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Dr Philip Everall

Lecturer

Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 6304 6637
Mobile: 0414 996 032
Email: p.everall@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Mount Lawley  
Room: ML1.134  

Philip is a Lecturer (Classical Music) and Head of Woodwind at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

Current teaching

  • Principal Studies – Clarinet and Bass Clarinet
  • Woodwind Workshop
  • Chamber Music
  • MUS1508 – Modernism and Postmodernism
  • MUS3508 – Music History: Classical to Romantic
  • MUS1516 – Music History: Classical Overview
  • MUS3512 – Contemporary Performance Practice

Awards and recognition

University and National Teaching Awards

  • 2016 – ECU WAAPA Research Medal
  • 2012 – ECU Postgraduate Excellence Award

Research areas and interests

  • Bass Clarinet extended techniques
  • Contemporary performance practices
  • Reed making and design of single reeds
  • Chamber music of the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Edith Cowan University, 2016.
  • Masters programme of Music, Netherlands, 2005.
  • Bachelor of Music, The University of Western Australia, 2003.

Research Outputs

Creative Arts Research Outputs

  • Everall, P., Marks, A. (2019). Under Over Through. Richard Gill Auditorium - WAAPA.

Creative Arts Research Outputs

  • White, T., Everall, P. (2014). Inventing a New World: New Music for Percussion and Clarinet. WAAPA Music Auditorium.

Creative Arts Research Outputs

  • Everall, P., Traicos, CS. (2013). The Unnatural Congress of Still Beating Hearts. Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House.

Research Projects

  • New Discipline: building a repertoire for bass clarinet and piano, Edith Cowan University, ECU Early Career Researcher Grant - 2019, 2019 ‑ 2020, $20,080.

Research Student Supervision

Associate Supervisor

  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts), Examination of the Evolution of Multi-percussion
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts), Making the most of life's uncertainty: An analysis of the philosophies and musical language of David Ades
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts), Applications of Béla Bartók's Techniques of Pitch Organisation to Jazz Improvisation
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