August 2001
  • August 9: Jane Rigler performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute in concert in Girona, Spain.
  • August 16: Performance by Mark Applebaum and Paras Kaul of their collaborative work That Brainwave Chick, an installation in which neural activity is transformed into sound, at SIGGRAPH 2001 in Los Angeles. Performances at 10 am, noon, and 2 pm.
September 2001
  • September 11: NOVA guest artist concert at the University of North Texas, Denton. Mark Applebaum and UNT players present Intellectual Property for disklavier and pianist, S-tog for sound-sculptures, Tlön for 3 conductors and no players, Meditation for piano 6 hands, 1:00 for string quartet, Narcissus ReMix for tape, and Tlön ReMix for tape. Additional Music Now convocation presentation at 11 am on the previous day, September 10. (Moved to September 12.)
  • September 12: Concert of electro-acoustic music featuring the new "Mouseketier" sound-sculpture and an interactive video collaboration with electric cellist Joseph Harchanko at the University Texas, Austin, 2 pm. Subsequent lecture at 3:30. (Cancelled due to world events.)
October 2001
  • October 5: Stanford University Friends of Music Faculty Showcase presents a concert and discussion by Mark Applebaum featuring his uncompromising and unmarketable music, jazz piano performance, and sound-sculpture improvisation. The program begins at 8 pm in the Campbell Recital Hall, Braun Music Center on the Stanford campus. 5$ (free to Friends of Music).
  • October 11: A New York Debut. Speculum Musicae performs Scipio Wakes Up (originally commissioned by the Paul Dresher Ensemble) for violin, bassoon, 2 electronic keyboards, electronic drumset, electronic marimba, and 6 sound-sculptures. Part of the American Composers Orchestra's "OrchestraTech" Festival, the concert will take place at 8 pm in Merkin Hall, New York City.
  • October 17: Lecture-demonstration on the Wesleyan University Colloquia Series, Middletown, Connecticut: "Schizophrenia, Narcissism, Self-Loathing, and Compulsive Hermetic-Hermeneutic/Exigent-Exegesis Disorder: Psychological Dilemmas in the Music of Mark Applebaum". 4:15 pm.
  • October 19: Composition Colloquium ("Schizophrenia, Narcissism, and Self-Loathing: The Music of Mark Applebaum") at the University of California, Berkeley in Morrison Hall at 3 pm. Subsequent evening concert of electro-acoustic music at CNMAT, Berkeley, including Tlön for 3 conductors and no players.
  • October 24: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo peforms at Stanford University at 8 pm in Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Jazz standards and original compositions for two pianos with Robert Applebaum of Chicago. $8 ($4 for students).

November 2001

  • November 1: A concert of works by Mark Applebaum at Brevard College, North Carolina including Triple Concerto for piano, percussion, contrabass, concertante, and large choir.
  • November 2: Jazz piano performance with the Brevard College jazz ensemble, North Carolina.
  • November 3: Performance at the Smithsonian, Washington D.C., by Mark Applebaum and Paras Kaul of their collaborative work That Brainwave Chick, an installation in which neural activity is transformed into sound. (Cancelled due to anthrax scare.)
  • November 9: Aphorstic Fragment, a work for video, will be performed at Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, at the Harmony of Sound and Light. Galileo Auditorium, 7 pm.
  • November 27: Narcissus ReMix, Tlön ReMix, and the video Aphoristic Fragment will be heard and seen in a concert at the University of Iowa, Iowa City.

January 2002

  • January 27: Jane Rigler performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute at TUVA, Berkeley, California.
  • January 31:Jane Rigler performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco. Also an "unplugged" improvisation on Mouseketier with Jane and Bay Area wind players Phillip Gelb & Tom Bickley.

February 2002

  • February 4 : The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble performs its arrangement of Meditation (piano 6 hands) for piano, vibraphone, and glockenspiel. SOU 8 pm.
  • February 26 : A collaborative sound-sculpture performance with Paul Dresher and his new long string instrument, the Quadrachord, at CCRMA, Stanford University, 8 pm.

March 2002

  • March 7: Griffin Campbell premieres Neo-Tribes for solo alto saxophone at NASA (the North American Saxophone Alliance conference) at the University of North Texas, 2:05 pm.
  • March 19: MAVerick Art Organization performance in Chicago at the Ukrainian Museum of Modern Art, 7:30pm.
  • March 20-21: Lectures and performances at Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois, including a lecture/recital in the Philip Lynch Theatre on March 20 at 7:30pm.
  • March 22-24: Guest Artist at Electronic Music Midwest 2002, Kansas City. Performances of 17 works on 9 different concerts of electro-acoustic music including:
    • Intellectual Property I for disklavier & pianist
    • S-tog for mouseketier & live electronics
    • Suicides (1956, 1970) for 2-channel tape
    • Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape
    • Plundergraphic for 8-channel tape, piano, live electronics, & live diffusion
    • Aphoristic Fragment for video
    • The Janus ReMixes for 2-channel tape; 11 selections

April 2002

  • April 4: Guest lectures at the University of Northern Iowa.
  • April 5: Performance of S-tog for sound-sculptures and live electronics at SEAMUS 2002, The University of Iowa, Iowa City.
  • April 8: Performance of selections from The Janus ReMixes at Ball State University, Indiana.
  • April 11: Griffin Campbell performs Neo-Tribes for solo alto saxophone at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • April 12: Paper, "Plundering Genres in the Digital Environment", on the music of John Oswald at Experience Music Project's April 11-14 conference in Seattle: Crafting Sounds, Creating Meaning: Making Popular Music in the U.S.
  • April 15: The American Composers Orchestra plays Skumfiduser! for orchestra plus tape at their Whitaker Reading Sessions, Columbia University, New York City. Conducted by Dennis Russel Davies.
  • April 25: Premiere of the complete seven-work cycle Sum=Parts for chamber orchestra by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign New Music Ensemble. The cycle includes:
    • 56 1/2 ft. for chamber orchestra
    • Authenticity for trumpet solo
    • Integrity for 2 percussion & piano
    • Depth for trombone & contrabass
    • Merit for wind quintet
    • Seriousness for string trio
    • 56 1/2 ft. (reprise) for chamber orchestra

May 2002

  • May 1: Composition Colloquium at San Francisco State University, noon-1pm.
  • May 12: "An Afternoon of Music for Digits and Fingers": a performance with Chris Chafe, celleto, and electro-acoustic sound-sculptures at the San Jose Museum of Art.
  • May 13: Sargasso ReMix is performed at Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2:30pm.
  • May 22: Lecture: What Matters to Me and Why. Stanford University Memorial Church, noon.

June 2002

  • June 26: Performance of S-tog for sound-sculptures and live electronics at the Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria.
  • June 27: Lecture/demonstration at The Bruckner Conservatory, Linz, Austria. 2-5pm.

July 2002

  • July 25: Performance of Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape at the CCRMA Summer Concert, Stanford University. The concert starts at 8pm; pre-concert interactive demos and installations start at 6pm.

August 2002

  • August 1: Sonic Circuits performance of S-tog for sound-sculpture and live electronics at the Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage, Washington, D.C., 6pm. Admission is free.
  • August 2: Sound-sculpture and live electronics performance at George Mason University, Virginia, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • August 17: Lecture on MetaSynth at the G.U.I. (Gesturing the UPIC instrument) symposium at University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • August 17: Installation performance with sound-sculptures and live electronics at the Woodstockhausen 2002 Festival, Santa Cruz. Pre-concert installation from 7pm-8pm; concert at 8pm.

October 2002

  • October 6: Lisa Goethe-McGinn performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute at HotHouse, 31 E. Balbo, Chicago. 2pm.
  • October 10: Jazz piano performance at a Memorial Concert for Daniel Pearl, Stanford University alumnus. At the Stanford Memorial Church, 8pm; admission is free. Also appearing: the St. Lawrence String Quartet.
  • October 11: Chamber Music Live at Stanford University: Improvisations by Mark Applebaum and Friends, including the California premiere of the Concerto for Florist & Ensemble. Featuring James DelPrince, performance florist; Paul Dresher, quadrachord; Fred Frith, electric guitar; Terry Longshore & Brett Reed, percussion; Chris Chafe, cello & celleto; Pat O'Keefe, clarinets; & Mark Applebaum, piano and sound-sculptures. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. $10 ($5 for students).
  • October 16: Popcorn! An evening of bizarre and beautiful music videos curated by Mark Applebaum. Stanford University CCRMA Ballroom, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • October 17: Flutist Lisa Goethe-McGinn performs Entre Funérailles IV at Columbia College, 1014 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. Noon.
  • October 30: Slice & Dice I. New tape works by students of the Stanford University Music 120 class. CCRMA Ballroom, 8pm. Admission is free.

November 2002

  • November 7: Sargasso ReMix for tape is presented at the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music Electroacoustic Music Festival, 7pm.
  • November 10: Works for piano, tape, and sound-sculptures with live electronics in a solo recital at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 6pm. Also: morning lecture on November 11 at Dartmouth.
  • November 13: "Janus"—for 5 winds and 5 strings— is performed by the Callithumpian Consort at the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston. Also: afternoon lecture at NEC.
  • November 25: Slice & Dice II. New works by students of the Stanford University Music 120 class for multi-channel tape and live performers. CCRMA Ballroom, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • November 29: Triple ReMix for tape is presented at Hong Kong Baptist University's Contemporary Music Workshop Concert, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 1:30pm.

December 2002

  • December 5: Works will be performed by Zeitgeist on their "Rituals & Remembrance" program at InterMedia Arts in Minneapolis, including "Go, Dog. Go!" for two percussion; "column facing on 3 behind lintel"— a docudrama about architect Louis Sullivan—for bass clarinet, piano, and two percussion; and "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape.

January 2003

  • January 29: Pianist Gloria Cheng performs "Discipline 1: Heliopolis" from "Disciplines" in a recital of virtuoso contemporary piano works. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Admission is free.

February 2003

  • February 3: A concert for The Work of Art and the Creation of Mind featuring sound-sculpture performances, jazz piano, and "Tlön" for 3 conductors and no players. Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University, 1:15pm. Free.
  • February 6: A solo jazz piano recital in Kimball Hall at Stanford University. 7-8pm, free.
  • February 14: Lecture-demonstration with Electroacoustic Sound-Sculptures & Live Electronics. CCRMA Ballroom, Stanford University. 10am.
  • February 22: Tlön for 3 conductors and no players is performed at the NOW Music Festival/The College Music Society. Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, CA. 7pm.
  • February 28: A lecture/dialogue with Parag Chordia about intersections and differences among Western and Indian classical musics for the Sanskriti South Asian Organization; open to the public. A3C Ballroom in the Old Union, Stanford University, 4:30-5:30pm.

March 2003

  • March 5: The Calliope duo performs at San Francisco State University including a performance by pianist Shannon Wettstein of "Discipline 3: Ontological Shock" from "Disciplines". 8pm.
  • March 13: Debut of [sic]—the Stanfjord [sic] Improvisation Collective—with special guests the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • March 15: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is performed at SEAMUS (the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States) at Arizona State University, Tempe. 8:30pm.
  • March 31: Harvard University Composition Colloquium lecture/demonstration, noon.

April 2003

  • April 1: Presentation to the Columbia University Computer Music Center, 8pm.
  • April 2: Composers Forum lecture at the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, 6pm.
  • April 2: Choreographer Brittany Brown premieres her dance ensemble’s interpretation of Tlön ReMix and Sargasso ReMix. At Pilot 40, a collection of San Francisco’s local emerging choreographers, ODC Theater, 3135 17th St. @ Shotwell, San Francisco, 8pm. $12.
  • April 3: Princeton University Composers’ Colloquium, 4:30pm.
  • April 5: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is performed at the Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival, University of Florida, Gainesville, Center for the Performing Arts Black Box Theater, 8pm.
  • April 11: Steve Schick & Ivan Manzanilla perform "Ferneyhough ReMix" for 2 percussion & tape and "Narcissus: Strata/Panacea" for solo marimba at the opening concert of the Stanford University Music from the Edge Festival. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • April 12: A performance of S-tog for Mouseketier and live electronics with Chris Chafe, celleto, at the Mousetraps and Toys concert of the Stanford University Music from the Edge Festival. CCRMA Ballroom, 4pm.
  • April 13: Plundergraphic (for amplified piano, 8-channel tape, and live electronics) is performed by Piano Plus with Jennifer Hymer during the Stanford University Music from the Edge Festival. CCRMA Ballroom, 8pm.
  • April 25 & 26: Choreographer Brittany Brown presents her dance ensemble’s interpretation of Tlön ReMix and Sargasso ReMix at the Stanford "Spring Migration" dance show. Roble Dance Studio, Stanford University, 8:30pm.
  • April 28: A concert of trio improvisations with Matt Turner and Ryan Francesconi at the Lawrence University Electronic Music Festival, Appleton, Wisconsin. 9:30pm. www.lawrence.edu/sorg/emc/
  • April 29: Solo recital at Lawrence University Electronic Music Festival, Harper Recital Hall, 9:30pm. Also, a morning lecture, 9:30am. www.lawrence.edu/sorg/emc/

May 2003

  • May 1, 2, & 3: Choreographer Brittany Brown presents her dance ensemble’s interpretation of Tlön ReMix and Sargasso ReMix at the Stanford "Spring Migration" dance show. May 1 in an outdoor performance at the Cantor Art Museum, 6pm. May 2 & 3 at the Roble Dance Studio, Stanford University, 8:30pm.
  • May 2: Pianist Shannon Wettstein performs "Discipline 3: Ontological Shock" from "Disciplines" at Bemidji State University, Minnesota.
  • May 8: A solo jazz piano recital in Kimball Hall at Stanford University. 7-8pm, free.
  • May 9: An improv performance of John Zorn's "Cobra" with [sic] at Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 12:15pm; free. Also a performance with guitarst Ryan Francesconi and flutist Jane Rigler.
  • May 11: Sound-sculpture and live electronics performance at the Northwestern University Music Marathon in the Block Museum Auditorium, 4pm. Also, an evening performance of COBRA with John Zorn in the Pick-Staiger concert hall, 7pm. Plus two subsequent lectures at Northwestern: 9am on May 12; 2:30pm on May 13.
  • May 14: A lecture—Musical Schizophrenia: Art vs. Pop—at the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, noon. Details at www.commonwealthclub.org.
  • May 31: SKUMFIDUSER! for orchestra and tape is premiered by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Ann Krinitsky, conductor. Dinkelspiel Hall, Stanford University. 8pm.

June 2003

  • June 1: SKUMFIDUSER! for orchestra and tape is performed by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Ann Krinitsky, conductor. Dinkelspiel Hall, Stanford University. 2:30pm.
  • June 7: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the Bourges Festival in France.
  • June 8: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the University of Washington in Seattle, 3pm.
  • June 25: Pianist Shannon Wettstein performs "Disciplines" for piano at the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, during the Summer Institute for Contemporary Piano.
  • June 30: Lecture—"Chamber Music from the Composer's Perspective"—at the Stanford Summer Chamber Music Institute. Stanford University, 4:30pm.

