APRA Music Awards of 2011

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APRA Music Awards of 2011
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Date 21 June 2011 (2011-06-21)
Location CarriageWorks
Sydney, Australia
Host Andrew Hansen
Chris Taylor
Official website apra-amcos.com.au/2011APRAMusicAwards/index.html
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The Australasian Performing Right Association Awards of 2011 (generally known as APRA Awards) are a series of related awards which include the APRA Music Awards, Art Music Awards, and Screen Music Awards. The APRA Music Awards of 2011 was the 28th annual ceremony by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) to award outstanding achievements in contemporary songwriting, composing and publishing.[1] The ceremony was held on 21 June 2011 at CarriageWorks in Sydney, Australia. The Art Music Awards were introduced in 2011 to replace the Classical Music Awards (last held in 2009) and were distributed on 3 May. They are sponsored by APRA and the Australian Music Centre (AMC) to "recognise achievement in the composition, performance, education and presentation of Australian music".[2] The Screen Music Awards were issued on 14 November by APRA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC) at the City Recital Hall, Sydney which "acknowledges excellence and innovation in the genre of screen composition".[3]

On 26 May nominations for the APRA Music Awards were announced on multiple news sources, with John Butler Trio being the most nominated artist.[4][5][6] This ceremony was hosted by comedians Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor. Also featured in the ceremony were cover versions of nominated works.[7] A total of 12 awards were presented.[8] Paul Kelly was honoured with the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.[9] Angus and Julia Stone tied with Jet for the most awards won that evening, the former winning both the Songwriter of the Year and the Song of the Year awards and the latter winning Most Played Australian Work and Rock Work of the Year for their song "Seventeen".[7]

Presenters[edit]

Performances[edit]

APRA Music Awards[edit]

Blues & Roots Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][10]
"10:10" – Beautiful Girls Matt McHugh N/A Nominated
"Close to You" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Won
"Don't Wait" – Beautiful Girls Matt McHugh N/A Nominated
"One Way Road" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Nominated
"Walking" – Ash Grunwald Ash Grunwald Mushroom Music Nominated

Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][11]
"Plans" – Birds of TokyoBirds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Nominated
Dark StormThe Jezabels Nikolas Kaloper, Samuel Lockwood, Hayley McGlone, Heather Shannon Mushroom Music Nominated
InnerSpeakerTame Impala Kevin Parker Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Nominated
"Letter" – Get Out While You CanDan Sultan Dan Sultan, Scott Wilson Mushroom Music Nominated
I Believe You LiarWashington Megan Washington J Albert & Son Won

Country Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][12]
"Can't Change a Thing" – Catherine Britt Catherine Britt, Melanie Horsnell EMI Music Publishing Australia, Perfect Pitch Publishing[note 1] Nominated
"Hell Yeah" – McAlister Kemp Drew McAlister, Troy Kemp ABC Music Publishing administered by Mushroom Music[note 2] Nominated
"Little Bird" – Kasey Chambers Kasey Chambers Mushroom Music Won
"Planet Country" – Lee Kernaghan Lee Kernaghan, Colin Buchanan, Matthew Scullion, Garth Porter Orient Pacific Music, Universal Music Publishing, Piney Range Publishing, Perfect Pitch Publishing[note 3] Nominated
"Wrapped Up Good" – The McClymonts Brooke McClymont, Mollie McClymont, Samantha McClymont, Nathan Chapman EMI Music Publishing Australia, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia[note 4] Nominated

Dance Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][13]
"Chemical Rush" – Brian McFadden Brian McFadden, Antonio Egizii, David Musumeci, James Maas Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia, EMI Music Publishing Australia[note 5] Nominated
"Free Fallin" – Zoe Badwi Amy Pearson, Cameron Denny, Paul Zala EMI Music Publishing Australia, PeppermintBlue Publishing administered by Warner Chappell Music Australia[note 6] Won
"Hello" – The Potbelleez Ilan Kidron, Jonathan Murphy, David Greene, Justin Shave, Marisa Lock MCDJ Music/Universal Music Publishing[note 7] Nominated
"Magic Fountain" – Art vs. Science James Finn, Daniel McNamee, Daniel Williams Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Nominated
"Sometimes" – Miami Horror Benjamin Plant, Daniel Whitechurch, Joshua Heptinstall N/A Nominated

International Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][14]
"California Gurls" – Katy Perry Calvin Broadus, Katheryn Hudson, Martin Sandberg, Lukasz Gottwald, Bonnie McKee, Benjamin Levin, Brian Wilson, Michael Love EMI Music Publishing Australia, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia, Warner Chappell Music Australia, Mushroom Music, J Albert & Son[note 8] Nominated
"Fireflies" – Owl City Adam Young Universal/MCA Music Publishing Nominated
"Hey, Soul Sister" – Train Patrick Monahan, Amund Bjørklund, Espen Lind EMI Music Publishing Australia Won
"O.M.G" – Usher Will Adams Mushroom Music Nominated
"Whataya Want from Me" – Adam Lambert Alecia Moore, Martin Sandberg, Johan Schuster EMI Music Publishing Australia, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia[note 9] Nominated

Most Played Australian Work[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][15]
"Burn Your Name" – Powderfinger Jonathan Coghill, John Collins, Bernard Fanning, Ian Haug, Darren Middleton Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia Nominated
"Close to You" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Nominated
"One Way Road" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Nominated
"Plans" – Birds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Nominated
"Seventeen" – Jet Chris Cester, Nick Cester, Cameron Muncey Mushroom Music Won

Rock Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][16]
"Baby I'm Getting BetterGyroscope Daniel Sanders, Robert Nassif, Brad Campbell, Zoran Trivic Mushroom Music Nominated
"Burn Your Name" – Powderfinger Jonathan Coghill, John Collins, Bernard Fanning, Ian Haug, Darren Middleton Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia Nominated
"Lying" – Amy Meredith Joel Chapman, Robert Conley, Christian Lo Russo Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Nominated
"Plans" – Birds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Nominated
"Seventeen" – Jet Chris Cester, Nick Cester, Cameron Muncey Mushroom Music Won

Song of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][17]
"Big Jet Plane" – Angus and Julia Stone Angus Stone, Julia Stone Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Won
"Clap Your Hands" – Sia Samuel Dixon, Sia Furler Mushroom Music, EMI Music Publishing Australia[note 10] Nominated
"Little Bird" – Kasey Chambers Kasey Chambers Mushroom Music Nominated
"Plans" – Birds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Nominated
"Revolution" – John Butler Trio John Butler Family Music Nominated

Urban Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8][18]
"Addicted" – Bliss N Eso Noam Dishon, Max MacKinnon, Jonathan Notley Mushroom Music Nominated
"Down By the River" – Bliss N Eso Nominated
"Light You Burned" – Hilltop Hoods Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert, Daniel Smith, Daniel Rankine Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia[note 11] Nominated
"Rapunzel" – Drapht Paul Ridge, Daniel Rankine, Larry Siler N/A Nominated
"Who's That Girl" – Guy Sebastian featuring Eve Guy Sebastian, Eve Jeffers Universal Music Publishing, Universal/MCA Music Publishing[note 12] Won

Most Played Australia Work Overseas[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[8]
"Highway to Hell" – AC/DC Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Ronald Scott J Albert & Son Won

Songwriter of the Year[edit]

  • Angus and Julia Stone[8]

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music[edit]

Art Music Awards[edit]

Work of the Year – Instrumental[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[19][20][21]
Fractured Again Damien Ricketson Ensemble Offspring Nominated
String Quartet No. 2 Paul Stanhope Pavel Haas Quartet Won

Work of the Year – Jazz[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[19][20][22]
Ashes to Ashes Johannes Luebbers Johannes Luebbers Dectet Won
That Which Is Not Fleeting Sean Foran Misinterprotato and Topology Nominated
The Gathering Stuart Hunter Stuart Hunter (piano), Simon Barker (drums), Cameron Undy (bass), Matthew Keegan (sax), Julien Wilson (sax), James Greening (tromebone/pocket trumpet) Nominated

Work of the Year – Orchestral[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[19][20][23]
A Dream of Drowning Andrew Ford / Tim Winton[note 13] West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Teddy Tahu Rhodes (soloist), Paul Daniel (conductor) Nominated
Chronicles James Ledger West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Paul Daniel (conductor) Won
Golden Kitsch Elena Kats-Chernin Sydney Youth Orchestra, Claire Edwardes (soloist) Nominated
Lightfall (for Horn and Orchestra) Christopher Gordon Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Robert Johnson (soloist), Richard Gill Nominated

Work of the Year – Vocal or Choral[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[19][20][24]
Beach Burial Andrew Schultz / Kenneth Slessor[note 14] Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Orchestra, Brett Weymark (conductor) Nominated
Deserts of Exile Paul Stanhope / Jabra Ibrahim Jabra[note 15] Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, Stephen Layton (conductor) Won
Iphighenia in Exile Helen Gifford / Richard Meredith[note 16] Aphids, Chamber Made Opera, Speak Percussion Nominated

