9 bells (1979), Tom Johnson. Warsaw Poland. More details coming.
Blaha Lujza Tér, by Johan Jutterström at Venice Biennale, Italy.
No Say No Way (Francois Sarhan) at Venice Biennale.
Lots of Lars Skoglund Music! More Info coming.
Mid-way presentation of my research at the Norwegian Academy of Music/Norwegian Artistic Research Programme
Oslo Sinfonietta @ Ultima Festival. Details coming.
an exclusive multi-venue event in secret locations around oslo. more details coming.
A visit to UW including a masterclass and a duo collaboration with Bonnie Whiting, featuring new work by Bethany Younge, Paula Matthusen, and Afroditi Psarra.
I will join Trondheim Sinfonietta as a curator and soloist. Details coming.
Music by Trond Reinholdtsen (wp), Tine Surel (wp), Øyvind Torvund
The King of Denmark, Feldman
Interieur I, Lachenmann
Flourish for vibraphone duo, by Sarah Hennies; with Bill Solomon.
what noises remain, by Peter Swendsen and myself at Stormen, Bodø, Norway
Peter Swendsen & Jennifer Torrence present What Noises Remain for composition students at the Norwegian Academy of Music.
Presentation of research on Iannis Xenakis' Psappha: 'Reconsidering the feminine in Psappha'
Attending PASIC as a committee member of New Music/Research
a solo show at Quiet Cue, Berlin. Details to come.
Peter Swendsen and I present our work, what noises remain at Trinity College Composition Series, Dublin, Ireland.
As part of Klangbotten 2016. A site-specific work for solo percussionist at Skövde Konstmuseet, Sweden. Composed by Johan Jutterström.
Blaha Lujza Tér, a site-specific work for solo percussionist by Johan Jutterström at KHIMAIRA, Stockholm, Sweden.
Research Presentation at Stockholms Konstnärliga Högskola along with Johan Jutterström, Silje Marie Aker Johnsen, and Janne-Camilla Lyster.
Solo and chamber music by Leah Asher; performed by Leah Asher & friends.
Music of Matt Sargent, Bill Solomon, and Bard College students at WAAM, Woodstock, NY.
For percussion students at the Oberlin Conservatory.
Peter Swendsen, Nick Jones, Wendy Hyman, and I discuss staging Shakespeare in light of our new work for percussion, electronics and video, what noises remain.
Singing Ghost (2008), Matt Sargent
Blaha Lujza Tér A (2016), Johan Jutterström
Love Letter (2011/2014), Liza Lim/Jennifer Torrence
Blaha Lujza Tér B (2016), Johan Jutterström
Homework (2008-2011), François Sarhan
Part of Klangbotten 2016. World Premiere of Blaha Lujza Tér, by Johan Jutterström, a site-specific work for solo percussionist.
Not Quite: www.notquite.se
Part of Klangbotten 2016. A site-specific work for solo percussionist by Johan Jutterström.
Röda Sten Konsthall: www.rodastenkonsthall.se
Bodø Sinfonietta performs David Sawer, Phillip Caspian, Judith Weir, Jullian Anderson, under the direction of Tim Weiss.
A solo set at the Pyramid Club, Wellington New Zealand. Music of Dan Beban and Johan Jutterström.
Carolyn Chen and I premiere a new work created in June at Eyedrum, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
In residency with Carolyn Chen to make a new work for two bodies.
No Say No Way, a show by Francois Sarhan, at Soundacts, Athens, Greece.