August 2003

  • August 23: "Chamelon ReMix" for 2-channel tape is performed at the Electric Rainbow Coalition Festival at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. Warren Bentley Theater.
  • August 24: A percussion arrangement of "Meditation" is performed by the Conundrum Quartet at The Omaha Chamber Music Society. Fontenelle Forest Nature Center in Bellevue, Nebraska, 7pm.

September 2003

  • September 7: Wired Gardens: An outdoor installation of electro-acoustic sound-sculptures with Chris Chafe and friends at the Cantor Art Center Museum on the Stanford campus. Also, a performance of "Plundergraphic" for acoustic instruments and 8-channel tape. Concert at 2pm; installations at 3pm.
  • September 12: Oni Buchanan performs the "Omnibus Etude" for solo piano at the New School of Music, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 7:30pm.
  • September 19: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the University of Virginia TechnoSonics Concert.
  • September 19: Oni Buchanan performs the "Omnibus Etude" for solo piano. The Grolier Poetry Bookshop Benefit Recital, Harvard Square, Boston, 8pm.
  • September 24: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the Ball State University Electronic Music Concert, Muncie, Indiana.

October 2003

  • October 1: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the ICMC (International Computer Music Conference) in Singapore.
  • October 4: "Catfish" for percussion ensemble is performed by the Minnesota Percussion Trio at Kennedy High School, Bloomington, Minnesota, 7 p.m.
  • October 9: "Elegy" for solo piano is performed at the Daniel Pearl Music Concert. Stanford Memorial Church, 8pm; admission is free.
  • October 10: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo perform a matinee concert at San Francisco State University. Knuth Hall, 1-2pm.
  • October 10: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo in concert at Stanford University during the Stanford Chamber Music Live Festival. Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm; $10/$5 students. A pre-concert lecture-demonstration, "Inside Jazz", from 6:30-7:30 is offered through Stanford Continuing Studies: http://continuingstudies.stanford.edu/
  • October 15: Popcorn! An evening of bizarre and beautiful music videos curated by Mark Applebaum. Stanford University CCRMA Ballroom, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • October 18: A lecture—Musical Schizophrenia: Art vs. Pop—at the Stanford University Reunion. 10-11am. Location TBA.
  • October 29: "Plundergraphic" and "Snagglepuss ReMix" are performed at the CCRMA fall concert at Stanford University. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm; free.

November 2003

  • November 11: "Culture Sculpture" a lecture/demonstration with the Mouseketier sound-sculpture and live electronics at Stanford University. In the Schiff House Lounge in the Sterling Quad. 6-7pm; free.

December 2003

  • December 1: Collaborative Music: The premiere of Decameron, a 10-movement work composed collaboratively by Stanford Graduate Composers. Performed by Matt Ingalls, clarinet, Elaine Kreston, cello, & Terry Longshore, percussion. Also, performances of Entre Funérailles II for vibraphone and Tlön for 3 conductors and no players. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm; free.
  • December 17: Solo jazz piano concert in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, The National Theater, sponsored by the American Embassy. 8pm.

February 2004

  • February 13: Griffin Campbell performs "Neo-Tribes" for solo alto saxophone at the 59th Festival of Contemporary Music, Louisiana State University, 8pm.
  • February 20: Griffin Campbell performs "Neo-Tribes" for solo alto saxophone. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm; free.
  • February 26: [sic]—the Stanfjord [sic] Improvisation Collective Goes to High School (PG-13). Menlo-Atherton High School, 7:50am!
  • February 27: Lecture at the Eastman School of Music composition symposium (including a performance of the "Omnibus Etude" by pianist Thomas Rosenkranz), 3:30-5:00, Rochester, NY.

March 2004

  • March 1: The St. Lawrence String Quartet premiere "20" at the University of Toronto Chamber Music Series, 7pm. Also: a noon lecture at the University of Toronto.
  • March 1: The NYU New Music Ensemble performs with the electronic score "Anesthesia ReMix". New York University Frederick Loewe Theatre, 8pm; free.
  • March 2-3: Performances and lectures as Visiting Artist at the University of Michigan ECLECTRONICA Microfestival. March 2 8pm concert includes "Snagglepuss ReMix" and "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape; March 3 8pm concert includes "Anesthesia ReMix", "Plundergraphic" for 8-channel tape and live instruments, "Mouseketier Praxis" for sound-sculpture and live electronics, and a pre-concert lecture at 7:30. A 4pm lecture occurs on March 3 in the Electronic Music Class.
  • March 7: [sic]—the Stanfjord [sic] Improvisation Collective—and Wet Ink undergraduate composers concert. Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University. Admission is free.
  • March 9: A solo jazz piano recital in Donner Hall at Stanford University. 10-11pm, free.
  • March 27: Performances of "Mousektier Praxis"— for sound-sculpture and live electronics—and "Snagglepuss ReMix"— for 2-channel tape— at SEAMUS (the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States) at SDSU—San Diego State University. 8:30pm.
  • March 29: Culture Sculpture, a lecture-demonstration with sound-sculptures and live electronics to the UCSD department seminar (11am). The University of California at San Diego, La Jolla.

April 2004

  • April 3, 23, 24, 30 & May 1-2: Minneapolis-based James Sewell Ballet performs "Awedville" including the music "Strike: 3/2+5:2 Groove" from the CD "Mousetrap Music". Performances include Michigan State University, the College of St. Catherine, and other venues. <www.jsballet.org>
  • April 10: Performance of "Entre Funérailles IV" for solo flute by Linda Wetherill at the New Music Miami ISCM Festival. Wolfsonian—Florida International University, Miami, 4pm.
  • April 14: The St. Lawrence String Quartet perform the U.S. premiere of "20" at Stanford University. 8pm.

May 2004

  • May 6-8: Serving as a juror for the national Jazz Piano Competition of the American Pianists Association in Indianapolis.
  • May 22: The Stanford Symphony Orchestra premieres Martian Anthropology, a work for new SSO conductor Jindong Cai. Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm.

June 2004

  • June 13: "Mouseketier Praxis" for 2-channel tape is played at Columbus State University Electronic Music Lab's Electronic Music Festival '04. CCAD Madd Lab, 8:30pm.
  • June 18: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo in concert at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. Concert Hall, 8pm.
  • June 21: Sound-sculpture performance at the summer solstice Garden of Memory: A Columbarium Walk-Through Event at the Chapel of Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave. (next to Mountain View Cemetery) in Oakland. 5-9pm. See www.gardenofmemory.com.

July 2004

  • July 23: The NYU New Music Ensemble performs with the electronic score "Anesthesia ReMix" at the Università di Genova, Italy. Teatro Ariston, 9pm.

August 2004

  • August 31: A live interview and concert with the Mousketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture on KFJC Radio, 89.7 FM in the Bay Area with DJ Art Crimes. Also streaming at http://www.kfjc.org. 6-7pm.

September 2004

  • September 10: Shannon Wettstein performs Movement 2 ("Cosmo Drama") & Movement 3 ("Ontological Shock") from "Disciplines" for solo piano at California State University, Northridge.
  • September 22-25: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed during the Harvest Moon Festival at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

October 2004

  • October 14: Solo performances of piano works by Tom Johnson—"Mersenne Numbers" and "Triangles"—at the Daniel Pearl Music Concert. Stanford Memorial Church, 8pm; admission is free.
  • October 16: Keyboard Madness! with The Idiom Idiots—Mark Applebaum & Mahan Esfahani perform baroque and jazz repertoire on inappropriate keyboard instruments from the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, & 21st centuries. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Free.
  • October 20: Improvisations in an informal lunchtime concert with [sic]. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 12:15pm. Free.
  • October 24: Margaret Lancaster performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute at re.Wind/Pause/Play. DUBuQue Music Series at Safe-T-Gallery, 134 Bayard Street, Brooklyn (Williamsburg) 4pm; $8.
  • October 26: Presentation to the UCSD Composition Focus Seminar. University of California, San Diego, Warren Studio A, 6-8pm.
  • October 28: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at West Chester University, West Chester, PA.
  • October 31: A cameo piano performance at the Stanford Symphony Orchestra's Halloween Concert. Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm.

November 2004

  • November 3: "Intellectual Property" for disklavier and improvising pianist is performed at ICMC (International Computer Music Conference) at the University of Miami. Gusman Concert Hall, 8pm.
  • November 8: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the High Voltage concert, Louisiana State University.
  • November 14: Peter Burwik conducts Ensemble XX. Jahrhundert in the premiere of "Aslyum" for percussion solo and nonet during the Vienna Modern Festival 2004. At the SCHÖMER-HAUS, Klosterneuburg, Austria.
  • November 22: <541> Concert: New works by Stanford composers including the new percussion trio "Theme In Search of Variations". Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Free.
  • November 27: Culture Sculpture: Making Music with Junk, Found Objects, and Hardware—a lecture-performance with the Mouseketier Sound-Sculpture at the annual gathering of the San Francisco Regional Mensa. San Francisco Holiday Inn, 2pm.

December 2004

  • December 1: The New Century Ensemble presents "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
  • December 2: Lecture at MATRIX, Leuven University Musicology Department, Leuven, Belgium, 2-3:30pm.
  • December 5: Performances with ensemble Champ D'Action at the Time Canvas Festival. MuHKA Contemporary Art Museum, Leuvenstraat 32, Antwerp, Belgium. 11am-6pm.
  • December 20: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs at the Municipal Theater in Tunis, Tunisia. 7pm.

January 2005

  • January 19: "Meditation" for piano 6-hands is performed at the University of North Carolina—Charlotte.
  • January 21: Margaret Lancaster performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute. Also the premiere of Wristwatch: Geology. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • January 29: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the Ussachevsky Festival, Lyman Hall, Pomona College, Claremont, California, 8pm. Free.

February 2005

  • February 2: Popcorn! An evening of bizarre and beautiful music videos curated by Mark Applebaum. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • February 3: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at Musica Nova, UMKC (University of Missouri, Kansas City Conservatory of Music). White Hall, 7:30pm.
  • February 18: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the SPARK Festival, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Flux Auditorium, Regis Center for the Arts, 4:30pm.
  • February 19: The seven-work cycle Sum=Parts for chamber orchestra is performed by Inauthentica--the Cal Arts Contemporary Players--featuring Mark Menzies. Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm. The cycle includes:
    • 56 1/2 ft. for chamber orchestra
    • Authenticity for trumpet solo
    • Integrity for 2 percussion & piano
    • Depth for trombone & contrabass
    • Merit for wind quintet
    • Seriousness for string trio
    • 56 1/2 ft. (reprise) for chamber orchestra
  • February 19: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the EMS Festival, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • February 27: Music and Dance Created by Chance (chance compositions by undergraduate composers in collaboration with choreographers Brittany Brown, Heidi Schweiker, & Hope Mohr), and performances by [sic] —the Stanfjord [sic] Improvisation Collective. 8pm, Roble Dance Studio, Stanford University. Also the premiere of 5:3. Admission is free.

March 2005

  • March 8: "5:3" for 8 cracklebox players and 2 amplified dice rollers is performed at CCRMA's MusiCollage at the Cantor Arts Center Museum, Stanford University. The event, in the style of the Black Mountain College happening, runs from 8pm-midnight and concludes with a midnight breakfast. Free.
  • March 9-12: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the Ithaka Festival in Leuven, Belgium in the Swimmingpool, Hogeschoolplein.
  • March 12: "The Bible without God", a new composition performed with The Merce Cunningham Dance Company in a collaborative site-specific event ("White Plaza Event #1"). 2pm-3pm, White Plaza (in front of the Bookstore), Stanford University. Free. Rain Location: Dinkelspiel Auditorium.
  • March 24: "Sargasso (83+)" for solo cello is performed by William Jason Raynovich of the the MAVerick Ensemble. At the Renaissance Society in Chicago. 5811 S. Ellis, 8pm.

April 2005

  • April 2: Margaret Lancaster performs "Entre Funérailles IV" for solo flute at the BONK Festival. Salvador Dali Museum, St. Peterburg, Florida.
  • April 7: The Mind Altering Concert: A 60-minute space improvisation for Mouseketier sound-sculpture and freaky live electronics. Stanford University, Toyon Hall Lounge, 10pm, free. Bring pillows.
  • April 9: A lecture-demonstration on sound-sculptures at the STARS Assembly, Stanford University, 11:30am.
  • April 10: [sic] performs Cobra at the Stanford Community Day, Cantor Art Center Museum, Stanford University, 3pm.
  • April 10: "Sargasso (83+)" for solo cello is performed by William Jason Raynovich of the the MAVerick Ensemble. At the Ukrainian Museum of Modern Art in Chicago.
  • April 14: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at "Electronic Theatre and Diffusion" at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee. Peck School of the Arts, Bader Concert Hall, Zelazo Center, 7:30pm.
  • April 15: Grace Leslie performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 12:15pm. Free.
  • April 16: "Intellectual Property" for disklavier and improvising pianist is performed at SEAMUS (the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States) at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. 8pm.
  • April 17: The premiere of a new guitar piece "DNA" by Swedish virtuoso Magnus Andersson. Norrköping, Sweden.
  • April 29: Grace Leslie performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Free.

May 2005

  • May 5: The guitar piece "DNA" is performed by Swedish virtuoso Magnus Andersson. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • May 10: The German premiere of Integrity for two percussion and piano by Hajdi Elzeser, Yoana Varbanova, & Margarita Kourtparasidou. Neue Aula der Hochschule für Musik, Detmold, Germany, 7:30pm. 5¤.
  • May 12: Lecture at the Award-Winning Teachers on Teaching series. Hartley Conference Center in the Earth Sciences Building, Stanford University. Noon-1pm.
  • May 15: Grace Leslie performs Entre Funérailles IV for solo flute. University of California at Berkeley, CNMAT, 8pm. Free.
  • May 18: Performance as Guest Artist with The Stanford Jazz Orchestra directed by Fred Berry. Solo, combo, and big band performances of original tunes including big band arrangements of "Tornado Food" & "Buffalo Wings", and the premiere of Agitprop, a new work for electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics with jazz band. Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm.
  • May 24: Lara Wickes, oboe, performs Merit for wind quintet with Cal Arts players. USC Catholic Center: 3207 University Avenue, Los Angeles.
  • May 27: Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture performance at the 8th annual Music for People and Thingamajigs festival. The Oakland Metro, 201 Broadway (near Jack London Square), Oakland. 8pm.

