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SOME RANDOM THINGS:
The Scarlet Ibis an evening lengeth opera in deveopment with the HERE Arts Center and the American Opera Projects
Darkling an opera in one act commissioned by the American Opera Projects
Fade an opera in one act commissioned by Second Movement
MY DISSERTATION (Princeton University, Ph.D., 2011):
The Mind Music of Yoko Ono: Screams and Silences at the Intersection of the Real and the Imagined
Podcast Interview on Page4Music in December 2011.
"Art on Air" about The Scarlet Ibis September 2011.
"In Tune" programme BBC Radio in October 2008.
Inside Jersey: Breaking Big I was selected as one of twenty-one upcoming artists from New Jersey, December 2012
"I Would Prefer Not To" selected by WNYC radio as one of the "finest" recordings of October 2010
My music is included in a New York Times article reviewing the best new music of 2007
"David and Jonathan" in the Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Culture
Making Music at Bard College
Bard College Alumni Article, "The Cutting Edge" (pdf)
"What American Conservatories Do To Spark Interest in New American Music," an article I wrote for the American Music Center's NewMusicBox.org
I am co-producer of the compact discs included the Yale University Press book
"Composers Voices from Ives to Ellington: An Oral History of American Music"
by Vivian Perlis and Libby Van Cleve. Winner of a 2006 ASCAP Deems Taylor Award.
Click here to check out a podcast.
An enthralling new book…but it is also a symphony of voices, and one of the best
things is that the CDs that come with it allow the reader to hear the voices and
unedited words of all these people, to feel the force of their personalities.
– Richard Dyer, Chicago Tribune
RAM (Random Access Music) an eclectic collection of composers
"Line Drawing: Portrait with Missing Rib" collaboration with video artist Jillian McDonald
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