calendar:

November 12, a tree-sprout, a nameless weed, The Mivos Quartet
The Frequency Series, Constellation, Chicago

November 10, if I knew, Anderson University New Music Ensemble
Anderson University New Music Festival, Anderson, IN

November 9, a tree-sprout, a nameless weed, The Mivos Quartet
University of Notre Dame

November 3, Colors often break themselves, John Liberatore, glass harmonica and electronics Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival, University of Richmond, VA

October 30,Five Vignettes of Spring, Songeaters Duo.
Temple Shalom Newton, Lifetime Learning Series, Newton, MA

October 29, Five Vignettes of Spring,Songeaters Duo.
Jamaica Plain Groupmuse, Cambridge, MA

October 20-22, Five Vignettes of Spring, Jamie Jordan, sop., Daniel Schlosberg, piano
Baltimore Lieder Project

October 20, She rose, and let me in, Cole Burger, piano
Bowling Green State University New Music Festival

October 10, Line Drawings, book II, Eunmi Ko, piano
University of Richmond

September 28-29, a line broken, traced, The Bent Frequency Duo
University of Notre Dame

September 26, a line broken, traced, The Bent Frequency Duo
Martirano Award Concert, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne

September 24, a line broken, traced, The Bent Frequency Duo
Bowling Green State University, Forefront Series

September 23, a line broken, traced, The Bent Frequency Duo
Kent State University, Vanguard Series

September 22, a very star-like start, Oberlin Contemporary Ensemble, Tim Weiss, dir.
Oberlin Conservatory (composer-in-residence, 9/18-22)

September 22, Line Drawings, book II, Eunmi Ko, piano
Univerisidad EAFIT, Bogotá, Columbia

September 20, Plain Truths From Timothy Dexter, Duo Departure
Scholes Street Studio, Brooklyn, NY

September 19, Line Drawings, book II, Eunmi Ko, piano
Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, South Korea

September 19, Hold back thy hours, Oberlin Contemporary Ensemble, Tim Weiss, dir.
Oberlin Conservatory (composer-in-residence, 9/18-22)

September 18, Plain Truths From Timothy Dexter, Duo Departure
The Lilypad, Cambridge, MA

August 27, Line Drawings, book II, Eunmi Ko, piano
The San Francisco International Piano Festival

June 14-28, The Millay Colony, artist-in-residence

May 17, while I sleep, andPlay
mise-en space, Brooklyn, NY

May 16, The Soughing Wind, Duo Damiana (recording)
Oberlin Conservatory

May 15, while I sleep, Earplay New Music Collective
ODC Theater, San Francisco, CA

April 27, parita, performed by an audience
Ulteria STEAM Series, Lang Lab, South Bend, IN

April 5, Line Drawings, and Nemo Sleeps, Ryan MacEvoy McCullough, piano
University of Notre Dame

March 30, Line Drawings, and Nemo Sleeps, Ryan MacEvoy McCullough, piano
Cornell University

March 8-25, MacDowell Colony, artist-in-residence

Feb 10, Line Drawings, Eunmi Ko, piano
Ave Maria University

January 20, Line Drawings, Eunmi Ko, piano
Florida International University

January 17, Line Drawings, Eunmi Ko, piano
Kaleidoscope Concert Series, Downtown Miami


August 10, 2016
Kumho Art Hall, Seoul, South Korea

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

July 6-16, 2016
VIPA Festival, Valencia, Spain

The Mivos Quartet will premiere a tree-sprout, a nameless weed. The curious title is drawn from Margaret Atwood's poem Progressive Insanities of a Pioneer.

July 12-30, 2016
Rebecca Penneys International Piano Festival, Tampa, FL

Faculty pianist Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

June 27- July 3, 2016
World Piano Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia

Invited guest Eunmi Ko will give a lecture recital on Line Drawings.

June 14, 2016
Cluster-Associazione di Compositori concert series, Lucca, Italy

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

June 13, 2016
Maccango Auditorium, Maccagno, Italy

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

June 11, 2016
Sala dell’Immacolata, Rome, Italy

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings, hosted by Consorzio Liberi.

May 13, 2016
Ying-Wa College, Hong Kong

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

May 10, 2016
Siam Ratchada Auditorium, Bangkok, Thailand

Eunmi Ko performs Line Drawings.

April 21-22, 2016
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Composer-in-residence at the UT Percussion Festival. Andrew Bliss will lead the UT Percussion Ensemble in a performance of this living air. The residency also includes a guest lecture, and a performance of Line Drawings with pianist Eunmi Ko.

