The American Prize Update
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 1:13 PM
I am very happy to report that my chamber work 224 slices of pi for flute, cello, piano and percussion was just awarded an Honorable Mention in the Professional Chamber Music Division of The American Prize for Excellence in Composition. In January it was announced as a Finalist in the division, and I am thrilled that it made it into the winner's circle, even if just on the outside of it. The piece was written and premiered at the 2015 nief-norf Summer Festival for Contemporary Music in Knoxville, Tennessee. Performing were Chris Schelb - flute, Hannah Meyer - cello, Andrea Lodge - piano and Ryan Patterson - percussion. The American Prize is a national non-profit competition in the performing arts, which recognizes outstanding compositions and performances in numerous categories each year. Check out the recording HERE.
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