Lots going on this Fall!
Two World Premieres (both for orchestra, both conducted by my amazing wife!)
Concerto for Trombone, Joseph Alessi and the Durham Medical Orchestra, Verena Mösenbichler – Bryant conducting
- 10/28 – 11/1: MILLEDGEVILLE, GA: Georgia College residency (Radiant Joy, Ecstatic Fanfare, Dusk, and Rise for sax quartet), Cliff Towner, conductor
- 11/7, 11/12: GREENSBORO, NC: UNCG rehearsal of The Automatic Earth and Ecstatic Waters, Jonathan Caldwell and Kevin Geraldi, conductors
- 11/10: DURHAM, NC: rehearsal with Joseph Alessi and the Durham Medical Orchestra on the new symphony orchestra version of my Concerto for Trombone (premiere: Dec. 8th, Durham, NC)
- 11/15 – 11/16: HOUSTON, TX: Texas Region XIII Symphony Orchestra premieres new fanfare, Shouting Defiance, with Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant conducting.
- 11/19 – 11/23: VANCOUVER, CA: The University of British Columbia Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by Rob Taylor, performs The Automatic Earth.
- 11/25: WINSTON-SALEM, NC: West Forsyth HS visit to work with the band and their conductor, Patricia Ball.
- 12/8: DURHAM, NC: Joseph Alessi and the Durham Medical Orchestra premiere the orchestral version of my Concerto for Trombone, Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant conducting. Baldwin Auditorium.
Lastly, I wrote about an hour of new music for band last year, and finally have recordings posted if you have that kind of time:
The Automatic Earth – Apocalyptic electro-acoustic music dealing with the climate crisis, geoengineering, and human re-engineering
Pendulum – Five-movement symphonic work commissioned by a consortium led by the University of Illinois. Each movement may also standalone or be combined in various ways.