Only edges is one of three winning pieces from Impulse New Music Festival's International Call for Scores. It will be performed at one of INMF's concerts by pianist Aron Kallay through an online video broadcast. The program will also include the other two winning pieces by composers Anuj Bhutani and Jose E. Hernandez. More details on the event soon!
Commissioned by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra to write a prelude for their 100th Season Celebration. The piece will be premiered on the Gimeno + Hannigan concert on May 19, 2022.
I was able to get out of the city for a bit and captured some new sounds from this beautiful marshland. The place was filled with blackbirds, syncopated bird calls, gentle winds.
Julia is a featured guest on WSMR's radio show, Modern Notebook, hosted by Tyler Kline at 8pm EST. An online streaming version will be available after the broadcast.
Vancouver-based guitarist Adrian Verdejo performs an online full-length concert of works for solo guitar including Julia's Falling (into the unknown). The concert includes works by Wolf Edwards, Peter Hannan, Diego Lozano Verduzco, and Rodney Sharman. The concert will be available for streaming from Feb.20-28th.
threaded to be bound/unbound was the winning electroacoustic work in USF New Music Consortium's 2021 International Call for Scores, chosen from over 400 submissions worldwide. The piece will be performed by Paul Lewis on their April 9 online concert.
In this special episode of Esprit's ongoing Soundbite & Soundbite Insights series, Eugene Astapov sits down with Julia to talk about her artistic processes and philosophies, and what she is currently working on for Esprit. Her upcoming Esprit commission will be premiered as part of their New Wave Festival.
inner forms will be presented at the University of Pittsburg’s Music and Movement Virtual Conference a part of their video performance presentations. More info about the time and schedule will be available soon.
Contemporary Classics, hosted by Dave Lake is a show featuring concert music exclusively by 20th and 21st Century Composers. This interview was conducted at the 2020 Winnipeg New Music Festival in January, 2020.