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Events

Concerts

  • Sept., date TBA: Social sounds from whales at night, Bethany Hynes, London, ON
  • June 4, Seal Songs, San Francsisco Girls Chorus, Herbst Theater, San Francisco, CA
  • May 28, selections from Playing, piano students, Conrad Grebel Chapel, Waterloo, ON
  • May 19 and 21, green/blue, Beaverton Symphony, Beaverton, OR
  • April 21, falling stillEnglish Symphony Orchestra, Harriet MacKenzie and the , Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
  • March 25, Sapling, Carissa Klopoushak and the Saskatoon Symphony, Saskatoon, SK
  • March 9, 10, and 11, falling still, AURA Ensemble and Psophonia Dance, University of Houston, Houston, TX
  • March 5, migrations, Lewis and Clark New Music Ensemble, Portland, OR
  • March 1, Vocalise (for bees), Mimmi Fulmer, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC
  • February 15, Suppose I was a marigold, Norm Adams and Barb Pritchard, The Music Room, Halifax, NS
  • January 28, falling still, Pacific Baroque Orchestra, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, BC
  • January 22, Why the parrot repeats human words, The Muses’ Workshop, Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley, South Bend, IN

Talks

  • March 22, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Composers Forum, presentation on my music, Glasgow, UK

Concerts

  • December 1: A Short, Slow Life, Suzie LeBlanc, Robert Kortgaard, and the Blue Engine String Quartet, Jane Mallett Theatre, Toronto, ON
  • November 13: A Short, Slow Life, premiere of version for soprano and piano quintet, Suzie LeBlanc, Robert Kortgaard, and the Blue Engine String QuartetSt Cecilia series, Maritime Conservatory of Music, Halifax, NS
  • October 27 and 30: Minute Etudes (book 2), Ensemble for These Times, Laney College Music Department, Oakland CA, and Berkeley Piano Club, Berkeley, CA
  • October 15: Sapling, Annette-Barbara Vogel and Magisterra, Gallery 345, Toronto, ON
  • October 8: Jan Tait and the Bear, Ensemble Thing, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK
  • October 6: Jan Tait and the Bear, premiere, Ensemble Thing, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK
  • August 24 – September 2: Sapling, Annette-Barbara Vogel and Magisterra, 6-concert tour of Brazil
  • May 27: Social sounds from whales at night, Sound of Late, NW Folklife, Second Inversion, Seattle, WA
  • May 8: Sapling, Annette-Barbara Vogel and Magisterra, Guelph Youth Music Centre, Guelph, ON
  • May 6: Col, Storm Maquis, Chapman University, Orange, CA
  • May 5: Social sounds from whales at night, Sound of Late, Headwaters Theatre, Portland, OR
  • April 30: Premiere of string version of Sapling, Annette-Barbara Vogel and Magisterra, Windermere on the Mount, London, ON
  • April 29: Social sounds from whales at night, Sound of Late, The Center for Wooden Boats, Seattle, WA
  • March 27: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, McIntosh Theater, University of Michigan, MI
  • March 12: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, Women Composers Festival of Hartford, Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
  • March 5: Songs from Child’s Play and Airs of Men Long Dead, Olwyn Supeene, University of Western Ontario, London, ON
  • February 25: lonely, from minute etudes (Book I), A Very Small Consortium, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI
  • February 14: Sorex, Ferretti and Lau Duo, Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society, KWCMS Music Room, Waterloo, ON
  • February 13: Social sounds from whales at night, Composers Concordance, West Park Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY
  • February 7: Green/Blue, English Symphony Orchestra, Hereford, UK
  • January 10: Ruby-Throated Moment, Kate Egan, Anchorage Festival of Music, Anchorage, AK

Talks and Posters

  • April 2: Poster presentation, Music Theory is For the Birds: How Interdisciplinary Analysis can Enhance our Understanding of Birdsong, Scottish Conference for Animal Behaviour, University of Stirling, Stirling, UK

