There has been a flurry of news lately, so I’ll do my best to keep it brief. First, my 11th album, Inner Monologues, is now available to order. Downloads are available now, and CDs will ship early in May. Give it a listen.
I also was interviewed in The Log Journal by Steve Smith. We covered a range of topics from how my interest in minimal music developed and upcoming releases to a massive, nine-day-long album project and my online concert series.
Steve Smith was also kind enough to review my recent performance at Spectrum, where I played Book I of The Time Curve Preludes by William Duckworth and Alvin Curran’s Inner Cities 8. Smith wrote that my performance of the later was a showcase for my “patience, even-handedness, and knack for continuity among disparate modes of expression.” I’ll be including that piece on an Invisible Rail performance soon.
Finally, I’ll be heading to the New Music Gathering the second weekend in May. I’ll play some Jürg Frey, present on a panel about failure, and generally have a great time with people that I frequently see online but almost never in person. I’m sure I’ll see many of you there!