This morning, [sound icon] read some sketches and ideas of mine for a piece I’m writing for them in the spring. It’s always more exciting when performers are involved in the creative process from the beginning, and I learned a lot today! Looking forward to finishing the work and also to the recording session in the spring!
New Commission by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Emily will be writing a new work for the Singapore Symphony Orchestra for their 2014/15 season! The work will be premiered and performed by the SSO with Okko Kamu conducting, on April 10 and 11 2015 at the Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore.
New Commission by the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble
Emily will be writing a new work for the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble! The new work will be premiered by the ensemble on May 31st at the Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley, CA and on June 1st at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in San Francisco, CA. An additional performance at the de Young […]
Successfully concluded the first concert of BNMI’s sixth concert season! This time, in addition to running and co-curating the concert series, I also performed as a bassist with the group (for the second time!) Here’s a picture of the artistic team and core ensemble of BNMI! Congratulations everyone for tackling one of our most tech-crazy programs yet, and I look forward to the next concert!
Read the Strad’s article about the 35 finalists for the inaugural Singapore International Violin Competition. 12 semi-finalists will perform my new work kilo<byte> as part of the semi-final recital!
“The 35 selected candidates from 14 countries will perform a range of repertoire, including kilo<byte>, a commissioned work by Singaporean composer Emily Koh.”