Recent & upcoming performances:
March 19, 2017. World premiere of Zealot Canticles, an 80-minute oratorio on texts by Nobel Prize winner Wole Soyinka, commissioned by The Barlow Endowment.
The Crossing, Donald Nally, Dir.  Philadelphia, PA.


June, 2017. Performance of orchestral and chamber works at the Alba Music Festival, Italy. Details TBA.

May 21, 2017.  Performance of Dear World by Nova Vocal Ensemble, Los Angeles, CA.

May 5, 2017. Boston Conservatory. Performance of concerto What We Do Is Secret by the Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble and Triton Brass.

April 5, 2017. Clarke Hall, University of Miami, Frost School of Music
Performance of Two by Miclen Laipang, violin.


April 1, 2017. Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, Bloomington, IN.
Performance of Zealot Canticle by NOTUS, Dominick DiOrio, cond.


March 1, 2017.  2017 Missouri State University Composition Festival.
Performance of Dear World by the University Chamber Choir.

Feb. 18, 2017.  The Winter Heat New Music Festival, University of Miami Frost School of Music.
Performance of Two by Miclen LaiPang, violin.


Feb. 4, 2017.  The 2017 FSU Festival of New Music, Florida State University.
Performance of What We Do Is Secret by the FSU Wind Ensemble, Richard Clary, Dir.


Feb. 1, 2017.  Western Michigan University.
Performance of Hardwood by Western Wind Quintet.


November 25, 2016. Auditorium della Nuova scuola di musica Vassura Baroncini, Imola, ITALY (outside of Bologna).
Performance of Processione di lacrime 
by the Freon Ensemble.

November 15, 2016. Ohio University, Athens, OH.
Performance of Processione di lacrime 
by the Ohio University New Music Ensemble.

November 11, 2016. Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.
Performance of OK-OK by a student sax quartet.


October 29, 2016. Memorial Hall, University of Kentucky.
Performance of Discipline
by ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Jacob Coleman, piano.

October 24, 2016. Marsh Auditorium, University of Southern Mississippi.
Performance of Discipline
by ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Jacob Coleman, piano.

October 22, 2016. William Carey University, Hattiesburg, MS.
Performance of Discipline
by ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Jacob Coleman, piano.

October 18, 2016. Performance of Hardwood by the Mexico City Woodwind Quintet.
Clarke Hall, University of Miami, Frost School of Music
.

October 15, 2016. Gusman Hall, University of Miami, Frost School of Music.
Performance of Discipline
by ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Jacob Coleman, piano.

October 8, 2016. Education & Community Center, Korean Church of Boston, Brookline, MA.
Performance of Requiem, v.2.001 by the What Is Noise? Ensemble
.

October 8, 2016. Space, Jamaica Plain, MA.
Performance of Requiem, v.2.001 by the What Is Noise? Ensemble
.

October 7, 2016. Longy School of Music, Boston, MA.
Performance of Requiem, v.2.001 by the What Is Noise? Ensemble
.

July 8, 2016. The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA.
Premiere of Dear World by The Crossing choir
.

Summer, 2016. Performances of Theft by Cholong Park at two Groupmuse concerts in Boston, MA.

June 27, 2016. International Double Reed Society Convention, Columbus State University, GA.
 Performance of Discipline by ToniMarie Marchioni, oboe; Jacob Coleman, piano
.

June 24, 2016. South Haven Performance Series, First United Methodist Church, South Haven, MI.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

May 21, 2016. Tehama Concert Series, State Theatre for the Arts, Red Bluff, CA.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

May 21, 2016. National Association of Composers (USA) National Conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Performance of Specific Gravity: 2.72 by Chatterbird ensemble
.

May 14, 2016. Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
Performance of blur by Courtney White, clarinet and Reese Burgan, saxophone
.

May 8, 2016. Nordic Saxophone Festival, the Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, Denmark.
Performance of OK-OK
.

April 24, 2016. Black Hills Chamber Music Society Series, First Congregational Church, Rapid City, SD.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

April 21, 2016. Clarke Hall, University of Miami.
Performance of Sikurtawa by the Frost Sax Quartet
.

April 18, 2016. Steinway Gallery, Coral Gables, FL.
Performance of Star Chamber by Miclen LaiPang
.

