SELECTED PAST PERFORMANCES

1997-2013 PERFORMANCES LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY COMPOSITION

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Updated 28 October 2017

The Angel of Death
Solo Piano, Chamber Orchestra, 6-channel computer processed sound
CANADIAN PREMIÈRE: 29 March 2009
David Swan, Piano, Robert Aitken, Conductor
New Music Concerts Ensemble
"Roger Reynolds and His Protégés"
Isabel Bader Theatre, Toronto, Canada

10 March 2007
Columbia Sinfonietta,
Stephen Gosling, Piano, Josef Kucera and Roger Reynolds, Technical Support
Jeffrey Milarsky, Conductor
Miller Theatre, New York

1 June 2004
Marilyn Nonken, Piano, J.T. Rinker, Technical Support
Slee Sinfonietta, Magnus Märtensson, Conductor
Slee Hall, University at Buffalo

15 November 2002
Ensemble Court-circuit,
Jean-Marie Cottet, Piano, Frédéric Voisin, Technical Support
Pierre-André Valade, Conductor
Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France

American first performance: 17 April 2002
Gloria Cheng, Piano, Sonor Ensemble, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
Mandeville Center for the Performing Arts,
UCSD, La Jolla, California

Premiere performances: 6 and 7 June 2001
2001 Agora Festival, Paris
Ensemble Court-circuit, Jean-Marie Cottet, Piano, Pierre-André Valade, Conductor
Technical Support, Ircam


AngelSpace
Real-time interactive computer music
First performance : 5 June 2010
Jacob Sudol, Computer
ICMC, Stony Brook University - SUNY
Stony Brook, New York


Ariadne's Thread
String Quartet, Computer generated sound (stereophonic and quadraphonic versions)
11 December 2012
[nec]shivaree (New England Conservatory's avant-garde ensemble; Director: Steven Drury)
Amy Galluzzo, Ryan Shannon, Violins,
DJ Cheek, Viola, Yina Tong, Cello, John Mallia, Electronics
New England Conservatory, Williams Hall
Boston, Massachusetts

4 November 2010
ONCE. MORE. Festival
The ONCE String Quartet
Anna Shálová, Violin, Yi-Ting Kuo, Violin, Hoi Yue Ng, Viola, Jeremy Crosmer, Cello
Rackham Auditorium
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Ambages
Solo Flute
6 April 2003
Grace Leslie, Solo Flute
Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University


Aspiration
Solo Violin, Chamber Orchestra
2 June 2010
Irvine Arditti, Violin, Slee Sinfonietta, James Baker, Conductor
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
June in Buffalo, 35th Anniversary
University at Buffalo - SUNY

23 January 2009
Emilie-Anne Gendron, Violin
Juilliard New Music Ensemble, Joel Sachs, Conductor
Focus! Festival, Lincoln Center, New York

19 November 2008
Irvine Arditti, Violin
Nouvel ensemble moderne (NEM), Lorraine Vaillancourt, Conductor
Cornerstone Arts Festival 2008, Liverpool, UK

28 February 2008
Andrew Tholl, Violin
Inauthentica Ensemble, Mark Menzies, Conductor
Chapman University, Orange, California

30 January 2008
Andrew Tholl, Violin
Inauthentica Ensemble, Mark Menzies, Conductor
California Institute of the Arts Valencia

13 September 2006
Irvine Arditti, Solo Violin, Nouvel Ensemble Modern, Lorraine Vaillancourt, Conductor
Salle Claude Champagne, Montréal

First performance: 5 October 2005
Irvine Arditti, Solo Violin, Oslo Sinfonietta, Christian Eggen, Conductor
Norwegian Academy of Music
Ultima Festival, Oslo


Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II)
Solo Marimba
19 October 2012
Alejandro Sancho, Marimba
Entrecruzamientos Musicales SMASH (Mexico / Spain)
Monterrey and Morelia, Mexico

29 May 2010
Brian Archinal, Percussion

11 May 2010
Brian Archinal, Percussion
Geneva, Switzerland

19 April 2010
Brian Archinal, Percussion
Basel, Switzerland

1 April 2010
Brian Archinal, Percussion
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, La Jolla

13 December 2008
Kunihiko Komori, Percussion
Toppan Hall, Tokyo

22 September 2008
Kunihiko Komori, Percussion
Kyoto Aoyama Omak Keenan, Japan

11 April 2008
Aiyun Huang, Percussion
Encuentros
DePaul Concert Hall, DePaul University, Chicago

15 March 2008
Kunihiko Komori, Percussion
Million Concert Gala Series
Hamarikyu Asahi Hall, Tokyo

7 February 2007
Aiyun Huang, Percussion
Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montréal

27 April 2006
Nick Terry, Percussion
Also performing works by Alvarez, Xenakis,
as well as the premiere of Trench Coat Dances
by Shaun Naidoo
Salmon Recital Hall, School of Music,
Chapman University, Orange, California

7 April 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
Manhattan School of Music
New York

4 April 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium in conjunction with
The Society of Composers, Inc., Region VII Conference
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

2 April 2005
Joseph Bergen, Percussion
Shea Center for Performing Arts, Room 101
William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey

10 June 2004
Kunihiko Komori, Percussion
Takefu International Music Festival, Japan

14 January 2003
Aiyun Huang, Percussion
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla

27 April 2001
Eduardo Leandro, Percussion
Harvard University, Cambridge


The Behavior of Mirrors
Solo Guitar
14 May 2007
Paul Bowman, Guitar
Mandeville Center for the Arts
University of California, San Diego