March 20, 2016
Chatter ABQ concert series, Albuquerque, NM

Duo Damiana performs The Soughing Wind.

March 17, 2016
William Harris Lee and Co., Fine Arts Building of Chicago, IL

Duo Damiana performs The Soughing Wind. Salon seating is expected to sell out.

March 15-16, 2016
University of Notre Dame, Annenberg Auditorium

Duo Damiana performs in residence at Notre Dame, performs The Soughing Wind.

March 13, 2016
Broadway Avenue House Concert series in Eugene, OR

Duo Damiana performs The Soughing Wind.

March 12, 2016
Britt Arts Festival, Rogue Hall Auditorium, Medford, OR

Flautist Molly Barth and guitarist Dieter Hennings of Duo Damiana perform The Soughing Wind.

March 4-5, 2016
USF Biennial New Music Festival

Violinist Charlotte Lynn, a member of the USF New Music Consortium performs the boughs did bend. I will also give a brief lecture on this living air during the festival.

January 20, 2016
Royal Conservatory of Madrid

Eunmi Ko premieres Line Drawings.


December 6, 2015
The Timucua Arts White House; Orlando, FL

Eunmi Ko performs She rose, and let me in.

December 4, 2015, 8:00pm
University of South Florida Instrumental Showcase

Robert McCormick will lead pianist Eunmi Ko and the McCormick Percussion Group in an encore performance of this living air during the USF Instrumental Showcase concert.

December 3, 2015, 7:00pm
Eastman School of Music, Hatch Recital Hall

As part of Jo Kondo's residency at Eastman, I will be performing Kondo's High Window. I will also be participating in a round table discussion with the composer, as well as composers Robert Morris and Oliver Schneller.

December 2, 2015, 5:00pm
WAYO Radio, Rochester, NY

I will participate in a radio interview with composer Jo Kondo, discussing his music, as well as my experience with his mentorship. In addition to several of Kondo's works, the broadcast will include my new concerto this living air with Eunmi Ko and the McCormick Percussion Group.

November 29, 2015, 2:00pm
National Sawdust

Harold Rosenbaum will conduct the premiere of my setting of the Agnus Dei with The New York Virtuoso Singers. Joining the ensemble will be the Canticum Novum Youth Choir, directed by Edie Rosenbaum. The work was commissioned by The NY Virtuoso Singers with support from the ASCAP Foundation.

November 1, 2015, 8:00pm
University of South Florida, Orchestra Hall

Robert McCormick will conduct the premiere of this living air, a concerto for pianist Eunmi Ko and the McCormick Percussion Group. The work was commissioned by the McCormick Percussion Group and will be recorded for commercial release on Ravello Records in 2016-17.

October 29 — November 1, 2015
University of South Florida School of Music

I will be a guest composer in residence at USF leading up to the premiere of this living air. I will be giving a lecture to the composition department, teach private lessons, and attend rehearsals with the McCormick Percussion Group. Also, WUSF Radio will broadcast a live performance of She rose, and let me in, played by Eunmi Ko.

August 25, 2015
University of Notre Dame, Department of Music

I will begin an appointment at the University of Notre Dame as Assistant Professor of Theory and Composition.

August 23, 2015, 4:00pm
Catholic University of Leuven; Leuven, Belgium

Tiffany Ng will perform as if the horizon on the American Engineers' Memorial Carillon.

August 20, 2015, 8:00pm
St. Servaasbasiliek; Maastricht, the Netherlands

Tiffany Ng will perform as if the horizon.

August 19, 2015, 8:30pm
Sint-Germanustoren; Tienen, Belgium

Carillonneur Tiffany Ng, recently appointed to faculty at the University of Michigan, will premiere as if the horizon at Sint-Germanustoren. This famous carillon has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

July 20
Syracuse University; Syracuse, NY

The Syracuse University alumni publication is running a feature story on me, discussing several recent works as well as my appointment to Notre Dame.

May 20-23, 2015, 8:00pm
University of Illinois; Champaign-Urbana

I will present several of my recent compositions at the International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry in a talk entitled: “In Things: the aesthetics of William Carlos Williams in contemporary music composition.”

May 14, 2015, 8:00pm
Central New York Center for the Arts; Syracuse, NY

The Society for New Music will premiere last leaf, a piece commissioned by the Society in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the American Composers Forum.

