Take Magazine interview with Anne Decker
Article in Take Magazine featuring TURNmusic founder Anne Decker. If the musicians in TURNmusic are open for just about anything, Decker feels that the audience is in a similarly receptive state. And the work of TURNmusic is, in part, about connecting with listeners, making the experience of hearing new music one that isn’t complicated by much […]
Take Magazine re: TURNMusic
A nice note in Take Magazine for the April 2017 show with TURNMusic: TURNmusic is cutting-edge but respectively classical, and the combination has been riotously successful in drawing in a diverse audience of listeners.
Human and uncontrolled
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to perform Richard Reed Parry’s Music for Heart and Breath with TURNMusic. We’ll be performing it again so if you missed it you can still catch it. The piece involves ceding control of tempo to the individual biology of the musicians. This loss of control is interesting because […]
Wires and Improvisation
I was recently in NYC improvising with Anne Lanzilotti, for our collaborative project The Yes &. I’ll write more about this project later but for now the thing to know is this: Anne improvises using a wide array of the extended techniques for viola that she uses to such musical effect while I take the […]
ISO-8601 WN1-5 2017
Where did the time go. January just slipped past. I caught some good shows, heaved hard on work, did a number of improvements to my studio situation (more coming on that front), received some new commissions and got them on the practice stand, had to give up on the guts because the dry air in […]
Events and Contacts added
Some improvements I’ve been meaning to add for awhile: an events page so you can connect on my favorite social platform: RealFace. Also, a contact page so you can get some bits and (if you give me a physical address) atoms.