Jason Cady performs In C with Joan La Barbara, Elliot Sharp, So Percussion, Emily Manzo, Jessica Pavone, Aaron Seigel, et al at Issue Project Room 8:00 PM, December 5, 2013.
Huffington Post talks about Experiments in Opera.
Nostalgia Kills You is reviewed in The New York Times.
Jason Cady is interviewed with Aaron Siegel and Matthew Welch on The 5049 Podcast with Jeremiah Cymerman.
Nostalgia Kills You, a one act opera for baritone, soprano and chorus premieres November 2, 2013 at Abrons Arts Center in New York City along with works by John Zorn, Jessica Pavone, and Matthew Welch.
Love & Noise in Buick City, is part of the Empire Drive-In Installation at the New York Hall of Science from October 4-20, 2013.
Happiness is the Problem is reviewed in I Care If You Listen.
Jason Cady will perform The Mother and other works at The Old Stone House in Brooklyn, NY as part of Dan Joseph's Musical Ecologies series on May 16, 2013 at 8:00 pm.
New Music Box reviewed the premier of The Mother at Issue Project Room on February 9, 2013.
The Flame Alphabet, a radio documentary about the novel of that title by Ben Marcus with music composed by Jason Cady and production by Ann Heppermann aired nationally March 8-9, 2013 on IPR's Studio 360.
The Mother, a new opera short by Jason Cady will be premiered at Issue Project Room, at their temporary location at The Actors Fund Arts Center, 160 Schermerhorn St. Brooklyn, NY on February 9, 2013. It will be performed by Hotel Elefant with Erin Flannery and Lisa Komara. It is part of Experiments in Opera's "New Shorts" program, which also includes premiers by Robert Ashley, Joe Diebes, Ruby Fulton, Gabrrielle Herbst, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Aaron Siegel, Justin Tierney, Leaha Maria Villarreal, and Matthew Welch.
Jason Cady will present a paper he wrote on Earle Brown at Beyond Notation: An Earle Brown Symposium, at Northeastern University in Boston, MA on January 19, 2013.
Happiness is the Problem has been released on Lockstep Records as a CD and digital download. It can be purchased from Amazon, itunes, CD Baby, and directly from Lockstep.
Jason Cady performs two new works with Erin Flannery and Amelia Watkins (sopranos), Lisa Komara (mezzo-soprano) and Tim Dahl (bass guitar) at Spectrum on December 2, 2012 from 5:00-7:00 pm, as part of a benefit for Experiments in Opera and in celebration of the release of Happiness is the Problem on CD from Lockstep records. Other performers include Matt Welch, Aaron Siegel, members of Hotel Elefant, and John Zorn.
Imaginary Friends Forever, a radio documentary by Jessica Benko with music composed by Jason Cady and production by Ann Heppermann aired nationally November 24-25, 2012 on IPR's Studio 360.
Review of the Experiments in Opera Spring Series at Roulette featuring Jason Cady's opera, Happiness is the Problem, on WQXR's Operavore May 14, 2012.
Article about Experiments in Opera featuring Jason Cady, in the Huffington Post May 9, 2012.
Article about Experiments in Opera featuring Jason Cady, in Feast of Music May 9, 2012.
Article about Experiments in Opera featuring Jason Cady, in Classical TV May 8, 2012.
Interview with Jason Cady, Matt Welch, Aaron Siegel, Lynn Levy and Dave Ruder in I Care If You Listen May 3, 2012.
Interview with Jason Cady and Aaron Siegel in the Roulette Blog May 8, 2012.
Jason Cady and Aaron Siegel appeared as guests on the Indie Opera Podcast on April 27, 2012.
Happiness is the Problem is being performed at Roulette in Brooklyn, New York on May 10, 2012 at 8:00 pm, along with Aaron Siegel's Brother Brother, and a work by Cough Button a.k.a. Aliza Simons, Dave Ruder, and Lynn Levy.