3 March 2007
Paul Bowman, Guitar
tage für neue musik
Darmstadt

2 February 2002
Carsten Radtke, Guitar
Freies Musikzentrum
Munich, Germany

22 September 2001
Carsten Radtke, Guitar
Munich New Music Society
Munich, Germany

10 May 2001
Carsten Radtke, Guitar
International Bodenseefestival
Konstanz, Germany

12 May 2000
Derek Keller, Guitar
Mandeville Center for the Arts,
University of California, San Diego, La Jolla

4 May 1998
Salão de Atos de Reitoria da UFRGS
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Porto Alegre, Brazil

4 April 1989
Esko Virtanen, Guitar
Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland


...brain ablaze...she howled aloud
One, two, or three Piccolos, Computer processed sound, and Real-time computer spatialization
16 May 2003
Anne La Berge, Carin Levine, Jäckle Burkhard, Piccolos
Grand Theatre, Groningen, The Netherlands

First performance with three piccolos and European première: 6 May 2003
Anne La Berge, Carin Levine, Jäckle Burkhard, Piccolos
Roger Reynolds, Computer spatialization and processing
Bavarian Radio/Musica Viva
Munich, Germany

First performance with two piccolos: 14 June 2000 (First performance with three piccolos and European première: 6 May 2003)
John Fonville, Rachel Rudich, Piccolos, Chris Mercer, Computer spatialization and processing
June in Buffalo, New York


Coconino...a shattered landscape
16 November 2002
Arditti Quartet
Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France


Colombi Daydream
Solo Cello
First performance: 12 February 2011
Mystery Variations (31 short works based on the Chiacona by Giuseppe Colombi)
Anssi Karttunen, Cello
Festival Présences, Théâtre du Châtelet
Paris

15 May 2011
Anssi Karttunen, Cello
San Francisco Performances
San Francisco, California

11 May 2011
Mystery Variations (31 short works based on the Chiacona by Giuseppe Colombi)
Anssi Karttunen, Cello
Baryshnikov Arts Center
New York, New York


Consider
Tenor and French horn
Text: adapted by the composer from a prose poem by Paul Aster
First performances: 12, 13 September 2004
Thomas Meglioranza, Baritone, William Purvis, French horn
"Works & Process", Guggenheim Museum, New Yor


A Crimson Path
Cello and Piano
9 March 2009
Rohan de Saram, Cello, Noriko Kawai, Piano
Jack Lyons Hall, York University, UK

2 October 2008
Erika Duke, Cello, Mark Menzies, Piano
Roy O. Disney Hall, CalArts, Los Angeles

19 August 2008
Erika Duke, Cello, Mark Menzies, Piano
Dartington Summer Course, England

30 January 2008
Erika Duke, Cello, Mark Menzies, Piano
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia

Premiere, complete version:
16 November 2002
Christophe Roy, Cello, Pascale Berthelot, Piano
Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France

First performance (incomplete version): 29 September 2000
Rohan de Saram, Solo Cello, Druvi de Saram, Piano
Parma, Italy

First performance: 10 May 2000
Rohan de Saram, Solo Cello, Druvi de Saram, Piano
Rencontres d'ensembles de violoncelles, Beauvais, France


Dionysus
Chamber Ensemble (8 players)
13 March 1999
Members of the National Symphony Orchestra, Republic of China [Taiwan],
Lien-Chang Kuo, Conductor
Music Taipei 1999, National Recital Hall, Taipei, Taiwan

Fl (picc), CL (B-cl), Hn, Tpt, B-tbn, Perc, Pf, Db
9 March 1998
University of North Texas, Denton, Joseph Klein, Conductor


Dream Mirror
Solo Guitar, Real-time algorithmic transformation
First performance : 17 July 2010
A Tempo Festival
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar, Jaime Oliver, Computer musician
Caracas, Venezuelan

3 March 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar, Jaime Oliver, Computer musician
The Phillips Collection
Washington, DC

1 April 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar, Jaime Oliver, Computer musician
"Music of Roger Reynolds"
Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras
Conservatorio de las Rosas
Morelia, Mexico


Eclipse
Quadraphonic computer generated sound,
Electroacoustically processed voices,
Video images by Ed Emshwiller
11 September 1998 International Summer Course, Radziejowicach, Poland


Eclipse Quartet
6 June 2007
Arditti Quartet
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo - SUNY

6 October 2005
Arditti Quartet
Ultima Festival, Oslo

10 June 2004
Arditti Quartet
Takefu International Music Festival, Japan

13 September 2003
Théâtre du Moulin d'Andé
Musique de Chambre en Normandie
France

16 November 2002
Arditti Quartet
Frédéric Voisin, Technical Support Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France

9 November 2002
Arditti Quartet
trope, Vevey, Switzerland

12 October 2001
Ethel (Amplified string quartet), Chris Mercer, Real-time computer spatialization
Orchestra Tech, sponsored by the American Composers Orchestra
Great Hall, Cooper Union, New York City


Elliott
String Quartet
Dedication Piece
19 January 2011
Diotima Quartet
La Maison Française/Embassy of France
Washington, DC

17 January 2011
Diotima Quartet
The Frick Collection
New York City

14 January 2011
Diotima Quartet
New Music Concerts
Toronto, Canada

28 May 2009
Locrian Chamber Players
Riverside Church, New York

First performance: 25 January 2008
Arditti Quartet
Cité de la musique, Paris


Focus a beam, emptied of thinking, outward...
Solo Cello
17 March 2007
Rohan de Saram, Cello
REDCAT, CalArts Downtown, Los Angeles

