I’ll be the guest tonight on Coda, the bi-weekly contemporary classical music program hosted by Matt Testa on Takoma Park’s WOWD-LP. The program runs from 6:00-8:00; I’m scheduled to come on at 7:00. If you’re in the area, tune in to 94.3 FM or, tune in over the web at takomaradio.org.
Many thanks to So What? for a kind, substantive review of Non-places. Thanks, too, to Bruno Pollacci and the Anima Jazz radio show for playing The Turnpike Suite: Second Movement (Katabasis).
Many thanks to Op Duvel for a nice, substantive review of Non-places.
Non-places is officially released by Acustronica today. And many thanks to Fabio Alcini and Traks for yesterday’s nice review.
A recording of Communicating Vessels’ debut performance is now up on Rhizome DC’s archive.org site, for streaming and downloading (with thanks to Phong Tran).
Photograph of Communicating Vessels by Chris Videll.
In Arteidolia, a new piece that takes another look at the mature sculptures of Alberto Giacometti.
My friend Sam Byrd has some kind comments on Non-Places on his blog, World of Abstract Dreams. I’m a regular reader–Sam’s tastes are as eclectic as they are discerning, and his remarks on what he’s listening to and reading are always on point. (Plus, I often plunder his playlists for suggestions on what to listen to myself.) Sam’s own music, often done in collaboration with Rodger Coleman, quite naturally reflects some of that broadmindedness too.
Sam also mentions my Fifteen Miniatures for Prepared Double Bass, a new release of solo prepared double bass performances available on Free Music Archive. About which more later…