April 15-16, 2016. “McLoskey Festival” at Spectrum, New York City.
Two concerts of my music, including the premieres of Discipline by oboist ToniMarie Marchioni and Two by violinist Miranda Cuckson
.

April 9, 2016. Westermann Concert Hall, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

April 8, 2016. Clarke Hall, University of Miami.
Performance of Rite by Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion
.

April 5, 2016. University of Virginia.
Performance of Rite by Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion
.

April 1, 2016. Frontwave Festival, Palm Beach Atlantic University, FL.
Performance of Sikurtawa by the Frost Sax Quartet
.

March 20, 2016. Now Hear This Festival, Edmonton, Canada.
Performance of Specific Gravity: 2.72 by The Violet Collective ensemble
.

March 19, 2016. Now Hear This Festival, Edmonton, Canada.
Performance of OK-OK by the Edmonton Saxophone Quartet
.

March 19, 2016. Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA.
Performance of Zealot Canticle by Chorosynthesis Singers, w/Rachel Yoder, clarinet
.

March 14, 2016. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach, FL.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

March 13, 2016. Impromptu Classical Concerts, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Key West, FL.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass
.

March 9, 2016. Howard Recital Hall, Hope College, Holland, MI.
Performance of Requiem, v.2.001 by the What Is Noise ensemble
.

March 5, 2016. Webster University, St. Louis, MO.
Performance of Requiem, v.2.001 by the What Is Noise ensemble
.

March 7-10, 2016. The What Is Noise ensemble will be playing Requiem, v.2.001 in masterclasses at three schools in Western Michigan

March 4, 2016. University of Missouri, St. Louis.
Performance of Hardwood by Equinox quintet
.

February 27, 2016.  St. Mary’s Church, Kansas City, MO.
Performance of The Unreal City by the newEar Ensemble
.

January 30, 2016. Winter Heat New Music Festival, University of Miami.
Performance of Sikurtawa by Dale Underwood and the Frost Sax Quartet
.

January 16, 2016. 38th International Saxophone Symposium, Shenandoah University.
Premiere of Sikurtawa by Dale Underwood and the Frost Sax Quartet.


December 10, 2015. The Space, Boston, MA.
Performance of Theft by Cholong Park, piano.


November 14, 2015. SCI National Conference, University of Florida.
Performance of OK-OK by the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet


November 1, 2015. University of Missouri School of Music.
Performance of Rite for two pianos and two percussionists by the New Muse Piano Duo w/Megan Arns & Robert Dillon, percussion


September 16, 2015. Lilypad, Boston, MA.
Performance of Wild Bells by The Raha Duo


July 9, 2015. Cité de la musique et de la danse, Strasbourg, France. The World Saxophone Congress.
Premiere of Whirl by The Silver Duo


June 23, 2015. The Charlotte International New Music Festival.
Performance of Yellow
.

May 29, 2015. DiMenna Center, Cary Hall, New York City.
Performance of Yellow by TAK Ensemble.


May 10, 2015. Andreaskirche, Berlin, Germany.
Second performance of [...]Qumran Psa[lms...] by ensemberlino vocale.


May 9, 2015. St. Johannis-Kirche, Berlin, Germany.
Premiere of [...]Qumran Psa[lms...] for triple choir, commissioned by the Barlow Endowment, by ensemberlino vocale
.

March 30, 2015. Gusman Hall, Frost School of Music, Miami, FL.
Performance of Rite for two pianos/two percussionists.

 March 5, 2015. Bowling Green University, OH.
Performance of Specific Gravity: 2.72 by the BGSU New Music Ensemble, Christopher Dietz, Dir.

February 21, 2015.  All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, Kansas City, MO.
Performance of
The Unreal City by the newEar Ensemble w/Liz Pearse, soprano
.

February 20, 2015. Yale School of Music, New Haven, CT.
Performance of What We Do Is Secret by the Yale Wind Ensemble; Thomas Duffy, Dir.


February 8, 2015.  Jefferson College, St. Louis, MO.
Performance of
Quartettrope by Chamber Project St. Louis.


February 2, 2015.  Augsburg College, Stateren Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN.
Performance of
Hardwood by Pavia Winds.


