I was happy to be part of the celebration this past Sunday in honor of Network for New Music’s outgoing artistic director Linda Reichert. Here’s what was on the program:
It was an honor to share a program with a lot of very distinguished colleagues; an honor as well to perform with some very fine players, who did a great job on my piece.
Click here for the Philadelphia Inquirer review. As Peter Dobrin wrote,
For complexity and subtlety of message, James Primosch’s Two Sketches captured quite a lot. Scored for piano, violin, cello, clarinet, and flute/piccolo, the work’s first movement lurked. The second announced itself with a four-note figure that grew into other ideas. It was a capstone of the best kind, conveying the feeling of freedom and ease, an innocent sense of discovery — coveted ideals for any artist headed off into the scary free-form of reinvention.