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Upcoming Performances

Date/Time: July 16-22 (Exact Date/Time TBD)
Venue: Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY

Concert: 2018 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival
Work: Pale Blare (Electronic, Stereo Playback)
Concert/Festival Description: The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF) is the largest showcase of electroacoustic music in New York City, and one of the largest festivals of its kind in the world.  The festival began in 2009 with the intention of bringing the most innovative and creative new electroacoustic music from around the world to New York City.  Works are presented in high-quality multi-channel surround sound environments that include up to eight different simultaneous sound channels, and sometimes many more.  The festival includes music performed by acoustic musical instruments, laptops, and custom electronic devices, as well as works involving digital video, and sound installations. The works presented each year are chosen by a panel of internationally respected composers and musicians.

 

Past Performances

4/29/2018
Venue: University of the District of Columbia, Performing Arts Building, Recital Hall
ConcertConfluences, presented by the District New Music Coalition with the Anacostia String Quartet
Work: Constrict-Depart, String Quartet No. 1 (Mvt. I)

4/6/2018
Venue: St. George's Episcopal Church, Arlington, VA
ConcertConfluences, presented by the District New Music Coalition with the Anacostia String Quartet
Work: Constrict-Depart, String Quartet No. 1 (Mvt. I)

3/24/2018
Concert: Society of Composers Regional Conference Concert
Venue: Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA
Work: Pale Blare (Electronic, Stereo Playback)

3/4/2018
ConcertConfluences, presented by the District New Music Coalition with the Anacostia String Quartet
Venue: Denizens Brewing Co., Silver Spring, MD
Work: Constrict-Depart, String Quartet No. 1 (Mvt. I)

2/10/2018
Concert: Electroacoustic Barn Dance Music Festival
Venue: Terry Concert Hall, Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, FL
Work: Pale Blare (Electronic, Stereo Playback)

3/31/17
Concert: CMS Regional Conference
Venue: Towson University Recital Hall, Towson MD
Work: in generationes sempiternas...
Performer: Erika Binsley, Horn in F

2/9/17
Concert: Public Reading
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
WorkConstrict-Depart
Performers: JACK Quartet

9/9/2016
Concert: 72 Hour Composition Challenge
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Work: Trailing... (composed in 36 hours)
Performers: Frank Stroup, Trumpet; Ronn Hall, Bassoon; Christian Clark; Snare Drum

5/2/16
Concert: UMD Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert
Venue: University of Maryland - Denkelboum Concert Hall
WorkEnvelop for Percussion Solo and Percussion Ensemble
Performers: UMD Percussion Ensemble, featuring soloist Chris Herman

5/1/16
Concert: Spatial Dimensions: Music by Green, Konick, and Wolk
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
WorksEnvelop for Percussion Solo and Percussion Ensemble; and in generationes sempiternas...
Performers: UMD Percussion Ensemble, featuring soloist Chris Herman; Erika Binsley, Horn in F

5/5/16
Concert: Reading
Venue: University of Maryland
WorkArtifacts for Orchestra
Performers: UMD Symphony Orchestra

4/19/16
Concert: New Music at Maryland
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Work: in generationes sempiternas...
Performer: Erika Binsley, Horn in F

4/13/16
Concert: Public Reading
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Work: Constrict-Depart, Mvt. I
Performers: St. Lawrence String Quartet

9/11/2015
Concert: 72 Hour Composition Challenge
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Work: Distinctive Currents (composed in 36 hours)
Performer: Angela Kazmierczak, Oboe

4/28/15
Concert: New Music at Maryland
Venue: University of Maryland - Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Work: Chroma for Cello and Piano
Performers: Molly Leigh Jones, Cello; Michael Langlois, Piano

3/2/14
Concert: Elizabeth Marie Thomas Graduate Voice Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Recital Hall
Work: Two Songs of Poe
Performers: Elizabeth Marie Thomas, Soprano; Joyu Lee, Cello; Ling Yu Hsiao, Piano

