Recent and Upcoming Performances in the United States, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Japan

Starting this summer, I have been fortunate to have a series of performances and presentations of my work scheduled through the US as well as in Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Japan. In the US, preview performances of my “Another Chance So Suite” as the musical portion of choreographer Sara Hook’s “Dick and Janes” have been happening every few months on the way to the official premiere on October 13th as part of the University of Illinois October Dance concerts.

Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to embark on the (virtual but based in Canada) Westben Performer-Composer Residency with my duo partner Dave O Mahony. In collaboration with Alex Hawthorn and Maddi Baird, we created a work entitled “From Ireland to Ojai.” In addition to its premiere as part of the residency, it has been selected for the Sonic Cartography at the University of Kent at the end of October.

Another portion of my very Canadian and virtual summer was spent collaborating with other creative folks as part of the Montreal Contemporary Music Lab. Our project “Manteau de Mains” has since been included in a New Music Mosaic virtual concert in August.

I’m also grateful for compositions also being featured as part of a ISSTA Soundwalk during the International Computer Music Conference in Limerick and for my friends flxnflx performing “Kib” live at De Montfort University’s Convergence 2022 recently. I have recently heard back from Audio Rocket Festival at Osaka University of Arts regarding programming one of my pieces and tomorrow, October 3rd, Anna Marshall will be giving the concert/world premiere of our site investigative work for horn and environmental drone “Hear There.”