Sally Greenaway | Australian composer and pianist.
Get your tickets for the greatest show about the 20th Century...
"Humanity has always sought to extend the boundaries of knowledge through innovation and discovery.
Yet, just over a hundred years ago there was no space travel, bionic ear, cinema, telephone network… or atomic bomb. The innovation of the 20th century created opportunities and choices like never before.
And it changed us."
Composer Sally Greenaway and Syzygy Ensemble, together with actor Dene Kermond take you on a provoking and entertaining journey through seven innovations that continue to shape humanity, the way we behave and the way we think.
The composer & her music...
'expressive, introspective and emotionally satisfying original compositions...' (Canberrajazz.net)
Explore the diverse range of Sally's music - from film scores to the concert hall...
>> Listen to Sally's music
Discover the range of scores and sheet music available for download and purchase...
>> Sheet music and charts
Award-winning composer-pianist Sally Greenaway has written jazz, classical, film...
>> Sally's biography
Information about recent projects and gigs...
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Sally is represented by the Australian Music Centre...
>> AMC published works
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Latest CD: Aubade & Nocturne
★ ★ ★ ★ Sydney Morning Herald
"One of the most striking qualities of Greenaway’s works for larger ensembles is that feeling for landscape, the spacious scoring and meandering melodiousness contributing to a sense of sublime restfulness."
- Gramophone Magazine
"This is a rewarding experience. A journey you'll enjoy taking. It is so easy to get swept away by Greenaway's impressive, evocative compositions. At times grand and sweeping, and very cinematic, at others more delicate and nuanced, this release is a showcase of her substantial skills."
- Sydney Morning Herald
"The exceptional thoughtfulness and quality of presentation of Aubade & Nocturne is, in every detail, indicative of the exceptional music recorded on it. This is an essential addition to the record library of the most discerning music lover, even crossing a range of music genres."
- Canberra Critics Circle