2/26/2014
Concert: Student Composers Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Recital Hall
Work: Two Songs of Poe
Performers: Elizabeth Marie Thomas, Soprano; Joyu Lee, Cello; Ling Yu Hsiao, Piano

2/23/2014
Concert: National Association of Schools of Music Student Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Rosen Concert Hall
Work: Chroma for Cello and Piano
Performers: Joyu Lee, Cello; Hiu-Wah Au, Piano

11/8/13
Concert: Informal Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Rosen Concert Hall
Work: Color of Fifths for Six iPads
Performers: Appalachian State University iPad Ensemble

11/5/13
Concert: Student Composers Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Recital Hall
Work: Chroma for Cello and Piano
Performers: Joyu Lee, Cello; Hiu-Wah Au, Piano

4/26/13
Concert: Informal Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Rosen Concert Hall
Work: Glimpse of the Aggregate
Performer: Molly Reid, Piano

2/20/13
Concert: Student Composers Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Recital Hall
Work: Video Screening of A Day at the Zoo (During Winter...)

11/30/2012
Concert: Informal Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Rosen Concert Hall
Work: Restraint for Solo Harp
Performer: Leigh Stringfellow Aiyyer

11/14/12
Concert: Student Composers Recital
Venue: Appalachian State University - Recital Hall
Work: Journey to the Top of the Looking Glass
Performers: Hiu-Wah Au, Piano; Greg Dills, Vibraphone/Bass Drum; Kenny Williams, Alto Saxophone; Joyu Lee, Cello

4/3/12
Concert: Campbell University Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert
Venue: Campbell University - Scott Concert Hall
Work: Explosion!
Performers: CU Percussion Ensemble and String Ensemble

2/21/12
Concert: Bradley S. Green Undergraduate Composition Recital
Venue: Campbell University - Scott Concert Hall
Works: Journey to Paradise for Saxophone Quartet, Fantasie on an Irish Melody (Electronic Version), Four Sketches for Strings, Two Saxophone Solos
Performers: CU String Ensemble; CU Saxophone Ensemble; Alex Milliken, Piano; Bradley S. Green, Alto and Baritone Saxophones

 


 

Upcoming Presentations/Guest Lectures

No upcoming presentations, but check back soon for the 2018-19 schedule!

 

Past Presentations/Guest Lectures

4/6/2018
Location: University of South Florida, Convention Center in Tampa, FL
Event: University of South Florida New Music Festival and Symposium
Title: Formal and Aural Implications of Open Form in Earle Brown's String Quartet (1965)
Format: Paper Reading

3/24/2018
Location: Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA
Event: SCI Regional Conference
Title: Formal and Aural Implications of Open Form in Earle Brown's String Quartet (1965)
Format: Paper Reading

10/2017
Location: University of the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.
Title: Organizing Sound: Creating Large Scale Sonic Relationships in Envelop and Constrict-Depart 
Format: Guest Lecture

11/2016
Location: American University in Washington, D.C.
Title: Formal and Aural Implications of Open Form in Earle Brown's String Quartet (1965)
Format: Guest Lecture

10/2016
Event: Livewire Festival of New Music
Location: University of Maryland, Baltimore County in Baltimore, MD
Title: Formal and Aural Implications of Open Form in Earle Brown's String Quartet (1965)
Format: Presentation

2/2016
Event: College Music Society Regional Conference
Location: Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC
Title: Formal and Aural Implications of Open Form in Earle Brown's String Quartet (1965)
Format: Poster Presentation

2/2014
Event: College Music Society Regional Conference
Location: University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN
Title: Contemporary Musicianship: The Integration of Popular Music and Culture into the Music Theory Classroom
Format: Presentation

10/2013
Event: College Music Society National Conference
Location: Cambridge, MA
Title: Fighting Age with Knowledge: Ten Tips for Teaching Undergraduates as a Young Graduate Student
Format: Poster Presentation, Special session with the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy