"The cellist Joshua Gordon is a find: a precise and poetic artist" Andrew Porter, The New Yorker
As the spring season winds down, I look forward to this summer's upcoming projects, including recording Kurt Rohde's "Treatise for an Unrecovered Past" which was the result of the first Lydian String Quartet Commission Prize in 2012 and premiered by the Lydian Quartet in the spring of 2013. In July I'll be fulfilling a major item on my bucket list as I'll be in Maine joining the Da Ponte String Quartet and violist Marcus Thompson in five performances of Erich Wolfgang Korngold's dazzling String Sextet along with Brahms' Sextet in B flat major. As always, I look forward to reuniting with my longtime colleagues at the Wellesley Composers Conference at the end of July. And in late August, the Lydian Quartet will be appearing at the Token Creek Festival in Wisconsin.