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Past Shows


Saturday, April 20, 20243:00pm

Esmé Thompson’s Closing Reception

Bowery Gallery
547 W 27th St #508, New York, NY 10001 map

This event is a closing reception for Esmé Thompson’s show at the Bowery Gallery. There will be a talk by the artist and Jennifer Stock will do a reading from her most recent work. I’ll be performing a set of my music with Kamala Sankaram, Daisy Press, Daniel Lippel, Lauren Cauley, Joseph Brent, and Peter Wise. Our set will be conducted by the wonderful John Altieri. So excited to be part of this event!


Sunday, December 11, 20227:00pm

Shadows of Corinth performance and reception

Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre
338 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011 map

Excited to be performing my Shadows of Corinth song cycle at The Cell. I’ll be joined by Kamala Sankaram (voice), Charlotte Mundy (voice), Andie Springer (violin), Joseph Brent (mandolin), James Moore (guitar), Joshua Lopes (guitar), Ches Smith (percussion), and Peter Wise (percussion). A week after this performance we will be heading into the recording studio. There will be a reception after the performance. Come out and help us celebrate our upcoming recording!

Saturday, December 17, 2022

Shadows of Corinth Recording

William Randolph Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media
996 Madison Ave, Albany, NY 12203 map

We’re recording Shadows of Corinth at The College of Saint Rose in their William Randolph Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media! Everyone is making the trip to Albany, NY and we’ll be recording all weekend. The recording will include performances by Kamala Sankaram (voice), Charlotte Mundy (voice), Andie Tanning (violin), James Moore (guitar, baritone ukulele & banjo), Joshua Lopes (guitar & bass), Joseph Brent (mandolin), Ches Smith (drums), and Peter Wise (percussion).


Saturday, June 15, 20193:00pm

Bowery Gallery Closing Reception

Bowery Gallery
530 W 25th St #404, New York, NY 10001 map

Excited to be performing a set of my music for Esmé Thompson’s closing reception at Bowery Gallery in Chelsea, NY (with Mellissa Hughes – voice, Megan Schubert – voice, Jude Traxler (vibes), and Julianne Carney (violin). Jennifer Stock will also be doing a reading of her beautiful essay called Parrot on a Stone Plinth.




Thursday, November 12, 20157:30pm

Stone Mason Projects presents Fury

The National Opera Center
330 7th Ave, New York, NY 10001 map

Fury is the music of contemporary women composers. Along with my music this show will include the music of Lesley Flanigan, Jessica Meyer, Jenny Beck, Lauren Buchter, Niloufar Nourbhaksh, Pamela Stein Lynde, and more. With performances by Pamela Stein Lynde (soprano), Lesley Flanigan (soprano), Sara MacKimmie (soprano), Megan Ihnen (mezzo soprano), Kaya Katarzyna Bryla (violin), Jessica Meyer (viola), and Sugar Vendil (piano).


Sunday, November 16, 20147:00pm

Spectrum Presents

Ludlow Street, New York, NY map

An evening of my concert music as well as songs from my video song cycle Shadow of Corinth (with video by Anney Bonney and lyrics by Sara Wintz). Kathy Supové and Isabelle O’Connell will premiere my new 4-hand piano piece, The Dark Passenger. Kathy will also perform two solo piano compositions, Lucid and Our Mingling Arms. James Moore will perform Blowback, a solo electric guitar piece. The Shadow of Corinth song cycle will include performances by Kamala Sankaram, Pamela Stein, James Moore, Eric Clark and Owen Weaver.




Saturday, January 22, 20111:00pm

First Annual New Music Forum

Exapno New Music Community Center
33 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY map

Ear to Mind’s First Annual New Music Forum! Complimentary wine will be served throughout, and the discussion itself will happen from about 1:30-2:30pm. NYC-based German composer Reiko Fueting will be moderating and the board of panelists will include: Chris Cerrone, Kevin Clark, Vivian Fung, Ted Hearne, Inhyun Kim, Wil Smith, and myself. Admission is free!

Tuesday, March 22, 20117:00pm

Music With a View

The Flea Theater
41 White Street, New York, NY map

I’m excited to be performing a new piece called The Maid of Corinth on the opening night of Kathy Supové’s Music With a View series. The piece is a multimedia work with video by Anney Bonney and includes the wonderful Dither electric guitar quartet as well as one of my favorite drummers, Ches Smith.

Friday, December 9, 20117:30pm

Music at First

First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn
124 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights, NY map

Kathy Supové will be performing two of my piano compositions; Lucid (solo piano), and Our Mingling Arms (the first piece I wrote for her). Kamala Sankaram and Lesley Flanigan will perform a set of songs I wrote based on Psalms. Finally, I’ll be performing a new excerpt from my video opera called The Maid of Corinth, with video by Anney Bonney, libretto by Sara Wintz, and including performances by Kamala Sankaram, Lesley Flanigan, Eric Clark, James Moore, Joshua Lopes, and Ches Smith.n

nLukas Ligeti will also have a set of compositions on this Music at First show.


Tuesday, April 27, 20108:00pm

Littoral Series: Dither and Sara Wintz

Issue Project Room
232 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY map

This night of music and poetry celebrates the relaunch of The Pretty Panicks Press, an organization run by Sara Wintz which publishes beautifully compact compositions straight to your mailbox through the medium of the postcard. Dither will be playing two postcard pieces: Swell Piece by James Tenney and my piece called Roar and Spit. Dither will also be performing pieces by Lisa R. Coons, Josh Lopes, and a new piece by David T. Little.


Friday, April 17, 20096:30pm

New Music Bake Sale

First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn

Newspeak and Ensemble de Sade present the First Annual New Music Bake Sale, a collective concert/fundraiser designed to bring together the remarkably diverse New York new music scene. Scarlet Tree Performances (my new project with Jody Redhage and Kamala Sankaram) presents the launch of their company at this exciting event.


Thursday, March 20, 20089:00pm

Night of songs with full band and Latitude/Longitude opening

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

A night of songs performed with Kamala Sankaram, vox; Mellissa Hughes, vox; Jody Redhage, cello/vox; Adam Fisher, cello; Zach Brock, violin; Taylor Levine, electric guitar; Katie Porter Maxwell, bass clarinet; Sycil Mathai, trumpet; Matt Renzi, sax and Eleonore Oppenheim, bass. Latitude/Longitude opens the night with their atmospheric experimental pop.


Thursday, February 8, 20078:30pm

ASH CD Release Party

Galapagos Art Space
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY map

The progressive chamber songs from ASH will be performed live (9pm) by Molly Thompson with Jody Redhage, Kamala Sankaram, Kathleen Supové, Patrick Kane McCarthy, Peter Hess, Nabate Isles, and Margaret Lancaster. Wil Smith and James Moore follow (9:45pm) with a set of laptop/electric guitar music. The night continues with DJ NEVET (10:30pm) spinning Brazilian Funk, R&B, Hip-Hop and Reggae. Finally, White Lime Records introduces the Modern Dance Awareness Society (11pm) who will keep the party moving into the early morning hours.