November 28th 2017: Princeton, NJ — Taplin Auditorium
Iarla Ó Lionáird and I premiere a new work on the Princeton Sound Kitchen Series
December 15th: Princeton, NJ — Taplin Auditorium
Argus Quartet will premiere a new work
May 8th: Princeton, NJ — Taplin Auditorium
Bearthoven will premiere a new work
July 21st: Victoria, BC, Canada — St. Mary's Chapel
"Nelson" will be performed on the concert "Brahms, Dohnanyi, and Herron." Presented by the Fair Trade Chamber Music Society
July 13th: Cortona, Italy — Hotel Oasi Neumann
Kivie Cahn-Lipman and friends play Canon No. 2
May 4th 2017: Hannover, NH — Dartmouth College, Thayer School
The premiere of a new piece written to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Thayer School
April 26th 2017: Manhattan, NY — The Kitchen
"Full Blood Moon" will be performed as part of the MATA Festival
April 25th 2017: Princeton, NJ — Taplin Auditorium
Sonnambula premieres a new work on the Princeton Sound Kitchen
March 30th 2017: Brooklyn, NY — Roulette
The String Orchestra of Brooklyn Premieres "SOLO" written by W4 New Music Collective (Matt Frey, Tim Hansen, me)
February 7th 2017: Princeton, NJ — Princeton Sound Kitchen
Shattered Glass String Orchestra plays my piece "Outside In"
December 4th 2016: Sydney, Australia — 40 under 40 project
Synergy Percussion plays my piece "Brew" commissioned by Beth Dawson at Yellow House Gallery, Potts Point.
October 17th 2015: Brooklyn, NY — SONiC Festival, presented by the American Composer's Orchestra
A preview of my piece "Stellar Atmospheres" for Quince Vocal Ensemble, three violas da gamba, and The Dervishes on the concert "Machine Music: Acoustic and Robotic Instruments" curated by Anna Clyne.
September 12th 2015: Lakeville, CT — Sharon Audubon presents Inuksuit
I'll be performing this beautiful piece by John Luther Adams.
February 23rd 2015: Manhattan, NY - Pulsing & Shaking Festival
My duo 'Sputter' will be performed on the first of two nights of this festival.
November 16th 2014: Brooklyn, NY - New Music for New Instruments
An exciting collaboration between composers and instrument builders that I am producing at Littlefield (622 Degraw). Show starts at 7:30. Doors at 7. Tickets here.
November 9th: New York, NY
A new work of mine for viola da gamba will be premiered by Arnie Tanimoto at a Spectrum concert of new works for baroque instruments.
September 27th: New York, NY - The New Collaborative
My violin duet 'Clamber Up' is featured on a concert of string works by past and present NYU composers. 5:30pm to 7pm at the East River Amphitheater. https://www.facebook.com/events/911257485554531/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=calendar
June 23rd: Brooklyn, NY - BAMcinemaFest 2014
My music is featured in Josephine Decker's fabulous new film Thou Wast Mild and Lovely. This will be the NYC premiere!
June 6th: Brooklyn, NY - The Brooklyn Youth Chorus at Roulette
The Brooklyn Youth Chorus will be performing a piece I wrote for them based on material from the kids themselves entitled 'I Love Sunshine.' http://www.brooklynyouthchorus.org/events+tickets
April 27: Queens, NY - Sunrise Series #2 at Flux Factory
I'm curating a morning on Benjamin Seretan's Sunrise Series #2. A string trio will be performing works by Michael Ippolito, Guillaume Dufay and myself.
April 12: Austin, TX - The Fast Forward Austin Festival at the North Door
'Nelson' for string trio will be performed by Skyros as part of W4 New Music's set on the Fast Forward Austin Festival. www.fastforwardaustin.com/festival/schedule/
March 6: New York, NY - Andy Cavatorta's Chalice Symphony - 168 Bowery
Performances by myself, Marike Van Dyke and others on Andy's instruments. Invite only.
February 21: Brooklyn, NY - Moby Dick: Extracts on Death and Other Curiosities at Issue Project Room
Contemporaneous performs this oratorio for large ensemble and five singers co-written by Matt Frey, Tim Hansen, Ruben Naeff and me.
February 6: Berlin, Germany - 'Thou Wast Mild and Lovely' at the Berlinale International Film Festival
Josephine Deckers's film 'Thou Wast Mild and Lovely,' with my music, premieres at the Berlinale.