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Monthly Archives: March 2011

More for Nippon


After sending Vivid Geography out the door to the Japanese commissioners and the University of Houston (who will perform the U.S. Premiere this Fall) a couple of weeks ago, I restarted the task of piecing together all that had fallen to the floor in the three months I had my Finishing the Hat blinders on. [...]

news 3/17/11


This week in Indianapolis, Richard Clary conducts De Profundis with the 2011 Honor Band of America, as part of the Music for All National Festival.

news 3/15/11


The Vivid Geography premiere scheduled for March 27 in Kawasaki City, Japan with the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra has been canceled due to the terrible earthquake. The Nagoya Academic Winds performance on April 9th in Okazaki City, conducted by M. Nakata, will go on as scheduled.

news 3/10/11


New Work: Vivid Geography, a setting of Marcella Durand‘s poem Scale Shift, for women’s chorus and chamber orchestra, premiering March 27 with the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra and Chorus under conductor Saitou Itirou at the 2011 Japan Wind Ensemble Conductors Conference, in Kawasaki City, Japan. U.S. Premiere in the Fall with the University of Houston [...]