2014

08.15

08.07-08

07.25

05.27-06.01

04.27

04.26

03.02

02.12-16

02.04-06

2013

11.14

10.12

09.14

07.26

05.15-18

05.03

2012

10.27

07.6,11,18

03.13

03.12

03.08-10

02.23

2011

11.01-05

10.07


06.12

05.29

04.17-22


03.02

02.21-25

2010

12.08

12.07

12.01-04

11.11

08.21

06.04-06

05.07

03.13

03.11-12

2009

12.10


11.05

10.11

09.08-12

07.18

07.17

06.02

05.06

04.19

03.07

2008

12.03-07

11.13

10.22-26

09.13

05.04

04.24-26

03.21-22

03.01

02.09

01.28

01.25

2007

12.08

10.20-21

10.11

08.31

06.27-30

06.22-24

05.04

05.01

03.04

03.02

02.17

02.08

2006

11.04

11.03

10.20-21

05.21

04.15


04.08

01.23

2005

11.17

11.04

09.28-30

09.15

06.26

04.21-23


04.11

02.15

01.14

2004

12.03



11.18

04.27


03.22

03.21




La Jolla Summerfest

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, with Pam Tanowitz

FLUX Residency at THE STONE, NYC

Great Music at St. Bart's, NYC, featuring new work by Paul Brantley

Park Avenue Armory FELDMAN 2

Holy Names University in Oakland, CA, featuring music of Michael Byron and Anne Le Baron

RIVER OF FUNDAMENT by MATTHEW BARNEY and JONATHAN BEPLER @ BAM

Pam Tanowitz Dance at Joyce Theater, NYC



Interpretation Series @ Roulette, NYC, premiering music of Anne Le Baron

MUSIC GALLERY, Toronto

BIFEM, Bendigo Australia

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe, NM

Pam Tanowitz Dance at New York Live Arts, NYC, with music by Annie Gosfield

Wadada Leo Smith's TEN FREEDOM SUMMERS @ Roulette, Brooklyn, NYC



BEYOND CAGE Festival, presented by the SEM Ensemble, Paula Cooper Gallery, NYC

John Cage Centennial Celebration, Barge Music, NYC

FLUX plays Princeton composers

Church of Advent Hope presented by New Amsterdam

FLUX and Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Kitchen, NYC

Here and Now Series at BargeMusic, Brooklyn, NYC, with special guest Logan Coale



Music of Robert Ashley, presented by the Incubator Arts Project

UPENDING, A 3-D Digital Film by OpenEndedGroup, presented by the New York Film Festival, with musical excerpts from Morton Feldman's String Quartet No.1

Bowerbird presents American Sublime: The Late Works of Morton Feldman

Suzanne Bocanegra: I Write The Songs, at SITE Santa Fe

Residency at the College of William and Mary, Part III, featuring Morton Feldman's String Quartet #2 (04.21 @ 5pm at the Sadler Center)

Giancarlo Vulcano CD Release Celebration, Joe's Pub, NYC

Residency at the College of William and Mary, Part II



Music of Bumki Kim, Tenri Cultural Center, NYC

Complete String Quartets by SOPHIA SERGHI, Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, NYC

Residency at the College of William and Mary, Part I

Evening with Henry Threadgill, at Roulette Intermedium

Bard Music Festival, Berg and His World

Here and Now Series at BargeMusic, Brooklyn, NYC

Roulette Intermedium, Music of Drew Krause

The Music Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Here and Now Series at BargeMusic, Brooklyn, NYC



WORLD PREMIERE by David First, a Meet-The-Composer Commissioning MUSIC/USA commission, at Roulette Intermedium

Wesleyan University. FLUX premieres new works by Wesleyan grad students

SOPHIA SERGHI and Friends, Millenium Stage at Kennedy Center

Tour to Mexico

The BIG DRAW, presented by the Drawing Center

Music at the Barge. Brooklyn, NYC

SPECIAL PERFORMANCE EVENT with Shen Wei Dance Arts at Park Avenue Armory

FLUX and the SEM Ensemble at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, NYC

Roulette Intermedium, FLUX plays VITO RICCI, CD Release

Sacred Ellington, featuring Jessye Norman, presented by Carnegie Hall



FLUX and Shen Wei Dance Arts at Judson Memorial Church, NYC

Wesleyan University. FLUX premieres new works by Wesleyan grad students

FLUX and Wheeldon's MORPHOSES, performed by Washington Ballet at Kennedy Center

FLUX, OLIVER LAKE Quintet, and noted poets in a CITY OF ASYLUM event, Pittsburgh, PA

Music at the Barge. Brooklyn, NYC

Chocolate Factory, new theater work with music and conception by Aaron Siegel

FLUX and Shen Wei Dance Arts at Kennedy Center, Washington, DC

The Stone, NYC

Leroy Jenkins: A Celebration. Brooklyn, NYC

FLUX and Friends appear on Lincoln Center's "What Makes It Great"

Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, NYC



Coyne Center for the Performing Arts, Syracuse, NY, with acclaimed pipa virtuoso Wu Man.

FLUX and Christopher Wheeldon's MORPHOSES at New York City Center

Wesleyan University. FLUX plays Wesleyan composers

Ostrava Center for New Music, Czech Republic

Music at the Barge. Brooklyn, NYC

FLUX and Shen Wei Dance Arts at Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA, CA

Look & Listen Festival. Robert Miller Gallery, NYC.

FLUX plays Princeton composers

Chamber Music Yellow Springs (CMYS), OH

East Carolina University

EMPAC at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

Interpretations Series. Merkin Hall, NYC



FLUX plays Wesleyan composers

Crowell Concert Hall. Wesleyan University (for Tickets)

Institute for Advanced Study. Princeton, NJ, with Steve Gosling, piano

Music at the Barge, Brooklyn, NYC

***NEW DATE*** Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
String Quartet No. 2 by Morton Feldman


Beckett Centenary Festival, with Carol McGonnell, Clarinet


Cornelia Street Cafe, NYC, with Matthew Welch



Wesleyan University, FLUX plays Wesleyan composers

Miller Theater, NYC. Giacinto Scelsi Centennial

Miller Theater, NYC. Ligeti Festival.

Herbst Theatre, San Francisco CA. Morrison Artists Series Gala Concert

The Stone, NYC. Also appearing: Matthew Welch

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
The Festival Dancing In Your Head: Ornette At 75

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)


Da Camera of Houston: Rebels and Visionaries

El Paso Chamber Music Festival



Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, music
of Harrison Birtwistle


Wesleyan University

Improvisation Festival, in conjunction with the American
Composers Orchestra (ACO)

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

San Francisco State College

 
   
2003

10.25


10.23

07.31












Carnegie's Zankel Hall, as part of When Morty Met John,
featuring String Quartet No. 2 by Morton Feldman

Wesleyan University

Central Park SummerStage, NYC, with special guest artist David First