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I am honored to learn that my composition Of Three Minds, for soprano, piano, and computer, is one of two winners of the prestigious Suzanne and Lee Ettelson Composer's Award.
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Upcoming
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Release of NARCISSUS/echo (feat. Sonic Generator) by PARMA Records
(SCI Series CD #28).

Catch Arrell's Oh, Popeye! during Part 2 of the the Bent Frequency Duo Project's (Jan Baker, saxophone, and Stuart Gerber, percussion) 2014 tour!
   May 11 - Tage aktueller Musik, Nuremberg, Germany
   April 11 - 52nd Annual Sam Houston State Univ. Contemporary Music Festival
   March 28 - Unruly Music Festival, UW-Milwaukee
   March 26 - Guest Recital, Univ. Indiana, Bloomington
   March 25 - Guest Recital, Ball State Univ., Indiana
   March 24 - Guest Recital, Roosevelt Univ., Ganza Recital Hall, Chicago, IL
   March 23 - 2014 North American Saxophone Alliance National Conference,
   UILL-Urbana/Champaign
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March 16 - Jan Müller-Szeraws gives New York premiere of Arrell's Mutations, for cello and computer. The Firehouse Space, Brooklyn.

March 13 - Jan Müller-Szeraws gives encore performance of Arrell's Mutations, for cello and computer. College of the Holy Cross.

March 12 - College of the Holy Cross Chamber Singers; David Harris, conducting, give encore performance of Arrell's Three Psalms. St. Joseph Memorial Chapel, College of the Holy Cross.

March 8 - Soloists Erik Steighner, Jamie Rottle, Brady McCowan, Minna Stelzner and maestro Gerard Morris give world premiere of This Life Glowed for saxophone quartet and large wind ensemble with the University of Puget Sound Wind Ensemble. 2014 SCI Region VIII Conference

Catch Arrell's Oh, Popeye! during The Bent Frequency Duo Project's (Jan Baker, saxophone, and Stuart Gerber, percussion) 2014 EASTERN tour!
   March 3 - Interactive Arts Performance Series, NYU Loewe Theatre (New York premiere)
   Feb. 28 - Guest Recital, Hartt School of Music,
   Feb. 27 - Guest Recital, Univ. of Connecticut
   Feb. 26 - Lecture/Recital, Boston Conservatory
   Feb. 25 - Guest Recital, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. (world premiere)

Feb. 18 - Craig Hultgren gives Georgia premiere of Arrell's Mutations, for cello and computer, for the Georgia State neoPhonia concert series.

Feb. 7 - Jan Müller-Szeraws gives Maine premiere of Arrell's Mutations, for cello and computer. Hebron Academy.

Feb. 3 - Jan Müller-Szeraws gives Boston premiere of Arrell's Mutations, for cello and computer. New England Conservatory.

Jan. 30 - College of the Holy Cross Chamber Singers; David Harris, conducting, perform Arrell's Three Psalms. Brooks Recital Hall

Dec. 7-11 - Arrell hosted by the University of Nevada as an Artist-in-Residence. Activities include performances of Arrell's works by UNLV faculty Michelle Latour, soprano; Timothy Hoft, piano; Andrew Smith, cello, and Arrell, laptop; a presentation by Arrell on his music, and applied lessons for UNLV composition students.

Nov. 9 - Bassoonist Scott Pool gives 9th performance of Arrell's Blur. Festival of New American Music, Sacramento State.

Oct. 13 - Scott Pool gives 8th performance of Blur. Guest Artist Recital, Columbus State (GA).

Sept. 19 - "Music for Pianos, Pianists, and Anti-Pianists." Matt Gillespie (Alia Musica Pittsburgh) performs Arrell's Icarus, for piano solo, at the Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, NY.

Sept. 17 - Scott Pool gives 7th performance of Blur. Music Honors Recital, Univ. of Texas, Arlington.

Sept. 11 - Scott Pool gives 6th performance of Blur. Guest Artist Series, UNC-Greensboro.
Read Tom Moore's review in CVNC.

July 30 - Premiere of Mutations, for cello and live electronics, by Jan Müller-Szeraws at College of the Holy Cross. Supported by the Mellon Summer Research Program.
 
June 15 - Release of Diptych, a portrait CD featuring five works by Arrell and the talents of Boston Musica Viva, the Clayton State Chorale, Sonic Generator, Jacob Greenberg, Lisa Leong & Amy Williams (Beauport Classical).
 
April 6-7 - Arrell's all fall down (movements 3-5) selected from a blind, international call-for-scores as the featured composition for the inaugural Cape Fear New Music Festival.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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