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2019

Sep 28, 2019

7pm @ Spectrum NYC

imprint - ARDE Collecrtive

Join ARDE for their first concert of this season! The performance will feature works by NYC-based composers Camila Agosto, Conrad Tao, Isaac Blumfield, Josh Mastel, and Konstantinos Baras.

The program will include a trio by Jean-Philippe Rameau and will conclude with a realization of Amanda Schoofs’ visually poetic score “You Burn Us,” with Josh Mastel on electronics.

Carlos Aguilar, flute
Wick Simmons, cello
Robert Fleitz, piano
Josh Mastel, electronics

$15 General Admission
$10 Students
Cash at Door

Sep 27, 2019

8pm @ Slate Arts in Chicago

Selective Hearing - Chicago Premiere

Bassoonists Joey Guidry and Ben Roidl-Ward will perform Selective Hearing alongside works by Lisa Atkinson and Joey Guidry.

Friday, September 27th

8pm

Slate Arts + Performance in Chicago, Il

3203 W North Ave

Tickets are $5-10

Jun 30, 2019

5pm @ Scottish Rite Theater

Chain Reaction - Density512

In collaboration with Liminal Sound Series


Nicholas Perry Clark, conductor


Musik in Nebel (Fog Music) explores music that is largely improvised, ambiguous, and inspired by stream-of-consciousness composition. We present two brand-new commissions by local composers, Alan Retamozo and Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, as well as a commissioned arrangement of a concerto for pedal steel guitar by Jeff Snyder featuring Bob Hoffnar, Director of the Liminal Sound Series.

The music that Density512 plays is generally notated with great complexity. Musicians struggle to try and replicate the sounds that are exactly what the composer intended. But some composers take a different approach, by giving the performers more control. Camila Agosto's Chain Reaction is a series of musical images that the players interpret simultaneously. In Christine Burke's half murmur, the composer supplies a page with specific directions for all the instruments and gives them seconds of time to elaborate on what she's written. We end the show with Vinko Globokar, a trombonist, composer, and wild improviser. His work, Kaleidoskop im Nebel (Kaleidoscope in fog) fits with the other works as it is a stream-of-consciousness collage of sounds. The music is comprised of intricate instrumental techniques, peculiar percussion resonances, and even coughing and laughing from orchestra members as if we have stumbled into the middle of Globokar's improvisatory creative space. 

Jun 01, 2019

Noon to Midnight Festival - Los Angeles Philharmonic

Tybontoan World Premiere - International Contemporary Ensemble

On June 1, 2019 during the 2019 Los Angeles Philharmonic Noon to Midnight Festival, International Contemporary Ensemble will premiere my new work Tybontoan as part of the culminating performance featuring the 2019 National Composer Intensive fellows. Works by Salina Fisher, Jessie Cox, Rohan Chander, Nina Shekhar, Kelley Sheehan, and Nicholas Morrish will also be featured. 

Performance will take place on the main stage at the Walt Disney Recital Hall. 

Apr 06, 2019

Green Center for the Performing Arts @ DePauw University

Tangent - Kallie Ciechomski

Kallie Ciechomski, NYC-based Violist, will perform Tangent on April 6, 2019 during residency at DePauw University. 

Apr 05, 2019

Green Center for Performing Arts @ DePauw University

Listen to me as one listens to the rain - International Contemporary Ensemble

International Contemporary Ensemble to perform Listen to me as one listens to the rain on April 5, 2019 at the Green Center for Performing Arts at DePauw University. 

Apr 05, 2019

Falbo Theatre, West Virginia University

Paracusia I and II - Justin Massey Recital

During his final DMA Recital, Justin Massey will perform Paracusia I and II alongside works by Justin Massey, Marcos Balter, Anna Clyne, Carolyn Borcherding, and Nathan Davis. 

