September 5-9, 2023: The video Grand Liturgie Situationniste was screened at the Torrance Art Museum as part of the Vacations in the Subconscious exhibit celebrating the 100th aniversary of the Manifesto of Surrealism by André Breton.
August 25, 2023: RADIOPHRENIA, a temporary art radio station broadcasting from the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Scotland, presented The Mozart effect during the Shorts 47 show which starts at 10:30 AM Glasgow time (5:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time). Streaming options can be found at https://radiophrenia.scot/listen/.
July 22, 2023: The video Grand Liturgie Situationniste was selected for inclusion in the online exhibition Vacations in the Subconscious 1924-2023, sponsored by the New Museum of Networked Art, celebrating the 100th aniversary of the Manifesto of Surrealism by André Breton.
July 15, 2023: A Baker's Tale arranged for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, percussion, violin, and double bass was performed at the C'mon Festival 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta.
May 21, 2023: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance movements in recital at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Connecticut.
May 7, 2023: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance movements in recital at St. Paul's by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
May 4, 2023: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance movements in recital at the Tryon Fine Arts Center in Tryon, North Carolina.
April 15, 2023:The American Brass Quintet performed Dance Movements in recital at the Concord Free Public Library in Concord, Massachusetts. April 1, 2023: Joshua Bialkin, trumpet, and Jun Hwi Cho, piano, performed Winter on a Master of Musical Arts recital at the Yale School of Music.
March 20, 2023: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance Movements at The Juilliard School as part of the Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital series.
March 12, 2023: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance movements at the Impromtu Classical Concerts series in Key West, Florida.
March 4, 2023: NO SUCCESS, a new channel of experimental audio and video art curated by a group of European composers and performers, publishes two videos each month on Vimeo. Wake me when we get there has been selected for posting online for the month of March 2023.
October 8, 2022: Saint Modestus Blesses the AK-47s was one of 21 acousmatic compositions selected for inclusion in The Violence Project, an online installation sponsored by The New Museum of Networked Art and curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne.
September 22, 2022: The Dance, Art, and Theater Departments of Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania presented 60x60x60, featuring Ain't nobody here but us chickens, at the university's Pearl K. Stoner Performing Arts Complex.
September 22, 2022: The Classical Mandolin Society of America (CMSA) scheduled a New Music Reading Session for intermediate and advanced level players conducted by Jim Bates at the 2022 CMSA Convention in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The ensemble read A Baker's Tale arranged for mandolin orchestra.
June 24, 2022: In celebration the 90th birthday of composer Pauline Oliveros, The Center for Deep Listening at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is publishing one new text score online per day for a year, each one contributed by a different composer. The text composition It is. What? It is! by David Jason Snow was published on Day 26 (June 24, 2022) on the A Year of Deep Listening homepage.
March 9, 2022: A “bumper” (i.e. a musical miniature used to demarcate transitions in TV and radio broadcasts and podcasts) by David Jason Snow is incorporated into the ninth episode of season one of SMT-Pod: The Society for Music Theory Podcast.
February 8, 2022: Radiophrenia, a two-week festival exploring current trends in audio and transmission arts, broadcast the radio mockumentary Adventures in Necromusicology with your host Charles Arthur Rawlings at 10:30 PM GMT (5:30 PM EST) from the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Scotland. The festival was broadcast locally in Glasgow on 87.9FM, and streamed online internationally.
November 20, 2021: Audiovisual Frontiers, an online exhibition of audiovisual art sponsored by the University of California Riverside and curated by UCR professors Paulo C. Chagas and Nikolay Maslov, features the video Wake me when we get there.
October 16, 2021: The Viennese collective and ensemble snim (Spontanes Netzwerk für Improvisierte Musik) performed Psychodrama: three invitations to an encounter for conductor-therapist and neurotic ensemble as part of their annual music festival das kleine symposion at Echoraum in Vienna (see a photo from the performance here).