3 December 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
Auditorium, Sichuan Conservatory of Music, Chengdu PRC

17 November 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
Stepped Hall, China Conservatory of Music, Beijing PRC

Lecture-Performance: 17 November 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
China Conservatory of Music, Beijing PRC

21 October 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
Concert Hall, Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing PRC

Lecture-Performance: 19 October 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
China Conservatory of Music, Beijing PRC

18 October 1999
Hugh Livingston, Cello
Berkeley Chamber Arts, Berkeley, California

19 May 1998
Hugh Livingston, Solo Cello
Mandeville Center for the Arts,
University of California, San Diego


...from behind the unreasoning mask
Trombone, Percussion (+ Assistant), Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound
3 June 2010
Patrick Crossland, Trombone, Rie Watanabe, Percussion
Center for the Art Drama Theater
June in Buffalo, 35th Anniversary
University at Buffalo


Gathering
Woodwind Quintet
30 March 2001
Citywinds, Lyman Hall, Pomona College
Claremont, California

3 October 1997
Eolus Quintet, John Fonville, Flute,
Susan Barrett, Oboe, Robert Zelickman, Clarinet,
David Savage, Bassoon, Warren Gref, French Horn
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla


george WASHINGTON
Orchestra, 3 Narrators, Video projection,
Real-time sound processing and spatialization
Ross Karre, Videographer, Jaime Oliver, Computer cues, Josef Kucera, Sound design
First performances: 3, 4, 5 October 2013
National Symphony Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor
Clark Young, Thomas Keegan, Philip Larson, Narrators
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Washington, DC


ILLUSION
2 Actors, Baritone, High Soprano
Solo Picc, Solo Cl, Solo Vc, Chamber Ensemble, 8-channel computer processed sound
and spatialization, with a real-time multichannel environment in the foyers preceding and following the performance
Text: assembled by the composer from Aeschylus and Euripides
First performance: 9 May 2006
Hila Plitmann, Soprano, Troy Cook, Baritone,
Melinda Page Hamilton, Speaker, Tim Monsion, Speaker
Josef Kucera, Pei Xiang, Richard Bugg, Spatialization
Sarah Jackson, Piccolo, Lorin Levee, Clarinet, David Garrett, Cello
Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles


The Image Machine
Real-time interactive computer music
28 May 2013
Roger Reynolds, Real-time computer
"Signs, Prophecies & Places Unknown: THE AMERICAN COMPOSER TODAY"
SONAR New Music Ensemble
Luther Place Memorial Church
Washington, DC

8 June 2007
Roger Reynolds, Real-time computer
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo - SUNY

21 May 2006
SEAMS [Society for Electroacoustic Music in Sweden]
New Electro-Acoustic Music from the United States of America
Joseph Waters, Computer
Fylkingen [New Music & Intermedia Art]
Stockholm, Sweden

2 February 2006
Roger Reynolds, Computer
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress
Washington, DC

First performance: 6 October 2005
Roger Reynolds, Computer, Pei Xiang, Musical assistant
Ultima Festival, Oslo


imAge/cello
imagE/cello

21 March 2013
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
Ensemble Court-circuit
La Maison Française/Embassy of France
Washington, DC

First performance of the pair: 2 March 2010
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
La Maison Française, Washington, DC
A part of the CHANGES: Seasons Festival in Washington, DC

28 May 2009
Greg Hesselink, Cello
Locrian Chamber Players
Riverside Church, New York

5 May 2008
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
"Alexis a toujours 30 ans !"
Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Venice

3 May 2008
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
"Alexis a toujours 30 ans !"
Casa Paganini, Geneva

First performance imAge/cello: 14 May 2007
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
Rencontres d'Ensembles de Violoncelles de Beauvais, France

First performance imagE/cello: 3 March 2007
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
30 ans > 30 créations
Cité de la musique, Paris


imagE/contrabass
imAge/contrabass

Solo Contrabass
Mark Dresser, Contrabass
First performance of the pair: 24 March 2010
New Music for Contrabass
Mark Dresser, Marc Marder, Ensemble Terra Nova
Hawai'i Contrabass Festival
Fresh Café, 831 Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawai'i

First performance: 23 November 2008
The Stone, New York City

4 February 2012
Fairbanks New Music Festival
Charles Davis Concert Hall
University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska


imagE/flute
Solo Flute
Rachel Beetz, Flute
13 March 2013
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
La Jolla, California

First performance: 9 May 2012
Rachel Beetz, Flute
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
La Jolla, California


imAge/guitar
imagE/guitar

Solo Guitar
First performance: 3 March 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar
The Phillips Collection
Washington, DC


1 April 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar
"Music of Roger Reynolds"
Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras
Conservatorio de las Rosas
Morelia, Mexico


imAge/piano
imagE/piano

Solo Piano
21 March 2013
Jean-Marie Cottet, Piano
Ensemble Court-circuit
La Maison Française/Embassy of France
Washington, DC

31 May 2008
Eric Huebner, Piano
June in Buffalo
Performance Faculty Institute Concert
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
Unniversity of Buffalo, New York

21 October 2008
Jason Hardink, Piano
Canyonlands Ensemble, University of Utah

21 May 2008
Eric Huebner, Piano
Tenri Cultural Institute, New York City

First performance [imAge/piano]: 20 May 2008
Eric Huebner, Piano
Tenri Cultural Institute, New York City

First performance [imagE/piano] : 8 December 2007
Eric Huebner, Piano
Chelsea Art Museum, New York City


imagE/viola
First performance: 6 December 2012
John Pickford Richards, Viola
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge


The Ivanov Suite
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
I. Trumpet Dream, III. Religious Music, IV. The Brides,
V. Piccolo Dream, VII. Primitive Music
5 May 1998
Salão de Atos de Reitoria da UFRGS
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Porto Alegre, Brazil