June 2005

  • June 4 & 5: Collaborative Opera Premiere: "Es lebe der Sport" (scenes composed by Mark Applebaum, Markus Muench, Helga Pogatschar, & Jasna Velickovic, with the LOGOS Foundation robot orchestra of Godfried-Willem de Raes and Moniek Darge)—a co-production of the Bayerische Theaterakademie, the Hochschule für Musik, and the Munich festival ADEvantgarde 2005 with Moritz Eggert and performed by Piano Possible. In the "Reaktorhalle"; Luisenstrasse 37, Munich, Germany. 8pm.
  • June 12: The Harmida Trio premieres Jetsam for violin, cello, and piano at the Noe Valley Chamber Music Series. 1021 Sanchez St., San Francisco; 7pm. See www.nvcm.org
  • June 13-1 9: "DNA" is performed by guitar virtuoso Magnus Andersson at CoMA (Contemporary Music & Artists) in collaboration with Media Artes new music chamber society. Precise date TBA; www.comasweden.se. Växjö University, Sweden.

July 2005

  • July 1: "Integrity" for piano and two percussion is performed at the Eastman School of Music Kilbourn Hall, Rochester, NY.
  • July 9: "DNA" is performed by guitar virtuoso Magnus Andersson at Kulturverket in Halmstad, Sweden.
  • July 21: CCRMA summer concert — Digital Music Under the Stars — Stanford University, Frost Amphitheater. Performances of "Elegy ReMix" and "Sargasso ReMix". 5pm-12am.
  • July 27: The Trio Project, 12:23pm, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto.

September 2005

  • September 1-4: Various performances as a Guest Artist at UNYAZI Electronic Music Festival South Africa 2005, Johannesburg, South Africa. Details TBA.
  • September 23: Presentation on Creativity and Invention— Beginnings —including performances with the Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics, at the Stanford University Freshman Orientation, Memorial Auditorium, 10:30am-noon.

October 2005

  • October 2: Premiere of "The Blue Cloak" for Champ D'Action at the TRANSIT Festival, STUK in Leuven, Belgium, 8:30pm; pre-concert talk at 7:45pm. Panel discussion on technology in new music at 4pm.
  • October 12: Lecture and presentation on original electronic music at CNMAT at the University of California, Berkeley. 10am-1pm.
  • October 13: "Integrity" for two percussion and piano is performed by Proper Glue at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 8pm, Fine Arts Recital Hall; free.
  • October 15: Serving on the UCSD graduate composition juries.
  • October 18: Performance and talk at a Stanford University "Dean's Dinner", Schiff Lounge, 6pm.
  • October 25: Jazz piano recital and talk. Stanford University Junipero Residence Hall, 7pm.
  • October 27: "DNA" is performed by guitar virtuoso Magnus Andersson at El Colegio Nacional in Mexico City, 7:30pm.

November 2005

  • November 4: Outreach performance at Sheldon High School, Sacramento at 11am. Also: 3pm lecture-demonstration to the California State University Sacramento composition community in association with the Festival of New American Music, CSUS Music Dept. M151.
  • November 5: Four electroacoustic performances at 3pm at the California State University Sacramento Festival of New American Music; pre-concert talk at 2pm. CSUS Music Dept. M151.
  • November 16: Composition colloquium at the University of California at Davis. Music department room 230, 3-5pm.
  • November 17: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the University of Iowa in honor of SEAMUS Electro-Acoustic Music Month. Clapp Recital Hall, Iowa City.
  • November 22: Performances as featured composer with the Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble including Mouseketier Praxis, 5:3, 48 Objects, Mobile for Paper, & Wristwatch: Geology. SOU, Ashland, Oregon. Prior lecture-demonstration on the sound-sculptures to the Art & Music class on November 21 at 8am.

January 2006

  • January 17: Carol Morgan performs the entire "Disciplines" for piano at Alte Schmiede Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria. Concert program titled "Das Andere Amerika"; 7pm.
  • January 19: A short concert of electroacoustic works including "Intellectual Property", "Mouseketier Praxis", "Plundergraphic", "Pre-Composition", & the premiere of "Echolalia" at the newly renovated CCRMAStanford University, 8pm, free.
  • January 25: Lecture to the Composition Colloquium at Columbia University, New York City, 4:10-6pm, Dodge room 620. Including a performance of "Entre Funérailles IV" by flutist Margaret Lancaster.

February 2006

  • February 1: Duo Runedako—Ruth Neville & Daniel Koppelman—premiere "On the Nature of the Modern Age" for piano duo and electronics at Furman College, Greenville, South Carolina.
  • February 3: Presentation to the composition community, DePaul University School of Musi, Chicago, noon-1:30. Room 214.
  • February 3: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a concert at the Music Institute of Chicago, Evanston, Illinois. 8pm. $15.
  • February 6: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is performed at the Austin Museum of Art in Austin, Texas on the Audio Inversions New Music Series. 9th and Congress, Austin.
  • February 9: Presentation/Conversation with Stanford students at Soto Residence Hall. 6pm.
  • February 13-17: Residency as Guest Composer of the LSU 61st Festival of Contemporary Music, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.
    • February 13: Composers Forum lecture presentation at 4pm. Feature Concert at 8pm: The Music of Mark Applebaum with performances by the LSU Contemporary Music Ensemble of "Wristwatch: Geology" for players tapping stones, "Mobile for Paper" for players tearing and crumpling paper, "Hymn" for saxophone quartet, "Catfish" for percussion trio, "Intellectual Property" for disklavier and improvising pianist, "Neo-Tribes" for alto saxophone, "Meditation" for piano 6-hands, "Mouseketier Praxis" for electroacoustic sound-sculpture, and "Tlön" for 3 conductors and no players.
    • February 14: Computer Music Seminar at 9am. An informal Jazz Piano Recital and Master Class at 5:30pm. Valentine's Day Concert including a jazz duo performance with Brian McWhorter, trumpet, 7pm.
    • February 15: Composition Master Class, time tba. Electroacoustic Music Concert including performances of "Plundergraphic" for 8-channel tape and acoustic instrumentalists, "Snagglepuss ReMix" and selections from "The Janus ReMixes" for 2-channel tape, and "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape; 8pm.
    • February 16: LSU Music Department Forum lecture presentation; 1:30pm.
    • February 17: Brian McWhorter Recital. Performance of Entre Funérailles I for trumpet; 8pm.
  • February 20: Late-evening feature concert of original electroacoustic music at the festival Stockholm New Music, Sweden. During the concert day called "Speaking with Angels." Performances of "Wristwatch: Geology" for players tapping and rubbing stones, "Sargasso ReMix" for 2-channel tape, "Mouseketier Praxis" for mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics, "Snagglepuss ReMix" for 2-channel tape, "Plundergraphic" for 8-channel tape and instrumentalists, and "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape. At the Alcazar club in Nalen, Stockholm, 10pm.
  • February 22: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a concert at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Rowe Arts Auditorium, Charlotte, NC, 8pm.
  • February 24: Solo evening concert of original works at Duke University on the Encounters: With the Music of Our Time series. Performances of "Wristwatch: Geology" for players tapping and rubbing stones, "Meditation" for piano 6-hands, "Sargasso ReMix" for 2-channel tape, "Mouseketier Praxis" for mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics, "Snagglepuss ReMix" for 2-channel tape, "Plundergraphic" for 8-channel tape and instrumentalists, "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape, and selected works for jazz piano; Nelson Music Room in the East Duke Building at 8pm. Additional lecture to the composition seminar at 4pm.
  • February 27: Duo Runedako—Ruth Neville & Daniel Koppelman—perform "On the Nature of the Modern Age" for piano duo and electronics on the Music at the Forefront series at the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music, Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Bryan Recital Hall, 8pm.

March 2006

  • March 3: Lecture at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2:30-4:30pm.
  • March 14: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at AES — the San Francisco section meeting of the Audio Engineering Society, CCRMA, Stanford University.
  • March 15: Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics performance at the Community School of Music and Arts, Mountain View, California. Tateuchi Hall, 7pm.
  • March 18: The Louisiana State University Percussion Ensemble performs "Catfish" at the Percussive Arts Society Day of Percussion. McNeese University, Louisiana.
  • March 23: Saxophonist Griffin Campbell performs "Neo-Tribes" at the University of New Mexico, 8pm.
  • March 25: Paper presentation and performance with sound-sculptures at the NYU symposium Current Free Practices in Music and Poetry. New York City. Details TBA.
  • March 31: "Echolalia" —22 dadaist rituals with live electronics— is performed at SEAMUS at the University of Oregon, Eugene. Beall Hall, 2pm.
  • March 31: "Martian Anthropology 7•8•9" is premiered by The Paul Dresher Ensemble. Theater Artaud, San Francisco, 8pm.

April 2006

  • April 1: "Martian Anthropology 7•8•9" is performed by The Paul Dresher Ensemble. Theater Artaud, San Francisco, 8pm.
  • April 6: Panel presentation for The Commonwealth Club of California Arts Forum: Success or Selling Out? Idealism in the Music Industry along with John Lucasey (producer of Green Day), Victor Krummenacher (bassist for Camper Van Beethoven), May Pole (emerging pop artist), & David Conte (professor of composition, SF Conservatory). 7:30pm, Mezzanine, 444 Jessie St., San Francisco.
  • April 7-9: "5:3", "Wristwatch: Geology", and "Mobile for Paper" are performed at the Northwest Percussion Festival by the Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble at Central Washington University.
  • April 14: Potter College Spring Colloquium presentation: "Collision, Failure, Schizophrenia and other Research Methods". Potter Lounge, Stanford University, noon.
  • April 17: Portrait concert of works for digital media on the Digital Arts Concert series at the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music, Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Program includes: Echolalia, Elegy ReMix, Anesthesia ReMix, Tlön ReMix, Mouseketier Praxis, Meditation, Wristwatch: Geology, Mobile for Paper, Andy, Pre-Composition, and Dr. Applebaum, why don't you use your powers for good instead of evil? They laughed at me at the university, ellipses. Bryan Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • April 25: Three lectures at Oberlin College: music technology seminars from 11:00-11:30 & 1:30-2:45, and composition forum 6:30-7:45.
  • April 26: Portrait concert of chamber works at Oberlin College. The program includes Wristwatch: Geology, Intellectual Property, Snagglepuss ReMix, Entre Funérailles IV, Omnibus Etude, Mobile for Paper, Echolalia, Mouseketier Praxis, and Pre-Composition. Warner Concert Hall, 8pm.
  • April 26: Meditation for piano 6-hands is performed at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Robinson Hall, 3pm.
  • April 28: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the NewStage Festival, CCRMA, Stanford University. Courtyard tape music concert at 7:30pm. Panel discussion on April 29 at 1:30pm.

May 2006

  • May 1: "Catfish" for percussion trio is performed by the California State University Sacramento Percussion Ensemble. Music Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • May 19: Duo Runedako—Ruth Neville & Daniel Koppelman—perform "On the Nature of the Modern Age" for piano duo and electronics at Lisafest, Furman College, Greenville, South Carolina.

June 2006

  • June 5: Mouseketier Praxis for sound-sculpture and live electronics is performed at IRCAM in Paris in the Espace de Projection concert hall during NIME 06 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Espro Concert, 6:30pm.
  • June 24: Matthew Jenkins and Jon Hepfer perform "Ferneyhough ReMix" for two percussion and tape at the New England Conservatory of Music Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice, 5:30pm.

July 2006

  • July 5: Saxophonist Griffin Campbell performs the European premiere of "Neo-Tribes" in Ljubljana, Slovenia at the World Saxophone Congress. Stih Hall, 11:30am.

September 2006

  • September 7: Lecture at Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1pm.
  • September 20: Solo jazz piano recital at the Community School of Music and Arts, Mountain View, California. Tateuchi Hall, 7pm.
  • September 22: Presentation on Creativity and Invention —including performances with the Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics, at the Stanford University Freshman Orientation, Memorial Auditorium. 10:30am.
  • September 22: Carol Morgan performs "Heliopolis" and "Cosmo Drama" from "Disciplines" for piano at Alte Schmiede Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria. Concert program titled "Das Andere Amerika"; 7pm.
  • September 28: Mind Altering Concert: A 60-minute space improvisation for Mouseketier sound-sculpture and freaky live electronics. Stanford University, Kimball Hall, 8pm, free. Bring pillows.

October 2006

  • October 9: Premiere of "Magnetic North" for the Meridian Arts Ensemble with Mark Applebaum, sound-sculpture and live electronics, at Symphony Space, New York City. 7pm.
  • October 16: Performance of "Magnetic North" for soloist (percussion) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at State University of New York at Buffalo. (Date TBD.)
  • October 18: Performance and lecture on "Magnetic North" for soloist (percussion) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at State University of New York at Fredonia. Arts and Humanities Forum: What the Hell is Happening to Art? Rosch Recital Hall.
  • October 19: Concert performance of "Magnetic North" for soloist (percussion) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at State University of New York at Fredonia.
  • October 22: Live radio broadcast of "Magnetic North" for soloist (sound-sculpture) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble from the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland. "Spiegelzaal" radio program hosted by Hans van den Boom. 10am.
  • October 24: Performance of "Magnetic North" for soloist (sound-sculpture) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble in Amsterdam, Holland at the Muziekgebouw. 8:30pm. Tickets 20/25 Euros.
  • October 26: Presentation and piano performance at the Larkin Residence Hall, Stanford University. 6pm.
  • October 29: Performance of "Magnetic North" for soloist (percussion) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble in Eindhoven, Holland. Muziekcentrum Frits Philips Chamber Music Hall, noon.
  • October 29: "Sargasso (83+)" for solo cello is performed by William Jason Raynovich at Sonic Impact—New Music Chicago. At the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

November 2006

  • November 3: Presentation at the University of Virginia Colloquium Series, including a performance of Echolalia. Charlottesville, Virginia, 3:30pm.
  • November 4: Premiere of "Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart", a multi-channel piece (for an Everglade Records DVD initiative) at the Third Practice Festival, University of Richmond, Virginia.
  • November 11: Performance of Plundergraphic for live instrumentalists and 8-channel tape at ICMC, Tulane University, New Orleans. 1:30pm.
  • November 20: Composition lessons and a lecture (3pm) at the University of Oregon, Eugene as guest composition professor.
  • November 20: Duo Runedako—Ruth Neville & Daniel Koppelman—perform "On the Nature of the Modern Age" for piano duo and electronics on the University of California at San Diego. Erickson Hall, 11am.
  • November 30: Pianist Chryssie Nanou performs "Elegy" at a solo piano recital at CCRMA, Stanford University, 8pm.

December 2006

  • December 5: Class concert of Experimental Musical Instruments, including performances of "48 Objects," John Zorn's "Cobra," and original student works. CCRMA Sound Stage, Stanford University, 8pm, free.
  • December 10: Zach Crystal and Jon Hepfer perform "Ferneyhough ReMix" for two percussion and tape at the Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, Ohio. Warner Concert Hall.
  • December 10-15: Concerts and presentations as Residency Program Visiting Artist at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada. Principal lecture on December 10.
  • December 15: Feature concert at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada. Includes performances of Mouseketier Praxis, Wristwatch: Geology, Wristwatch: Meridian, Wristwatch: Alien Argot, Mobile for Paper, 48 Objects, Snagglepuss ReMix, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Intellectual Property, 5:3, Pre-Composition, and Plundergraphic. 7:30pm.

