Moses Kington-Walberg (b. 2001) is a composer and musician currently based in Victoria, Australia. His work engages with experimentalism, ambience, and improvisation, often employing graphic and non-traditional notation practices to generate volatile and avant-garde atmospheres. His practice frequently stretches into cross-disciplinary terrain, collaborating with artists, dancers, and galleries across Australia. He has won the Dorothy Ellen Ransom Prize for chamber composition, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra Bendat Scholarship, and has works represented by New Focus Records (NYC), and FORM (WA). As a versatile musician, Moses performs with a variety of genres and instruments, contributing to a number of ensembles, contemporary bands, and as a solo performer. He has also produced various acclaimed shows as a director of the experimental music group Resonant Fields.
Moses is currently pursuing a BMus(Hons) in composition at the University of Melbourne, studying under Prof. Elliott Gyger. He completed undergraduate studies at the University of Western Australia, and is an alumna of composer development programs with the West Australian Symphony. His most recent work includes sound installations for The Goods Shed Gallery (WA) and Sarah Scouts Presents Gallery (VIC), compositions for the University of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra & Big Band, and a collaboration with First Nations Artist Amos Roach.
I acknowledge the Boonwurrung, Woi Wurrung, & Whadjuk Noongar people as the spiritual and cultural custodians of the lands on which I work.