Michael Grebla - 2020 Call for Scores winner collaborates with KSC music department

Review | The Equinox - Keene State College | Author: Caitlin Howard | The music of award-winning composer Michael Grebla was showcased at the Alumni Recital Hall on Saturday, February 27. The event follows Grebla’s win at Keene State’s 2020 International Call for Scores competition.

Composing In COVID19: Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize Winners Michael Grebla and Elizabeth Younan

News Article | University of New South Wales | COVID19-permitting, these new works are scheduled to be performed later this year, so we asked Elizabeth and Michael what audiences can expect at their eventual premieres.

Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize to Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla

Resonate Magazine | News Article | Australian Music Centre | The Music Performance Unit UNSW has announced Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla as joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020.

UNSW ANNOUNCES 2020 WILLGOSS ENSEMBLE COMPOSITION PRIZE WINNERS

Limelight Australia's Classical Music & Arts Magazine | News Article | Clive Paget | Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla have been announced as the joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020. The Prize, awarded by the Music Performance Unit of the University of New South Wales, is expected to encourage the creation of short, original works to enhance the repertoire of UNSW’s various instrumental and choral ensembles.

Winners of Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize 2020 Announced

The National Tribune | News Article | UNSW | The Music Performance Unit UNSW is proud to announce Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla as joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020. The Prize is aimed at encouraging and promoting the creation of an original, short work for ensembles, in support of a thriving instrumental and choral program at UNSW Sydney.

Winners of Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize 2020 Announced

Sydney Arts Guide | News Article | David  Kary | The Music Performance Unit UNSW is proud to announce Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla as joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020. The Prize is aimed at encouraging and promoting the creation of an original, short work for ensembles, in support of a thriving instrumental and choral program at UNSW Sydney.

Winners of Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize 2020 Announced

Mirage News | News Article | The Music Performance Unit UNSW is proud to announce Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla as joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020. The Prize is aimed at encouraging and promoting the creation of an original, short work for ensembles, in support of a thriving instrumental and choral program at UNSW Sydney.

Winners of Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize 2020 Announced

University of New South Wales News | News Article | The Music Performance Unit UNSW is proud to announce Elizabeth Younan and Michael Grebla as joint winners of the Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize for 2020. The Prize is aimed at encouraging and promoting the creation of an original, short work for ensembles, in support of a thriving instrumental and choral program at UNSW Sydney.

General Sir John Monash Foundation launches podcast, The Scholars

Mumbrella | News Article | The first five episodes of The Scholars explores the education journeys of five John Monash scholars in locations from New York to regional NSW, with backgrounds in music composing, economics, marine biology, clinical paediatrics, and civil engineering.

 

Why innovation and creativity reign supreme during challenging times

MSN News | News Article | Michael Grebla — the 2016 Zelman Cowen John Monash Scholar, mechanical engineer turned award winning international composer currently based in Manhattan, New York — has let his creativity and composition flourish during the current lockdown. While the global music industry has been brutally impacted by the pandemic, Michael has been using this time to his advantage by creating new pieces of music, writing a series of works entitled ‘music in isolation’, for solo performers to be broadcast internationally through various platforms.