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“One Saturday I wandered into the barn to discover Paul playing the piano. I was spellbound and, after about an hour of listening, convinced him to give a little concert before he left Montsalvat. He did and it was a great success.”
Sigmund Jorgensen (2014) Montsalvat: The intimate story of an Australian artists’ colony, Allen & Unwin, page 272.
- Winner, Music category of the QANTAS Spirit of Youth Awards People’s Choice, 2012
- Highly Commended, Music Category, QANTAS Spirit of Youth Awards, 2012
- Finalist, Melbourne’s Music Bank, 2013
- In the Eternal Moment of Forever
- Quiescent my Soul
- A collection of Moments
- Hidden Heart
- Coffee Cup Reflections
Artist Residency at Montsalvat
December 2011: Artist in Residence, Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Road, Eltham.
Sunday 5th October 2014, Barn Gallery.
Friday 7th February 2014, Long Gallery.
Friday 16th December 2011, Barn Gallery.
Musical Ideas is a collection of thoughts expressed through sound–a series of minimalist meditations. Review by Jeannette Davison at ISIIAD
- Starlight recorded during an Artist Residency at Montsalvat in December 2011.
- Hidden Heart composed and recorded during an Artist Residency at Montsalvat in December 2011.
- In the Eternal Moment of Forever filmed and recorded in the Upper Gallery at Montsalvat in December 2011.
- Coffee Cup Reflections recorded in the Barn at Montsalvat in December 2011.
- Diary Entry #204: The Storm Broke. For Piano, Choir and Percussion
Performed by Scotch College Senior Choir, conducted by Paul Mason, Prom Concert (1999)
Performed by McKinnon Choir, Robert Blackwood Hall, conducted by Paul Mason (August 6 2002)
- Pernoctation, Composed by Paul Mason, Orchestrated by Nicholas Buc (2001)
- Starlight, Performed and Composed by Paul Mason, as featured on Maxwell Nhlatho’s medical education and training video to promote male circumcision for HIV prevention in Botswana (2004).
- Forty-Five, Electronic Composition for Dance Film: 13 & 32, Choreography by Sue Healey (2006).