Concerts

  • December 27: minute etudes, Rachel Iwaasa, MACHiNENOiSY, The Post, Vancouver, BC
  • November 27: minute etudes, Rachel Iwaasa, Open Space, Victoria, BC
  • October 30: …and some fireworks, Northwest Symphony Orchestra, Seattle, WA
  • October 23: Virelais, Rachel Stott and Rachel Godsill, Berlin, Germany
  • October 20: minute etudes, Rachel Iwaasa, Music on Main, Fox Theatre, Vancouver, BC
  • September 18: Social sounds from whales at night, Tilly Kooyman, Conrad Grebel Chapel, Waterloo, ON
  • August 22: Social sounds from whales at night, Classical Revolution, Portland, OR
  • August 1: Gliese 581c, Rachel Iwaasa, Queer Arts Festival, Vancouver, BC
  • July 31: Premiere of Jan Tait and the Bear, ffancytunes, Shetland, UK
  • July 24: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, Missou International Composers Festival, Columbia, MO
  • June 21: migrations, Musings Ensemble, Arnhem, the Netherlands
  • June 19: Premiere of migrations, based on poetry by Eleonore Schönmaier, Musings Ensemble, Splendor, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • May 3: Sorex, JunctQín Keyboard Collective, Canadian Music Centre, Toronto, ON
  • April 27: SorexDuo CardAssis, DMU Auditorium, Florianopolis, Brazil
  • April 23: Sorex, Duo CardAssis, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • April 18: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, Western Illinois University, IL
  • April 16: Sorex, Duo CardAssis, Vitoria, Brazil
  • April 14: Sorex, Duo CardAssis, São João del Rei, Brazil
  • April 13: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, Spotlight UB Series at University of Baltimore, MD
  • March 20-22: Why the parrot repeats human words and ColNow Hear This Festival, Edmonton, AB
  • February 17: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, University of Wisconsin, Stout, WI
  • February 5: minute etudes, Jennifer King, Shattering the Silence Festival, Wolfville, NS
  • February 1: Pianist Flora Tzanetaki, performing Gliese 581c at Wellington Church in Glasgow, Scotland
  • January 25: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, First Christian Church, Jefferson City, MO
  • January 23: Vocalise (for bees), Mimmi Fulmer, SoundWaves, University of Wisconsin,  Madison, WI
  • January 10: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Performing Arts Centre Camrose Theatre, Camrose AB
  • January 9: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Westlock Cultural Arts Theatre Series, R.F. Staples High School, Westlock, AB
  • January 8: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, City of Fort Saskatchewan, Shell Theatre, Fort Saskatchewan, AB

Talks

  • September 11: International Bioacoustics Congress 2015, Murnau, Germany
  • April 18: Panelist, Composing Environmental Awareness, American Musicological Society Regional Conference, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA
  • February 12-13: Talks in the Biology and Music Departments, Bowdoin College, ME
  • February 8: ArtVenture (workshop for 6-10 year old kids and their families) at the Henry Museum, Seattle, WA

CDs

  • All Spring, chamber music of Emily Doolittle, performed by the Seattle Chamber Players and friends, recorded on Composers Concordance Records
  • Suppose I was a Marigold, recorded on Piano and Erhu Project, vol. 2, performed by Nicole Li and Corey Hamm, recorded on Redshift

Concerts

  • December 12-14: Music for Magpies, Leanne Zacharias, New Music Co-op, Austin, TX
  • December 6: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, University of Missouri, Faculty Recital, Columbia, MO
  • November 28: Seven Duos for Birds or Strings, Annette-Barbara Vogel and Dan Sweaney, International Viola Congress, Porto, Portugal
  • November 24: Social sounds from whales at night, Helen Pridmore, Riddell Centre, University of Regina, SK
  • November 15: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Whitehorse Concerts, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, YT
  • November 10: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Golden Plains Arts Council, Carman Collegiate Community Theatre, Carman, MB
  • November 9: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Regina Musical Club, University Theatre, Riddell Centre, Regina, SK
  • November 8: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Biggar & District Arts Council, Majestic Theatre, Biggar, SK
  • November 7: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Station Arts Centre, Rosthern, SK
  • November 6: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Watrous Area Arts Council, Watrous Civic Centre, Watrous, SK
  • November 5: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Shaunavon Arts Council, Centre Street United Church, Shaunavom, SK
  • November 3: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Estevan Arts Council, Trinity Lutheran Church, Estevan, SK
  • November 2: Sorex, New Muse Piano Duo, Friends of Music, St. Louis, MO
  • November 1: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Yorkton Arts Council, Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton Regional High school, Yorkton, SK
  • October 18: falling still, English String Orchestra, St. Lukes, London, England
  • October 7: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Ravna House Concerts, Snow Lake, MB
  • October 5: Sorex, Fung-Chiu Duo, Canadian University College Auditorium Theatre, Lacombe, AB
  • September 27: green/blue, Kamloops Symphony, Kamloops, BC
  • September: Social sounds from whales at night, Catherine Lee, Wilamette University, OR
  • July 5: Utah, 1996, performed by Jamie MacLaren and the Musings Ensemble, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • June 29: Utah, 1996, performed by Jamie MacLaren and the Musings Ensemble, Arnhem, Netherlands.
  • June 12: Sapling, performed by violinist Annette Barbara Vogel and Orchestra Simfonică a Filarmonicii de Stat Arad, Lake Padurice, Arad, Romania
  • June 8: Reeds, Sound in the Land 2014, Columbia Lake, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
  • June 7: Social sounds from whales at night, Sound in the Land, Conrad Grebel University, Waterloo, ON
  • May 17: Songs of Seals, performed by narrator Alexa Kirste, the Fifth Wind Quintet, and The Halifax Boys Honour Choir conducted by Pamela Burton, Podium2014 Choral Conference, Halifax, NS
  • February 19: Songs of Seals, performed by narrator Alexa Kirste, the Fifth Wind Quintet, and The Halifax Boys Honour Choir conducted by Pamela Burton, Spatz Auditorium, Halifax, NS
  • April 29: Night Black Bird Song, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN
  • April 27: Why the parrot repeats human words, Philharmonia Northwest, Seattle, WA
  • April 15: Sapling, premiered by violinist Calvin Dyck and the Vancouver Island Symphony, Harbour Theatre in Nanaimo, BC
  • March 22: Reeds, performed by the Wind Rose Trio at the Now Hear This festival of new music in Edmonton, AB

Talks

  • December 3: “Thrush or Human: Who Sets the Tone?” Glasgow University/RSPB, Graham Kerr Building, Glasgow, UK
  • November 10: “Music Theory is For the Birds,” St. Andrews University, Animal Behaviour Discussion Group, St. Andrews, UK
  • November 4: Talk about my compositions, Glasgow University, Glasgow, UK
  • October 27: “Animal Songs, Animal Music?” Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Exchange Talk, Glasgow, UK
  • June 5-8: “Animal Songs, Animal Music?” and “A Music Theoretical Approach to Birdsong,” Sound in the Land, Waterloo, ON
  • May 17: Presentation about my composition Seal Songs, Podium 2014, Halifax, NS

