BA (LaTrobe), MMus PhD (Melb)
Thomas Reiner is a composer of highly engaging music that is concerned with questions of meaning, emotion, symbols, musical time, psychoanalysis, human existence and artistic freedom in a postmodern world.
Tamara Smolyar performs Seven Variations on Tuireamh Mhic Finín Dhuibh on Monday 22 May. Octavian Simu and Max Packer have each contributed a variation. The original ... Read more
An album of Australian work curated by Thomas Reiner. ArsPublica (2016).
Here is something for beginning musicians to learn identify musical intervals from music notation. I have collaborated on this text with the wonderfully talented illustrator ... Read more
Chiesa di San Giacomo Apostolo, Pasian di Prato, 29 November 2015
Forlorn Remix by Kim Lajoie and Thomas Reiner will be performed by Tristram Williams and Callum G’Froerer at this year’s Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory ... Read more
Frauke Aulbert and Gilbert Watty will be at Monash 31 July – 07 August 2015
Forlorn Remix performed by Lutz Mandler, 2014, Darmstadt Read more
Ars Publica ARS141-018
Reviewed by Alistair Noble, December 1st, 2014
Venus’ Song is a CD of new music for guitar performed by Gisbert Watty. It features two of Reiner’s works: Fan-Fair (2000/2001) and Sweet-Spots, Version ... Read more
This is the live recording of Forlorn Remix by Kim Lajoie, Thomas Reiner, Tristram Williams (Flugelhorn) and Paul Williamson (Trumpet). The performance took place on ... Read more