Commisions/Compositions

Current
Composing a new work for a site specific contemporary dance piece.”Gestures For Large Ensemble” will be performed with “The Seldoms” at The Harris Theater in Millennium Park Chicago. February 4th, 2012
More info:
The Seldoms
Harris Theater

March 12-14 2010 Composed original percussion score for “Marchland.” A new work for modern dance choreagraphed by Carrie Hanson and performed by the Seldoms at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

www.theseldoms.org

http://www.theseldoms.org/marchland.html

www.chicago.timeout.com/articles/dance/83518/the-seldoms-marchland”


February 2010
Composed and recorded two “mobile” compositions “Red Light” and “Blue Light” for 11 piece ensemble. Recorded at Experimental Sound Studio Chicago. Self release coming soon!

July 24 2009 Composed new work “Grayscale” inspired by the work of abstarct expressionist painter Cleve Gray. Perform work at the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia South Carolina. In conjunction with the retrospective Cleve Gray: Man and Nature. Work performed by Vox Arcana (James Falzone- clarinet/Fred Lonberg-Holm-cello/Tim Daisy-drums and marimba

www.free-times.com/index.php?cat=11011801074507906&ShowArticle_ID=11012107090361015


January 2009
Performed drums and marimba for soundtrack to the film “Strade d’ Acqua” (Roads of Water) Directed by Augusto Contento. Oringinal music composed by Ken Vandermark

www.cineacqua.com
www.cineparallax.com

May 2006
Performed original works for concert series at Downtown Sound Series Gallery 37 Chicago
“Hidden Wires” performed by” Jeb Bishop- trombone/ James Falzone- clarinet/Jason Ajemian-bass/Tim Daisy-drums/vibraphone

2005 Composed and performed percussion for soundtrack to the film “Dream Havana” by Gary Marks.

www.dreamhavanamovie.com

2008 – Present Compose/Perform/Arrange tours/gigs for new music trio Vox Arcana (James Falzone-Clarinet/Fred Lonberg-Holm-Cello/Tim Daisy- marimba/percussion)


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