Calendar 2017-18

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New works in 2017/18 for:

  • Symphony No. 1, Baltimore
  • Mélange, Washington, DC
  • San Francisco Contemporary Music Players
  • Noisebridge, Stuttgart
  • Chamber Cartel, Atlanta
  • loadbang, New York
  • Jared Redmond, piano, Berlin
  • Tiffany Ng, carillon, Ann Arbor

2018

1/12-1/13/18:   Mélange premieres Cut white at the Baltimore War Memorial.

2/15/18:   Guqin concert featuring Fine-feathered friends, Begin Again, and Circling – at the Chip Davis Technology Studio, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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

3/23/18:   San Francisco Contemporary Music Players premiere Cold mountains, one belt, heart break green.

4/12/18:   Salisbury University Percussion Ensemble premieres new piece, Salisbury, MD.

 

2017

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.

2/5/17:   Christine Tavolacci premieres breathe out clouds for bass flute and singing at Automata, Los Angeles.

2/6/17:   Mark Menzies performs Regarding chickens, death as part of 4:7 at REDCAT, Los Angeles.

2/10/17:   Klangforum Wien, conducted by Enno Poppe, premieres We were dead and we could breathe at impuls festival in Graz, Austria.

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.

4/14/17:   Hilary Young performs Persimmons on XX Concert @ Springfest, Conrad Prebys Music Center, San Diego.

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.

4/29/17:   Signs of Struggle with Happy Valley Band presented by Experimental Music Yearbook at Human Resources, Los Angeles, reviewed by Paul Muller.

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.

6/3/17:   Declaration for untrained singers, commissioned and premiered by the Dogstar Orchestra at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles.

6/7/17:   NOISE BIAS performs works by Kelley Sheehan, Pamela Z, Emily Koh, Judy Jackson, and Carolyn Chen at Slate Arts, Chicago.

6/17/17:  Andy Bliss, Stephen Downing, Alexandrea Richard, Kevin Zetina, Kays Ishaq, and Jon Clancy premiere Hamlet for 6 percussionists at Nief-Norf Festival in Knoxville, TN.

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.

7/15/17:  The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Pittsburgh at The Irma Freeman Center for ImaginationNAT 28 + The Syndicate for the New Arts

7/16/17:  The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Cleveland at St. John’s Ohio CityThe Syndicate at St. John’s Ohio City

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 PublicThe Syndicate for the New Arts & Brianna Matzke + Annie Gordon

7/19/17:  The Syndicate for New Arts performs Our Glass Bodies in Chicago at Slate Arts and PerformanceSMP: The Syndicate for the New Arts + Noise Bias

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

7/20/17:  This is a scream with Kyle Johnson’s I’m not really much of a talker on the wulf @ Coaxial Arts, Los Angeles.

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.

11/12/17:   Berglind Tómasdóttir performs Britney Whitney Clark Kent Is Not a Disguise at Tónlistarhúsið Laugarborg, Akureyri, Iceland.

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.)

 

 

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