This coming March I’m going to play a show at Denison University’s Tutti New Music Festival. It’s an exciting event with lots of incredible artists (ETHEL, Mary Ellen Childs, and more), but the most exciting thing about it for me is that my program will be made up of submissions from composers all over the world.
If you have a solo percussion piece, please head over to this link to show it to me!
See you in Ohio….
My good friends over at Vic Firth have just posted a new video of my group Sandbox Percussion performing Jason Treuting’s extremes. Check it out:
Things are quieting down over here for a short while! After a few great shows this month (the world premiere of Paola Prestini‘s G-Force for vibraphone and string quartet, a few performances with Jeffrey Zeigler and an appearance with Vicky Chow and Florent Ghys), I’m retreating into my studio to recharge and learn the rest of the music for the summer.
Starting in July, you can catch me at 3 weeks of concerts with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, and one stellar program apiece at Music@Menlo and the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.
In other news, I’m excited to share with you all a live recording of one of my favorite pieces taken from earlier this year, Andy Akiho’s monumental LIgNEouS 1. This was recorded at Princeton University back in February with the wonderful Mivos Quartet.
Check it out!
There’s a bunch of great press from the last two weeks I spent at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
First, The New York Times printed this review (and this picture courtesy of Brian Harkin) on this past Thursday’s New Music in the Kaplan Penthouse program, which included my performance of Alejandro Viñao’s solo marimba masterpiece Khan Variations.
“He opened the program with Alejandro Viñao’s “Khan Variations” for marimba, a seductive work that showed off Mr. Rosenbaum’s knack for exploiting the instrument’s lyrical and percussive qualities…”
Busy week – last weekend I went down to DC to give a recital at the Phillips Collection and work with the marimba band at E.L. Haynes Charter School and then spent all week working on and recording two beautiful works by Patrick Castillo for his upcoming record.
The Washington Post wrote a terrific review of the show at the Phillips – check it out here.
I’m retreating back to the practice room this week to get ready for two weeks with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. You can catch the first program in DC on 4/10 or NYC on 4/11, and the second program on 4/17 (which includes my performance of Alejandro Viñao’s solo marimba masterpiece, Khan Variations) will be streamed live on the CMS website.
Hope to see you there!