Fordlandia at Fort Worth Opera Frontiers
Fordlandia, a family drama about the tragic struggle between Henry Ford and his son, Edsel, over the leadership and future of Ford Motor Company and their wives who save it from ruin, was selected for the Fort Worth Opera Frontiers Showcase. May 2 & 3, 2018. Frontiers 2018 press release.
Quiet Rhythms in Tokyo
Composer/pianist Francesco Di Fiore & video artist Valeria Di Matteo perform s selection of music in a program called Visual Piano at the Italian Cultural Institute in Tokyo, Japan including Quiet Rhythms no. 1 & 9 along with music by Sakamoto, Couperin, Scarlatti, and Di Fiore. April 17, 2018, 18:30-20:00.
San Jose Chamber Orchestra Commission
A new work for string orchestra that draws on California's diverse and beautiful natural landscape with dazzling computer-generated art images by mathematician and artist Frank Farris. The orchestra performs with these fantastical symmetric creations projected overhead in a fusion of music and vibrant animated mathematical imagery. Learn more about the work of Frank Farris. Premiere Date: March 25, 2018 with the San Jose Chamber Orchestra, Barbara Day Turner, cond.
HASKALAH on tour
Organized Rhythm took Haskalah on the road from October 22, 2017 to Novemeber 3, 2017. This recently commissioned piece for marimba and organ was written for Joseph Gramley, multi-percussion and Clive Driskill-Smith, organ. The tour began in Rye, NY with stops in Louisville, Nashville, Highlands Ranch (CO), Ann Arbor, and Detroit.
Native New Yorker and Amores Montuņos in Santa Fe
Met Orchestra Musicians Patricia Zuber, flute and Greg Zuber, principal percussion perform live-to-picture the award-winning Native New Yorker (Best Documentary Short Tribeca Film Festival) considered one of the best avant-garde films since 2000 and screened at the National Gallery in Wash., D.C. Also on the program is Amores Montuņos for flute and marimba composed for Pat and Greg. August 19, 2017, San Miguel Chapel, Santa Fe, NM, 4PM

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