Archived News

TRUMPET CONCERTO PREMIERED IN EUROPE

The London Schubert Players chamber orchestra gave a warm summer welcome to Waschka's Winter Concerto.

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NEW ORCHESTRA PIECE PREMIERED IN EUROPE

The Radio Television Symphony Orchestra of Serbia presented the Premiere of Waschka's Belgrade Overture as part of the 17th International Review of Composers.  

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WASCHKA WORK FEATURED ON WNYC RADIO PROGRAM

Looking, from Waschka's large-scale computer music work Help Me Remember  was a featured selection on the WNYC (New York) radio program "New Sounds". Billboard Magazine called "New Sounds", hosted by John Schaefer, "The #1 radio show for the Global Village."

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NEW PIANO WORK AT NC STATE AND MIT

Dr. Elaine Chew of the University of Southern California has premiered Rodney Waschka's new piano piece, A Simple Gift for Elaine, at North Carolina State University and she has subsequently performed the work at MIT.

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A review of the concert appears in September/October, 2008 issue of Technology Review magazine.


NEW ALL-WASCHKA COMPACT DISC RELEASED

Music For Strings a CD of Waschka's music performed by the Nevsky String Quartet, has just been released on Capstone Records. The disc contains recordings of two string quartets and solo works for violin, viola, and cello.

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A review of the CD appears in CVNC.


SUMMER CONCERTO RECORDING RELEASED ON COMPACT DISC 

Waschka's composition, Summer Concerto for alto saxophone and Symphony Band, recorded by Phillip Barham and the Tennessee Tech Symphony Band directed by Joseph Hermann, has a commercial release on Arizona University Recordings.

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BOOK PUBLISHED WITH WASCHKA RECORDING AND CHAPTER

Waschka's composition Singing in Traffic has been published as part of the book Evolutionary Computer Music. Waschka wrote a chapter for the book describing his use of genetic algorithms in the composition of some of his music.

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A PREMIERE IN GERMANY

Gregory Wiest premiered Rodney Waschka's song cycle Trains, for voice and piano, in Munich, Germany on March 25, 2007.

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May, 2016: Premiere of the film, Missing Mom (Waschka, Associate Producer) in London, Ontario.

May 6, 2016: World Premiere of Au Revoir, Svetozar performed by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble at the EchoFluxx 16 Festival in Prague.

April 29, 2016: Premiere of Wealth Inequality 2016 performed  by the Lineage Percussion Trio in Ramsey Concert Hall, University of Georgia.

April 24, 2016: Premiere of Raleigh Overture performed by the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Peter Askim

April 16, 2016:  Performance of Aubade at Youngstown State University as part of 60x60.

March 22, 2016: Preview performance in Raleigh by Kate Campbell of some of the Enigmatic Sonatas for piano.

February 19, 2016: Performance of A Portrait of Stephanie Spencer at the Southeastern Composers League Forum, Campbell University.

February 9, 2016: Presentation of Horizons (film) in the Theatre at Eastern Illinois University.

February 7, 2016: Premiere performance of A Portrait of Jonathan Kramer given by Jonathan Kramer in Stewart Theatre, Raleigh.

January 19, 2016: Waschka performed at the Arts NOW Series, Raleigh, North Carolina, works by M. Helmuth, A. Jenks, J. Cage.

January 9, 2016: US premiere  performance of MAYDAY: Requiem for Those Lost at Sea at the San Francisco Tape Music Festival.

November 7, 2015: Performance of At Least 21... (full title under compositions), for unspecified sextet, New Music Ensemble, Ohio University, Mark Phillips, Director.

November 5, 2015: Performance of Aubade at North Carolina State University.

October 30, 2015: Performance of Aubade at Denison University.

October 23, 2015: Two performances at the Winter Garden in New York City of Aubade

October 23, 2015: Performance of Aubade at the Frost School of Music, University of Miami.

October 20, 2015: Performance of Aubade in Bucharest, Romania at the Universitatea Nationala De Muzica Bucuresti.

October 16, 2015: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Fleischmann Planetarium in Reno, Nevada. 

October 16, 2015: Performance of At Least 21... at the Hartford New Music Festival.

October 1, 2015: Presentation at the International Computer Music Conference. 

September 25, 2015: Australian premiere of Belgrade Overture, for orchestra, in Sydney.

September 8, 2015: Performance of La Verdad in Raleigh.

Summer 2015: Composing in Europe. 

May 1, 2015: Performance of MAYDAY: Requiem For Those Lost At Sea by the Bristol University Loudspeaker Orchestra, Bristol, England.

March 21, 2015: Performance of Still Life with Castanets at EARspace sponsored by SoundKitchen as part of the Frontiers Festival at HFWAS in Digbeth, Birmingham, England.

March 3, 2015: Presentation on algorithmic electronic music as part of a panel on electronic music in the Auditorium of the Hunt Library, (7pm)  sponsored by the NCSU Libraries.

February 17 - March 3, 2015: Daily presentation of the film Horizons at the Hunt Library of NCSU.

February 28, 2015: Performance by the Balkan Quartet of String Quartet #3 at the South Carolina Chamber Music Festival at Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center.

February 27, 2015: Premiere Performance of Dirty Secrets at the Southeastern Composers League Forum, Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina.

February 22, 2015: Performance of A Portrait of Pablo Picasso by One of His Lovers at East Carolina University

February 22, 2015: Guest Lecture at the North Carolina New Music Initiative event at East Carolina University. 


December 7, 2014:  US premiere of the piece, At Least 21... (full title under compositions) for unspecified sextet, performed by The New Music Ensemble at Central Michigan University in the Staples Family Concert Hall.

December 6, 2014: Neil Hicks performs the Interludes (soprano sax and tape) from the opera Saint Ambrose at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.

November 26, 2014: World premiere of the piece, At Least 21... (full title under compositions), for unspecified sextet, performed by the Contemporary Music For All group at the Bristol Music Club in Bristol, England.

November 7, 2014: Screening of the film Horizons by Zlatko Cosic and Waschka at the Fresh Minds Festival at Texas A&M University. 

October 28, 2014: Performance of CHATting Up by saxophonist and composer Laurent Estoppey as part of the Arts NOW Series on the campus of North Carolina State University. Read the review HERE.

October 9, 2014: Mexican Premiere of A Portrait of Pablo Picasso by One of His Lovers in Mexico City as part of the MUSLAB 2014 concerts at Espacio Sonoro UAM-X. 

September 30, 2014: Waschka performs a program of works including pieces by Pauline Oliveros, Charlemagne Palestine, Christian Wolff, Mara Helmuth, and others at Truitt Auditorium on the campus of North Carolina State University. Read the review HERE.

September 25, 2014: US Premiere of A Portrait of Pablo Picasso by One of His Lovers in New York City as part of the Circuit Bridges concert series. 

September 18, 2014: World Premiere of A Portrait of Pablo Picasso by One of His Lovers at the Joint International Computer Music Conference and Sound and Music Computing Conference in Athens, Greece.


Summer, 2014: Composing in Europe.


May 31- June 1, 2014: Broadcast of Reminded of Dickens as part of the Wave Farm event on WGXC radio in New York. 

April 8, 2014: Wall Street 2008, presented in Rethymno, Greece. 

March 29, 2014: Benjamin Carraher performed  The Definitions Aria from the saxophone opera Saint Ambrose at the Hartt School of Music in Connecticut.

February 22, 2014: Performance of Enigmatic Sonata #1 by Walton Lott at the Southeastern Composers League Forum at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga.

February 18, 2014: Preview performance of A Portrait of Pablo Picasso..., and performance by Waschka of works by Alden Jenks and Mara Helmuth at Truitt Auditorium in Raleigh. 

January 14, 2014: Premiere performance of String Quartet #3 by the Balkan Quartet at Titmus Theatre in Raleigh.

November 2013: A recording of Waschka’s Belgrade Overture, has been released on the Australian record label, Ablaze. The Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by British conductor Mikel Toms, recorded the work for a compact disc called “Orchestral Masters.”  More here and here

November 8, 2013: Premiere performance of Beware the New(york) Sugar Adams for string trio by the group,  a very small consortium, in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

October 21, 2013: Lecture on the political/intermedial work of artist Michael Klauke at the Frankie Weems Art Gallery at Meredith College. 

October 15, 2013: Performance of A Noite, Porem, Rangeu E Quebrou by Andrea Cheeseman at the Titmus Theater in Raleigh. 

October 5, 2013: Performance of CHATting Up at the CEMICIRCLES Festival at the University of North Texas, sponsored by the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia at UNT.

October 4, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Harvestworks on Broadway in New York City.

September 25, 2013: Broadcast of of Wall Street 2008 on WVUM radio.

September 23, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 in Clarke Recital Hall at the University of Miami.


Summer, 2013: Composing in Europe.


May 31, 2013:Performance of Wall Street 2008 Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster University Film Series.

May 3, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 in the John Jacob Niles Gallery at the University of Kentucky.

April 28, 2013: Performance of Good Luck and Bad Luck by Natalie Bader, Katie Michalak, and Richard Drehoff, at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

April 26, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Axis Arts Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England. 

April 26, 2013: Performance of Good Luck and Bad Luck by Natalie Bader, Katie Michalak, and Richard Drehoff, at Hill Hall, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

April 25, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Bellingham Electronic Arts Festival, Bellingham, Washington.

April 20, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Black Box Theater, Texas A&M University.

April 19, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Black Box Theater, Texas A&M University.

April 6, 2013:Performance of Still Life with Castanets and La Verdad at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival.

April 4, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the Theatersaal, University of Bremen, Germany.

March 26, 2013: Performance of Singing in Traffic by Allan Ware at NCSU in Raleigh. 

March 2, 2013: Performance of La Verdad at the California State University - Fullerton New Music Festival.

February 27, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Oxford Brookes University, as part of Audiograft in Oxford, England. 

February 23, 2013: US Premiere of Belgrade Overture by the Knox-Galesburg Symphony, conducted by Bruce Polay in the Orpheum Theater.

February 19, 2013: Guest composer at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Performance of Still Life with Castanets and La Verdad. 

January 29, 2013: Performance of Still Life with Castanets and La Verdad at the Kennedy-McIlwee Theatre at NCSU in Raleigh.

January 28, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Roland Hayes Concert Hall, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

January 27, 2013: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Wahlberg Recital Hall, California State University, Fresno.

Re-release of a recording of Winter Concerto by the London Schubert Players chamber orchestra with Huw Morgan trumpet soloist, this time on the Nimbus Alliance label (United Kingdom) as part of a 3-CD set, "A European Odyssey" (NI6195). Named "Record of the Month" by Composition:Today. More information HERE

December 7, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Ives Hall, Lewis University in Illinois.

December 5, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Dinu Lipatti Concert Hall, National University of Music, Bucharest, Romania.

November 30, 2012:Performance of Wall Street 2008 as part of the Concordance Festival, at Spectrum in New York City. 

November 26, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, California.

November 20, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at EDAU, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom.

November 14, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Hulsey Recital Hall, University of Alabama -  Birmingham. 

November 9, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Longy School of Music of Bard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

November 9, 2012: Performance of Wall Street 2008 at Gainesville State College, Oakwood Georgia. 

October 11-13, 2012: Performance by Waschka at the University of Mary Washington including pieces by Pertti Jalava, Allen Strange, and Mansoor Hosseini. Waschka works performed: Visions of HabakkukLa VerdadStill Life with Castanets, and  A Short Letter from a Small Place. 

September 28 and 29th, 2012: Performances of Aubade at the Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival, Lexington, Kentucky.

September 18, 2012: Premiere of Wall Street 2008 at the 60x60 concert, Kennedy-McIllwee Studio Theatre, Thompson Theatre, NCSU, Raleigh.

September 5, 2012: Premiere of Variazione Turistiche in Riola Terme, Italy, performed by clarinetist Arianna Tieghi.

June 16, 2012: Performance of Piano Concerto in Moldova as part of the "New Music Days" Festival, Olga Kleiankina, piano soloist with the National Radio-Television Orchestra, Oleg Palymski, conductor, in the National Philharmonic Hall.


Summer 2012: Composing in Europe. 


March 29, 2012: Performance of String Quartet: Laredo by the Balkan Quartet at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.

February 24-26, 2012: Screening of Horizons, a film collaboration with Zlatko Cosic, at the Carnival of e-Creativity, in India as part of the CologneOFF nomadic festival.

January 24, 2012: Performance of Aubade in Raleigh, NC.

December 9-10, 2011: Screening of Horizons at the 24th Festival Les Instants Video. Instants Video Numeriques et Poetiques. Saint Denis, France.

November 16-20: Screening of Horizons at the Vegas Independent Film Festival, in Las Vegas.

November 14, 2011: Screening of Horizons at the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Xochimilco  in Mexico City as part of the CologneOFF International nomadic festival.

November 11-14, 2011: Performance of Sayings for mixed choir at the 20th International Review of Composers in Belgrade.

October 27-29, 2011: Screening of a Horizons at the Electroacoustic Barn Dance in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

October 28, 2011: Presentation of Aubade at the Univ. of  Maryland-BC as part of the Livewire Express.

