezzo-soprano, specialising in chamber music, early music, and contemporary art song. She is passionate about cross-genre musical programming, and in this fascinating conversation unpacks her broad interests in music, diverse collaborations, and fascinating upbringing. Lotte Betts-Dean will be presenting some of her very own performances on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 17 January, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. This is the last in the 8-episode series of Musicmakers from 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. If you enjoyed this series and the Musicmakers feature broadcasts, please pass on your feedback to info@3mbs.org.au. *** Lotte’s music recommendations:Nick Drake: ‘Pink Moon’, ‘Things Behind the Sun’Errollyn Warren: ‘In our lifetime’ Australian Contemporary composers:Annie Hui-Hsin HsiehLisa IlleanConnor D’netto German/Austrian composers:Hanns Eisler - ‘The Hollywood Song book

  • Luke Severn - Episode 7

    Luke Severn - Episode 7

    27/12/2020 Duration: 30min

    As a Melbourne-based cellist, composer, and musical director Luke Severn has worked with the Monash Academy Orchestra, Melbourne Sinfonia, many chamber ensembles, as well as in festivals and chamber music series throughout Australia, Europe and North America. In this personal interview with Teddy Darling, he opens up about his collaborations with his performance partner, the talented pianist Elyane Laussade, in their debut recording project and celebration of queer composers,the album Humanation, as well as how he is developing his own voice as an emerging Australian contemporary composer. Join Luke and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast of Luke’s original music and live cello recordings on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 3 January, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next in the Musicmakers series, Teddy Darling returns to London to conclude the Musicmakers series with Australian mezzo soprano Lotte Betts-Dean to discover her cross-genre sty

  • Charlotte Miles - Episode 6

    Charlotte Miles - Episode 6

    14/12/2020 Duration: 30min

    The 2019 3MBS Young Performer of the Year, and the older sister of last week’s guest, Charlotte Miles earned her LMUS at 12 years old, came second in The Talent 3MBS at 14, and now 17 years old, she’s the youngest- ever student to be admitted to the Australian National Academy of Music. She has toured overseas with the Australian Youth Orchestra, placed in national and international music performance competitions, and is already demonstrating the kind of mature and developed technique of a musician twice her age. In this episode of Musicmakers, Teddy Darling and Charlotte Miles discuss her experiences at ANAM, cello technique, and her thoughts on live music and concert performance. Join Charlotte and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast of Charlotte’s music on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 20 December, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next on the podcast, Teddy Darling is joined by the Australian cellist and composer Luke Severn, to chat abo

  • Jamie Miles - Episode 5

    Jamie Miles - Episode 5

    29/11/2020 Duration: 30min

    At just 15 years old Jamie Miles is the youngest musicmaker in this podcast series - but don’t underestimate him, he may be still in high school but he’s a rising star in the making! Meet him at this very important stage of his musical journey to hear about his upbringing as a musical native, his exciting ideas about the nature and role of music, and explore his first major work of composition, his Suite for Solo Viola, in this interview with Teddy Darling. Join Jamie and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast of Jamie’s music on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 6 December, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next in the Musicmakers series, Teddy Darling meets the other half of the Miles Duo to explore the exciting cello adventures of Jamie’s older sister, Charlotte miles. *** Jamie’s music recommendations: Viola Sonata by Rebecca Clark. Tune into to the feature broadcast with Jamie Miles at 103.5FM, on digital, or stream it live at 3mbs.org.au..

  • Brown and Breen - Episode 4

    Brown and Breen - Episode 4

    15/11/2020 Duration: 46min

    Brown & Breen are an Australian piano duo who have shared their passion for Australian music from the Sydney Opera House to the concert halls of Boston, Bonnie Brown and Louisa Breen have toured Australian piano music and worked with some of the most iconic composers of our time. They get together, from Paris and Melbourne respectively, to chat about the challenges of piano performance, their love for Australian music, and their latest projects, in this interview with Teddy Darling. Join Bonnie, Louisa, and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast of piano music by Brown & Breen on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 6 December, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next in the Musicmakers series, Teddy Darling meets 15-year old violist Jamie Miles - the first in a two-part episode special covering Jamie and Charlotte Miles, unpacking the challenges and opportunities of being youth musicmakers and a performance duo. *** Bonnie’s music recommendati

  • Edward Willoughby - Episode 3

    Edward Willoughby - Episode 3

    31/10/2020 Duration: 35min

    Edward Willoughby a nonbinary and trans feminine composer and songwriter, Edward joins Teddy Darling from the forested mountains of outer Melbourne, where they have been developing and designing their forthcoming debut album in green solitude. They describe their emotional instrumental songwriting as neo-classical baroque pop, and in this interview they discuss the transportive nature of their music, seeking to draw complex connections through musical, emotional, and physical landscapes through a confessional and personal piano style. Join Edward and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a feature broadcast of Edward’s music and some of their inspirations on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 8 November, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next in the Musicmakers series, Teddy Darling dives deeper into the world of performance piano with Australian piano duo Brown & Breen, to explore their collaborations with Peter Sculthorpe and Ross Edwards, as well as the complexities of co

  • Quin Thomson - Episode 2

    Quin Thomson - Episode 2

    17/10/2020 Duration: 40min

    Episode #2: Quin ThomsonA musicmaker who truly defies categorisation, Quin Thomson has encompassed many musical identities including singer, contemporary composer, musical director and educator. They are currently based in Hobart, where they direct the Tasmanian Youth Orchestra choir, and lead the baroque chamber ensemble Sequenza Quartet. In 2018, they composed the groundbreaking work addressing colonisation and reconciliation the Tasmanian Requiem, and have had a wildly diverse, exciting, and international musical journey, navigating genres from Early Music and Baroque all the way to the avant-garde. Across both music and life, Quin and Teddy discuss themes including queerness and identity, historically-informed performance, and what it means to bridge both contemporary and early music genres. Join Quin and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 25 October, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Coming up next on the podcast

  • John Carmichael - Episode 1

    John Carmichael - Episode 1

    04/10/2020 Duration: 36min

    Recognised in 2011 for his contributions to the arts with the Medal of the Order of Australia, John Carmichael is a celebrated Australian composer and concert pianist. Discover the inspirations and relationships behind his music, as well as the influence of languages and cultures from his travels and career as a professional linguist, in this in-depth interview with 3MBS presenter Teddy Darling. Now celebrating his 90th birthday, this humble and generous musician has a wealth of life experience, advice, and exciting stories to share with 3MBS listeners. Join John and Teddy live for the musical sequel to this interview with a full-length feature broadcast on Melbourne in Concert at 6PM Sunday 11 October, only on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne.Next episode: Hobart-based nonbinary singer and composer Quin Thomson (Sunday 18 October). ***John's music recommendations:'Bluebeard's Castle' - a one-act opera by Béla BartókAlso check out the following composers: Maurice Ravel, plus Witold Lutosławski, Henri Dutilleux, Bret