Concerts

  • December 6: Suppose I was a marigold, Nicole Li and Corey Hamm, Vancouver, BC
  • November 7: Folie à deux, Kate Clark and Cleo Palacio-Quintin, IAMA Conference, Montreal, QC
  • October 24: Sarah HagenGliese 581c, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON
  • October 16, Suppose I was a marigold, Paige Stockley Lerner and Roger Nelson, PONCHO Hall, Seattle, WA
  • June 22, Social sounds from whales at night, Catherine Lee, Classical Revolution, Star Theater, Portland, OR
  • May 23: Catherine Lee, Social sounds from whales at night, College Music Society Regional Conference, Bellevue College, Bellevue, WA
  • May 18 and 19: Catherine Lee and friends, Reeds, a site-specific, outdoor work for reed trio and dancer, Portland Audubon Sanctuary, Portland, OR
  • April 23: Corey HammMinute Etudes, University of Western Washington in Bellingham, WA
  • April 20, Social sounds from whales at night, Helen Pridmore, New Music Edmonton, L’UniThéâtre, Edmonton, AB
  • March 30: Corey HammMinute Etudes, Washington Composers Forum Transport Series, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA
  • March 4: Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemblefalling still, Beall Concert Hall, Eugene, OR
  • March 2: Eugene Contemporary Chamber Ensemblefalling still, Portland, OR
  • February 24: Concert of my chamber music, performed by the Seattle Chamber Players and friends, PONCHO Hall, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA
  • February 19: Viola d’amorist Marianne Rônez Kubitschek and soprano Albena NaydenovaVirelais, Haus Hofmannsthal in Vienna, Austria
  • February 13, minute etudes, Corey Hamm, Roy Barnett Hall, Vancouver, BC
  • February 9, Social sounds from whales at night, Helen Pridmore, Open Space, Victoria, BC
  • February 8,  Social sounds from whales at night, Helen Pridmore, Voice Over Mind Festival, Vancouver, BC
  • February 5, Social sounds from whales at night, Helen Pridmore, Transport Series, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA
  • January 26, minute etudes, Corey Hamm, University of Victoria, BC

Talks

  • November 26: San Francisco Art Institute
  • November 4: University of Western Washington
  • October 26: University of Washington, Friday Harbor Labs
  • June 12: Colin McEnroe Show, WNPR, invited guest

Concerts

  • November 30: Shimmering, 60×60 (2012) Composers Concordance Mix, Evolution Festival, Spectrum, New York, NY
  • November 8: Soprano Patricia Green and pianist Stephen RungeAirs of Men Long Dead, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
  • November 15: Duo Fiolûtröniq, in concert with harpsichordist Katelyn Clark, Folie à deux on a concert of new Canadian works inspired by La Folia, Open Space, Victoria, BC
  • November 9: Duo Fiolûtröniq, in concert with harpsichordist Katelyn Clark, Folie à deux, Net Loft, Gabriola Island, BC
  • November 8: Duo Fiolûtröniq, in concert with harpsichordist Katelyn Clark, Folie à deux,  Western Front, Vancouver, BC
  • November 2: Duo Fiolûtröniq, in concert with harpsichordist Katelyn Clark, Folie à deux, Alberta College in Edmonton, AB
  • October 28: Oboist Catherine LeeSocial sounds from whales at night, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, OR
  • October 13: Soprano Patricia Green and pianist Stephen RungeAirs of Men Long Dead, Université de Moncton, Moncton, NB
  • October 11: Soprano Patricia Green and pianist Stephen RungeAirs of Men Long Dead, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB
  • October 10: Soprano Patricia Green and pianist Stephen RungeAirs of Men Long Dead, St. Thomas University in Fredericton, NB on October 10.
  • September 29: Kimberly Gratland James, premiere of Vocalise (for bees), University of Montana Faculty Recital, Missoula, MT
  • September 21: Paolo Bortolussi, AubadeNu:BC Collective, Vancouver, BC
  • August 19: Harpsichordist Katelyn Clark and violinist Emily RedheadFolie à deux, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON
  • June 23: Keith Eisenbrey,  Minute Etudes, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle WA
  • June 16: Viola d’amorist Marianne Rônez Kubitschek and soprano Albena NaydenovaVirelais16th International Viola d’Amore Congress, Innsbruck, Austria
  • June 3: Catherine Lee with the Tardis EnsembleSocial sounds from whales at night, Eugene, OR
  • June 2: Catherine Lee with the Tardis EnsembleSocial sounds from whales at night, Portland, OR
  • May 7: Why the parrot repeats human words, Continuum‘s New Music 101 series, Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, ON
  • May 4: Keith EisenbreyMinute EtudesComposer’s Salon, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA
  • April 29: Why the parrot repeats human words, performed by Fifth Wind Quintet, Parkhill United Church, Halifax, NS
  • March 27: Rachel IwaasaGliese 581 c, Music on Main, Vancouver, BC
  • March 8: Tilly Kooyman,  Social sounds from whales at night, Women’s Voices festival, Guelph, ON
  • February 18: Soprano Helen PridmoreSocial sounds from whales at night, Oscillations 2012 vocal festival, Halifax, NS

