March 14th, 2013
Lunar Ensemble in Concert at Dixon Hall
Last night, the Lunar Ensemble performed frigia, Michael Weinstein-Reiman’s Triptych and Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire at Dixon Hall, Tulane University. This marks the first of two concerts that Lunar will present at Tulane, as part of the ensemble’s Pierrot Centenary Project residency.
The Lunar Ensemble premiered frigia exactly one year ago on March 13 2012 at Baltimore’s An Die Musik Hall. frigia has been performed by Chamber Sounds, Israel Contemporary Players, Acoustic Uproar and New Music Brandeis since. Listen to frigia below:
February 25th, 2013
trans-[migra].nation has been named one of two honorable mentions in this year’s Ossia New Music Composition Prize. Congratulations to the winners David Kirkland Garner and Nicolas Tzortzis, and the other honorable mention Victor Ibarra! Read the announcement here!
January 23rd, 2013
Emily was awarded a Composers Assistance Program grant by New Music USA. The grant partially funded Emily’s recent trip to Israel where her pieces freyja and [circum]-perceptio were performed by the Israel Contemporary Players in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem respectively.
Congratulations to the other awardees! Please see the release here!
The Composer Assistance Program aims to help composers offset costs associated with live premieres and public readings of new or significantly revised works.