Many thanks to Clay Daniel, teacher, dancer, and choreographer at Central Piedmont Community College for the opportunity to compose the music for his dance interpretation of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry work The Little Prince. Video of the work can be found here (part 1) and here (part 2).
Many thanks to Tim Bonenfant and his colleagues who will be performing “Nightscape” for clarinet and two pianos on a concert at the end of February in San Angelo, Texas at Angelo State University. Tim is still working out the details on how the concert will be streamed. I’ll update the posts here as information becomes available.
A video of the performance will also be available once it’s been performed and edited. Stay tuned…
Belated announcement. Retirement as of 1/1/2019…perhaps more to follow…
Many thanks to the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Music Director Christopher Warren-Green and Maestro Christopher Lees for programming and premiering About the Dark Times for Orchestra and Chorus.
See UNCC Movement Migration from the September 2017 Dance Performance here…
Choreography: Movement Migration
Music: Craig Bove
Many thanks to the Beo String Quartet and everyone at the Charlotte New Music Festival for programming Restoration.
A studio recording from July 2017:
A video of the live performance is available here on the YouTubes:
Restoration – 6/28/17 Beo String Quartet (with guest bassist Tom Hildreth)
A belated thanks to remarkable pianist and high-tech disklavier wizard Anatoly Larkin for producing the world premiere of Pyle Driver at the Pianos Without Organs festival at Greywalls Hall in Raleigh, NC.
Generations: New Music Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Jean Tinguely’s Sculpture “Santana”
In celebration of the Bechtler Museum’s latest exhibition, Celebrating Jean Tinguely and Santana, five composers have written original music to complement the piece. Three of the pieces include original choreography by UNCC’s Associate Dance Professor, Kim Jones, with former dancers from the Martha Graham and Jose Limon Dance company as well as local dancers. Featured composers are; from Queens University (Zach Zubow), Winthrop University (Ron Parks and Mark Lewis), UNCC (John Allemeier) and Central Piedmont Community College (Craig Bove).Performance on May 21 at 6pm.
Sunday, May 21, 2017 2:00 PM