"...probing, intelligent and simply, sensually gorgeous... ...One of the most enjoyable things I've heard this year." - great review of the new CD, Hyenas in the Temples of Pleasure, from Brian Olewnick at Just Outside
Hyenas in the Temples of Pleasure, the first full-length album of my work, is set for release on Populist Records on October 14, 2014. Includes performances by Yarn/Wire, James Sullivan, Brian Walsh, and myself. Find out more info and pre-order a copy of the CD here.
Out now on vinyl LP: Les Duresses, my recording of the complete solo violin music of Marc Sabat (including his edition of Morton Feldman's unfinished violin solo from 1984), plus one composition of his for two violins performed with Marc Sabat. Pick up a copy from Berlin-based care/of editions.
Announcing Hopscotch, a new opera collaboration with The Industry. My contribution to the project will include an electro-acoustic work for soprano Estelí Gomez of Roomful of Teeth.
"Two arias from Andrew McIntosh's opera-in-progress "Bonnie & Clyde" were moving meditations by others caught in the couple's wake." - LA Times
Two scenes from Bonnie and Clyde performed at REDCAT on April 13, 2014 by Stephanie Aston and the CalArts Orchestra as part of the Anne Lebaron portrait concerts
“Though few in number and playing quietly, the solitary chords produced by this ensemble floated gently upward into the expanse of Disney Hall, creating a lovely warm sound." - Sequenza 21
Four positive reviews of Silver and White, performed on the LA Phil's Maximal Minimalism Green Umbrella concert in Disney Hall on April 8, 2014: OC Register, LA Times, Sequenza 21, New Music Box
"I would not recommend driving under the mind-blowing influence of Schweinitz"
LA Times review of the Formalist Quartet's feature performance on Monday Evening Concerts in Zipper Hall that included Two Small Quartets
Launched!! A Kickstarter campaign for my first album of compositions, featuring Hyenas in the Temples of Pleasure performed by Yarn/Wire and the complete Symmetry Etudes:
Three positive reviews of the Symmetry Etudes performance on the LA Philharmonic Green Umbrella Series: LA Times, Sequenza 21, and New Music Box.
LA Philharmonic to present one of the Symmetry Etudes on its Green Umbrella Series on December 3, 2013
Glowing Sequenza 21 review of a recent performance with Dante Boon of Morton Feldman's For John Cage, which we are in the process of recording
New York Times review of 3 performances at Roulette in Brooklyn with Wadada Leo Smith
Wonderful LA Times review of the Formalist Quartet's performance of Christian Wolff at REDCAT in Walt Disney Concert Hall
Two great reviews of performances as part of Tom Johnson's residency in Los Angeles featured in New Music Box and Sequenza 21.
Very nice LA Times review of wild Up's January 14 performance at Monday Evening Concerts
video documentation of my collaboration with Scott Worthington on Wolfgang von Schweinitz's Plainsound Glissando Modulation is now up on YouTube
German Record Critic's Award (Preis Der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik) selected Katharina Rosenberger's new CD, texturen, on which I played viola with the Wet Ink Ensemble, for their quarterly best list
On December 8 I will be peforming the viola solo in Morton Feldman's iconic work Rothko Chapel with wild Up at the Hammer Museum
Recent review of Tom Johnson correct music album in The Rambler, London, UK
Formalist Quartet featured on new Cold Blue Records compilation CD
Eggs and Baskets, from the Tom Johnson solo CD, featured on the I Care If You Listen Fall 2012 Mixtape
Tom Johnson Correct Music (a mostly solo album on Populist Records) released on 8/7/12.