OX Percussion Premieres Bundle
A Community in Collaboration
With the support of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman School of Music, I commissioned four composers whom I befriended at Eastman to write pieces for solo percussion. These new pieces were workshopped extensively in a collaborative process that included many edits and revisions to ensure that each composer's musical vision could be conveyed in an idiomatic manner. I'm really excited to share these new works with the percussion community and I hope that each work is adopted by many more performers.
To purchase this bundle of four solo works for $30, click the Buy Now button to check out via PayPal. You will receive PDF scores of each work via email within 24 hours. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
Drumming: an algorithmic approach
This project uses an algorithmic approach to explore the concept of resultant patterns, as used by Steve Reich in his composition, Drumming (1971). I created an interactive website that allows you to see and hear different patterns that are generated based on musical parameters that you can adjust. Special thanks to NEXUS & Sō Percussion for hosting this project on their Drumming at 50 website, and to Alex Kessaris for developing the user interface.