I feel so fortunate to have spent the month working with the incredible Arraymusic musicians, Stephen Clarke, Collean Cooke, David Schotzko, and Stephen Sitarski and learning from mentor composer Christopher Butterfield. My piece Impressioned will be premiered alongside amazing pieces by Adam Filaber, Bekah Ann Simms, and Thomas Weideman at the closing concert.
Olivia Shortt and Kathleen Legassick premiere RE:connect along with a works-in-progress showings by dancers Amanda Pye and Jane Alison McKinney.
RE:connect is a dance piece that I’ve been collaborating on for the past 4 months and it’s being performed next weekend at Dancemakers. It’s been a wonderful project to work on and I’m very lucky to have collaborated with amazing dancers Sarah Hopkin, Kathleen Legassick and musician Olivia Shortt. We’ve been experimenting on how interconnected musician and dancer can be in the same performance space, how the music can have equal weight with the choreography.
Rehearsals are in progress for a new dance collaboration with choreographer Sarah Hopkin and dancer Kathleen Legassick. The music will be scored for electronics and baritone sax to be performed by Olivia Shortt. Here are some short clips of some of our music and movement experiments!
Felt very fortunate to be a finalist in Ensemble Arkea’s Concours Accés Arkea and to have composed a new work for the ensemble. Such a wonderful experience to take part in the competition and get to work with an amazing ensemble and conductor, Dina Gilbert.
Ensemble Arkea premieres Shift conducted by Dina Gilbert a part of their 4ém Concours Accés Arkea.
Selected finalist in Ensemble Arkea’s Concours Accés Arkea to compose a new work for string orchestra that will be presented at Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur in Montréal.
The Toy Piano Composers Ensemble premieres Cycle Scope at their TO BE ANNOUNCED III composer showcase in partnership with The Music Gallery.
Windermere String Quartet premieres Echoes of Illumina as part of a concert that celebrates music composed by women then and now.