• Composer Alexandra Gardner on “…and electronics”

    In this episode of “…and electronics” I have a conversation with composer Alexandra Gardner. She tells us how she got into making electronic music, gives some words of advice and encouragement to those beginning in this genre, One bit of advice she shares–which is worthy of taping to my forehead–is to make music with whatever […]

  • Threes in SevenDays Soundbites

    Bummed to hear about the breakup of the Snaz. But nice get a little ink (pixel?) in Seven Days re: Threes. the band seeks to provoke self-awareness in its listeners Read the soundbites

  • Electric.

    Sounds created from electric bass guitar, some with frets, some without frets. Some with encapsulated electronics, some with modular electronics.   Often the experimental nature of these works are hidden in technological challenges or concepts more than harmonic or melodic considerations. Electric. by Gahlord Dewald

  • 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 […]