TRANSIT is performing Three Quintets at the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage, Alaska on March 3, 2012.
Jason Cady will be a guest on WPIR's The Rodent Hour on February 21, 2012 from 8:00-9:00 pm EST.
Chorus of Refuge is featured on How Sound: The Backstory to Great Radio Storytelling including an interview with Jason Cady and Ann Heppermann.
Jason Cady will be a guest on East Village Radio's Andrew Andrew Sound Sound Friday, January 13 from 10:15 - 10:45 am EST.
Steve Smith in Time Out NY describes Happiness is the Problem as "bubbly and brainy..."
The first act of Happiness is the Problem will be performed at le Poisson Rouge on January 16, 2012 at 7:30 PM as part of the Experiments in Opera festival. Excerpts from these other operas will also be performed: Sextour: l'origine des especes by Georges Aperghis; Borges and the Other by Matt Welch; and Brother Brother by Aaron Siegel.
Jason Cady interviews composer Matt Welch for Antilogy Magazine.
Chorus of Refuge is discussed in this new book, Transmission Arts:
Artists & Airwaves, by Galen Josef-Hunter
with Penny Duff and Maria Papadomanolaki.
Check it out on Amazon.
Transit performs Three Quintets at 8:00 PM, Saturday, May 28, 2011 at Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City.
Jason Cady is featured on NPR's "The Mix: 100 composers under 40."
Article on Jason Cady in the April 2011 issue of Java Magazine.
Review of Chorus of Refuge installation at ArtSpaceWest on the campus of Arizona State University West in The State Press.
Chorus of Refuge will be installed at ArtSpaceWest on the campus of Arizona State University West from February 22 to March 4, 2011. The opening is February 22 at 6:30 PM.
TRANSIT recorded Three Quintets which is now available on CD in a small edition with hand painted covers. The CD also includes music by Daniel Wohl and Sean Friar. You can purchase a copy directly from TRANSIT here.
Erin Flannery, soprano; Emily Manzo, piano; Al Cerulo, vibraphone; and Jason Cady, synthesizer perform Odi Et Amo, plus a preview of some new compositions on December 8, 2010 at University of the Streets in New York City as part of a series curated by Sam Kulik.
Matt Bauder (clarinet), Jason Cady (keyboard), Isabel Castelvi, (violin), Natacha Diels (flute), Luke Dubois (visuals), Cornelius Dufalo (violin), Shannon Fields (glockenspiel), Lesley Flanigan (voice), Erin Flannery (voice), Miguel Frasconi (synthesizer), Jon Gibson (saxophone), Peter Gordon (saxophone), Gisburg (voice), David Grubbs (guitar), Nick Hallett (voice), Tom Hamilton (synthesizer), Jonathan Kane (drums), Ha-Yang Kim (cello), Sam Kulik (trombone), Zach Layton (bass), Emily Manzo (piano), Jacqueline Martelle (flute/piccolo), Shahin Motia (guitar), Matt Mottel (organ), Dafna Naphtali (voice), Ben Neil (trumpet), Andrea Parkins (electric accordion), Jessica Pavone (viola), Kathleen Supove (piano), Ray Sweeten (oscillographics), Hans Tammen (guitar), Alexander Waterman (cello), Nathan Wooley (trumpet), Peter Zummo (trombone) perform Terry Riley's In C on November 16, 2010 at 7:00 PM at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City for a benefit concert for the "Darmstadt Classics of the Avant Garde" Essential Repertoire festival.
Transit performs Three Quintets on June 19, 2010 at 7:00 PM at Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City for a benefit concert for the American Cancer Society in memory of Simeona Bergen.
Transit premieres a new work by Jason Cady on March 20, 2010 at Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City.
Jason Cady is performing in John Cage's Four (3) with the Lyon Opera Ballet at The Joyce Theater in New York City from March 9 through March 14, 2010.
Chorus of Refuge is featured in the first issue of The [UN]OBSERVED, a Radio Magaizine.