Just got word that my piece “Wink of an Eye” was recently played on WHFR-FM, Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 between 6 and 10 PM, as part of the “SPIRITS REJOICE” program! “Wink of an Eye” was included in a diverse collection of music, including Eric Dolphy and the Rolling Stones! Many thanks to WHFR and Pat Frisco!
The new 2-CD set Emerge is now available!. This exciting Navona release features over two hours of never-before released modern classical works by composer Keith Kramer with enhanced content featuring complete scores, concert footage and biographies of the performers featured in the recordings. It is available at many fine music distributors including Amazon, Arkiv Music, CD Universe and iTunes. Works include:
- Spatial Extremes for solo piano, performed by Joseph Satava
- Insurmountable for flute and piano, performed by David LaVorgna and Joseph Satava
- Brink for soprano saxophone and harp, performed Jeremiah Baker and Jacqueline Pollauf
- Finite… for woodwind quintet, performed by the Capitol Hill Chamber Players,
featuring David LaVorgna, Wes Nichols, Cheryl Hill, Maude Fish and Beth Graham
- Wink of an Eye for four clarinets and percussion, performed by Sonora Ensemble,
featuring Edna Huang, Lynda Dembowski, Carolyn Agria, Denis Maloy and Greg Herron, conducted by Keith Kramer
- Compact Disparity for chamber orchestra, performed by the Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra,
featuring David LaVorgna, Gottfried Stoger, David Taylor and Jade Strings: Lisa Lee, Wei Tan, Ching Chen Juhl and Clara Lee, conducted by Keith Kramer
- Emerge (Symphony No. 1) performed by the Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kirk Trevor
- In Double Quadruplicate for chamber orchestra, performed by the Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra
featuring David LaVorgna, Gottfried Stoger, Joseph Satava, David Taylor and Azimuth Quartet: Nicholas Currie, James Tung, Alice Tung and Adam Gonzalez
- Cathartic for soprano and chamber orchestra, performed by the Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra
featuring Jessica Hanel Satava, David LaVorgna, Joseph Satava, and Azimuth Quartet: James Tung, Nicholas Currie, Alice Tung and Adam Gonzalez
- Inexplicable for flute and string quartet, performed by David LaVorgna and the Mariner String Quartet: Phanos Dymiotis, Nicholas Currie, Michael Strauss and Adam Gonzalez
- Uncertainty Principle for soprano saxophone and piano, performed by George Weremchuk and Alan Ngim
- Inside (original version) for solo piano, performed by Hye-Jung Hong
- Snow for electronic media, realized by Keith Kramer
- Amalgam for electronic media, realized by Keith Kramer
- Left Behind (bonus track) for soprano and piano, performed by Helen Garner and Charles Richardson
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