February 24, 2015, 12:00pm
University of Pittsburgh-Bradford

Strings and Hammers will perform Movements as guests of the Pitt-Bradford Spectrum series.

February 21, 2015, 8:00pm
The Venture Compound; St. Petersburg, FL

Strings and Hammers will perform Movements.

February 20, 2015, 8:00pm
University of South Florida, Barness Recital Hall

The USF New Music Consortium will sponsor a concert by the ensemble Strings and Hammers, which will include a performance of Movements.

February 17, 2015, 12:00pm
WUSF Radio; Tampa, FL

Strings and Hammers will perform a live broadcast of Movements on WUSF Radio.

January 22-25, 2015
Composition in Asia International Symposium and Festival; Tampa, FL

I will be presenting a lecture recital on Jo Kondo's High Window.


November 21, 2014, 7:30pm
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Washington, DC

The Washington National Opera will premiere The Investment, a one-act opera based on a libretto by Niloufar Talebi. The event is sold out. Information about the event can be found here.

November 15, 2014, 7:00pm
Harvard University; Caimbridge, MA

Organist Randall Harlow will perform Memetics at the Memorial Church of Harvard University.

November 13, 2014, 12:00pm
University of Pittsburgh-Bradford; Bradford, PA

Ensemble Gibbs and Main will perform waiting for one to come by as guest artists in Pitt-Bradford's Spectrum Arts Series.

November 9, 2014, 7:30pm
SUNY Oswego; Oswego, NY

Pianist Rob Auler will perform She rose, and let me in at his faculty recital in SUNY Oswego's Sheldon Hall.

November 8, 2014, 7:30pm
LaVeck Concert Series; Pulaski, NY

Pianist Rob Auler will perform She rose, and let me in, at the Pulaski Congregational Church as part of the LaVeck Concert Series. Information about the event can be found here .

October 23, 2014, 7:30pm
University of South Florida; Tampa, FL

Pianist Eunmi Ko will perform She rose, and let me in in her faculty recital at USF's Barness Hall.

October 11, 2014, 7:30pm
University of Chicago; Chicago, IL

Organist Randall Harlow will perform Memetics at the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Chapel.

September 21, 2014, 2:00pm
Everson Art Gallery; Syracuse, NY

Pianist Rob Auler will perform She rose, and let me in with the Syracuse Society for New Music. The work is being performed as the first place recipient of the Brian Israel Prize.

September 16, 2014, 7:00pm
Indiana University; Bloomington, IN

Organist Randall Harlow will perform Memetics at the Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University.

September 9, 2014
University of Northern Iowa; Cedar Falls, IA

Organist Randall Harlow will perform Memetics.

July 23, 2014, 4:00pm
Rebecca Penneys Festival; Tampa, FL

Pianist Eunmi Ko will perform She rose, and let me in at the 2nd International Rebecca Penneys Festival. The festival takes place at the University of South Florida in Tampa.

July 10, 2014
Karlovassi Town Hall, Karlovassi, Samos Island, Greece

Two new songs on poetry of Yiannis Ristos will be performed by soprano Sophie Burgos. More details will be announced soon.

July 4, 2014
The Megaron Performing Arts Complex, Athens, Greece

Soprano Sophie Burgos will premiere two new songs on poetry of Yiannis Ristos at the Lilian Voudouri Library of the The Megaron Performing Arts Complex in Athens. More details will be announced soon.

June 14, 2014
Trio Ramifications; Järvenpää, Finland

Trio Ramifications will give the second performance of a new horn trio at Leonara Hall in Kallio-Kuninkala, Järvenpää, Finland.

June 4, 2014, 8:00pm
NYCEMF, New York, NY

Soprano Jamie Jordan will perform the vines in the carpet at the NYC Electronic Music Festival, joined by the composer at the piano. The concert takes place at the Abrons Arts Center Playhouse Theater, located at 466 Grand Street in Manhattan.

June 3, 2014, 8:00pm
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall; New York, NY

Pianist Eunmi Ko will perform She rose, and let me in on her debut recital at Carnegie's Weill Hall.

June 2, 2014
Brian Israel Prize

First Place, for She rose, and let me in.

May 22, 2014
Trio Ramifications; Helsinki, Finland

Trio Ramifications will give premiere a new horn trio at the Helsinki Music Centre.

March 24, 2014
ASCAP Morton Gould Award

For She rose, and let me in.

March 23, 2014
Cornell College, Ithaca

Pianist Ryan MacEvoy McCollough will perform Nemo sleeps.

