I’m in Boston this weekend for the first ELM Sessions hosted by Nomi Epstein, Jennie Gottschalk and Ian Power. I’ll be talking about Listening/Communication/Interaction using three pieces we’ve commissioned recently by André Cormier, Lucie Vítková and Doug Barrett. AND we’re playing a concert!!!
We are listening to Devin Maxwell and the many percussionists play Inuksuit in an incredible sculpture park in no where land Montana. Art music! America!
Baby Jettie, bringer of closure, and craziness. Long road for Dev, we are very very proud.
I live in a cabin and I have an actual woodshed where I practice.
I’m performing MONODY for solo clarinet and several other ensemble pieces on this terrific concert of Jim Tenney’s music, part of the Artist’s Institute season dedicated to Carolee Schneemann.
I haven’t performed this piece since grad school at CalArts, where I studied and performed it with Jim Tenney. It’s beautiful and I’m really excited to perform it again. The whole evening is full of wonderful music.
We performed Devin Maxwell’s Salt Flats score live to the stop motion films of Icelandic photographer Svavar Jónatansson. August 15, 2014 at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.
This is a beautiful project, we also recorded the music for the Salt Flats and it will accompany the film on DVD.