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This weekend, Christopher’s Attack 4 for modified joysticks will be performed with EQ [equilibrium] concert series. Critically acclaimed ensemble Iktus Percussion will be collaborating with members and local Bostonians in a program of works by Aaron Jay Myers, Franco Donatoni, Cornelius Cardew, Levy Lorenzo, Daniel Lewis, and Julia Wolfe. Iktus Percussion Quartet Saturday 3.16 | […]
Everything is Sexual (2012) by Aaron Jay Myers Performed by Christopher Homick, amplified violoncello, and Ana Lorenzo, bass drum
Over and Over was a collaboration between brother and sister team, Christopher and Elizabeth. The original film was shot by Elizabeth and then edited by Christopher. The electronic sounds were generated using a modified joystick and with the help of Kat Bennicof Yundt.
Christopher’s latest composition, Attack Four for four modified Logitech joysticks will be performed Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 8:00pm in Studio 401 at The Boston Conservatory. Attack Four is a quartet for modified Logitech Attack 3 gaming joysticks. Designed as a new electronic musical instrument, the joysticks allow the performer to directly access many dimensions of […]
Christopher will be performing with the Boston New Music Initiative on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 8:00pm. The concert features new chamber music by Chris Arrell, Ron Amchin, Kaley Lane Eaton, Michael Lee, Joel Love, Jocelyn Morlock, and Sid Richardson. Location: First Church – 66 Marlborough Street, Boston, MA
Christopher is featured playing cello on the soundtrack of the short film Fatal Flaw (2008). Original music composed by Emmy Award Winner Jason Graves. After the ultimate interrogation, a flawed man faces his own execution. Jonathon Ridecher is an average man living beyond his means but has now made the ultimate gamble. Ridecher is about to be held […]
The Boston Conservatory Orchestra on September 23, 2012 at 2:00pm in Sanders Theatre at Harvard University will be performing Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra. Christopher was honored to write the program note for piece: In October 1940 Béla Bartók (1881-1945) moved to the United States to escape the ongoing war in Europe. His first years in America […]
Listen to a preview of title track Till It’s Over featuring Christopher. Purchase full album here.
Congratulations! Christopher has won The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble competition and will be writing a new work, conducted by Eric Hewitt, to be premiered February 22, 2013!