August 27, 2021: The audiovisual composition 8-bit pseudo-random godhead generator was incorporated into nftapping, the world's first collaborative audiovisual project designed to become a non-fungioble token. The project video, merging the work of 75 audiovisual artists, was featured at the Intervals International Media Art Festival in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia under the auspices of Pitch, a "creative engineering bureau."
July 10-17, 2021: The Intermedia Department of Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków presented 500x1, a multimedia spectacle of one-minute audiovisual works celebrating the 500th anniversary of the installation of the Sigismund Bell in the tower of Wawel Cathedral in Kraków. Included in the program is the video Huk ("peal" in Polish), a visualization of the bell's audio waveform, by David Jason Snow. The program was presented at the Małopolska Garden of Arts in Krakow and in the Academy of Fine Arts Gallery from July 10 to 13; on July 17, the program was exhibited in the buildings on Hans Sachs Platz and Krakauer House in Nurnberg, Germany. The program has been archived on YouTube (Huk begins 26 minutes, 36 seconds into the video).
May 20, 2021: The Brass Quintet Forum, a project initiated by members of the Annapolis Brass Quintet (1971-1993), posted an archival recording of Dance movements performed by the quintet at Weill Recital Hall on March 11, 1988.
December 17, 2020: PANDEMIC EXCLUSIVE! Lucid streaming, a free recital of visual music by Eric Ewazen, David Heinick, Christian Kollgaard, Pamela Marshall, Gary Schneider, and David Jason Snow, featuring performances by Tim Hutchens, The Crane Concert Choir, Triad, and Susan May Schneider, is now online.
November 16, 2020: Radiophrenia, a temporary radio station broadcasting sound art live from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts, aired excerpts from Vex americana on 87.9 FM in Glasgow, and via live-streaming worldwide.
November 14, 2020: The TURN UP Festival Online presented Sam Wells performing Ditch Plains for trumpet and audiovisual fixed media live-streamed on Vimeo, YouTube, and Facebook. The concert has been archived on YouTube (the performance of Ditch Plains begins at 11 minutes, 24 seconds into the video stream).
October 15, 2020: Kana Madarame (trumpet) and Akiko Matsuoka (piano) performed Winter in concert at Suginami Recital Hall in Tokyo. They repeated the program on October 17 at the Ibaraki Prefectural Cultural Center Recital Hall in Mito, Japan.
October 8, 2020: The ensemble Resonant Refractions performed A Baker's Tale in a live-streamed concert from Mise-En_Place in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, under the auspices of the multimedia salon series NYsoundCircuit. The concert has been archived on YouTube.
August 1, 2020: reNEW Music of Reno, Nevada selected A bisl shnaps far di fidler (A little schnapps for the fiddle player, an excerpt from Hasana tanz for solo violin), as the week's featured work in their Micro-commission Project.
July 25, 2020: PANDEMIC EXCLUSIVE! The Museum of Otic Curiosities is now open.
July 4, 2020: INDEPENDENCE DAY PANDEMIC EXCLUSIVE! In the spirit of making the most of limited resources during lockdown, we present Cultural misappropriation, an album of musical sketches, experimental grooves, and other recycled ephemera.
May 31, 2020: PANDEMIC EXCLUSIVE! In tribute to our friends, silent film historians Steve Massa and Ben Model, co-hosts of the weekly live-streamed Silent Comedy Watch Party (with Ben providing improvised piano accompaniment), we invite you to listen to Culpeper capers, an arrangement for theater organ of excerpts from the soundtrack to American minutes.
February 1, 2020: NYsoundCircuit, the multimedia salon series, started its 2020 season with performances at the Flux Factory in Long Island City, including chamber music by Nicholas Bentz, David Jason Snow, and Eunseon Yu.
July 27, 2019: The University of Alabama Chamber Trio performed Le Promenade du Pâtissier from A Baker's Tale in recital at the International Clarinet Association Clarinetfest 2019 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
June 28-30, 2019: The Curious Theatre Branch and Prop Thtr of Chicago, in partnership with the Chicago Laboratory for ElectroAcoustic Theatre, presented two fixed media theater installations, Körperertüchtigungmeister aus Hölle, and Mon coeur appartient à Dada, at the Prop Thtr, Chicago, as part of the Curious ElectroAcoustic Theatre Symposium (a.k.a Curious EATS).
