yMusic remixed: Weekly World Premieres

via Q2 Music This winter, Q2 Music presents a series of weekly world premiere remixes of chamber ensemble yMusic's recent album "Balance Problems." The album features music of Nico Muhly, Sufjan Stevens,... read more →


Debuting Matthew Matthew's ON A HUMAN SCALE at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

1985 artists

Interview by Jon Mayor for 1985 Artists, Los Angeles  


Recording the score to A Birder's Guide to Everything with members of yMusic. The film premieres tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival.

SUNDANCE Film Festival

With editor Jay Sterrenberg, director Shaul Schwarz, and editor Bryan Chang at the Sundance Film Festival

LACMA Art + Film Gala

Accompanying the lovely and talented Evan Rachel Wood in Los Angeles, Oct 27, 2012


There are times in life when one starts to hear a certain hum. It begins as a faint buzz that can occasionally be tuned out, but then crescendoes to a... read more →

the big THREE

Best new restaurants!  Top sports plays of the week! 100 greatest guitarists of all time! There seems to be an awful lot of lists these days so I guess I'll... read more →

GALA week

When I decided to take some time off from the Met Opera this year, I naturally presumed that my wardrobe would do the same. Fewer tuxedos and more hoodies. Fewer... read more →

land of the RISING SUN

Sorta like the Olympics, the World Cup, or a Presidential Election (unless you live under the rule of a brutal dictator) The Metropolitan Opera visits the island nation of Japan every... read more →

SCARY samples

Just as Garageband and an iPad can turn the average 10 year old into a musical genius- "Honey look!  Little Jimmy has recorded a full length pop album without even... read more →

Avatar Studios

Apparently a deep moment of reflection while conducting members of The New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for the GEICO Wabbits session.  Avatar Studios, 2009


Ogunquit Beach, ME, 2009

Auckland Philharmonia

Performing with the Auckland Philharmonia at Town Hall. Auckland, New Zealand, 2005