I have 3 paintings currently hanging in Irma Freeman Center for Imagination as part of a pop-up for most of November. The opening reception on Friday was a blast and they all sold within hours!
I was a last-minute addition to the bill for Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra-produced concert uncommon instruments:
Perhaps the quintessential 80’s digital synthesizer keyboard, the Yamaha DX7 (II) has been my go-to instrument. I guess to me it feels like a totally customizable pipe organ, sans pedalboard. Here’s a snippet from the set closer:
Also, my paintings are being featured in an upcoming pop-up event, Dia de Los Muertos in the Here & Now, Nov 2 for First Fridays at Irma Freeman Center For Imagination. Opening reception 7-10PM. I have 3 full-sized doors and maybe a rainstick gets thrown into the mix.
Here’s a link to the FB event: Link
As the fall choir season begins at CCAC and Oakmont UMC, I find myself still searching for repertoire that will make the groups shine. And it’s already time to pick holiday music!
If you are looking for choral music for your group, or know someone who would be interested, you should check out my choral music at the bottom of my Music page. My scores are all free of charge, but do let me know if you are performing something.
tags: free scores satb choir choral sacred secular rounds church music
in response to HTAM’s open call for conceptual pieces, I composed on the given theme of Vegetable Oil
composed for, and realized by How things are made
Firstly, my piece Akourdaux, is presented by Joey Fox as a part of the concert/lecture “Steel Pan in the Great White North,” November 30 2017 at the University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall, Rm 09, 12 noon
Secondly, my piece In The Forest will be premiered by CCAC Three Rivers Choir for their Winter Concert, December 7 2017 in the auditorium of the Foerster Student Service Center (808 Ridge Ave, PGH) at 7pm. I will be conducting from the piano, and 2 rainsticks will be accompanying as well!
→→→ Audio and pdf score to In The Forest here
Kamratōn, an excellent new music ensemble in Pittsburgh, asked for a red painting. Reddoor provided a background for their concert on November 27 2017 at Irma Freeman Center for Imagination on Penn Ave.