Updates

November 4, 2017; Étapes for solo multi-percussion and quad electronics, Ju-Ju for flute, selections from Anthems and Elegies, for violin and piano. Seully Hall, Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA

2017-18: Visiting Associate Professor at Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA.

April 4, 2017, fig. 1—, for soprano and piano, BCM, Boston, MA (Tony Arnold and Jacob Greenberg)

February 23, 2017, Codex Borbonicus, for violin duo, at Berk Hall, Boston, MA. (Written for String Noise.)

2017: Jedediah Foundation New Music Commission

November 2, 2016: BSCO performance of Sub-Subterraneans, Cambridge, MA

2016-17: Visiting Associate Professor at Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA.

October 26th, 2016: Elegy for piano and cello David Friend Recital Hall, Boston, MA

Fall 2016; Visiting Associate Professor at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

January 20, 2016, Cage Party Piece, UT Connewitz, Leipzig, Germany, Forum of Contemporary Music

October 4th, 2015, Ju-Ju, for solo flute, The Outpost, Cambridge, MA, 8:00 (Orlando Cela flute, Hazmat)

September 21st, 2015, Torsion, for viola and electronics, DFRH, Berklee College of Music

Fall 2015; Visiting Associate Professor at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

2015-16 Berklee Faculty Fellowship to compose a new work for percussion and interactive electronics.

April 21, 2015, An Wem, Terezija Cukrov, pianist, Zagreb Bienale, Zagreg, Croatia

March 27, 2015, Torsion, for viola and electronics, SEAMUS 2015, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

March 25, 2015, Elegy (cello version) by Ensemble Pamplemousse, nienteForte Festival, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

March 14, 2015: “Padova, citta della culla…”, (2015), Interensemble, Padova, Italy

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