Concert Music on Yeah I Know It Sucks

The always delightful Yeah I Know It Sucks has a very flattering review up of Concert music for orchestra, chorus, and chamber musicians, 2005​-​2010, an artificial album made up of live recordings of some of my pieces over the years. An excerpt:

I could imagine wordless theatre shows taking the music up and build entire complimenting performances around them. I bet the theatres would flourish and turn into newly generated fan machines. Normal person goes in – hears an amazing show – gets hooked on the excitement – comes out as a super fan of this very fine composer. They all will be my new friends, and the excitement as a person could also team up with their excitements & we all live happily in a world dominated by the inspiring concert music. Animation series and movies will be made with them as their core of inspiration, dance moves will be choreographed and everywhere you go the sounds will come out to greet you lovingly.

I don’t think it gets any more flattering than that 🙂 Read the full review here, and be sure to check out the whole site–YIKIS routinely spotlights some of the most interesting and adventurous indie music out there!

Upcoming performance by Glass City Singers

Glass City Singers in Toledo will be premiering two of my choral works on April 23 at 7:30 PM. The concert lineup as of now is:

“In the Middle” [2016] – Dale Trumbore (b. 1987)

“Each of Us” [2016] – Linda Kachelmeier (b. 1965)

“To Live is to Breathe [2015] – Linda Kachelmeier (b. 1965)

“A Basic Cake” [2009] – Elizabeth Joan Kelly (b. 1983)

“Pennsylvania” [2007] – Elizabeth Joan Kelly (b. 1983)

More info TBD. I’m so excited to hear these pieces performed!

Glass City Singers are led by Brad Pierson. They are an auditioned community ensemble made up of singers ages 16-30 that exclusively performs music by living composers. Catch some of their previous performances on their youtube channel.