UPCOMING CONCERTS 2019
Saturday May 11 - 6-9pm
Neil performs Gate Beats and a preview of Messages at The Rise! - a fund raiser in Washington Heights, NYC, for The Higher Ground Festival. By invitation only.
Saturday July 13 - Time TBA
Crested Butte Music Festival, Crested Butte, CO. VOXARE String Quartet will perform Oceans Eat Cities, and will record it for a new release of Neil’s music on Albany Records.
Saturday, October 26 - Time TBA
The Center for New Music, San Francisco, CA presents Neil, Kathleen Supové and Jennifer Choi in a concert of Neil’s music, including the premiere of Moving On for piano and computer.
Cello Ex Machina @ National Sawdust
Silicon Breath @ Roulette
Gardening At Gropius House (excerpt)
RECENT NEWS & PRESS
RECENT NEWS & PRESS
Neil has been awarded a Bogliasco Fellowship for a residency at the Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy, in April and May 2017. He will be working on Deal With The Devil for violinist Jennifer Choi and pianist Kathleen Supove.
Neil received a 2016 ArtsLink Grant for a two week residency with Omen Theater in Belgrade Serbia.
Neil's CD Ex Machina has "an immediacy and ever-permutating spontaneity ... that is as playful as it is serious." Read Greg Applegate's Nov. 2016 review on classicalmodernmusic.blogpot.com.
Anne Midgette calls Neil's performance at Atlas Performing Arts "a terrific concert" in her Washington Post review , January 31, 2016
Gardening At Gropius House is discussed in CNN.Style, July 2015.
Ableton.com feature article on Neil's use of sampling in A Robert Johnson Sampler, Feb 21 2014
MONO Prelude has "a haunting spoken text ... with driven, vital music." Allan Kozinn's NY Times review of the CD release concert for Extended Family. January 14, 2011.
The Economic Engine "presents a wondrous atmosphere that leaves the listener in a liminal space between two cultures." American Record Guide(March/April 2010)
Priscilla McLean calls Extended Family "one of Rolnick's best works" in her review of his concert at EMPAC. Albany Times Union, February 18, 2010.
"Rolnick's music is a vivid and vigorous hybrid of idioms," Anne Midgette, The Washington Post, October 6, 2009