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Blog posts October 2014

alcmaeon gets a new performance

Happy to hear the wonderful Cadillac Moon Ensemble will be performing the piece I wrote for them last year, alcmaeon (for amplified flute, violin and percussion) at their upcoming Perfect Nothing Catalog concert. Excited! Here is the information:

December 11, 2014, 8pm
Signal Gallery 260 Johnson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Perfect Nothing Catalog
CME premiers Conrad Winslow's the perfect nothing catalog with support from the Jerome Fund. The perfect nothing catalog references the structure of Caryl Churchil 's 2012 play Love & Information, in which a large thematic arc is drawn by tiny non-repeating miniatures. It was also inspired by Frank Traynor's the perfect nothing catalog which interrogates the power of curation and restricted control in the making of things. CME will also perform works by Inés Thiebaut and Andrew Struck-Marcell.

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As the leaves of the trees in Prospect Park start to turn, I gear up for a busy Fall.

Busy indeed since I starting working as the managing director of the SEM Ensemble in the early summer. Perks: had a lovely conversation with George Lewis as we walked up slowly Joralemon St to Borough Hall. A total treat.

Busy, yet excited to be working with fabulous trombonist David Whitwell on a new piece for low brass trio, with Maestros Dave Taylor on bass trombone and Jay Rozen on tuba. The piece will be premiered sometime in the Spring, 2015.

I'm also working on a new piece for Ensemble Mise-En, to be premiered as part of the Graduate Center's Composers Alliance spring concert in May, 2015.

And very thankful to Mary Hubbell and Alice Jones for still touring my piece cuncta fluunt. This time, with dance! (Tamora Petitt, choreography).

November 23, 2014 @ 1:00PM
Jan Hus Church
351 E 74th Street, New York, NY
Vox Novus - Fifteen Minutes of Fame

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