Johnathon Win is a Melbourne-based musician with interests in language, relationships, and space.
Johnathon is currently working towards a Bachelor of Music (Composition) at Monash University studying primarily with Mary Finsterer and David Chisholm; he has also undertaken further studies with composers Brian Ferneyhough, Chris Dench, Jennifer Walshe, Liza Lim, and Pierluigi Billone among others.
Recent premieres of Johnathon’s music have included: To Soma Tis Apousias for percussion trio with line upon line at the 2018 Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music (BIFEM) (Australia); Endless Sleeper for flute with Ine Vanoeveren at the 49th Darmstädter Ferienkurse (Germany); To Speak; You Must Wear The Veil for duo by Scapegoat at Monash University; and Muskmelon for solo laptop performer at the 2017 Tilde New Music Festival (Australia). Johnathon is also an active researcher, recently participating in various presentations and panels from 2017-2018 at the International and Australasian Conference(s) for Undergraduate Research, where he was nominated best presenter. Johnathon was also in attendance at the 2016-2017 Melbourne Music Analysis Summer School(s) as both a presenter and participant.
Forthcoming projects include a collaboration with flutist Simone Maurer, a new work for chamber choir at the 2018 Camino Contro Corrente Festival (Italy), and various sound-installations throughout Australia, Italy, and Greece.
Curriculum vitae available by request.