Upcoming and Past
(* = premiere)

2019

December 1, Victoria, Canada
The Farquhar, University of Victoria
druck // durch
UVic Orchestra; Ajtony Csaba, cond.

November 22, Tallinn, Estonia
Vanalinna Muusikamaja
– Avanzi col capo voltato sempre all’indietro? – oppure: – Ciò che vedi è sempre alle tue spalle? – o meglio: – Il tuo viaggio si svolge solo nel passato?
Samuel Cedillo, voice

October 11, Paris, France
La maison du Japon, CIUP
– Avanzi col capo voltato sempre all’indietro? – oppure: – Ciò che vedi è sempre alle tue spalle? – o meglio: – Il tuo viaggio si svolge solo nel passato?
Samuel Cedillo, voice

August 17, Aguascalientes City, Mexico
Artefacto
– Avanzi col capo voltato sempre all’indietro? – oppure: – Ciò che vedi è sempre alle tue spalle? – o meglio: – Il tuo viaggio si svolge solo nel passato?
Samuel Cedillo, voice

April 4, Mexico City, Mexico
Bucareli 69
– Avanzi col capo voltato sempre all’indietro? – oppure: – Ciò che vedi è sempre alle tue spalle? – o meglio: – Il tuo viaggio si svolge solo nel passato?
Samuel Cedillo, voice

2018

June 2, Victoria, Canada
St. Mary The Virgin Church
Metabolismos 2
Kimberley Manerikar, piano

April 4, Winnipeg, Canada
Westminster United Church
druck // durch*
University of Manitoba Symphony Orchestra; Osvaldo Ferraz, cond.

March 24, Vancouver, Canada
Pyatt Hall
Some of them were superstitious
Michael Park, piano

March 11, Winnipeg, Canada
Large Ensemble Room, University of Manitoba
both // and*
Victoria Sparks, percussion; Andrew Goodlett, guitar; Madeline Hildebrand, piano and celesta; Chris Anstey, violin; Emma Quackenbush, ‘cello; Nolan Krell, cond.
[having // halving]*
Nolan Krell, electronics

March 9, Winnipeg, Canada
Eva Clare Hall, University of Manitoba
Some of them were superstitious
Nolan Krell, piano

February 3, Victoria, Canada
PTY Recital Hall, University of Victoria
refortified // retrofitted: two instances*
Heather Roche, clarinet

2017

May 22, Victoria, Canada
Church of Truth
(glueing these birds to your arms has been great but I’ve grown to hate you.)
Dave Riedstra, electric bass

May 18, Victoria, Canada
The Copper Owl
– Avanzi col capo voltato sempre all’indietro? – oppure: – Ciò che vedi è sempre alle tue spalle? – o meglio: – Il tuo viaggio si svolge solo nel passato?*
Maria Eduarda Mendes Martins, voice; Nathan Friedman, electronics

April 19, Winnipeg, Canada
Eva Clare Hall, University of Manitoba
dilapidation and the circulation of debris*
Donnalynn Grills, mezzo-soprano; Adam Sperry, tenor; David Oschefski, saxophone; Brenden Janzen, piano

April 9, Victoria, Canada
PTY Recital Hall, University of Victoria
and then yr gone in italics and ellipses*
Bailey Finley, flute; Chrysta Wallin, bassoon; Emily McDermid, trumpet

March 15, Winnipeg, Canada
Eva Clare Hall, University of Manitoba
never broken a bone trying to hold on to something so hard*
Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones

February 15, Winnipeg, Canada
Eva Clare Hall, University of Manitoba
Why so bright? Why cast a shadow on anything?
Caroline Bucher and Andrew Nazer, percussion; Nolan Krell, electronics

February 14, Winnipeg, Canada
University of Manitoba
the forces of deformation, which seize the Figure’s body and head, and become visible whenever the head shakes off its face.*
University of Manitoba Wind Ensemble; Jacquie Dawson, cond.

January 29, Winnipeg, Canada
Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg New Music Festival
Why so bright? Why cast a shadow on anything?*
Caroline Bucher and Andrew Nazer, percussion; Nolan Krell, electronics

2016

July 27, Victoria, Canada
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Some of them were superstitious
Liam Gibson, piano

June 24, Toronto, Canada
918 Bathurst
(the collateral damage of redundant memory)*
Jonny Smith, percussion; Sarah Albu, voice; Aysel Taghi-Zada, violin

April 28, Victoria, Canada
The Copper Owl
(glueing these birds to your arms has been great but I’ve grown to hate you.)*
Dave Riedstra, electric bass

March 20, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
You’re strange, but you smell good. So, I’ll tell you a secret.*
Lynne Penhale, mezzo-soprano; Emily McDermid, trumpet; Keenan Mittag-Degala, percussion; Kimberley Manerikar and Thomas Nicholson, pianos; Julio Lopezhiler, violin; Joshua Goberoff, viola; Alexander Jang, conductor

February 26, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
This room is full of distance*
Adam Jasieniuk, saxophone

February 13, Victoria, Canada
St. Mary The Virgin Church
Some of them were superstitious
Liam Gibson, piano

January 29, Vancouver, Canada
Simon Fraser University
Some of them were superstitious
Nolan Krell, piano

2015

December 4, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
(seal the all the exits and feign ignorance.)*
Jillian Broughton, flute; Dominic Thibault, clarinet; Joshua Gomberoff, viola

October 25, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
Some of them were superstitious*
Liam Gibson, piano

June 2, Vancouver, Canada
Simon Fraser University
_ \ | / _*
Quatuor Bozzini

May 23, Victoria, Canada
Open Space: glassclothwoodmetal
6!x4^6×21
Heather Harker, Alana Hayes, Nathan Friedman and Jordan Fair, voices

March 31, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
Metabolismos 2*
Thomas Nicholson, piano and celesta

February 27, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands
Gigant, Apeldoorn: 21st Young Composers Meeting
Thank you for not discussing the outside world*
Orkest de Ereprijs

February 6, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall: West Coast Student Composers’ Symposium
your answer as an expression*
Matt Kelly, trombone and percussion; Nolan Krell, e. guitar; Alex Klassen, ‘cello; Liam Gibson, piano

2014

November 28, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
6!x4^6×21
William Constable, clarinet; Adam Jasienuik, contrabass clarinet; Sean Maynard, alto saxophone; Nolan Krell, guitar; Thomas Nicholson, viola

July 20, Victoria, Canada
University of Victoria, PTY Recital Hall
6!x4^6×21*
Lindsey Herle and Tyson Doknjas, violins; Sarah Tradewell, viola; Maria Wang, ‘cello