Lynette Lancini

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Lynette Lancini, born Lismore, 1970, is an Australian composer of a variety of works including orchestral, chamber, piano and vocal music.

Life[edit]

Lynette Lancini studied music at the Queensland Conservatorium and University of Queensland. She is mostly self-taught as a composer, and she developed her language as a member of the new music collective Music for the Heart and Mind in the 1990s, with composers such as Robert Davidson, Tom Adeney, Jo-Anne Abbott, and Roland Adeney.

Lancini is a certified Wholebody Focusing Trainer, the practice of which has modified her style from abstract concert music towards more experimental, inner-directed and collaborative approaches.

Works[edit]

Lancini's works include a major cycle, Centaur, for Topology, and Overt Operation for orchestra, composed for the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Her most recent work, Invocation of the Whole Living Body reflects her newer approaches.

External links[edit]