February 27, 2014
Erksine College; Due West, SC

Pianist Eunmi Ko will perform She rose, and let me in as part of lecture recital at Erksine College.

February 14, 2014, 1:00pm
USF New Music Festival; Tampa, FL

Pianist Corey Merenda will perform Nemo sleeps as part of the USF New Music Festival.

February 3, 2014, 8:00pm
Eastman School of Music; Rochester, NY

Flautist Emlyn Johnson and pianist/composer Daniel Pesca will perform a new piece, still life: after S. Lowans at the Eastman School of Music.

February 2, 2014, 1:00pm
Newton Free Library Concert Series; Newton, MA

Pianist Eunmi Ko will perform She rose, and let me in at the Newton Public Library, outside of Boston, MA.

January 31, 2014, 8:00pm
Dinosaur Annex; Boston, MA

Dinosaur Annex will perform Nemo sleeps at the Pickman Concert Hall of the Longy School of Music.



2013



December 5, 2013, 8:00pm
Eastman Composer's Forum; Rochester, NY

Pianist Dan Pesca will perform She rose and let me in.

November 25, 2013; 8:00pm
Eastman Sinfonietta; Rochester, NY

Soprano Jamie Jordan will join the Eastman Sinfonietta to premiere Three Songs on Old English Texts, a continuation of the cycle Hold back thy hours. Joe Stepec will conduct.

November 23, 2013, 2:00pm
Sound Wired Conert Series; Evanston, IL

As part of the Sound Wired Concert Series, Liz Ames and Thomas Snydacker will perform Inertia at the Garrett Chapel in Evanston, IL.

October 28, 2013
ASCAP Plus Award.

October 5, 2013
SCI/ASCAP Student Composer Competition.

Region II, winner.

June 26-July 22, 2013
I-Park Artist's Enclave; East Haddam, CT.

Artist-in-residence.

June 3-17, 2013
Brush Creek Arts Foundation; Saratoga, WY.

Artist-in-residence.

May 7, 2013; 8:00pm
Solo Recital; Toronto, ON.

Ryan MacEvoy McCollough will perform Nemo sleeps at Gallery 345 in Toronto. See below for details on the piece.

April 27, 2013; 2:00pm
Lines and Dimensions; Rochester NY

Gibbs and Main will perform The boughs did bend at the Harvey School as part of a concert series aimed at young listeners.

April 26, 2013; 7:00pm
Lines and Dimensions; Rochester NY

Ensemble Gibbs and Main will premiere The boughs did bend at the Harvey School in Rochester, NY.

April, 2013
ASCAP Morton Gould Award

For Nemo sleeps.

March 22-23, 2013
N_SEME Conference 2013; Philidelphia, PA

The vines in the carpet, based on a text by Edward Gorey, will be performed as part of Temple University's conTemplum New Music Series.

March 9, 2013; 8:00pm
Me Disagrees: Chamber Music of Today; Madison, WI.

Kevin and Liz Ames will perform Inertia at the Musical Offering in Madison, Wisconsin. Tickets are $15 at the door, $10 for students. Details on the performance can be found here.

January 29, 2013; 12:00pm
Canadian Opera Company, Piano Virtuoso Series; Toronto, ON.

Pianst Ryan MacEvoy McCollough will premiere Nemo sleeps at the Richard Bradshaw Auditorium of the Four Seasons Center in Toronto. The cycle of miniatures is inspired by Windsor McCay's delightful surrealist comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. The drawings that inspired these pieces are available here. The images are public domain.



2012



December 8, 2012; 7:30pm
Cornell University; Ithaca, NY.

Jamie Jordan and David Friend will perform the vines in the carpet.

December 2, 2012; 4:00pm
Eastman School of Music; Rochester, NY.

As part of the Presser Award, I will be delivering a public seminar on my time in Japan during the summer of 2012, and the research and experience made possible by the award. My presentation will explore the music of Jo Kondo, discussing his unique aesthetic approach to issues of form, narrativity, and syntax. The program will conclude with the premeire of hide and reveal, a work I wrote under Jo Kondo's tutelage. I will be joined by performers Emlyn Johnson, Sam Lesnick, Carson Moody, Eric Cheung, and Audrey Snyder.

November 28, 2012
American Modern Ensemble; call for scores

Honorable mention

October 30, 2012; 8:00pm
Syracuse University; Syracuse, NY.

Andrew Waggoner and Emma Logan will perform Quodlibet (formerly "nanokosmos"), a cycle of miniatures for violin and vibraphone.

