This fall, I've been asked by Wabash College to write a work for professor Kristen Strandberg and instructor Diane Norton. The work will be premiered on Feb. 21, 2014 at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN.
And later In the Spring 2014, I'll be writing a work for the Quintet of the Americas. Performances to be announced.
Category Archives: New Music
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
My newest work, A Dance of Shadows for ‘Cello and Piano, will be premiered by the amazing cellist Kate Dillingham on May 18, 2013 @ 8pm at the Secret Theatre as part of the 2013 Queens New Music Festival. The … Continue reading
So, one of the great things about producing the Queens New Music Festival last May was that I got to meet lots and lots of musicians doing amazing things. My favorite new friends were the musicians of Parthenia. They’re a … Continue reading
On May 10-13, I was the leading organizer of the Queens New Music Festival. The weekend was filled with new concert hall music of almost every stripe. The only kinds of groups we were missing were large ensembles like wind … Continue reading
I’d like to thank Tom Piercy (Clarinet) and Claudine Hickman (Piano) for a beautiful performance of my work as big as alone last Friday and Saturday nights here in New York City. Tom, as usual, played with great expression and … Continue reading
I’ve been a bit remiss in thanking Jessica Mathaes and Colette Valentine for their wonderful performance of my Ayre and Earth for violin and piano (you may find a recording of the work on my works list page). Jessica and … Continue reading
Please join me and my fellow composers of the Random Access Music composers’ collective on May 2 and May 4 for six world premieres, performed by the Lost Dog New Music Ensemble. This performance will be the third year of collaboration … Continue reading