Rosie Westbrook performing at TarraWarra Museum of Art Rosie Westbrook performing at TarraWarra Museum of Art

Rosie Westbrook plays live

Sunday 12 March 2023

Experience evocative drifts of melody inspired by the paintings and delicate soundscapes that reverberate throughout the Museum.

Rosie Westbrook returns to TarraWarra on Sunday March 12 to fill the gallery with music inspired by the works of Peter Booth.

A multi-instrumentalist and composer, Rosie is renowned for creating music that is hauntingly evocative, spacious and inherently cinematic.

Pre-book your tickets to PETER BOOTH, curated by Anthony Fitzpatrick, now showing until 13 March 2023.



More about Rosie Westbrook

Rosie Westbrook is a contemporary composer and multi-instrumentalist, classically trained in guitar and double bass. Rosie has played in orchestras, chamber ensembles, theatrical productions and with countless contemporary music artists,both within Australia and internationally.

Rosie released solo albums Wave in 2003 and Big As The Ocean in 2007, receiving critical acclaim and establishing her compositional style of creating music that is evocative, spacious and inherently cinematic.

Since then, in addition to composing new material, she has developed a solo performance practice based on responding to visual art, creating live music installations for exhibitions at TarraWarra Museum of Art; Kaliman Gallery (NSW); Milani Gallery (QLD); University of Queensland Art Museum and a series of commissions to create music for works produced by the Australian Tapestry Workshop. In 2019 Rosie was an Artist in Residence at the Australian Tapestry Workshop.

As a composer for film and television, Rosie has produced soundtracks for a number of documentary films profiling Australian artists including Lindy Lee; Del Kathryn Barton; Jon Cattapan and Patricia Piccinini.

In 2020/2021 Rosie wrote and performed the live score for JOY, a theatrical collaboration with Australian playwright Christine Croyden, based on the life of the late Australian painter, Joy Hester. JOY was performed at Heide Museum of Art (VIC) as part of the Remember Me exhibition of Joy Hester’s work.

She has just released her third solo album Always the Sea.

Rosie Westbrook plays her guitar

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