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Chelsea Music Festival 2016 - Thou Art a Pilgrim: Gandolfi, Redmond, and Beethoven
June 14, 2016 at 7:30pm -- This evening’s program on the enchanted grounds of the General Theological Seminary in Chelsea features three works that contemplate life and encourage us to look at the sky in search of answers. There will be a New York Premiere of "The Nature of Light" by 2016 Festival Composer-in-Residence Michael Gandolfi followed by a World Premiere of a Festival-commissioned piece by composer J.P. Redmond, whose "Wilt Thou Therefore Rise" for soprano and chamber orchestra will feature soprano Gillian Bell.
Boston Classical Review - "Cheese Variations"
An article in the Boston Classical Review about Boston Musica Viva's concert, "A Tribute to Lee Hyla," which included J.P.'s "Cheese Variations" for violin, clarinet, and piano as part of the Rapido! contest Northeastern Semi-Finals.
Boston Classical Review
2015 American Composers Forum NextNotes High School Composition Awards
J.P. received an Honorable Mention in the 2014-2015 American Composers Forum NextNotes High School Composition Awards for his piano quartet, "Perpetual Motion."
American Composers Forum
2015 Brian M. Israel Prize - Society for New Music
This page includes info on the 2015 Brian M. Israel Prize winners and honorable mentions, including J.P.
Society for New Music
2015 Rapido! Composition Contest
Rapido Composition Contest
2015 RiverArts Music Tour Profile
RiverArts
2015 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards Announced
J.P. received the 2015 ASCAP Foundation Charlotte V. Bergen Award, given to the highest scoring Morton Gould Young Composer under the age of 18, for his "Northeastern Sonata."
ASCAP
Concordia Conservatory Presents Screening of The Haunted House
In 2014, Concordia Conservatory, where J.P. studies composition, hosted a screening of Buster Keaton's silent film "The Haunted House" with J.P.'s original score.
Concordia College-New York
2014 ASCAP Composers to Watch
Click here to view J.P.'s page on ASCAP Composers to Watch, which he was featured on after participating in the 2014 NYU/ASCAP Foundation Film Scoring Workshop in Memory of Buddy Baker.
ASCAP
2014 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards Announced
J.P. received a 2014 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award for "The Haunted House - Suite for Sixteen Players."
ASCAP
Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Composes Score for 1921 Keaton Film
In 2013 J.P. received the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. Click here to view the Foundation's blog post about J.P.'s score for "The Haunted House."
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
2013 From the Top Profile
Click here to view J.P.'s profile on NPR's From the Top.
From the Top
From the Top Show #274
From the Top Show #274 features J.P.'s work for voice and piano, "Three Poems to Sing," performed by Kara Sainz and Christopher O'Riley, as well as Christopher O'Riley interviewing J.P.
From the Top
WQXR New York - From the Top Show #274
WQXR
Serenity 2m9 Action Film Score Cue - Reviews
"The orchestration on this piece was really superb. There was clarity in the ranges of the instruments that really came through." - Mark Snow, composer

"I think it's just phenomenal, from beginning to end... It's a great piece of film scoring." - Marcelo Zarvos, composer


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Redmond: Three Poems to Sing for Voice and Piano
Redmond: Serenity 2m9 - Action Film Music Cue
Redmond: Three Poems to Sing
Redmond: Northeastern Sonata
Redmond: Perpetual Motion
Redmond: Hommage a Ravel
Redmond: Choro Alegrinho
Redmond: Three Literary Snapshots
Redmond: Cheese Variations


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