JUSTICE
Actress, Soprano, Percussion, Multichannel computer sound,
Real-time spatialization, Staging
11 March 2012
Alice Teyssier, Actress, Tiffany Du Mouchelle, Soprano,
Steve Soolok, Percussion, Paul Hembree, Computer
Conrad Prebys Music Center
La Jolla, California

First performances (revised version):
30 November [Friday] and 1 December [Saturday] 2001
Donnah Welby, Actress, Carmen Pelton, Soprano,
Steven Schick, Percussion, Josef Kucera, Robert Pitt, Peter Otto, Spatialization and dissemination,
Martha Mountain, Lighting, Henry Fonte, Director, Harvey Sollberger, Musical Advisor, K Williams, Manager
Thomas Jefferson Building's Great Hall, Library of Congress, Washington, DC

First performances: 21, 22 May 1999
Lauren Flanagan, Soprano, Ellen Lauren, Actress, Josef Kucera, Sound engineering
Steven Schick, Percussion, Peter Otto and Timothy Labor, Real-time spatialization,
Tadashi Suzuki, Partial staging, Costumes, Lighting, Direction
AT THE EDGE, an evening at the 2nd Theatre Olympics, Shizuoka, Japan


Kokoro
Solo Violin
18 September 2013
Mark Menzies, Violin
International Conference:
"TIME FORMS: The temporalities of aesthetic experience"
Performance follows the Opening Beatty Keynote Address
by Roger Reynolds:
"Energy manifested, energy experienced: The animation of time through musical material and its transformations"
McGill University
Montréal, Québec, Canada

18 July 2013
Irvine Arditti, Violin
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Colegio Nacional, Mexico City

17 October 2012
Gabriela Díaz, Violin
Reynolds talk at Lewis Music Library, then Ms. Díaz at Killian Hall, MIT
Cambridge, Massachusetts

4 October 2012
Gabriela Díaz, Violin
Callithumpian Consort, Stephen Drury, Artistic Director
Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory
Boston, Massachusetts

10 June 2004
Irvine Arditti, Violin
Takefu International Music Festival, Japan

16 May 2003
Barbara Lüneburg, Violin
Grand Theatre, Groningen, The Netherlands

2 December 2000
Barbara Lueneburg, Violin
Middleburg, The Netherlands

30 November 2000
Barbara Lueneburg, Violin
Hamburg, Germany

French first performance: 25 June 2000
Irvine Arditti, Violin
Agora Festival, Ircam, France

Reynolds's Lecture "The 'Elsewhere' of Music", Performance: 15 June 2000
Mark Menzies, Violin
June in Buffalo, New York

3 June 2000
Barbara Lueneburg, Violin
Schloss Goldrain, Meran, Italy

New York first performance: 27 January 1999
FOCUS! 1999 – Toward the Millennium, Part I
Ju-Young Baek, Violin
Juilliard Theater, Juilliard, NYC

Kokoro [with Computer-spatialized sound]
First performance: 2 February 2006
Mark Menzies, Violin, Pei Xiang, Computer spatialization
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress
Washington, DC


MARKed MUSIC
Solo Contrabass, Real-time algorithmic transformation
1 March 2012
Mark Dresser, Contrabass, Paul Hembree, Computer musician 
Conrad Prebys Music Center
La Jolla, California

First performance: 25th August 2011
Mark Dresser, Contrabass, Jaime Oliver, Computer musician
The Stone, New York City


Mosaic

Solo Flute (Piccolo), Piano
5 February 2012
Rachel Beetz, Flute (Piccolo), Kyle Adam Blair, Piano
Conrad Prebys Music Center, Concert Hall
University of California, San Diego

2 November 2010
Amy Porter, Flute, John Ellis, Piano
ONCE. MORE. Festival
Rackham Auditorium
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


not forgotten
in six movements: Giverny, Toru, Elliott, Ryoanji, Iannis, Now
String Quartet
26 February 2013
JACK Quartet
Boston University Center for New Music
Boston, Massachusetts

13 February 2013
JACK Quartet
"WEDNESDAY EVENINGS @ 7"
Conrad Prebys Music Center Concert Hall
La Jolla, California

3 November 2012
JACK Quartet
Festival of New American Music
Music Recital Hall
California State University, Sacramento

25 October 2012
JACK Quartet
Riverside Recital Hall
University of Iowa, Iowa City

3 June 2012
JACK Quartet
Christopher Otto and Ari Streisfeld, Violins
John Pickford Richards, Viola, Kevin McFarland, Cello
National Gallery of Art, East Building Auditorium
Washington, DC

5 June 2010
Arditti Quartet
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
June in Buffalo, 35th Anniversary
University at Buffalo - SUNY

First performance : 23 April 2010
Arditti Quartet
Wittener Tage
Witten, Germany


On the Balance of Things
Solo Oboe, Chamber Ensemble,
Stereophonic computer processed sound, Dance component (optional)
First performances DANCE VERSION: 16, 17, 18, 20, 21 January 1998
Ensemble Intercontemporain, László Hadady, Oboe,
Lucinda Childs, Dancer/Choreographer, Anne Manson, Conductor
Cité de la musique, Paris


OPPOrTuniTy
Margaret Leng Tan, Pianist/Voice
First performance: 9 September 2012
National Gallery of Art, East Building Atrium
Washington, DC


The Palace [Voicespace IV]
(Modest staging) Bass Baritone, Quadraphonic
computer processed sound
9 June 2007
Nicholas Isherwood, Bass Baritone
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo - SUNY

