William Kleinsasser

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PAST PERFORMANCES OF COMPOSITIONS

2013 
National conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS): C12 H14 N2 O2 (Serotonin) for piccolo and computer, performed by Elizabeth McNutt, St. Paul, MN, April 19, 2013

Royal Conservatory of Ghent, Hogeschool – (venue: La Resistenza), Smooth Wood, Flash Metal performed by Elizabeth Campos-Furber, Blanka Borkowska, and Simon Decraene, April 16, 2013

Philadelphia Network for New Music, THIRD SPACE: Beautiful and Strange, Smooth Wood, Flash Metal performed by Edward Schultz, Benjamin Fingland, and Joo Won Park, April 8, 2013

Furman University, pianist Ruth Neville premiered the first movement, a moment without memory, from a set of four pieces for piano entitled now a time without, February 24, 2013
2012  
University of North Texas: guest composer performance of C12 H14 N2 O2 (Serotonin) for piccolo and computer, Elizabeth McNutt, piccolo, October 8, 2012

University of North Texas: guest composer performance of Adagio (amore) for alto flute, clarinet, metal percussion, and computer, October 8, 2012

University of North Texas: guest composer performance of Four Interludes, electro-acoustic music on digital tape, October 8, 2012

University of North Texas: guest composer performance of HO2 C6H3 - CHOH - CH2NHCH3 (Adrenaline) for trombone quartet and computer, October 8, 2012

Equilibrium Concert Series: commissioned first performance of Infinite Frames piano quintet, May 6, 2012, Boston, MA
2011  
Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: invited premiere performance of C12 H14 N2 O2 (Serotonin) for piccolo and computer, Elizabeth McNutt, piccolo, November 5, 2011

Wayne State University, Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer, performed by Daniel Koppelman, Detroit, MI, April 11, 2011

2010

Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: invited performance of Adagio (amore) for alto flute, clarinet, metal percussion, and computer, Lisa Cella, flute, E. Michael Richards, clarinet, Tom Goldstein, percussion, November 6, 2010

LiveWire Music Festival at the University Maryland Baltimore County: invited performance of Adagio (amore) for alto flute, clarinet, metal percussion, and computer, Lisa Cella, flute, E. Michael Richards, clarinet, Tom Goldstein, percussion, October 28, 2010

31st Annual New Music Festival, Bowling Green State University, invited performance of Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer, Daniel Koppelman, performer, Bowling Green, OH, October 22, 2010

Furman University, Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer, performed by Daniel Koppelman, Greenville, SC, September 29, 201

Chesapeake Orchestra, Jeffrey Silberschlag, conductor, with the first performance of Many Rivers for symphony orchestra at the 2010 River Concert Series, St. Marys City, MD, July 16, 2010

2009

Dave Ballou, trumpet, performed with newly expanded version of (Prepared) Perpendicular Times (Experience), an open-form environment for improvised trumpet and interactive computer music, with John Hollenbeck and Danny Gouker, Towson University, Baltimore, MD, December 10, 2009

Spiza Greek composers collective
project first performances of Adagio (amore) in Athens, Greece, the University of Virginia, and the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, October 3, October 16, and October 18, 2009.

American Dance Festival
14th annual Dancing for the Camera: International Festival of Film and Video Dance, Do You Like That? a dance for the camera, selected for performance, Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, NC, July 10–12, 2009

Krakow Academy of Music, Improvisations using Erard’s Springs & Levers, a MIDI controller software instrument performed by Daniel Koppelman, Krakow, Poland, May 2009

Maryland Film Festival
: selected screening of Do You Like That?, a dance for the camera, Baltimore, MD,
May 8-9, 2009

Two Days and Two Nights festival in Odessa, Ukraine, Improvisations using Erard’s Springs & Levers, a MIDI controller software instrument performed by Daniel Koppelman, April 26, 2
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Loyola College, Baltimore
: A Gift of Possible Futures, for cello and piano, performance by Ilya Finkelshteyn and Lura Johnson, Baltimore, MD, March 23, 2009

2008

Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: invited performance of Do You Like That?, a dance for the camera, Richmond, VA, November 8, 2008

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Do You Like That?, first screening at the 2008 Alumnae Dance Concert, September 27, 2008

Two Days and Two Nights festival in Odessa, Ukraine
, Quintuple Escapement, for MIDI controller and computer, selected for performance, Daniel Koppelman, April 16, 2008

Performance at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine, Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer, performed by Daniel Koppelman, April 5, 2008 in a concert co-sponsored by the Fulbright Program in Ukraine and the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kyiv.