January 2007

  • January 23: Pre-concert lecture for the SO Percussion Quartet, Stanford University Kimball Residence Hall. 6pm.
  • January 24: Moderator for the Stanford Lively Arts post-concert discussion with the SO Percussion Quartet. Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm.
  • January 31: Popcorn! An evening of bizarre and beautiful music videos curated by Mark Applebaum. Stanford University, CCRMA Stage, 8pm. Admission is free.

February 2007

  • February 2: A panel discussion on improvisation and creativity for the Stanford Lively Arts' American Mavericks project. Featuring a performance by [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—and conversation with Joseph Horowitz, Anthony de Mare, and Steve Mayer. Campbell Recital Hall, 2:15.
  • February 3: "Intellectual Property" for disklavier and improvising pianist is performed at American Mavericks. Stanford University Lively Arts, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8pm.
  • February 5: "Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart" for four channel tape is presented at the University of Louisville School of Music. Malcom Bird Recital Hall, 8pm.

March 2007

  • March 4: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the Montana State University Multimedia Series—"A Meditation on Technology." Reynolds Recital Hall, 7:30pm.
  • March 5: Brian McWhorter performs "Entre Funérailles I" for solo trumpet at the University of Oregon, Eugene Sound-Bytes New Music Series. 11:54am-12:08pm.
  • March 6: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—in concert at Mills College. A collaboration with Mills College improvisers. Including performances of "Wristwatch: Geology", "Wristwatch: Meridian", and "48 Objects". 8pm.
  • March 7: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—in concert with guest artist Fred Frith and Mills College improvisers. Including performances of "Wristwatch: Geology", "Wristwatch: Meridian", and "48 Objects". Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • March 12: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the Western Oregon University annual electroacoustic music festival.
  • March 28: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the University of Indianapolis. Ruth Lilly Performance Hall. 7:30pm.

April 2007

  • April 2: Performance for soloist and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at Cleveland State University. Drinko Recital Hall, 8pm. Also: lecture to the composition seminar from 4-5pm.
  • April 4: Performance for soloist and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at Kent State University.
  • April 12-14: Performance by Duo Runedako—Ruth Neville & Daniel Koppelman—of "On the Nature of the Modern Age" for piano duo and electronics at the Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival. University of Florida, Gainesville. Precise date TBA.
  • April 22: Portrait concert at the SONORITIES Festival, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland. Includes performances of Pre-Composition, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Mouseketier Praxis, Intellectual Property, 48 Objects, Wristwatch: Geology, Wristwatch: Meridian, Plundergraphic, & Meditation. 7:30pm at the Sonic Lab at SARC. Lecture to the composition community in the MultiMedia Room at 5pm.
  • April 25: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a Faculty Showcase concert at Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium. 8pm.
  • April 26: A new orchestral work—Sock Monkey—is premiered by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra. Stanford University, Dinkelspiel Auditorium. 8pm.
  • April 29: An improvisation for the Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture with Jonathan Goldstein, percussion, on his senior recital. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall. 2:30pm.

May 2007

  • May 7: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented by Paul Rudy at the University of Hull, Scarborough, England.
  • May 15: Strings Apart: A networked piano duo concert with Mark Applebaum performing on the CCRMA Stage, Stanford University, and Pedro Rebelo performing at SARC, Belfast, Ireland. 12:15pm (PST); 8:15pm (GMT).
  • May 15: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented by Paul Rudy at the University of Malmö, Sweden.
  • May 17: Lecture-demonstration at the Stanford University Dean's Dinner. Schiff Residence Hall Lounge, 6pm.
  • May 18: "Entre Funérailles IV" for solo flute is performed by Lisa Goethe-McGinn at the Chicago Composers Forum: Music + Art series. Zhou B Center for the Arts, 7pm.
  • May 29: Presentation at the Stanford University Department of Computer Science Future Faculty Seminar. 4:15pm.

June 2007

  • June 7: Disparate Bodies, a networked performance taking place simultaneously at Stanford University's CCRMA (Mark Applebaum, mouseketier sound-sculpture), Belfast's SARC (with Franziska Schroeder, saxophones), and New York City (with Pedro Rebelo, computer, Tom Davis, remot.bot, and Alain Renaud, frequencyliator) as part of the NIME 07 Festival. 23:30GMT, 6:30pm EST, 3:30pm PST.
  • June 12: Performance of "Sargasso (83+)" for cello by Séverine Ballon at the Musiques des Mesurées Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France. 1:00pm.

July 2007

  • July 6: Lecture to the Stanford University International Students. Community Speaker Series, 3:15pm.
  • July 12: Let It Fester For A While, an improvisation ensemble directed by Brian McWhorter, performs "Mobile for Paper". Lillis Business Center Atrium, University of Oregon, Eugene, 5pm.

August 2007

  • August 26: The sextet "The Composer's Middle Period" is premiered by the sfSound Ensemble. ODC Theater in the Mission (3153 17th Street), San Francisco. 8pm.
  • August 27-31: "Improvisation and Experimentation: Creative Approaches to Making and Teaching Music," a workshop in Singapore at Republic Polytechnic School of Technology for the Arts.
  • August 27: Concert of the Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo at Singapore Republic Polytechnic. 7:30pm.
  • August 29: Mark Applebaum portrait concert, including performances on the Mouseketier sound-sculpture with live electronics, in Singapore. Performances of Mousektier Praxis, Pre-Composition, Snagglepuss ReMix, Narcissus ReMix, Meditation, Intellectual Property, and Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart. Singapore Republic Polytechnic. 7:30pm.
  • August 30: Lecture at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore. 7pm.
  • August 31: SEA-[sic] (The Southeast Asian Stanford Improvisation Collective) Concert in Singapore. Includes performnaces of Wristwatch: Geology, Wristwatch: Meridian, Plundergraphic, 48 Objects, Mobile for Paper, S-tog, and 5:3. Singapore Republic Polytechnic.

September 2007

  • September 11: An interview with Chris Danforth on Minnesota Public Radio's "Performance Today." 99.5 fm in Minneapolis; see also mpr.org. Noon.
  • September 14: The Meridian Arts Ensemble perform the excerpt "Mantra I" from "Magnetic North." Manhattan School of Music, Borden Auditorium, New York. 7:30pm.
  • September 16: The Meridian Arts Ensemble, with guest trumpet soloist Peter Evans, performs "Magnetic North" at the Festival of New Trumpet Music. Manhattan School of Music, New York, Borden Auditorium.
  • September 18: Advice for New Faculty Members panel. Stanford University, 3:30-5:00.
  • September 30: The seven-work cycle Sum=Parts for chamber orchestra is performed by Inauthentica featuring Mark Menzies. Chapman Conservatory of Music, Salmon Recital Hall, Orange, CA. 5pm.
    • 56 1/2 ft. for chamber orchestra
    • Authenticity for trumpet solo
    • Integrity for 2 percussion & piano
    • Depth for trombone & contrabass
    • Merit for wind quintet
    • Seriousness for string trio
    • 56 1/2 ft. (reprise) for chamber orchestra

October 2007

  • October 4: Mark Applebaum and Tom Nunn perform a concert of sound-sculpture solos and duos at Stanford University's Chamber Music Live festival. CCRMA Stage, 8pm. Free.
  • October 12: The Jazz Improviser's Mind: A lecture and mini-concert for the Stanford Reunion Homecoming series Classes without Quizzes. 3:15-4:15. Campbell Recital Hall.
  • October 15: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the Ai-Maako, Festival Internacional de Musica Electroacustica de Santiago, Santiago, Chile. 8pm.
  • October 17: Carol Morgan performs "Disciplines" for piano at the Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg, Austria.
  • October 24: The St. Lawrence String Quartet performs an excerpt from "20" at the Daniel Pearl Memorial Concert, Stanford University Memorial Church, 8pm. Free.

November 2007

  • November 2: A lecture to the University of California, Berkeley composition colloquium. Morrison Hall 117; 3:30pm.
  • November 5: The Baylor Percussion Group performs "Catfish" at Baylor University.
  • November 7: A lecture on contemporary music featured in the 2007-2008 Stanford University Lively Arts concert series. Cantor Arts Center, 7pm, free.
  • November 12: Bay Area new music ensemble Earplay performs "Entre Funérailles IV" for flute in San Francisco at the Herbst Theater.
  • November 13: Double Bar Line Fire Drill: A concert of new chamber pieces by Stanford Composers including Applebaum's "Theme In Search of Variations II". Stanford University, 8pm. Free.
  • November 14: Brett Dietz performs "Entre Funérailles II" for solo vibraphone at the University of North Texas.
  • November 22: Berndt Thurner performs "Entre Funérailles II" for solo vibraphone at Alte Schmiede Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria.

January 2008

  • January 4: Jon Hepfer performs "Entre Funérailles II" for solo vibraphone at the Duo Echoi concert at Zeitgeist's Studio Z in St. Paul, MN; 8pm.

February 2008

  • February 20: Popcorn! An evening of bizarre and beautiful music videos curated by Mark Applebaum. Stanford University, CCRMA Stage, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • February 24: Performance of "Magnetic North" for soloist (sound-sculpture) and brass quintet by the Meridian Arts Ensemble at Stanford University—The Stanford Lively Arts. 2:30pm, Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Tickets through the Stanford Lively Arts.

March 2008

  • March 1: Beta Collide (flute, trumpet, piano, percussion) premiere works composed by students of the Wet Ink composition collective in response to Mark Applebaum's "Theme In Search of Variations III." Campbell Recital Hall, 2:30pm. Admission is free.
  • March 2: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—in concert with guest artists Scott Rosenberg & Beta Collide. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • March 7: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—performs for a highly sophisticated and critical audience of 3- and 4-year olds at the Bing Nursery School, Stanford University, 3pm.
  • March 11: QUBE performs "S-tog" (Justin Yang's animated score version) at SARC at Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland. 5pm.
  • March 15: The Baylor Percussion Group performs "Catfish" at the International Festival-Institute at Round Top, Round Top, Texas.
  • March 28: Hajdi Elzeser peforms "Elegy" for solo piano at the Days of Macedonian Music, Skopje, Macedonia.

April 2008

  • April 5: Beta Colllide performs "Theme In Search of Variations III" for flute, trumpet, piano, and percussion at Willamette College, Oregon. 7pm, free.
  • April 17: "How to Listen...& Look"—a lecture/demonstration on contemporary music for the Stanford University Lively Arts, featuring performances of "Echolalia" and "Mouseketier Praxis." Cantor Arts Center, 6:30pm, free.
  • April 23: Lecture to the composition colloquium, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 5pm.
  • April 24: Lecture to the composition seminar, Roosevelt University, Chicago. 6-7:15pm.
  • April 25: Improvisation workshop for Music Educators (11am) & lecture to the Composers Forum (2pm) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
  • April 26: Andy Meyerson performs Narcissus: Strata/Panacea at Stanford University. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.

May 2008

  • May 13: Eardrum Percussion Duo performs "Go, Dog. Go!" at the Musikhochschule Freiburg, Germany. 8pm.
  • May 30: A concert with the mouseketier sound-sculpture and live electronics at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel Instrument/Interface Festival in Switzerland. Also, performances of "Pre-Composition", "Plundergraphic", and "Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart." 7pm.
  • May 31: An afternoon workshop presentation on the mouseketier sound-sculpture with live electronics at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel Instrument/Interface Festival in Switzerland.

June 2008

  • June 6: Concert of the Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo at the University of Chicago. Mandel Hall, 3pm.
  • June 19: Atelier presentation of visual art to the Stanford Contemporary Collectors Circle. PINK Studio, 10:30am.
  • June 24: Beta Collide performs "Theme In Search of Variations III" twice at the Astoria Music Festival, Astoria, Oregon. 7:30pm.

July 2008

  • July 5: Premiere of the new chamber work "Medium" by the Quiet Music Ensemble, commissioned by the Quiet Music Festival, Cork, Ireland. The Glucksman Gallery.

August 2008

  • August 1: Solo jazz piano recital at the Stanford Sierra Camp, South Lake Tahoe. 9:30pm.
  • August 2: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the Inventionen Festival in Berlin, Germany. Berlin TU, WFS-Hörsaal 0104, 8:30pm. See also: http://www.inventionen.de/Inventionen_08/
  • August 2: Mind Altering Concert: A mouseketier and live electronics concert under the stars at the Stanford Sierra Camp, South Lake Tahoe. 9pm.
  • August 2: "Elegy" for carillon is performed by Arie Abbenes at the Heiligenkreuz Monstary, Austria.

September 2008

  • September 2: Mind Altering Concert: An outdoor performance with the mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture and live electronics. Location update: the Braun Music Center Courtyard (next to the Campbell Recital Hall), Stanford University, 8pm. Free. (Feel free to bring chairs, pillows, or blankets...) Note Revised Date.
  • September 12: Concert of the Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo at the Community School of Music and Arts, Mountain View, California. Tateuchi Hall, 7pm. Free.
  • September 16: Concert of SO-[sic]—the Sophomore College Stanford Improvisation Collective. Including performances of 48 Objects, Wristwatch: Geology, and 5:3. CCRMA, 8pm. Free.
  • September 17: "Go, Dog. Go!" for two percussion is performed by the Percussion Ensemble Freiburg at the Cracking Bamboo International Percussion Festival, National Academy of Music, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  • September 25: "Go, Dog. Go!" for two percussion is performed by the Percussion Ensemble Freiburg at the Cracking Bamboo International Percussion Festival, National Culture Centre, Vientiane, Laos.
  • September 28: "Go, Dog. Go!" for two percussion is performed by the Percussion Ensemble Freiburg at the Cracking Bamboo International Percussion Festival, Chenla Culture Palace, Phnom Phen, Cambodia.

October 2008

  • October 3: Keyboard Madness! with The Idiom Idiots—Mark Applebaum & Mahan Esfahani perform baroque and jazz repertoire on inappropriate keyboard instruments from the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, & 21st centuries. Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Free.
  • October 12: "Catfish" is performed by the TimeTable percussion trio at the Bloomingdale School of Music, 323 W. 108th St., New York City. David Greer Hall, 3pm.
  • October 17: Brian McWhorter performs "Entre Funérailles I" for solo trumpet. White Stag Building, 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR. 8pm, free.
  • October 18: Brian McWhorter performs Entre Funérailles I for solo trumpet. University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, Eugene. 8pm.
  • October 21: Composers Colloquium presentation with the Adorno Ensemble at San Francisco State University, Knuth Hall, 2-4pm.
  • October 23: The Adorno Ensemble performs "Accretion/Deletion" for string quintet, "Identity Destruction Sport" for septet or strings, percussion, and electric guitar, and "Theme In Search of Variations II" for quintet. Also an electronic music performance for mouseketier sound-sculpture. San Francisco State University, Knuth Hall, 8pm. Free.