May 23, 2019: Radiophrenia, a temporary radio station broadcasting sound art live from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts, aired the acousmatic composition This is only a test (2019) on 87.9 FM in Glasgow, and via live streaming worldwide.
May 7, 2019: Tuba virtuoso Jay Rozen performed Poor Mr. Cabbage! for 2 tubas and percussion as part of his DMA recital at Stony Brook University's Cabaret Theatre. Assisting were Ryan Hayward, tuba, and Matthew Overbay, percussion.
April 16, 2019: Hasana Tanz was selected as the winning composition in the solo violin category in a competition sponsored by the Nova Chamber Orchestra of Argentina. The work will be performed by a soloist from the orchestra in an upcoming concert.
April 5, 2019: Andrew Stadler, trumpet, and Dan Velicer, piano, performed Winter on Andrew's DMA recital (University of Missouri Kansas City) at Leawood United Methodist Church, Leawood, Kansas.
January 22, 2019: The University of Alabama Chamber Trio performed A Baker's Tale in concert at the Mary Culp Hulsey Recital Hall in Birmingham, Alabama.
November 15, 2018: Sound Thought, an annual festival of music and sound research, composition, and performance run by postgraduate students from the University of Glasgow (Scotland), presented the video Crazytown: a sonification and visualization of neural activity in Donald Trump's cerebral cortex at the Centre for Contemporary Arts Cinema, Glasgow.
October 25, 2018: Nicholls State University faculty member Dr. Matthew Swihart performed Muted suggestions for trumpet and marimba in recital at St. John's Episcopal Church in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
October 14, 2018: The Concerto Chamber Orchestra of the University of Southern California Thornton performed A Baker's Tale at the Alice and Eleonore Schoenfeld Symphonic Hall in Los Angeles.
October 7-14, 2018: Following its world premiere last May in Cerisy-la-Salle, France, the 12-hour dance video Le Ballet de la Nuit was screened during the 5th Encuentro internacional de video-danza y video-performance in Valencia, Spain, at Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània. (The seventh 1-hour segment of the video, Hercule amoureux, was choreographed, danced, recorded, and edited by Aurore Biry, with the score composed and performed by David Jason Snow). The video will also be screened in April 2019 at the University of Leeds, and in Halifax, Nova Scotia (date and venue to be announced).
September 30, 2018: A 5.1 surround-sound version of Brooklyn underground was one of thirty-two recent acousmatic and electro-acoustic compositions performed during this year's Bushwick Open Studios festival at MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick.
May 17, 2018: David Jason Snow, in collaboration with choreographer/videographer Aurore Biry, participated in a dance film project sponsored by the Centre de vidéo-danse de Bourgogne (France), based on the 1653 Ballet de la Nuit by Louis XIV. The project's goal was the creation of a 13-hour long dance film divided into one-hour segments, each segment produced by a different filmmaker and scored by a different composer. The complete film was screened on May 17, 2018 at the Château de Cerisy-la-Salle in Normandy, France, from sunset to sunrise.
May 3, 2018: The video Optimal harmonic fidelity control was screened during the Festival Internacional de Video Arte y Música Visual 2018 at the Centro de Cultura Digital in Mexico City.
March 21, 2018: Jonathon Breen performed Winter in recital at California Statue University Fullerton Recital Hall.
February 11, 2018: Takayuki Onodera, a trumpet player in the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force 6th Band, performed Winter in recital in Tagajō, Japan.
November 30, 2017: Adam Stachowiak (trumpet) performed Winter at his doctoral recital at the Akademia Muzyczna w Gdańsku in Poland.
November 6-19, 2017: Radiophrenia, a temporary FM art radio station broadcasting from the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Scotland, presented The diagnostic and statistical manual of musical disorders on Thursday, November 9, at 10:00 PM GMT (5:00 PM EST), and Sumptuous sinews on Thursday, November 16, at 11:30 PM GMT (6:30 PM EST) as part of its broadcast schedule. The broadcast marathon commenced in Glasgow on November 6 at midnight on 87.9 FM, with simultaneous streaming worldwide at http://radiophrenia.scot/listen/.