January 29, 2015.  Florida State University's 2015 Festival of New Music.
Performance of
 Specific Gravity: 2.72.


January 16, 2014.  The Chapel Venue, St. Louis, MO.
Performance of
Quartettrope by
Chamber Project St. Louis.

December 9, 2014.  Konzerthaus, Berlin, Germany.
Premiere of Rite for two pianos and two percussionists, commissioned by Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion.

November 16, 2014.  Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music, Boston, MA.
Performance of
Glisten by Collage New Music featuring The Calyx Trio
.

September 27, 2014.  Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Performance of
Theft by 'a very small consortium.'


September 13, 2014.  Carolina Chamber Music Festival, New Bern, NC.
Performance of
 Glisten by The Calyx Trio, as the Composer-in-Residence.


April 13, 2014. Cedarhurst Chamber Music Series, Mt. Vernon, IL.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

April 12, 2014. Kendall Sound Arts concert series: "Feature concert"
Performance of blur by Margaret Donaghue, clarinet; Dale Underwood, sax; Star Chamber by Scott Flavin, violin, and Walking Distance for video and fixed media.

April 5, 2014. Chapel of the Venerable Bede, University of Miami.
Performance of Specific Gravity: 2.72 by The Other Music Ensemble.

April 3, 2014. Red Note Music Festival at Illinois State University.
Performance of Specific Gravity: 2.72 (Winner of the 2014 Composition Competition) by a faculty ensemble.

March 29, 2014. Frontwave New Music Festival, Palm Beach Atlantic University, FL.
Performances of blur by Nathan Mensink, sax; Derek Smith, clarinet.   Also performance of B(ee) Movie.

March 23, 2014. North American Saxophone Alliance National Biennial, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Performance of blur by George Weremchuk, sax; Keith Koons, clarinet.

March 8, 2014. Acoustica21 series: “feature/profile concert” featuring the music of Lansing McLoskey. Includes performances of blur by Margaret Donaghue, clarinet; Dale Underwood, sax; Hardwood by the graduate student wind quintet; Catherine’s Wheel and B(ee) Movie by Abby Young, violin; Elizabeth Galvan, marimba.

February 14, 2014. USF New Music Festival, Tampa, FL.
Performance of blur by Margaret Donaghue, clarinet; Dale Underwood, sax.

February 7, 2014. Grand Tetons Music Festival.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

January – February, 2014. Excerpts of The Madding Crowd played at eleven masterclasses around the country by Axiom Brass.

January 19, 2014. “Brassfest” at Western Illinois University.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

January 30, 2014. UNLV Performing Arts Center, Las Vegas, NV.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

January 24 & 25, 2014. Chamber Music Concerts (CMC) at Southern Oregon University.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.


January, 2014. Performances of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass in Tetons, Las Vegas, Oregon, Cedarhurst IL, and “Brassfest” at Western Illinois University.

November 19, 2013. Ames City Auditorium, Ames, Iowa.
Performance of
The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

October 17, 2013. The McCracken School, Skokie, IL.
Performance of excerpts of
The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

October 16, 2013. Festival Miami, University of Miami, FL.
Performance of Glisten by The Manhattan Piano Trio.

September 25, 2013. Performing Arts Exchange (PAE) Showcase, Nashville, TN.
The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

September 8, 2013. University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
Performance of blur by George Weremchuk, saxophone; Keith Koons, clarinet. 

August 21 & 25, 2013. The I Festival Nacional de Metales de Bogotá, Colombia.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Spanish Brass Luur Metalls. 

July 27, 2013. The Lieksa Brass Festival, Lieksa Cultural Centre, Finland.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Spanish Brass Luur Metalls.  

July 21, 2013. The Tanglewood Institute.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

May, 25 2013. XXXV Foro Internacional Música Nueva, Mexico City, Mexico.
Performance of Hardwood by the Mexico City Woodwind Quintet.

May 18, 2013. Goat Farm Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.
Performance 
of blur by Jan Baker, saxophone, and Kenneth Long, clarinet, on the Bent Frequency 10th Anniversary concert.

May 16, 2013. Nichols Hall, Music Institute of Chicago, IL.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

May 14, 2013. Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Axiom Brass.

