After a long hiatus away from my website, I am back! I figured I’d spruce up the place, so I’ve gone ahead and updated some pages and will probably update the theme soon to something a little more… modern.
On Sunday, August 11, Alice Tsui will perform my piece Dear To Us for solo piano at the Sidewalk Cafe as part of their 2013 Summer Antifolk Fest. Also on the program are Aled Roberts‘ Snake Dreams for violin and cello, and Brian Fitzsousa‘s Three Studies
“She Doesn’t Know” is a featured track on I Care If You Listen‘s summer 2013 mixtape! You can download the mixtape here.
Another last minute post for a concert! Tonight, Kristine Sung and Alix Raspé will perform Sweet Nothings, a piece I wrote for two harps. The piece was premiered by the duo at my junior recital last month. Below is a recording
Very late notice, but later today is my NYU junior recital! Below is the program. When You Are Old (2012) – Caitlin Duckworth, voice and live electronics Dear To Us (2012) * – Alice Tsui, piano Outward Projections (2012) *
Soprano Catherine Olson will give the U.S. premiere of When You Are Old, for voice and Max/MSP on Sunday, March 17th as part of Cascadia Composers’ spring concert Mad as a March Hare. The concert also features works by Greg Bartholomew, John
On Friday, March 1st, the YoMoCo will be performing an abridged version of “The Crooked” at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts as part of Past/Forward 2013. The Crooked is an evening length piece directed and choreographed by Matthew
Sam’s piece “When We Were Very Young” for solo piano will be performed as part of the In Good Hands: Cascadia Composers Recital on Friday, July 13th at 4 PM. The concert features piano music written by Pacific Northwest composers
This Tuesday, May 22nd, the Grant High School Royal Blues will be premiering Sam’s piece The Mirror for a cappella choir at their Spring Concert. The concert is free and will feature a variety of performances by Grant choral groups,
On May 30th, The Youth Movement Collective will present The Crooked, an evening length piece directed and choreographed by Matthew Flatley and Robert Vail that illustrates the lifestyle of an isolated, quirky commune comprised of intensely off kilter villagers. An original