CDs

  • Soprano Helen Pridmore recorded Social sounds from whales at night on a CD of Canadian vocal music, Janet, released on the Centrediscs label in May.
  • falling still was recorded by oboist Ashley Barret on her CD of oboe music by women composers, also entitled falling still, released on the Centaur label in March.
  • Gliese 581 c, performed by Rachel Iwaasa, was included on Redshift’s 10th Anniversary Celebration CD Redshift X, and is downloadable here.

Concerts

  • December 14: Musicians from the Bavarian State Opera, in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.: concert of 4 of my pieces, Munich, Germany
  • December 3: The Paragon Ensemble and the Voice Factory, Songs of Seals on, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Skye, Scotland
  • November 12: Helen PridmoreSocial sounds from whales at night5-Penny New Music Festival, Sudbury, ON
  • Soprano Erica Iris Huang, winner of the 2011 Eckhardt-Gramatté competition, performing Airs of Men Long Dead on a cross-Canada tour. Concerts include:
    • November 23: Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall, Calgary, AB
    • November 20: Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
    • November 18: Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon, MB
    • November 14: St. Peter’s United Church, Sudbury, ON
    • November 13: Hart House, University of Toronto, ON
    • November 8: Dr. Steel Recital Hall, Charlottetown, PEI
    • November 6: Acadia University, Irving Centre, Wolfville, NS
    • November 5: St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg, NS
    • November 3: Brunton Auditorium, Sackville, NB
    • November 1: Tanna Schulich Hall, McGill University, Montreal, QC
    • October 25: Jean McNulty Recital Hall, Thunder Bay, ON
    • October 20: Maurreen Forrester Recital Hall, Waterloo, ON
  • October 26: Paragon Ensemble and the Voice Factory Youth Choir, conducted by Mark Evans, Songs of Seals, written in collaboration with Gaelic poet Rody Gorman, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
  • October 16: Judith Shoepflin and Roberta Bottelli, Suppose I was a marigold, Whitworth University Recital Hall, Spokane, WA
  • October 9: Jack Chen, Aubade, Parkhill United Church, Halifax, NS
  • May 24: Fung-Chiu DuoSorex, Montreal International Piano Competition, Montreal, QC
  • May 22: Musicians from the Vancouver SymphonyFour Pieces About Water, Roundhouse Community Centre, Vancouver, BC
  • April 13: Catherine Lee and Lisa MarshSuppose I was a Marigold, Old Church, Portland, OR
  • April 2: Kimberly Gratland James, Airs of Men Long Dead, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
  • March 31: Cellist Angela Stevenson and pianist William Stevenson, Suppose I was a MarigoldCowdray Hall, Aberdeen, UK
  • March 12: Clarinetist Szymon Kaca, Field Music, Théâtre de l’Ouest Parisien, Paris, France
  • March 8: Katelyn Clark and Cléo Palcio-Quintin, premiere of Folié a Deux, for flute and harpsichord, Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur, Montréal, QC
  • March 6: Sophia Yanminute etudes (book 2), Composer’s Voice, Jan Hus Church, New York, NY
  • February 10: Suzie LeBlanc and Symphony Nova ScotiaA Short, Slow Life, based on a poem by Elizabeth Bishop, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Halifax, NS
  • February 5: Viola da Gambist Joëlle MortonMusic for Magpies, Scaramella concert “Birds Bewigged,” Victoria College Chapel in Toronto, ON

Talks

  • April 10: Animal Songs and Music, Port Townsend School of Athens, Port Townsend, WA

Concerts

Talks

CDs

  • Rachel Iwaasa “Cosmophony,” recorded on Redshift, which includes my piece Gliese 581c, as well as pieces by 9 other Canadian composers.

