SHOW – Fifth Hammer – If There Be Any Sorrow

If There Be Any Sorrow | Music of the Triduum March 31, 2017 | 8:00 p.m. Performance | 7:00 p.m. Pre-performance Talk Church of Our Savior, 1068 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306 April 7, 2017 | 8:00 p.m. Performance |

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SHOW – Fifth Hammer – If There Be Any Sorrow

If There Be Any Sorrow | Music of the Triduum March 31, 2017 | 8:00 p.m. Performance | 7:00 p.m. Pre-performance Talk Church of Our Savior, 1068 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306 April 7, 2017 | 8:00 p.m. Performance |

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DISSERTATION – The Economic, Aesthetic, and Nonprofit Organization of Professional Vocal Ensembles

Download full text here. ABSTRACT: Professional vocal ensembles have few published resources to assist their managers in navigating the economic and societal currents of the performing arts. Yet, professional choral performance is growing across America. This study seeks to theorize

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DISSERTATION – The Economic, Aesthetic, and Nonprofit Organization of Professional Vocal Ensembles

Download full text here. ABSTRACT: Professional vocal ensembles have few published resources to assist their managers in navigating the economic and societal currents of the performing arts. Yet, professional choral performance is growing across America. This study seeks to theorize

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BLOG – A Review of Paul A. Epstein: Piano Music – R. Andrew Lee, piano

Paul A. Epstein: Piano Music R. Andrew Lee, piano Will Robin, program note Irritable Hedgehog Records 1) Drawing No. 5 (Triangles) 2) Drawing No. 3 (Slow Title) 3) Drawing No. 4 (Triangle, Broken Horizontal and Vertical Lines, Rectangles, and Parallelograms)

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BLOG – A Review of Paul A. Epstein: Piano Music – R. Andrew Lee, piano

Paul A. Epstein: Piano Music R. Andrew Lee, piano Will Robin, program note Irritable Hedgehog Records 1) Drawing No. 5 (Triangles) 2) Drawing No. 3 (Slow Title) 3) Drawing No. 4 (Triangle, Broken Horizontal and Vertical Lines, Rectangles, and Parallelograms)

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Conducting Portfolio

Video of my conducting in performance, rehearsal, and masterclasses can be viewed on my Vimeo page.

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Conducting Portfolio

Video of my conducting in performance, rehearsal, and masterclasses can be viewed on my Vimeo page.

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RECORD – The Riot Ensemble – Approaching Dutilleux

Approaching Dutilleux’ is a series of recordings taken from a concert project that took place in London and Cambridge in May 2014. Scheduled on the one-year anniversary of Henri Dutilleuxs death (22 May, 2013), five emerging composers from around the

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RECORD – The Riot Ensemble – Approaching Dutilleux

Approaching Dutilleux’ is a series of recordings taken from a concert project that took place in London and Cambridge in May 2014. Scheduled on the one-year anniversary of Henri Dutilleuxs death (22 May, 2013), five emerging composers from around the

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BLOG – A Review of Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble’s Realign the Time

Realign the Time – Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble October 2014 ––––––– Three Madrigals – Max Grafe Bantams in Pinewood Tea Fabliau of Florida 4. Squarepushers – Amanda Feery 5. Le Salève – Jonathan Sokol 6. Decantations for voices – Ravi Kittappa 7. Hommage – David Grant

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BLOG – A Review of Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble’s Realign the Time

Realign the Time – Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble October 2014 ––––––– Three Madrigals – Max Grafe Bantams in Pinewood Tea Fabliau of Florida 4. Squarepushers – Amanda Feery 5. Le Salève – Jonathan Sokol 6. Decantations for voices – Ravi Kittappa 7. Hommage – David Grant

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BLOG – Coming to Terms with Strauss – Part 2 of 3

This is the second of three posts I am writing in preparation for the South London Chamber Concerts performance on Saturday, September 28, 2013. As a disclaimer, let me say that I know that this post is far too short

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BLOG – Coming to Terms with Strauss – Part 2 of 3

This is the second of three posts I am writing in preparation for the South London Chamber Concerts performance on Saturday, September 28, 2013. As a disclaimer, let me say that I know that this post is far too short

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AUDIO – John Cage – Litany for the Whale Excerpt

