The French pianist Nicholas Horvath is performing the complete Piano Etudes of Philip Glass at Weill Hall on 9 January, alongside a selection of homages. I wrote Enough Holes for the project, and it will be premiered on this concert. Should be a very cool evening of piano music!
Tag Archives: performances
John Cages “Song Books” – The New Yorker.
A Monthly Series of New Music From Avant Media – NYTimes.com. A commemoration of what would have been John Cage’s 102nd birthday will open the season, with a roster of new-music stars (among them Eve Beglarian, Vicky Chow, Nick Hallett, John King and Mr. Gibson) performing Cage’s 1970 “Song Books” (Sept. 5).
Grand Canyon Music Festival | “…. a treat for eyes and ears” – The New York Times The 31st Season. Mary Rowell and the Guidonian Hand are heading out to Arizona next week to do The River Project on the Grand Canyon Music Festival. Two nights: 22-23 August, should be lots of fun!!!
The League-ISCM is playing Waiting for Billy Floyd on Monday 17 June up at Miller Theater, which should be very cool. They’re doing the images as well, so that’ll be a nice thing. Mississippi in upper Manhattan!
Mary Rowell and I will be participating in the Firehouse Festival at Sandra Sprecher’s amazing space on Saturday night 27 April. We’ll be doing some stuff you’ve never heard, along with some favorites. The whole lineup looks like big fun! Click the poster for more info and tickets.
On Thursday 18 April, the Voices of Ascension under the direction of Dennis Keene will be premiering a new commission for chorus and organ called Building the Bird Mound. Click the photo for tickets and more information: Building the Bird Mound was inspired by a visit I made to Poverty Point, a pre-historic mound complex […]
An all-new CD of River Project music is now exclusively available for purchase here! The second signed limited edition EP includes four pieces from The River Project in wonderful premiere recordings by BRIM, the Guidonian Hand, and members of Portland’s Third Angle Ensemble. A perfect gift, buy one today!
If you happen to be in Yorkshire in July, definitely check this out, should be very fun!
then, next Wednesday 1 June, again at the Stone, I myself will be performing with fabulous guests Lydia Van Dreel, Mary Rowell, and Megan Schubert. works include the first performance of EinHorn for horn and electronics, and lots of other good stuff. Hope to see you there!
this coming Wednesday, 25 May, Ana Milosavljevic is doing a show at the Stone which will include a couple of pieces from me, including I’m worried now, but I won’t be worried long. Go here for more details.
take your pick! if you’re in Miami Friday night 2/25, you can hear My Feelings Now on this show: and/or if you’re in NYC Saturday night 2/26, you can hear it on this one:
Ana and I will be playing I’m Worried Now, But I Won’t Be Worried Long this coming Wednesday at 6:30 pm, on a show that will also include music by Ana herself, with choreography by Takehiro Ueyama. Should be a fun show; here’s a link:
The Houston ensemble Musiqa will be playing my flute and electronics piece I will not be sad in this world on their 8 January concert. Go here for more information and tickets. You can hear my demo of the piece here.
Dither is playing The Garden of Cyrus Saturday night at Abrons Arts Center, along with music by Nick Didkovsky, Ted Hearne, and Tristan Perich, and sponsorship by the Brooklyn Brewery. Should be a great way to spend one of these short dark holy evenings, no?!
We’re doing a first public showing of some of the River Project music at Roulette on 19 October 2010, joined by guest pianist Lara Downes and the fabulous trombone quartet, Guidonian Hand. Should be a festive event!
the excellent guitar quartet Dither will be playing The Garden of Cyrus at the totally fun New Music Bake Sale on Saturday night (9/25), and Cristian Amigo and I will be performing an all-acoustic version of We Two at the DUMBO Arts Festival at Galapagos on Sunday afternoon (9/26)
I am really excited about the new band I’m putting together to perform the music inspired by my trip down the Mississippi River. Yowsa! Click on the fish!!!
Stanford 12 March! Montalvo 26 March!
June 3rd and 7th: Sang premieres at Disney Hall in Los Angeles
Mabou Mines Dollhouse continues its worldwide tour in Rome, Italy at the Parco Della Musica 21-23 May 2007. Go here for more information.