'Plastic Jubilation' reviews

‘… deliberately provocative, musical leftovers seasoned with wit.’
North Shore Times (Fred Blanks), 11 April 2001 

‘Getting up each other’s noses is a game that critics and performers often play in private, rarely in public.  This confrontation made the audience laugh with its mockery of genuine plastic music and gave Hindson an excuse for even greater excesses of pianistic assault.’
Adelaide Advertiser (Elizabeth Silsbury) 12 August 2003 

‘Thank God for the critic whose complaint about an orchestral piece by young Australian composer Matthew Hindson goaded him into writing Plastic Jubilation, a pastiche of musical snippets creating brilliant flashes of music, with an inspired contemporaneity that Kieran Harvey brought off with a fiery blast of playing.  This is the exciting stuff great musical moments are made of.’
The Courier-Mail (Patricia Kelly), 26 July 2001

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