Dr. Lovelace endeavors to apply structural and theoretical constructs to translate scientific and technological phenomena into music. He is particularly interested in developing cross-disciplinary collaborative compositions with experts from outside the field of music.
Lovelace has signed on to record “Nocturne: Inversions” to be included on an upcoming PARMA compilation. The work uses invertible counterpoint and melodic inversion to aurally depict a temperature inversion; a condition that precedes freezing rain. The College Music Society has selected the piece for performance at their June 2015 International Conference in Stolkholm and Helsinki.
You can read more about Jason and hear examples of his work, including “Nocturne: Inversions,” via his SCI page: http://www.societyofcomposers.org/members/JasonLovelace/
We’ll be looking forward to working with him in the studio early in 2015.