December 12, 2003
CalArts pianists Peter Miyamoto, Vicki Ray, Lorna Edder and composer James Tenney perform an evening of works for two quater-tone-tuned-pianos including works by James Tenney himself, Charles Ives and the world premiere of Separations I and II by Nicholas Chase. Concert will feature a guest performance of Mark Menzies in a semi-rare performance on piano.
8pm Roy O. Disney Hall
California Institute of the Arts
November 16, 2003
CANCELLED: due to overbooking and extraordinary circumstances my involvement in this performance has been cancelled; watch for notification of the rescheduled performance. Many thanks to the ACF-LA for their support and understanding!
A Newly revised version of DUMUZI: for Morton Subotnick is previewed as part of The American Composers Forum presentatation featuring the work of Morton Subotnick and his colleagues.
8pm Fais Do Do
Details to follow
October 25, 2003
Composer/pianist Trevor Berens premieres Woad for Indigo as part of a program of solo piano works.
8pm Murphy Hall, Loyola Marymount College
June 8, 21 2003
Long Beach Opera premieres Twenty-Two (Taker of the Total Chance) as part of a program of its Seven Small Operas program.
4pm, Carpenter Performing Arts Center
Long Beach, California
6200 Atherton St., Long Beach, CA
May 16, 2003
Marlow Fisher, violist and Kathleen McIntosh, harpsichord, reprise A Rainbow Around the Sun.
San Francisco de Paula Church
April 26, 2003
Marlow Fisher, violist and Kathleen McIntosh, harpsichord, premiere A Rainbow Around the Sun at theTenri Cultural Institute in New York City. Details to follow.
April 19, 2003
Nicholas Chase premieres
Dumuzi: for Morton Subotnick at the University of California, Riverside as part of an evening of his works featuring turntable. Included on the program will be excerpts from the opera e1>3ktr=A, OPUS, and performances of Butterfly Garden for voice and turntable and An American Suite for solo turntable.
Details to follow.
April 16, 2003
Nicholas Chase performs Dumuzi: for Morton Subotnick with electronics and live instrumentation at the California Institute of the Arts as part of a concert given in honor of Morton Subotnick's 70th birthday. Program includes a retrospective of Subotnick's chamber music as well as the performance of "Gestures," a recent digital work given by Subotnick himself.
8pm Roy O. Disney Hall, CalArts
April 12, 2003
Nicholas Chase premieres
Dumuzi: for Morton Subotnick at the CCRMA
Stanford, University as part of an evening of his works featuring turntable. Included on the program will be excerpts from the opera e1>3ktr=A, OPUS, and world premieres of Butterfly Garden for voice and turntable and An American Suite for solo turntable.
11pm, CCRMA, Stanford University
January 19, 2003
Southwest Chamber Music
presents Rugosa Rose as part of their
Composer Portrait Series
Panel Discussion at 5pm
Armory Center for the Arts
Tickets $10.00 General Admission
$5.00 Students and Seniors
For information call: (800) 726-7147
January 15, 2003
Elevator Music, a collabration with composer-MFA Jessie Rothwell. Live performance of a series of new works by both composers will be given in the CalArts main elevator as part of the CalArts School of Music's Vexations of CalArts 18-hour concert event.
CalArts main elevator.
No admission charge
December 12 & 14, 2002
a new work, Underneath My Skin, a collabration with choreographer Nazorine Paglia premieres at
Sarah Lawrence College Performing Arts Center,