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Willingly (San Francisco, 2.24.17)

“If you had told me ten years ago that some day I would willingly ____, I wouldn’t have believed you.”

Willingly is based on recordings of friends and family completing that sentence, using actual experiences from their lives. It’s been performed in a variety of places, and this February it gets its West Coast premiere by members of Wild Rumpus.

You’ll also hear music by Carolyn Chen, William Dougherty, William Gardiner and Richard Reed Parry.

8 PM
Friday, Febuary 24, 2017
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Francisco
1187 Franklin St, San Francisco, CA

Willingly (San Francisco, 3.5.17)

Wild Rumpus reprises Willingly as part of the Hot Air Music Festival, alongside works by John Luther Adams, Louis Andriessen and Philip Glass.

7 PM
Sunday, March 5, 2017
San Francisco Conservatory Concert Hall
50 Oak St, San Francisco, CA

A Presentation (Chicago, 3.11.17)

Gretel Carson of Noise Bias narrates my dystopanopticonspiralytpic video piece A Presentation to the Board at a concert called “Noise Bias made you a mixtape.”

Everything on the concert features prerecorded sound. Other composers included: Kyong Mee Choi, Kelley Sheehan and Kate Soper.

8:30 PM
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Narloch Piano Studio
4636 N Francisco Ave, Chicago, IL

NMG (Bowling Green, OH, 5.11.17 & 5.12.17)

At this year’s New Music Gathering, I’ll be:

a) giving a lecture about my dissertation research on electronic advertising music and sound logos, including the work of Raymond Scott, Eric Siday, Suzanne Ciani and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
3:15 PM
Thursday, May 11, 2017

b) participating in a panel on inclusion in new music, along with Elisabeth Blair, Katherine Dubbs, Inti Logan Figgis-Vizueta, Kala Pierson and Evan Williams.
3:30 PM
Friday, May 12, 2017

both at:
BGSU College of Musical Arts
1031 Moore Musical Arts Center, Bowling Green, OH