May 3, 2013. Boyer College of Music, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Performance What We Do Is Secret by the Temple Wind Symphony, Emily Threinen, Dir.  

May 2, 2013. Sala Silvestre Revueltas del Conjunto Cultural Ollin Yoliztl, Mexico City.
Performance of Hardwood by the Mexico City Woodwind Quintet.

May 2, 2013. Boyer College of Music, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Performance Specific Gravity: 2.72 by the Temple Contemporary Music Ensemble, Jay Krush, Dir.  

March 14, 2013. University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Kimball Hall.
Performance What We Do Is Secret by the UNL Faculty Brass Quintet and the UNL Wind Ensemble, Dr. Carolyn Barber, Dir.  

March 1, 2013. North American Saxophone Alliance conference, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
Performance of OK-OK for sax quartet by the Hippocrene Saxophone Quartet.

February 14, 2013. National Conference of the Society of Composers, Inc., The Ohio State University.
Performance of OK-OK by the Anubis Saxophone Quartet.

February 14, 2013. "Celebrating New Music!" concert, Kansas State University.
 Performance of Hardwood by Konza Wind Quintet.
.


January 26, 2013.  Con Vivo Music presents the POV Trio, Jersey City.
Performance of Wild Bells, Amelia Hollander Ames, viola; Denise Fillion, piano.

January 20, 2013. Deering Estate "Living Artist Concert Series," Miami, FL.
Performance of Glisten for piano trio and painter. [postponed]  

January 8-31, 2013. Marco Island Center for the Arts, FL.
Exhibition of paintings by Rita Blitt based on my work "blur", and a viewing room where our collaborative video work "blur" was shown in a loop throughout the day.

January 15, 2013. Birmingham Chamber Music Society Concert Series, Birmingham Conservatoire, England.
Performance of Hardwood by Atéa Wind Quintet. 

November 10, 2012.  All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, Kansas City, MO.
Premiere of Specific Gravity: 2.72 by the newEar Ensemble, commissioned for their 20th Anniversary season.

November 8, 2012.  The Accidental Music Festival, Urban ReThink, Orlando, FL.
Performance of OK-OK by the Hippocrene Sax Quartet.


November 6, 2012.  Kansas State University..
Performance of Hardwood by Konza Winds.   

October 7, 2012.  Belmont University, Nashville, TN.
Performance of blur by Jan Baker, saxophone, and Kenneth Long, clarinet.  

October 5, 2012.  Pittsburgh.
Premiere of Haute Dance for Baroque Violin, gamba, and theorbo by Chatham Baroque.  

October 5, 2012.  Morehead State University, KY.
Performance of blur by Jan Baker, saxophone, and Kenneth Long, clarinet.  

October 3, 2012. Middle Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN.
Performance of blur by Jan Baker, saxophone, and Kenneth Long, clarinet.

September 26, 2012. University of Tampa, FL.
Performance of OK-OK by the Hippocrene Sax Quartet.

August 11, 2012.  The Empty Bottle, Chicago.
Performance and live-broadcast of Yellow by Access Contemporary Music.  

August 10, 2012.  2012 National Flute Association Convention, Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.
Premiere of Hardwood for wind quintet by Imani Winds, commissioned by the International Joint Wind Quintet Project.  

August 4, 2012.  2012 ClarinetFest (convention of the International Clarinet Association), University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Premiere of Hardwood for wind quintet by Konza Winds, commissioned by the International Joint Wind Quintet Project. 

July 11, 2012.  The 2012 International Double Reed Society Convention, University of Oklahoma.
Premiere of Hardwood for wind quintet by Madera Wind Quintet, commissioned by the International Joint Wind Quintet Project.  

June 20, 22, 23, 2012.  The Missouri Chamber Music Festival, St. Louis, MO.
Performances of Glisten and Processione di lacrime as the festival Composer-in-Residence. 

May 30, 2012. ENSEMS International Festival of Contemporary Music of Valencia, Spain.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Spanish Brass Luur Metalls.

May 30, 2012. Peabody Institute of Music.
Performance of blur by Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet; Dimitrios Kostaras, alto saxophone.

May 18, 2012.  44th International Horn Symposium, University of North Texas.
Premiere of Hardwood for wind quintet by Madera Wind Quintet, commissioned by the International Joint Wind Quintet Project.  Details TBA.