Litany for the Whale Jeremiah Cawley, voice

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AUDIO – John Cage – Litany for the Whale Excerpt

Litany for the Whale Jeremiah Cawley, voice

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AUDIO – Monteverdi Vespers Excerpts

Audi Coelum UW Madison Madrigal Singers and Madison Early Music Festival Jeremiah Cawley and Will Bouvel, tenors Bruce Gladstone, conductor Duo Seraphim – “Tres sunt” UW Madison Madrigal Singers and Madison Early Music Festival Jeremiah Cawley, Will Bouvel, and Peter

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AUDIO – Monteverdi Vespers Excerpts

Audi Coelum UW Madison Madrigal Singers and Madison Early Music Festival Jeremiah Cawley and Will Bouvel, tenors Bruce Gladstone, conductor Duo Seraphim – “Tres sunt” UW Madison Madrigal Singers and Madison Early Music Festival Jeremiah Cawley, Will Bouvel, and Peter

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VIDEO – The Box Is Empty – Live at the Century Ballrooom

Here (In Circles) – Michel Van Der Aa Ivan Arteaga, clarinet : Evan Smith, bass clarinet : Erik Reed, trumpet : Andrew Angell, percussion : Maria Mannisto, soprano : Alina To and Mara Sedlins, violins : Olivia Thomas, viola : Alex Ho,

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VIDEO – The Box Is Empty – Live at the Century Ballrooom

Here (In Circles) – Michel Van Der Aa Ivan Arteaga, clarinet : Evan Smith, bass clarinet : Erik Reed, trumpet : Andrew Angell, percussion : Maria Mannisto, soprano : Alina To and Mara Sedlins, violins : Olivia Thomas, viola : Alex Ho,

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REVIEW – The Box Is Empty Live at the Century Ballroom – I Care If You Listen

“Under Cawley’s baton, the ensemble gave a sizzling performance” I Care if You Listen – The Box is Empty & Nat Evans: An evening of premieres at Seattle’s Century Ballroom by Dana Wen

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REVIEW – The Box Is Empty Live at the Century Ballroom – I Care If You Listen

“Under Cawley’s baton, the ensemble gave a sizzling performance” I Care if You Listen – The Box is Empty & Nat Evans: An evening of premieres at Seattle’s Century Ballroom by Dana Wen

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SHOW – The Concert Spirituel – Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and the Cathedral of St. Philip Schola

The Concert Spirituel provided a means in Paris to produce entertainments during the Lenten season when theatrical events were forbidden. Begun on March 18, 1725, these events were attended by the lower aristocracy, foreigners, and other people of means. The

SHOW – The Concert Spirituel – Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and the Cathedral of St. Philip Schola

The Concert Spirituel provided a means in Paris to produce entertainments during the Lenten season when theatrical events were forbidden. Begun on March 18, 1725, these events were attended by the lower aristocracy, foreigners, and other people of means. The

SHOW – Elijah – True Concord

True Concord’s upcoming performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah, January 27-29, has been called the “cornerstone of the 2017 Tucson Desert Song Festival” and having Grammy-winning operatic baritone Richard Paul Fink in the title role is certainly one of the reasons. This will

SHOW – Elijah – True Concord

True Concord’s upcoming performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah, January 27-29, has been called the “cornerstone of the 2017 Tucson Desert Song Festival” and having Grammy-winning operatic baritone Richard Paul Fink in the title role is certainly one of the reasons. This will

SHOW – DeCachetitoRaspado (Cheek to Stubbled Cheek) – Bent Frequency

DeCachetitoRaspado (Cheek to Stubbled Cheek), a Comic-Hemofiction opera created by two extraordinary Mexican artists:  Juan Trigos, composer and conductor; and Juan Trigos Synister, novelist, playwright and librettist. Through their works, both artists engage with culturally relevant and significant social themes, such

SHOW – DeCachetitoRaspado (Cheek to Stubbled Cheek) – Bent Frequency

DeCachetitoRaspado (Cheek to Stubbled Cheek), a Comic-Hemofiction opera created by two extraordinary Mexican artists:  Juan Trigos, composer and conductor; and Juan Trigos Synister, novelist, playwright and librettist. Through their works, both artists engage with culturally relevant and significant social themes, such