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  • October 29, 2021

    Several recent and upcoming concerts by the wonderful Washington, D. C. based Beau Soir Ensemble have included my SpringScape, with Ruth Wicker, viola, Carole Bean, flute & Michelle Lundy, harp. Concerts thus far include performances in Bethesda, MD, Reston, VA, [...]

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  • October 11, 2021

    We recorded last night at Thayer Hall, The Colburn School, with Hila Plitmann & Marcia Dickstein, with Fred Vogler and Sergey Parfenov at the console. Stay tuned!

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  • April 19, 2021

    The piece was composed specifically for her solo album from Navona, to be followed by a Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall solo recital.

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Playing On The Edge 2
Etereo Music For Flute
Through Glass
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Upcoming Events

12
January
2022
Sirius Quartet Performs Watcher of the Sky at Carnegie Hall

The Sirius Quartet will be performing my piece, Watcher of the Sky, at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. This piece is included on the Sirius Quartet's album PLAYING ON THE EDGE 2 on the Navona label.

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall
New York, United States
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12
February
2022
The Debussy Trio will perform my “SpringScape” at Mason Home Concerts

3484 Redwood Ave
Los Angeles, United States
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24
June
2022
Anna Kislitsyna Premieres New Piano Sonata, Time and Again

Just confirmed! My friend and colleague Anna Kislitsyna will premiere my new piano sonata, Time and Again, at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Friday, June 24th, 2022.

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall
New York, United States
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Featured Reviews

“An impression of musicality which is very pleasant, indeed… a convincing sense of an overall mood… knows what he wants … sure of what he’s doing.”

– Aaron Copland

“…a musician who blends superior craftsmanship with a colourful, expressive sense of narrative.”

– Donald Rosenberg, Gramophone
on TIME, STILL

“Like a master sculptor of sonic marble, Babcock carves out wonderfully energetic dissonances; never allowing an unneeded doubling to disrupt his perfect balance.”

– Casey Cook, judge, The American Prize
on Be Still