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Guerrilla New Music
Dec 6th, 2013

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Just in time for Christmas,  Great Noise Ensemble’s debut album (the first on our own label, to boot!) is out.  A hard release on iTunes, Amazon and other retailers is due Monday, December 9, (watch this space for links) but advance copies can be picked up exclusively at tonight’s GNE concert at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington.  The album, “Guerrilla New Music,” features world premiere recordings of  ”Looney Tunes” by Robert Paterson, “Carnal Node” by D.J Sparr, “Five Machines” by Marc Mellits and my own “Chamber Symphony: Illusory Airs”, all conducted by me.





NEWS & PRESS

Towards Golgotha with Great Noise Ensemble
Oct 31st, 2013

GNE-2013-06-Poems-For-All-Souls-Towards-Golgotha-FB-1030x380Saturday, November 2 at 8:00 p.m., at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring in Silver Spring, MD,  Great Noise Ensemble presents “Poems for All Souls” featuring a performance of my 2003 oratorio, Towards Golgotha. Rehearsals have so far shown that this may, indeed, prove to be THE definitive performance of this piece, so you won’t want to miss it.  Follow the link above for ticket information.

Ráfagas de baile (Concerto for Orchestra) in Puerto Rico
Aug 17th, 2013

logoFIA2013modified-small….aaaaaand just like that, the 2013-14 season is off!  As am I, tomorrow, to hear the world premiere of my concerto for orchestra, Ráfagas de baile with the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra under Maximiano Valdés.  The premiere opens the 2013 Interamerican Festival for the Arts, about three weeks featuring new art and music from throughout the Americas. Tickets for next Friday’s (8.23.13) can be purchased via TicketPop.

End of Spring Shows
Apr 30th, 2013

May and June are very busy times for me.

May 11: Mary Rowell performs Tusch at the 2013 Tribeca New Music Festival

May 17: I conduct Great Noise Ensemble’s season finale at the Atlas Performing   Arts Center.

May 25: Natalie Spehar performs the world premiere of Elegy: Sandy Hook at   Spectrum.

May 26: Armandopalooza! 40th birthday portrait concert extravaganza at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Featuring the world premiere of Little Black Book, performed by D.J. Sparr, the U.S. premiere of Caprichos, and the D.C. premieres of Calm Down, Ringo! and Mix Tape with Great Noise Ensemble, Chris DeChiara, Glenn Sewell, David Wolf, Erik Plewinski, Jeffrey Weisner and Pictures on Silence.

June 3: David Troiano premieres Obsessioneering, my organ sonata, at St.   Thomas Catholic Church in Ann Arbor.

June 8 & 9: The Chicago Sinfonietta, Mei-Ann Chen, conductor, premieres A Shelter that Filters the Sun in Chicago.

June 26: Jason Hohn premieres Waiting to Sing… at the Charlotte New Music Festival, where I’ll be on the faculty from June 24-28.

If you find yourself in New York, D.C., Ann Arbor, Chicago or Charlotte, I hope you will stop by, enjoy the music and say hello!

Armandopalooza: Bayolo at 40
Apr 11th, 2013
I turn 40 years old this year. For a composer of concert music, this is not necessarily a major milestone. Given how long our course of study typically is, by the time we’re 40 most of us have been professional composers for little more than a decade. If it seems a little strange to throw myself a portrait concert on this occasion, keep this in mind: my father died four months shy of his 40th birthday. This weighs highly on a son’s mind. When I turned 30, my brother, Juan Bayolo, and I talked about this and how much it hung on us to approach this, what turned out to be the last decade of our father’s life. I decided then to make a big deal of turning 40 and, here we are, ten years later and it’s time to make a big deal out of turning 40.
The program features performances by Jeffrey Weisner, D.J. Sparr, Eric M. Plewinski, Glen Sewell, Pictures on Silence, and Great Noise Ensemble performing the DC premieres of Mix Tape (for solo bass), Calm Down, Ringo! (for four drum sets), the U.S. premiere of Caprichos, in a new arrangement, and the world premiere of Little Black Book, my Fromm Foundation commission for D.J. Sparr, as well as a new performance of Crudely Spun Tales for saxophone and harp.
So I hope you will join us for this event, which will go to benefit the new music series at the Atlas Performing Arts Center and Great Noise Ensemble (proceeds will be split 50-50 between the two organizations).  Not only will you be helping me celebrate, you’ll be helping the Washington new music scene to grow and mature and helping us to bring you the cutting edge sounds for which Atlas and GNE are known.

I turn 40 years old this year. For a composer of concert music, this is not necessarily a major milestone. Given how long our course of study typically is, by the time we’re 40 most of us have been professional composers for little more than a decade. If it seems a little strange to throw myself a portrait concert on this occasion, keep this in mind: my father died four months shy of his 40th birthday. This weighs highly on a son’s mind. When I turned 30, my brother, Juan Bayolo, and I talked about this and how much it hung on us to approach this, what turned out to be the last decade of our father’s life. I decided then to make a big deal of turning 40 and, here we are, ten years later and it’s time to make a big deal out of turning 40.

The program features performances by Jeffrey Weisner , D.J. Sparr , Eric M. Plewinski , Glen Sewell , David Wolf, Chris DeChiaraPictures on Silence , and Great Noise Ensemble performing the DC premieres of Mix Tape (for solo bass), Calm Down, Ringo! (for four drum sets), the U.S. premiere of Caprichos, in a new arrangement, and the world premiere of Little Black Book, my Fromm Foundation commission for D.J. Sparr, as well as a new performance of Crudely Spun Tales for saxophone and harp.

Image Credit: http://nightbaking.blogspot.com/

Image Credit: http://nightbaking.blogspot.com/

So I hope you will join us for this event, which will go to benefit the new music series at the Atlas Performing Arts Center and Great Noise Ensemble (proceeds will be split 50-50 between the two organizations).  Not only will you be helping me celebrate, you’ll be helping the Washington new music scene to grow and mature and helping us to bring you the cutting edge sounds for which Atlas and GNE are known.  Stay tuned to this space, as well as the Atlas web site and the event Facebook page for more details, ticket information, etc.

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