Recent Premieres/Performances for Concert and Electronic Music:

11/7/14 Girl, Walking, for electric guitar, flute, contrabass and found percussion, premiered by Fuse Ensemble at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington, DC

11/7/14 Media Vomit, video score for Edgar Endress video with live vocalist, percussionist, and electronic audio, premiered at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington, DC with special guests Scott Deal, percussion, Victoria Andreotti, vocal

10/25/13 Mirror, for piano, violin, spoken word (poetry by Colette Inez) performed by Fuse Ensemble at LiveWire4 new music festival, Baltimore, MD

10/25/13 The Cellar Door, for piano, cello and 4-channel audio, performed by Fuse Ensemble at LiveWire4 new music festival, Baltimore, MD

1/3/13 Mirror, for piano, violin, spoken word (poetry by Colette Inez) performed by Fuse Ensemble at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Washington DC

1/3/13 The Cellar Door, for piano, cello and 4-channel audio, performed by Fuse Ensemble at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Washington DC

6/16/12 Mirror, for piano, violin, spoken word (poetry by Colette Inez) premiered by Fuse Ensemble at the Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, NY

6/16/12 The Cellar Door, for piano, cello and 4-channel audio, performed by Fuse Ensemble at the Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, NY

10/16/11 Parallels, for cello and music box instrument, preformed by Fuse Ensemble at Andrea Clearfield’s Salon in Philadelphia, PA

4/17/11 The Cellar Door premiered by Verge Ensemble at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

9/20/10 L’Usina Mekanica performed by Fuse Ensemble at 2010 Sonic Circuits DC L’Usina Mekanica includes the works Bloody Mary, Infiltration of Memory, hOles, Travelling Music

5/30/10 Skating Still performed in Order of MAgnitude 60X60 DANCE! at FoFA Gallery, Concordia University Montreal, Québec, Canada 

4/24/10 L’Usina Mekanica performed by Fuse Ensemble at Intermedia Festival, Indiana University L’Usina Mekanica includes the works Bloody Mary, Infiltration of Memory, hOles, Parallels, Travelling Music

3/28/10 Premiere of L’Usina Mekanica at American University’s Katzen Arts Center, Abramson Family Recital Hall. L’Usina Mekanica includes the works Bloody Mary*, Infiltration of Memory, hOles, Parallels, Travelling Music

05/06/09 Fuse Ensemble performed at the Kennedy Center's CrossCurrents contemporary music festival, premiering No Matter Where*, for piano, violin and electronics.

6/25/09 Econocide, electronic work premiered as part of Scream at the Economy. Commissioned by Floating Lab Collective, premiered at Nathan Cummings Gallery, New York, NY

05/08/09 Circulate was premiered at the Warehouse in DC at SoundScene 2009, The Human Body, an audio installation produced by the DC Listening Lounge.

04/22/09 Incidence was performed at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA by Jane Franklin Dance

3/21/09 Big Skate performed at the 8th Annual International Women’s Electroacoustic Listening Room Project (WEALR09) as part of the Annual New Music Festival at Cal State Fullerton

1/10/09 Incidence performed at Woolly Mammoth by Jane Franklin Dance

12/06/08 Incidence, and interactive dance/music program premiered at the Mead Theater Lab at Flashpoint in Washington DC

11/08/08 at Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre Arlington performance of Train by Jane Franklin Dance

4/16/08 Sound Walk excerpts performed by Jane Franklin Dance at The Torpedo Factory Arts Center, Alexandria, VA

4/5/08 Silence, electronic  Performed as part of Temporal Interference at the King Center, Auraria Campus, University of Colorado, Denver

4/3/08 Silence, electronic  Performed as part of Temporal Interference at “Foro Performatica” at Unversidad de las Americas at Puebla Mexico

3/1/08 Sound Walk, commissioned and performed by Jane Franklin Dance, Premiered at the Schlesinger Center, Alexandria, VA

03/01/08 Train, performed by Splash Ensemble at the Schlesinger Center, Alexandria, VA in collaboration with Jane Franklin Dance

7/30/07 Skating Still Ruth S. Harley "University Center" Ballroom Adelphi University Long Island, NY

6/15/07 Liebe Mich, Befrei Mich premiered at a concert on Oppression and Totalitarianism at A•Devantgarde festival Königsplatz München und Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Munich, Germany

6/10/07 Skating Still Amadeus Centre, London, England

6/9/07 Skating Still San Francisco Community Music Center, San Francisco, California

6/7/07 Skating Still "Theatersaal" of the University Bremen, Bremen, Germany

5/15/07 In Hiding Commissioned and Choreographed by Jane Franklin Dance Performed by Jane Franklin Dance at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage

4/21/07 Skating Still Organized by the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Fairchild Chapel, Oberlin, Ohio

4/21/07 In Hiding Commissioned and Choreographed by Jane Franklin Dance, Premiered at Gunston Theater, Arlington, VA

2/26/07 Skating Still (CEMI) University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

2/24/07 Silence, electronic, Premiered at The Warehouse Theater, Washington DC in collaboration with Jane Franklin Dance and Bryan Leister entitled Temporal Interference. 

10/28/07 Time Pieces, Premiere*, at the Kreeger Auditorium of the Gildenhorn/Speisman Center for the Arts at the JCCGW in Rockville, MD. Time Pieces include the works:  

Unhinge

(those who last)

Train

L'infini

 

Big Skate * Partially Funded by a 2007 Composers Assistance Grant from the American Music Center

No Matter Where* Funded by a 2008 Subito Grant from the American Composers Forum

Bloody Mary* Partially Funded by a 2009 Composers Assistance Grant from the American Music Center

Reviews and Articles:  

 

Gina's work The Cellar Door, (2011) for piano, cello and audio was premiered at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC on April 17, 2011 by Washington's fabulous Verge Ensemble during their end-of-season performance. Read the Washington Post Review from Stephen Brookes here  

 

Another great review from French New Music critic Dionys. Read it here: 

 

Gina was the featured composer on Richard Zarou’s podcast “No Extra Notes” on March 7, 2010 Listen to the podcast here

 

Fuse Ensemble’s newest CD was critiqued in a French blog by blogger Dionys. It was a great review on a fantastic blog about modern music. Check it out here (you can try a google translation)

 

Fuse Ensemble was featured in a new film entitled: “Alt-Classical.” The Video, created by Mike Kravinsky, can be seen here

 

Gina was included in an article in the Washington Post regarding the Alt-Classical movement.  Read it here