Haven’t had too much to report lately, but here are some of my recent activities:
• I’m just finishing up the score to “The Jerusalem Syndrome”, which is coming together nicely and I think will be a very compelling documentary. You can hear a bit of that here.
• In less than two weeks I’ll be headed to the Nida Art Colony in Lithuania to finish composing the next Ergo record, continue work on my installation project Sine Qua Non, as well as mix some recordings related to that project with pianist Carl Maguire and flutist Kaoru Watanabe.
• The Cherubim record (possibly to be titled, “Joyful Shrieks of the Cherubim”, after a line in The Brothers Karamazov) is finished and so we’re trying to find a label or figure out the best way to release it. Let me know if you have any ideas. Here’s is another track that will be on that record:
It looks like 2013 will mostly be about getting these projects together, and hopefully by the end of the year bringing them to the public. Thanks for your support, and as always, we love you madly.