“Gerard Brophy’s combination of electronic sound with orchestral scoring creates a fascinating range of sonic landscapes.” - The Age

"I am still haunted by several glorious, sparse melodies. Eastern tonalities resonate, without making the mistake of imitation. GETHSEMANE is grounded in concrete timbres of sound and transcendent of specific geography. It carries a landscape of the soul.” - Real Time

“This world premiere season of Gerard Brophy’s fascinating and amusing PHOBIA is ChamberMade Opera at its best... PHOBIA’s cast of six is exceptional... genuinely musically talented, combining high levels of skill in performing music, physical theatre and staging - often switching roles and sexes and playing multiple instruments.” - The Australian

“Forbidden Colours delicate combination of woodwind, glockenspiel, harp and other percussion (is) testament to Brophy’s ear for the seductiveness of sound.” - The Sydney Morning Herald

“The cinematic score by Gerard Brophy helps build the drama, assisted by Adam Gardnir’s evocative yet simple design.” - The Age

“Stunning... there was a symmetry between movement and Gerard Brophy’s score...” - Sunday Herald Sun

“Harbour has recruited the musical genius of Gerard Brophy for Halcyon’s score and the intimate synergy between composer and choreographer is palpable.” - Crikey Curtain Call

“Harbour’s choreography is original and highly imaginative without being obscure or alienating. The same could be said about Gerard Brophy’s score.” - Herald Sun

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