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11.11.18 Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performed select movements from Journey (2015-17) on her solo recital at the Milwaukee Art Museum.

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11.9.18 Break for baritone saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the Splice II Festival at Bowling Green State University

11.9.18 Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performed select movements from Journey (2015-17) on her solo recital at the Capitol Lakes Grand Hall in Madison, WI.

11.7.18 Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performed select movements from Journey (2015-17) on her solo recital at UW Eau-Claire.

11.4.18 Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi premiered my 11-movement solo piano composition Journey (2015-17) on her solo recital at UW Oshkosh along with works by Jeff Herriott, John Mayrose, Chai-Yu Hsu, Yehuda Yannay, and Joseph Koykkar.

10.13.18 Break for baritone saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the Electronic Music Midwest festival at Lewis University.

9.14.18 My first solo album "Journeys" featuring my solo piano music was released by Ravello Records. This album includes recordings of Journey (2015-17), Swirling Sky for solo piano (2014), and Three Pieces for Piano (2006) by pianist the pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi.

9.14.18 Shadow Dance for clarinet, soprano saxophone, and piano was premiered by the Vine Street Trio (Laura McLaughlin, Drew Whiting, and Kirstin Ihde) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

2.7.18 University of Western Michigan Bullock Performance Institute residency that included a radio interview, teaching composition students, and a concert including my works Break for baritone saxophone and electronics and Vortex for alto saxophone and electric guitar performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting and guitarist John Mayrose.

2017 Earned rank of Full Professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

2017 Shadow Dance for piano duo published in the Society of Composers, Inc. Journal of Musical Scores, Volume 57 (J.W. Pepper) 

10.21.17 Enchanted Falls for wind ensemble performed by the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble, directed by Marc Sackman, at the Capitol Civic Center in Manitowoc, WI. 

6.24.17 Skipping Stones for vibraphone performed by percussionist Josh Perry at the Mise-En Music Festival in New York City.

4.21.17 Break for baritone saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the SEAMUS National Conference at St. Cloud State University.

2.23.17 Dominant for fixed media electronics performed on the Electronic Music Eastern concert series at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL.

1.7.17 Break for baritone saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the U. S. Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax, VA.

11.15.16 Pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performed Lament, Vexed, and Transcend from "Journey" for solo piano on the Arts NOW Series at North Carolina State University.

11.5.16 Break for baritone saxophone and electronics premiered by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the Third Practice Festival at the University of Richmond. 

10.14.16 Dominant for fixed media electronics performed at Electronic Music Midwest at Lewis University in Romeoville, IL.

3.17.16 Biota for tenor saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the Ball State University New Music Festival.

2.12.16 Three Quarter-Tone Miniatures for Orff xylophone and computer premiered by percussionist Bill Salak at the SEAMUS National Conference at Georgia Southern University.

1.26.15 Residency at Piedmont College in Demorest, GA. I taught a class on the history of electronic music and gave a masterclass for composition students. Pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performed Lament, Vexed, and Transcend from "Journey" for solo piano and Swirling Sky for piano and electronics on an evening concert.

11.18.15 Vexed from "Journey" for solo piano performed at the M.P. Mussorgsky Ural State Conservatory in Yekaterinburg, Russia by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi.

10.10.15 Conjuring for 5-octave handbell choir was premiered by the Bells of the Cascades handbell choir in Portland, OR after being named a finalist in that organizations 25th anniversary composition contest.

2.7.15 Mobiles for flute and guitar performed in New York City by Lauren Wuerth and Daniel Keene after being named co-winner in the 2014 Musical Amoeba Composition Contest.