February 1, 2014

Labyrinth Installation Concertos premieres at the Krannert Center, Il

February 9, 2014

Oceano performed by the Mimesis Ensemble at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

February 24-March 1 2014

MASS MoCA residency for The Colorado Project, North Adams, Massachusetts

April 02, 2014

Creators in Concert at Opera America featuring Paola Prestini, National Opera Center, NYC, NY

April 08, 2014

Body Maps; collaboration with Erika Harrsch, University of Reno, Nevada

April 17-21, 2014

Hermitage Artist Retreat, Sarasota, Florida

April 24-25, 2014

Recording Oceanic Verses with Decoda Ensemble and Trinity Choir for the VIA Label on Governor’s Island

April 29 – May 04, 2014

VisionIntoArt at Hifa, Harare, Zimbabwe new work with Zimbabwean choreographer Nora Chipaumire

May 13-18, 2014

VIA at the Stone, NYC the Ferus Festival

May 17, 2014

Paola Prestini and Jeffrey Zeigler at the Stone, both sets. Featuring a new work for Ian Rosenbaum and Mivos quartet, and 2 works for cello and percussion.

May 18-20, 2014

Recording Labyrinth Installation Concertos with Cornelius Dufallo and Maya Beiser

May 22, 2014

Listen, Quiet as part of the ASCAP 2014 Awards, Merkin Hall

June 3, 2014

8 Takes, New York Philharmonic Biennale premiere, at Subculture

June 11, 2014

Zeitgeist Composer Workshop Showcase, Studio Z, 275 East Fourth Street, Suite 200
St. Paul – Free

June 19-20, 2014

Recording Oceanic Verses with Trinity Choir and Decoda ensemble, and soloists Helga Davis and Chris Burchett

July 18-19, 2014

Labyrinth and Body Maps, with Cornelius Dufallo and Jeffrey Zeigler, Walled City Music Festival, Northern Ireland

July 21, 2014

Recording Oceanic Verses with Hila Plitmann in London

June 19-20, 2014

Recording Oceanic Verses with Trinity Choir and Decoda ensemble, and soloists Helga Davis and Chris Burchett

August 2, 2014

Premiere by Manado State University Choir (conductor André de Quadros) of Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi at the 12th China International Chorus Festival, Beijing (Minzu Theater)

August 3, 2014

Performance of Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi in a workshop (BUAA Concert Hall)

August 7-8, 2014

Performance of Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi in a workshop Choral Music: Healing People, Saving Lives at the 10th World Symposium on Choral Music, Seoul

August 11-18, 2014

Body Maps with Jeffrey Zeigler, Bay Chamber Music Festival, Rockport Maine

August 12, 2014

Performance of Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi as part of a concert program at the 10th World Symposium on Choral Music, Seoul (National Theater, Hae Hall)

August 12, 2014

Performance of Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi in a workshop Voices of Women Composers Today at the 10th World Symposium on Choral Music, Seoul. Your piece will be the most prominently featured.

August 15-19, 2014

Al musika hiya lugatu’nufusi as one of the set pieces for conductors to study at CONDUCTING 21C (artistic director, André de Quadros), Eric Ericson International Choral Centre, Sweden. Several performances.

October 10, 2014

Mary Bonhag, soprano and John Dunlop, cello will performing Body Maps at the Green Mountain Club in Waterbury Center, Vermon

October 11, 2014

Mary Bonhag, soprano and John Dunlop, cello will performing Body Maps at ArtsRiot in Burlington, Vermont

October 22, 6pm

Multimedia – Cello Concerto, “Bodymaps”; The Consul General of Mexico in New York, Ambassador Sandra Fuentes Berain and the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York honoring Mexican artist Erika Harrsch with cellist Jeffrey Zeigler

November 7, 6pm

Park Avenue Armory, First draft of The Colorado with film by Murat Eyuboglu and words by Bill deBuys.




