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A/Prof

Linda Kouvaras

Associate Professor In Music (Musicology)
Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music
modernism and postmodernism; sound art
piano
music
arts & humanities
performing arts and creative writing
postmodern (rhythmic, tonal)
music; the performing arts (incl. music
theatre and dance)
music by melbourne composers
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Linda Kouvaras

 
Division
Fine Arts And Music
 
Primary Interest
Contemporary western music (esp. Australian); gender issues in music (incl. popular music of the 1960s-80s); original composition; piano music
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Linda Kouvaras

 

Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2018

Faculty Special Studies Leave (Long) (SSP(L)) program Semester 2

2014

IASPM-ANZ Rebecca Coyle Publication Prize

2014

Recording of 1-min Work ‘60x60 Melbourne’: ‘Welcome to Melbourne’

Australasian Computer Music Conference 2014 Commission

2012

Research projects

Faculty Special Studies Leave (Long) (SSP(L)) program Semester 2

2010

3-week Residency

Bundanon Artist in Residence Program

2010

Fanfare for Brass and Percussion, for Melbourne Town Hall concert to celebrate newly amalgamated Faculty

School of Music, the University of Melbourne Commission

2009

Full Composer Representation

Australian Music Centre

2005

Co-Chief Investigator, Discovery Project: ‘Postmodernism in contemporary Australian art music: analysis and reappraisal’

Australian Research Council

2004

Co-Chief Investigator: ‘Pilot Study for the First Sustained Investigation of Postmodernism in Australian Art-Music'

Faculty of Arts Seeding Grant

2003

Young Voices of Melbourne

Arts Victoria Commission

2002

Chief Investigator: ‘Constructions of Identity in Contemporary Australian “Art” Music’

Early Career MRDG (Melbourne Research Development Grant)

2001

5-week Residency

Bundanon Artist in Residence Program

2000

6-week Residency

Bundanon Artist in Residence Program

2000

To record CD of original piano works

Ian Potter Grant

1999

6-week Residency

Bundanon Artist in Residence Program

1993

To undertake Doctoral Degree

Mabel Kent Scholarship

1992

To undertake Doctoral Degree

Melbourne University Postgraduate Scholarship

1992

To undertake Doctoral Degree

Melbourne University Postgraduate Scholarship

1990

To undertake Masters Degree (Piano)

Australian Postgraduate Research Award

1989

To undertake Masters Degree (Piano)

Commonwealth Postgraduate Research Award

1989

For ‘4th-Year Hons pianist, continuing piano studies’

Doris F. Chandler Memorial Bursary

1989

For ‘best student in final year of course’

Catherine Grace McWilliam Prize

1987

For ‘Pianist entering 4th Year who shows the most promise in the interpretation of the classical music’

Florence Menck Meyer Prize

1987

For academic merit

Ivy May Pendlebury Bursary

1987

For Pianoforte performance

Una Bourne Scholarship

1986

In piano

First Prize Athanasas Karabatsas Instrumentalists’ and Singers’ Competition

1986

For ‘The student who has completed the second year of the degree course and who is placed first in the class list i

Wright Prize in Instrumental Music

1986

For Pianoforte Performance

Una Bourne Scholarship

1986

For ‘A student who has completed the first two years of the course and who shows promise worthy of develop

Eric and Linda Jullyan Memorial Scholarship

1986

For academic merit

Ivy May Pendlebury Bursary

1991

HWF - Hugh Williamson Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Associate Professor In Music (Musicology)

Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music

Ordinary

American Musicological Society

Ordinary

IASPM Aust-NZ

Writer Full Member

Australasian Performing Rights Association

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Music

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Music (Honours)

University of Melbourne

Associate of Music Australia

Australian Music Examinations Board