May 5, 2012.  MuseFest "New Music Everywhere" on State Street, Madison, WI.
Performance of Glisten by the New Muse Ensemble.

April 29, 2012.  National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH.
World premiere of Zealot Canticle by the Cincinnati Vocal Arts Ensemble. Information.

March 7, 2012.  Stony Brook University, NY.
Performance of Quartettrope by the Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, Eduardo Leandro, Dir.

February 11, 2012.  All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, Kansas City, MO.
Performance of Processione di lacrime by the newEar Ensemble. Information.

January 25, 2012. XVIII Ciclo de Música Contemporánea, Málaga, Spain.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Spanish Brass Luur Metalls.


January 21, 2012. Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, George Mason University Center for the Arts in Fairfax, VA.
Performance of OK-OK by The Frost Saxophone Quartet.

January 20, 2012. Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, George Mason University Center for the Arts in Fairfax, VA.
Performance of OK-OK by Jason Kush and the Slippery Rock Sax Quartet.

November 7, 2011. Slippery Rock University, PA.
Performance of OK-OK by the graduate sax quartet.

November 4, 2011.  Fresno New Music Festival, CA.
Performance of Yellow by TEMPO ensemble, Daniel Kessner, Dir.

November 2, 2011.  Festival Miami, "Divergent Boundries" concert, Gusman Hall.
Performance of The Unreal City, Kathleen Wilson, soprano. 

October 9, 2011.  Boston Conservatory Theatre, Boston.
Premiere of What We Do Is Secret, concerto for brass quintet and wind ensemble, by Triton Brass and the Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble, Eric Hewitt, Director.

September 13, 2011.  Stony Brook University, NY.
Performance of blur, Lisa Preimesberger, Basset horn; Michael Shane, clarinet. 

September 9, 2011.   Cal State Northridge, CA.
Performance of Yellow by TEMPO ensemble, Daniel Kessner, Dir.

July 30, 2011.  The 9th Annual San Francisco Festival of Contemporary Music.
Performance
of Sudden Music, Jennifer Paulino, soprano; John King, piano. 

July 18, 2011. soundSCAPE Festival, Maccagno, Italy
Premiere of The Unreal City for soprano, percussion & piano, commissioned by the festival.
Amanda DeBoer, soprano; Aiyn Huang, percussion; Thomas Rosenkranz, piano.

June 17, 2011.  Symphony Space Nimoy Thalia Hall, the ACA New Music Festival. 
Performance of blur.  Lisa  Preimesberger, Basset horn; Michael Shane, clarinet.

July 16, 2011. soundSCAPE Festival, Maccagno, Italy.
Performance of blur.  Joseph Tommaso, alto saxophone; Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet.

July 14, 2011.  soundSCAPE Festival, Maccagno, Italy.
Performance of Sudden Music.
 Sara Perez, soprano; Brendan Kinsella, piano.

July 11, 2011.  soundSCAPE Festival, Maccagno, Italy.
Performance of B(ee) Movie.  Daniel Saenz, cello.

April 29th & 30th, 2011.  New Music at New College Festival, Sarasota, FL.
Performances of Gleam by the Borup-Ernst Duo.

April 26th & 27th, 2011.  University of Miami.
Performances of Gleam by the Borup-Ernst Duo.

April 9, 2011.  UCM New Music Festival.
Performance of OK-OK by the Athens Sax Quartet.

April 1 & 3, 2011.  SOBE, South Beach, FL.  "American Masters" concert series.
Performance of excerpt of Sudden Music by Rebecca Duren, soprano.

March 18, 2011.  NewNowNorse New Music Festival, University of Northern Kentucky. 
Performance of Sudden Music (excerpt). Conundrum Ensemble.

February 12, 2011. Raitt Hall, Pepperdine University.
Performance of Sudden Music by Melanie Emelio, soprano; Louise Lofquist, piano.

February 10, 2011. University of Alabama at Huntsville.
Performance of Processione di lacrime, as part of the UAH New Music Festival.

December 14, 2010.  The Theater at Boston Court, Pasadena, CA
Performance of Sudden Music by soprano Katherine Giaquinto, as a winner of the American Composers Forum/LA Composition Competition.

