On Wednesday, May 14th at 7:00pm I’m curating a concert at the Tribeca New Music Festival at the Cell Theatre in NYC. It's called “Film to Stage” and the program features work written by me, Carter Burwell, John Corigliano, Frank London, Huang Ruo, Rob Schwimmer and Bora Yoon. See the preview video in the sidebar on right of this page. My pieces are Stations of Light and Shift and feature video by Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder and Laurie Olinder. More info here
On Saturday, May 17 at 7pm at The Church of the Holy Trinity in NYC, the Octopipers, the middle school girls chorus from the Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford will join the Young People’s Chorus of New York City in a concert that includes two pieces of mine, Bobobo and How To Survive In The Woods. The concert is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $10 at the door of the Church of the Holy Trinity, 316 East 88th Street.
On May 22 at 8pm as part of the Musical Ecologies series Shem Guibbory and Rex Benincasa will be performing Slowly She Turned in Brooklyn at the Old Stone House. More info here
On May 2nd Stations of Light was performed at the Oberhausen Short Film Festival in Germany by cellist Dirk Wiethegar, with live projections by Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder.
On April 6th at the Morgan Library in NYC soprano Christine Brewer sang the world premiere of I song I wrote for her Sorry For Your Loss.
On March 28th at Bryn Mawr College Kiera Duffy sang the world premiere of Our Vision for the Future, at a concert presented by Lyric Fest, who commissioned the piece.
In the coming year I'll be working on a number of new pieces including - Veronica, an evening length piece for former Kronos Quartet cellist Jeffrey Zeigler and the projection artists Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder; two pieces for mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves, one with the Romero Guitar Quartet and one with the chorus VocalEssence; and a song for soprano Christine Brewer.