November 9, 2019 Concert featuring electroacoustic works presented by Theater am Gleis at the Villa Sträuli in Winterthur, Switzerland. More info soon.
October 1, 2019 Portrait Concert presented by Theater am Gleis at the Villa Sträuli in Winterthur, Switzerland. More info soon.
August 2019 New sound installation for Flood Plain Gallery in St. Louis, MO.
May 18, 2019 valse triste redux performed in a special concert for the 70th birthday of Gerhard Stäbler in Art Museum Gallery 523, Busan, South Korea.
May 2-3, 2019 Music for Diptych, a new choreographic work by Sıvgın Dalkılıç in Barcelona, Spain.
March 19, 2019 Ansambel U performs böcekçe (insect polyphony) in Tallinn, Estonia. More info here.
February 22, 2019 I am performing a short set, previewing excerpts from my upcoming sound installation, PANORAMA at Elastic Arts in Chicago.
January 27, 2019 premiere of a new version of bosluk ve telafi (void and compensation) for clarinet and tape, at the EarPort series in Duisburg, Germany.
January 18, 2019 Andrew Nogal performs karalama for solo oboe in Baltimore at the Peabody Conservatory.
December 2, 2018 Jennifer Curtis and Cory Smythe perform valse triste redux for amplified violin and piano in OpenICE at Constellation Chicago.
November 18, 2018 Heather Roche and Eva Zöllner premiere urban scene (with instruments) for bass clarinet, accordion, and electronics at the Bludenzer Tage zeitgemäßer Musik.
November 2, 2018 Ensemble Dal Niente performs perde (curtain) for bass flute and harp at UC Davis.
June 27-30, 2018 Ensemble Mise-en performs valse triste redux for amplified violin and piano in Mise-en Music Festival. More info here.
June 7, 2018 Emma Hospelhorn and Ben Melsky perform perde (curtain) for bass flute and harp at Northwestern University in Ben Melsky’s final DMA recital. The next day, they are recording the piece at the Experimental Sound Studio for Ben Melsky’s upcoming album release. More info soon!
May 4, 2018 Ensemble Dal Niente premiers saha araştırması (fieldwork) for ensemble, objects, and electronics, Contempo: Tomorrow’s Music Today.
March 24, 2018 motoContrario will perform valse triste redux for amplified violin and piano in Festival Contrasti in Trento, Italy.
March 14, 2018 Versipel New Music Collective performs landscape with inscription at Tulane University.
07.01.17 Ensemble Intercontemporain premiers manual for assembling a performance for bassoon, horn, and trombone, ManiFeste Academy, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France.
06.17.17 Oerknal! premiers valse triste redux, Delian Academy for New Music, Grypario Cultural Center, Mykonos, Greece.
05.13.17 Computer at Night opens in Istanbul, Sharjah Biennial Istanbul Offsite 2017.
05.12.17 the [Switch~ Ensemble] premiers landscape with inscription, Switch On!, MANA Contemporary, Chicago, IL, USA.
02.05.17 Emma Hospelhorn and Ben Melsky performs perde (curtain), University of Chicago New Music Ensemble Concert, Fulton Recital Hall, Chicago, IL, USA.
01.26.17 Andrew Nogal performs karalama (scribble), [waverly–project~], New York University GSAS, New York, NY, USA.
11.24.16 Le Nouvel Ensemble Modern premiers yakın plan (close-up) at Forum des Jeunes Compositeurs, Université de Montréal Claude Champagne Hall, Montréal, QC, Canada.
11.13.16 Emma Hospelhorn and Ben Melsky performs perde (curtain) in Cafe Mustache, Chicago, IL, USA.
10.25.16 Emma Hospelhorn and Ben Melsky premiers perde (curtain) at Center for New Music, San Fransisco, CA, USA.
05.20.16 eighth blackbird premiers böcekçe (insect polyphony) in Contempo: Tomorrow’s Music Today II, Logan Center Performance Hall, Chicago, IL, USA.
09.20.15 Stas Venglevski performs s [st s] tt tr in Music from Almost Yesterday, University of Milwaukee Recital Hall, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
08.13.15 excerpts from [απο ορίζειν] twenty fragments in search for a horizon premiered by performers from the Klasik Keyifler Festival, cond. Orhun Orhon, Kapadokya, Turkey.
05.10.15 Stas Venglevski premiers s [st s] tt tr in Project Incubator Final Concert, Constellation, Chicago, IL, USA.
05.16.15 Omaha Symphony Orchestra premiers [pskh] at KANEKO, Omaha, NE, USA.