October 3, 2011: Aubade presented at the Sheldon Theater in St. Louis.

September 29, 2011: Presentation of Aubade at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.

September 22, 2011: Screening of a Horizons at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.

September 20, 2011: Performance by Waschka of various pieces at the Arts NOW Series, Raleigh, including A Short Letter from a Small Place.

September 8-10, 2011: Screening of Horizons at Waterpieces Contemporary Art and Videoart Festival in Riga, Latvia as part of the CologneOFF nomadic festival.

August 31, 2011: Screening of Horizons at Shams - The Sunflower in Beirut, Lebanon.

August 17-24, 2011: Seven screenings of Horizons at the SOHA Gallery in St. Louis, MO.

July 29, 2011: Aubade presented at Galapagos in New York City.

June 24, 2011: Horizons presented at Banja Luka College, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

June 22, 2011: Horizons presented at the Academic Film Center, Students' City Cultural Center, Belgrade, Serbia. 


Summer, 2011: Composing in Europe.


May 21, 2011: Premiere of Aubade as part of Dance Parade in New York City.  

May 15, 2011: Screening of Horizons, at the Sonic Rain Festival at the University of Oregon. 

April 30, 2011: Screening of Horizons at the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, Italy as it becomes part of the Museum's permanent collection. 

March 17-19, 2011: Waschka was a Guest Composer at the Palm Beach Atlantic University NEW MUSIC 11 Festival.  Five of his works, A Simple Gift for ElaineLa Verdad,  Still Life with CastanetsSinging in Traffic, and A Short Letter from a Small Place were presented in two concerts. 

March 18, 2011: Screening of Horizonsat the Magmart International Festival, in Naples, Italy, sponsored by the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum.

March 14-15, 2011: North Carolina State University and Waschka hosted the Southeastern Composers League Forum. Waschka's CHATting Up for soloist and tape was performed by Laurent Estoppey.

February 18, 2011: Performance of Strange Moon at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

February 9-12, 2011: Waschka was Guest Composer-in-Residence at Longwood University in Virginia. Nine of his works presented (A Simple Gift for ElaineSinging in TrafficCHATting UpTopsy SpeaksStrange MoonClementine VariationsStill Life with CastanetsLa VerdadA Short Letter from a Small Place) and he conducted his Summer Concerto for alto saxophone and Symphonic Band.

January 21, 2011: Screening of Horizons, at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 26th Annual National Conference, Gusman Hall, Miami, Florida.

Screening December 11, 2010: Performance of Six Folksongs from an Imaginary Country by Jen Tyler at Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas.

December 4, 2010: Screening of  Horizons, at the New Music Circle Showcase, Steinberg Auditorium, St. Louis, MO.

November 27, 2010: Premiere of Waschka's Piano Concerto by Olga Kleiankina, soloist, and the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic, Jeffrey Meyer, Artistic Director, in Glinka Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia.

November 20, 2010: Performance of Strange Moon at threewalls, Chicago.

November 11-21, 2010: Screening of the film Horizons, at the St. Louis International Film Festival.

October 26, 2010: Premiere performance of Academic Recessional, Reynolds Coliseum, NCSU. Commissioned for the installation of the new University Chancellor.

October 16, 2010: Performance of Strange Moon at the Contemporanea Festival in Udine, Italy.

October 9-13, 2010: Screenings each day of the film Horizons at the Kino Obserwatorium as part of the dokumentART Festival, Szczecin, Poland.

September 14, 2010: Performance of CHATting Up at the North Carolina Computer Music Festival in Raleigh.

September 14, 2010: Screening of Horizons at the North Carolina Computer Music Festival in Raleigh.

September 13, 2010: Reminded of Dickens at the North Carolina Computer Music Festival in Raleigh.

July 21, 2010: Screening of the film Horizons, a collaboration with director Zlatko Cosic, at the Stella Artois St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase. The film wins the prize for best computer animation.

July 16, 2010: Performance of Strange Moon at the Taipei Contemporary Art Center in Taipei, Taiwan.

July 14, 2010: Performance of Strange Moon at Grey Matter Books in Hadley, MA.

July 8, 2010: Premiere of Winter Concerto (a trumpet concerto) in London. The performance was given by the London Schubert Players Chamber Orchestra, Anda Anastasescu, Artistic Director, Huw Morgan, trumpet.


Summer, 2010: Composing in Europe.


April 24, 2010 Sayings for Choir, the NC State Chorale, Nathan Leaf, Director in Stewart Theatre in Raleigh.

April 15, 2010 Sayings for Choir, the NC State Chorale, Nathan Leaf, Director, at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Raleigh. Premiere.

March 25, 2010 Reminded of Dickens as part of the 60x60 video project at Preintemps Musical d'Annecy, Auditorium du Centre de Pratique Musicale d'Annecy, in France.

March 8, 2010 La Verdad in at NCSU in Raleigh. 

February 16, 2010 CHATting Up  performed by Brooks de Wetter-Smith at the CHAT (Collaborations: Humanities, Arts, and Technology) Festival at the University of North Carolina. Premiere.

February 8, 2010 Clementine Variations at the 25th Annual Institute for Emerging Issues Forum at the Raleigh Convention Center. 

February 5, 2010 Singing in Traffic performed by Jonathan Kramer at the Society of Composers, Inc. conference in Greensboro, NC.

February 4, 2010 A Simple Gift for Elaine, performed by In-Sook Park at the University of Alabama- Huntsville, New Music Festival.  

January 23, 2010 Reminded of Dickens as part of the "12 Nights of Electronic Art and Music" in Miami.

December 8, 2009 40 for Rob performed by Shiau-uen Ding in New York City at the Christ and St. Stephen's Church.  Premiere.

November 13, 2009 Singing in Traffic performed by Jonathan Kramer at Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia.

November 7, 2009 Clementine Variations, La Verdad, Strange Moon, and Reminded of Dickens performed at the Third Practice Festival in Richmond.

September 10, 2009 Singing in Traffic performed by Jonathan Kramer at NCSU.


Summer, 2009: Composing in Europe.


April 8, 2009 Reminded of Dickens choreographed by CJ Holm at Galapagos in New York City.

March 24, 2009 Reminded of Dickens at the Kulturkioske, Gavle, Sweden.

March 13, 2009 Still Life with Castanets at the Southeastern Composers League Forum. 

February 17, 2009 Waschka performed a concert of works for vocalist and electronic music at North Carolina State University in Raleigh including works by Pertti Jalava, Monsoor Hosseini, Stephen Travis Pope, and Allen Strange, including A Short Letter from a Small Place by Waschka.

January 28, 2009 A Simple Gift for Elaine performance by Thomas Warburton on the Arts NOW Series at NC State.

January 27, 2009 Reminded of Dickens at the Kulturkioske, Gavle, Sweden.

January 22-March 5, 2009 Thirty-seven (37) Performances of Reminded of Dickens at the University of Central Missouri. Collaboration with Zlatko Cosic.

December 10-14, 2008 Five (5) Performances of Reminded of Dickens as part of the Alternative Film and Video Festival 2008, Belgrade, Serbia. Collaboration with Zlatko Cosic.

November 22, 2008 Belgrade Overture performed by the Radio Television Symphony Orchestra of Serbia as part of the International Review of Composers. Kolarac Concert Hall, Belgrade, Serbia. Premiere.

October 26, 2008 Reminded of Dickens broadcast on the Martian Gardens radio program WMUA FM 91.1 Amherst.

October 1, 2008   Topsy Speaks performed by Sean Devlin on the Arts NOW Series at NC State.

September, 2008 Reminded of Dickens presented more than a dozen times on French Television as part of a 60X60 collaboration with Zlatko Cosic.

September 11, 2008 Strange Moon at NC State University.

September 5, 2008 Strange Moon at Galapagos in New York City as part of the 60X60 dance event. 

August 26, 2008 Still Life with Castanets at the International Computer Music Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

July 20, 2008 Premiere of Strange Moon on the Martian Gardens radio program hosted by Max Shea.


Summer, 2008 Composing in Europe.


June 6, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Stimultania art galery in Strasbourg, France.

May 12, 2008 Performance of A Simple Gift for Elaine at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Elaine Chew, performer.

April 19, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at CSUF Second Annual New Music Festival, California State University, Fresno, California.

April 19, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Los Angeles Harbor College, Wilmington, California.

April 13, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England.

April 5, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens in St. Louis at the Bastian Center. 

April 4, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens in New York City at Collective: Unconscious. 

March 24, 2008 Premiere of A Simple Gift for Elaine written for Elaine Chew

March 9, 2008 Featured broadcast of  String Quartet: Laredo on the radio program "Nova" from Irish national radio, RTE lyricfm.

