Christopher Homick

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Spring is here, and so is more new music!

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Christopher will be playing violoncello on Yu-Hui Chang‘s When the Wind Comes, the Grass Bends on EQ’s latest concert. Yu-Hui’s piece both celebrates and subverts the traditional sounds of the string quintet—driving, delicate, tense, and plaintive in turn. Other pieces on the program include Marti Epstein‘s Troubled Queen which is a precisely calibrated and ingeniously shifting […]

Composer’s Voice in Cambridge

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Christopher, along with members of the Equilibrium Ensemble, will contribute reprisals of two Hyman Bloom chamber works (Chris Coughlin’s Leg and Jason Huffman’s Christmas Tree) as well as solo selections from John Harbison’s The Violist’s Notebook and Marti Epstein’s American Etudes to the Boston-area debut of Composer’s Voice, a series by NYC-based contemporary music initiative […]

Three world premieres, including Christopher’s Panopticon this Friday at Old South Church

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The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble, conducted by Eric Hewitt, will premiere Christopher’s latest work, Panopticon, at Old South Church in Boston, MA on February 21, 2013 at 8:00pm. Program includes: John Aylward: New Work, World Premiere Keith Kusterer, M.M. ’13, Co-Winner of the 2012 Composition Competition: Of Patina, World Premeire Christopher Homick, P.S.C. ’13, Co-Winner […]

Convergence: post-classical acoustic and electronic music

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Christopher will be performing Intersections, a new work for cello, vibraphone, and electronics with the Boston New Music Initiative on Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 8:00pm. The performance will be held at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge, MA. The concert features new post-classical acoustic and electronic music by Jason Bolte, Joshua Bornfield, David Kirkland Garner, Robert Honstein, João Pedro Oliveira, […]