Upcoming Performances

World Order #5 has been selected to be screened at the Angel Moving Festival in London, England in October 2009.

The score for Looking Glass will be part of Nashville's SoundCrawl in October 2009.

The multimedia oratorio, Creation, commissioned by the Millikin University Women's Chorus and conducted by talented director Michael Engelhardt, will begin rehearsals this fall for the world premier in Spring 2010. Creation is a multimedia large-scale choral work, incorporate Millikin University's 60 member Women's Chorus, a full percussion ensemble, synthesizer, electronic tape, and animated 3D video. The text is in three languages - Swahili, Spanish, and English - and is derived from the creation story in Genesis, as well as excerpts from Revelation and Psalm 139. Meant to be a juxtaposition of procreation and the creation story, the Creation incorporates a musical marriage between electronics and traditional Afro-Cuban rhythms.

I also recently published The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today through Lulu Publishing: The Feminine Musique traces the intersection of experimental music and new media through the works of composers and artists at the turn of the twentieth century, giving a voice to those artists who embraced social change and technology to create compelling and sometimes controversial works.

The Feminine Musique is available in e-book and paperback format. It is currently available at and will be available at by 2010.


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