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. The Landscape series is a collection of works that explore the notion of landscape through various combinations of field recordings, abstract video, and music written for chamber groups. This score is a realization of the series as a whole that consists of all the pieces interwoven into a 72 minute multimedia concert.Continue reading →
A collaboration with poet Joe Milazzo featuring readers Mary Mixter and Adriana Valls. Also, a score for fixed media and two or more performers written for Madeleine Shapiro.Continue reading →
Uncover Directed/Choreographed by Christie Nelson Dancer – Melissa Sanderson Guitarist – Chaz Underriner Performed at the Texas Dance Improvisation Festival, 2013 at Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
To Kill the Lingering Taste by Chaz Underriner Choreographer: Melissa Sanderson Performers: Angela Falcone, Jessica Hale, Jana Stukanov Live Electronics: Dan Tramte Guitar and Pedals: Chaz Underriner The M.F.A. Culminating Project of Melissa Sanderson November 6th, 2013 Texas Woman’s University … Continue reading
A sound game written in Sara Robert‘s “Media: Rules and Space” class. Performed at the Broad Art Center EDA on May 10th, 2012 as a part of the UCLA game art festival.
Choreographed by Anne C. Moore and in collaboration with composer Chaz Underriner, lighting designer Dan Norman and video designer Damien Nemire-Pepe
A multimedia opera for Chamber Orchestra, Trombone Quartet, Amplified Choir, 4 Percussionists and Electric Guitar ensemble.Featuring projected experimental animation, film and dance. Premiered at at 6:30pm and 9:30pm on October 1st, 2011 in the Black and White Studio, California Institute … Continue reading