27 October 2001
Andreas Fischer, Bass Baritone, Neue Vocalsolisten
Concert: "Scenic Aspects in Music"
Weimar, Germany

15 September 2001
Andreas Fischer, Bass Baritone, Neue Vocalsolisten
Musik im Industrie Raum
Duisberg, Germany

7 March 1998
Philip Larson, Bass Baritone
Festival of New Music: "The Music of Ross Lee Finney & His Students"
University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music


PASSAGE 9: "Alliances, Realization, Benediction, The Sublime, The Space of Silence, Sharing, The Inexplicable, Anotherworldly Intersection, What Was Needed, Context or Features, Cross-Modality, Obligation: A Meander" (2012-2013)
Intermedia Performance
Texts and Narration: Roger Reynolds
Image preparation: Paul Hembree
Recording and editing of texts: Paul Hembree

On screen:
[Tadashi Suzuki’s production of Chekhov’s Ivanov (NHK recorded excerpt), Music by Roger Reynolds],
[MARKed MUSIC (excerpt) performed by Mark Dresser (Contrabass) and
Paul Hembree (real-time algorithmic sound processing)
Audio recording and editing: Michael Ricca
Editing: Ross Karre, Kyle Johnson, and Frankie Martin]

Performance date: 13 March 2013
Chatter/Clatter, Steven Schick (Percussion) and Paul Hembree (Computer musician)
imagE/flute, Rachel Beetz, Flute
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, Conrad Prebys Music Center
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
SANCTUARY I: Chatter/Clatter (Solo Percussion and Algorithmic computer sound), Steve Schick and imagE/flute (solo flute), Rachel Beetz
Paul Hembree, Technical support
13 March 2013
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall of the Conrad Prebys Music Center
UCSD, La Jolla, California
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
LINK TO TRAILER by Kyle Johnson


PASSAGE 8: "On Learning, Varèse, Cage, Ashley, Musical Experience, and Intermedia"
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
imagE/viola (Viola), John Pickford Richards, (Clarinet), Bill Kalinkos, (Real-time algorithmic transformations), Paul Hembree
Paul Hembree, Technical support
6 December 2012
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall, 8 PM
Harvard University, Cambridge
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 7: "John Cage – incidents, texts, conversations, and music"
ILLUMINATIONs 7 (Intermedia Lecture Event at the John Cage Centennial Festival Washington, DC)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Jenny Lin, Guest pianist
Jaime Oliver, Technical support
9 September 2012
National Gallery of Art, East Building Auditorium
Washington, DC
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
LINK TO PODCAST


PASSAGE 6: "Theories and Experience, The Source of Force, Collaboration, Alliances, Anotherworldly Intersection, Chance and Determinacy, The Right Amount, What Is Needed, Memorability, Context or Features?, Loyalty, Benediction" (referencing Mind Models, Takahashi and Xenakis, Takemitsu, Cage, Tiensuu, and Kandinsky)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
(Clarinet, Real-time algorithmic transformation), Bill Kalinkos, Jaime Oliver
Technical Support, Jaime Oliver
13 July 2011
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 5: "Theories and Experience, Alliances, Responsibility, What Is Needed, Intention, Loyalty, Memorability, The Sublime, Anotherworldly Intersection, Seasons" (referencing Form and Method, Takahashi and Xenakis, Takemitsu, Carter, and Barnett Newman)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
11 May 2011
Schoenberg Hall, University of California, Los Angeles
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 4: "Alliances, Understanding the Context, Benediction, Sharing, Collaboration, Loyalty, Memorability, Mission" (referencing Takahashi and Xenakis, Cage, Takemitsu, Ashley, Mumma, Scavarda, Daugherty, and George Washington)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
3 November 2010
ONCE. MORE. Festival
Rackham Lecture Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 3: "Going First Class, Perilous Consideration, Subconscious Craft, Anotherworldly Intersection, Unnatural Experience, The Source of Force, Memorability, Differences" (referencing Feldman, Varèse, Gerhard, Takemitsu, Xenakis, Carter, and Copland)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
With Irvine Arditti and Lukas Fels
Jaime Oliver, Technical Support
3 June 2010
June in Buffalo, 35th Anniversary
Baird Concert Hall, University at Buffalo - SUNY
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 2: "Benediction, Sharing, Legacy, Public Exposure, Seasons, The Sublime" (referencing Xenakis, Cage, Schick, Poetry, and Barnett Newman)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II) (solo marimba), Brian Archinal
Jaime Oliver, Technical Support
20 May 2010
Calit2 Black Box Theater, Atkinson Hall
University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


PASSAGE 1: "Responsibility, Alliances, Collaboration, Realization, Resource, Mastery, Reward, Futures, Chance, Serendipity, Loyalty" (referencing Takahashi and Xenakis, Carter, Arditti, Weisberg, and Takemitsu)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Mike Gao, Technical support
1 December 2009
204 inFocus Seminar, Experimental Theater
Conrad Prebys Music Center, UCSD, La Jolla, California
For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY


Personae
Solo Violin, Chamber Ensemble,
Stereophonic or Quadraphonic computer processed sound
31 March 2012
"Jour, Contre-jour"
Gabriela Díaz, Violin
Fromm Players at Harvard, Gil Rose, Conductor
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge


PING
27 May 2011
Roger Reynolds, Piano, Rachel Beetz, Flute
Ross Karre, Percussion and Video, Paul Hembree, Live Electronics
Dustin Donahue, Projections
Conrad Prebys Music Center, University of California, San Diego


