Had a wonderful performance of my anthem Rough/Smooth on Sunday, July 19th at Emmanuel Church in Boston. Scored for mixed chorus and organ, Rough/Smooth was commissioned by Emmanuel in 2013 with funds from the Lilly Endowment. Pictured here from left to right are church organist Nancy Granert, the composer, and Emmanuel Music’s Artistic Director Ryan Turner.
Excited for a new commission for wind quintet from the Kenosha Community Foundation in association with the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra and the fresh inc festival led by Fifth House Ensemble. The new work is meant to celebrate the third exhibition of Sculpture Walk-Harbor Park in downtown Kenosha, WI. Members of the KSO will premiere the new work at 11am on Saturday September 12, 2015, in the atrium of the Kenosha Public Museum.
I’m at the fresh inc festival at the University of Wisconsin, Parkside, where my newest chamber work Tendrils for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, and bassoon will be premiered on June 21. More information available at http://freshincfestival.com/
Astrolabe was selected as a winner of the Nief Norf Festival’s Call for Scores and will be premiered on June 13 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Recording session with the Da Capo Chamber Players for a new work Astrolabe scored for flute, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello, percussion, and piano.
In residence at the Zodiac Music Academy and Festival in Valdeblore, France, and looking forward to the performance of my new string quartet Défilé de Féeries, which will be premiered here on July 12.
In residence at New Music on the Point 2014 and looking forward to the performance of my new work Picture-Writing for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Clarinet/Bass Clarinet, Violoncello, and Piano
My newest work, a generative sound and poetry installation entitled The Barberisms of Seville, is showing tonight at the Carrack Modern Art Gallery located on 111 W Parrish St. in Durham, NC
3/25/14 – yMusic is performing my newest work l’air sans notes Tuesday at Motorco Music Hall, Durham, NC at 8pm. Tickets available online through Duke Performances