William Elm is an avant-composer and instrumental powerhouse. He uses instruments such as accordion and keyboards in ways that break stereotype to create intricate and compelling music.
Coming off releasing his debut album "Metamorphica" and a Melbourne Fringe season with SUSTENANCE: an 8 hour piano improvisation, and COCOON: a queer chamber suite, William Elm has been concocting new music. Inspired by early minimalist and heavy listening pioneers such as La Monte Young, Pauline Oliveros, and Terry Riley, his upcoming triple EP project 'Spectrum' will feature accordion, organ, analog synthesiser, and keyboards.
Sarah Curro currently holds a First Violin position with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. In her illustrious career she has played with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Queensland Philharmonic & Symphony Orchestras, Tasmanian Symphony, and Orchestra Victoria.
Alongside a passion in teaching and mentorship, Sarah focuses on the constant discovery, nurture, purchase and promotion of New Music. Now in its 9th year, her solo series VOLUME showcases these pieces to new modern audiences.