Aggregate Remixes

Aggregate Remixes is a sonic collaboration designed to create music while working remotely and independent of one another, and also being able to use whatever “instruments” are at hand, traditional or otherwise. Each performer records their own interpretation of a brief graphic score from a collection of 21 different scores, each designed to be 60″ in length. Then each performer takes the aggregate submissions and arranges them all together by selecting the order in which they’re heard and how they’re layered on top of each other. This results in multiple unique remixes of all the individual recordings. Each performer involved gets to take on the additional roles of interpreter, composer, arranger and producer.

Here are images of the scores that performers will interpret.

Video Remixes


Collective Resonance

For multiple large crystal singing bowls performed in an interactive fashion with crowd participation.  Best served outdoors.

The first of several performances during the Oregon Fringe Festival was Monday, May 9th. Thanks to all of my students from the SOU Percussion Studio, Music Department and my World Music class for making it happen!



Welcome and Thanks!

Thanks for checking out my new website.  It’s still a work in progress, but I’ll be adding more and more content as time permits.

I plan on creating a comprehensive resource for my upcoming concerts, compositions as well as anything fun my students might get up to.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

Thanks Again! Bryan