October 27, 2012; 7:00pm
Speculum; New York, NY.

Soprano Jamie Jordan will be joined by pianist David Friend to perform the vines in the carpet at Speculum, 121 Ludlow Ave in Manhattan. See March 21, 2012 for details regarding the piece.

September 23, 2012; 3:30pm
Music Since 1900, recital; Rochester, NY.

Violinist Sini Virtanen and pianist Eun Mi Ko will perform Tercet at the Village Gate in Rochester. The work was commissioned by their chamber music consortium Music Since 1900 in May of this year.

September 22, 2012; 2:00pm
Atkinson Forum; Ithaca, NY.

As a guest artist at Cornell University's Atkinson Forum on American Studies, organist Randall Harlow will perform Memetics at Cornell's Anabelle Taylor Hall.

September 14, 2012; 7:30pm
Organ Recital; Rochester, NY.

Organist Randall Harlow will premiere Memetics on the Craighead-Saunders organ at Christ Church in Rochester. Other pieces on the program will include new works by Kyle Quarles, Steven Rice, and Kevin Ernste.

June through August, 2012
Tokyo/Kyoto/Kamakura, Japan

Private residency, studio of Jo Kondo, funded by the Presser Music Foundation

July 22, 2012; 2:00pm
Abiquiu Chamber Music Festival; Abiquiu, NM.

Violist John Graham will be joined by percussionist Scott Ney to perform Lennon Scatters and Fleeces His Flock at the Abiquiu Chamber Music Festival. The program will also include works by Kevin Ernste and Mikel Kuehn.

June 24, 2012
Eastman School of Music; Rochester, NY.

The new music ensemble ACCESS will perform petals on a wet black bough for flute, percussion, and piano.

June 2, 2012; 2:00pm
International Viola Congress; Rochester, NY.

Violist and Eastman Professor Emeritus John Graham will perform Lennon Scatters and Fleeces His Flock with percussionist Sean Connors at the International Viola Congress at the Eastman School of Music. The work is dedicated to Mr. Graham, and was premiered in April of 2011. The program will also include works by Kevin Ernste and Mikel Kuehn.

May 10, 2012
Music Since 1900 Commission Concert; Rochester, NY.

Tercet, a new work commissioned by the Rochester-based chamber group Music Since 1900, will be premiered by violinist Sini Virtanen and pianist Eun Mi Ko.

April 15, 2012
The Midwest Museum of American Art; Elkhart, IN

The Color Field performs Plain Truths from Timothy Dexter.

April 15, 2012
Belle S. Gitelman Award.

The piano cycle Nemo sleeps has been recognized with a Belle S. Gitleman award from the Eastman School of Music.

April 6, 2012
upTOWN underGROUND; Harlem, NY

The Color Field Ensemble performs Plain Truths from Timothy Dexter.

April 5, 2012; 3:00pm
Manhattan School of Mysuc; New York, NY

The Color Field Ensemble performs Plain Truths from Timothy Dexter.

March 23, 2012
Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall; Rochester, NY.

Tenor Zachary Finklestein will join the Eastman Sinfonietta to premiere Hold back thy hours, a new work based on poetry from the seventeenth century anthology Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry.

March 21, 2012
SUNY Fredonia; Fredonia, NY.

Soprano Jamie Jordan will perform The vines in the carpet... with pianist Brenden White (also playing harmonium) as part of Fredonia's Ethos New Music Recital Series. The work is based on Edward Gorey's novel The Unstrung Harp. Electroacoustic elements, which were rendered at the Eastman Computer Music Center, include manipulations of the bubble wrap, markers on whiteboards, and my own atrocious violin playing.

March 6, 2012
Color Field Ensemble, SUNY Fredonia; Fredonia, NY.

See above.

March 4, 2012
Color Field Ensemble, Rochester, NY.

See above.

March 3, 2012; 7:30pm.
Colorfield Ensemble, Unity Church of Buffalo; Buffalo, NY.

Soprano Amanda DeBoer will perform Plain Truths from Timothy Dexter with members of the Colorfield Ensemble, touring the piece around western New York State. The work is based on the writings of the eccentric 18th Century businessman, philospher, and writer, Timothy Dexter, author of A Pickle for the Knowing Ones or Plain Truths in a Homespun Dress.

February 22, 2012
Presser Music Award.

