Ensemble Intercontemporain (Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris)
The New Juilliard Ensemble (Museum of Modern Art, New York)
The American Brass Quintet (John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, DC)
The Harvard Wind Ensemble (Sanders Theater, Cambridge)
The Yale University Band (Woolsey Hall, New Haven)
The Eastman Percussion Ensemble (Eastman Theatre, Rochester)
Composer David Jason Snow is the recipient of awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the ASCAP Foundation, BMI, the Maryland State Arts Council, Musician magazine and Keyboard magazine, and has been an artist resident at Yaddo and the Millay Colony for the Arts. He holds degrees in music composition from the Eastman School of Music and Yale University, where his principle teachers were Joseph Schwantner, Warren Benson, Samuel Adler and Jacob Druckman.
April-August 2016: AEPEX Contemporary Performance presented the acousmatic composition Onde sulla spiaggia as part of their "sound system takeover" series at businesses, bars, and restaurants across southeast Michigan.
December 11, 2015: L'association Larkipass of the Université de Strasbourg presented B'old, I'talic and R'egular, a listening session for the new vinyl album Exhibitronic (featuring David Jason Snow's acousmatic composition Mon coeur appartient à Dada), followed by an evening of mixed electronic music and DJs with vinyl media.
December 5, 2015: The Hartford New Music Festival performed the acousmatic composition Mon coeur cppartient à Dada during their final 2015 program titled Moans, Drones, and Cellular Phones.
Older concert and event information can be found in theNews Archive.
Scores and parts for the compositions Winter and A Baker's Tale for trumpet and piano are available for sale directly from the composer for $20.00 (U.S.) each, plus $5.00 shipping (continental U.S. only). Please specify Bb or C trumpet part; if you want both parts, add $4.00. Pay with personal check or via PayPal (please add a $2.00 PayPal service charge). Contact us to place an order or inquire about international shipping rates.