Symphony No. 3 – Century (2012)
“Schultz has mapped out a symphonic scheme that could be a blueprint for Canberra’s long vistas and ordered avenues.” Read Matthew Westwood’s article in The Australian.
“The Symphony No. 3 “Century” by Andrew Schultz was a resounding success, drawing a standing ovation, wolf whistles and prolonged applause.” Read the full review from Clinton White from City News.
“Century is excellent. It is epic. It is powerful and beautiful”. [Chris Wallace, “Schultz hits a century,” Chris Wallace Columns]
“Composer Andrew Schultz’s musical celebration of Canberra is inspired by radical ideas and bold landscapes.” [Larissa Nicholson, “Settling Centenary’s Score,” Canberra Times, 26 October 2012]
“So too, the symphony, with its personal look at the artistic process, shows that persistence and integrity are needed in most ventures.” Read Nicole Saintilan’s “Building a city, building a symphony”, a detailed analysis of the work, in Resonate Magazine.
Canberra100 have produced a detailed Education Kit concerning the work written by Nicole Saintilan – it can be downloaded here. Symphony No. 3 – Century Music Education Kit.