SELECT RECENT & UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
OMAHA (all the things you could be you are you were)
June 20, 2017 @ 7 PM - Crosstown Arts Atrium, Memphis, TN
Blueshift Ensemble performs OMAHA (all the things you could be you are you were) in a concert presented jointly with Crosstown Arts and ICEBERG New Music. Audience Q & A follows the show. $10. More details here.
Many Worlds I (World Premiere)
May 10, 2017 @ 8 PM - DiMenna Center for Classical Music, NYC
Award-winning ensemble loadbang premieres Many Worlds I, based on new poetry by Jonathan Aprea, at a concert presented by ICEBERG New Music. $20 ticket price includes an open bar happy hour starting at 7:15 PM. Panel discussion to follow the show. More details here.
The F Word (World Premiere)
March 10, 2017 @ 7 PM - The Bitter End, NYC
ShoutHouse premieres The F Word, for amplified chamber ensemble, at New York City's oldest and most venerable rock venue. The performance features original lyrics by experimental MC spiritchild. Tickets $15 general, $10 students, available at the door. More info here.
TUTTI Festival 2017
February 9-11, 2017 - Denison University, Granville OH
Acclaimed new music quartet ETHEL performs OMAHA (all the things you could be you are you were) as part of Denison University's biannual TUTTI festival. More details here.
October 31, 2016 - NYC
Whitney George leads The Curiosity Cabinet in a Halloween performance of Prince Prospero.
Sonata/Sonare (World Premiere Performances)
June 23-25, 2016 - Aston Magna Music Festival, MA
The Aston Magna Music Festival presents three performances of Sonata/Sonare, a contemporary trio sonata, at Brandeis University (6/23), Bard College (6/24) and Great Barrington (6/25). Tickets and information available here.
Wilfred Owen at the Gates (World Premiere)
Gursky Songs (World Premiere)
He Never Heard That Fleshless Chant
March 3, 2016 @ 8 PM - National Opera Center, NYC
Pianist Yumi Suehiro, oboist Stuart Breczinski, and baritone Daniel Neer are featured soloists on this recital celebrating the merger of word and sound. Also on the program is a new work for string and voice by Kim Sherman. $15. More details here.