November 2008

  • November 8: The Stanford University New Ensemble performs the septet "Identity Destruction Sport." Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • November 9: Performance of "Catfish" by SO Percussion in Petrozavodsk, Russia.
  • November 11: Performance of "Catfish" by SO Percussion at the PRO ARTE Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Hermitage Museum Concert Hall. 8pm.
  • November 12: A public lecture for the PRO ARTE Festival in St. Petersburg. Institute Pro Arte: Peter & Paul Fortress. 6pm.
  • November 13: Applebaum portrait concert of chamber works and electronic music at the PRO ARTE Festival: Mobile for Paper; Wristwatch: Geology; Intellectual Property for disklavier; Snagglepuss ReMix; Elegy for piano; Elegy ReMix; Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart; Plundergraphic; Meditation; Mouseketier Praxis; and Pre-Composition. Performances by Mark Applebaum, SO Percussion, and others. Yamaha Music Center concert hall, St. Petersburg, Russia, 7pm.
  • November 20: Performance of "Catfish" by SO Percussion at the Vitoria Contemporary Music Festival in Spain.
  • November 24: "Janus" for five winds and five strings is performed by the Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble. Pick-Staiger Hall, Evanston, IL. 7:30pm.

December 2008

  • December 4: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—in concert, including a performance of Wristwatch: Geology. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Admission is free.
  • December 5: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—performs for a highly sophisticated and critical audience of 3- and 4-year olds at the Bing Nursery School, Stanford University, 3pm.
  • December 5: "Catfish" is performed by the TimeTable percussion trio at the New York School of Art and Design.
  • December 7: <541> presents Interval 100—new 100-second musical works by Stanford composers paired with new 100-second films by Stanford film-makers. Including a performance of Tlön ReMix. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm. Free.

February 2009

  • February 8: Andrew Kozar performs "Authenticy" for solo trumpet and "The Composer's Middle Period" for sextet at the Manhattan School of Music.
  • February 14: WEX performs Ferneyhough ReMix for percussion duo and tape at the "Open Dag" at Koninklijk Conservatorium, The Hague, Netherlands.

March 2009

  • March 7: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is played at the Virtual Music Week, University of Nebraska, Omaha.
  • March 11: Solo jazz piano recital at the American Cathedral, Paris.
  • March 12: Lecture at the Sorbonne, Paris. Noon-2:00.

April 2009

  • April 1: The Metaphysics of Notation—twelve 10" x 70" score panels and two mobiles—opens at the Cantor Art Center, Stanford University. Musical realizations by various artists on Fridays at noon through March 1, 2010.
  • April 1: The Meridian Arts Ensemble performs "Magnetic North" at SUNY Buffalo, Allen Hall Theater, with live broadcast on WBFO.
  • April 3: TimeTable performs "Catfish" for percussion trio at the Players Theater, New York CIty.
  • April 18: Performances of Mouseketier Praxis and Intellectual Property at the Music and the Brain symposium, CCRMA, Stanford University. 1:30-2:15.

May 2009

  • May 1: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo in concert at the University of Oregon, Eugene, 8pm.
  • May 4: Live performance of The Metaphysics of Notation at the Sound-Bytes New Music Series at the University of Oregon, Eugene. 11:54am-12:08pm.
  • May 4: Lecture to the advanced electronic music seminar, the University of Oregon, 3pm.
  • May 9: Solo jazz piano concert-lecture at Leading Matters, a symposium by the Stanford Alumi Association at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. 3:45pm & 5:15pm.
  • May 15: Mark Applebaum's Concerto for Florist and Ensemble is performed at the Cantor Art Center, Stanford University. With Terry Longshore, Steve Schick, Jane Rigler, Scott Rosenberg, Brian McWhorter, Tom Nunn, Mark Dresser, and James DelPrince, florist. 7pm, free.
  • May 17: Concert by the Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo for the Stanford Jazz Workshop Education Series, 3:30.

June 2009

  • June 3: Net vs. Net networked concert at CCRMA, Stanford, SARC, Belfast, Santiago, Chile, RPI, New York, and Banff, Canada. Performance by Pedro Rebelo, Franziska Schroeder, and Mark Applebaum of "Medium." 12:30pm PST.
  • June 12-23: The Roots and Rhizomes international percussion conference with Steve Schick and others, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada. Premiere of Straitjacket, a new commissioned work for soloist and percussion quartet on June 18, 8pm. Lecture on percussion works on June 15, 10:30am.
  • June 15: WEX performs Ferneyhough ReMix for percussion duo and tape at The Nutshuis, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • June 20: Jazz piano performance on a mixed recital at Carleton College, Northfield, MN, 7pm.
  • June 28: Entre Funérailles II for vibraphone is performed by Mike Truesdell at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival, Lawrence University, WI, 8pm.
  • June 29-July 19: Master Artist residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida.
  • June 30: Evening solo concert of mouseketier sound-sculpture and piano improvisations at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida.

August 2009

  • August 5: The Meridian Arts Ensemble performs Magnetic North at the Teatro Macedonio Alcalá in Oaxaca, Mexico, 8pm.
  • August 31: The LA Percussion Quartet performs "Catfish" at the Woodbridge School, Irvine, CA.
  • August 31-September 4: Lectures and recitals as visiting professor at the University of Chile, Santiago.

September 2009

  • September 1: Solo jazz piano recital at the University of Chile, Santiago. Instituto Chileno-Norteamericano de Cultura, 7:30pm.
  • September 3: Portrait concert of electroacoustic works at the University of Chile, Santiago. Instituto Chileno-Norteamericano de Cultura, 7:30pm. Program includes Wristwatch: Geology, Snagglepuss ReMix, Triple ReMix, Anesthesia ReMix, Tlön ReMix, Pre-Composition, Meditation, Plundergraphic, and 5:3.
  • September 12: The LA Percussion Quartet performs "Catfish" at Chapman University, Orange, CA.
  • September 17: Skeletons in the Closet for 8-channel sound is premiered at Transitions—CCRMA Summer Concert, Stanford University, 7pm, free.
  • September 27: The Musikhochscule Freiburg Percussion Group performs Catfish and Entre Funérailles II in concert on SWR (German Radio).
  • September 29: Lecture to the Young Siew Toh Conservatory, Singapore, Digital Visitors Series.
  • September 30: The LA Percussion Quartet performs "Catfish" at Renaissance Arts Academy, Eagle Rock, CA.

October 2009

  • October 8: Mouseketier sound-sculpture performance at the Daniel Pearl Memorial Concert. Stanford University, Memorial Church, 8pm, free.
  • October 9: Performance with Japanese ensemble Sound Gear of Keiko Harada's "Structured Improvisation I-X". Stanford University, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm, free.
  • October 16: Plundergraphic is performed at GEMA: Gabinete de Electroacústica para la Música de Arte at the University of Chile, Santiago by Mario Mora and Juan Pablo Caceres.
  • October 21: Lecture at Yale University to the Envisioning Music: The Art of Musical Notation seminar, 9:30am.
  • October 22: Lecture to the joint Composition Seminar of the Yale University School of Music and Department of Music, 2:30pm.
  • October 31: The Quiet Music Ensemble performs "Medium" for quartet at the Dublin Electronic Arts Festival. Filmbase, Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland, 7pm.

November 2009

  • November 6: Meridian Arts Ensemble performs Magnetic North at FENAM—The Festival of New American Music, Cal State Sacramento, Music Recital Hall 8pm.
  • November 7: Meridian Arts Ensemble performs Magnetic North at UC Davis Mondavi Center, 7pm.
  • November 14: Performances by Brian McWhorter of Echolalia, and Plundergraphic at Jornadas de Creación Musical Instrumenta en la Fonoteca Nacional in Mexico City.

December 2009

  • December 5: Mouseketier sound-sculpture performance and lecture at the Day of Percussion, California State University, Sacramento, 2pm. Also, a performance of "Catfish" for percussion trio at 4pm.
  • December 5: "Catfish" for percussion trio is performed at the Oberlin College Conservatory by Ryan Packard.

January 2010

  • January 13: Straitjacket for percussion solo and percussion quartet is performed by Eric Derr and company in Canada at La Sala Rossa, 4848 St. Laurent, Montreal, 8pm.
  • January 16: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is presented at a BEAST event at the University of Birmingham, George Cadbury Hall, 998 Bristol Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham, England.
  • January 16: The Meridian Arts Ensemble performs Magnetic North at the Abrahms Arts Center, Henry St. Settlement, New York City, 8pm.
  • January 17: 'Ars Nova presents the Meridian Arts Ensemble in a performance of Magnetic North at the International House, Philadelphia, 8pm.
  • January 19: "Pre-Composition" for 8-channel tape is presented at the Institute of Sonology, Royal Conservatory, Arnold Schoenberg Hall, Netherlands, 10:30.

February 2010

  • February 5: Performance of the Metaphysics of Notation, on display at the Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater at the Armory, by Catlin Gabel School drama students. Portland, OR. Noon.
  • February 10: A performance with the mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture at the Phillips Brooks School, Menlo Park.
  • February 12: Performance of the Metaphysics of Notation, on display at the Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater at the Armory, by Blum Blum Shub Sound Poetry Coincidence. Portland, OR. Noon.
  • February 13: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a concert at the Castro Valley Center for the Arts, 19501 Redwood Road, Castro Valley, CA, 7:30pm. www.cvartsfoundation.org.
  • February 18: Steve Schick performs "Straitjacket" for solo percussion and percussion quartet at the Eastman Conservatory of Music, Rochester, NY.
  • February 18: A performance of Jonathan Norton's graphical piece at the CCRMA Winter Concert, Stanford University, CCRMA, 8pm.
  • February 19: Performance of the Metaphysics of Notation, on display at the Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater at the Armory, by the Quadrophonnes Saxophone Quartet. Portland, OR. Noon.
  • February 19: Catfish for percussion trio is performed by the Volta Trio at Onandaga Community College, Storer Auditorium, Syracuse, NY, 2:30pm.
  • February 26: [sic]—The Stanford Improvisation Collective—gives the final performance of The Metaphysics of Notation, (realized weekly since April, 2009). Stanford University, Cantor Art Center, noon.
  • February 26: Performance of the Metaphysics of Notation, on display at the Portland Center Stage, Gerding Theater at the Armory, by dance artist Linda Austin. Portland, OR. Noon.

March 2010

  • March 4: [sic]—The Stanford Improvisation Collective—performs at CCRMA, Stanford, 8pm, free.
  • March 5: Straitjacket for percussion solo plus percussion quartet is performed by Aiyun Huang and the McGill Percussion Ensemble at the Musical Gesture — Gestural Music conference in Montreal. McGill University, REDPATH Hall, 8pm.
  • March 5: The Third Angle ensemble performs The Metaphysics of Notation in Portland, Oregon at Chance/Perchance. 7:30pm. Hollywood Theater, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd.
  • March 5: Steve Schick leads the European premiere of Straitjacket for percussion solo plus percussion quartet in Basel, Switzerland at the Internationale Gesellschaft für Neue Musik.
  • March 12: [sic]—the Stanford Improvisation Collective—performs for a highly sophisticated and critical audience of 3- and 4-year olds at the Bing Nursery School, Stanford University, 3pm.
  • March 27: Racketology performs a version of The Metaphysics of Notation at the Wayward Music Series, Chapel Performance Space of the Good Shepherd Center, Wallingford neighborhood, Seattle, 8pm.
  • March 30: "Mousetraps, Metaphysics, & Straitjackets: Ontological Problems in the Composition and Performance of Mark Applebaum's Music," a lecture at CIRMMT, at McGill University, Montreal, 6:30pm.
  • March 31: Works for percussion are performed at McGill University, Montreal under the direction of Aiyun Huang. The concert includes "Straitjacket", "5:3", "Catfish", and "Tlön" for 3 conductors and no players.

April 2010

  • April 2: Mike Truesdell performs Narcissus: Strata/Panacea for solo marimba at the Juilliard School, New York City, Bruno Walter Studio, 8pm.
  • April 4: The premiere of 7 One-Minute Canons (1994!) for flute, vibraphone, and cello takes place at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music's Hot Air Festival.
  • April 13: Brian McWhorter and Beta Collide perform Echolalia at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Beall Hall.
  • April 14: Melanie S. T. Sehman performs "Entre Funérailles II" for solo vibraphone at City University of New York, Queensborough, 1:15pm.
  • April 16: Brian McWhorter and Beta Collide perform Echolalia in Portland, Oregon at the White Stag Building.
  • April 20: Tlön, for 3 conductors and no players, is performed at the University of Oregon, Eugene.
  • April 23: [sic] performs the animated score version of "The Metaphysics of Notation" at Art+Invention, Stanford University, Memorial Auditorium, 7pm.
  • April 24: Andy Bliss and the nief-norf project perform "Straitjacket" at the IUPUI Intermedia Festival in Indianapolis. Concert #6: 4:30pm.
  • April 24: Catfish is performed by the Volta Trio at the Central New York Day of Percussion, Onandaga Community College, Storer Auditorium, Syracuse, NY, 1:00pm.
  • April 25: Jon Hepfer and the Freiburg Percussion Ensemble performs "Straitjacket" at the Two Days and Two Nights Festival in Odessa, Ukraine. Closing concert at 2am!

May 2010

  • May 1: Jacob Walls performs Entre Funérailles I for solo trumpet at Williams College, Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, 4pm.
  • May 5: Parker Bert and players perform "Straitjacket" for percussion solo plus percussion quartet at McGill University, Montreal, New Music Building, 8pm, free.
  • May 9: Jay Johnson performs the marimba solo Narcissus: Strata/Panacea at Carleton College, Northfield, MN. Concert Hall.
  • May 10: Robert Ponto, David Vickerman, and John Dodge perform Tlön for 3 conductors and no players at the University of Oregon, Eugene. Beall Concert Hall, 8pm.
  • May 11: Steve Schick and red fish blue fish perform Straitjacket for percussion solo plus percussion quartet at the University of California, San Diego, 8pm. Also, a lecture to the Focus Seminar, 5pm.
  • May 21 & 22: The Stanford Synphony Orchestra performs "Martian Anthropology 2" in two concerts dedicated to the memory of conductor Karla Lemon. (With the Berlioz Requiem.) Stanford Memorial Church, 8pm.
  • May 27: Wet Ink performs "Landscape" for piano trio at the Festival of New American Music in New York City. Roulette, 20 Greene St., 8pm.

June 2010

  • June 12: counter)induction performs the animated score version of "The Metaphysics of Notation" at the International Community of Auditory Display conference, George Washington University, Washington DC.

July 2010

  • July 19: Aiyun Huang & Tom Rosenkranz premiere Curb Weight Surgical Field for grand piano and two players at the SoundScape Festival 2010, Comune Di Maccagno, Auditorium, Maccagno, Italy.