EuCuE Concerts
, Four Interludes
selected for performance, Électroacoustique université Concordia University Electroacoustics, Montreal, Canada, February 6-8, 2008

2007

Vondelkerk, Amsterdam, NL, Threads of Mitoses performed by Gilberto Bernardes, Roberto Genova,  saxophones, November 17, 2007

Sonorites Festival
, Sonic Arts Research Center (SARC), Belfast, Northern Ireland, Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer (24-channel diffusion version), selected for performance, performed by Daniel Koppelman, April 22, 2007

16th Annual Florida Computer Music Festival, Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, selected for performance, performed by E. Michael Richards, University of Florida, Gainesville FL, April 13, 2007

National conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS): Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, selected for performance, performed by E. Michael Richards, Iowa State University, March 12, 2007

2006

The University of California-San Diego, Daniel Koppelman performed Quintuple Escapement for MIDI controller and computer, November 20, 2006

International Computer Music Association International Conference: Protean Profile, for two pianos, computer and live sampling, selected by international programming jury, performed by duo runedako (Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman), Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 8, 2006

Dave Ballou, trumpet, performed with first use of (Prepared) Perpendicular Times (Experience), and open-form environment for improvised trumpet and interactive computer music in a performance at An Die Musik, Baltimore, MD, November 4, 2006

Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: invited performance of Four Interludes, for eight-channel digital media, Richmond, VA, November 4, 2006 

Furman University: Protean Profile, for two pianos, computer and live sampling, performed by duo runedako (Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman), Greenville, SC, LiSa Live Sampling Concert, May 19, 2006

New Music Ensemble at Towson University: A Gift of Possible Futures, for cello and piano, first performance given by cellist Ilya Finkelshteyn and pianist Lura Johnson-Lee, Baltimore, MD, April 12, 2006

National conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS):
Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer selected  by programming jury performed by Lisa Cella and E. Michael Richards, University of Oregon, March 31, 2006

Music at the Forefront series at Bowling Green State University: Protean Profile, for two pianos, computer and live sampling, performed by duo runedako (Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman), February 27, 2006

University of California-Irvine, E. Michael Richards performed Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, February 15, 2006

University of Redlands, E. Michael Richards performed Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, Redlands, CA, February 12, 2006

Furman University: Protean Profile, for two pianos, computer and live sampling,  the second Live Sampling commission by duo runedako (Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman), first performance, Greenville, SC, February 1, 2006

2005   

E. Michael Richards performed Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, November 13, 2005

The Festival of New American Music, California State University-Sacramento: Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, performed by E. Michael Richards, Sacramento, CA, November 6, 2005

Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music, the University of Richmond: invited premiere performance of Inner Nature Persistently Emerges, for bass clarinet and computer, performed by E. Michael Richards, Richmond, VA, November 4, 2005

International Computer Music Association International Conference (ICMC): (HO)2 C6H3 - CHOH - CH2NHCH3 (Adrenaline) for trombone quartet and computer selected by international programming jury to be performed, Barcelona, Spain, September, 2005

International Society for Contemporary Music 2005 ISCM World Music Days  / 23rd Music Biennial Zagreb 2005: Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer selected by international programming jury to be presented during the 2005 ISCM World Music Days  / 23rd Music Biennial Zagreb 2005, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb, Croatia, April 15, 2005

National conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS): Quintuple Escapement for interactive software instrument, selected for performance, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, April, 2005

14th Annual Florida Computer Music Festival: (HO)2 C6H3 - CHOH - CH2NHCH3 (Adrenaline) for trombone quartet and computer, selected for performance, Gainesville FL, April 9, 2005

New Music Ensemble at Towson University: Innocent Proteins, a chamber concerto for two pianos, two vibraphones, two marimbas, and two electronic pianos, first performance, duo runedako (Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman), Paul Rardin, conductor, Baltimore, MD, March 9, 2005

2004   

International Computer Music Association International Conference (ICMC), Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer selected  by programming jury to be performed by Lisa Cella and E. Michael Richards, in Miami Florida, November 5, 2004

The Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: selected performance by Daniel Koppelman  of Quintuple Escapement for interactive virtual instrument, Richmond, VA, October 1, 2004

Furman University, Daniel Koppelman performed Quintuple Escapement for interactive virtual instrument, September 28, 2004

The 13th Annual Florida Computer Music Festival: Quintuple Escapement for interactive virtual instrument, was performed by Daniel Koppelman, who commissioned the piece and the instrument (2003), selected for performance, Gainesville FL, April 2, 2004

2003 

The Third Practice Festival of Electro-acoustic Music at the University of Richmond: invited performance by Lisa Cella and E. Michael Richards  of Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer, Richmond, VA, November 1, 2003

The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University: invited performance of HO2 C6H3 - CHOH - CH2NHCH3 (Adrenaline) for trombone quartet and computer as part of Music from the Numbers, an all-digital multimedia concert  in honor of the 4th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) co-hosted by the Library of Congress and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, November 29, 2003

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, A Festival of Chamber Music, Lisa Cella and E. Michael Richards invited performance of  Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer, Baltimore, MD, October 25, 2003

12th Annual Florida Computer Music Festival: Four Interludes for 8-channel surround sound selected for performance, Gainesville FL, April 4, 2003

National conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS): Adrenaline for trombone quartet and computer selected for performance, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, March, 15, 2003

New Music Ensemble at Towson University: Lisa Cella and E. Michael Richards presented the first performance of Smooth Wood, Flash Metal, for flute, clarinet, and computer, Baltimore, MD, March 9, 2003

Daniel Koppelman performed Quintuple Escapement, for interactive digital instrument, on concerts at Ball State University, the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), Oakland University (Rochester, MI), the Institute of Sonology in the Royal Conservatory, The Hague, NL.  

Email: bill_at_wkleinsasser.net