June 10th, The Hague: Studio Loos with Hydra Ensemble. Music of Webern, Crumb, and a première or two…
July 10th, Cluny, France: Festival d’aujourdhui à demain – music of Anton Webern, Jean-Charles François, George Crumb, and our friend John Cage
on tour whenever it’s possible again: “The Speed of Silence” with Ned McGowan. Amsterdam, The Hague, Amsterdam, Schagen…
POSTPONED Manhattan: date TBA: Tears at Happy Hour – cabaret and art songs of William Bolcom, with soprano Rayanne Dupuis. Baruch College Performing Arts Center, Rosalyn and Irwin Engelman Recital Hall, New York City.
POSTPONED (ONLINE) New Haven: date TBA: Discussion on Silence at Hopper College, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
AIRED APRIL 19 New Radio Documentary: The Silence in Between, a radio feature on RTé Lyric fm (Irish Classical Radio)
Meanwhile, during lockdown, I’m thinking a lot about new experiences of silence. Here’s a video discussing why silence is so relevant, and tying in with a documentary I made in February…called “The Silence in Between” :