Concert

Concert at Ohio University

Late notice, but I just found out that my piece, “Ends on A”, for woodwind quartet and piano, will be performed by Ohio University’s New Music Ensemble tomorrow, April 5th. If you’re in the area, consider stopping by! Also on the program will be Terry Riley’s “In C”, which is a must-C. …Get it? …I’m sorry.

Info about the event is available here.

An earlier recording of “Ends on A”:

Scriabin Response Project Premiere Concert

Last night, pianist Kristofer Rucinski performed the premiere concert of his Scriabin Response Project, in which he commissioned twelve composers to respond to Alexander Scriabin’s 12 Etudes, Op. 8. While I was not able to attend, I heard that the concert went wonderfully. Not only did Kris perform all 24 pieces, but he memorized them as well! The second part of this project will be a studio album recording– I greatly look forward to hearing the results and sharing them with you.

For now, have a listen to the Scriabin etude to which I was asked to respond:

…And the poster for my individual etude:

New Website, New Year, New Music, New Me..!

Ok well, at least some of those things must be true, right? …Right.

I’m back from the depths of the holiday abyss to say hello, suggest that you peruse my new, streamlined site, and…

I’m happy to share that my music will be featured as part of Sound Riot’s upcoming “Galentine’s Day” concert in Nashville, TN, which features music by women, played by women, and supporting women. All proceeds from that night will go to support Mending Hearts Inc., an organization dedicated to helping women.

In the next few weeks I hope to share some recent projects I’ve been working on, but until then, enjoy a performance of Five Miniatures, which will be on the upcoming Sound Riot charity concert: