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INTERMISSION – Matthew Day

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I have composed the live score for this final part of Matthew Day’s Trilogy, INTERMISSION Intermission is the final installment in Matthew Day’s acclaimed solo series TRILOGY, following THOUSANDS and CANNIBAL “…complete surrender…he’s asking questions about pattern and repetition, about the possibility and oppressiveness of the human body…heart breaking” – Rebecca Saffir, The Brag “the experience of … Read more…


Thousands – Matthew Day

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I wrote the live score to Matthew Day’s work Thousands, which is part of a Trilogy “IT’S LIKE DISCO BUTOH IN A GOLD WASH. THAT’S ABOUT THE BEST I CAN DESCRIBE IT.” John Bailey Presenting a series of quiet moments and details in an exquisitely poised and controlled performance by Matthew Day, Thousands simultaneously suggests … Read more…