Ashley Bathgate is releasing Ley Line on her Sleeping Giant album, due out in September on New Amsterdam Records. You can watch Ashley tear up my piece in a new video here.

I recently completed a couple new works for solo performers and electronic track: (1) a consortium commission from seven solo trombonists, and (2) a piece for singer Jodie Landau (with text by Dora Malech) that premiered at the North Carolina Museum of Art on a crazy-long late-night concert.

Last summer I spent four weeks at Ucross–had a phenomenal time there as always.

Ripple the Sky visited the Kennedy Center last December on a KC Jukebox show.  The work premiered on L.A.’s first 21c Liederabend installment at Disney Hall, and was also performed by the San Francisco Symphony at SoundBox in a concert celebrating John Adams’s 70th birthday.

Brooklyn Rider incorporated Arches into their collaborative theater piece with dancers Brian Brooks and Wendy Whelan. They toured around a bunch of cities over a couple seasons–see the events page for details.

Album release news #1: Pasturing II was released by the Living Earth Show on Dance Music (New Amsterdam Records, more info here). The album also includes works by Christopher Cerrone, Nicole Lizée, Jonathan Pfeffer, and Anna Meredith. Not to mention a stellar cover. Update: the album is now on Spotify as well!

Album release news #2: The Eighth Blackbird / Sleeping Giant collaboration Hand Eye is out now on Cedille Records. Get your copy here or here or here. The ensemble will be playing my work on its Bold Moves collaboration with the Cincinnati ballet this coming April. And here is a review of Hand Eye at Carnegie Hall.

Album release news #3: Vicky Chow released Clifton Gates (New Amsterdam Records, info here), along with several other pieces I’m quite fond of. Check out a complimentary Pitchfork review.

Album release news #4: Kathleen Supové released a recording of La plus que plus que lente on a double-disc entitled The Debussy Effect (New Focus Recordings, available here).

I recently took part in a Kimmel Center Theater Residency program with Theo Bleckmann in Philly. Stay tuned for the fruits of our labor!

Silver Threads was featured on Q2’s “Best of 2014: New Music” show at the Greene Space. The album has also received some end-of-the-year love from NewMusicBox and WNYC, and we had a couple great performances of the cycle at Portland’s 3rd Angle.

The Carmina Slovenica Choir performed Stabat Mater Dolorosa as part of their show Toxic Psalms on the 2015 Prototype Festival in New York. The Slovenian group had previously performed my work a bunch abroad, and it was a thrill to finally get to hear them live. See the New Yorker preview, and the Times preview and review.

I spoke about contemporary electronic music on NPR’s Here and Now–check out the story here.