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Developed an iPhone application Mosaic New Music for Parma Recordings to promote the 2010 compact disc release of music by composer members of the Society of Composers, Inc. available free at the Apple iTunes app store. Guest composer at the UNC-Greensboro New Music Festival 9/21 – 9/23/10. Paper presentation on the Mosiac New Music iPhone application at the National Conference of the Society of Composers, 11/11 – 11/14/10 at the University of South Carolina School of Music.
Waves of Amber by J.W. Turner, cello at Radford University on 10/30/10.
Waves of Amber by Jeffrey Krieger, cello at Radford University on 4/1/10. Le Sens by Castillon Trio at Stamford (England) International Music Festival on 7/27/10. For Every Season by Anthony Taylor, clarinet at UNC-Greensboro New Music Festival on 9/21/10. Waves of Amber by J.W. Turner, cello, at Appalachian State University and Winston-Salem State University on 11/5 and 11/15/10. Le Sens at Society of Composers Region 4 conference at UNC-Greensboro on 2/4/10.
Bruce Mahin was invited to be Composer-in-Residence for three days in November 2008 at Winston-Salem (NC) State University. Several of his works, including including Cyclic Maneuvers, Shadows, Le Sens, and Freedom Lost were performed November 15.
The Winston-Salem State University string trio introduced Le Sens for string trio March 20, 2008, at the New Horizons concert, Radford (VA) University.
Pianist Lisa Weiss will present Freedom Lost February 6, 2009, at Western Illinois University; February 15 at Christ and St. Stephens Church, NY: February 18 at Goucher College, Baltimore, MD; pianist Chung Ha Kim will perform the same work February 9 at Radford (VA) University.
Bruce Mahin was selected for the 2007 Distinguished Creative Scholar Award by Radford (VA) University. He was a resident at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris during September and October 2007, where he completed music for a video about the New River. He also completed a string trio that will be premiered in spring 2008. During November 2007, he conducted research in Glasgow at the Computer Music Studios at the University of Glasgow as part of the Network for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science, Technology, and Music (n-ism) Project [www.n-ism.org].
The Scottish Voices, led by Graham Hair, introduced Platonic Drowse for voices and harp at the Glasgow Scotland West End Festival, along with a performance of Safe in Shade.
Freedom Lost, written for the fifth anniversary of September 11, 2001, was performed at the Southeastern Composers League Forum in Greensboro (NC), at the Western Illinois University New Music Festival, and the at a New Horizons concert at Radford (VA) University. Skye Lines for clarinet, piano and percussion was performed in two concerts at RadfordUniversity.
“Non-Linear Temporal Constructs and the Loss of Self in Edgard Varese’s ‘Octandre,’ Jackson Pollock’s ‘Lavender Mist,’ and Robert Penn Warren’s ‘Being Here’ ” in Current Issues in Music, Vol 1, 2007, Sydney.