February 27, 2008 Featured broadcast of String Quartet: Laredo on the radio program "Classical Discoveries" from radio station WPRB, Princeton, New Jersey.

February 26, 2008 Performance of Topsy Speaks at the North Carolina Computer Music Festival. Sean Devlin, performer.

February 26, February 27, February 28, February 29, March 1, March 2, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at the Spark Festival, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

February 20, 2008 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

February 15, 2008 Performance of Summer Concerto for alto saxophone and symphonic band at the Southeastern Composers League festival in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Philip Barham, soloist.

Now Published: a lengthy interview with Waschka in the December, 2007 issue of 21st Century Music --  A Journal of New Music.

November 30, 2007 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Collective: Unconscious, New York, New York.

November 14, 2007, Performance of Reminded of Dickens at  the John L. Hill Chapel, Georgetown College, Georgetown,  Kentucky.

November 14, 2007 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at the University of Central Florida. 

November 9, 2007 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

November 6, 2007 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

November 5, 2007 Performance of Reminded of Dickens at the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, University of North Texas.

October 29, 2007 Performance of Clementine Variations and Still Life with Castanets at Campbell University. 

October 24, 2007 performance oGood Luck and Bad Luck at the UNCG New Music Festival.

October 24, 2007 Lecture "Theatricks" at the UNCG New Music Festival.

October 1, 2007 premiere of new electronic computer music work, Reminded of Dickens, at North Carolina State University.

Release of the all-Waschka CD, Music For Strings  on a Capstone Records compact disc,  performed by the Nevsky String Quartet.

September 20, 2007 The Definitions Aria presented at the University of British Columbia, John Sampen, performer.

September 19, 2007 The Definitions Aria presented at Pacific Luthern University, John Sampen, performer.

September 18, 2007 The Definitions Aria presented at Whitman College, John Sampen, performer.

September 16, 2007 The Definitions Aria presented at Lewis and Clark College, John Sampen, performer. 

May, 2007: Publication of the book, Evolutionary Computer Music with a chapter by Waschka on "Composing with Genetic Algorithms - GenDash". Contains a compact disc that includes a recording of Singing in Traffic performed by Steve Duke. Published by Springer, (London) it is edited by E.R. Miranda and J.A. Biles. ISBN: 978-1-84628-599-8

April 11, 2007: Release of the AUR compact disc featuring Waschka's Summer Concerto for alto saxophone and Symphony Band, recorded by Philip Barham and the Tennessee Tech Symphony Band directed by Joseph Hermann. The disc is titled "America's Millenium Tribute to Adolphe Sax, Volume XII".

April 3, 2007: The Bremen Clarinet Quartet performs Waschka's multi-clarinet work, Skim.

March 31, 2007:  The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at the University of Hawaii, Manoa

March 25, 2007: Gregory Wiest gave the premiere of the song cycle Trains for voice and piano in Munich, Germany.

March 24, 2007: Invited talk by Waschka at the National Humanities Center as part of the Tanglewood Two pre-Symposium Conference.

March 16, 2007: Topsy Speaks performed at the Southeastern Composer's League festival, in Greensboro, North Carolina.

February 27, 2007: Singing in Traffic performed by Jonathan Kramer at North Carolina State University.

November 11, 2006: Keeping the Core Pure: In Memory of Jerry Hunt performed by the Convolution Brothers (Cort Lippe, Zack Settel, Miller Puckette) and Waschka at the International Computer Music Conference in New Orleans.

April 3, 2007: The Bremen Clarinet Quartet performs Skim at an Arts Now Series event.

March 15-17, 2007: Performance of Topsy Speaks at the Southeastern Composer's League festival.  Greensboro, North Carolina.

February 27, 2007: Performance of  Singing in Traffic by Jonathan Kramer at North Carolina State University.

November 11, 2006: Performance of Keeping the Core Pure: In Memory of Jerry Hunt at the International Computer Music Conference in New Orleans.  Performed by the Convolution Brothers (Cort Lippe, Miller Puckette, and Zack Settel) with Waschka.

October 19, 2006: Performance of La Verdad at North Carolina State University.

October 19, 2006: Performance of La Verdad at North Carolina State University.

September 29, 2006:  The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at the University of Hawaii, Manoa.

September 27, 2006:  The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at the University of Arizona.

September 26, 2006: The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at Northern Arizona University.

September 25, 2006: The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at the University of New Mexico.

September 24, 2006: The Definitions Aria performed by John Sampen at New Mexico State University.

Summer, 2006: Composing in Europe.