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Victoria Pham

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Victoria Pham

Biography

Victoria Pham (b. 1996, Australia) is an Australian composer, archaeologist and artist.

Ms. Pham holds a Bachelor of Music Studies (composition) from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, studying under the tutelage of Carl Vine AO, Gerard Brophy and Sandy Evans; and Bachelor of Arts degree (archaeology/art history) (honours) from the University of Sydney.

She has been commissioned by a number of institutions such as the Art Gallery of New South Wales, ArtsHouse Melbourne, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Spineless Wonders and Maitland Regional Art Gallery, and worked with a number of ensembles such as Gondwana Choirs, SydCon Wind Symphony, Petrichor Sax and Josie and the Emeralds. As an artist, she has featured in several festivals from VIVID to Tilde to TINA and BLEED.

She is the co-Artistic Director and co-Founder of experimental music art-sound collective Sonant Bodies with composer James Hazel.

In 2019, Ms. Pham was selected for Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's 21st Century Cybec Composers Program 2019-2020 to co-produce a multi-disciplinary program with Spineless Wonders and Newcastle Writers' Festival, and begin a year of professional development as a Create NSW Young Leaders' Fellow.

As an archaeologist, Victoria has worked with the Australian Museum and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History as a researcher, photographer and illustrator. Her specialisation is in prehistoric archaeo-acoustics.


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