So thrilled to share this profile done by Seth Colter Walls of the New York Times. He really gets my work and it’s reviewed in a very in-depth fashion. And if that ain’t enough good news for one day, Timo Andres has done an amazing new video and performance of Hoyt–Schermerhorn. Check it out!

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Dear Friends, A quick note to say my new album, The Arching Path, is now available everywhere from In a Circle Records. Featuring close collaborators Timo Andres, Lindsay Kesselman, Ian Rosenbaum, and Mingzhe Wang, and produced by Mike Tierney, it’s an electro-acoustic, piano-driven record that features some of my favorite recent chamber pieces. You can buy or stream the record from your favorite outlet here, or…

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Dear Friends, Hope you’re doing well! My new concerto for brass and orchestra, A Body, Moving, will premiere tonight, digitally, via the Cincinnati Symphony website. The piece was performed live a few weeks ago for a small, appreciative audience and featured the amazing talents of trumpeter Robert Sullivan, tubist Chris Olka, and conductor Louis Langrée. It will…

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Dear Friends, I’m thrilled to announce two big projects.  First, my new album, The Arching Path, is available for pre-order. It will be released on May 21, 2021 by In a Circle Records, and you can preview and pre-order it now via Bandcamp. It features my ongoing collaborators Timo Andres, Ian Rosenbaum, Lindsay Kesselman, and Mingzhe Wang; it has art by Timo,…

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Dear Friends, Hope your year is off to a good start, considering the continued insanity surrounding us. As Brecht wrote: “In the dark times / Will there also be singing? / Yes, there will also be singing / About the dark times.” It is in that spirit that I bring tidings of my life: First, this coming January…

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