Collaborations

FILM

Filmmaker Jay Buim’s Motionpoems film based on my poem “Caught” from the New England Review premieres in May 2015.

DIGITAL MUSIC

My digital collaboration with composer Aaron Stepp, “ghazal:: unbound,”was created as joint fellows at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and was exhibited at Brentwood Arts Exchange as part of AXIS, a thirteen-artist exhibit. While it is meant to be heard as an installation with four speakers, you can listen to a version of it here.

ART SONG

Payatas,” set by Eric Malmquist, performed  by Soprano Alison Wahl and Chicago Q Ensemble at the Singers on New Ground/Memorious Art Song Concert at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago, 2012.

Alison Wahl and Chicago Q Ensemble at the Poetry Foundation

Alison Wahl and Chicago Q Ensemble at the Poetry Foundation

“Juramentado,” set by Eric Malmquist, performed by Jacob Christopher (tenor) and Kevin Reeks (piano) at Singers on New Ground  Ars Poetica II concert in Chicago, 2011.

Eric Malmquist and Rebecca Morgan Frank

Eric Malmquist and Rebecca Morgan Frank

“Ars Poetica,” set by Brian Baxter, performed by Caitlin McKechney and Myron Silberstein, and produced by Eric Malmquist and SONG at their 2010 Ars Poetica concert.

Caitlin McKechney and Myron Silberstein

Caitlin McKechney and Myron Silberstein

Diptych,” two poems set by Aaron Stepp.

“Junkyard Temples,” set by Aaron Stepp.

 

AWP Art Song Panel with poets Matthew Hittinger, Katie Peterson, and Jill McDonough, along with composers Eric Malmquist, Brian Baxter, and Randall West.

AWP Art Song Panel with poets Matthew Hittinger, Katie Peterson, and Jill McDonough, along with composers Eric Malmquist, Brian Baxter, and Randall West.

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