The Good Women Dance Collective receive a fantastic review of their Winnipeg Fringe Festival performance, featuring our collaboration “POD”. The review was published in the Winnipeg Free Press:
Another great review of The Good Women Dance Collective show, this one from “life with more cowbell” blog
Great “The Varsity” review of “POD” by The Good Women Dance Collective using my 45-minute-long electroacoustic soundtrack
Canadian première of Stolte for computer soundtrack, live electronics and alto saxophone (2010) was given by its dedicatee, Charles Stolte, saxophone, and Piotr Grella-Możejko, computer, on 9 February 2013, as part of the Biennial Conference of the North American Saxophone Alliance, Region 9. The performance took place at the University of Saskatoon in Saskatoon, SK.
Reviews of POD, a collaboration with the Good Women Dance Collective and based on the Tàrtaros – Symphonie électro-visuelle, are now posted on the internet, on the Good Women website. Related links:
The May/June 2012 issue of Fanfare includes a very positive review of Duo ST15’s debut CD, Soul Mates, written by Ronald E. Grames. It is Fanfare’s RECOMMENDED release.
On 13 October 2012, two of Poland’s most distinguished soloists, flautist Agnieszka Kaćma and organist Jarosław Malanowicz, gave the Lithuanian première of Trop at the 9th Festival Musica Sacra in Kaunas.
On 29 September 2012, Agnieszka Kaćma, flute and Łukasz Mosur, organ, gave a performance of Trop (Polish for ‘track’ or ‘scent’, but also French for ‘too much’) at The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Poland.
World première of Τάρταρος – Symphonie électro-visuelle for digitally processed sounds and video (2009-2012) took place on 9 and 10 June 2012 at the Ledcor Theatre, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. The four-movement work was commissioned for the Good Women Dance Collective with financial support provided by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
World premières of Struna srebra for piccolo alone (2011) and Kinneret version for alto flute and piano (1999, rev. 2012) took place on 19 May 2012, with a repeat performance on the following day, at the ABOUT Centre in Athens, Greece. The soloists were Iwona Glinka, flutes and Maria Aloupi, piano.