10/1/20 - Tufts University, MA
Piet's Keys, performance by John McDonald
8/11-25/18 - Cold Hollow Sculpture Park, VT
I served as the park's first Artist-in-Residence and
gave a public presentation of my work.
7/5/18 - Univ. Of Oregon, Eugene OR
Interlude, performance at the Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium
5/25/18 - UC Davis, CA
Wind Chime Waterwheel, performance by Chris Froh and students
5/20/18 - UC Davis, CA
All in a Gaze, performance by Empyrean Ensemble
2/1, 2/3/18 - Berkeley Piano Club, CA
2/5/18 - SF Conservatory, CA
Reverent Murmurs, performance by Sarah Cahill and Eric Zivian (Left Coast Chamber Ensemble)
1/18/18 - UC Davis, CA
Quiet Streams, performance by the St. Louis Symphoney, David Roberston conducting, as part of the Revision/s Festival
Phil Acimovic is a composer, sound artist, and gamelan musician living in
Easthampton, MA. He writes quiet, austere music for solo and chamber
ensembles. In 2018 he served as Artist-In-Residence at the Cold Hollow Sculpture Park in VT.
I compose quiet, slow music. I try to access abstract emotions, the quiet corners of the mind that are obstructed in our hyperactive world. My recent work is a set of solo pieces inspired by painters with whom I feel artistic kinship, Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko, and Agnes Martin. These pieces were written to balance or complement the disquietude of the Covid pandemic.