Concert and Film Première, Oct and Nov

In St.Davids on the 25th of October, the ‘Killing Time’ composition will be performed in St. Davids Cathedral. This will be the first performance of the piece after it’s New York premiere. In Fishguard on the 22nd of November, the film ‘Killing Time in New York’ will be screened in Theatr Gwaun. A film about the making of the composition inContinue reading “Concert and Film Première, Oct and Nov”

Why me? …it’s on SoundNotion.tv

This is an episode on SoundNotion.tv about the MATA festival. From about 10:00 mins Yotam Haber, artistic director, speaks inclusively about why and how the commissioning team chose my work out of 600 plus submissions. The work with ping-pong games and people trimming hedges he mentions in the interview is ‘Shakespeare and Hedgeshear’, which willContinue reading “Why me? …it’s on SoundNotion.tv”

Killing Time concert, 2013 MATA festival NYC

this is a quick report from New York: It has been spectacular! What a unique event and what a generous contribution from the knitting community. I will get in touch with the Knitting Orchestra and the Knitting Soloists to have all names to present to you. The musicians were wonderful, it all sounded fantastic after onlyContinue reading “Killing Time concert, 2013 MATA festival NYC”

MATA Quinceañera opening evening

Knitters Luba, Gali, and Janusz – please come forward lady in green! she’s a knitter, too in the Paula Cooper Gallery, featuring works by Missy Mazoli and Meitar Ensemble Yotam Haber, artistic director of MATA and our wonderful host and MATA founder Eleonor Sandresky more photos here! http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=512989652072096&set=a.512989092072152.1073741827.100000831962030&type=1&theater

new New York piece for MATA

MATA festival in Brooklyn, NYC, is an exciting annual contemporary composers music festival founded by much respected Philip Glass amongst others – it’s here http://matafestival.org/ After considering my work, some of which is posted on this site, they’ve kindly invited me to create a new piece for their next year’s festival at Roullette, Brooklyn, April 17th-20thContinue reading “new New York piece for MATA”