Last year, I was honored to have the opportunity to speak to two additional groups about my work. Check out the interviews below!
1. THE CLASSICYL VINE: I was delighted to have had the opportunity to speak to Natasha Nelson about my chamber trio ALL I WONDER, written for Sputter Box and their 2020 project-turned-album "Sputter (SHRINKS THE) Box." Natasha is writing a full series of interviews, featuring all of the composers who wrote new works for Sputter Box and their project. Check out my interview below, and be sure to peruse through the full series of interviews!
2. SOUNDS OF THE WORLD: This eclectic new podcast proclaims "Our world is a buffet of music and it is time to eat!" This statement couldn't be any truer - just look at their episode list (link below)! I'm delighted to have had the opportunity to talk about my work, my involvement with the Millennium Composers Initiative, and the current progress of my upcoming symphony (have you checked out our album campaign yet? So many cool perks and ways you can support our recording project!!) with the wonderful folks who run this podcast. Check it out!
I am so, so grateful to the following:
-To all of the consortium members, artists, friends, and colleagues who have supported and advocated for this triptych, for Kevin and Quinn's outstanding music, and for my own work
-To Sean Murphy for publishing this triptych in his catalog, as well as for his continued championing and advocacy of new music and incredible composers
-To all of you who have continued to support and advocate for me and my own work throughout the years, especially through these recently, incredibly difficult and challenging times
Secondly, it is a great privilege and honor to have my own work be a part of MMP's incredible catalog!
I'm very excited to be joining this family of fantastic composers.
Finally, I am beyond grateful to both Kevin and Quinn for their wonderful friendship, for their brilliant creativity and art, for the beautiful pieces they have created for this triptych, and for the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with them on this project.
Some new projects are on the horizon, and the revision process for my symphony is going well! More to come soon about all of this.
For now, here's to a new year, new music, and better days to come.
Composer, cats, and food - in no particular order.