Sunday April 26th I’ll be on the CreatorsRise Covid-19 Digital Telethon around 1pm CST. I’m going to sing a couple of songs live! Ryan Kairalla is an excellent interviewer; it’ll be a fun time and it’s for a good cause, benefiting the Sweet Relief Musician’s Fund. Get to it from here on Sunday.
If you’re in the London area June 20-21, please head out to Waltham Forrest with a radio tuned to 87.7FM and enjoy 24 hours of never-before-heard music, field recordings, poetry and more, including a brand new unheard track from me. More details on their website.
Ohio! The Glass City Singers will be premiering two of my choral works, “A Basic Cake” and “Pennsylvania,” Tuesday April 23 at 7:30pm EST at St. Michael’s in the Hills Episcopal Church. Also on the program are works by Dale Trumbore and Linda Kachelmeier.
About Glass City Singers:
Glass City Singers is an auditioned community ensemble made up of singers ages 16-30. This group exclusively performs music written in the 21st century by living composers.
More info is on the Facebook event page.
Update: video of the performances up on YouTube:
A Basic Cake
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”  – Dale Trumbore (b. 1987)
“Each of Us”  – Linda Kachelmeier (b. 1965)
“To Live is to Breathe  – Linda Kachelmeier (b. 1965)
“A Basic Cake”  – Elizabeth Joan Kelly (b. 1983)
“Pennsylvania”  – 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.