A Portrait of Vanzetti
Narrator, Chamber Ensemble, Stereophonic electroacoustic sound
Text edited by the composer from the letters of Bartolomeo Vanzetti
2 November 2010
ONCE. MORE. Festival
George Shirley, Narrator, Christopher James Lees, Conductor
ONCE. MORE. Festival Ensemble
Rackham Auditorium
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Positings
Flute/Piccolo, French horn, Violin, Cello, Piano, and
Real-time sound spatialization
First performance: 2 March 2013
Southwest Chamber Music
Jeff von der Schmidt, Artistic Director
Larry Kaplan, Flute/Piccolo, Andrew Pelletier, French horn,
Lorenz Gamma, Violin, Peter Jacobson, Cello
Ming Tsu, Piano, Paul Hembree, Computer
Zipper Concert Hall, The Colburn School, Los Angeles


Process and Passion
Violin, Cello, Computer processed sound, Optional real-time computer spatialization
2 February 2006
Mark Menzies, Violin, Hugh Livingston, Cello
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress
Washington, DC

8 August 2005
From the Borromeo String Quartet:
Nicholas Kitchen, Violin, Yeesun Kim, Cello
Cape Cod Chamber Festival
Cotuit, MA

4 May 2005
Mark Menzies, Violin, Hugh Livingston, Cello
Pacific Rim Music Festival – 2005
Music Center Recital Hall, UC Santa Cruz

16 March 2005
Mark Menzies, Violin, Hugh Livingston, Cello
Peter Otto, Pei Xiang, Real-time sound processing and sound projection
Ensemble Inauthentica
REDCAT, CalArts Downtown, Los Angeles

14 September 2003
Abbatiale de Montivilliers
Musique de Chambre en Normandie
France

American first performance: 28 January 2003
Eugenia Choi, Violin, Clarice Jensen, Cello,
Peter Otto, Technical Support
Focus! Festival, Juilliard, New York

First performance: 15 November 2002
Nicolas Miribel, Violin, Alexis Descharmes, Cello,
Frédéric Voisin, Technical Support
Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France


The Red Act Arias Suite
Multichannel computer sound
2 February 2006
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress
Washington, DC

Daily performances: 18 January 28 February 2003
PULSE FIELD: An International Sound Art Exhibition
Robert S. Thompson, Director
Georgia State University, Atlanta

21 February 2003
ELECTROKINESIS, University of Florida, Gainesville

8 May 2001
Warren Lecture Halls Studio A,
University of California, San Diego

26 April 2001
MIT, Cambridge

First performance: 4 August 1997
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers, Harriet Walter, Narrator,
Leonard Slatkin, Conductor
Royal Albert Hall, London


SANCTUARY
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound,
Lighting design
First performance of Part 2: Oracle: 4 June 2004
red fish blue fish: Gustavo Aguilar, Rob Esler, Don Nichols, Mathias Reumert, Percussion,
Pei Xiang, David Camargo, Joseph Sarlo, Computer processing,
Chris Parry, Lighting design
Warren Lecture Halls, Studio A
UCSD, La Jolla


SANCTUARY I: Chatter/Clatter
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, Lighting design
[Chatter/Clatter involves only solo percussion and algorithmic computer sound]
13 March 2013
Steven Schick, Percussion
Paul Hembree, Real-time computer processing
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
La Jolla, California

15 October 2008
Steven Schick, Percussionist
Joseph Malloch, Real-time computer processing
Shulich Hall, McGill University
Montréal, Canada


SANCTUARY I and II
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, Lighting design
Including first performance [Part I: Chatter/Clatter]: 7 June 2007
Steven Schick and red fish blue fish, Percussionists
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo - SUNY


SANCTUARY (Part II: Oracle)
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, Lighting design
17 April 2006
redfishbluefish
Gustavo Aguilar, Rob Esler, Don Nichols, Greg Stuart, Percussion,
Grace Leslie, Real-time computer processing
Mandeville Center for the Arts
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California

4 April 2006
red fish blue fish
John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium in conjunction with
The Society of Composers, Inc., Region VII Conference
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

9 November 2004
red fish blue fish: Gustavo Aguilar, Rob Esler, Don Nichols, Mathias Reumert, Percussion,
Pei Xiang, David Camargo, Computer processing
Percussive Arts
Nashville, Kentucky


SANCTUARY I, II, III
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, Lighting design
First Performance (new real-time version): 11 October 2008
Steven Schick, Percussion, red fish blue fish ensemble
Ian Saxton, Real-time computer processing
Courtyard of the SALK INSTITUTE, La Jolla

First performance of full work, including first performance of Part III: Song
16 [pre-première] and 18 November 2007
Steven Schick and red fish blue fish, Percussionists
Ian Saxton, Real-time computer processing
Presented by the Contemporary Music Forum, Steve Antosca, Artistic Director
at I.M. Pei's National Gallery of Art [East Wing Atrium], Washington, DC
A special program associated with the exhibition Let the World In:
Prints by Robert Rauschenberg from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections
at the National Gallery of Art, and made possible by Lockheed Martin Corporation.


