Sweet Pan on the Mountain, part of Dog Star 15: a concert of new work for steel chamber ensemble, including 240 paths through the center, a collection of harmonic chains in 3, 2 pitch space.
Friday, June 21, 8 pm
Mt. Washington (private residence: email firstname.lastname@example.org for address)
Los Angeles, CA
On a concert of new text scores, Southland Ensemble will be presenting a revised version of my piece “Something About My Punctuation” for four writers and sounds, consisting of text fragments from Søren Kierkegaard’s diary.
January 12, 2019:
premiered “still life: Ollallie Creek” with Jordan Dykstra on viola and myself on horn
September 29, 2018:
Dog Star Orchestra at GAS Festival
Kronhuset – stora scenen
Göteborg, Västra götaland 411 13
June 3, 2018:
A House is Made with Walls & Beams (Dog Star 14)
Human Resources, 8 pm, $5-$10 donation
410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Premieres by Stephanie Smioth, Cassia Streb, Sepand Shahab, Eric Heep, and John Eagle for the 8 channel modular sound system of Sound House, a collaborative project by Janie Geiser, John Eagle, and Cassia Streb.
April 15, 2017: Inverted Space Ensemble showcases an evening geared at sculpting time in new ways. Drawing on a tradition of long works, Inverted Space returns with a pair of newly composed long pieces. Our co-director Jeff Bowen unveils a world premier ensemble piece. Also on the concert is the Seattle premier of John Eagle’s tuning #3 (first position) performed by our artistic director and violinist Luke Fitzpatrick.
Wayward Music Series @ the Chapel Performance Space, Good Shepherd Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, 4th Floor
Seattle, WA (Corner of 50th St. in Wallingford)
$5-15 donation at the door
March 26, 2017: John Eagle and Emily Call present solo works:
Michael Winter’s ‘necklaces’ for 4 plucked strings accompanied with ‘quieting rooms’, an electronic piece which attempts to put signals out of phase.
John Eagle’s ‘tuning #3 (first position)’ for violin and sine tones, performed by Emily Call, explores the possible chords in one hand shape in the violin’s first position and their extended harmonies/combination tones.
June 4, 2016: Tom Johnson’s ‘Nine Bells’. The opening concert of Dog Star Orchestra’s 12th festival.
June 14, 2016: Eagle, Johnson, Tenney: Quartets.
Art Share LA
801 E. 4th Place
Los Angeles, CA 90013
A new piece for two writers will be presented this Friday at the wulf, along with new pieces by Todd Lerew, Chris Schunk, and Danny Wood. The piece features various excerpts from Søren Kierkegaard’s diaries including an entry labeled: “Something about my Punctuation” (1847), which discusses something of K’s unusual rhetorical style.
1026 s santa fe ave #203
los angeles, ca
Sunday, July 6, 7 pm
South of Sunset
1218 W Temple St
Los Angeles, CA
The premiere of a solo piece, ‘linear thoughts’: an exercise in melodic thinking/listening. Performed with horn, laptop, and index cards. The program features various other premieres by Los Angeles composers, Cage’s ‘In a Landscape’ by Susie Allen on harp, and a rendition on accordions of Reich’s ‘Four Organs’ by Free Reed Conspiracy.
Friday, June 6, 8 pm
the wulf, 1026 s santa fe ave, #203 los angeles, ca
Dog Star Orchestra returns in June for its tenth year of experimental music concerts. The fabulous duo Guthrie & Streb will be premiering my piece ‘groups, no. 2’ for viola, cello, and white noise at a concert at the wulf on Friday, June 6, at 8 pm. The program focuses on counting, including Tom Johnson’s Counting Duets.
Premiere: Isaura String Quartet
The Isaura String Quartet premiering my string quartet, ‘rhythm color #3—fiction’ at a concert of new works by LA composers on Saturday, April 5 at SPACE Arts Center in South Pasadena.
Saturday, April 5, 2014, 8 pm
SPACE Arts Center
1506 Mission Street
South Pasadena, CA 91030
The rhythm color pieces explore harmony as a function of time. While the first two deal with the standard rhythmic metric, #3 deals with time as a function of counting/calculation (individual) and power dynamics (group). Dealing with the Pythagorean tuning relationships between the five pitch classes of the open strings of the quartet (C, G, D, A, E), the players are presented with a grid-like score of pitches/numbers; each cell with the instruction to be either played, not played, or left to the players to decide.
79 Van Brunt St. (between Degraw and Sackett)
Suggested donation: $7
playing ‘groups, no.1’ and sections 2/1 and 3/3 from ‘incomplete polyrhythms’
a selection of tactics and strategies in counting;
- sections from ‘incomplete polyrhythms’, with Todd Lerew
- ‘groups, no. 1’, with Chris Schunk
- a round for Andy Young, with Andrew Young
- ‘overcoming isometrics’
AND: Todd Lerew’s ‘yielding isometrics’ for theremin.
Saturday, 2.22.14, 8pm
1026 s. santa fe ave. #203, los angeles, ca, 90021
8 pm. Saturday, 1.11.14
5645 Case Ave., North Hollywood, 91601
Sunday, May 19, 8 pm
Biko Infoshop (6612 Sueno Rd. Goleto, CA)
$5 suggested donation