The violist Julie Michael has included her own variations on ‘product #1’ in a new recital released on youtube:
First performance of ‘flower’ in New Delhi
Paul Zaba will give the first performance of ‘flower’ (2020) which was written for him, on 18th January at the opening of the exhibition ‘Numberless Forms’ at Art Magnum in New Delhi. He was also perform ‘In Beautiful May’.
‘music for people who like nature’ in Amsterdam and The Hague
Ensemble Klang will perform ‘music for people who like nature’ (2006) written originally for Orkest De Volharding in the Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ in Amsterdam on December 8th and Amare in The Hague on December 9th.
film by Emma Martin
Musarc conducted by Jack Sheen recently recorded ‘product #1’ and it will be available to hear on Resonance Extra from Sunday 6th November at midday. More info here.
New live recording of ‘In Beautiful May’
Here is a live recording of ‘In Beautiful May’ (2008) performed by Donald Grant from Manchester Collective‘s concert at the Southbank, London in October 2021:
New live recording of ‘music for people who like art’
Here is a new live recording of Alarm Will Sound conducted by Alan Pierson with Catherine Brookman from the Gen X Festival at Walt Disney Hall, LA on April 24th, 2022 (courtesy of LA Phil):
‘music for people who like art’ in LA
Alarm Will Sound conducted by Alan Pierson will perform music for people who like art in the Generation X Festival in the BP Hall at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on April 24th. More details here.
music for people who lose people
written (2008) for and performed by Ensemble Klang here in 2012.
O.A.I.R. in Dublin
O.A.I.R. will be performed by Isabelle O’Connell for whom it was written on June 8th in the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Info here.
“What barbarians these are who speak of culture, of all these marvelous things, of beauty that will remain forever alien to them as long as they cannot will themselves to practice beauty. All practice and motion are so far from them. They just talk and talk and talk, and for just this reason sink ever deeper into the midnight of unrefinedness, for only action is refined (listen to O.A.I.R.), talk is murky and dark, as unclean as hell itself.”
from “Food for Thought” by Robert Walser