Teaching alongside my Ecce colleagues, Isabel Mundry and Raphael Cendo last week at the Goethe Institute. Eight fellows from around the world joined us for readings of their work, lessons and masterclasses. Read more here. Thanks so much to the Goethe Institute, Harvard, New England Conservatory and the French Consulate for their support!
November 20th: Ecce premiered Ephemera at the Dimenna Center.
December 4-7. Teaching at the Goethe Institute Boston with Raphaël Cendo and Isabel Mundry.
January 2015: City of Tomorrow begins a tour of a new work for Wind Quintet.
Composers Edition has just published Aura. Check it out here.
Looking forward to working with Beat Furrer, GarthKnox, and a group of great young composers at Etchings this summer. And so excited to be with some truly remarkable performers. Before we set out, you can catch the premiere of Ephemera at the Ivry-sur-Seine in Paris on June 28th, 8:30PM. If you’re in Paris next week, please come by!
Hear the New York premiere of Mercury at the DiMenna Center. May 15th. There will be a 7PM reception with the composers and the concert starts at 8PM. This is Ecce’s final event of the season before they set off for the Etchings Festival in France.
Mercury, performed by the Ecce Ensemble.
May 1st at Brandeis University. Waltham, MA.
May 15th at the DiMenna Center. New York, NY.
Concert also featuring works by Liza Lim, Gerard Grisey and Mark Andre.
Nolan Pearson premieres Flux, Flutter in Istanbul. March 20th, at the Istanbul Technical University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Music.
Two new works will be premiered at the Etchings Festival along with works by Beat Furrer. Performances by the Ecce Ensemble and Garth Knox.
Nolan Pearson will be premiering Flux, Flutter in Istanbul on March 20th! I’ll post some audio/video afterward. But if you’re in town, check it out: Istanbul University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Music. Istanbul, Turkey. 8:30PM.