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Monthly Archives: April 2011

news 4/19/11


I’m included in an eclectic list of 100 Composers Under 40 NPR Music put online yesterday. The page includes an audio stream for wonderfully diverse listening.

Live from Seattle


I’ll keep this simple. People. I give you the Texas State Wind Ensemble, conducted by my friend Dr. Rodney Schueller, playing Symphony No. 1, My Hands Are a City at the 2011 CBDNA National Conference in Seattle last month. It’s wonderful: TX State live at the CBDNA National, University of WA, Meany Hall [complete, 27', [...]



One of the three original pieces I wrote last year (there were a couple of arrangements in there, too) was Stereo Action, a percussion nonet commissioned by a consortium of ensembles led by Brian Zator, at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The title is also a straightforward explanation of the percussion battery, where most of the instruments [...]

news 4/4/11


NEW MEDIA: The Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Studio under the direction of Dr. Brian Zator premieres Stereo Action at the 2010 Percussive Arts Society International Conference in Indianapolis. Grab your martini shakers, and click Listen for the performance video.