Moving (1) was commissioned by the Wet Ink Ensemble and was premiered on April 24, 2019 in the Second Stage Theatre at Stetson University. Moving (1) is the first in a series of works that are focused on the sensations … Continue reading
I’m happy to share the BBC3 recording of Kluster5 performing “nocturne series: 8” at the hcmf// 2018 (Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival).
I’m really pleased to share GreyWing Ensemble’s fantastic rendition of nocturne series: 4 on their latest release, nature forms I. I’m really happy with the recording that Lindsay Vickery put together—recording the piece in an interesting sonic environment outside of Perth, Australia is a context I never imagined while composing the piece, but that works wonderfully. The ensemble’s playing on this recording is also fantastic. Continue reading →
For video, clarinet, and tape. Commissioned by clarinetist Germaine Sijstermans.
Landscape: Home is a multimedia reflection on the notion of ‘home’ for electric guitar, 2 video projections, and 6-channel audio. Continue reading →
Landscape Series: 1 is 72 minute concert work for multiple chamber ensembles, 3-screen video projection, and 8.1 surround sound audio. This piece is a finalist for the Gaudeamus Award 2017. Here is a preview video of the performance of LS1 at Gaudeamus Muziekweek. Continue reading →
A Landscape series work for 4 trombones. The Trombone Quartet uses antiphonally shifting microtonal harmonics in order to evoke the sensation of driving through a vast, empty landscape, such as a Texas desert. Continue reading →
A Landscape series work for 3 clarinets in A. The Clarinet Trio is a microtonal exploration of acoustic beating patterns that sit around the critical band in order to evoke the sensation of driving through a vast, empty landscape, such as a Texas desert. Continue reading →
Chaz Underriner reinterprets Anastassis Philippakopoulos
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