New works in 2018-19 for:
- Batya MacAdam-Somer, violin, San Diego
- Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group
- Neil Beckmann, guitar, New York/Cincinnati
- Caitlin Cawley, percussion/objects/talk, New York
- GAME, Ghent
- Michigo Ogawa, sho/clarinets, Tokyo, to film by Lyndsay Bloom
- Golden, video by Annie Albaglia, Minoosh Zomorodinia, and Cintia Santana
- Aperture Duo, Los Angeles
1/19/19: Carolyn Chen performs This Is a Scream on Indexical‘s Language as Wilderness series at Radius Gallery, Santa Cruz.
1/28/19: Andrea Lodge performs glass umbrella at Arete Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.
2/11/19: Michiko Ogawa performs Hand Catching Flour to film by Lyndsay Bloom, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego.
2/15/19: Pianist Jared Redmond premieres tearing at Center for New Music, San Francisco.
Kathie Hsieh and ensemble perform Made in California, Made in China, University of Oregon.
1/8/18: DieOrdnungDerDinge performs Adagio for faces on “If You Know What I Mean” at Festival Transparent Sounds (Átlátszó Hang) in Budapest.
1/11/18: I/O Ensemble performs Relationships with Gravity at CenterStage on I/O Fest, Williams College, Williamstown, MA.
1/13/18: Mélange premieres Cut white at the .
1/19/18: I perform This Is a Scream at Battery Books, Pasadena, CA.
1/19/18: Noise Bias performs Adagio for faces on Fewer Dahlias: Shuffle for Women at Ravenswood Fellowship United Methodist Church, Chicago.
1/20/18: Members of the Boston Conservatory’s Contemporary Classical Music program perform The Mussels at The Boston Conservatory – Ipswich Building.
2/8/18: DieOrdnungDerDinge performs Adagio for faces on “If You Know What I Mean” at Gare du Nord, Basel.
2/15/18: Guqin concert featuring Fine-feathered friends, Begin Again, and Circling – at the Chip Davis Technology Studio, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute.t
2/16/18: Tiffany Ng premieres Southern vs. Northern Lion for carillon on the Central Campus carillon, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
2/26-2/27/18: Sound & Participation conference, Brussels
3/11/18: Tiffany Ng performs Southern vs. Northern Lion and glass umbrella at National Carillon, Lake Burley Griffin, Australia.
3/23/18: San Francisco Contemporary Music Players premiere Cold mountains, one belt, heart break green.
3/27/18: Experimental Music in Practice, led by Alice Teyssier, perform Declaration with Alison Knowles and Pauline Oliveros at the Avery Fisher Center @ Bobst Library.
4/4/18: Miquel Vich Vila and ensemble perform Adagio on festival détours de babel at Salle Messiaen – Grenoble, France.
4/5/18: The woods are miles to sleep to sleep highly commended by Ars Electronica Forum Wallis 2018.
4/10/18: Interview on site-specific composition with composer Hans Roel, Brussels.
4/12/18: Salisbury University Percussion Ensemble premieres Good work, Salisbury, MD.
4/16/18: Luis Tabuenca performs The Sport of Cooking at Cairo Opera House, Cairo Contemporary Music Days, Egypt.
4/27/18: Fine-feathered Friends with Berglind Tomasdottir, featuring Stomachs of Ravens and other music for guqin and flute, National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik.
4/27/18: COWs Concert Series with Berglind Tomasdottir, featuring Declaration, In 1839…, Fine-feathered Friends, Stomachs of Ravens, and This is a Scream at Mengi, Reykjavik.
4/29/18: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Yale Memorial Carillon, New Haven, CT.
5/13/18: Unheard-of/Ensemble performs Sentence on Applause New Music Festival, Mansfield, TX.
5/18/18: NOISE BRIDGE and Bugallo-Williams Duo perform The Mussels for quartet at GEDOK-Galerie, Stuttgart.
5/18/18: C3LA performs Declaration at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.
5/19/18: C3LA performs Declaration at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, Los Angeles.
6/5/18: Body Music (featuring Good Work, In 1838…, and Signs of Struggle) on Dogstar Festival with Ian Power, Liam Mooney and Erika Bell, Automata, Los Angeles.
6/15-6/24/18: Teaching as a Guest Composer at nief-norf Summer Festival, Knoxville, TN.
6/16/18: I perform Fine-feathered Friends and The woods are miles and miles to sleep for guqin and media, Powell Recital Hall, Knoxville.
6/16/18: I perform This is a Scream for voice, Powell Recital Hall, Knoxville.
6/19/18: Gordon Fry, Kathie Hsieh, Riley Leitch, James Meade, Kevin O’Connor, and I perform Some of Us are Agreeable People for field recordings and people, Powell Recital Hall, Knoxville.
6/20/18: Jonathan Tang, Kathie Hsieh, Georgia Mills, and I perform Relationships with Gravity, for quartet and video, Powell Recital Hall, Knoxville.
6/24/18: Alexandria Porter performs Drown (for Allie), Powell Recital Hall, Knoxville.
7/3/18: Batya MacAdam-Somer premieres Some Dragons at Hastings Art Center, Hastings, MN.
7/6/18: I perform Some dragons and Confession at Battery Books, Pasadena, CA.
7/10/18: Batya MacAdam-Somer performs Some Dragons at United-Unitarian Church of Door County, Wisconsin.
9/29-9/30/18: Human windchimes at Y-E-S Fest, Agora, Berlin.
