July: Drums & Flutes of Japan

27 performances in schools throughout QLD with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS.
 

Dec: Guest artist

Guest artist in Japep annual student taiko concert at Melba Hall, University of Melbourne
   

Dec:Japanese Music

3 solo workshops through NEXUS ARTS
   

Nov/Dec: Composition of Celebrate Life & Summer's Day

Composition and arrangements of 'Celebrate Life' and 'Summers Day' for choir and band to be performed in 2001 at the Frankston Festival on Sea, sponsored by the Frankston City Council
   

Nov: Arts Victoria Touring Grant

The duo of harpsichord (Peter Hagen) and shakuhachi (Anne Norman) is granted a touring grant by Arts Victoria. A show & tell session is held with prospective composers for the duo, and a submission to the Australia Council for the Arts is made to commission new works.
   

Nov 13th: 'We Lose Things'

Premier performance in a recital at Rechabite Hall Northcote with Nick Tsiavos, Peter Neville, Deborah Kayser and Anne Norman. Sponsored by Australia Asia Foundation
   

Nov: Jouissance

Filming of promo video/cd-rom with Jouissance
   

Nov: Private Wedding

Solo shakuhachi for a private wedding and reception at montsalvat
   

Nov: Prahan Festival

Roaming performance with Yumi Umiumare at Prahran Festival
   

Oct: Globe to Globe World Music Festival

In Kingston, performance by Nadoya .
   

Oct: Drums & Flutes of Japan

7 performances in schools in Adelaide with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS.
   

Oct: Japanese Fair

Performed at the frankston susono sister city 'Japanese fair' - solo shakuhachi, & in accompaniment to sado (tea ceremony) and shinobue flute with japep taiko ensemble.
   

Sept: Christopher Young & Anne Norman

Duo recital at The National Gallery on Russell st- bass clarinet, clarinet and shakuhachi
   

Sept-Nov: Drums & Flutes of Japan

18 performances in schools throughout Victoria with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS.
   

Sept: Final recording

Final recording and mastering of "sounds of Global Harmony" CD
   

Aug: National Grief Week

Solo shakuhachi played at a memorial ceremony on the beach in Frankston as a part of National 'Grief Week'
   

Aug: Roaming artist

Roaming performance with Yumi Umiumare at Southgate, Melbourne
   

Aug/Oct: Composed and rehearsed 'We Lose Things'

A trio for bass, shakuhachi and power pole bells (made from found objects). Commissioned by Le Tuan Hung of the Australian Asia Foundation and sponsored by the Australia Council for the Arts. This piece is dedicated to Machiko Kaneko (died 14/9/00)
   

Aug/Sept: Music workshops

On homemade instruments with children at the Peninsula hospice in Frankston.
   

Aug-Oct: Drums & Flutes of Japan

10 performances in schools throughout Victoria with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS & JMiS.
   

July/Aug: 'BACH in a Kimono'

5 performances of music for shakuhachi, flute and harpsichord with Peter Hagen at the Victorian Arts Centre, The Boite World Music Cafe, and in Broadford and Mornington.
   

July: 'Japan: Tradition in a Modern Age'

Performance at Melbourne Town Hall for The Boite's Winter Festival with Yumi Umiumare (butoh) and Satsuki Odamura (koto).
   

June: World music collaboration series

Part of The Boite World Music Cafe's Winter Festival, performed with Christopher Young (clarinet, bass clarinet...) Ray Pereira (West African Drums), Tzu (hip-hop vocal duo)
   

May: Artist in Residence

At Kingscote Area School on Kangaroo Island, SA, putting together a music/theatre performance based on a Japanese folk tale with primary school students.
   

May: Studied sumatran saluang

(diagonally blown bamboo flute) with Admiral and 'Randai' music theatre with Indija N Mahjoeddin.
   

May/June: Drums & Flutes of Japan

9 performances in schools throughout Victoria with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS & JMiS.
   

April: Recorded "Sounds of Global Harmony"

CD with Sarah Hopkins and the Gyuto Monks of Tibet
   

March: Melbourne Goh Club

Guest performer at presentation night following annual Go (chess) tournament at NOVOTEL Melbourne
   

March: GRAND PRIX

Roving entertainer in the drivers and sponsors precinct
   

March: JMiS

3 solo school shows in Victoria
   

Feb: Goddess of 1967

Recording of shakuhachi & ocarina for sound track to Goddess of 1967, a film by Clara Law, Music by Jen Anderson.
   

Feb-June: Drums & Flutes of Japan

2 performances in schools throughout Victoria with taiko players Toshi & Junko Sakamoto on tour through NEXUS ARTS.