Geometries & Geographies
"A spirit of geometric accuracy pervades all five tracks here, marked by a rational but inspired economy of means." Kathodik
"As played by WCMS violists Peter Sulski and Mark Berger, the duo for whom it was written, the piece – which is written as a palindrome – comes across with tragic immediacy and haunting, emotional clarity." Artfuse
"The variety of instrumental configurations makes for dramatic contrasts and highly listenable fare. The part writing unwinds with perfect sense; each work holds its own with a tightly compressed economy of means..." Classical Modern Music Review
recent & up–coming performances & recordings
April 14, 2015
March 24, 2013
September 10, 2011
“Scoring Ruttman’s Berlin Film: considering music meaning in historical and modern contexts” in Making Music for Silent Films, Palgrave Macmillian Publishers. Edited by K.J.Donnelly and Ann-Kristin Wallengren. Expected publication date Fall 2015.
"The Grandeur(s) of CinemaScope: early experiments in cinematic stereophony" in Living Stereo: Histories and Cultures of Multichannel Sound, Bloomsbury Publishing, Edited byPaul Théberge, Kyle Devine & Tom Everret, Available January 2015
projects-in-progress | commissions | teaching
piano with electronics (PianoBar) for Keith Kirchoff
Clark Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) performance of Terry Rily's "In C"