About Us

Chronology Arts is proud to represent some of Australia’s finest, most innovative and gifted artists.

We specialise in working with composers and collaborative performers, from established international talent to rising stars.

Central to Chronology Arts’ mission is to drive and support the production of Contemporary Art Music in Australia, and to promote it both national and internationally.

Chronology Arts supports new music artists' careers.

The business is a not-for profit company limited by guarantee. The not-for-profit structure allows access to funds otherwise unavailable to for-profit business, allowing Chronology Arts' collective of artists more flexibility whilst resourcing their projects.

Our Board


Orlanda Bryars is a singer and cellist with a background in the financial sector, ensemble management and relationship management roles. She is the executive of Chronology Arts.

Andrew Batt-Rawden is a composer and entrepreneur with experience in publishing, media, live events and governance. Andrew is also a represented artist of Chronology Arts.

Lyle Chan is a composer and freelances in record producing, publishing, live events, life-coaching and strategy.

Melanie Thornton is a corporate lawyer and strategist experienced in planning and implementation roles with Australia's most respected firms and corporations. She is also an entrepreneur with experience in visual arts and online business.

 

Mr Phillip Antippa MBBS FRACS  is a cardiothoracic surgeon and he is the Director of the Lung Cancer Services at The Royal Melbourne Hospital. Phillip was instrumental in the establishment of the Australian Doctors Orchestra and then Melbourne’s Corpus Medicorum.