Posts Tagged ‘Richard Valitutto’

Note on rhythm notation

Mirror Smasher, in its nine minute form for November 5, is pretty well done. By which I mean the piano parts are pretty well done – there’s still a ton to do with electronics and engraving. Regarding engraving, I ran into something that I thought might help other composers to know. Here’s an email I…

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The Other Side of Valentine’s Day

Synchromy: The Other Side of Valentine's Day

My colleagues in Synchromy gave me a concert to curate, and I’m quite stoked on the idea we came up with. We’re doing a show the day AFTER Valentine’s Day at the Blue Whale, with songs of heartbreak and longing and such for soprano and piano, broken up with insane-sounding interludes for trombone, one of…

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Two new scores

Hello all. Just a quick note to say I’ve made the scores to All The Wrong Notes and Connection publicly available. Fabricio Mattos performed the premiere of Connection, for guitar and field recordings, about two weeks ago at the Brunel Museum in London, and Richard Valitutto gave the premiere of All The Wrong Notes, for…

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All The Wrong Notes to premiere at Hear Now Festival

I just received the news that my piano piece All The Wrong Notes has been picked up for a premiere at this year’s Hear Now Music Festival in LA in May. The festival runs May 2 – 4 on the westside, and my friend Richard Valitutto will be playing it. Some friends are also on…

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