Sunday, January 13, 2013 – Saturday, January 19, 2013


Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 8:00pm


Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 8:00pm

Labyrinth with visuals by Carmen Kordas

Monday, September 9: 8pm

Olivia from Yoani Songs, with Royce Vavrek and Carmen Kordas. Free admission. Coterie concert at the Church of the Advent Hope (111 E 87th Street), NY, NY

Thursday, September 12

Jeffrey Zeigler and Glenn Kotche perform Listen, Quiet at the Beethoven Festival: LOVE 2013, Chicago, Il

September 30 – October 5

Labyrinth/EDREAM residency at Beth Morrison Projects new NYC headquarters, NYC, NY

October 15 – 20

As Sleep Befell and Listen, Quiet Lar Lubovitch Dance Company and Le Train Bleu at the Joyce Theater, NYC, NY

October 21 – 27

Aging Magician Watermill Center residency; part of Watermill’s new partnership with Park Avenue Armory’s Artist-in-Residence Program.

October 30: 7pm

Distance to the Market from Opera America Songbook at 7pm in the National Opera Center, NYC, NY

November 22-23

Distance to the Market and Hubble Cantata at 21c Liederabend (a co-production with BMP and VIA) at BAM Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn, NY



Monday, August 6, 2012 – Monday, August 13, 2012

Working with Luciana delle Donne with music in prison

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 at 6:00pm

Opera America New Works Sampler
Oceanic Verses excerpts with Nancy Allen Lundy, Chris Burchett and Helga Davis. Conducted by Julian Wachner. More info here

Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 6:30pm

Oceanic Verses at the Kennedy Center
with the Washington Chorus and Novus NY. Tickets can be purchased here

Monday, June 25, 2012 at 6:30pm

Oceanic Verses; a Beth Morrison Projects Production and VisionIntoArt commission. More info here

Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 5:00pm

presents Cornelius Dufallo In Situ performances

Monday, August 6, 2012 – Monday, August 13, 2012

Working with Luciana delle Donne with music in prison

Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 7:00pm

with Brooklyn Rider, Talea, and Erika Harrsch’s Inverted Sky

Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 7:00pm

Spell performed by Fureya Unal’s Divan Consort

Sunday, December 2, 2012 – Monday, December 17, 2012

With Maya Beiser, Cornelius Dufallo, Erika Harrsch, Carmen Kordas, Rinde Eckert, Julian Crouch, Mark Stewart, and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus



June 27-July 2, 2010 Sundance Fellow @ Sundance Film Institute

August 9th, 2010 7PM Stone Seminar, NYC featuring my percussion and piano works

August 15, 2010 8PM Stone performance NYC, Cornelius Dufallo: Journaling, featuring my new work Labyrinth.

October 9, 2010 8p 92st Y TRIBECA NYC VisionIntoArt Presents: You Have Given Me A Country a multimedia book launch

October 13, Stanford Lively Arts The Kronos Quartet presents: Armenia, part of the Awakening Program.

November 10-13, 2010 Walk Forward performed by Cory Hils at PASIC 2010 (international percussion festival in Indianapolis)

November 17, 2010 New work commissioned by Gabriel Kahane performed by Gabriel Kahane, MATA at Issue Project Room, Brooklyn

December 13, 2010 Performance of Spell on Chicago Symphony Orchestra MusicNOW program

March 4, 2011 8p Meng Hall Labyrinth written for Cornelius Dufallo, performed at CSUF New Music Festival.

April 7-9, 2011 21c Liederabend at the Kitchen, NYC, NY

May 15, 2011 VOX Second Stage at Le Poisson Rouge

April 30, May 1, 2010 Oceanic Verses at VOX: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, NYU

April 2 , 2010 8p Body Maps at Galapagos Art Space, produced by Beth Morrison Projects and VisionIntoArt. Featuring works by VIA members Paola Prestini, Erika Harrsch, and Carmen Kordas with special guests Jeffrey Zeigler, Hila Plitmann, David Cossin, Cornelius Dufallo, Helga Davis, and Ali Hossaini, among others.

