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Julian Curwin & Jane Sheldon


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‘Crossing’ is the new collaboration between classical soprano Jane Sheldon (Pinchgut Opera, The Song Company, Elena Kats-Chernin, John Zorn) and guitarist Julian Curwin (The Tango Saloon, The Mango Balloon, Cannibal Spiders, Monsieur Camembert). Though difficult to neatly categorise, a shared love for western film scores, folk song and early music may give some clues. ‘Crossing’ is music that evokes other lands, sometimes real, often imaginary.


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Julian Curwin & Jane Sheldon

(ROM014)   Released June 1, 2018

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Crossing album review

The Sydney Morning Herald (John Shand) August 3, 2018 (5 stars)

Out of the deluge of new music bursts an unexpected vision of beauty to rival Joseph Canteloube's Chants d'Auvergne. Part bucolic dream and part sonic rainbow (arching from the 13th century to now), this has guitarist Julian Curwin and soprano Jane Sheldon composing settings for assorted French, Spanish and English poetry of lost or unrequited love. Read more >

Crossing album review

The Music Trust (Alex Raineri) September 29, 2019

Crossing is a poetic, un-pretentious, lyrical, stunning, and captivating addition to the discography and body of repertoire of Australian art song.. Read more >

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