November 14, 2010.  Boston New Music Initiative concert, Longy School of Music.
Performance of Yellow.

November 8, 2010.  Utah Lyric Opera, Orem, UT.
Performance of my song cycle Sudden Music by Marilyn Smith, soprano, and Eric Callison, piano.

October 12, 2010.  Festival Miami "Form and Fractures" concert.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by the Frost faculty brass quintet.

September 11, 2010.  St. Vincent's Chapel, Catholic University of American, Washington DC.
Performance of O mira novitas on the CUA New Voices Festival, by Nola Richardson, Elizabeth Smith, and Laura Yackley.

July 17, 2010.  Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia.
Performance of Burning Chariots by The Crossing Choir.
Details here.

July 9, 2010. Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia.
World premiere of The Memory of Rain for choir and organ by The Crossing Choir.  Commissioned by the Pew Charitable Trusts as part of the Philadelphia Music Project.
More info here.

June 19, 2010.  Symphony Space, Leonard Nimoy Thalia hall, New York City.
Performance of Sudden Music on the ACA Sudden Music Festival (yes, they took the name for this year's entire festival from my piece). 
Details here.


May 1, 2010. All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, Kansas City.
Performance of Requiem,v.2.001 by the newEar Ensemble as the Winner of the 1st Annual newEar Composition Competition.

March 28, 2010. Swedenborg Church, Cambridge, MA.
Performance of Sudden Music by Rachele Schmiege, soprano, and Biljana Milovanovic, piano.

March 20, 2010. LDS Manhattan Building, Lincoln Center, New York City.
Performance of Sudden Music by Marie-Adele Te Hapuku, soprano.

February 21, 2010.  Thayer Performing Arts Center, South Lancaster, MA.
Performance of Sudden Music by Sally Sanford, soprano, and Biljana Milovanovic, piano.

February 15, 2010. Visy Theater, Brisbane, Australia.
Performance of Processione di lacrime (Pavan) by Topology.

November 21, 2009. Church of St. Luke in the Fields, New York City.
Performance of Non avrá ma' pieta by the C4 Vocal Ensemble.

November 19, 2009. Tirey Hall, Tilson Auditorium, Indiana State University. The 43rd Contemporary Music Festival closing concert.
Premiere (finally!) of Requiem,v.2.001x by the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, as the Winner of the 2009 ICO Composition Competition.

November 19, 2009. Center for Performing and Fine Arts, Recital Hall, Indiana State University.
Music Now concert, the 43rd Contemporary Music Festival.
Performance of Processione di lacrime (Pavan) by saxophonist Paul Bro and members of the ISU string faculty.

November 19, 2009. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City.
Performance of Non avrá ma' pieta by the C4 Vocal Ensemble.

November 12, 2009. Ruskin Art Club, Los Angeles.
Performance of Yellow by Ensemble Green (as a winner of the American Composers Forum-LA 1st Annual Composition Competition).

October 15, 2009. Clarke Hall, University of Miami.
Premiere
of Sudden Music by Rebecca Duren, soprano, and Alan Johnson, piano.

September 23, 2009. Center for Performing and Fine Arts, Recital Hall, Indiana State University.
Performance of Processione di lacrime (Pavan) by saxophonist Paul Bro and members of the ISU string faculty.

August 16, 2009. Melba Hall, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Premiere of Venite, sancti, venite by the Melbourne Chamber Choir.

July 20, 2009.  Aspen Institute, Aspen, CO.
Performance of blur by Krista Weiss, basset horn, and Adele Mayne, clarinet, with the premiere of the blur paintings video by artist Rita Blitt.

May 9, 2009.  Miller Theater, Columbia University, NYC.
Premiere of Quartettrope for sax, clarinet, violin, and piano by Mimesis.

May 6, 2009.  Sala Baldini, Rome, Italy.
Performance of Processione di lacrime (Pavan) by the Freon Ensemble.  www.freonensemble.it

April 20th, Amsterdam Conservatory, the International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition.
Performance of Catherine's Wheel by Brenda van der Merwe, violin, and George Nickson, marimba.

April 5, 2009.  Community Center of Boston.
Premiere of Blur by Dinosaur Annex Ensemble.

