On Saturday, April 28 I will perform the following works as part of the opening of the Frankenstein 4.0 art exhibit opening: — Varese: Density 21.5 (arranged for guitar) — Sagala: …falling silent
Zurück nach Deustchland–>Electric guitar concert at the Black Box in Münster, on June 25.
On April 24 I presented a solo recital of some of my music (including the new Trakl poems) and some new-ish music for solo electric guitar. On the program: Murail “Vampyr!” Varèse “Density 21.5” Gubaidulina “Serenade” Sagala “Five Poems from Trakl” Stockhausen “Spiral” Sagala “…falling silent” Friday, April 24, 2015 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM SUNY Fredonia […]
My “Five Poems from Trakl” will premiered on this concert at SUNY Oneonta: SoundGallery is a presentation of works in the acousmatic tradition, works composed specifically for audio playback systems. The style of presenting musical works in this manner dates back to the 1940s when Pierre Schaefer, and his contemporaries, began presenting works of musique […]
On June 10, ensemble:hörsinn presented a portrait concert of my work at the BlackBox in Münster, Germany. The pieces performed were “Stalking the Wild Moon” performed by Gereon Voß, “through autumn into winter” performed by Pavel Tseliapniou and Deborah Rawlings, “Solstice2” by Deborah Rawlings, “the Strand (3.262)” played by Norbert Fabritius, and “die Grenzen der Sprache” an […]
This past October I presented a concert with fellow faculty composer Paul Coleman at SUNY Fredonia. I really enjoy events like this–they are a great motivator and make my work more goal-oriented. They’re also a great opportunity to work with some of the talented performers around me. My solo marimba work “Stalking the Wild Moon” […]
Andrew Bishop performs Signe for Alto Flute & Max/MSP by Jeremy Sagala as part of a Flute and Electronics recital in the Performance Space at the University of Western Sydney, Kingswood Campus, 26 May 2011.
April 18, 2010. The New York New Music Ensemble performed Tenebrae by Jeremy Sagala. Here is the review in the New York Times.
Ensemble Ilusis was an early project of mine that brought together composers Philip Schuessler, Jay Batzner, and myself. During the tour listed here, saxophonist Richard Schwartz and pianist Kenneth Boulton joined us as we performed at several colleges throughout the southern US. We gave pre-concert talks, community outreach lectures, and included student works on the […]
The Washington Square Music Society performed my composition Stalking the Wild Moon in May 2008.