July 23, 2017: The electroacoustic work Set sail for the heliopause! was paired in performance with We're above what we see and below what we know, a video by Lindsey Schoeneman, in a program titled Wind: travelling great distances at the Allen County Public Theater in Fort Wayne, Indiana, under the auspices of GRIT collaborative.
July 15, 2017: La Banda Municipal de Bilbao (Spain) released a new compact disc of band music titled Bidaiak (in Basque, “trip”) containing works recorded live at the the Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao under the direction of Maestro José R. Pascual-Vilaplana during the 2016-17 concert season. Performances include Guernica by David Jason Snow, Les mans del vent by Albert Guinovart, and Metamorphosis by Santiago Quinto Serna.
May 12, 2017: The electroacoustic composition Mon coeur appartient à Dada was performed at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Scotland, as part of the Sound Thought 2017 festival of music and sound research, composition, and performance.
May 11, 2017: The electroacoustic composition Yo GABA GABA! is included on the album Sonic Little Cat: Experimental Music For Children on the Urban Arts Berlin label, available for streaming and download from Bandcamp.
May 2-6, 2017: The video Wake me when we get there was screened at Segnali 2017 in Perugia, Italy. The Segnali Audiovisual and Performance Arts international festival is sponsored by the Francesco Morlacchi Conservatory of Music of Perugia, the Pietro Vannucci Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia, and the Oreste Trotta Regional Sound Archive.
March 27, 2017: Hollie Lifshey, Assistant Professor of Trumpet at the Georgia State University School of Music, and principal trumpet with the South Carolina Philharmonic and Macon Symphony, performed Winter for trumpet and piano in recital at Metropolitan State University in Denver.
March 7-19, 2017: The electroacoustic composition Mon coeur appartient à Dada was featured on the audiograft jukebox, an audio server established in conjunction with the audiograft 2017 festival of experimental music and sound in Oxford, England, curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University and co-promoted by Oxford Contemporary Music. The composition was previewed for the festival on March 3 at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford in a LiveFriday event.
January 15, 2017: A Baker's Tale was featured in performance at the 10th International Akaroa Music Festival in New Zealand.
November 29, 2016: A Baker's Tale for violin, clarinet, trumpet, bassoon, piano, and narrator was presented at a faculty recital at Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana.
October 8, 2016: The electroacoustic composition Parlour music was featured in a concert of works by alumni composers of the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.
July 29, 2016: The TorQ Percussion Quartet selected Assault and Battery for 3 percussionists as the winner of its TorQ Percussion Seminar 2016 Composition Competition.
May 1, 2016: Les Amis de l'Orgue de Montréal presented organist Gabrielle Tessier and l'ensemble Mruta Mertsi under the direction of Andre Pappathomas in a performance of David Jason Snow's Requiem for the Millennium as part of Inédits d'orgue: improvisation pour choeur et orgue, a concert of improvisatory works for organ and chorus at Église du Très-Saint-Nom-de-Jésus, Montreal.
April 12, 2016: The acousmatic composition Yo GABA GABA! is featured on the album Nebulullaby: an Interstellar Cloud of Dust, a compilation of experimental electronic music lullabies on the Nebularosa label.
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.
January 2016: The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra Brass Quintet performed Dance Movements in concerts at the Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston on January 22, and Woodlands United Methodist Church Chapel in Houston on January 24.
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.
November 3 - December 15, 2015: The acousmatic composition Mon coeur appartient à Dada was performed at the Universidad Autònoma Metropolitana (Metropolitan Autonomous University) Xochimilco in Mexico City, as part of the MUSLAB 2015 festival.
