Roger Reynolds: FLiGHT (2012-2016) from Ross Karre on Vimeo.

NEW Update 21 March 2016

Reynolds is an invited composer at the International Summer Course for New Music Darmstadt, 10 July - 14 August 2016. Among other activities, he will perform one of his intermedial PASSAGE lectures in a customizedl "Darmstadt" version, featuring the Arditti Quartet, and also present a Workshop/Performance event focused on the new collaboration between him, Irvine Arditti, and Paul Hembree : Shifting/Drifting (for violin and computer).

October will feature performances of the complete FLiGHT project : Park Avenue Armory (NYC) and Digital Media Center (University of Colorado Boulder). A collaboration between Reynolds, JACK, Ross Karre, and Paul Hembree.


Gramophone magazine (London) featured a 2-page editorial about Reynolds's work by Philip Clark : "[He] remains fascinated with perceiving sound in new ways..." (March 2016). See NEWS for extended quote.


Eric Huebner (pianist with the New York Philharmonic) performed Reynolds's complete Piano Etudes, Book I as a newly conceived, interwoven continuity, at a Miller Theatre "Pop-Up" event in New York, 26 January 2016.


Recent CD releases include Complete Cello Music with Alexis Descharmes [mode]. Gramophone : “fresh-minted but also thrillingly open-ended … What other composer could have arrived at a score like ‘Thoughts, Places, Dreams’ for cello and chamber orchestra (2013) ? … Reynolds plants seeds in our memory, challenging us to apply our memories of what we think we heard earlier, or might have heard…” and The imagE/ imAge/ set, complementary solos for six different instruments [Neuma].

VIEW THE TRAILER (3’45”) for PASSAGE 9, an intermedial lecture presented by Roger Reynolds, presented on 13 March 2013.
Videography and Trailer by Kyle Johnson.
See NEWS for more information about the ongoing series of PASSAGE lectures.


PUBLISHER:
C.F. PETERS CORPORATION, NEW YORK


ARCHIVES:
ROGER REYNOLDS LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SPECIAL COLLECTION
FONDS ROGER REYNOLDS PAUL SACHER STIFTUNG

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