CAITLIN ROWLEY
composer

Other writing

Caitlin Rowley has been writing about music for many years. Here is a selection of her writing and editing work:

As author

Erik Satie’s Crystal Ball
Caitlin’s Honours thesis and related writing about Erik Satie

Peggy Glanville-Hicks: A composer’s search for leisure and silence
Published in 2MBS-FM: Stereo FM Radio 102.5 magazine in July 1999

Composers without borders
Published in 2MBS-FM: Stereo FM Radio 102.5 magazine in January 2000

Down the rabbit-hole: Martin Wesley-Smith, David del Tredici and the influence of Lewis Carroll
Published in 2MBS-FM: Stereo FM Radio 102.5 magazine in October 2002

As editor

Australia: Exploring the musical landscape
Edited by Caitlin Rowley for the Australian Music Centre and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Available to buy from the Australian Music Centre

As blogger

One Creative Thing
An intermittent creativity blog tracking daily creative activity of all sorts – from composing to baking, reading and knitting. This is where Caitlin tracks high-intensity creative projects such as Creative Pact and RPM Project.