Seasons: Cycle 1 a: Of Life and Spring
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
7 March 2010
Lisa Cella, Flute, Alexis Descharmes, Cello, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC

8, 9 May 2009
John Fonville, Flute, G. A., Cello, Steven Schick, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla

First performance : 7 May 2009
John Fonville, Flute, G. A., Cello, Steven Schick, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla


Seasons: Cycle 1 b: Understand: Nothing WORLD PREMIERE
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance: 7 March 2010
Lina Bahn, Violin, Bill Kalinkos, Bass Clarinet, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC


Seasons: Cycle 1 c: With Awe and Tenderness WORLD PREMIERE
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance: 7 March 2010
Lina Bahn, Violin, Bill Kalinkos, Bass Clarinet, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC


Seasons: Cycle I d: A Mind of Winter
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
7 March 2010
Lisa Cella, Flute, Alexis Descharmes, Cello, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC

15 July 2011
MIZZOU New Music Ensemble, Jaime Oliver, Computer
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri

First performance: 29 March 2009
New Music Concerts Ensemble
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
"Roger Reynolds and His Protégés"
Isabel Bader Theatre, Toronto, Canada


SEASONS: Cycle II (revised)
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf, Vl
6 December 2012
Susan Naruki, Soprano
Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge

First performance: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano
Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri


Shadowed Narrative
Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Cello
30 March 2012
ANTARES
Lippes Concert Hall
University at Buffalo - SUNY


Submerged Memories
FIRST PERFORMANCE WITH ALL COMPONENTS
Narrator, B-cl, Vln, Elect Gtr, Perc,
Electroacoustic processing, Visual projections
Text: from W.G. Sebald's Vertigo and The Rings of Saturn as translated from the German by Michael Hulse
Visual projections: Leonardo de Vinci's The Annuciation and Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci and Rembrandt's The Anatomy Lesson
First performance with all components: 20 April 2013
Philip Larson, Narrator, Leah Asher, Violin, Curt Miller, Bass Clarinet, Pablo Gómez Cano,
Electric Guitar, Dustin Donahue, Percussion, Image and sonic montages, Paul Hembree
Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts & Sciences
Calit2 Theater, Atkinson Hall
La Jolla, California

11 December 2012
[nec]shivaree (New England Conservatory's avant-garde ensemble; Director: Steven Drury)
Brian Church, Narrator, Robert Anemone, Violin, Maarten Stragier, Electric Guitar,
John Diodati, Bass Clarinet, Peter Dodds, Percussion
New England Conservatory, Williams Hall
Boston, Massachusetts

First performances with musical components: 31 March 2006 and 1 April 2006
The Paul Dresher Ensemble Electro-Acoustic Band with Tenor John Duykers
Project Artaud Theater, San Francisco


Summer Island (Islands from Archipelago: I)
Solo Oboe, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
16 March 2002
Eydis Franzdottir, Oboe
Reykjavik, Iceland

13 August 1999
Jacqueline Leclair, Oboe
IDRS Conference, Madison, Wisconsin

3 December 1997
Cygnus "Plugged," Cygnus Ensemble, Jacqueline Leclair, Oboe,
St. Ignatius Episcopal Church, New York City

18 November 1997
Sonic Boom Festival, Ensemble 21, Jacqueline Leclair, Oboe
Kathryn Bache Miller Theatre, New York


Symphony[Vertigo]
Orchestra, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
15, 16 March 2003
La Jolla Symphony Orchestra, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla


Thoughts, Places, Dreams French Premiere
Solo Cello, Chamber Orchestra
Commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture
Alexis Descharmes, Solo Cello
15 November 2013
Ensemble Court-circuit
Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris
Paris, France
Please visit the Alexis Descharmes YouTube Channel for this recording

First performance: 13 October 2013
Ensemble Court-circuit
Teatro Piccolo Arsenale
Venice Biennale
Biennale Musica
57th Annual Festival of Contemporary Music: Another Space, Another Voice



Toward Another World
Solo Clarinet, Real-time algorithmic transformation
Preliminary version first performance: 12 July 2011
Bill Kalinkos, Solo Clarinet, Jaime Oliver, Real-time algorithmic transformation
featured in Reynolds's intermedia performance of PASSAGE 6
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri,
Columbia, Missouri


Traces
Piano, Flute, Cello, 6-channel electroacoustic sound, Live electronic processing
7 June 2008
Jean-Marie Cottet, Piano, Ensemble Court-circuit
Integra Festival
Birmingham, England


Transfigured Wind I
Solo Flute
27 May 2008
Reiko Manabe, Flute
Unerhörte Musik presents Reiko Manabe flute solo recital
BKA Theater, Berlin

4 July 2007
Reiko Manabe, Flute
Lecture-concert on contemporary flute technique
Toho Gakuen School of Music, Tokyo

4 April 2007
Reiko Manabe, Flute
Reiko Manabe Flute Recital
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla

4 May 2005
Lisa Cella, Flute
NOISE, Pacific Rim Music Festival – 2005
Music Center Recital Hall, UC Santa Cruz

19 May 2003 PREMIERE
Reiko Manabe, Flute
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla


Transfigured Wind III
Solo Flute, Chamber Orchestra, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
14 June 2000
June in Buffalo Ensemble, Rachel Rudich, Flute, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
June in Buffalo, New York


Transfigured Wind IV
Solo Flute, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
12 November 2006
Carole Bean, Flute
Contemporary Music Forum
Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington, DC

22 February 2006
Abravanel Visiting Distinguished Composer Series
Carlton Vickers, Flute
University of Utah, Salt Lake City

17 November 2005
Harvey Sollberger, Flute
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

3 November 2005
Harvey Sollberger, Flute
Sonor Concert, Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla

14 August 2005
Harvey Sollberger, Flute
National Flute Association
San Diego

31 January 2002
John McMurtery, Flute
Focus! 2002
The Juilliard School, New York

5 February 2000
Rachel Rudich, Flute
Pomona College, Pomona, California

5 May 1998
Artur Elias Carneiro, Solo Flute
Salão de Atos de Reitoria da UFRGS
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Porto Alegre, Brazil

4 May 1998
Artur Elias Carneiro, Solo Flute
Salão de Atos de Reitoria da UFRGS
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Porto Alegre, Brazil

