Yumcha Cups

“(Among the) highest, subtlest, strangest, and most elegant, musical and extra-musical explorations of the last 50 years.” 

Steve Layton
Sequenza 21

“(Work) that should be seen as much as heard.”

Anastasia Tsioulcas
Deceptive Cadence, NPR Music.

“Art and music collide in (this) stunning score… beautiful…”

“… making amazing breakthroughs in the art of notation.”


Visualiser l’invisible: Nicholas Maravitti, digital e-book: 77 pages, École De Communication Visuelle. Provence, France. ISBN: 978-2-9547163-1-2, 2013: p. 52-53.

Notations 21: Theresa Sauer (ed.), Hardcover: 320 pages, Mark Batty Publishers. New York. ISBN-13: 978-0979554643, 2009: p. 218.


Shōzō Shimamoto Gallery (Takarazuka, Japan)
NPR Music Online (USA)
TEDx Yorku (Toronto)
Chelsea Art Museum (New York)
The Goldfarb Center for Fine Arts Special Projects Gallery (Toronto)
Theocharakis Foundation Hall (Athens, Greece)
Jan Hus Presbyterian Church (NYC)
Michael C. Rockefeller Gallery (SUNY: Fredonia)
Kimmel Harding Nelson Center For The Arts (Nebraska)
Thelma Schnitzer Hall (University of Oregon)
Classical FM Online (UK)
The Hutchins Gallery of Long Island University
KyoRyuKan Performance Hall (Kyoto, Japan)
Toronto New Music Marathon
Martin Mullens Gallery (SUNY: Oneonta)
Shin Nishinomiya Harbour Yacht Club (Japan)
Seton Art Gallery of the University of New Haven
BEAKERHead Art + Technology Exhibition (Calgary)
Gund Gallery of Kenyon College (Ohio)
Mikhail Zakin Gallery (N.J)
EPCOR Center For The Arts
Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery (Long Island)
Parallax Records (Kyoto)
Heliconian Hall (Toronto)
东岸 : East Shore Jazz Cafe (Beijing, China)
물 콕 : Watercock Club (Seoul, Korea)
クラブホタル: Club Firefly (Osaka, Japan)
Staples Family Concert Hall (Central Michigan University)
Gallery MC (NYC)
Cafe Talulah (NYC)
MOBIUS (Cambridge)
The Edwardian Cloakroom (Bristol, UK)
PS2 Project Space (Belfast, Ireland)
MÜSZI Cultural Space (Budapest)


4 thoughts on “Scores

    1. Thank you for the HUGE compliment! I never thought of language as “neuro-literary” ecology!But… if anything I do shares in your methodology, then I must be doing something right! 🙂

  1. You honor me too much, Daniel. I’m your basic ill-educated lout, who after 30+ years of stumbling, is finally finding his way. I feel fortunate to have found your blog – you offer much of interest, of importance, to me – music, language, communication – and I am in awe of your accomplishments.

    1. Ill-education and stumbling are nothing to be dismissed… if they are learnt from. There is a certain class of creators who benefit from this foundation, and you are representative of the positive results of that process. Many of the paths that lead to glory are rocky and meandering. All that matters is what you now present to the world… great haibun; zuihitsu-esque utterances that figure in the gestalt of the complexities of Life itself.

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