Music by Boulez, Zappa, Shore, Previn, and Alban Berg's great Violin Concerto
A night honoring the legendary film composer, including some of his greatest soundtrack hits and music composed for the concert hall
A performance of Don Wheelock's Music for Seven Players with the composer and members of the Smith College and UMass Amherst faculties
A new opera composed by Eric Sawyer, with musical direction by Eduardo Leandro, based on the true story of a scandal revolving around the arrest of a closeted gay professor for possessing erotic magazines. Evening performances are Sept. 15, 16, 23 at 8pm, with Sunday matinees at 3pm on Sept. 17 and 24
iQ presents its first of two concert as Music at St. David's ensemble-in-residence with music by Bela Bartok and Dave Maric
Join Pique Collective outside MICA for a communal rendition of Terry Riley's In C - we will be passing out shakers, kazoos, and all kinds of other instruments for you to jam along!
An evening featuring one of my favorite works, Reich's Variations for Vibes, Pianos, and Strings, Boulez's Répons, with soloists from ICE, and more
The inaugural concert of this new orchestral series features an André Previn world premiere, Copland's Appalachian Spring, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, and more
I will join 23 other performers and 6 composition fellows along with an amazing faculty including Eighth Blackbird and some incredible guests for this inaugural two-week retreat in Ojai, CA. The festival will culminate in two concerts on June 23rd and 24th.
The Pique Collective presents Detach Mode, the first in a series of meditation concerts. Come unwind in a dark room and relax to the sounds of Arvo Pärt, Carlo Domeniconi, Alexandra Gardner, and John Cage.
Matt Keown and I perform at "New Music, New Sounds," a program at New Haven's Educational Center for the Arts with our core repertoire as well as premieres of pieces by students in the ECA composition department
Pique presents small sets of new music sponsored by Bottoms Up Bagels to raise money for a couple upcoming projects. Eat free bagels and drink free mimosas while listening to music by Timo Andres, George Crumb, George Aperghis, Ted Hearne, and more.
iQ plays a set on NMG's "Grab Bag of Awesome" concert on the final day of their third annual festival at Bowling Green State University
Taking on Julia Wolfe's Dark Full Ride for four drumsets with Garrett Arney, Matt Keown, and Adam Rosenblatt, in an evening featuring Julia's music, with a pre-show talk led between Julia and curator Judah Adashi
Mind on Fire unleashes in Baltimore with a program of heavy-hitting chamber orchestra works and re-works including the sounds of Julia Wolfe, James Young, Amy Beth Kirsten, and more. Also on the line-up is Ted Hearne's furtive movements for drumset and cello, for which I'll join forces with Peter Kibbe
DC's Newprism returns to the scene after a four-year hiatus with a program featuring the music of Sørensen, Hosokawa, and artistic director Rob Baker
Hopping up to New Haven to join the great Matt Keown and other Yale Percussion Group members for a performance of one of my favorite pieces, Mike Laurello's Spine
My Peabody Prep colleague, Adam Rosenblatt, and I will be performing arrangements of Andy Akiho's Karakurenai and John Cage's In a Landscape alongside new choreography by Peabody's Contemporary Dance director, Connie Dinapoli - shows are Saturday 3/25 at 7:30pm and Sunday 3/26 at 3pm
Joining the Pique Collective for a minimalism program including Reich's Music for Pieces of Wood, Nagoya Marimba/Guitar, Rzewski's Attica, and Tom Johnson's Narayana's Cows
Performing Ethan's Catalog I - Reading and Writing with bass clarinetist Ann Hung, cellist Jo Whang, and pianist Yevgeny Yontov
Matt Keown and I will conclude a year-long residency with the Yale College composition department, performing works by student composers as well as by faculty members, Conrad Kaczmarek and Kathryn Alexander.
A solo percussion set as well as some collaborations with colleague, friend, and toy piano extraordinaire, David Smooke on this split bill curated by James Young and Samantha Buker for their series' inaugural season
iQ performs as guest artists on a program with the UMass Advanced Percussion Ensemble, directed by Ayano Kataoka
Returning to Yale's new music series to play a chamber work for bass clarinet, cello, piano, and vibes by my good friend Ethan Braun
iQ performs the *world premiere* of Michael Laurello's churches made out of shipwrecks alongside Lansky and Reich
Rejoining the wonderful Brooklyn-based ensemble mise-en for a tour to Florida with a program featuring Ligeti's Piano Concerto
Looking forward to playing some snare drum, marimba, and theatrical percussion for music students in Norfolk, CT
iQ performs our favorites from Reich and Lansky