What an honor to be named Composer of the Month for March on the Theodore Front Musical Literature website. Thank you Christine Clark and all the marvelous staff at Theodore Front!
After a glorious winter residency at the Bogliasco Study Center for the Arts & Humanities, I've returned to LA with a series of concerts to share--
Feb. 18: The Panic Duo performs Fissure at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music
March 2: Ethan Marks performs Way of Light at ArtShare in downtown LA, Carillon Quartet
March 8: Concerto for Active Frogs programmed on Int'l Women's Day concert at Griffith University, Brisbane
Apr.11: Lorenzo Marasso presents a sneak preview of a new work at Mimoda in LA
Apr. 29: Is Money Money (Gertrude Stein, text) on the Hear Now Music Festival, Venice CA
May 6: I’m performing in a quartet of improvisors at Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, LA
June 3: World premiere of Partizan, on the Alba Music Festival, a commission from the Ferrero Fondazione for pianist Lorenzo Marasso
"I am an American...My Government Will Reward You," for harp with fixed media and live electronics, is featured on the SoundOn Festival of Modern Music, Jan. 4, 2018, at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library in La Jolla. Curated by Mark Menzies, the festival (Jan. 4-7) includes my string trio, "Noh Reflections," and violin solos, "Four" and "fore."
This engagement is supported by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through USArtists International in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
“Cutting-edge composer, improvising harpist, writer and lecturer Anne LeBaron tells Limelight about her involvement in Perth's Totally Huge New Music Festival as one of the Festival's featured artists. She will discuss composing in a post-truth world and perform her work inspired by a military "blood chit".”
The Panic Duo, Pasha Tseitlin (violin) and Nic Gerpe (piano), presents a concert on Tues., Oct. 3, at 8:00 PM; location: CalArts in the Wild Beast. Please join us for their superb rendition of my Poe-inspired Devil in the Belfry. The duo recently commissioned a companion piece, Fissure, depicting the ruinous crack in The Fall of the House of Usher with the inclusion of electronics. Their free concert will also feature works by Reena Esmail, Juhi Bansal and Jennifer Higdon. The Panic Duo performs this program in NY on Oct. 18, and again on Feb. 18 at the Pasadena Conservatory.