Dissertation Drop

I’d like to announce that my doctoral dissertation has officially been approved and released on Digital Commons through LSU. You can search, find, and download it through Digital Commons, or you can find it using this link: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/gradschool_dissertations/6025/

You can also find it on my research page. Stay tuned to new projects, products, and research related to this work over the next few years.

American Prize Competition Results

Excited to announce that Rhythmic Mosaics was awarded 2nd Place in The American Prize in Composition (instrumental chamber music). You can read more about the work and results below using the link provided, as well as look at works by the 1st and 3rd place winners.

https://theamericanprize.blogspot.com/2022/09/national-winners-composers-instrumental.html

ISMIR 2022

I’m excited to announce that I have been selected to present some of my dissertation research at the 23rd International Society for Music Information Retrieval. This will also include a performance of my work, Bloom for cello and live electronics, which uses a few algorithms I’ve been developing as part of a larger package written in Max that will be available for download/testing later this year. Looking forward to a great event and much learning in December in Bengaluru, India.

The American Prize Finalist

I’m happy to announce that my piece, Rhythmic Mosaics, has been selected as a finalist in the Instrumental Chamber Music College/University division of The American Prize national non-profit competitions in the performing arts. To see the full list of finalists, use the following link: https://theamericanprize.blogspot.com/. The American Prize will be announcing winners in my division soon.

I’d also like to give a huge shoutout to Jacob Ottmer and Micheal Barnes who commissioned and premiered the work. I used their recording Rhythmic Mosaics for the competition submission, and I’m certain their incredible performance had something to do with the piece being named a finalist.

Bloom in Buenos Aires!

I am excited to share that Jose Romero Ottonello will be touring Argentina in December and giving performances of solo cello music by Bach, Reger, and myself. He will be performing Bloom for cello and live electronics throughout the country, with the first performance given on December 9th. He does an absolutely fantastic job with the piece, and I am looking forward to hearing the performance. Good luck!