Zosha has been commissioned by Music on Main to write an essay on the Canadian New Music scene for ISCM’s World New Music Days. The hard copy of the essay, "Sketching Maps: Deciphering Canada’s New Music Scene,” was released on October 17; digital version forthcoming, early December.
An unorthodox concert experience exploring the intersection of new music, sound arts, electronics, choreography and image. Come engage with musical soundscapes, both natural and urban, acoustic and electroacoustic, which resonate politically and personally. Featuring works by DAVID ADAMCYK, CAMILA AGOSTO, KATHERINE BALCH, COURTNEY BRYAN, DAVID BIRD, ZOSHA DI CASTRI, DANI DOBKIN, DIEGO ESPINOSA, MARY KOUYOUMDJIAN, LU WANG, SAM YULSMAN. This concert is produced as a part of the Columbia-PSL workshop "Music and Sound Studies: Intersections, Boundaries, Opportunities."
ICE and participants in the Banff Centre ARC Evolution summer program perform Zosha's works, alongside those by Stravinsky and Iyer.
Two-piano, two-percussion quartet Yarn/Wire had their Americas Society debut in a program focusing on living composers from Colombia, including Ricardo Gallo (New York), Carolina Noguera (London), and Damián Ponce de León; as well as Columbia - including Zosha's Tachitipo.