Past Events

August 2014

Here is the first bit of press concerning the premiere of , 

Thronateeska, concerto for mixed quartet and orchestra.

 

 

 March

Trio Chymera will perform a recital featuring SQUIRREL!!!Klangfunk’nmelodie, and a new work, Slow Burn at the 2014 North American Saxophone Alliance, hosted by the University of Illinois.

For more info please visit http://nasaconference.com/

 

 

February

 

premiering…

Hemingway was a bomb maker.

for flute and drum set

 

February 7, 2014 – 7:30 pm

The Greensboro Fringe Festival Presents: Collisions and Conversations

COLLAPSS Concert Series #6

Empire Books 1827 B Spring Garden St., Greensboro

fringe

 

 

 

 

February 9, 2014 – 3:30 pm

Janet Watson Phillips, DMA flute recital

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Recital Hall

 

 February 23-24, 2014

Janet and Justin will be presenting the work while on tour with the UNCG New Music Ensemble Present Continuous. Hemingway was a bomb maker will be performed at Winthrop University and Georgia Southern University.

 

December 20, 2013 – 7 pm

 COLLAPSS Concert Series #5

Empire Books 1827 B Spring Garden St., Greensboro

 

November 22, 2013 – 7 pm

 COLLAPSS Concert Series #4

Empire Books 1827 B Spring Garden St., Greensboro

A multimedia presentation of Thinking About How We Just Lost Contact 

was performed.

 

November 1 & 2, 2013

Art in Odd Places – Greensboro 

BRIANNA TAYLOR, CAROLINE ALTHOF & STEVEN LANDIS 

 

A Natural Sequence of Movement

This migratory dance work explores how to physically attend to specific locations while conceptually investigates the Fibonacci number sequence. It migrates down Elm Street, beginning at the The Book Trader and finishing at Elsewhere. In each location the dancers engage in a choreographic structure based on the numerical significance of the Fibonacci number sequence through spatial pathways, repetition of movement, and interaction between the performers. Steven Landis will construct a musical score also based on the Fibonacci sequence using found objects, as well as traditional instrumentation, with featured musician Tiffany Lamb Powell. The work hopes to provide unexpected encounters with audience members and bystanders that might not otherwise encounter a dance and music performance in a traditional theater setting.

 

Date: Nov. 1, 7:30pm – 8:00pm & Nov. 2, 2pm – 2:30pm 

Location: Start – 312 Elm / The Book Trader; 336 Elm / Elm-McGee Parking; 400 Elm / E1 – Old Train Station; 532 Elm / Alley; & 606 Elm / Elsewhere – Finish

 

Trio Chymera will perform my new work,

Klangfunk’nmelodie during their 2013 Fall tour.

 

University of Missouri

Whitmore Recital Hall

September 16, 2013

7.30 PM

chymera

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Missouri – St. Louis

September 17, 2013

4.30 PM

 

 

High Point University

September 24, 2013

5.30 PM

 

 

10th Annual UNCG New Music Festival

September 25, 2013

NMF poster 2013
 

 

 

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