Greg Chudzik performs this upright bass masterpiece that makes incredible use of this giant instrument with virtuosic interplay between the right and left hands. Utilizing wooden dowels, triangle beaters, a guitar pick, and bow, Lunsqui creates a unique sound world that Chudzik champions with attitude and ease.
Recap performs “Count to Five” in a downtown Philly thrift shop. Using found objects like playing cards, newspapers, bowed wine glasses, and tape recorders, they play this great art piece with precision and finesse.
The extraordinary Joe W. Moore, III wrote a piece for Manhattan School of Music’s percussion ensemble to be performed in front of the General Grant National Monument near the historic conservatory in Harlem.
Al Cerulo brings to life the wide dynamic range of a single cymbal equipped with a contact microphone and Mathew Rosenblum’s sixteenth-note world in “S.O.S. (Shiny Object Syndrome)”.
Al Cerulo performs Eve Beglarian’s electronic-assisted instrumental solo on glockenspiel accompanied by a simple 2:3 delay and a growing distortion crescendo.
A percussion retrospective by an all-star cast of performers celebrating the great composer Stuart Saunders Smith at his 70th year.
Mantra Percussion performs the stunning scraping and scratching soundscape of Jenny Beck in a glitch-laden video featuring Al Cerulo & Joe Bergen.
Echo Artifact’s third concept album on the art of becoming.
Al Cerulo, Greg Chudzik, Jude Traxler
Al Cerulo performs Paula Matthusen’s work for solo vibraphone and live electronics. Commissioned for his solo project, Amplified Perception, Cerulo controls resonator microphones and feedback transducers via a MAX/MSP patch in real time to a custom 6-channel output.
Anne Rainwater plays my works for solo piano – some acoustic, some electric, featuring futureCities.
Dead Resonance’s debut album released on Cat Crisis Records.
Brett Dietz, Chad Heiny, Joe W. Moore III, Jude Traxler
My video recording of SSS’s famed work for actor/percussionist, Songs I-IX, from the composer’s box-set release of his percussion music on Chen Li Music (2020).
Tempus Fugit reunites to record Brett Dietz’s seminal work, Sharpened Stick, on its 20th anniversary.
Tempus Fugit performs a movement Brett Dietz’s new quintet, With Age Comes, at the LSU percussion studio in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Based on a Feldman melody, Dead Resonance’s title track for their debut album, silence is not a transition, is a mobile of self-composed melodic fragments.
for solo piano
Neither / Either is stripped from my quintet, Math Metal Meth Mouth, verbatim.
Written for my good friend, Anne Rainwater.
quintet for four percussion and piano
Based on the breaking down of chemical compounds in the collective and individual.
Written for Dead Resonance and Anne Rainwater
Echo Artifact’s sophomore stint on the tension of wanting.
Greg Chudzik, Al Cerulo, Jude Traxler
Excerpts from Dietz’s collection of 15 intermediate mallet duets. Recorded at Louisiana State University.
Joe Moore pens a beautiful collection of Bible-referenced miniatures for percussion quartet. Performed by the composer’s own group, Dead Resonance.
From 2017-2021, I co-directed the Manhattan School of Music Percussion Ensemble with my partner in all crimes musical, Mike Perdue.