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My work Hummingbird Medicine for vibraphone and computer was selected for the 2015 SEAMUS conference to be held in Blacksburg, VA March 26-28. Thanks to Dino Georgeton for performing the work. In addition, I will also perform Jon Christopher Nelson’s Guitar Conduction #1: … Continue reading
Da Camera Young Artists-Museum Day
Thanks to everyone at Da Camera for inviting me to present at their Museum Day festivities. Three great shows at three amazing venues!
500 Great Things About Wichita
Brandon Bell did an amazing job premiering my piece 500 Great Things About Wichita for percussion and computer. It was commissioned by Brandon with the support of a Presser Graduate Music Award from Rice University.
Market Square Installation
A video about market square installation that I completed with Jo Fleischauer and Anthony Brandt. It will be running until March, 2014.
Rara Avis Recording Session
Scott Marosek recording Rara Avis at KUHF. Special thanks to Ryan Edwards for engineering the project.
Ritual House at UNT
Rara Avis for piano, computer and video was commissioned last Thursday at the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology at Connecticut College. It was a wonderful collaboration between Carmen Montoya, Scott Marosek, and myself. It was great to meet the staff … Continue reading
Michael McGrath is premiering my work Baptist Pumpkin Center for drumset and computer this Saturday at Rice University. There will also be premieres by Kurt Stallmann and Robert Yekovich and a work by Art Gottschalk. The concert features a number … Continue reading
Dylan Chmura-Moore and I performed my work Unsafe Microwave Oven Experiments at the SEAMUS national conference at Lawrence University this past week. It was a great success!
Secret Society performed at the Jean Gebser International Convention
I performed my piece Secret Society for the Jean Gebser Internation Convention held at Rice University on October 19th. Here’s the video (a tripod and luck, no separate recording!). There were some really cool pieces on the concert by Hsiao-Lan … Continue reading