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  • "Prism of Distortions," Cello and Live Processing and Interactive Audio Visual Performance, Washington D.C., Association for Technology in Music Instruction in Music Education 
June 19th-23rd
  • "Prism of Distortions" Mise-En Festival, New York (selected from 1601 submissions, .06% acceptance rate)
June 16-23th
  • "Self-Censorship," New York City Electro-Acoustic Music Festival, New York, New York (World Premiere)
June 5-8th
  • "Torrent" Piano and Electronics, New Music on the Bayou, Monroe, Ruston, Louisiana 
April- May
  • "Your Shadow." Experimental Film and Video Exhibition, CICA Museum, Gimpo, Korea
March 22-24
  • "Humanity: From Survival to Revival." Oh My Ear Festival, Pheonix, AZ
March 16
  • "Eastern Praxis," Ball State New Music Festival, Muncie, IN
March 14-16
  • "Prism of Distortions," Cello Improvisation with Live Electronics and Fixed Media, Moxonic Festival, Central Missouri University
March 8th 
  • "Humanity From Survival to Revival," Performing Media Festival, South Bend, Indiana
March 1-2
  • "Prism of Distortions," Cello Improvisation with Live Electronics and Fixed Media, Electronic Music Midwest Festival, Lewis University
Feb 24th 
  • Prism of Distortions and other works, SEAMUS, Visible Records, Charlottesville, VA.
January 30th
  • "Prism of Distortions," Cello Improvisation with Live Electronics and Fixed Media, Napoleon Electronic Media Festival 2024, Eastern Illinois University
October 28-29
  • "Humanity: From Survival to Revival," Mantis Festival, Twelfth International Conference Music and Sonic Art: MuSA 2023, University of Manchester, UK
October  27-29
  • "See," Fixed Media, Research on Contemporary Composition Conference 2023, University of North Georgia
October 22
  • ​"Humanity" From Survival to Revival," SPECTRAL Performance Art Festival at Rhizome DC, Washington D.C. 
October 9-11
  • Australasian Computer Music Conference (4 works accepted two fixed media works will be screened), Sydney Campus at the University of New England, Parramatta. Whispers of Branches"  (world premiere) and "Remapping Earth"
October 6-8
  • "Paradigm Shift," Central Washington University New Music Festival, Oct. 5-8, Central Washington University, WA
September 8 
  • "Humanity: From Survival to Revival," FARM WORKSHOP 2023 Raisbeck Auditorium at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA. 
July 14th 
  • "Why," Solo Bamboo Flute and Electronics, La Hora Acusmática, Argenna 
July 7th
  • "Humanity: From Survival to Revival," VU Symposium, Park City, Utah
June 20th
  • "Torrent," Piano Improvisation with Fixed Media Electronics, NYCEMF (World Premiere)
June 22nd
  • "Paradigm Shift," New Music Gathering, Portland OR
May 11-13th
  • “Humanity: From Survival to Revival,” Instruments, Interfaces, Infrastructures: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Musical Media, Harvard University, Cambridge MA
May 15th
  • "Eastern Praxis": Interactive Live Graphic Score, cello, violin, bamboo flute and singing bowl, Longy School of Music of Bard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Tenor: International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation  (World Premiere)
  • "I, You, We," Fixed Media Version, NoiseFloor, Staffordshire University
May 19th
  • “Eastern Praxis,” 2023 Asian Classical Music Initiative International Conference, Rutgers University, May 19th-20th
May 31st- June 3rd
  • ​"Paradigm Shift," New Music on the Bayou, Monroe, Louisiana 
April 7th 
  • "Paradigm Shift," Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the U.S. April 7-8, New York City. 
April 16th
  • "Humanity: From Survival to Revival" Broadcast Education Association, Best of Competition Showcase Panel, April 16th, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Neveda 
April 21-22
  • "Remapping Earth," Earth day Art Model, April 21-22
March 9th
  • "Paradigm Shift," Performing Media Art Festival, March 9-10, South Bend, IN

March 18th 

  • "Paradigm Shift," Moxonic Festival, Missouri,  March 16-18

March 24th

  • "Paradigm Shift," Turn Up Multi-Media Festival, Tucson, Arizona March 23-26, 2023


  • “Paradigm Shift,” Convergence, Music, Technology, De Montford University, Leister, UK, Sept 22-25.

