Wesley Smith, M
Martin Wesley-Smith (b.1945 in Adelaide, South Australia) studied composition at the
Universities of Adelaide and York (England), and is now a Senior Lecturer at the N.S.W.
State Conservatorium of Music in Sydney. In 1986, he established the first computer music
studio in the People’s Republic of China with fellow composer Ian Fredericks.
Wesley-Smith currently directs the electronic music and audio-visual performance group
WATT, and is Musical Director of TREE (Theater Researching Environments Everywhere), a
group which mounts large-scale audio-visual events in Sydney’s Royal National Park.
Among his many compositions are chamber, vocal, choral and orchestral works,
children’s songs, electronic and audio-visual pieces, as well as environmental
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