March 21, 2009.  Musica Eclectica concert series, Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy, MA.
Premiere of Processione di lacrime (Pavan) by Chameleon Arts Ensemble and Phillip Stäudlin, sax.  Part of a collaborative concert between Composers in Red Sneakers and Dal Suono Somerso (Italian composers collective based in Rome).

March 2, 2009.  UCM New Music Festival, the University of Central Missouri.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by UCM faculty brass quintet.

February 26, 2009.  CMS Southern Regional Conference, the University of Central Florida.
Performance of Catherine's Wheel by UCF faculty performers.

February 6, 2009.  Festival of Contemporary Art Music, Washington State University School of Music.
Performance of Walking Distance for video and electronics.

January 21, 2009.  New Music Miami/ISCM Festival. Wertheim Performing Arts Center, FIU.
Performance of Yellow by NODUS ensemble.

December 4, 2008.  Ossia Fine Arts Space, downtown Chicago.
Premiere of lux.5 by the Chicago Miniaturist Ensemble.

November 14, 2008.  ElectroAcoustic Juke Joint Festival, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS.
Performance of Walking Distance for video and electronics.  Also lecture/performance of Glisten with DSU art students.

October 13, 2008.  International Brass Chamber Music Festival, University of Louisville, KY.
Masterclass and performance of The Madding Crowd by Spanish Brass Luur Metalls.
IBCMF

October 9, 2008.  Boston University, College of Fine Arts concert hall.
Performance of Yellow by Xanthos Ensemble, with works by Berio, Martino, Donatoni, and Schuller.  Xanthos Ensemble

September 26, 2008.  CMS National Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Premiere of gnomonic projection by Piano Duo Gastesi-Bezerra.

August 7, 2008.  International Contemporary Art Festival, León, Mexico.  Poliforum Cultural Concert Hall, León.
Performance of Theft by José Luis Hurtado.

May 11, 2008.  Harold Golen Gallery, Miami.  Part of the "12 Nights" electronic music series.  www.haroldgolengallery.com
Performance of Walking Distance for video and electronics.

April 16, 2008.  "Y me sabe a Peru" - XVIII Festival Jazz en Lima ICPNA 2008.  The Auditorio ICPNA Miraflores, Lima, Peru.
Performance of OK-OK by TAWA sax quartet.

April 13, 2008.  Indiana State University, Center for the Performing Arts Recital Hall.
Performance of OK-OK by Nomine Saxophone Quartet sax quartet.


March 29, 2008.  f(X) New Music Marathon, Soya e Pomodoro, Miami.
Performance of OK-OK by TAWA sax quartet (from Peru).

February 21, 2008.  2008 SCI National Conference. Rialto Center for the Arts, Georgia State University School of Music, Atlanta, GA.
Performance of OK-OK.

February 15, 2008.  Clark Hall, University of Miami.
Performance of Catherine's Wheel, Eduardo Leandro, marimba; Yeon-Su Kim, violin. 

February 5, 2008.  Gasson Hall, Boston College.  Composers in Red Sneakers concert series.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Triton Brass.

November 16, 2007.  CMS National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Performance of Glaze for brass quintet & percussion by the Graduate Honors Brass Quintet from BYU.

November 9, 2007.  41st Contemporary "Music Now" Festival, Indiana State University, Terre Haute.
Performance of Requiem,v.200. Unfortunately this performance was cancelled.

October 14, 2007.  First Church in Boston.
Performance of Requiem,v.2.001 by Dinosaur Annex New Music Ensemble.

October 10, 2007.  Festival Miami, Frost Symphony Orchestra/Faculty Composers Concert.  Gusman Hall, University of Miami.
Premiere of SLAM! for orchestra.  Written for Thomas Sleeper and the FSO.

September 29, 2007. Festival Miami Gala Opening Night w/Frost Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Sleeper, Dir. Gusman Hall, University of Miami.
Premiere of Chanson pour cordes for string orchestra.

July, 2007.  The Tanglewood Music Festival, Tanglewood, MA.
Premiere of new work for brass quintet, commissioned by Meet The Composer for Triton Brass.
(will be repeated at the Atlantic Brass Quintet Institute later that summer, at Boston College in October, and at Longy School of Music in November)

September 21, 2007. The New England Tuba/Euphonium Conference (NERTEC), New London, CT
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Triton Brass.