March 17-20, 2010 8p Listen, Quiet new work by Prestini for the opening of Wilson Theater, a state of the art black box theater at the Juilliard School featuring VIA percussionist Pablo Rieppi, Kronos Quartet cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, filmmaker Marco Valentin, and video designer Katy Tucker

March 14-15, 2010 recording session at Lviv Philharmonic Hall in Lviv, Ukraine, Alejandro Vela records Deja Que Salga a piano solo written for him

March 12, 2010 at Kiev’s House of Teachers, Alejandro Vela performs Deja Que Salga, a piano solo written for him

March 9, 2010 at French Institute of Budapest, Alejandro Vela performs Deja Que Salga, a piano solo written for him

January 24, 2010 Sounds at the Laguna Beach Music Festival curated by Paul Chihara with Claremont Trio, Claire Chase, and soprano Hila Plitmann, with film by Carmen Kordas.

November 22, 2009 8p VIA CD release Traveling Songs and Sounds at Galapagos.

November 21, 2009 6PM Traveling Songs and Sounds at SUNY Purchase Day of Percussion.

November 19, 2009 8p 21c Liederabend, produced by VisionIntoArt, Beth Morrison Projects and Opera on Tap at Galapagos. Featuring Prestini’s “Sounds” excerpts, and music by Paranosic, Mazzoli, Greenstein, Golijov, Little, and more. With special guests ETHEL, VIA, and more!

November 10th, Without screening at the Festival Internacional Filmets, short film festival, Barcelona, Spain.

November 10, 2009 Penn State Armenia for the Kronos Quartet Awakening Program.

November 5-8, 2009, Film, Without at the Ojai-Ventura Film Festival, Ojai, CA.
Saturday Nov 7 @ 8:00 PM in the Matilija Auditorium
Sunday Nov 8 @ 5:30 in the Ojai Theater

Friday Nov 6 @ 8:40 PM in Theater 2 Without will be at the Big Apple Film Festival (in Tribeca).

October 28, 2009 8p The Phoenix performed by Jennifer Choi, violinist, at the Stone, NYC.

September 14-19, 2009 8p performances of Sounds Franklin And Marshall College VisionIntoArt residency, Lancaster, PA.

August 22-28, 2009 filmscore Without @ INDIE FEST USA International Film Festival (indiefestusa.com), in Anaheim/Downtown Disney.

June 10-14 2009 Body Maps with Erika Harrsch
Hot Art Fair @ Basel, Switzerland



Paola’s music at the Green Space, WNYC’s new rockin’ space! Three works will be broadcast live; film by Carmen Kordas.

Carnegie Hall performances by Ensemble ACJW at Zankel Hall

Carnegie Hall Dawn Upshaw workshops at Bard College

American Composers Orchestra Immigrant Heritage Week on Saturday April 18, 2:30-4:30, at the Queens Library, and Tuesday April 21, 6-7:45, at the Parkchester New York Public Library.

VisionIntoArt at A Tempo, Podgorica, Montenegro
Concert Artist Guild/Cary Trust Commission; tour funded by Trust for Mutual Understanding

Tucson Symphony, Amanecer Premiere, Tucson Arizona

Pianist Alejandro Vela plays Deja Que Salga in Montreal, QC at Chapelle Saint-Louis.