September 9, 2015: The acousmatic composition Mon coeur cppartient à Dada was performed at the Festival Exhibitronic in Le Jardin des Deux Rives, Strasbourg, France. Additional performances were schedulded:
April 27, 2015: Das Lied von der Magnetosphäre is featured in the online album Deep Wireless 11, curated by New Adventures in Sount Art (NAISA), a non-profit organization based in Toronto that presents acousmatic and experimental sound art performances and installations.
April 22, 2015: The video Wake me when we get there (xMV version) was screened at the Dream Center Harlem as part of the eXperimental music video series curated by Milica Paranosic in partnership with Rob Voisey and Vox Novus.
April 12-19 2015: Radiophrenia, a temporary FM "art radio" station at Scotland's Centre for Contemporary Arts presented Grande Liturgie Situationniste and Freud in Konzert as part of its broadcast schedule. The broadcast marathon commenced in Glasgow at midnight on 87.9 FM, with simultaneous streaming worldwide at http://radiophrenia.scot/listen-2/.
April 10-11, 2015: Laissez les bons temps saignent was selected for the 60x60 Louisiana Mix, a collaboration between Vox Novus and Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Dance Department. Curator Lisa Benner selected 60 compositions to be played continuously in a one-hour live dance concert featuring original choreography by Audra Allen, J Lillian Gray, and LSMSA dance composition students.
March 16, 2015: Victoria Bethel, trumpet, accompanied by pianist Richard Saney, performed Winter in recital at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia.
March 7, 2015: The acousmatic composition This is only a test was featured in the 60x60 Wave Farm Mix , a special edition of 60x60 focused on Radio Art (60x60 is a series of hour-long concert programs comprising 60 pre-recorded pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter). 60x60 Wave Farm Mix was broadcast on Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM at 8:00 PM EST. The program will also be distributed as a Wave Farm Dispatch Series download, and featured in a series of live listening events.
January 20, 2015: Grande Liturgie Situationniste was performed during the opening concert of the Community Festival of Sound Arts “DI_STANZE 2014” organized by CIMA (Centro Interdisciplinare Musica d'Arte) at the Ennio Morricone Auditorium of Tor Vergata University, Rome.
November 2014 (release date): The Institute for Alien Research presents Plastic Notions, an online compilation album which includes David Jason Snow's electro-acoustic work SERENDIP: Das Lied von der Magnetosphäre.
October 17, 2014: The London-based artist, writer, and researcher Eleonora Oreggia (aka xname) is curator of the online audio album Nebulullaby, available for free download from Bandcamp. The 11-track album of “experimental noise industrial electronic techno and procedural lullabies” includes David Jason Snow's composition Yo GABA GABA!
September 3, 2014: Penny Thompson Kruse performed A Night in Jakarta for electric violin and recorded sound at Bryan Recital Hall at Bowling Green State University.
August 31st, 2014: Kammer-Soloisten Zug performed A Baker's Tale in its original version for violin, clarinet, trumpet, bassoon, and piano at the Saal der Musikschule, Haus «MUSICA» in Unterägeri, Switzerland. The program was repeated on September 7th at the Pfarreiheim Gut Hirt, Zug.
August 14th, 2014: A video of Fred DeChristofaro's brilliant performance of Fun Zaydeleh's Lied Buch from the May 30th 76@60 concert in New York is available for viewing here.
July 15th, 2014: Duo Scordatura selected Broadway Boogie Woogie for performance during their 2014-15 concert season.
July 13th, 2014: Composer's Voice presented MaD Circle,a concert of tango-inspired compositions and dances. including Going through the motions by Paul Stregevsky and David Jason Snow, at Jan Hus Church, 351 East 74th Street, New York.
June 14th, 2014: Das Lied von der Magnetosphäre was one of ten electroacoustic compositions chosen by MAARBLE, the pan-European space research project, as winners of its Sounds of Space musical composition contest.
May 30, 2014: '76 @ 60, a concert featuring the music of Eastman School of Music-educated composers Eric Ewazen, David Heinick, Pamela Marshall, David Shuler, and David Jason Snow, in celebration of their 60th birthdays, took place at The Church of St. Luke in the Fields, New York.
