BAT // MAN
A site-specific work about loss, invisibility, and memory. For 1.5 million bats, conch shell ensemble, megaphone choir, and handmade echolocation devices.
New works for ensembles of 80 carhorns, bicycles, pedicabs, and automobiles. Performed in a parking lot and made in collaboration with Austin Soundwaves and many local artists.
"The most successful new music event in the city…the combination of music and art has vaulted the series into must-see status" (Austin American Statesman)
SoundSpace is a concert series at the Blanton Museum of Art that features simultaneous, interdisciplinary performances throughout the museum's galleries.
Founded and curated by Steve Parker. Generously underwritten by Mike Chesser.
Interactive, public instrument sculptures made from reclaimed materials installed in the Austin City Hall parking garage. Made in collaboration with Austin SoundWaves and artists Jebney Lewis and Travis Weller.
For double belled euphonium, composed by Phill Niblock.
Composition No. 19
for 100 marching tubas, by Anthony Braxton
The Language and Sound Project
The Language and Sound Project is a concept-driven program for solo trombone and electronics, exploring the connection between language, text, music, and sound.
The show consists of newly commissioned works from composers in the US, Europe, and the Middle East. The program intertwines different modes of communication, including the contrapuntal language of J.S. Bach, the language of chimpanzees, Texas cattle auctioneers, and Tuvan throat singing.
Presented across the US, Europe, and South America.