1.27.09 7:30p
Vocalist Sarah Wolfson/Concert Artist Guild commission at Carnegie Hall

APAP workshop, performance and panels on collaboration at the NY Hilton

Carnegie Hall Dawn Upshaw workshops at Bard College

10.03.08 Armenia for Kronos Quartet, UCLA

9.21.08 10p
Paola Prestini and Jeffrey Zeigler with VIA guests at the Stone

Armenia for Kronos Quartet
University of Florida at Gainesville



Sound Res, Lecce, Italy

July and August VisionIntoArt CD Mastering and Recording, NY, NY0

Dave Eggar, Cellist, Hornby Chamber Music Festival, BC, Canada

Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist, Lake Tahoe, Incline Village, NV

Awakening Program, Kronos Quartet, College Park, MD

Awakening Program, Kronos Quartet, Duke UniversityO

ctober Curating at the Stone, NYC John Zorn’s venue

VisionIntoArt, Joe’s Pub, NY, NY10.06.07 Feature at the Stone, NY, NY

VisionIntoArt at BEMUS, Belgrade, Serbia

VisionIntoArt, Arte Padova, Padova, Italy

Awakening Program, Kronos Quartet, Zurich, Switzerland

11.25.07 8PM performance Nogales, Arizona12.

15.07 8PM WNYC Ear to Ear interview

1.13-14.08 at 3:30pm and 6:30pm VisionIntoArt at PS 122, NY, NY

January 15-March 1, 2008
Los Angeles and New York City, Recording for Tzadik CD

Kronos Quartet, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Kronos Quartet, Krannert Center, Urbana Champaigne, IL

French Embassy, Aleph Ensemble, Washington, D.C.

2007-2008 brought performances by VisionIntoArt at Performance Space 122, Joe’s Pub, the Stone in NYC, and internationally in Russia, Serbia, and Italy. We began the new project, VioLens, with VIA, a performance art opera–we are calling it transmedia–which includes new music, sculptures, animation, painted sets, video work, spoken word, and electro-acoustic music. VioLens is an interdisciplinary story that explores the mutation of three fictitious children’s tales and their real life counterparts; it plays upon the threshold of humor and horror, manipulating the disturbing effects of misbehavior into symbolic actions, both delightful and perverse. The stories focus on fire, food, and racism, the three themes inter-relating to create a work that questions society’s perceptions of morality, violence, and family. This work includes the VIA cast in collaboration with visual artists Erika Karrsch and Martha Colburn.
I also had performances with cellist Dave Eggar, the Kronos Quartet, the Parisian group Aleph, and the Verge ensemble in D.C.



09.11.06 8PM
Kronos Quartet @ Hertz Hall, San Francisco (arrangement)

10.01.06 11AM
Teatro Manzoni, VisionIntoArt, Milano, Italy

10.31.06 8PM
The Stone, VisionIntoArt, NYC
residency and performances with VisionIntoArt, EtnaFest, ItalyFebruary-April 2007-three month long VisionIntoArt Education residency at the Whitney Museum

05.06.07 7PM
VisionIntoArt at the Whitney Museum, Performing Arts residency

05.13.07 7PM
VisionIntoArt at the Whitney Museum, Performing Arts residency

05.20.07 7PM
VisionIntoArt at the Whitney Museum, Performing Arts residency

05.27.07 7PM
VisionIntoArt at the Whitney Museum, Performing Arts residency

brought performances in Italy at The EtnaFest in Sicily, and Teatro Manzoni in Milano, as well as a residency with the Whitney’s Education Program, Youth Insights, to create a site specific multi-media installation, and four performances on the Whitney Live! series. The summer concluded a 6 month residency at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space, and a year long residency at the Chelsea Art Museum, where we developed the new collaborative work Sounds, with VisionIntoArt. I also wrote an arrangement for the Kronos Quartet, which they played on their 9-11 concert-Awakening, in the US and on their European tour. I also had a performance of my work Oceano by cellist Joan Jeanreanaud on the opening night of the Festival of New American Music of, in Sacramento, California.
I also had 2 premieres at The Thalia Theater at Symphony Space in May-one with VisionIntoArt (VIA) for a live film scoring night, and one with Prism Quartet-I wrote a tenor sax solo for Matt Levy-Where the Blue Waves Rock, this work was also performed at Trinity Center for Urban Life, in Philadelphia.