Ashley Bathgate | University of Dayton

Ashley Bathgate | University of Dayton

Sears Recital Hall, Jesse Philips Humanities Center (map)

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The amazing Ashley Bathgate brings her Bach Unwound project to Ohio, including my piece DaVZ23BzMH0 as well as works by the other five members of Sleeping Giant.

Sound from the Bench | The Crossing

Sound from the Bench | The Crossing

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (map)

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As a preview to their album of my choral music that will be released on Cantaloupe Music in March, The Crossing performs four of my choral works, each set to a different primary-source text. Sound from the Bench is the headlining work, featuring appropriated text adapted by Jena Osman from Supreme Court oral arguments surrounding corporate personhood. Ripple sets one line of text from the leaked Iraq War Logs, Privilege uses text by (The Wire creator) David Simon, and Consent combines personal love letters with text messages sent by the high school students accused of rape in Stuebenville, Ohio. 

Featuring
Donald Nally, conductor
Taylor Levine and James Moore, guitars
Ron Wiltrout, percussion

Sound from the Bench | The Crossing

Sound from the Bench | The Crossing

National Sawdust (map)

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As a preview to their album of my choral music that will be released on Cantaloupe Music in March, The Crossing performs four of my choral works, each set to a different primary-source text. Sound from the Bench is the headlining work, featuring appropriated text adapted by Jena Osman from Supreme Court oral arguments surrounding corporate personhood. Ripple sets one line of text from the leaked Iraq War Logs, Privilege uses text by (The Wire creator) David Simon, and Consent combines personal love letters with text messages sent by the high school students accused of rape in Stuebenville, Ohio. 

Featuring
Donald Nally, conductor
Taylor Levine and James Moore, guitars
Ron Wiltrout, percussion

Tonality Singers | St. Mark's Episcopal

Tonality Singers | St. Mark's Episcopal

St. Mark's Episcopal Church (map)

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Tonality performs We Cannot Leave on their "Our Voice, Our Call" concert to promote peace, social justice, and unity. Also featuring music by Reena Esmail, Saunder Choi, Paula Tillen, Michael Barrett, Alexander Lloyd Blake, and more.

 

Roomful of Teeth and A Far Cry | National Gallery of Art

Roomful of Teeth and A Far Cry | National Gallery of Art

National Gallery of Art, West Building, West Garden Court (map)

Roomful of Teeth joins forces with conductorless orchestra A Far Cry for a double bill that will include my pieces The Law of Mosaics and Coloring Book alongside works by Caroline Shaw and Prokofiev.

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

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The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

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The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

Tickets and more information available here

The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

Tickets and more information available here

The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

Tickets and more information available here

The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

The Source | SF Opera

The Source | SF Opera

Taube Atrium Theater (map)

Tickets and more information available here

The Source travels to San Francisco for six performances with SF Opera Lab.

Music by Ted Hearne
Daniel Fish, director
Jim Findlay and Daniel Fish, co-video designers
Nathan Koci, music director
Mark Doten, librettist
Beth Morrison, producer

Featuring vocalists Mellissa Hughes, Samia Mounts, Isaiah Robinson and Jonathan Woody
Courtney Orlando, violin
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Leah Coloff, cello
Taylor Levine, electric guitar
Greg Chudzik, bass
Ron Wiltrout, drums

Work Songs | National Sawdust

Work Songs | National Sawdust

National Sawdust (map)

National Sawdust presents Timo Andres' cycle Work Songs, for three singers, accordion, and piano. Work Songs features yours truly as a vocalist alongside several musicians I'm humbled to share the stage with: Gabriel Kahane, Becca Stevens, Taylor Levine and Nathan Koci. The five of us also perform short sets of music by Gabe, Becca and myself.

 

 

Argus Quartet | Caramoor Festival

Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts (map)

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Argus Quartet, the 2016-17 quartet-in-residence at the Caramoor Festival, performs a concert of music by the Sleeping Giant composers collective. Inspired by Hand Eye, Eighth Blackbird's collaboration with the collective, this program will showcase another concert-length, six part suite with contributions from each member of the group. The six Sleeping Giant composers (myself, Chris Cerrone, Robert Honstein, Jacob Cooper, Timo Andres, and Andrew Norman) each present a distinct take on what a string quartet can mean.

Program
Chris Cerrone - How to Breathe Underwater
Robert Honstein - Arctic
Jacob Cooper - Bad Black Bottom Kind
Timo Andres - Early to Rise
Ted Hearne - For David Lang
Andrew Norman - Peculliar Strokes

Roomful of Teeth and A Far Cry | University of Michigan

Roomful of Teeth and A Far Cry | University of Michigan

Rackham Auditorium (map)

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Roomful of Teeth joins forces with conductorless orchestra A Far Cry for a double bill that will include my pieces The Law of Mosaics and Coloring Book alongside music by Caroline Shaw and Prokofiev.

This specially designed concert for K-12 students will explore how music can evoke characters and narratives even when there is no storyline. Selected students will be invited on stage to participate, collaborating with the artists to improvise stories as expressed by the music.

Consent | Volti

Consent | Volti

First Congregational Church (map)

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The excellent San Francisco choir Volti performs Consent on a concert of past winners of it's Choral Arts Laboratory young composer competition, which I was fortunate enough to be selected for in 2010. Jack Hughes and Tonia Ko, the winners of this year and last year's competitions, are also featured. The program is rounded out by works from Per Nørgård and Joby Talbot.

Consent | Volti

Consent | Volti

St. Mark's Church (map)

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The excellent San Francisco choir Volti performs Consent on a concert of past winners of it's Choral Arts Laboratory young composer competition, which I was fortunate enough to be selected for in 2010. Jack Hughes and Tonia Ko, the winners of this year and last year's competitions, are also featured. The program is rounded out by works from Per Nørgård and Joby Talbot.