September 2010

  • September 4: A new duo for clarinet, extracted from the octet Coat Room, is performed at the Hammer Museum, UCLA during the Little William Theater Festival of New Music. 1pm.
  • September 6: A version of The Metaphysics of Notation is performed by Bonnie Whiting Smith and Chris Tonelli at the Frederick Street Sound and Light Exploration Society, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • September 17: Cerberus Percussion performs Catfish, for percussion trio, at Kavarna, Decatur, GA, 9pm.
  • September 18: A new duo for tuba, extracted from the octet Coat Room, is performed at the Hammer Museum, UCLA during the Little William Theater Festival of New Music. 1pm.
  • September 24: Lecture to the San Francisco Conservatory of Music composition colloquium, 3pm.
  • September 25: A new duo for violin, extracted from the octet Coat Room, is performed at the Hammer Museum, UCLA during the Little William Theater Festival of New Music. 1pm.
  • September 25: The Volta Trio performs Catfish at the Choate School, Chase-Bear Experimental Theater, Rosemary Hall, Wallington, CT. 7:30pm.

October 2010

  • October 4: Composition colloquium for the Harvard University Group for New Music. Noon.
  • October 4: Aiyun Huang & Tom Rosenkranz perform Curb Weight Surgical Field for grand piano and two players at Bowling Green State University. Bryan Hall 8pm.
  • October 5: Steve Sehman performs Entre Funérailles II for vibraphone at St. Peter's Church in Manhattan. 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th, 8pm.
  • October 5: Lecture to the composition seminar at Boston University. 12:30pm.
  • October 6: Lecture to the composition community at Northeastern University. Noon.
  • October 6: Aiyun Huang & Tom Rosenkranz perform Curb Weight Surgical Field for grand piano and two players at Oakland University, Detroit, Michigan. Varner Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • October 7: Brandeis University composition colloquium. 4:00pm.
  • October 7: Aiyun Huang & Tom Rosenkranz perform Curb Weight Surgical Field for grand piano and two players at the Oberlin Conservatory. Orchestra Room, 8pm.
  • October 14: Robert Arnold's documentary on The Metaphysics of Notation is shown at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, at 9pm.
  • October 16: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs its 112-year birthday concert (Bob is 69, Mark is 43). Piedmont Piano Concert Hall, 1728 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland. 4pm. Free; optional donations will be applied to Pakistan flood relief.
  • October 26: Benjamin Binder performs Pause for solo piano at Boston University. Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Ave, 12:30pm.

November 2010

  • November 5: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is presented at the AES Convention, Stanford University, CCRMA, 3pm.
  • November 13: Inside the Jazz Improviser's Mind, a lecture-demonstration for Stanford Continuing Studies. Campbell Recital Hall, 11am.
  • November 13: A new duo for accordion, extracted from the octet Coat Room, is performed at the Hammer Museum, UCLA during the Little William Theater Festival of New Music. 1pm
  • November 15: A presentation at the CCRMA Colloquium. Stanford University, CCRMA, 5:15-7:00.

December 2010

  • December 8: The Juilliard Percussion Ensemble performs Straitjacket for percussion quartet and percussion soloist at Alice Tully Hall, NYC.
  • December 10: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is presented at Harvard University on the HYDRA Sound/Space Experience progam. John Knowles Paine Concert Hall; free.
  • December 13: A morning concert and lecture-demonstration on the mouseketier sound-sculpture to the discerning kindergartners of the Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA.
  • December 15-16: The Metaphysics of Notation is presented on video loop at the Scores & Music Conference at the Orpheus Music Research Institute in Ghent, Belgium.
  • December 16: futureCities performs Go, Dog. Go! for percussion duo at the Gershwin Hotel, 7 E. 27th St., NYC. Tickets: $10.

January 2011

  • January 13: An improvisation workshop on John Zorn's Cobra for the Menuhin Music Program of the Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA. 11:30am.
  • January 13: Andy Bliss performs Entre Funérailles II for solo vibraphone at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC.
  • January 20: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is presented at the UCSD Sonic Diasporas Festival. Conrad Prebys Hall, 3pm. Also, a public conversation with composer Paul Dresher, 8pm keynote event.
  • January 21: The Skin & Bones percussion duo premiere 40 Cryptograms at UCSD, Conrad Prebys Hall, 10am.
  • January 27: Lecture to the BYU composition seminar (3pm), master class with the Group for Experimental Music (4pm), and evening concert performances of Intellectual Property, Pre-Composition, and the Metaphysics of Notation at BYU's Utah Crosstalk, 7:30pm, Provo, UT.

February 2011

  • February 6: Coat Room for 2 violins, 2 clarinets, 2 tubas, and 2 accordions, is performed at Machine Project in Los Angeles.
  • February 7: Performance of Straitjacket for percussion soloist and percussion quartet by Mike Truesdell at the Juilliard School, NYC, Willson Black Box Theater.
  • February 8: Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape is played at the Boston Modern Orchestra Project's Club Concert Series. Club Oberon, 2 Arrow St., Cambridge, 7:30pm.
  • February 16: Nicholas Isherwood premieres Aphasia—Dialect for mutated voice and hand gestures. Stanford Lively Arts, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • February 17: Andy Bliss performs Entre Funérailles II for solo vibraphone at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke.
  • February 19: Cerberus performs Catfish for percussion trio at the Laboratory, Gainesville, FL. 6pm.
  • February 21: An evening portrait concert at the University of Florida, Gainesville. The program includes Skeletons in the Closet, Wristwatch: Geology, Meditation, Tlön, The Metaphysics of Notation, 48 Objects, Mobile for Paper, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Pre-Composition, two jazz piano performances, and performances of Catfish and Go, Dog. Go! by Atlanta-based percussion ensemble Cerberus. Elegy, for carillon, will also be performed during the day. Also a master class and afternoon lecture.
  • February 22: FutureCities performs Go, Dog. Go! at Louisiana State University.
  • February 22: Charles Underriner performs DNA and S-tog at at Cal Arts, Valencia, CA. Chamber Music at Noon, Main Gallery.
  • February 26: Lecture-demonstration on jazz improvisation for the Stanford Parents Weekend, Dinkelspiel Hall, 10:30am.
  • February 28: Terry Longshore presents "Seeing is Hearing: Degrees of Interpretation in Rendering Modern Percussion Works" as the inaugural presentation at the Southern Oregon University Distinguished Lecture Series. Includes performances of Straitjacket, and Mobile for Paper and a discussion of The Metaphysics of Notation.

March 2011

  • March 1: Peformance of 48 Objects by the Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble, Ashland, OR.
  • March 1: Erik Ulman performs The Metaphysics of Notation at the Music Library, Braun Music Center, Stanford University, noon.
  • March 1: Beta Collide performs the Metaphysics of Notation at the University of Oregon, Eugene. Beall Hall, 8pm.
  • March 3: Chris Clarino and Sean Connors perform Ferneyhough ReMix at the Eastman School, Rochester, NY.
  • March 5: Solo jazz piano concert sponsored by the Stanford Women's Club of the East Bay at the Lafayette Library concert space. Lafayette, CA, 2pm.
  • March 10: The University of Kentucky Percussion Group performs Straitjacket. Singletary Center for the Arts Recital Hall, Lexington, 7:30pm.
  • March 10: Annual concert by [sic]—The Stanford Improvisation Collective. Includes performances of 48 Objects, Wristwatch: Geology, Wristwatch: Meridian, and 5:3. CCRMA, 8pm.
  • March 12: Afternoon jazz piano recital for the Carleton College Alumni Club of San Diego. St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Parish Hall, Del Mar, CA, 2pm.
  • March 12 & 13: The La Jolla Civic Orchestra premieres the three-movement Concerto for Florist and Orchestra. Steven Schick, conductor, James DelPrince, performance florist. UCSD Mandeville Auditorium. March 12 at 8pm; March 13 at 3pm.
  • March 13: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at San Francisco State University.
  • March 15: Lecture at LAbORATORIUM, a course for the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, Belgium. Studio 3, deSingel, 2pm.
  • March 16: Performances of DNA for guitar and The Plate of Transition Nourishes the Chameleon Appetite for violin at LABORATORIUM, deSingel, Antwerp, Belgium. Studio 3, deSingel, 8:30pm.
  • March 18: Peformance of Theme In Search of Variations III by Beta Collide at Hanyang University, Paiknam Concert Hall, Seoul, Korea, 7pm.
  • March 18: Performance of Mouseketier Praxis at LABORATORIUM, deSingel, Antwerp, 11:30am.
  • March 19: Performance of The Blue Cloak for mouseketier and sextet, as well as Theme In Search of Variations II and III, by Champ D'Action, Antwerp Belgium. Blauwe Zaal, deSingel, 8pm.
  • March 20: Caleb Herron performs Entre Funérailles II for solo vibraphone at THe Goat Farm in Atlanta.
  • March 27: Catfish is performed by Brian Mason, Ming-Hui Kuo, and Kyle Forsthoff at Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.

April 2011

  • April 3: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at Ventura Community College.
  • April 3: Go, Dog. Go! is performed by Ian Murphy and Kyle Forsthoff at Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio.
  • April 4: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at Sacramento State University.
  • April 5: Nicholas Isherwood performs Aphasia—Dialect for mutated voice and hand gestures. University of Oregon, Eugene, 8pm.
  • April 5: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at California State University, East Bay.
  • April 6: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • April 7: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at the San Francisco Conservatory.
  • April 8-10: The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble perform 48 Objects and Straitjacket at the Northwest Percussion Festival, Portland State University.
  • April 11: Lecture on visual music at SARC, Queens University, Belfast, Ireland, 6pm. Master class performance of the Metaphysics of Notation at 7pm with QUBe.
  • April 14: Aphasia—Dialect for mutated voice and hand gestures is performed by Yannis Katirtzoglou at the Klanken Festival, Maastricht Academy of Music, the Netherlands.
  • April 21: Flash mob performance of Wristwatch: Geology in Oxford, England, by [sic] Ox. Radcliffe Square, 12:45pm.
  • April 23: Solo piano recital and lecture-demonstration at the Oxford Jazz Festival, St. Michael at the North Gate Church, Oxford, England. 2:45-3:30pm.
  • April 29: Pre-Composition is performed at the Open Ears Festival of Music and Sound, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Electroacoustic Rotunda Concert, Kitchener City Hall, noon.
  • April 30: Straitjacket is performed by the University of Kentucky Percussion Group at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Gallagher Center Theater, 8:30.

May 2011

  • May 18: The Stanford New Ensemble performs the Metaphysics of Notation. Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • May 22: The Stanford New Ensemble performs the Metaphysics of Notation at the Beijing Modern Music Festival, China.
  • May 23: Nicholas Isherwood performs Aphasia for mutated voice and hand gestures. Centre de Recherches et de Formation Musicales de Wallonie, Brussels, Beligum.
  • May 27: Solo jazz piano recital at the American Cathedral, Paris. 8pm.

June 2011

  • June 1: Aphasia for hand gestures and tape, Tlön for 3 conductors and no players, Straitjacket (mvt. III) for vibraphone 10-hands, and Wristwatch: Geology for players tapping and rubbing stones are performed at the Chisenhale Art Club. 64-84 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5QZ. 8pm.
  • June 1: Straitjacket for percussion ensemble is performed by Andy Bliss and friends at the nief-norf Summer Festival. Furman University, Greenville, SC.
  • June 9: Cadenza for solo piano is performed by Ian Pace, and Aphasia is performed by Mark Applebaum at City University London. 7:30pm.
  • June 10: A jazz piano recital for the Carleton College and Stanford University Alumni Clubs of London, England. The Warehouse, 7pm.
  • June 17: Lecture on visual music (5:15pm, Lecture Room XI) and jazz piano recital (8:45, chapel) at Brasenose College, Oxford University.
  • June 19: Mike Rosen and the Oberlin Percussion Group perform Straitjacket. Oberlin, OH.
  • June 30: A lecture at the Royal College of Music, London, including a performance of Aphasia, 4:30pm. At 7:30pm the RCM Percussion Ensmble performs Straitjacket, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall.

July 2011

  • July 7: Straitjacket for percussion quartet and solo percussion, and Narcissus: Strata/Panacea for solo marimba are performed at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival. Harper Hall, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, 8pm.

August 2011

  • August 16: Christopher Clarino performs "Aphasia" at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada. Roots and Rhizomes Festival, 8pm.
  • August 31: Andy Bliss performs Entre Funérailles II for solo vibraphone at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

September 2011

  • September 16: A solo jazz recital and lecture-demonstration at The Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA. 7pm.
  • September 23: Performance by the Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo at Carleton College, Northfield, MN; Concert Hall, 8pm. Also, a lecture on visual music at 4pm; Old Music Hall 103.
  • September 24: Nicholas Isherwood performs Aphasia—Dialect for mutated voice and hand gestures at a GRM (Le Groupe de Recherches Musicales) concert. Auditorium Saint Germain, Paris, 7:30.
  • September 29: Mark Applebaum performs Aphasia at Transitions. Stanford, CCRMA, Knoll Courtyard, 8pm.

October 2011

  • October 5: Glyphs, Pictographs, and the Metaphyiscs of Notation: Radical Approaches to Musical Specification—a lecture to the Graphic Narrative Project research project. Stanford University Humanities Center, 6-8pm. Free.
  • October 5: North Star Percussion performs Catfish at the Kentucky New Music Festival. University of Kentucky, Singletary Recital Hall, 7:30pm.
  • October 6: Performance of Mouseketier Praxis for sound-sculpture and live electronics at the Daniel Pearl Memorial Concert. Stanford University Memorial Church, 8pm. Free.
  • October 19: Lecture and performance of Aphasia at the CCRMA Colloquium. Stanford University, CCRMA, 6:30pm.
  • October 25: Catfish for percussion trio is performed by Composers, Inc., at San Francisco's Old First Church, 8pm.
  • October 27: The Metaphysics of Notation is performed by Beta Collide at Festival Internacional Cervantino, Salón del Consejo Universitario, Guanajuato, Mexico. Noon.
  • October 29: "There Is No Sound In My Head" documentary film on The Metaphysics of Notation is shown at UNAFF (United Nations Film Festival), Stanford University, Cantor Arts Center, 2pm.

November 2011

  • November 2: The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble performs Catfish and Medium. SOU, Ashland, OR. Music Recital Hall, 7pm.
  • November 4: The Volta Trio performs Catfish at the Friday Music Series at Georgetown University, Washington DC. McNeir Auditorium, 1:15pm.
  • November 5: The LA Percussion Quartet performs Catfish at "Music & Conversations." GAM Arts Center, 4975 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, 8pm.
  • November 5: Straitjacket is performed by the l(a Ensemble at the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory. Gamble Auditorium, 8pm.
  • November 10: Catfish for percussion trio is performed at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, Contemporary Ensemble Showcase. Indianapolis, Indiana Convention Center, 9am.
  • November 18: Nicholas Isherwood performs Aphasia—Dialect for mutated voice and hand gestures at Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome.
  • November 22: MAT—Media Arts and Technology—seminar (Cultural Incongruities and the Metaphysics of Notation: Radical Approahces in Visual Music) at the University of California, Santa Barbara. 5:30pm.
  • November 22: Portrait concert at the University of California, Santa Barbara, including Skeletons in the Closet, Intellectual Property, Mouseketier Praxis, Aphasia, Wristwatch: Geology, The Metaphysics of Notation, Snagglepuss ReMix, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, and Pre-Composition. 8:00pm.
  • November 29: The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble performs Catfish. SOU, Ashland, OR. Music Recital Hall, 7:30pm.

