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Jade Dance

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

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TODAY at 4:00

A performance of my piano solo, Jade Dance may be seen at this link: https://cts.vresp.com/c/?NorthSouthConsonance/a75433c18d/b17d30d609/e6aeb45e7d

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Concert announcement

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

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New performance

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.

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I’m still here

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

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A Good Problem to Have

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

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Wabash College Faculty-Alumni Symposium: Back Home Again in Indiana

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

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Thanks to Parthenia and Random Access Music

  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

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Parthenia performs my new work “Aspects Of A Singularity”

            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

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The Astoria Symphony, Diane Wittry, and the International Conductor’s Institute Workshop

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

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