A Spring of New Music

This spring is shaping up to be a very busy one, full of new music performance! I’m happy to announce that after 5 years (and a couple of re-auditions), I am once again a member of C4: The Composer/Conductor Collective. This ensemble performs music only written in the past 25 years, and most members are either composers or conductors (or both). I had 2 pieces premiered by C4 back in the day, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be back! We will gig here and there and have a concert in the beginning of March.

With Continuo Arts, I’ll be in the original show choir of Paper Mill Playhouse’s Disney debut of Hunchback of Notre Dame. This is a very exciting time for the whole organization and should be an amazing (and exhausting) experience, with many, many performances to come. Once I get my performance schedule I’ll let you know.

Finally, I’m attending the New Music Gathering in a couple of weeks, the first conference of its kind – just for new music composers, performers and enthusiasts! Lots of lectures and performances and networking, all in beautiful San Francisco…can’t wait.

It looks like it will be a great winter and spring for music, and with changes at work, things are going to be busy.