Listen More, a work about how the visually impaired and musicians/composers experience life through sound, will be shown as part of the illustrator and comics artist Hélène Blehaut’s exhibition Dekonstruieren, which deals with travel, perception, disability, racism, and feminism. Premier on the 10th of October and throughout October. At the Gedok Galerie in Stuttgart, Germany.
April 26, 2019
Performance of Assembly Line for two soprano saxophones and playback by Altera Inde at Galérie Contrecontre in St. Maurice, Switzerland.
October 28-29, 2018
Performances of Together in Perfect Harmony for piano 4-hands, performed by the Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo at the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and North Central College, Illinois, USA.
May 26, 2018
Mini portrait concert with Céline Papion. Performances of Bäch in Borneo for cello and playback, Shell Shock for cello and playback, Spem in alios for playback, Lackiererei for violin, cello, and playback, and the premier of Nebelkammer B for violin, cello, and playback. As part of the festival PUSS/PopUpStageStuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.
May 7, 2018
Premier of This is music? for soprano, clarinet, and playback, written for and performed by Noise-Bridge at Gedok in Stuttgart, Germany.
August 11, 2017
Premier of Bäch in Borneo for cello and playback, performed by Céline Papion at the Charcoal in Kuching, Malaysia.
June 2-3, 2017
Showing of Diffused for video at the Nachtsichtfestival in Stuttgart, Germany.
May 2, 2017
Performance of Shell Shock for Otto and playback, performed by Céline Papion at the Stadtmuseum im Gelben Haus, Esslingen, Germany.
February 1-8, 18, 2017
eventuell tour Switzerland with Assembly Line for two soprano saxophones and playback, with concerts in Zurich, Olten, Horw, and Basel. On the 18th, they performed it once again at the impuls Akademie in Graz, Austria.
January 6, 2017
Geoffrey Deibel gave the US premier of Between Russia and Myself at the US Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA. Originally written for tárogató and playback, this was also the first time the piece has been performed on soprano saxophone. Geoffrey Deibel and Erin Rogers also performed Assembly Line for two soprano saxophones and playback.