Concertino Marcel Duchamp

BY DAVID JASON SNOW

 


The compositions of DAVID JASON SNOW have been performed in concert by the Ensemble Intercontemporain at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the New Juilliard Ensemble at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the American Brass Quintet at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., the Harvard Wind Ensemble in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Yale University Band in New Haven, Connecticut, and other artists and ensembles in the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa. Snow has been the recipient of composer fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and grants from the Maryland State Arts Council, the ASCAP Foundation, and Meet the Composer. A recipient of composition awards from BMI, the Annapolis Fine Arts Foundation, Musician magazine, and Keyboard magazine, he has been an artist resident at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs and the Millay Colony for the Arts in Austerlitz, New York. He holds degrees in music composition from the Eastman School of Music and the Yale School of Music where his principle teachers were Joseph Schwantner, Warren Benson, Samuel Adler, and Jacob Druckman.

2.2 | SUMMER 2015

Contents

"Img006b"
Daniel Euphrat
Cover Art


"Pimeydestä valoon (from darkness into light)"
James Andean and Visa Kuoppala
Experimental

"Inside Jails, the Power of Two"
Nikolai B.
Fiction

"The Drama in Her Eyes"
Julius Bucsis
Experimental

"Peace Cell"
André Codeço
Classical

"Slightly Disturbed"
Gilad Hochman
Classical

"On the Substance of Multiplicity"
Tyler Kline
Classical

"Epoxy"
Gregory Koop
Fiction

"Erin"
Stephen Lilly
Electronic

"Equilibrium"
Glenn Llorente
Classical

"Oxeye"
Theresa Park
Fiction

"Bell Song"
Edward Ruchalski
Experimental

"Active Agent"
Andrew Schenker
Creative Nonfiction

"Fractured Spirits"
Brian Sears
Classical

"Concertino Marcel Duchamp"
David Jason Snow
Experimental

"Standing Black"
Steel Stylianou
Electronic

"Hammerhead"
Christopher Vondracek
Creative Nonfiction

"Not Quite Blue"
Nathan Wunner
Fiction

"Soliloquy for Cello and Piano"
Margarita Zelenaia
Classical