In Futurum will be installed at the Morley Gallery (London) in a group exhibition as a finalist for The Engine Room International Sound Art competition.
Participating in New Music Gathering 2017 with several projects:
The New Music Remix Machine, a generative, crowd-sourced audio installation (collaboration with Warren Enström) - Thursday, May 11 (all day)
Jennifer Beattie performs The Hypno-Domme Speaks and Speaks and Speaks on the "BGSU Electro Alumni" concert – Friday, May 12, 5:30 PM
Justin Massey performs Scrap Metals on the "Sax Concert" – Saturday, May 13, 5:00 PM
Robert Hess plays Foreign Masonry (for baritone saxophone and electronics) as part of Wichita State University's Shiftspace Music Series. The concert also features Alex Mincek's Nucleus and Terry Riley's In C.
Lisa Neher performs "Cardamom Seeds" as part of her "One Voice Project" program at Artisan's Sanctuary, Marion, IA.
Jennifer Beattie performs The Hypno-Domme Speaks and Speaks and Speaks at FETA 10 Fest.
Setting of Patricia Lockwood's poem The Hypno-Domme Speaks and Speaks and Speaks for mezzo-soprano and electronics, premiere by Jennifer Beattie at Gualala Arts Center in Gualala, CA
Concert will also include performances of Phase Change (2012) (Keve Wilson, oboe)
Other performances by Adam Marks, Juraj Kojs, Keve Wilson, and Conrad Freiburg
Saxophonist Julia Kuhlman plays Foreign Masonry for her senior recital.
8 PM Bryan Hall BGSU
Jennifer Meister's choir will premiere "Near" (text by Joseph Massey) on her Master's Choral Conducting recital.
Patchwork performs "Interstitch" on several programs this spring and summer.
April 1 - 8:00pm @ Warner Concert Series, Brandi Recital Hall, Kenyon College (Gambier, OH)
April 16 - 8:00pm @ CrossPlay2 Series, Neu Kirche Contemporary Arts Center (Pittsburgh, PA) w/Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra
April 29 - 7:30pm - @ Arts Village (Bowling Green, OH) @ BGSU
May 8 - 7:30pm - @ Bop Stop (Cleveland, OH) w/ Dana Jessen
June 4 - 4:00pm - @ Wild Goose Creative (Columbus, OH) w/ Tower Duo
June 12 - 7:00pm - @ Spectrum (NYC)
Justin Massey plays Scrap Metals at Oakland University.
Justin Massey plays Scrap Metals for soprano saxophone and computer on a program of saxophone music by Italian and American composers. The piece was written for him for the World Saxophone Congress 2015, and revised/retitled in December 2015.