LECTURE PRESENTATIONS

LECTURE PRESENTATIONS ON COMPOSITIONS

 

October 29th, 2004: “The Mad Ventures of Marginman” (from “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, No. 16). Excerpts of “Pornomusik” (Op. 48). Discussion of graphic notation systems from “Pornomusik” and chamber novel “Venge Art.”  California College of Art, Oakland, CA.

 

July 3rd, 2004: “Septet” (Op. 43). Ernest Bloch Festival Composers Symposium, Newport, Oregon.

 

June 28th 2004: “No Infair” (Op. 74) narrated by Gary Noland;  “Bead-Eyed Bellygods” (Op. 72, No. 13). Ernest Bloch Festival Composers Symposium, Newport, Oregon.

           

July, 2002: “Septet” (“Frankenmusik”) for clarinet, alto saxophone, French horn, two violins, double bass, and piano (Op. 43).  Ernest Bloch Festival Composers Symposium, Newport, Oregon.

 

July 13th, 1995: “String Quartet No. 2” in ten movements (Op. 32). University of Oregon Piano Camp, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

July, 1994:  “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15) and other works. Ernest Bloch Festival Composers Symposium, Newport, Oregon.

 

June, 1994: “String Quartet No. 1” in four movements (Op. 12). Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

 

May, 1993: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). Computer-driven Yamaha Disklavier, Practicing Postmodernisms Conference, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

 

1990: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15) and other works. San Francisco Conservatory of Music Prep School Division.

 

Summer, 1990: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15) and other works. Young Musicians Program, U.C. Berkeley.