Works

Milenko is a represented artist with the Australian Music Centre where a selection of scores and audio is available. Her produced work can be found on iTunes, Spotify and Bandcamp. Live concert recordings are available through Soundcloud and YouTube. On this page is a full catalogue of work. For any enquiries, please use the contact page.


SOLO & DUO

à l'aube (2016): classical guitar - National Arboretum, Canberra - Matt Withers

ad forestum (2017): classical guitar with electronics - Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music - Dennis Van Rooyen

Canthus (2018): classical guitar duo - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen - Scandinavian Guitar Duo

De-Voir (2017): piano - Hamburg Staatsoper, collaboration with Hayley Page [Hamburg Ballet Junge Choreografen]

l’exhale (2014): soprano, piano - University of New South Wales - Briannah Gordon and Kirsten Milenko

Le Vol (2018): soprano saxophone, piano - Pałac Łazienkowski, Warszawa - Andrzej Karałow and Pablo Sánchez-Escariche Gasch

Lux Aeterna (2019): percussion [vibraphone with electronics of light and sound] - Bartłomiej Sutt

Mourning Song (2014): flutes, cello - University of New South Wales - Regan Mooney and Cody Shanahan

Orbis (2016): cello with electronics - Recital Hall West, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music - James Morley

To Dust (2016): prepared piano - Sa Taronja Associació Cultural, Mallorca 

We Are Only Breathing (2018): percussion [marimba and 10 Thai bao gongs] - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen - Kalle Hakosalo

ENSEMBLE

Altétité (2019): trio for violin and two percussionists [2 vibraphones, 5 gongs, bass drum, 2 cymbals] - Bydgoszcz, Poland - Sutt Family

Duets (2019): string quartet and trumpet - Dartington, England - Gildas Quartet and Lucy Humphris

Eardstapa (2018-19): song cycle for soprano voice and string quartet - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen - Louise Mcclelland Jacobsen and Novo Quartet

Élégie (2015): trio for soprano, viola, piano - Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Eorðrice (2020): clarinet in A with string ensemble - Léa Hemmerlin

Light Movements (2017): baroque recorder quartet (2xtenor, bass, great bass) - Judgement of Paris Quartet

Lys (2018): quintet for flute, clarinet in B-flat, percussion [vibraphone, chain, bass drum, Thai bao gongs], piano [prepared], violin - Ensemble Offspring

O (2016): trio for bass flute, bass clarinet, piano - E-Mex Ensemble

Opia (2018): wind quintet, percussion, string quartet - Esbjerg Ensemble conducted by Rei Munakata

Pastiche (2019): soprano saxophone, bass trombone, percussion, piano, cello, guitar - Ensemble K!ART, Copenhagen

Sleepless Eremite (2018): Chinese flutes, yangqin, pipa, erhu, cello, piano - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen 

Somniare (2017): bass clarinet and accordion - the Austriackie Forum Kultury, Warsaw - Ensemblage, Dziołak / Stankiewicz Duo

Wachtraum (2015): String Quartet no.1 - Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

VOCAL ENSEMBLE

Enthymeme (2015): mixed vocal ensemble - Sydney Conservatorium of Music 

O Vos Angeli (2015): chamber choir - Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Rosary (2015): large choir - Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Speak (2018-19): Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen - DR VokalEnsemblet

ORCHESTRAL & SYMPHONIC

l’espace (2016): orchestra (3+picc,3+cor,3,3 - 4,3,3,2 - timp, perc, hp, str), Verbrugghen Hall, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music - Modest Orchestra, conducted by Kirsten Milenko

Night is worn (2019): orchestra and two voices - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen; conducted by Jean Thorel

Symphony d’aere (2017): wind symphony with solo violin, Verbrugghen Hall, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music - Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony, conducted by John P. Lynch with soloist Annabelle Swainston

Symphony d’aere - reduction (2019): wind symphony with solo violin, for the WASBE Conference in Buñol, Spain; conducted by John P. Lynch with soloist Anna Da Silva Chen

OPERA & BALLET

Dalloway (2020): chamber opera/ballet - Pulsar Festival, Copenhagen

ELECTROACOUSTIC

Caeli (2018): ambisonic concert work, Kablys, Vilnius, in tandem with NORD+MIX Workshop and the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

Dislocation (2015): film score for animation artist Harrison Flemming

Énouement (2018): ambisonic concert work of field recordings, the Royal Danish Academy of Music

Ex Aere (2017): electroacoustic concert work for soprano voice and double bass with Sylvie Woods and Jacques Emery, City Recital Hall

Into Glass (2016): acousmatic concert piece of field recordings

Poetics of Abstraction (2018): stereo installation at the Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen, for Pulsar Festival

Snowline (2016): acousmatic concert piece of field recordings 

CYCLES OF WORK

Collection I (2018-20): Early Learning Pieces for solo piano

Water Tangent (2017-19): cycle of works for solo piano

 
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Discography

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Ex Aere (2017) - single

Released 31st December 2017.

Kirsten Milenko (composition and electronics), Sylvie Woods (voice), Jacques Emery (double bass).

Artwork by Brontë Hock.

Premiered in City Recital Hall as part of the Unashamedly Original Computer Music Festival.

Available on [iTunes] - [Spotify] - [Bandcamp]


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Caeli (2019) - album

Upcoming electroacoustic album.

Kirsten Milenko (composition and electronics), Sylvie Woods (voice), Jacques Emery (double bass).

Artwork by Brontë Hock.

Releases in three stages: Sydney, Copenhagen, Vilnius 


When the image is new, the world is new
— Gaston Bachelard [Poetics of Space]