Here’s an article referencing my musical work in today’s New York Times. The story follows the preparation of a performance of Magnus Lindberg’s work “Kraft.” Henry Cowell, Lou Harrison and myself are listed as composers working in the tradition that draws relationships between percussion and non-traditional instruments.
About halfway through the story, reporter Dan Wakin writes “…the use of found percussion instruments is not new. It has a healthy 20th-century tradition, in the works of Lou Harrison, Henry Cowell and others. Recently a composer in Beacon, N.Y., Joseph Bertolozzi, created a work consisting of percussive sounds made on a Hudson River bridge…”