Saturday, October 31, 2009

neoPhonia New Music Ensemble: Nov. 9, 2009

Join us for the second concert of our 15th Anniversary Season! Our program is entitled "PENTE: Music for Quintets." Featured works include:


Devil Sticks for 5 clarinets by Scott McALLISTER

Six Bagatelles for Woodwind Quintet by György LIGETI

Clarinet Quintet for Clarinet in A and strings by Piet SWERTS


Date: MONDAY, NOV. 9, 2009

Location: Kopleff Recital Hall

Note the special start time: 7:00 PM


It will be a slightly shorter program than usual (sorry no reception this time) because we want to encourage students and audience members to attend the GSU Wind Ensemble concert that takes place at 8 PM that same night in the Rialto Center. They will be featuring the music of composer John Mackey.


Hope you can attend both concerts!


For more info (including directions to venues, parking, etc.) visit the GSU School of Music website at : http://www/music/gsu/edu






Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sonic Generator Concert

Georgia Tech’s chamber music ensemble-in-residence, Sonic Generator, presents
their opening concert of the season at the Georgia Tech Alumni House:

The French-American Connection
Monday, November 16th, 2009 @ 8 p.m.
190 North Avenue
http://www.sonicgenerator.gatech.edu/upcoming_concerts/monday_november_16_2009.html
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=161272953309&ref=mf


The concert, which is free and open to the public, features compositions by
Philip Glass, Pierre Jodlowski, Steve Reich, François Sarhan, Edgard Varèse,
and John Zorn.

For more information about Sonic Generator and this concert (including
directions), please visit:

http://www.sonicgenerator.gatech.edu

We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Maximum Exposure

Dear Atlanta Composers and Performers,

The following message came in an e-mail from Derek Sivers, the guy who founded CD Baby. You might find it useful. I would love to see your comments posted here. --Mark Gresham


Ariel Hyatt of Ariel Publicity just released a great free PDF/ebook collecting the best advice on how a musician can get maximum exposure in 2009:

http://www.hypebot.com/IndieMaxExpFinal.pdf

Download, read and use some of the ideas in there. Enjoy!

--Derek Sivers http://sivers.org

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

duoATL performs works by composers in our lifetime

On Sunday, October 25 at 3pm at MacLean Auditorium in Presser Hall at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA I will be performing with Dr. Brian Luckett in concert. We will be performing a new program. All works are by composers who's lifetime overlapped ours:

Lost Hollow Road by Brian Chamberlain (Atlanta Composer)
Sonatina Mexicana by Carlo Domeniconi
New Castle Parade by Brian Luckett (Atlanta Composer)
Acrobats by David Leisner
Serenata al Alba del Dia by Joaquin Rodrigo
Six Pieces for Flute and Guitar by Annette Kruisbrink
Suite Buenos Aires by Maximo Deigo Pujol

Admission is free. Be sure to visit our new website for more concerts and information: http://www.duoatl.com

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

CD Reviews

Hi all -

Brian Skutle was kind enough to write some good, fair reviews of my CDs here.

You can listen to my CDs on Last.FM, and of course I would be ecstatic if you liked them and wanted to buy a copy, or a couple tracks on iTunes!

Late Frost (New Age/minimalist piano)
Parallel Lives (electroacoustic/experimental)


In other news, I am preparing my PhD applications. I put my contenders for my portfolio on my latest blog. If you have time and want to put in your two cents on the pieces, I would be very interested to hear them!

Thanks,
asn