  • “Humanity: From Survival to Revival,” Eugene New Music Festival, Oct. 15-16, Eugene, OR 

  • “Paradigm Shift,” Regional Society of Composers Conference, Nov. 3-5  Syracuse University

  • “ Humanity: From Survival to Revival,” Sound and Music Performance, Ammerman Center Biennial 2022, Connecticut College, New London, CT Nov. 10-12 

  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” Performing Media Arts Festival, Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, Feb. 17-18

  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” Napoleon Electronic Media Festival, Illinois University, (130 submissions, 26 accepted) (postponed) 

  • “I, You, We,” Turn up, Multi-Media Festival (postponed) 

  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” violin solo with audio-visual interaction, live electronics, Contemporary Art Music Festival, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

  • “Tree Branch I: Nature’s Warning to Humanity,” Fixed Media, Audio-Visual, Earth Day Art Model Telematic Festival, April 22nd, curated by 

  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” Electronic Music Midwest Festival, Lewis University, IL

  • “Paradigm Shift,” International Computer Music Conference, Ireland

  • “Paradigm Shift,” Sound and Music Computing Conference

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  • Solo Exhibition, “Humanity: From Survival to Revival,” CICA Museum, Gimpo, Korea

  • “The Other Narrative,” ELO: E2Lit - Education and Electronic Literature Conference and Art Festival.


  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” Studio 300: Digital Art and Music Festival, Transylvania University Oct. 6-7 
  • “Your Shadow,” ArtTech, 10th International Conference on Digital and Interactive Arts, Oct. 13-15, Portugal. 
  • “Me, Myself and I,” ArtTech, 10th International Conference on Digital and Interactive Arts, Oct. 13-15, Averio, Portugal. 
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” Glitch is the Soul in the Machine: An International Traveling Exhibition of New Media Arts and Design, The Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN, Sept 20- Oct. 1st. 
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” 23rd International Multimedia Arts Festival, August 30th to September 5th in Odzaci and Novi Sad in Serbia
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” Intermedia performance (voice improvisation) New Music Gathering, Minneapolis Minnesota, August 12-18
  • “The Fate of the Dollar,” Intermedia Performance (cello and violin improvisation), New Music Gathering, Minneapolis Minnesota, August 12-18
  • “Embodied Sonic Meditation East-West Trio NO.1: an Elegy for Pum Pum,” International Computer Music Association, (collaborators: Chris Chafe, Cecilia Wu)  July 29th, 2021. 
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” iDMA Conference, “Glitch is Soul Exhibition,” June 24-27, Winona, Minnesota
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” New York Electroacoustic Festival, June, 2021
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” KLG,: Klingt gut, International Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio, Hamburg, Germany, May
  • “AI vs. Human Consciousness,” KLG,: Klingt gut, International Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio, Hamburg, Germany, May
  • “AI vs. Human Consciousness,” Oscillosope, North Wale, UK, May 25th 
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” Intermedia performance (voice improvisation), ELO Platform (Post?) Pandemic conference and festival May
  • “Me Myself and I,” Intermedia performance Video, Electronic Literature Organization and Media Art Festival, May 24-28
  • “Tree Branch,” Audio-Visual Performance, Twelve,  Solo set and collaborative improvisation, A Virtual Audio-Visual Playground. Live Streaming Concert, Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the U.S. April 23 
  • A Sonic Healing Trio, w/ Cecilia Wu, Chris Chafe, Twelve, SEAMUS, April 23
  •  3 Digital Art Works, Self Portrait during the Pandemic, Alone Together, Up Arts Incubator, Lansdale PA. (online exhibition)
  • “Demystifying the Narrative,” (Intermedia Performance) Oh My Ear Festival, April 15-18, Phoenix, AZ
  • “AI vs. Human Consciousness,” (Intermedia Performance), Hot Air Music Festival, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco, CA, March 7
  •  “AI vs. Human Consciousness,” Performing Media Festival, Indiana University South Bend, IN, Feb. 19, 7 pm. 
  • “Ignorance is Peril,” Video Art Screening, Escape 010101, Virtual Reality Exhibition on Twitch, Facebook
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