I had a wonderful time at the TUTTI Festival at Denison University last week. I saw old friends, made new ones, and got to hear wonderful performances of music by Denison faculty, students, and ETHEL. This video gives you a good idea of what is going on at this school every other year…check it out!
(by the way, you can hear a snippet of my tune just before the two minute mark…)
– I’m looking forward to heading out to Denison University in March for the TUTTI New Music Festival.
– I’m thrilled to share this video of the spectacular performance of “finding the air up there” by Kelly Leon-Pearce and Marc Shapiro at last month’s Composer’s Inc. concert.
I’m excited to announce that finding the air up there will be performed
in 2015 as part of the Concert of Millennials concert series.
If you’re in the San Francisco Bay area next week, please come on down to the First Congregational Church of Berkeley on Tuesday, October 7 at 8 p.m. for the Composer’s Inc Diane Elizabeth Clymer-Greenberg Memorial Concert. They are programming my piece finding the air up there which received the Suzanne and Lee Ettelson award earlier this year.
I’ll be there, so come say hi!
I’m excited to announce that “finding the air up there” has won second prize in the Robert Avalon International Competition for Composers. If you’re in Houston on November 1, I hope to see you at the concert!
Through the competition, the Foundation for Modern Music honors its late Artistic Director Robert Avalon, who helped develop and initiate several important new projects for the Foundation, including this competition for young, college and professional composers.