December 2011

  • December 2: Beta Collide performs Theme in Search of Variations III for quartet, as well as newly composed response pieces by Stanford composers. Stanford, Campbell Recital Hall, 8pm, free.
  • December 3: Straitjacket is performed by the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory Percussion Ensemble. Gamble Auditorium, 8pm.
  • December 3: Straitjacket is performed by WiPE—The Williams Percussion Ensemble with Alex Lipowski, guest soloist. Williams College, Williamstown, MA.
  • December 14: The Metaphysics of Notation is performed by QUBe at the Ulster Museum, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 7:30pm.

January 2012

  • January 29: Pre-Composition is performed at Electronik Musik Fest. Butler University, Indianapolis, Lilly Hall Experimental Theater.

February 2012

  • February 1: Aphasia is presented to the Stanford Humanities Center Performance Group. Board Room, Noon.
  • February 10-11: Pedagogical Praxis and Curricular Infrastructure in Graduate Music Composition: A Symposium to Analyze its Current State and Consider Reform. Stanford University. Paper sessions on Feb. 11 from 9am, Campbell Recital Hall.
  • February 17: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at the Morelia Music Festival, Casa de Cultura, Morelia, Mexico.
  • February 25: Lecture-demonstration on jazz improvisation for the Stanford Parents Weekend, Memorial Auditorium, 10:30am.
  • February 29: Aphasia and Skeletons in the Closet are performed at the NWEAMO Festival. San Diego State University. 8pm.

March 2012

  • March 5: Interview on KZSU—Stanford Radio. Noon.
  • March 5: Jacob Wall performs Entre Funérailles I for trumpet at the University of Oregon, Eugene.
  • March 11: [sic]—The Stanford Improvisation Collective annual concert. CCRMA, 8pm.
  • March 20: Pre-Composition is performed by the Electronic Music Studio of Berlin Technical University in the Märzmusik Festival. Berghain Club, Berlin, Germany.
  • March 21: The documentary on The Metaphysics of Notation project—"There Is No Sound In My Head"—is shown at the 7th UNAFF Traveling Film Festival at Carroll University, Waukesha, Wisconsin.
  • March 22: Catfish for percussion trio is performed at the University of Southern California. Recital Hall, 6pm.

April 2012

  • April 14: The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble performs Wristwatch: Meridian at the Northwest Percussion Festival at Eastern Washington University. 1pm.
  • April 15: Straitjacket is performed at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Concert Hall, 8pm.
  • April 16: Echolalia is performed by Mike Truesdell at the Juilliard School, New York City.
  • April 16: Catfish for percussion trio is performed by the USC Percussion Ensemble. University of Southern California, Newman Recital Hall, 7:30pm.
  • April 18: "Great Minds" talk: "But Is It Music?" Includes the performance of Aphasia. Stanford University Law School. 12:45-1:45.
  • April 26: Portrait concert of electroacoustic works on the Gassmann Electronic Music Series, University of California at Irvine, 8pm. Including performances of Skeletons in the Closet, Intellectual Property, the Metaphysics of Notation, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Aphasia, Mouseketier Praxis, and Pre-Composition. Additional lectures at 11am & 4:30pm.
  • April 30: The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players: present Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape. Herbst Theater, San Francisco, 8pm. 7pm pre-concert talk.

May 2012

  • May 2: Straitjacket is performed by the Cal State University Stanislaus Percussion Ensemble, Snider Recital Hall, 7:30pm.
  • May 7: Morris Palter & Ensemble 64.8 perform Aphasia and Catfish. The Music Gallery, Toronto.
  • May 11: Arts Circle talk. Stanford University, Braun Music Center. 4pm.
  • May 12: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at the Open Ears Festival, Kitchener/Waterloo, Canada.
  • May 18: Nico Couck performs DNA at Champ D'Action's concert at deSingel. Antwerp, Belgium.
  • May 19: TEDx Talk. Stanford University. Cemex, 4:25pm. Includes a performance of Aphasia.
  • May 21: Aphasia is performed at NIME—New Interfaces for Musical Expression—University of Michigan, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 9pm.
  • May 25: Third Coast Precussion, performs Wristwatch: Geology during the RENGA:Cage:100 project. Mayne Stage: 1328 W. Morse Ave, Chicago. 8pm.
  • May 25-26: Performances of Aphasia (May 25 at 8:30pm, Dance Black Box) and Intellectual Property (May 26 at 8:30pm, Hexagram Black Box) at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada at Comprovisations—Improvisation Technologies in the Performing Arts.
  • May 30: Louise Devenish performs Aphasia at the University of California, San Diego. 5pm.

June 2012

  • June 2: Electromadness Concert at Stanford University. CCRMA, 8pm.
  • June 6: Pre-Composition is presented by the American Composers Forum at the Fidget Space, Philadelphia.
  • June 17: Mark Applebaum performs Aphasia at Stanford University, Music Department Commencement Exercises. Campbell Recital Hall, 12:30pm.
  • June 20: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Royal Conservatory, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • June 26: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at Codarts, Rotterdam Conservatoire, Kruisplein 26, Rotterdam, Netherlands. 2pm.
  • June 30: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Festival Musiq'3, Flagey, Brussels, Belgium.
  • June: Chamber Cartel at performs Catfish for percussion trio in Atlanta. Date TBA.

July 2012

  • July 1: Medium is performed by Jane Alden and the Vocal Constructivists at Medium Rare. V22 Summer Club, 100 Clement's Road, London, England. 2pm.
  • July 23 & 27: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at the Festival Internacional de Musica Erudita, Teatro Municipal, Piracicaba, Brazil.
  • July 26: Nico Couck performs DNA for solo guitar at the Darmstadt Summer Courses, Darmstadt, Germany.

August 2012

  • August 7: Third Coast Precussion, performs Wristwatch: Geology during the RENGA:Cage:100 project. Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Washington D.C., 6pm.
  • August 9: Third Coast Precussion, performs Wristwatch: Geology during the RENGA:Cage:100 project. MoMA, New York City.
  • August 30: Flash mob performance of Wristwatch: Geology in Amsterdam. Dam Square, noon.

September 2012

  • September 2: Nico Couck performs DNA at KlaraFestival, Flagey, Brussels, Belgium.
  • September 10: Lecture to the graduate composition seminar at CODARTS—Rotterdam Conservatory, the Netherlands, 4-6pm, including a duo performance of Aphasia with Robin Eggers.
  • September 14: Duo performances of Aphasia with Robin Eggers in Amsterdam: Kalverstraat #92 at 4:30; the Spui at 5:00.
  • September 15: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at the TechnoSonics Festival. Open Grounds, University of Virginia. 8pm.
  • September 15: Diego Espinosa performs Aphasia at McGill University, Montreal. Pollack Hall, 8pm.
  • September 23: Host and panel moderator at Stanford's Three Books freshman common reading program. With guests Chuck Klosterman, Michael Kimmelman, and Ge Wang. Memorial Auditorium, 2pm.
  • September 29: Lecture at the Visual Learning Conference, Weitz Center, Carleton College, Northfield, MN. Including performances of Aphasia and the Metaphysics of Notation. Lecture at 3:30, Weitz Center 233.
  • September 29: Justin DeHart and Nick Terry perform Go, Dog! Go at Chapman Conservatory of Music, Orange, CA, 7:30pm.

October 2012

  • October 5: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at the Korzo Theater, Den Haag, Netherlands.
  • October 12: Third Coast Precussion, performs Wristwatch: Geology during the RENGA:Cage:100 project. University of Colorado Boulder, Atlas Center, 7pm.
  • October 13: CONTROL FREAK: a concert of solo performances by Mark Applebaum including Skeletons in the Closet, Intellectual Property, Echolalia, Aphasia, Mouseketier Praxis, Tornado Food, Wristwatch: Geology, and Pre-Composition. CCRMA, Stanford University, 8pm.
  • October 19: Aiyun Huang performs Aphasia at McGill University, Pollack Hall, 7:30pm, Montreal.
  • October 26: Premiere of Gone, Dog. Gone! for two percussion by The Sound Collectors percussion duo in Melbourne, Australia.

November 2012

  • November 1: Mike Truesdell performs Echolalia at PASIC—the Percussive Arts Society International Conference. Austin, Texas. Focus Day on Cage; concert at 8:30am.
  • November 14: Aiyun Huang performs "Aphasia" at the University of California, San Diego. Conrad Prebys Music Center Concert Hall, 7pm.
  • November 15: The Metaphysics of Notation is performed at Butler University by the JC(F)A Composers Orchestra. Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • November 18: Victor Pons and colleagues perform Catfish at Georgia State University, Kopleff Recital Hall.
  • November 27: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Stedelijke Acadamie, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.
  • November 28: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at Full Moon Babylon-Autumn Dreams, Podium GROUNDS, Willem Buytenwechstraat 68, Rotterdam, Holland. 8:30pm.
  • November 29: Christopher Clarino performs "Aphasia" at Stony Brook University, NY. Staller Center Black Box Theater, 9pm.

December 2012

  • December 8: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at Vereniging Poortgebouw, Stieltjesstraat 38, Rotterdam, Holland. 9pm.
  • December 9: Loadbang performs Medium at Off the Page. Spectrum, 121 Ludlow St, New York City, 7pm.
  • December 12: Christopher Clarino performs "Aphasia" at Stony Brook University, NY. Staller Center Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • December 29: Aiyun Huang performs Aphasia in Taipei, Taiwan, 7:30pm.

January 2013

  • January 10: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at Douglas College, New Westminster, Canada. Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theater, 1pm.
  • January 13: Performance of Aphasia at the opening of the Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University. 7pm.
  • January 13: Nico Couck performs DNA at (inter)twine. SAMWD, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.
  • January 15: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a short set in a mixed two-piano recital at Stanford University, Bing Concert Hall, noon.
  • January 27: Pre-Composition is presented at Butler University, JC(F)A Composers Orchestra concert. Lilly Hall Experimental Theater, 8pm.
  • January 31: William Conlin performs Aphasia at Louisiana State University, Recital Hall, 1pm.

February 2013

  • February 8: Pre-Composition is presented at Washington State University Annual Festival of Contemporary Art Music. Kimbrough Concert Hall, 3pm.
  • February 12: Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart is presented at Ball State University at EM-THREE. Sursa Hall, Muncie, IN, 7:30pm.
  • February 14: William Conlin performs Aphasia at Louisiana State University.
  • February 16: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia (glow-in-the-dark version) at Konstruckt 6 at the Korzo Theater in The Hague, Netherlands. 7:30pm.
  • February 22: The Sound Collectors perform Gone, Dog. Gone! for two percussion at Subiaco Arts Centre, Perth, Australia.
  • February 22: Chris Clarino performs Aphasia at Outpost Artist Resources, 1665 Norman St, Ridgewood, NY. 8pm.
  • February 22: Jeremy Smith performs Entre Funérailles II at The Juilliard School. Room 309, 6pm.
  • February 24: The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players presents a pre-premiere discussion and performance of Rabbit Hole at their Contemporary Insights Program. San Francisco Girls Choir Hall, 44 Page Street, San Francisco. 4:30-6:00.
  • February 25: Steve Schick conducts the world premiere of Rabbit Hole for 8 players with the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. Herbst Theater, San Francisco. 8pm. Pre-concert discussion at 7:15pm.

March 2013

  • March 1: Aiyun Huang performs Aphasia at the Voice in the 21st Century. Cal State University, Fullerton.
  • March 2: Mike Truesdell performs Aphasia at the Juilliard School, NYC, 6pm.
  • March 5: [sic] — The Stanford Improvisation Collective — performs at CCRMA, 8pm. Free. Includes performances of Wristwatch: Rabbit Hole and 5:3.
  • March 10: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs in concert at Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 7:30pm.
  • March 11: Interview on Jefferson Public Radio, Oregon. 8:30-9:00am.
  • March 11: A gallery talk at Southern Oregon University's Schenider Museum of Art on the exhibition of The Metaphysics of Notation. 5:00 reception, 6:00 talk in the Meese Auditorium.
  • March 12: The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble Presents the Music of Mark Applebaum. 30, a new work for large percussion ensemble (three interlocking pieces for solo, quartet, and septet) is premiered. The concert also features Wristwatch: Geology, Catfish, Mobile for Paper, Meditation, Aphasia, 40 Cryptograms, and Theme in Search of Variations I. SOU, Ashland, OR, 7:30pm.
  • March 15: Trio Compás performs The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • March 16: Straitjacket is perfomed by Andrew Bliss and Ensemble Knox at the Percussive Arts Society East Tennessee Day of Percussion, Lee University, Cleveland, TN.
  • March 22: Todd Barton and Bruce Bayard perform The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • March 24: Ensemble Decoder performs Plundergraphic at the What's Next? Festival, Brussels, Belgium.

April 2013

  • April 1: 30 is performed at Arizona State University, Katzin Hall, 7:30pm.
  • April 3: Shane Reeves performs The First Decade for solo percussion at the University of South Carolina.
  • April 5: David Bithell performs The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • April 5: Performance of Medium by the Vocal Constructivists at Time Stands Still: Notation in Music Practice conference at Wesleyan University. Chapel, 8pm.
  • April 6: Lipogram from Straitjacket is perfomed by nobrow.music.collective at the Nuit Blanche Arts Festival, Ohio University. Robert Glidden Recital Hall, 10pm.
  • April 6: Straitjacket is perfomed by Andrew Bliss and Ensemble Knox at the University of Tennesse, Knoxville, Percussion Ensemble Concert.
  • April 7: The Vocal Constructivists perform Medium at Incubator Arts, St. Mark's Church, East 10th St., New York City. 4pm.
  • April 7: The Southern Oregon University Percussion ensemble performs Wristwatch: Geology, Mobile for Paper, Meditation, Catfish, and 30 at Northwest Percussion Festival, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, 10am.
  • April 11: Identity Destruction Sport is performed by Pôle d'Enseignement Supérior at the Chalon-sur-Saone Conservatoire, France. Auditorium.
  • April 12: Tessa Brinckman performs The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • April 13: Ashley Holt performs Entre Funérailles II and Curb Weight Surgical Field at her senior recital at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
  • April 14: Straitjacket is perfomed by Andrew Bliss and Ensemble Knox at the University of Tennesse, Knoxville, Contemporary Music Concert.
  • April 17: The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo performs a free concert at the Stanford Univesity Bing Concert Hall. 8pm.
  • April 18: Ashley Holt performs Entre Funérailles II at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Percussion Studio Recital.
  • April 19: Christine Williams performs The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • April 19-20: Concerts, lectures, and master classes as guest composer at the Sam Houston University 2013 Contemporary Music Festival, Huntsville, Texas. April 19 masterclass at 1pm. April 20 lecture at 3pm. April 20 concert at 7pm featuring Wristwatch: Geology, Wristwatch: Rabbit Hole, 48 Objects, Sargasso for cello performed by Daniel Saenz, Tlön, Meditation, Catfish, Aphasia, The Second Decade, The Third Decade, and 30.
  • April 26: A solo recital of jazz piano and mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture improvisations at The Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA. Lower School Ballroom, 6:30pm.
  • April 26: Jeff Richmond and Terry Longshore perform The Metaphysics of Notation. Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland. 11am-noon, free.
  • April 27: Jennifer Torrence performs Aphasia at AVGARDE, Lydgalleriet. Bergen, Norway, 7pm.
  • April 29: Straitjacket is performed by Mike Truesdell and the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Percussion Ensemble. UWSP, Michelsen Hall, Noel Fine Arts Center, 7:30pm.

