Roger Bobo, world renown tuba player, for whom I orchestrated the Concerto del Garda. To follow Roger in his travels around the globe you can visit his site at www.rogerbobo.com.
How Bodies Leave Ecstatic Marks is also available as a download or stream from Apple Music. You can click on the album artwork to download the album or some of the tracks.
(Please note that iTunes does not allow the purchase of any individual track that is longer than 10 minutes, therefore, some of the tracks might only be available with a full album download.)
I have been asked to represent the Canadian prairies in this incredible project. Here is an excerpt from the email I received:
“It gives us great pleasure to invite you to represent the Canadian Prairies in composing an 8-10 minute work (for string quartet alone) commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the St. Lawrence String Quartet.
It would be an honour to include your composition in our anniversary celebration.”
I will be working throughout the summer months as the Prairie debut will be in early October 2008. Please check back often as I will be posting updates on the progress and news of the actual events.
I am very pleased to offer here on the site, a new recording of my Cinderella Suite performed by the Meininger-Trio of Germany. The Suite was recorded live atÂ theÂ International Bodensee-Festival.
The Meininger-Trio is made up of flutist Christiane Meininger, cellist Francoise Groben, and pianist Rainer Gepp.
Click here to listen to all 5 movements of the Cinderella Suite.
Finally! Samples of the Halifax Harbour recordings.
Halifax Harbour was commissioned by Dr. Jane Gordon in memory of her late husband, Dr. J.J. Macdonald, and premiered by Symphony Nova Scotia, Jan. 17, 2008.
These recordings are from that performance and were conducted by Dinuk Wijeratne. Although the music is not yet available from the CMC (it should be fairly soon) anyone who wants to get the music can contact me.
Although the complete recordings are not available, you can hear the samples by clicking here.