I’m so thrilled to announce that I’ll be starting a new Fellowship through the CUNY Humanities Alliance in the Fall, where I’ll be mentored in community college pedagogy & teaching at LaGuardia CC.
“Part of a two-year fellowship program, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Humanities Alliance Graduate Teaching Fellows represent a wide range of disciplines, backgrounds, and experiences. Working closely with faculty mentors, program staff, continuing Graduate Teaching Fellows, and students at LaGuardia Community College, this new cohort of Fellows will learn pedagogical practices adapted for teaching in community colleges while contributing their own experience and scholarly expertise to the project, the institutions, and the public.”
Check out the official announcement here!
Also exciting: just wrapped up my first string quartet, which will be premiered by the Mivos Quartet this summer at the VIPA festival in Valencia, Spain.
I had a great time visiting friends in San Diego a few weeks ago, and seeing my video at the NWEAMO Festival at SDSU. Here are a few pics:
I’m also excited to announce that I’ll be attending the VIPA festival this summer in Valencia Spain, where the Mivos Quartet will be premiering my new string quartet w/ electronics!
I’m sad to have missed Justin Massey‘s performance of “9 Rhymes” last week – but check out this pic of him in action. More performances to come soon. Today, I’m off to San Diego for NWEAMO.
Some great things coming up in the next few weeks:
Saturday, March 11 : Justin Massey will be premiering my piece “9 Rhymes” for Tenor Saxophone & Electronics at the North American Saxophone Alliance Region 8 conference at Bridgewater State University. We’ve been working hard on this collaboration for the past half year or so, and are really excited to share it.
Saturday, March 18 : Presentation of my video piece “Marble Words” at the NWEAMO Festival in San Diego. I’ll be heading out there next week, and am really looking forward to attending the festival and visiting some friends.
I had a great weekend hanging out with my sis in snowy D.C. and with Justin Massey & Jason Charney at the U.S. Navy Band’s International Saxophone Symposium at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Justin premiered a work in progress sax solo of mine, and performed Jason’s killer “Scrap Metal.” Check out this little video and a few pics from my weekend:
Had fun performing with Max Alper on his new handmade instrument “The Quad Clicker” at Muchmores last night. Great work by Doug Geers’ Interactive Computer Music class.