7 November 1997
Conservatory of Music, University of the Pacific


Two Voices – an allegory
Orchestra, Stereophonic computer processed sound
First performances: 17, 18, 21 October 1997
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Luis Biava, Conductor
The Academy of Music, Philadelphia


Watershed I
15 September 2011
Ryan Nestor, Percussion
Brooklyn Art Library
Brooklyn, New York

16 April 2011
Ryan Nestor, Percussion
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
La Jolla, California


Watershed I
Solo Percussion
4 April 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
John Donald Robb Compersers' Symposium in conjunction with
The Society of Composers, Inc., Region VII Conference
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

7 March 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
Northwestern University, Evanston

2 March 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb

12 February 2006
Steve Schick, Percussion
Stanford University, Palo Alto

22 April 2003
Ivan Manzanilla, Percussion
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla

13 April 2005
Mathias Reumert, Percussion
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla

28 February 2001
Steven Schick, Percussion
Mandeville Center for the Arts, UCSD, La Jolla

1 December 1999
Three Evenings of Percussion, Steven Schick, Percussion
LACMA, Los Angeles

7 September 1999
Steven Schick, Percussion
La Bâtie-Festival de Genève
Forum Meyrin, Genève

New York first performance: 2 November 1998
Three Nights of Percussion, Steven Schick, Percussion
Christ and St. Stephen's Church, New York, New York

4 October 1998
Ultima Festival, Steven Schick, Percussion
Oslo, Norway

29 September 1998
Stockhom International Percussion Event, Steven Schick, Percussion
Stockholm, Sweden

9 May 1998
Ensenada ProMusica, Steven Schick, Percussion
Ensenada, Mexico

23 August 1997
Good Music This Summer, Steven Schick, Percussion
Spruce Street Forum, San Diego


Watershed III
Solo Percussion, Chamber Ensemble,
Optional real-time computer spatialization
28 September 1997
Ensemble SurPlus, TRAnSiT, Steven Schick, Percussion, James Avery, Conductor
International Computer Music Conference
Thessaloniki, Greece


Watershed IV
Solo Percussion, Real-time computer sound spatialization
10 November 2002
Geert Verschraegen, Percussion, Michael Clarke, Technical Support
"Het Begijnhof", Hasselt, Belgium

23 April 2001
Geert Verschraegen, Percussion, Michael Clarke, Spatialization
Lemmens Institute, Leuven, Belgium

17 April 2001
Geert Verschraegen, Percussion, M. Clarke, Spatialization
Antwerp, Belgium

21, 22 May 1999
Steven Schick, Percussion, Peter Otto, Spatialization
AT THE EDGE, an evening at the 2nd Theatre Olympics, Shizuoka, Japan

23 February 1999
Steven Schick, Percussion
FOCUS Seminar, Warren Studios, UCSD, La Jolla


Whispers Out of Time
String Orchestra
8 February 1999
Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Edwin London, Conductor
Drinko Recital Hall, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio


Will you answer if I call?
Solo Harpsichord, Fl, Cl, B-Cl, Bsn, Hn, Vln I, Vln II, Vla, Vc, DB
Premiere performance: 13 January 1998
Avanti! Chamber Orchestra, Jukka Tiensuu, Harpsichord, John Storgårds, Conductor
60th Birthday Celebration for Paavo Heininen, Järvenpää, Finland


The Vanity of Words [Voicespace V]
Electroacoustic vocal work
Stereophonic computer processed sound
Daily performances: 18 January 28 February 2003
PULSE FIELD: An International Sound Art Exhibition
Robert S. Thompson, Director
Georgia State University, Atlanta


Variation
Solo Piano
4 February 2007
Eric Huebner, Piano
oh ton oh ton TRIPLE-KONZERT in cooperation with Raio Bremen/Nordwestradio
Oldenburg

22 February 2006
Eric Huebner, Piano
Abravanel Visiting Distinguished Composer Series
University of Utah, Salt Lake City

8 August 2003
Joo-Hee Lee, Piano
University of North Texas, Denton


Versions/Stages I-IV
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
Daily performances: 18 January-28 February 2003
PULSE FIELD: An International Sound Art Exhibition
Robert S. Thompson, Director
Georgia State University, Atlanta

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, IV. Ocean
21 February 2003
ELECTROKINESIS, University of Florida, Gainesville

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, III. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides's The Bacchae), IV. Ocean
6 and 7 June 2001
2001 Agora Festival, Paris

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, III. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides's The Bacchae), IV. Ocean
11 September 1998 International Summer Course, Radziejowicach, Poland

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, III. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides's The Bacchae), IV. Ocean
4 May 1998
Salão de Atos de Reitoria da UFRGS
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Porto Alegre, Brazil

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, III. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides's The Bacchae), IV. Ocean
7 March 1998
Festival of New Music: "The Music of Ross Lee Finney & His Students"
University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music

I. Cello Dream, II. Waterfall, III. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides's The Bacchae), IV. Ocean
7 July 1997
Laboratorio de Electroacustica del Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Valencia, Spain


22 (2004-2005) 30'
5.1 Computer processed and spatialized sound, recordings:
Anthony Burr (bass clarinet) and Steven Schick (percussion),
Real-time processing for coordination with motion capture system,
digital graphics, and dancer Bill T. Jones
First Performance: 9 April 2005
Arizona State University, ISA/AME motione Project
Bill T. Jones, Dancer/Choreographer, Paul Kaiser, Shelly Eshkar,
Marc Downie, Digital imagery, Pei Xiang, Musical assistant
Commissioned by Arizona State University