“Are you getting played more often?”

Thanks to Peter Jarvis for programming my drum set piece Monday on the New Music Series at WPUNJ.

One of my former students asked yesterday whether I’m getting played more or whether he just was noticing more performances of my work. Thanks to Pete and others (Gina Izzo, Erika Dohi, John McMurtery, Ashlee Mack, Jay Campbell, Mak Grgic, Stephen Gosling, C4, Joseph Arndt, Manhattan Choral Ensemble, ISCM, etc.), I’m getting played more. I am very grateful to them for their advocacy for and dedicated preparation of my work. Composers don’t exist if their music isn’t heard.

 

Upcoming Performances

Already this month, my music has been heard in Macomb, Illinois and Los Angeles. The next three weeks include five performances in New York. A busy time! I’m most grateful to the performers and presenters for bringing these works to life.

February

24 – For Milton,  League of Composers/ISCM Chamber Players; Tenri Cultural Institute, New York, 3 PM (details here).

28 – Premiere, My Kiss is a Journey, C4 Ensemble Choir; St. Luke in the Fields, New York, 8 PM (details here).

March

2 – My Kiss is a Journey, C4 Ensemble Choir; Engelmann Hall, Barush College, New York, 8 PM (details here).

9 – Premiere, Psalm 100 – Jubilate DeoManhattan Choral Ensemble; Church of the Holy Trinity, New York, 8 PM (details here).

11 – For Milton, Righteous Girls; Cornelia Street Cafe, New York, 8:30 PM, $10 cover.