Performance on April 5, 2019 at West Virginia University, Falbo Theatre in Morgontown, WV

Apr 18, 2019

6pm @ The Blanton Art Gallery

Words/Matter: Latin American Art and Language at the Blanton | Thursday, April 18th at 6pm @ The Blanton Art Gallery

Thursday, April 18, 2019

6pm

The Blanton Art Museum

Join Kyle Jones, Zoe Cagan, and Josh McClellan as they perform my work Listen to me as one listens to the rain on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 6pm at The Blanton Art Gallery of The University of Austin, TX! 

 

Instrumentalists Kyle Jones, Zoe Cagan, and Josh McClellan will be performing my work Listen to me as one listens to the rain alongside Felipe Lara's Vocalise II as part of a concert in partnership with The Blanton Art Museum at The University of Austin, TX. Words/Matter: Latin American Art and Language at the Blanton, is an ongoing exhibit featuring the Blanton's extensive collection of Latin American Art, and offers an innovative perspective on how artists of this region have explored the links between visual art and written language since the early decades of the twentieth century.

Apr 28, 2019

8pm @ Access Theatre

imprint - New York performance by ARDE Collective

On April 28 at 8:00 pm, ARDE will string together a series of cutting edge interconnected duos written for flute, cello and electronics that delve into elements of interpersonal relationships through music and body language. The collective’s debut show features new music, including four world premieres, by Conrad Tao, Camila Agosto, Evan Anderson, Josh Mastel and Alex Held .

Performers:
Carlos Aguilar | flutes
Wick Simmons | cello
Sophia Sun | viola
Jack McGuire | bass
Josh Mastel | sound


Please RSVP Here
Suggested donation of $10

For updates, rehearsal clips and info please follow us on Instagram & Facebook @ardecollective !

Mar 21, 2019

SEAMUS Festival

Paracusia I and II - 2019 SEAMUS Festival

Justin Massey will perform Paracusia I and II during the 2019 SEAMUS Festival from March 21-23rd. 

Performances will be held at Berklee Conservatory in Boston, MA. 

Feb 19, 2019

7pm @ Areté Venue and Gallery

Feminist Counterpoint Electrified | Tuesday, Feb. 19th at 7pm @ Areté Venue and Gallery

Tuesday

February 19, 2019

7pm

Areté Venue and Gallery

 

Violist Kallie Ciechomski presents a program of music written for viola, electronics, and projections featuring my work Tangent, alongside works by Missy Mazzoli, Emma O'Halloran, Elizabeth A. Baker, and Carrie Frey.

 

Feminist Counterpoint, Kallie’s solo project, champions music written in her lifetime by women, trans, and nonbinary composers. Through this project, she advocates for underrepresented voices by commissioning new works, reinforcing the existing repertoire, and reaching new audiences through lecture/recital concerts in nontraditional venues. Feminist Counterpoint concerts have included a sold out performance at the 2018 New Music Gathering, an amplified recital in Times Square, a performance/workshop at Bay Area Girls Rock Camp, and a two week West Coast Tour. This year’s solo recitals include works for viola and electronics at Symphony Space’s Bar Thalia series, and music for viola and projections at Areté Venue and Gallery.

Feb 04, 2019

East Branch of Boston Public Library

Paper House World Premiere - Box Not Found

Boston-based ensemble, Box Not Found, will premiere my new work Paper House on February 4, 2019 in partnership with Boston Public Libraries.

Concert will take place at the East Branch Public Library. 

Jan 11, 2019

George Mason University

Paracusia II. tethers - International Saxophone Symposium

Justin Massey will perform Paracusia II. tethers during the 41st International Saxophone Symposium on January 11, 2019 at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. 

Jan 18, 2019

7pm @ Tenri Cultural Institute

Blemish - Quartet121 Inaugural Concert

Quartet121, an NYC-based string quartet, will perform Blemish during their Inaugural Concert on Friday January 18, 2019 at 7pm at the Tenri Cultural Institute

43A West 13th Street

New York, New York

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