Concerts

  • November 29: Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop, falling still, Music Gallery, Toronto, ON
  • November 29: Cellist Jamie McLaren and poet Eleonore Schonmaier, program of poetry and music about birds, including Music for Magpies and Utah, 1996, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • November 6: Cliff Dunn, Music for MagpiesSeattle Composers’ Salon, Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA
  • November 1: Soprano Helen PridmoreSocial sounds from whales at night for voice and tape, Brunton Auditorium, Sackville, NB
  • October 23: TalespinThe Wise Daughter, Mariazell, Vienna, Austria
  • August 6: Cellist Jamie McLaren and poet Eleonore Schonmaier, an evening of poetry and music about birds, including Music for MagpiesBiscuit Eater Cafe, Mahone Bay, NS
  • August 4: Cellist Jamie McLaren and poet Eleonore Schonmaier, an evening of poetry and music about birds, including Music for MagpiesThe Music Room, Halifax, NS
  • July 25 and 26: Talespin, premiere of The Wise Daughter, Kultursommer Nordhessen festival, Kassel, Germany
  • Elin Söderström will be performing Music for Magpies on May 19th at 3:00 at Salle Serge-Garant, Université de Montréal.
  • May 8: Elin Söderström, Music for Magpies, Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur, Montreal, QC
  • March 1: The Tan Trio, Col, Church of St. John the Divine, Victoria, BC
  • February 18: Suppose I was a marigold, Angela Stevenson at 1:00 at Younger Hall, St. Andrews, UK
  • February 15: Suppose I was a marigold, Angela Stevenson and Bernd Brackman, Stadhuis, Weesp, the Netherlands
  • January 8: Airs of Men Long Dead, Patricia Green and Midori Koga, CD release concert, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

Talks

  • On November 13 I’ll be part of a panel on ecomusicology at the American Musicological Society Conference in Philadelphia.
  • On June 1 I presented some of my research on birdsong at the Listening to Birds symposium in Aberdeen.
  • On February 20 I’ll be giving a presentation on my music and animal song research at Aberdeen University.
  • On January 14 I’m giving a presentation on my music and animal song research at Jack Straw in Seattle.

CDs

  • Airs of Men Long Dead, recorded by Soprano Patricia Green and pianist Midori Koga on The Ice Age and Beyond, Blue Griffin Records

Concerts

  • November 22: Paths for flute and harp, premiered by Tacye Phillipson, Quaker Meeting House, Airton, England
  • October 17: Suppose I was a marigold, Lynn Stodola and Phillippe Djokic, Dalhousie University Music Department 40th Anniversary Alumni Concert.
  • September 26: Waiting (from Airs of Men Long Dead, 1998) and glassy (from minute etudes, book II, 2002), College Music Society 50th Anniversary conference in Atlanta, GA
  • September 25: Rachel Iwaasa, Gliese 581c, Simon Fraser University, BC
  • August 3: TalespinWhy the parrot repeats human words, Theater am Spittleberg, Vienna, Austria
  • June 30: Rachel Iwaasa, premiere of Gliese 581c, H. R. MacMillan Space Centre Planetarium Theatre, Vancouver, BC
  • April 2, May 22, 26 and 28, and June 2, 19, 20, 23, 24, and 2: TalespinWhy the parrot repeats human words, OFF Theater in Vienna, Austria
  • April 4: Helen Pridmore, premiere of Social sounds from whales at night, Sackville Curling Club, Sackville, NB

Talks

  • June 12 and 13: talk on nightingale song structure, Nightingala conference, Kallio Kuninkala, Järvenpää, Finland
  • June 5 and 8, 2008: “From Ethnomusicology to Zoomusicology,” Canadian University Music Society conference, Vancouver, BC

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