Calendar 2019-20

Upcoming

New works in 2019-20 commissioned for:

  • Guild of Carillonneurs in North America
  • Aperture Duo, Los Angeles & andPlay, New York City (violin and viola)
  • Aurora Borealis, voice and percussion, Buffalo, NY
  • Red Desert, clarinet and percussion, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Golden, video by Annie Albaglia, Minoosh Zomorodinia, and Cintia Santana
  • Michael Matsuno, flute and Cameron O’Connor, guitar, Los Angeles/Corvallis, OR
  • Autoduplicity, 2 people, Los Angeles, CA
  • Batya MacAdam-Somer, violin, San Diego, CA
  • Caitlin Cawley, object, New York City

2020-2021

  • Festival für Immaterielle Kunst, for Winnie Huang, violin & movement, Hamburg
  • loadbang, New York City
  • CURB, website for a book of poetry by Divya Victor
  • American Modern Opera Company, Cambridge, MA
  • Synchromy, Los Angeles, CA
  • Indexical, Santa Cruz, CA
  • Diagenesis Duo, Los Angeles/Suzhou

2020

12/12/20: loadbang premieres Absence of reliable ghosts with poetry by Divya Victor, Norwegian Seamen’s Church, New York City.

12/20: AIR Contemporary Music Collective performs Relationships with Gravity, Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing.

9/29/20: Winnie Huang premieres How It Sounds from There for speaking violinist on Festival für Immaterielle Kunst, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.

9/6/20: Ensemble Voix Nouvelles performs cut up sleep red stars round me at Fondation Royaumont, France.

7/29/20: Peridot Duo performs fly blue between light for Women of Color in the Arts on livestream.

7/12/20: Neil Beckman performs Mom and Dad Are Not at Home for guitar on Nief-Norf 10th Anniversary Virtual Marathon Concert (livestream).

Postponed 5/4/20: Tragedy, Stomachs of Ravens, Our Glass Bodies, How to Assemble a, and Signs of Struggle, performed by Jess Aszodi, Jessie Marino, Jennifer Torrence, Johnny Chang, Berglind Tomasdottir, Neo Huelcker, Carolyn Chen at silent green Kulturquartier, Berlin.

5/1/20: Introducing [mixing bowl] performed by Veronika Fuechtner and Carolyn Chen at the American Academy in Berlin, livestreamed on appreciationofmusic with music by Peter Zunmo and Kieran Daly.

4/20/20: OSSIA New Music performs Oceans in Oceans for chamber orchestra at Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY

4/18/20: How to Fight with Jennifer Torrence, Tragedy and Signs of Struggle with Jessie Marino and Jess Aszodi on Worst Behavior, KM28, Berlin.

4/16/20: Christopher Clarino performs What we swallow turns around and Tragedy with Jonathan Nussman on Springfest, Warren Music Center, La Jolla, CA.

3/12/20: Talk on recent music at American Academy in Berlin

3/11/20: Aurora Borealis performs The Mussels for voice and percussion at Fredonia University, NY.

3/4, 6, 7/20: Batya MacAdam-Somer performs Some Dragons, Leslie Leytham performs And with what body do they come? at WORKING TITLE, St James-by-the-sea Episcopal Church, La Jolla, CA.

3/2/20: Whether the fish for clarinet and percussion premiered by Red Desert on The Future Music, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT. Reviewed by Connor Lockie in 15 bytes.

2/27/20: Whether the fish for clarinet and percussion premiered by Red Desert on Casper College Creative Music Series, Casper, WY.

2/22/20: Keir GoGwilt performs from Study on Westhoff on TIME BEING at The Momentary, Bentonville, AR.

2/21/20: Adagio performed by Andy Ingamells and Kathryn Williams at Kinetic Manchester, UK.

2/2/20: Aurora Borealis performs The Mussels for voice and percussion at Baird Recital Hall, SUNY Buffalo.

2/2/20: Aperture Duo performs My Loves Are in America at Bessie Bartlett Frankel Chamber Music Festival at Scripps College, Claremont, CA.

1/27/20: Ensemble Connect directed by Lisenka Heijboer performs Tragedy: Love Duet for two bodies and patterns of dark and light, Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York.

1/21/20: Bent Frequency performs Made in California, Made in China at Kopleff Hall, Georgia State University.

1/20-5/22/20: In residence at the American Academy in Berlin.

1/20/20: andPlay premieres My Loves Are in America The Crypt of Church of the Intercession in NYC.

1/9/20: Aperture Duo premieres My Loves Are in America at Art Share LA, presented by Equal Sound.