September 20, 2007.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Triton Brass, Boston College.

July 26, 2007.  Inclusion of Theft on the Vox Novus "60x60" Extravaganza, New York City.

July 22, 2007.  The Atlantic Brass Institute, Boston College.
Performance of The Madding Crowd by Triton Brass.remiere of new work for brass quintet, commissioned by Meet The Composer for Triton Brass.
(will be repeated at the Atlantic Brass Quintet Institute later that summer, at Boston College in October, and at Longy School of Music in November)

July 16, 2007.  The Tanglewood Music Festival, Tanglewood, MA.
Premiere of The Madding Crowd for brass quintet, commissioned by Meet The Composer for Triton Brass.  www.tritonbrass.org

May 10-13, 2007.  Ridehuset, Aarhus, Denmark. SPOR 2007 "Composing What?" Festival. 
As part of the Infinite Composing component of the SPOR Festival, my piece B(ee) Movie was displayed with 24 other pieces on laptops with headphones for the public.

May 11th, 2007.  Bowdoin College, ME.
Performance of Ok-Ok by The Radnofsky Quartet

May 6, 2007.  Boston University, College of Fine Arts.
Performance of Glisten by Juventas, with Lenka Chludova, painter.

May 5, 2007.  Boston Conservatory.
Performance of Glisten by Juventas, with Valor Breez & Alexandra Pinschmidt, painters.

March 17, 2007.  Gasson Hall, Boston College.
Premiere of Catherine's Wheel (new work for Eduardo Leandro, marimba, and Yeon-Su Kim, violin)

February 9, 2007. Clarke Hall, University of Miami.
Premiere of a new work written for ONDA (experimental ensemble based in Boston)

January 28, 2007.  St. Mark's Cathedral, New York City.
Performance of Yellow by Xanthos

December 1, 2006.  Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Miami.
Performance of Benediction by The Other Voices

November 4, 2006.  LDS Manhattan Temple (next to Lincoln Center), New York.
Premiere of lux [corner grid] by pianist Nathan Bowen.  (Commissioned for pianist Grant Johannesen, who recorded and released it on Tantara Records, but unfortunately passed away prior to the premier.)

November 4, 2006.  Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA. 
Premiere of Yellow.  (new chamber ensemble work written for Xanthos, ensemble-in-residence at Boston Conservatory)

November 3, 2006.  Gusman Hall, University of Miami.
Festival Miami "Faculty Composers" concert.
Performance of Ok-Ok by graduate student saxophone quartet

October 12, 2006.  Indiana University School of Music, Bloomington.
Performance of Requiem by the IU New Music Ensemble; David Dzubay, Dir
.

September 15, 2006.  Paine Concert Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Premiere of Lamenti discipuli perpetui (STB voices).  Written at the request of the Harvard University Dept. of Music for the 50th Anniversary of the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library and corresponding Library Symposium at Harvard.

May 20, 2006.  St. Bartholomew's Church, New York City.
Performance of O mira novitas (SSA) by The Pharos Music Project

March 28, 2006. Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy, MA.
Performance of Ok-Ok by The Radnofsky Quartet

March 25, 2006. First & Second Church, Boston, MA.
Premiere of Ok-Ok by The Radnofsky Quartet (commissioned by The Fromm Foundation)

February 15, 2006.  Music at Twilight concert, University of Miami.
Performance of Theft and premiere of Outroit

January, 2006.  Performance of Chanson pour cordes by the Calcutta Chamber Orchestra for the Consulate General, Calcutta, India

Fri., July 15 & Sat. July 16, 2005. 8pm.   City Theater, Pittsburghm PA. $20/$10. 412) 889-7231.
Performances of B(ee) Movie and Theft by The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble (both nights include both works).

Sun., March 20, 2005. 7pm.   St. Paul's Church, Brookline MA.  $15/$8.
Performance of Wild Bells by Scott Woolweaver, vla, and Wei-jen Yuan, piano. Part of the Composers in Red Sneakers concert series.

Fri., July 15 & Sat. July 16, 2005. 8pm.   City Theater, Pittsburghm PA. $20/$10. 412) 889-7231.
Performances of B(ee) Movie and Theft by The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble (both nights include both works).

home