I have been awarded a grant from the Presser Music Foundation to spend the summer in Tokyo, Japan. In Tokyo, I will study with renowned Japanese composer Jo Kondo at Tokyo University of Arts, and conduct dissertation research on contemporary Japanese music. More details are forthcoming. Upon my return to the United States, I will be giving a formal presenation on this project at Eastman.

2011



Novemeber 10, 2011; 8:30pm.
Eastman School of Music, Ciminelli formal lounge; Rochester, NY.

Violinist Sini Virtanen and violist Jennifer Turbes perform while I sleep.

October 9, 2011; 7:00pm.
Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall; Rochester, NY.

Violinist Sini Virtanen and percussionist Matthew Evans perform nanokosmos.



July - September, 2011; 12:45pm.
Shakespeare and Company, Berstein Theater; Lenox, MA.

Incidental music, written in conjuction with other TMC composers, will be heard during performances of Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona. Perfomances of the play will take place Wednesdays through Saturdays each week during July, August, and September.

August 13th, 2011; 11:00am.
Tanglewood Music Center, Seiji Ozawa Hall; Lenox, MA.

As part of Tanglewood's "piece-a-day" project, three pieces will be premiered by the New Fromm Players. Each piece was written in a single span of 24 hours from July 27th to July 29th.

July 19th, 2011; 8:00pm.
Tanglewood Music Center, Seiji Ozawa Hall; Lenox, MA.

Violist Derek Mosloff of the New Fromm Players and percussionist Matthew Decker will perform LENNON SCATTERS AND FLEECES HIS FLOCK.

July 13th, 2011; 8:00pm.
Tanglewood Music Center, Seiji Ozawa Hall; Lenox, MA.

TMC fellows Zach Finklestein, Carlin Ma, and Alex Shiozaki will premiere the pavement stones resound, based on a poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Rehearsals for the premiere will be led by John Harbison and Dawn Upshaw.

June - August, 2011
Lenox, Massachusetts.

John will attend the Tanglewood Music Center as a composition fellow, working with John Harbison, Michael Gandolfi, Steven Mackey, and Charles Wuorinen.

May 27th, 2011 7:00pm.
Greenwich House Music School Renee Weiler Concert Hall, Manhattan, NY.

The new music ensemble ACCESS will premiere a NEW WORK for flute, perucssion and piano. The group is planning a second performance in San Francisco during the summer of 2011. Members of ACCESS are Carmen Lemoine, flute, Zuzanna Szewczyk, piano, and Melanie Sehman, percussion.

April 17th, 2011; 3:00pm.
Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY.

Percussionist Sean Connors will join John Graham to premiere the chamber version of LENNON SCATTERS AND FLEECES HIS FLOCK at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester.

April 1st, 2011; 8:00pm
Hatch Recital Hall, Eastman.

The Cuong Vu trio will premiere a new work as part of the fourth annual Warren Benson Forum on creativity. Cuong Vu is a leading voice in experimental jazz and is widely recognized as one of today's most influential living jazz trumpeters. The work will reflect a collaboration bewteen the composer and the members of the Cuong Vu Trio.


March 29th, 2011
8pm in Kilbourn Hall, Eastman.

In the final concert of its 2010-2011 season, OSSIA will perform works by Lavistas, Glass, and Andreson. The concert will also include a premiere of a percussion duo by Allan Schindler and the winner os OSSIA's 4th International Call for Scores.



March 14th, 2011
8pm in Kilbourn Hall, Eastman.

Soprano Jamie Jordan and pianist Stephanie Titus will premiere The vines in the carpet, an electroacoustic work, on the Eastman Computer Music Center's spring concert. The concert will also include works by Dhomont, Vaggione, and special guest Tristan Murail.

February 25th
8pm in Bryan Recital Hall,
Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

Soprano Amanda DeBoer will premiere PLAIN TRUTHS IN A HOMESPUN DRESS, a chamber work based on the writings of Timothy Dexter (c. 1800). The work is dedicated to her and the ai ensemble.

February 7th, 2011
8pm in Kilbourn Hall, Eastman.

OSSIA will perform works by Takemitsu, Pope, Berio, and the much anticipated Eastman premiere of Peter Maxwell-Davies' Eight Songs for a Mad King with guest vocalist Timur Bekbosunov.


February 4th, 2011
7:30pm at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church,
Scottsdale, Arizona.

Composer and Saxophonist Kevin O. Ames will perform ...anything but mindless good taste... and INERTIA with pianist Liz Ames in recital at Arizona State University. Details are forthcoming.