May 11, 2014: Composer's Voice presented Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Viola Yip performing the time-compressed live vocal version of Petite Liturgie Situationniste: a catechism for the Groucho Marxist at Jan Hus Church, 351 East 74th Street, New York.
March 27, 2014: The inaugural concert of the Circuit Bridges electroacoustic music series, featuring the composition Grande liturgie situationniste by David Jason Snow, took place at Gallery MC27 in New York.
February 14, 2014: In conjunction with new music group Qubit's Machine Music festival, The velvet gentleman: ballet indigeste for 4 Disklaviers was premiered in a workshop setting at the Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez, 107 Suffolk Street, New York.
January 30, 2014: Pianist Alvin Zhu performed A Baker's Tale for violin, trumpet and piano at his Master Graduation Recital in Paul Hall at the Juilliard School with violinist Diomedes Saraza and trumpeter Kevin Quill.
December 8, 2013: Composer's Voice celebrated Robert Voisey's 44th birthday with Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Hard Eight-Graphic Scores, including David Jason Snow's brood II, at Jan Hus Church, 351 East 74th Street, New York.
November 28, 2013: The Treachery of Images: Music Inspired by Surrealist Art featuring David Jason Snow's Die Alte Frau was performed by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble at the Southsite Salon, Hong Kong.
November 15, 2013: Lewis University (Romeoville, Illinois) presented Big Apple Bytes, an hour-long video presentation of New York travel destinations and landmarks, with the 60x60 (2012) New York Minutes Mix as audio accompaniment, including David Jason Snow's Ain't nobody here but us chickens.
November 6, 2013: The Iowa Brass Quintet, resident faculty brass ensemble at the University of Iowa School of Music, performed Dance Movements in Riverside Recital Hall on the UI campus.
October 4-5, 2013: The STUDIO 300 Digital Art and Music Festival at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, presented Notes from underground, an audio installation, in the Mitchell Fine Arts Center.
September 26, 2013: The music department of Lewis University celebrated the 100th anniversary of Igor Stravinsky's ballet Vesna Sviashchennaia with musicBYTES, a concert of video and electroacoustic music inspired by that monumental work (more commonly known as The Rite of Spring), including David Jason Snow's monument to bad taste, Sacre Bleu.
September 15, 2013: Romanian violinist Daniel Mihai performed Total Harmonic Distortion for violin and recorded sound in concert at Mihail Jora Hall at the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company in Bucharest.
July 17, 2013: The American Brass Quintet performed Dance Movements at the Aspen Music Festival.
September-October 2012: The Kruse Duo (Penny Thompson Kruse, violin; Steven Kruse, viola) performed Broadway Boogie-Woogie (Etude after Mondrian) at various venues during their American and European recital tour.
August 3, 2012: The Ironwood Trio (Jana Starling, E-flat clarinet; Leslie Moreau, B-flat clarinet; Anne Watson, bass clarinet) performed Hasana Tanz at the International Clarinet Association's ClarinetFest 2012 on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus.
October 29, 2011: Ensemble Décadanse performed Concertino Marcel Duchamp and Viola Bastarda in a concert honoring the 99th birthday of composer John Cage at Les Instants chavirés in Montreuil, France.
May 26, 2011: Tage Larsen of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and accompanist Mamiko Yasuda-Larsen performed Winter for trumpet and piano at the International Trumpet Guild Conference in Minneapolis.
February 25, 2011: SPAM v. 2.0 is thingNY's second-annual experimental variety show of commissioned compositions and nonpositions from composers, writers, video artists, friends, relatives and strangers. The program featured David Snow's Lumberjack Song for solo violoncello, and 1955: Le maître sans marteau, a "popular cantata" for 2 narrators, assorted soloists, geek chorus, and unspecified instrumental ensemble. Little Theatre @ LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Long Island City, New York.
January 29, 2011: "Dark Concert" presentation in Evanston, Illinois of the 2010 UnTwelve composition competition finalists and winners, featuring David Snow's Etudes for imaginary harp.
