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The composer received her 10th ASCAP Award in 2010. Her work, Six Wings North, was selected by Vox Novus (NYC) for Mickel Smithen, Amici Dance, “60x60 International Dance,” to open the Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012 Village, Stratford Circus, London: “Open Weekend, 2-year Countdown Launch (July 24, 2010),” and selected for Jessica E. Stack’s choreography (Pres., Missouri Dance Organization) at the opening weekend of the 1st annual “American Arts Experience,” “60x60 International Dance,” The Sheldon Concert Hall, St. Louis, MO (October 3, 2010)with live NEC-TV/internet.
Six Wings North (electronica) introduced in choreography at the 4th Annual New York City Dance Parade and Dance Fest within “2010 60x60” (ICMC Sanguine Mix) on 5/22/10. Woods Walker (solo marimba & sound track) by percussionist Aaron Ragsdale, the international consortium commission premiere, at 2010 Percussion Arts Society International Conference, a Focus Day event Indianapolis, IA on 11/11/10.
"House of Jatamansi” (flute /organ) by Due Solisti at the Philadelphia Cathedral on 1/26/10. Malachi-Messenger (60x60/2009 International Mix) continued to tour in various dance, film, and audio formats to OutSound New Music Summit in San Francisco, Electric LA-Tex 2009 Conference (Texas A&M University), Kentucky New Music Festival (Lexington), Sonic Art Oxford Festival (England), Loop Video Art Festival – Ink the Sky (Barcelona, Spain), and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Six Wings North was installed in audio at the 2010 International Computer Music Conference at both Stony Brook University and the Electronic Music Foundation in NY on 6/1 – 6/5/10.
Two Sacred Motets in the style of the 16th century (BMP 1-1, women, and BMP-1-2 men) released as composer arrangements by request for the library of the Harvard Choral Fellows, Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church. Buckthorn Music Press also released: Woods Walker (BMP-71); Wild Olive (BMP-101); Sunesis Falls (BMP-105); Six Wings North (BMP-103); and Strange Fire (BMP-102).
The Sixth Night, on New Lullaby (Boston: Six String Sound, 2010) (SSS-888-01) by Aaron Larget-Caplan (guitar). House of Jatamansi, on Jatamansi (Richmond, Virginia: Raven Recordings, 2010) (OAR) by Due Solisti (flute / organ). Malachi-Messenger on 60x60 2008-2009 (New York: Vox Novus, 2010) (VN-003) (electronica).
The composer received her ninth ASCAP award in 2009. Theresa Sauer’s short film on Notations 21 was released in 2009 and included the presentation of organ music and graphic score by Job. The exhibit “Notations 21 – Breaking the Boundaries,” commemorating 40 years of graphic notation since John Cage’s Notations (1969), ran from May 12-31, 2009, at Hutchins Gallery, Long Island (NY) University. This exhibit included Job’s Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse. Sauer joined the composer at the University of North Texas, Denton, as co-visiting composers, November 9-10, for lectures and master classes about the book (Mark Batty Publisher); the AMC New Music Box published an article on the project in September. The Vox Novus album (VN-001) 60x60 2004/2005, which included the track Lily, won second place (experimental) in the Just Plain Folks Awards, Nashville, TN. Job fulfilled a residency with The New Lullaby Project, directed by Aaron Larget-Caplan, September 24-28, in Cambridge, Boston, and Nashua, which included a live radio performance, DVD documentary interview, and the premiere of the commissioned guitar work The Sixth Night at The Memorial Church, Harvard with a subsequent performance at Studio 99 in Nashua.
Kyrie eleison (SATB, 2nd ed.) was introduced September 25, 2009, by The Harvard University Choir Choral Fellows directed by
Carson Cooman, Appleton Chapel, The Memorial Church, Harvard.
Lake House Letter was danced by V. Carnero on April 7, 2009, at Club Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY. Pianist Christopher Oldfather presented Blue Graves Rising on April 17 at Roberson Theatre, Arlington, TX, as part of a joint Long Island Composers Alliance & National Association of Composers/Texas live concert series. Organist Carson Cooman performed Iron Horse Nocturne: of salt and grapes . . . September 25, Appleton Chapel, Harvard. Beginning October 3, Malachi-Messenger was included in the “2009-2010 60x60 International Mix Tour,” directed by Robert Voisey, which includes three simultaneous touring event versions: synched with film; backing live choreography; or as audio concerts. Venues include the Winter Garden Atrium at the NYC Financial District; the University of Limerick, Ireland; Mad Art Gallery, St. Louis, Mo; Strasbourg, France; and Central Michigan University. Several electronic performances were heard on various radio stations including “Martian Gardens,” WMUA FM91.1, Amherst, MA; and “Art Waves,” WKCR FM 89.9, Columbia University.
The composer writes: “Most of my works are professional level, and programmatic or allegorical regarding Judeo-Christian subjects. Over 80 titles have now been uploaded to the free NACUSA searchable database at www.music-usa.org/nacusa.”
Breathless - Joel’s Fast was introduced by the Ukrainian String Quartet April 19, 2008, on the opening concert of the Musical Premiers of the Season Festival, Hall of the Composer’s Union, Kiev, Ukraine. The commissioned work House of Jatamansi, a three-part fantasy for flute and organ, was given its premiere September 30 by Due Solisti, Jakob’s Ladder Church, Prague, The Czech Republic. Arcangelo Red, rhapsody for solo violin, was first heard in a January 18, 2009, performance by Aurélien Pétillot, Texas.
Pianist C. Oldfather performed Blue Graves Rising for a June 5, 2008, concert hosted by the Long Island Composer’s Alliance, Hewlett, NY. Between October 4 and November 1, the Chelsea Art Museum, New Project Media Room hosted an installation, listening station, and film (with companion concert series) as part of the “Notations 21” project, which included Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse (graphic score for solo organ).
60x60 2006/2007, a double CD release by Vox Novus (VN-002, New York) includes the work Lake House Letter.
Notations 21 – an anthology of innovative musical notation (New York, NY: Mark Batty Publisher, Theresa Sauer, ed. 2008) 40 years retrospective, 168 international composer bios and scores.