- Off to Ostrava Days Institute!
- May and August 2013 newsletters.
- More newsletters!: January 2013, April 2013 (#1), and April 2013 (#2: Streaming)
- Accordionist Henry Doktorski wrote a nice little summation of his experience performing Shadow in the Hot Sun with Alia Musical last month.
- Here are some newsletters: April 2010, June 2010, September 2010, November 2010, April 2011, July 2011, September 2011, January 2012, March 2012, May 2012, June 2012, November 2012.
- On May 1, 2010, Moon young Ha's group, MEANS, will premiere (Restful Waters)(מי מנחות) for Soprano, flute, clarinet, piano, violin, and 'cello in Champagne-Urbana, Illinois.
- newsletters: August/September and November 2010
- Yelha Wourar, an arrangement of the Algerian song, for chamber orchestra and traditional Algerian instruments, was performed on Novermber 7, 2009, at the Conservatoire d'Aulnay-sous-Bois.
- It's going to be a busy spring - I'm writing pieces for small orchestra (for the Acanthes Festival in Metz, France) and for undisclosed chamber ensemble for Music10, in Switzerland. Guess it'll be a busy summer, too!
- Upcoming concert! In New York City, on October 1, 2009, Nuevos Misterios will be performed, by Flying Forms, at (le) poisson rouge, on the Gotham Early Music Scene Fall Showcase.
- I attended the Academie Musicale de Villecroze from July 21-August 1 for their composer workshop, which culminated in the premiere of Three Studies for Soprano, Accordion, and String Trio (Shadow in the Hot Sun).
- The newsletter from July.
- Newsletters from March and April.
- Said newsletters celebrate the highly successful dual-world premieres of Nuevos Misterios in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and the New York premiere of Rising
- Here's the February newsletter.
- Omie Speaks is premiered in La Courneuve, near Paris. See the blog for details.
- Radio producer Sarah Elzas has produced a piece for Network Europe about the Saxophones en fête festival, featuring an interview with me.
- January newsletter. Happy New Year!
- I received an October 2008 grant from the American Music Center in order to purchase pedals and amplification equipment for Nuevos Misterios. Press release here.
- I received a 2008 ASCAPlus award.
- Uhhh... Newsletters from April, May, and June
- American Purgatory, a radio documentary on the process of applying political asylum for which I wrote the music, has appeared on a number of radio stations in the US. Keep tabs on its progress here.
- At the end of June, I had a successful workshop-and-performance experience in Croatia and Slovenia for my new choral piece, Rising. The full piece will appear in New York City this fall or winter.
- I was named a finalist for the Utah Arts Festival's 2009 National Commissioning Program in chamber music. Congratulations to Kurt Rohde for winning, and to co-finalists Kyle Bartlett and Douglas Boyce.
- Sally Wall will premiere the complete Wedge Miniatures on March 12 at 8pm at the Staller Center for the Performing Arts. Then she'll play it again, same place, 2 days later on the 14th.
- First, various newsletters: December and February
- Those newsletters preview the trip I just made to New York for premieres of two movements of the new 4 Harpsichord Preludes for Baroque Trio, and my choral work based on Raymond Queneau's Exercices de style.
- QNG is playing the revised version on Everybody's Going There on November 1, 2007 in Reno, Nevada. The concert is at 7:30pm at the Nightingale Concert Hall on the University of Nevada-Reno's campus. More details here.
- Here are the newsletters from July and August. No September letter, since I was on vacation the whole month.
- And here's the conclusion-of-October letter
6/26 Here's the June newsletter
6/26 Almost despite itself, three movements of Wedge Miniatures will be performed at the Espace Francois Mauriac in Sevran on Friday June 29 at 8:45pm (20h45). [Note the change from 8pm!] The performers will be Samuel Andreyev (oboe) and Hyun Hwa Cho (piano). Here's how to get there:
- Take the RER B towards Roissy-CDG, but not the train that goes straight from Paris to the airport. Sit towards the back of the train
- When you get out of the train, go to the back exit. Keep going straight (south). You'll be walking along ave. Andre Toutain, which becomes ave. de Lattre de Tassigny.
- At the end of ave. de Lattre de Tassigny, you'll come to a T intersection with ave. du General Leclerc. On your right will be a square with a quote from de Gaulle. Cross ave. du General Leclerc, and the Espace Francois Mauriac will be the low building right in front of you.
- The Espace Francois Mauriac claims that it is located at 51, ave du General Leclerc. However, if you put that into any online map provider, you get the wrong place. You can't trust everything you see on the web...
- Here's a map of how to get from the RER station to the Espace Francois Mauriac.
Here's the May newsletter
4/24 Have a listen to the credits from Still Life, a short film directed by Hector Ceballos. The credits music combines and elaborates on the main ideas that went into the soundtrack-y part.
Here's the details on Anthony Romanuik's performance of Prelude and Fantasia on April 11 in The Hague:
- time: 12:30pm
- location: Koninklijk Conservatorium, Studio 1
- address: Juliana Van Stolberglaan 1. It's a 5 minute walk from the central station.
- the program: 3 harpsichordists each playing a Baroque piece and a contemporary piece back-to-back. At least someone will be playing Continuum by Ligeti
- the concert is free
2/28 new clips up! (G Train and MidSummer) Plus a couple of tentative performances to annouce:
- April 11 in The Hague, Anthony Romaniuk will play Prelude and Fantasia
- June 29 in Sevran (near Paris), a new piece, Wedge Miniatures for oboe and piano, will get its French premiere.
Welcome to the new and improved website! (Launched 2/6/2007)
In addition to the new design, I've added expanded biography and music sections, and anticipate an upcoming section for writings (a.k.a. "blog") as well. Stay tuned!
I recently completed the score for Hector Ceballos's short film, Still Life.