July 25, 2010: The New Juilliard Ensemble (Hsiang John Tu, piano; Heidi Schaul-Yoder, violin; Mimi Yu, cello) premiered Nice Girls Don't for violin, cello, piano, and recorded sound at the Museum of Modern Art in New York as part of the museum's Summergarden concert series.
March 1, 2010: The Gates of Paradise, a masque in two acts, received a workshop performance at The Blank Theatre in Los Angeles as part of its Living Room play development series. Tina Polzin directed.
December 19, 2009: thingNY presented SPAM, a concert of works inspired by junk e-mail, at the University of the Streets in New York. Viola Bastarda for violin, violoncello and glockenspiel was a featured work See the performance here (PARENTAL ADVISORY: EXPLICIT LYRICS).
December 6, 2009: "The Sound of One Shoe Dropping" for recorded sound was performed at Beauty, Horror and Silence: The Electronic Arts and Music Festival at the Harold Golen Gallery in Miami.
July 29, 2009: The Kruse Duo (Penny Thompson Kruse, violin, and Steven Kruse, viola) performed "Jakarta" for violin, viola, and percussion ensemble at the 37th International Viola Congress, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, hosted by The Viola Society of South Africa.
May 22, 2008: "Three Studies for Two Disklaviers" was performed at the Music for Disklavier concert, Yamaha Artist Services Piano Salon, New York City.
October 31, 2007: Dr. Penny Thompson Kruse performed "A Night in Jakarta" for electric violin and recorded sound at Bowling Green State University.
May 2007: David Jason Snow's composition Dance Movements is the subject of Edward A. Castro's doctoral dissertation Imitation of an innovator: a comparative analysis of Agon by Igor Stravinsky and Dance movements for brass quintet by David Snow.
July 29, 2006: The American Brass Quintet performed "Dance Movements" in recital at the Aspen Music Festival.
May 4, 2006: The American Brass Quintet performed "Dance Movements" at The Juilliard School as part of the Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital series.
April 13, 2006: The Central Michigan University Percussion Ensemble performed "Jakarta" under the direction of Andrew Spencer.
March 16, 2006: The musical quartet Pastiche performed "A Baker's Tale" in Ralph Squires Recital Hall at McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana, as part of the McNeese Spring Faculty-Guest Artist Series.
February 14, 2006: Tinglan Chen (violin), Andrew DeBoer (clarinet), Dan Schmidt (trumpet), Bruce Gbur (bassoon), Jonathan Sokasits (piano), and Debra McKim (narrator) performed "A Baker's Tale" in a Valentine's Day recital at Saint Marks Pro-Cathedral in Hastings, Nebraska.
October, 2005: After a 1-year stint as Media Coordinator at Vidipax, LLC in Long Island City, NY, David Snow was recently appointed music cataloger and archival processor at The Lila Acheson Wallace Library at The Juilliard School.
June 2004: David Snow enjoyed a one month residency at the Millay Colony for the Arts in Austerlitz, New York.
March 9, 2004: Christian Batzdorf (trumpet) and Dominic Oelze (marimba) performed "Muted Suggestions" in concert at the Staatskapelle Berlin.
February 2, 2004: Chris Gekker (trumpet) and Ted Guerrant (piano) performed "Winter" and "A Baker's Tale" in recital at the University of Maryland, College Park.
January 29, 2004: Chris Gekker (trumpet) and Ted Guerrant (piano) performed "Winter" and "A Baker's Tale" in recital at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
January 10, 2004: Trio Indiana (James Campbell, Eli Eban, and Howard Klug) performed "Hasana Tanz" for three clarinets at the Hatfield Hall Theater, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, in Terre Haute, Indiana.
October 23, 2003: "Six Chinese Dishes" (2003 electronic incarnation) has been selected for publication in the inaugural sonic issue of Diagram, an electronic journal of text and art.
July 11, 2003: "Hasana Tanz" for clarinet trio was performed by Howard Klug, Min-ho Yeh, and Jorge Montilla at the International Clarinet Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah.
January 16 - April 27, 2003: "Orbits of the Hénon Map" was performed by Klavier Nonette, an installation of nine MIDI-controlled toy pianos designed by the Seattle-based sound-sculptor/composer/inventor Trimpin and sponsored by Jack Straw Productions and the Washington Composers Forum. Click here for exclusive pix of Klavier Nonette by flute-goddess/photographer Anne M. Diamond.
January 18 - February 28, 2003: "Concertino Marcel Duchamp," "The Lumberjack Song," "SERENDIPity," and "Wittgenstein Revisited" were featured in Pulse Field, an exhibition of electro-acoustic works at Georgia State University.
January 9, 2003: Sabrina Berger performed works by David Snow in recital at Beth Israel Synagogue in Westport, Connecticut.
November 14, 2002: The Arizona State University Percussion Ensemble performed "Jarkata" with oboist Martin Schuring and violinist Katie McLin at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention in Columbus, Ohio.
August 3, 2002: Sabrina Berger performed works by David Snow, Alex Shapiro, Thomas Oboe Lee, Lorenzo Sorbo and others at Amberjack's in South Norwalk, Connecticut.
May 30, 2002: Jay Rozen, Christopher Meeder, and Joe Exley of the tuba trio THREE and drummer Rock Savage performed "A Sheynem Dank Dir Im Pupik" at the International Tuba-Euphonium Conference in Greensboro, North Carolina.
October 26, 2001: Steve Hasse performed "Winter" for trumpet and piano in recital at the University of Maryland College Park.
October 15, 2001: The American Brass Quintet performed "Dance Movements" in a Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series concert at the Juilliard School in New York.
July 25, 2001: The American Brass Quintet performed "Dance Movements" at the Aspen Music Festival.
July 18 and 22, 2001: Eastman performers and composers presented concerts at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland and St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland. Both programs included "Winter" for trumpet and piano performed by Stephen Hasse and Deborah Brown.*
May 11, 2001: Sabrina Berger performed "A Night In Jakarta" for electric violin and tape in recital at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore in Norwalk, CT.
April 6, 2001: Jay Rozen led his virtuoso tuba trio THREE in the premiere performance of "A Sheynem Dank Dir Im Pupik" at The Knitting Factory in New York City.
November 24, 2000: David Snow began a four-week residency at Yaddo, the artist's community in Saratoga Springs, New York.
November 17, 2000: LINK: A Critical Journal on the Arts in Baltimore and the World, featured "Freud In Konzert" on the companion CD to its most recent issue, "Hysteria" (LINK #5).
October 29, 2000: Sabrina A. Berger prerformed "A Night In Jakarta" for electric violin and tape, and "Hasana Tanz" for solo electric violin in recital at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.
October 22, 2000: Sabrina A. Berger premiered "A Night In Jakarta" for electric violin and tape, and performed "Hasana Tanz" for solo electric violin at the Weston (CT) Public Library in a recital sponsored by the Weston Commission for the Arts.
July 22-23, 2000: Sabrina A. Berger premiered "Hasana Tanz" for solo electric 5-string violin and orchestra with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Waterbury Connecticut.
June 11, 2000: "On Clearwater Mountain" for trumpet, harp, timpani, and strings was performed by the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra (Chris Gekker, trumpet soloist, Richard Auldon Clark, conductor) in Weill Hall, New York City.
May 20, 2000: "Hasana Tanz" for solo electric 5-string violin was performed in recital by Sabrina A. Berger in Norwalk, Connecticut.
April 30, 2000: The "Concertino Marcel Duchamp" for recordable media was performed at a concert of electro-acoustic music at the University of Texas, San Antonio.
March 24, 2000: Chris Gekker and Julie Miller performed "Winter" for trumpet and piano at the Gulf Coast Brass Weekend, hosted by McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Chris also performed the work with Robert McCoy in recital at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC on March 24.
March 8, 2000: "Timor Timur" for piano and tape received its premiere performance during the 8th Annual International Festival of Electroacoustic Music in Havana, Cuba. The work also received performances on March 21 and 25 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and on April 1 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Lawrence Axelrod was the piano soloist.