May 2013

  • May 5: Ensemble Decoder performs Plundergraphic at the Blurred Edges Festival, Hamburg, Germany.
  • May 5: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin, Germany.
  • May 6: Bryan Allen performs Aphasia at McGill University, Montreal. Tanna Hall, 1:30pm.
  • May 10: Pre-Composition is presented at Acht Brücken — Musik für Köln, Kölner Philharmonie, Köln, Germany. 9pm.
  • May 12: Straitjacket is performed by Chamber Cartel at Poem 88, 1100 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta.
  • May 19: 30 is performed by the Lawrence University Percussion Ensemble, 3pm.
  • May 23: Third Coast Percussion performs Wristwatch: Geology at the Mayne Stage, Chicago, 8pm.
  • May 25: Victor Pons performs Plundergraphic at the Goat Farm Arts Center, Atlanta, 8pm.
  • May 25: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at Theater Aan de slag, Herenstraat 20, Culemborg, Holland, 8:30pm.
  • May 29: Andrew Bliss performs Aphasia at Furman University, Greenville, SC at the nief-norf Summer Festival.
  • May 31: Go, Dog. Go! is performed at Furman University, Greenville, SC at the nief-norf Summer Festival.

June 2013

  • June 4: Lecture-Performance at the Senior Public Affairs Officers Conference of Fortune 100 companies. Stanford University, Bing Concert Hall, 1:15pm. By invitation only.
  • June 4: Catfish is performed at Western Oregon University. Rice Auditorium, 7pm.
  • June 12: Robin Eggers performs Aphasia at CODARTS, Rotterdam, Holland. Theaterzaal, 7:30pm.
  • June 13: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Royal Conservatory, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • June 18: Christopher Clarino performs Aphasia at the Silicon Valley Music Festival, San Jose. Alum Rock United Methodist Church, 7:30pm.
  • June 26: Kenyon Williams performs Aphasia at the International Music Camp, Dunseith, North Dakota, 7pm.
  • June: Andrew Bliss performs Aphasia at the Patagonia Percussion Festival, General Roca, Argentina. Date TBA.

July 2013

  • July 18: Catfish is performed at the Young Musicians' Summer Academy, Debrecen, Hungary, 8pm.
  • July 28: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at the Parlour Taipei International Job Employment Expo. Constellation, Chicago, 8pm.
  • July 29: Aphasia is performed by Kevin Schlossman at the Aspen Music Festival, Aspen, CO.

August 2013

  • August 1: The Vocal Constructivists perform Medium at Exquisite Corpses. The Arcola Theater, Dalton, England.
  • August 4: The Vocal Constructivists perform Medium at the London Contemporary Music Festival. Multi Storey Car Park, Levels 7-10, 95a Rye Lane, Peckham, England. "Coming Together" concert, 2:30pm.
  • August 18: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at The Parlor, Chicago, 4pm.
  • August 24: Two improvisation workshops at Stanford University for the Taiko Community Alliance Conference. Braun Music Center, 1pm & 3pm.
  • August 26: Shane Reeves performs The First Decade, Go, Dog. Go!, Gone, Dog. Gone!, and Entre Funérailles II at the University of South Carolina.
  • August 31: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at the Empty Bottle, Chicago, 7pm.

September 2013

  • September 17: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Warren Park, Chicago, 1pm.
  • September 20: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at the Western Metra Stop, Chicago, 5pm.
  • September 21: Kenyon Williams performs Aphasia at Minnesota State University, Moorhead, Weld Hall, 7:30pm.
  • September 23: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Welles Park, Chicago, 9am.
  • September 27 & 28: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St., Chicago.

October 2013

  • October 5: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Working Bikes Co-Op, Chicago, 3pm.
  • October 9-11: Residency at the Center for Creativity and the Arts, California State University, Fresno.
  • October 9: Lecture on Notation as Visual Art. Cal State University Fresno, 7pm.
  • October 10: 9am: Music Technology Class lecture. 12:30pm: Department Convocation. 7pm: Solo Jazz Piano Recital. Cal State University Fresno.
  • October 10: Nico Couck performs DNA at Champ D'Action/Studio—deSingle, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • October 11: 1pm: Composers Guild presentation. 8pm: Portrait Concert featuring Mouseketier Praxis, Aphasia, Skeletons in the Closet, Intellectual Property, Wristwatch: Geology, Meditation, The Metaphysics of Notation, Snagglepuss ReMix, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, and several Janus ReMixes: Elegy, Tlön, Mt. Moriah, Sargass, Scipio, and Narcissus. Cal State University Fresno.
  • October 12: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Kempf Plaza, Chicago, 4pm.
  • October 13: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Kickapoo Meadows, Chicago, 3pm.
  • October 18: Presentation at the Innovative Learning Conference. The Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA, 1:45pm.
  • October 25: Nico Couck performs DNA at CentralTrak, Dallas, TX.
  • October 26: Lecture-demonstration, including a performance of Aphasia, at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2pm.
  • October 28: Nico Couck performs DNA at the University of North Texas, Denton, TX.
  • October 30: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Center for New Music, San Francisco.

November 2013

  • November 4: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Carlsbad Music Guild, Schulman Auditorium, Carlsbad, CA.
  • November 5: Nico Couck performs DNA at UCSD, La Jolla, CA.
  • November 6: Composition seminar lecture at Princeton University. 2:30pm.
  • November 7: Nico Couck performs DNA at the UCSC, Santa Barbara, CA.
  • November 10: 30 is peformed by the University of Tennessee Percussion Ensemble, Knoxville.
  • November 13: Deidre Huckabay and Andrew Tham perform a duo version of Aphasia at Northwestern University.
  • November 14: Retrospective concert of percussion works at PASIC—Percussion Arts Society International Conference. Indianapolis Convention Center. 5pm. Concert includes Wristwatch: Geology, Echolalia, Ferneyhough ReMix, 30, and Straitjacket.
  • November 15: Noon lecture and 7:30pm portrait concert at Miami University, Ohio. Concert includes Pre-Composition, Aphasia, Wristwatch: Geology, Skeletons in the Closet, the Metaphysics of Notation, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, the Omnibus Etude, and several Janus ReMixes: Elegy, Tlön, Mt. Moriah, Sargass, Scipio, and Narcissus. Souers Recital Hall.
  • November 18: Aiyun Huang performs 30 (The Second Decade, and The First Decade+The Third Decade) at McGill University, Montreal.
  • November 24: Straitjacket is peformed by the University of Alabama Percussion Ensemble with Andy Bliss and nief-norf Project. Concert Hall. Tuscaloosa, 7:30pm.

December 2013

  • December 1: Jennifer Torrence performs Aphasia at a recital hosted by Speak Percussion, Melbourne, Australia.
  • December 2: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Leipzig, Germany.
  • December 5: 30 and The Third Decade are performed at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico.
  • December 12: Scott Strickland performs Aphasia at Furman College, Greenville, SC. Daniel Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • December 16: Joshua Vonderheide performs Aphasia at the Juilliard Conservatory, NYC, 8pm.

January 2014

  • January 12: Morris Palter performs Aphasia at soundON Festival of Modern Music, San Diego New Music, The Athenaeum, Joan & Irwin Jacobs Music Room, 1008 Wall St., La Jolla, CA, 2pm.
  • January 21: Nico Couck performs DNA at Unerhoerte Musik, Berlin, Germany.
  • January 25: Echolalia and Tlön are performed by Brandon Bell at the Shepherd School of Music, Rice University.
  • January 29: Presentation to the graduate composition seminar at Columbia University, NYC, 2-4pm.
  • January 30: Master class and lecture at Stony Brook University, New York.

February 2014

  • February 1: Steve Schick performs Aphasia at the Miller Theater, NYC.
  • February 2: Scott Matthew O'Toole performs Aphasia at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Moody Music Hall.
  • February 12: Leonardo Art Talk on the Stanford University campus. Medical Center: Li Ka Shing Center, Room LK101. 7pm.
  • February 14: Steve Schick performs Aphasia at the San Francisco Jewish Community Center on the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players "Origins" program. 8pm.
  • February 15: Robert Arnold's documentary film "There Is No Sound in My Head" about the Metaphysics of Notation is shown at the Oh My God, My Body, My Ears! new music festival at The Trunk Space, 1506 NW Grand Ave, Phoenix.
  • February 19: 30 is performed by the University of Nebraska, Omaha Percussion Ensemble.
  • February 23: Benjamin Charles performs Aphasia at the University of Miami.
  • February 28: Performance of Aphasia, Mouseketier Praxis, and the Metaphysics of Notation at the Other Minds Festival. SF Jazz, San Francisco.

March 2014

  • March 2: The Metaphysics of Notation is performed at "Notations" in the Concertgebouw of Bruges, Belgium. Studio 1, 2pm.
  • March 6: Adam Rosenblatt performs Aphasia at KrokusFestival, Cultuurcentrum, Hasselt, Belgium. Performances at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, & 5pm.
  • March 14: Alison Lowell performs Aphasia at the University of Maryland, College Park. Gildenhorn Recital Hall, 8pm.
  • March 14: Mobius Percussion Quartet performs Straitjacket at York College, New York City.
  • March 22: Brandon Bell performs Tlön at the Menil Collection, Houston.
  • March 25: Rubén Martínez Orio performs Aphasia at the Aula d'orquestra, ESMuC, Barcelona, Spain. Noon.
  • March 29: Lecture-concert at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, Big Sky, Montana, 7:30pm. Includes performances of Mouseketier Praxis, Aphasia, and jazz piano selections.
  • March 31: Emma Arden performs Aphasia at the Royal College of Music, London. 1:20pm.

April 2014

  • April 2: Catfish is performed at UC Berkeley in Hertz Hall, 8pm.
  • April 3: Ksenija Komljenovic performs Straitjacket at the RED NOTE New Music Festival, Illinois State University.
  • April 10: Merit for wind quintet is performed by Bodø Sinfonietta at Bodøgaard Kunst & Kultur, Bodø, Norway, 7:30pm.
  • April 12: 30 is performed by the Rutgers Percussion Ensemble, Nicholas Auditorium, 2pm.
  • April 13: The Illinois State University Percussion Ensemble performs Straitjacket.
  • April 16: Medium is performed by Beta Collide at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Beall Hall, 7:30pm.
  • April 16: 30 is performed at Alice Tully Hall by the Juilliard Percussion Ensemble, 1pm.
  • April 19: Straitjacket is performed by Ensemble 64.8 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Davis Concert Hall, 7pm.
  • April 20: Nico Couck performs DNA at the Tenri Cultural Institute, New York City.
  • April 22: Lecture-concert at the University of California, Berkeley: Music Now. Hertz Hall, 11:30 am.
  • April 24: Rubén Martínez Orio performs Aphasia at the MIXTUR Festival, Barcelona, Spain. 4:30 pm.
  • April 26: Catfish is performed by Fringe Percussion at "Boundless" at the Blusson Spinal Cord Centre of Vancouver General Hospital, 818 W. 10th Ave., Vancouver.
  • April 28: Lecture at Cerritos College, Los Angeles. 2pm.
  • April 29: Lecture (10am) and Concert (3pm) featuring jazz piano and performances of Pre-Composition, Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Wristwatch: Geology, and Aphasia at Cerritos College, Los Angeles.

May 2014

  • May 7: The Southern Oregon Univeristy Graduate Percussion Group performs Catfish, SOU, Ashland, OR.
  • May 8: Leah Scholes performs Aphasia in Brisbane, Australia.
  • May 8: Levy Lorenzo performs Aphasia at Stony Brook University, Staller Hall.
  • May 12: Leah Scholes performs Aphasia in Melbourne, Australia.
  • May 15: Piero Guimaraes performs Narcissus: Strata/Panacea at Stony Brook University, Staller Hall, noon.
  • May 20: Flutist Elise Roy performs Entre Funérailles IV at CCRMA, Stanford University, 7:30pm.
  • May 22: Diego Espinosa performs Aphasia at Tanna Hall, McGill University, Montreal.
  • May 23: Search for Meaning lecture at the Stanford Hillel, noon.
  • May 23: Flutist Elise Roy performs Entre Funérailles IV at the Stanford New Ensemble, Stanford University, 7:30pm.
  • May 28: Ivan Manzanilla performs Aphasia at Foro Internacional de Música Nueva "Manuel Enriquez" in Mexico City at the Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo.
  • May 30: Joe Desotelle performs Aphasia at Williamsville East High School, West Amherst, NY, 7pm.

June 2014

  • June 15: Adam Rosenblatt performs Aphasia at "Super Mouche," Parc du Forest, Brussels, Belgium.
  • June 20: A lecture-concert at Carleton College, Northfield, MN, including performances of Aphasia and Mouseketier Praxis. Concert Hall. 8:30pm.

July 2014

  • July 29: Eduardo Leandro performs Aphasia at the Yellow Barn Music Festival, Putney, VT. 8pm.

August 2014

  • August 13: IAB Conecta conference keynote address, Mexico City, 9am.
  • August 14: 30 is performed at Roots & Rhizomes at the Banff Centre, Banff, Canada. Date to be confirmed.
  • August 29: Performance of Catfish during the Contemporary Percussion Intensive, West Vancouver, Canada, 7:30pm.

September 2014

  • September 27: Lectures at Stanford Connects, New York City Hilton Hotel, 12:30-7:45.

October 2014

  • October 31: Terry Longshore premieres Composition Machine #1, at Southern Oregon University. Music Recital Hall, 12:30pm.

November 2014

  • November 13: Speed Dating for octet is premiered by the Stony Brook University Contemporary Chamber Players.
  • November 14: The Stony Brook University Contemporary Chamber Players perform Speed Dating at Roulette, New York City.
  • November 20: Several performances of the Metaphysics of Notation at PASIC—the Percussive Arts Society, Indianapolis, 11:00 am.
  • November 20: Lecture to the Indiana University composition seminar, 7:30 pm.
  • November 21: Lecture at Butler University. Time TBA.

December 2014

  • December 8: The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs Theme in Search of Variations I at Stanford University. Campbell Recital Hall, 7:30pm.