Tonight’s the night! My video piece (nagual/tonal) will be performed at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) 2015 Conference. It will be featured in the final concert of the conference on March 28th at 10pm in Theatre 101 on the campus of Virginia Tech. It has been a great conference so far, full of lots of awesome new electronic music!
I’m very happy to announce that my video piece (nagual/tonal) was chosen for performance at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2015 Conference. The conference will be held March 26 – 28, 2015 at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. The theme of the conference is “Emotion and Electroacoustic Music.” My piece will be performed in the final concert starting at 10pm on March 28th in Theatre 101 on the campus of Virginia Tech. Hope to see some of you there!
One final reminder! Percussionist Scott Gettlin will be performing a recital of percussion works tonight at CCM’s Cohen Family Studio Theater at 8:30pm in Cincinnati, OH. The program will include my piece “Big Money, Big Prizes” for electric guitar, bass, tenor sax, and percussion. Please join us if you can! I will add a recording of the performance to the site once it is available.
I’m pleased to announce that CiCLOP (Cincinnati Composers Laptop Orchestra Project) will be featured at this year’s Cincinnati Fringe Festival. We will be doing five shows throughout the festival on May 29th, May 31st, June 2nd, June 5th, and June 8th. The show features a chopped up version of Rick Prelinger’s film ‘Panorama Ephemera’ with a live score provided by laptop performers, a string trio, and a percussionist. All five performance will take place at 1211 Jackson Street in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in downtown Cincinnati. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit http://www.cincyfringe.com/performance/panorama-ephemera/
I’m pleased to announce two upcoming gallery showings of a recent work, which is the result of a collaboration with visual artist Maggie Mahlock. The work is an installation that features a homemade electronic instrument that I designed, which has sensors that react to a projection of Maggie’s video to perform the instrument. It will be featured Friday, April 26th from 6-9pm at the Clay Street Press Gallery located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in downtown Cincinnati. This is occurring in conjunction with the ‘Final Friday’ event in Over-the-Rhine, which features events at most of the art galleries in the area. The work is also currently on display at the Reed Gallery in the DAAP building on the University of Cincinnati campus until April 29th.
Tonight one of my most recent works ‘Motor Music’ will be premiered at the Sonic Explorations concert at CCM. The piece is for an electronic instrument I built myself, which consists of keyboard controlled motors that act as percussive drivers for clay pots and other objects. The concert will be in the Cohen Family Studio Theater at 8pm in Mary Emery Hall (CCM).