Performance of the Year[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[19][20][25]
Refractions Anthony Pateras Clocked Out and Speak Percussion Nominated
From the Hungry Waiting Country Elliott Gyger / Vincent Buckley, William Hart-Smith, Gwen Harwood, A.D. Hope, Mark O'Connor, Elizabeth Riddell, Randolph Stow Halcyon Nominated
The Origin Cycle Elliott Gyger, Kate Neal, Barry Conyngham, Rosalind Page, Elena Kats-Chernin, Nicholas Vines, Paul Stanhope, Dan Walker Jane Sheldon (soprano), Ensemble Offspring, Roland Peelman (conductor) Won
Kalkadunga Man William Barton, Ross Edwards, Sarah Hopkins, Rosalind Page, Dan Walker The Song Company, William Barton (soloist) Nominated

Award for Excellence by an Organisation or an Individual[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[19][20][26]
Clocked Out 2009–2010 Annual Programs Won
Jane Sheldon, Peter Godfrey-Smith The Origin Cycle Project Nominated
Southern Cross Soloists 2009–2010 Annual Programs Nominated
Way Out West Developing Australian jazz music, touring nationally and internationally, innovative new work. Nominated

Award for Excellence in Music Education[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[19][20][27]
Cat Hope Contribution to Music Education in Western Australia Nominated
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre Composer-in-Focus 2010 with Ross Edwards Won
Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Commissioning Hide and Squeak by Damian Barbeler and the 2010 Kids Proms concerts Nominated
The Australian Voices Young Composers' School Nominated

Award for Excellence in a Regional Area[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[19][20][28]
Arts in the Valley 2009 Festival in Kangaroo Valley, NSW Nominated
Four Winds Festival 2010 Festival in Bermagui, NSW Nominated
Hunter Singers Commissioning and performing Australian Choral Music, NSW Nominated
Tura New Music 2009–2010 Regional Program, WA. Won

Award for Excellence in Experimental Music[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[19][20][29]
Cat Hope Decibel’s 2009–2010 Annual Programs Won
Damien Ricketson, Ensemble Offspring, Elaine Miles, Andrew Wholley, Paul Gough - Pimmon, Bob Scott, Matthew Marshall Fractured Again Project Nominated
Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey Constellation and Epi-thet Project Nominated

Screen Music Awards[edit]

Feature Film Score of the Year[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][31]
Mad Bastards Alex Lloyd, Alan Pigram, Stephen Pigram Nominated
Snowtown Jed Kurzel Won
Legend of the Guardians David Hirschfelder Nominated
The Way Back Burkhard Dallwitz Nominated

Best Music for an Advertisement[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][32]
Cascade – "The Feel" Blair Joscelyne Nominated
Pure Blonde – "Pardon" Ramesh Sathiah, Gerard Fitzgerald Nominated
SBS – "Films 2" Michael Yezerski Nominated
VW Passat – "Change Rooms" Elliott Wheeler Won

Best Music for Children's Television[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][33]
Giggle & Hoot: Christmas Special Sean Peter Nominated
Gravity Henrique Dib Nominated
K-9Series 1: Episode 26: "Eclipse of the Korven" Christopher Elves Won
My PlaceSeason 2: Episode 1 – "Henry 1878" Roger Mason Nominated

Best Music for a Documentary[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][34]
Cane Toads: The Conquest Martin Armiger Nominated
Jandamarra's War Ash Gibson Greig, Petris Torres Nominated
Lachlan Macquarie: Father of Australia Matteo Zingales Won
The Silent Epidemic Christopher Elves Nominated

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][35]
Cloudstreet Bryony Marks Nominated
East West 101Series 3: Episode 1 – "The Hero's Standard" Guy Gross Nominated
Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo Stephen Rae Nominated
Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here Burkhard Dallwitz Won

Best Music for a Short Film[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][36]
Collision Mike Darren Nominated
Polo's Robot Dale Cornelius Nominated
The Maker Paul Halley Nominated
The Missing Key Kathryn Brownhill, Miles Nicholas, Jonathan Nix Won

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial[edit]

Series or Serial Episode title Composer Result
[30][37]
Rake N/A Michael Lira, David McCormack, Antony Partos Won
Rush "Series 3: Episode16" Stephen Rae Nominated
Tangle "Season 2: Lost and Found" Bryony Marks Nominated
Who Do You Think You Are? Series 3 Ash Gibson Greig Nominated

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen[edit]

