***NEW RECORDING*** From Scratch from the premiere performance by Clara Kim and Art Williford
Check out the new recording of fEED by the Juilliard Orchestra with Jeff Milarsky from their performance on April 23rd at Alice Tully Hall!
NEW PREMIERE - On April 23rd, the Juilliard Orchestra will premiere fEED, a brand new orchestral piece, at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center.
Check out the new recording of the NJSO conducted by David Robertson perform ...Ask Questions Later on Q2 | The performance will be streamed at 9pm on Tuesday, October 18th. Don't worry if you miss it! It will still be available in the Q2 archives.
Will Stackpole receives commission from New York City Ballet's Choreographic Institute | The forthcoming work will be written in collaboration with choreographer Claudia Schreier and will be premiered in March of 2017.
...Ask Questions Later to be performed by the NJSO | On July 16th the NJSO will be premiering the work as part of the Edward T. Cone Composition Institute at Princeton, NJ. More information about the concert can be found here.
Aft Agley wins the Juilliard Orchestra Competition! | The piece will be premiered by Jeff Milarsky conducting the Juilliard Orchestra alongside the works of three other winning composers on April 28th at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. Congratulations also to composers Anne Wang, Will Healy, and Andrew Hsu whose music will also be performed!
New recordings of 'Aft Agley' and 'Tender' streaming now! | Special thanks to the Juilliard Orchestra & Jeffrey Milarsky and Branson Yeast & Adam Rothenberg for doing such a fantastic job with these two works.
Check out the new recording of '2 Miles From Here', performed by Aaron Plourde, Theo Van Dyck, James Patterson, Brian Wendel, and Simon Wood!
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What I'm Listening to Now
Every time I write a piece, there's a playlist of music that I keep floating around me. I use this to get familiar with new sounds, keep myself focused on what I want to create, and just enjoy. I thought you might like to hear it too!
I update it pretty frequently and you can probably guess what kinds of things I'm working on by giving it a listen! Feel free to follow the playlist on Spotify!
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