This Spring, I'll be writing a work for the Quintet of the Americas. Performances to be announced.
Later in the year, I'll be composing new works for Counter(Induction and for the Iktus Percussion Ensemble. Performance dates to be announced.
Author Archives: allen_schulz
Here’s a link to the live performance of Jade Dance. (Max Lifchitz, piano) utu.be/C6W7y4CCehM MaxLichitz is an amazing pianist–his performances are always technically strong, and his musicality is always spot-on. As you can see and here, I am very lucky … Continue reading
A performance of my piano solo, Jade Dance may be seen at this link: https://cts.vresp.com/c/?NorthSouthConsonance/a75433c18d/b17d30d609/e6aeb45e7d
Tomorrow, , May 24, 4:00 pm online performance my of Jade Dance by pianist, Max Lifchitz and North\South Consonance. Please join Max and me. Jade Dance is a wild ride, in which the music gets faster and faster and crazier … Continue reading
The incomparable pianist Max Lifchitz will perform my Jade Dance for piano solo on Monday, May 24 at 4:00 pm. It will be a virtual performance–details to be announced as soon as I know more.
It’s been 7 years since I last posted. The reason for this is that on March 31, 2014, I suffered a cardiac arrest–my heart simply stopped beating. I was in Pittsburg, PA for a performance of Three Phantasies when it all … Continue reading
Last Friday, Feb. 21, I had the enviable problem of needing to miss the performance of my newest work, 3 Phantasies for Cello and Piano, here in New York City in order to attend a performance of the same work on … Continue reading
This February 21st, 2014, I’ll be back home again in Indiana as a guest of my alma mater, Wabash College. Wabash will be presenting a Symposium on Music in the Liberal Arts, and they asked me to speak about my … Continue reading
My work Aspects Of A Singlularity for Viol Consort was premiered last weekend, Nov. 8/9 here in NYC. The performing ensemble was the nationally-acclaimed Parthenia Viol Consort. It was a great treat to work with these amazing musicians and to … Continue reading
I first met Bev, Lisa, Larry, and Ros of the Parthenia viol consort when they performed at the very first Queens New Music Festival, which RAM–the composers’ collective that I founded–produces. RAM and Parthenia … Continue reading
Last week, I had the good fortune of having my latest work for orchestra (Walamboltz) performed by the Astoria Symphony, under the baton of maestro Silas Huff. The symphony did a great job, and I was pleased with the performance. … Continue reading