Song title Work Composer Result
[30][38]
"Dream On" The Missing Key Miles Nicholas Won
"Negotiate" Yes We Canberra! Andrew Hansen, Chris Taylor Nominated
"Sweet Dreams: Sky Boat" Giggle & Hoot Cain Horton, Paul Kingston Nominated
"Won't Look Back" Mad Bastards Brendan Fletcher, Alex Lloyd, Alan Pigram, Stephen Pigram Nominated

Best Soundtrack Album[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][39]
Mad Bastards Alex Lloyd, Alan Pigram, Stephen Pigram Nominated
Red Hill Dmitri Golovko Nominated
Road Train: Road Kill Soundtrack Rafael May Won
The Lost Thing Michael Yezerski Nominated

Best Television Theme[edit]

Title Composer Result
[30][40]
Adam Hills In Gordon Street Tonight Kit Warhurst Nominated
AFP David Chapman Nominated
Message Stick Cliff Bradley Nominated
Scariacs Haydn Walker Won

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia[edit]

Composer Result
[30][41]
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Won
Jay Stewart Nominated
Neil Sutherland Nominated
Brenton White Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas[edit]

Composer Result
[30][42]
Ricky Edwards Nominated
Ric Formosa Nominated
David Hirschfelder Nominated
Neil Sutherland Won

Notes[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  • 1. ^ Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Catherine Britt; Published by Perfect Pitch Publishing for Melanie Horsnell.
  • 2. ^ Published by ABC Music Publishing administered by Mushroom Music for Drew McAlister.
  • 3. ^ Published by Orient Pacific Music for Lee Kernaghan; Published by Universal Music Publishing for Colin Buchanan; Published by Piney Range Publishing for Matthew Scullion; Published by Perfect Pitch Publishing for Garth Porter.
  • 4. ^ Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Brooke McClymont, Mollie McClymont and Samantha McClymont; Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia for Nathan Chapman.
  • 5. ^ Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia for Brian McFadden; Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Antonio Egizii and David Musumeci.
  • 6. ^ Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Amy Pearson; Published by PeppermintBlue Publishing administered by Warner Chappell Music Australia for Cameron Denny and Paul Zala.
  • 7. ^ Published by MCDJ Music/Universal Music Publishing for Ilan Kidron, Jonathan Murphy, David Greene and Justin Shave.
  • 8. ^ Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Calvin Broadus; Published by Kobalt Music Publishing Australia for Katheryn Hudson, Martin Sandberg, Lukasz Gottwald, Bonnie McKee and Benjamin Levin; Published by Warner Chappell Music Australia for Katheryn Hudson; Published by Mushroom Music for Bonnie McKee.
  • 9. ^ Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Alecia Moore; Published by Kobalt Music Publishing Australia for Martin Sandberg and Johan Schuster.
  • 10. ^ Published by Mushroom Music for Samuel Dixon; Published by EMI Music Publishing Australia for Sia Furler.
  • 11. ^ Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia for Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert and Daniel Smith.
  • 12. ^ Published by Universal Music Publishing for Guy Sebastian; Published by Universal/MCA Music Publishing for Eve Jeffers.
  • 13. ^ A Dream of Drowning was written in 2009 for the opening concert of West Australian Symphony Orchestra's 2010 season. Teddy Tahu Rhodes sang baritone with the orchestra supplying vibraphone, harmonium, celesta, harp and strings. Andrew Ford composed the work using text from Tim Winton's novel Breath (2008).[43]
  • 14. ^ Beach Burial was written in 2009 for the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs. Brett Weymark conducted the choirs with the Sydney Philharmonia Orchestra supplying flutes, oboes, clarinets in A, bassoon, contrabassoon, horns in F, trumpets in C, tenor trombones, bass trombone, timpani, strings. Andrew Schultz composed the work using text from Kenneth Slessor's poem of the same name (1944).[44]
  • 15. ^ Deserts of Exile was written in 2007 for the Elysian Singers, Sydney Chamber Choir and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus. In 2010 it was performed by the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge which was conducted by Stephen Layton. Paul Stanhope composed the work using text from Jabra Ibrahim Jabra's poem and excerpts from the Old Testament's Lamentations of Jeremiah.[45]
  • 16. ^ Iphigenia in Exile was written in 1985 for a music theatre piece in one act. It was performed in 2010 by Deborah Kayser (soprano voice) with nine instrumentalists (piccolo, two clarinets, bass clarinet, mandolin, mandolin guitar, percussion (three players)) and a pre-recorded chorus of six women. Helen Gifford composed the work using text from Richard Meredith's libretto based on Iphigenia in Tauris (414–412 BC) by Euripides.[46]

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