10/2/18: Tiffany Ng performs Southern v. Northern Lion for carillon at Burton Memorial Tower, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 58th Annual Organ Conference.
10/9/18: LA Phil New Music Group premieres The Sleeper and the Drinker, flute concerto for Denis Bouriakov, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles.
10/14/18: a.pe.ri.o.dic performs In 1839 it was considered elegant to take a tortoise out walking on Frequency Series, Constellation, Chicago, IL.
11/14/18: Batya Macadam-Somer performs Some Dragons for violin at San Diego New Music, The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, La Jolla, CA.
11/9/18: Neil Beckmann premieres Mom and Dad Are Not at Home for guitar at Spectrum, New York City.
11/18/18: Neil Beckmann performs Mom and Dad Are Not at Home for guitar on Cincinnati Soundbox, 21c Museum Hotel, Cincinnati, OH.
11/29/18: Ghent Advanced Masters Ensemble premieres a new arrangement of Our Glass Bodies for sextet, PostX, Ghent.
12/14/18: HEX Ensemble performs Persimmons for vocal sextet, Monk Space, Los Angeles.
1/20/17: Begin again (talk with parrots), for field recording and guqin, is included on Notes from Sub-Underground, a compilation in protest of Inauguration Day organized by Kara Feely and Travis Just – all proceeds go to the ACLU.
1/24-1/30/17: co-incidence residency at Washington Street Gallery, Somerville, MA
1/27/17: Once Far, Now Hear – solo sets by guest artists, including This is a scream.
1/29/17: From Sunrise until Completion – new works performed by co-incidence ensemble, including In 1839 it was considered elegant to take a tortoise out walking.
2/6/17: Mark Menzies performs Regarding chickens, death as part of 4:7 at REDCAT, Los Angeles.
2/14/17: Mocrep performs Human Windchimes at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Frequency Festival.
2/24/17: The Mussels for Wild Rumpus, inspired by Divya Victor’s The Mussels, at First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco.
3/21/17: Supermarket Music with Berglind Tómasdóttir at Bonus, Reykjavik.
3/23/17: Berglind Tómasdóttir performs Britney Whitney Clark Kent Is Not a Disguise at Brunel University, London.
4/6/17: Keir GoGwilt premieres Study on Westhoff Suite No.5 for violin, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego.
4/7/17: Caleb Herron performs What We Swallow Turns Around at Midtown Players Club on SoundNOW Festival, Atlanta.
4/15/17: Equilibrium Ensemble performs Made in China, Made in California at New School of Music, Cambridge, MA.
4/19/17: On Structure performs Tragedy at Experimental Theater, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego.
5/28/17: The 24: Practicing Slow and In 1839 it was considered elegant to take a tortoise walking at Qubit’s Sound Space Simulation at The Dimenna Center for Classical Music, New York City.
6/7/17: NOISE BIAS performs This Is a Scream with works by Kelley Sheehan, Pamela Z, Emily Koh, Judy Jackson at Slate Arts, Chicago.
6/21/17: Sarah Compton, Erin Snedecor, David Floyd, and Daniel Schreiner perform Sentence for quartet at Nief-Norf Festival in Knoxville, TN.
6/24/17: DieOrdnungDerDinge performs Adagio on If You Know What I Mean, Kontraklang at Heimathafen Neukölln, Berlin.
7/8/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten.
7/14/17: The Syndicate for New Arts performs a new quintet arrangement of Our Glass Bodies on It Looks Like It’s Open: The Syndicate at It Looks Like It’s Open with Shred van Winkle, Columbus, OH.
7/16/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Collégiale St-Vincent, Soignies, Belgium.
7/18/17: The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Cincinnati at Chase Public: The Syndicate for the New Arts & Brianna Matzke + Annie Gordon
7/20/17: The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Kalamazoo at First Congreagational Church: The Syndicate at First Congregational UCC Kalamazoo
7/22/17: The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Buffalo at Daily Planet Coffee Co. Inc.: Sotte Voce Collective x The Syndicate for the New Arts
7/22/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at De Lebuïnustoren, Deventer, the Netherlands.
7/28/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Sint-Quintinuskathedraal, Hasselt, Belgium.
7/31/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Sint-Niklaaskerk, Neerpelt, Belgium.
8/4/17: Guqin performance – From Ditan, Fine-feathered Friends, Puan zhou – on Underwolf at the Outhaus, Los Angeles.
8/5/17: Tiffany Ng performs glass umbrella at Centralia Carillon, Centralia, IL.
8/16/17: NOISE BIAS performs This Is a Scream at Slate Arts, Chicago.
9/14/17: Rachel Beetz plays pipe for solo flute at Palomar College Concert Hour, San Marcos, CA.
9/23/17: Guqin peformance with turntablist Ignaz Schick at Villa Aurora, Pacific Palisades, CA.
10/14/17: Symphony No.1 premieres Animalcules at the War Memorial, Baltimore.
10/15/17: Symphony No.1 premieres Animalcules at the War Memorial, Baltimore.
10/15/17: Body Music with Ian Power – including Signs of Struggle, This Is a Scream, In 1839 it was considered elegant to take a tortoise out walking, and The 24 – at EMP, Baltimore.
10/30/17: Curatorium (Copenhagen) presents As from the body if exhaled the sprite.
11/3/17: Salisbury Percussion Ensemble performs Hamlet, for percussion sextet.
11/12/17: Berglind Tómasdóttir performs Britney Whitney Clark Kent Is Not a Disguise at Tónlistarhúsið Laugarborg, Akureyri, Iceland.