"The flute player could really play."
Hands on Research: Flute
University of Aveiro, Portugal
I'll be presenting a chapter from my dissertation, "Mental discipline and musical meaning," on 18th century German flute aesthetics.
509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
Premiere of a new orchestral work by Thurman Barker
I was selected to join CreateNYC's Leadership Accelerator program for New York City cultural workers in June 2018!
Praise for Ensemble 365's CD Eastern Currents from Colin Clarke in Fanfare Magazine
"The standard of performance throughout by all performers is pretty much faultless."
"The performance here [of Frangiz Ali-Zadeh's Three Watercolors] is fabulous, the aching loneliness of “Narcissus” for soprano and flute (itself implying a shakuhachi) balanced by the angular play of “The Boatman.”
"Mary Hubbell is a most expressive soprano, and Alice Jones the perfect partner (the two parts are very much equals). The deep flute resonance of the opening of the final movement, “Dream Song,” and the way Hubbell’s blanched tone morphs with the flute sound is a spectacular sonic feat that captures the fluidity of sound that lies at the heart of Lam’s music."
"A phenomenally interesting release... required listening."
The CD is available on Amazon and iTunes and is available in the UK!
I'm curating a new chamber music series in 2017-18 at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music -- Parlour Room Sessions, featuring fantastic musicians, lively conversation, and audience Q&A.