New VIA Records Albums
This season I will release several records, including The Hubble Cantata and Aging Magician, both on VIA Records. Additionally, G-Force will be released with Brooklyn Rider and Ian Rosenbaum on Ian’s self titled release. A few large works premiered, including my new opera Gilgamesh, which debuted in Boston with librettist Cerise Jacobs and director Michael Counts at the Cutler Majestic Theater (produced by Beth Morrison Projects) as part of Boston’s Celebrity Series. My mass with poet Brenda Shaughnessy (part of Trinity Church’s Mass Reimagining Series) premiered as part of their Twelfth Night series on January 12th, and my work with The Afield For Becca, premiered at National Sawdust. On March 5th I am thrilled to be featured on Bridging the Gap at National Sawdust, the mentoring series started by composer Robert Sirota with my mentors John Zorn and Philip Glass on an evening with premiered by all three of us performed by cellist Jeffrey Zeigler. My commission The Hotel That Time Forgot from the American Composers Orchestra will be premiered at Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall in March in a new work with the Japanese video artist, Mami Kosemura. In April, my commission from the Morgan Library and Juilliard will premiere. My music-theater work Aging Magician is going to Broadway-you can purchase tickets for the New Victory here, and right before that, we went to ASU’s Gammage Series. Murat Eyuboglu’s The Colorado, our film eco-cantata for Roomful of Teeth, Glenn Kotche and Jeffrey Zeigler (with text by conservationist and writer William deBuys) will travel to Stanford University’s Bing Theater as part of Stanford Live on Earth Day in 2017. A new work for the brilliant pianist Inna Faliks will be premiere at UCLA in May, and lastly, Two Oars, my new opera with Bob Wilson, will continue its development at the Watermill Center this summer. More dates coming soon, please check the calendar to your right!