Celebrating Recalibrating is a collection of cathartic snapshots, acknowledging the turbulent period we have been going through since the Australian Bushfire season 2019-20. Wound through the eight individual vignettes is a theme that signifies the hope of a slow change of mind, and an acceptance of a different way of life as a culture and as a world. I hope all who hear this work feel understood, supported, refreshed, and inspired, ready to forge the more kind, stable, peaceful, compassionate world we all desperately need.
Teresa Wojcik is a singer, songwriter, composer and singing teacher, based in the ACT. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music from the University of Otago (NZ) in 2013, and spent her early 20s in Europe. In 2018, she moved to Canberra to write the music for S.A.D: A journey through the seasons of mental health, a full-length clown show created by Charlie Wan. She has since written for short film, dance, and incidental music, working with local groups such as Canberra Dance Theatre, Localjinni, and Perform Australia. She has received several government grants to support her writing, and is a member of the Australian Music Centre.