2019

12/23/19: This Is a Scream published in Leonardo Music Journal, Volume 29 – December 2019, p.100-103.

12/20/19: I perform This Is a Scream at A winter wasteLAnd, Art Share, Los Angeles.

12/17/19:   Christine Tavolacci and Koan Quartet perform breathe out clouds, How to assemble a, Other forests and Momentum (to a poem by Heather Gordon) on Tuesdays @ Monk Space, Los Angeles.

10/18/19: a per i o dic performs Declaration at Elastic Arts, Chicago.

10/17/19: Autoduplicity premieres Good Work for 2 people, presented by Synchromy at Boston Court, Pasadena, CA.

10/6/19: Keir GoGwilt performs Regarding chickens and Study on Westhoff in installation by Audrey Hope at UCSD Conrad Prebys Music Center, Experimental Theater, La Jolla, CA.

10/5/19: Keir GoGwilt performs Regarding chickens and Study on Westhoff in installation by Audrey Hope at UCSD Conrad Prebys Music Center, Experimental Theater, La Jolla, CA.

9/13/19: Michael Matsuno and Cameron O’Connor premiere Whether the Fish are Friendly at Art Share LA.

8/29/19: Michael Matsuno and Cameron O’Connor premiere Whether the Fish are Friendly at Unitarian Universalist Church of Hillcrest, San Diego.

7/27/19:  Caitlin Cawley premieres Introducing (object)  at Spectrum, Brooklyn, NY.

7/14/19:   SWELL ensemble premieres Speaking of Water on SWELL at HERE Arts Center, New York.

7/13/19:   SWELL ensemble premieres Speaking of Water on SWELL at HERE Arts Center, New York.

7/11/19: Michiko Ogawa performs Hand Catching Flour at KM28, Berlin.

6/21/19:   Dog Star Ensemble premiers Non-stick Properties at Sweet Pan on the Mountain, Mt. Washington home on Dog Star Festival, Los Angeles.

6/19/19:   Longy’s Divergent Studio performs fly blue between light at Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA.

6/15/19:  A Cylinder on Infinite Curvilinear Surface, collaboration with Laura Steenberge and Argenta Walther, on “The Extended Circle,” Dog Star Festival, Southwest Museum Tunnel, Los Angeles.

5/25/19:   Kathie Hsieh and ensemble perform Made in California, Made in China, University of Oregon.

5/19/19:   Kathie Hsieh and ensemble perform Made in California, Made in China, University of Oregon.

5/19/19:   C3LA performs Persimmons at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, Los Angeles.

5/18/19:   C3LA performs Persimmons at ​First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.

4/26/19:   Peridot Duo performs fly blue between light, Gallery 263, Boston.

4/13/19:   MATA Festival plays The movement of glass through a house, The Kitchen, New York City.

4/10/19:  T.J. Borden performs rara avis at Mizzou New Music, Fine Arts Building, Columbia, MO.

3/28/19:   William Raynovich performs rara avis at Impromptu Festival, Chicago.

3/17/19:   Keir GoGwilt performs Study on Westhoff and Regarding chickens, death at Actual Size Gallery, Los Angeles.

3/10/19:   Keir GoGwilt performs Study on Westhoff and Regarding chickens, death at Actual Size Gallery, Los Angeles.

3/9/19:  Brianna Tagliaferro performs Clothing at Boston Conservatory.

2/15/19:  Pianist Jared Redmond premieres tearing at Center for New Music, San Francisco.

2/11/19:   Michiko Ogawa performs Hand Catching Flour to film by Lyndsay Bloom, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego.

1/31/19:  Screening of Golden by Annie Albagli, Cintia Santana, Minoosh Zomorodinia at Garage Door Gallery, Incline Village, Nevada.

1/28/19:   Andrea Lodge performs glass umbrella at Arete Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.

1/26/19:  HEX Ensemble performs Persimmons at First Lutheran Church of Venice, CA.

1/19/19:   Carolyn Chen performs This Is a Scream on Indexical‘s Language as Wilderness series at Radius Gallery, Santa Cruz.

1/17/19:  Hillary Jean Young performs Persimmons for voice at Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.

1/18/19:   Continuum Ensemble performs ache bind blind break for septet at Mazzoleni Hall, The Royal Conservatory, Toronto.

Recent

Other Forests, for string quartet with mobile transducers and Rainforest Object Orchestra, commissioned by Southland Ensemble and P.I.E.

rara avis, for cellist Charles Curtis (begins at 4:25, based on a bass viol tune by Anonymous which precedes and follows the piece on the program presented by SASSAS at the Schindler House.)