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The Southern Theater’s Electric Eyes: New Music and Media Festival commissioned Sub/veillance, for soprano, trombone, and live video. Zanana and Katherine Liberovskaya presented the premiere June 6 & 7, 2008 in Minneapolis, MN. The Electric Eyes: New Music and Media Festival “encourages collaboration across artistic genres, featuring edgy performances that blur the boundaries between live music and electronic media.”
The Deep Listening Institute commissioned Here Right Now, a chamber work incorporating remote feeds to/from New York and California for the Telematic Circle. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s (Troy, NY) Tintinnabulate along with Stanford’s (Palo Alto, CA) SoundWire and the University of California, San Diego’s (San Diego, CA) VistaMuse premiered the work on April 27, 2008 live in all three home locations which was also broadcast live on Free103point9 internet radio.
The Downtown Ensemble’s Flexible Orchestra commissioned Subtle Winds for eight trombones and clarinet, premiered October 12, 2007 at St. Peter’s Church in New York, NY and repeated upstate October 14, 2007 in Hudson, NY.
Mouthpieces (2007) – 4’30” for two sopranos and trombone, premiered at the Deep Listening Convergence, Troy, Hudson, and Kingston, NY June 8-10, 2007.
Fluctuations with Ellen Fullman (2007) for trombone and long string instrument. CD released by Deep Listening Institute, funded in part by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music Recording Program.
On the outside, looking in… (2007) – 60″ for the 2007 60×60 Project. Performed June 26, 2007 60×60 Radio Request Extravaganza, Afternoon New Music, WKCR, New York, NY.NYZ (2007) with Kristin Nordeval – 12′ – for soprano, trombone, and live processing. Premiered at the NIME Festival, New York, NY June 7, 2007, performed at The Stone, New York, NY June 12, 2007.
Title XVI (2006) for soprano, trombone, and live processing
Why Not? (2006) – 60″ for trombone, selected by 2006 60×60 Project (New York Minutes). Programmed August 3, 2007, Adelphi University Long Island, New York; January 18, 2007, William Paterson University Wayne, NJ; and November 11, 2006 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY.
Elegy (2006) for trombone and live processing
The Dragon Sings (2005) for trombone and live processing
For David (2004) for trombone and piano
Resurfacings (2003) for conch, percussion, and live processing
Black Hole (2003) for trombone, live processing, and dance video by Eleanor Savage of
Morgan Thorson and Company
What a Pretty Dog (2003) with Kristin Norderval for spoken word, soprano, trombone, and
Title X (2003) with Kristin Norderval for spoken word, soprano, trombone, and live processing
Flags (2003) with Kristin Norderval for soprano, trombone, and live processing
Ghost Dog (2002) with Kristin Norderval for soprano, trombone, and live processing
doorjam (2002) with Kristin Norderval for soprano, trombone, and live processing
Gasholder Duet (2002) with Kristin Norderval for soprano and trombone
“on the earth now, walking…” (2001) for spoken word, trombone, and live processing (one player)
Shell Songs (2000) for mezzo-soprano/percussion and trombone/conch
Liquid Love (2000) for didjeridu and mixed chorus
Voice of the Crane (2000) for trombone
The Color Trombone (1999) for trombone
Winter Wind (Under a Blue Moon) (1999) for trombone and audience
Turquoise Eyes (1999) for didjerdidu and audience
None Are Silent (1999) for trombone
Blue Snake Dreaming (1998) for didjeridu
Walk in Beauty (1997) for trombone Dance
Who’s Whose Who? (2007). Heloise Gold, choreographer. 12′. Trombone. Premiered at the
Deep Listening Convergence, Troy, Hudson, and Kingston, NY June 8-10, 2007.
DreamBirds (2004). Heloise Gold, choreographer. 23′. Trombone and live processing. Premiered
February 28 and March 3, 2004 in Troy, NY and Kingston, NY.
Big Room (2003) with Pauline Oliveros. 65′. Morgan Thorson, choreographer. Scored for trombone, conch, didjeridu and live processing. Premiered at the Southern Theatre in Minneapolis, MN by
Morgan Thorson and Company, October 16-19, 2003.
The God in the Machine (2005) by Kathleen Harty (with Kristin Norderval as Zanana)
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