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In Motus Presents: Octubaween

Recorded in the summer of 2018, the In Motus Tuba Quartet will be releasing their second album in October 2018, just in time for Octubaween!

 

Previous Projects

 

Recordings

In Motus, In Motus Tuba Quartet, released in 2016

visit MEDIA for a sample recording

Premieres and Commissions

April 2018

Legends of the Hidden Temple by P.J. Kelley

commissioned by the In Motus Quartet and premiered at Northern Arizona University

September 2017

Onwards and Upwards by Frank Gulino  (commission consortium)

March 2015

Pillars by Benjamin Fraley

Commissioned by Anastasia Christofakis (clarinet) and Genevieve Clarkson and premiered at the South Central Regional Tuba Euphonium Conference at the University of Central Arkansas

March 2014

Don't Snap Your Cat by Inez McComas

Commissioned by Genevieve Clarkson and premiered at Indiana University

October 2013

National Parks Suite by Ezra Donner

Performed with the Indiana University Associate Instructor Brass Quintet

March 2013

Sun Rises Over the Bonneville Salt Flats by Zach Pfeifer

Commissioned by Genevieve Clarkson and premiered at the North American Saxophone Alliance Regional Conference at Bowling Green State University

January 2013

Jim, Jimi, James by Gabriel Lubell

Performed with the Indiana University New Music Ensemble

Dyadic Affinities by Asha Srinivasan (commission consortium)

September 2012

Five Fantasy Pieces by Sven-David Sandstrom

Performed with the Indiana University New Music Ensemble

June 2012

Roots of Variegation by Angelique Poteat

Commissioned by Genevieve Clarkson and premiered at the 2012 International Women's Brass Conference at Northern Kentucky University

March 2012

smudge by Paul Schuette

Commissioned by Genevieve Clarkson and premiered at Indiana University

November 2011

Panic Later by Benjamin Taylor

Fanfare for Five by Bin Li

Prepared for the Jacobs School of Music Composer's Recital

Mr. Brain by Michael Sweeney

Les Chants du Malador by Natalie Williams

Prepared for the 2011 Midwest Composers' Symposium

September 2011

Thin Music - Thick Music by Harvey Solberger

Performed with the Indiana University New Music Ensemble

March 2008

Portraits in Bluestone by Brian Balmages

Performed for the Centennial Celebration of James Madison University