Karl Schindler recorded John Cage's Fonatana Mix at Paradise Valley CC with fellow performers Brett Reed, Matt Gould, Beth Schneider, and Eric Shultz.
Karl Schindler will perform with the new music ensemble, Crossing 32nd Street, on Nov. 7 (ASU Downtown PURL) in a John Cage concert.
Karl Schindler will perform a vocal duet with Dr. Kenny Miller and a piano duo piece with Mrs. Ellen Brown on the Phoenix College Music Faculty Showcase on October 1.
The Heart of America Men's Chorus will perform two choral arrangements by Karl Schindler on their March 28 & 29 concert.
Karl Schindler will perform on the Phoenix College Music Faculty Showcase concert on Thursday, November 13.
The Heart of America Men's Chorus has commisioned two choral arrangements for a concert in 2009.
Baritone Jeff Jones has commisioned a song cycle using texts from Spoon River Anthology.
After many months dedicated to curiculum development and music director duties at Phoenix College, Mirrors is nearing completion. Pre-planning for the yet-to-be-named multimedia/cabaret piece continues.
Trombonist Milas Yoes has commisioned a single-movement piece for trombone and piano.
Tenor Kenny Miller is scheduled to perform "The Flag" from Ghost Voices in an upcoming concert.
Karl Schindler will perform with the new music ensemble, Crossing 32nd Street, on Sept. 22 (Paradise Valley Community College) and Sept. 24 (The Icehouse; Phoenix, AZ) in a James Tenney Retrospective concert.
Upcoming projects include completion of Mirrors and initial work on a yet-to-be-named multimedia piece.
Karl Schindler successfully defended his doctoral dissertation at Arizona State Univeristy.
Karl Schindler now has an entry on the Internet Movie Database for music written for two short films.
Karl Schindler will perform with Crossing 32nd Street at the SCI Conference at Arizona State University on Saturday, October 14, 8:00 pm (Evelyn Smith Music Theatre).
Pictures from the dress rehearsal of the latest performance of Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery at Paradise Valley Community College can be found on the Photos page.
The performance of Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery at Paradise Valley Community College was a success. Pictures, audio, and video to follow soon.
Only one week to go before the performance of Ghost Voices: Songe from a Cemetery at Paradise Valley Community College.
Karl Schindler was recently named Program Director for the Phoenix College Music Department.
Due to a recent injury, soprano Cindy Hoff's recital (including the premiere of Six Short Songs) has been rescheduled for early fall 2006 at Arizona State University.
Michael Markowski, a student of Karl Schindler, has won first place in the international Frank Ticheli Composition Contest for Young Band, Category 2. Congratulations Mike!
Soprano Cindy Hoff will perform Six Short Songs on a voice recital in April at Arizona State University.
Karl Schindler will perform Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians with Crossing 32nd Street (a new music ensemble based in Phoenix, AZ) in two concerts in early March.
Soprano Cynthia Hoff has commisioned Karl Schindler to write songs for an April recital. More details to follow soon.
A performance of Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery is scheduled for May 9 at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, AZ. Also on the concert is the premiere of a new work, Wie die Blätter des Herbstes Herabfallen [As the Autumn Leaves Fall]: The Heiligenstadt Testament, by Kendra D'Ercole.
New improved Ghost Voices video clips—now with text to follow along! Find them on the Works page
Karl is now a full-time faculty member at Phoenix College, teaching Music Theory, Composition, and Electronic Music.
Video from Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery can now be accessed from the Works page.
Audio from Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery can now be found on the Works page. Pictures from the premiere of Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery and the Small Blue Dot performance of MUSICIANS UNITE! A Night of Hanns Eisler Songs can now be found on the Photos page.
Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery, a multimedia cantata, was performed at the Lyceum Theatre on the Arizona State University main campus. The premiere was a success! Audio and video clips will be added to this site soon.
Based on the recommendation of the Arizona State University Herberger College of Fine Arts Distinguished Teacher Awards Committee, Karl was awarded a Teaching Award for 2004-2005, the highest award the college gives for outstanding teaching.
Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery, a new multimedia cantata by Karl Schindler, is scheduled for performance on April 30, 8:00 p.m. in the Lyceum Theatre on the Arizona State Univesity Main Campus in Tempe. The concert will also feature new works by composers Andrew Lehman and Nahla Mattar.
Three Spoon River Songs (a three-song cycle) was performed by Jeff Jones, Laura Inman, and Christi Leman at Arizona State University. These three songs are part of the intermedia cantata, Ghost Voices: Songs from a Cemetery, set to be performed in April.
The new site is up at last. More content—including more audio clips and photos—will be added soon.
"Two Fathers," the first song from a three-song cycle titled Three Spoon River Songs, was performed by Jeff Jones and Christi Leman at Arizona State University.