Yesterday, I made a long-anticipated trip to Caramoor to take in the Garden of Sonic Delights, curated by my good friend Stephan Moore. It was amazing in myriad ways, and I’m so glad that I was able to go. Pics and sound to follow soon. The exhibition runs through Novermber 2 – if you have the chance to go check it out, you will not regret it.
I’ll be playing the live accompaniment for Amleto (Hamlet), which has not been performed since 1871, under the baton of Anthony Barrese in its U.S. premiere at Baltimore Concert Opera on Oct. 2 and 5. I will also be the répétiteur for its fully-staged production with orchestra at Opera Southwest in Albuquerque, N.M – performances will be Oct. 26, 31, and Nov. 2.
New sound art, about to be published (details soon). I’ve mixed and manipulated several recordings I’ve made during Tucson’s monsoon season over the past few summers, have a listen:
This weekend, I will play several works by Chopin as I accompany Tucson Regional Ballet’s performances of “Les Sylphides.” Saturday Apr. 26 at 2 and 7:30pm, and Sunday Apr. 27 at 2pm, in Leo Rich Theater.
I am honored to play works by Hindemith, Martinů and Martin this weekend with Susan Milan, professor of flute at London’s Royal College of Music. Sunday, April 6, 7pm, Holsclaw Hall, UA School of Music. Admission is free. http://music.arizona.edu/News-Events/event/1004
I will be presenting some of my electro-acoustic work as a part of the EDGE Series at Casa Libre en la Solana, curated by Melissa Buckheit. Teré Fowler Chapman and Sharon Suzuki-Martinez will also be reading their work in the same event. Wednesday March 26, 2014, at 7:30pm at Casa Libre – suggested donation $5. More information here.
You can find audio from my recent concert “Piano, The Other Piano, and Neither Piano” on my soundcloud page:
There you can also find audio of the panel discussion I hosted regarding soundscapes and acoustic ecology on February 5, 2013.