5 & 7 November, 2015
Loree Dance Theater
Check out the video of Nicole Ashley Cameli's choreography/performance of One of these days I'm gonna have to get a new thing, with music by yours truly - New Thing for fixed electronics - and great lighting designed by Sara Martino! So grateful to have collaborated with such an awesome choreographer and dancer! Congratulations Nicole!!
25 October, 2015
Shindell Choral Hall
The composers & performers of Rutgers' first Digital Audio Concert! (from the left: Brad Garton, Aurie Hsu, Brendan Kingsly, Jack Impink, myself, Steven Kemper, D. Turner Matthews, Chris Kaminski, Mark Zaki, Chris Opperman & Casey Mullen. Not pictured: Judith Shatin) A huge thank you to composer & RU Professor Steven Kemper, who organized and executed this event! Premiere performance of my piece To the Roaring Wind for flute & live electronics.
Louise Fristensky (b. 1987) is a composer with projects ranging from acoustic solo and chamber ensemble to electroacoustic experimental composition. She also enjoys cooking, eating, reading, and wandering.