DISCOGRAPHY / LISTEN
[Solace] – “This piece almost demands an anthropomorphic interpretation, with VSO concertmaster Mark Fewer’s violin taking the role of some avian songster, a lark or nightingale, and Zoltan Rozsnyai’s cello playing the yearning human heart.”
Nearly all CDs that my work appears on is available through the Canadian Music Centre website. Check back here for a more comprehensive listing, shortly!
Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa performs Phobos And Deimos Circling – video by John Bolton of Opus 59 Films. Part of Rachel’s interplanetary music project, Cosmophony.
Couloir – Heidi Krutzen, harp, and Ariel Barnes, cello – a showcase of their brand-new CD, Wine Dark Sea. Excerpts of the three movements of Meditations on Light (first six minutes of the track).
The Boston New Music Initiative’s performance of Involuntary Love Songs – text by Alan Ashton (music by Jocelyn Morlock), Yayra Sánchez, soprano, Christopher Orzech, piano.
Trailer for In Situ, a large-scale collaboration with the Aeriosa Dance Ensemble premiered during the 2010 Cultural Olympiad in Vancouver, and attended by over 7000 people
The Yarilo Ensemble – Jane Hayes and Anna Levy, playing half-light, somnolent rains – written in memory of composer Nikolai Korndorf, five years after his death. (“Video” component is a couple of still photos of Vancouver).
Julian Beecroft has made a video of the Ontario wilderness, featuring my piece The Jack Pine as played by Peter Longworth.
Elena Xanthoudakis and Esther Gonthier perform Amore (2005) at the Montreal International Music Competition, 2005. Elena won Best Performance of the Commissioned Work. (I wasn’t allowed to vote, but was very happy with the judges’ choice! If you’re pressed for time, check out the the last half of the video, from about 3:00 on…)
Excerpt of Aeromancy, double cello concerto, first movement. Ariel Barnes and Joseph Elworthy, solo cellos, with the Vancouver Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lesile Dala.
Video from Aeriosa’s performance, In Situ.
Ensemble QAT Vitrine RIDEAU: Les Oiseaux – there’s a section of Bird in the Tangled Sky (1997) on here at 13:26.
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