Sarah Saviet, violin. Spectrum NYC. January 8, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Viola Yip, voice. Instrumentality/Vocality Conference, University of Huddersfield. January 14, 2017. I, purples, spat blood, laugh of beautiful lips
Dejana Sekulic, violin. Art Base, Brussels, Belgium. March 5, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Ellen Fallowfield, cello. City University, London. March 7, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Jeffrey Gavett, voice (loadbang). Center for New Music, San Francisco. April 11, 2017. I, purples, spat blood, laugh of beautiful lips
Dejana Sekulic, violin. Art Base, Brussels, Belgium. April 30, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Sarah Saviet, violin (ELISION). Arts @ 29 Garden, Harvard University, USA. May 12, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Joan Wright, contrabass (ELISON). Arts @ 29 Garden, Harvard University, USA. May 16, 2017. The wreck of former boundaries (solo contrabass) (world premiere)
Nina Dante, voice (Fonema Consort). Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Northwestern University, Evanston, USA. May 17, 2017 I, purples, spat blood, laugh of beautiful lips
Ellen Fallowfield, cello (Two New Duo). Drückereihalle Ackermannshof, Sankt-Johanns Vorstadt, Basel, Switzerland. May 25, 2017. The Crutch of Memory
Dejana Sekulic, violin. Art Base, Brussels, Belgium. June 11, 2017. “the green is where” (world premiere) and The Crutch of Memory
Additional information will be added as it is confirmed.
The wreck of former boundaries (2014-16) ELISION Ensemble, recorded live at hcmf// 2016. BBC Radio 3, Hear & Now. January 7, 2017.
The wreck of former boundaries / ELISION at 30. ELISION Ensemble. HCR13, coming May 19, 2017.
My primary focus at the moment is the completion of a new electronic work for a CD to be released by HCR in February 2018, which will also include new works by Chris Mercer and Sam Pluta. In May I am traveling to the USA for work on several upcoming projects: Daryl Buckley and I will be in Austin, Texas, doing preparatory research and planning for a new extended work for pedal steel guitar (with significant assistance from my incredibly talented brother Brian), where I’ll also do some work towards a new piece with the terrific line upon line percussion trio. After that it’s on to Chicago for work with Chris Mercer on a co-composed/collaborative/improv duo for electronics, which will also appear on the HCR CD.