C4 "Standing Still At Dusk" for SATB Choir June 8 and 10, 2017 more details here
North Carolina Dance Festival world premier of "Greensboro Moves," a collaboration with choreographer Danielle Kinne, funded by a grant from the SPARK! Fund. November 12th, 2016; 7:30 pm Van Dyke performance space, Greensboro Cultural Center
STACKS Duo: UNCG Collage Chamber Series Stacks performs "On Repeats," my collaboration with composer and video artist Jonathan Wall. November 8th, 2015, 4 pm; UNCG Recital Hall
Confluence Performance Projects/Collapss: "Home Again Before Yesterday" Brianna Taylor's dance group performs in collaboration with members of Collapss, including my sound installation "Lineage." Part of the 17 Days Festival. September 18th and 19th, 2015, 8 pm; Crown Theater
Collapss + Polyorchard The Collective performs alongside Durham's experiemental ensemble for John Zorn's famous game piece, twice! March 29th, 2015: The Shed, Durham April 3rd, 2015: Empire Books, Greensboro
COLLAPSS #9 The Collective performs at Elsewhere, one of Greensboro's most iconic cultural centers, with members of the Attentive software development company, makers of Tagtool for iPad. October 3rd, 2014, 7 pm
UNCG Saxophone Ensemble Directed by Steve Stusek Performing transcriptions and new works, including my "Lennon Variations" (new version for sax ensemble) Wednesday, March 16th, UNCG Recital Hall, 7:30
Laurent Estoppey: Finally Alone! Laurent performing a concert of new solo saxophone music, including my "I gotta use words" for tenor and computer Friday, April 11th, UNCW Beckwith Recital Hall, 7:30
COLLAPSS Southern Tour 2014: 85 Live An art adventure along Interstate 85 Show 1: Empire Books, Greensboro, NC March 28th, 7:30 pm Show 2: Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC March 31st, 12 pm Show 3: The Last Word Bookstore, Charlotte, NC April 1st, 7:30 pm Show 4: Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery, Atlanta, GA (guest show with Chamber Cartel) April 2nd, 8 pm Show 5: Westminster Academy, Atlanta, GA April 3rd, 10:25 am Show 6: Westminster Academy, Atlanta, GA April 3rd, 1:50 pm featuring Laurent Estoppey, Steve Stusek, Steven Landis, Corey Denham, and Brianna Taylor
UNCSA Flute Ensemble New music for ensemble including my "Lennon Variations" Directed by Tadeu Coelho Watson Hall, UNCSA, Winston Salem, NC March 22, 2014
"Smoke:" uncsaX @ Krankie's music by myself, Laurent Estoppey, Alex Kotch, and others Krankie's Coffee, Winston Salem, NC General Admission $8, Students $5 March 6, 2014
Nicholas Rich Master's Recital Featuring selected composition from my time at UNCSA Watson Hall, UNCSA, Winston Salem, NC March 1, 2014, 7:30 pm
Greensboro Fringe Festival: Collisions and Conversations A collaboration between COLLAPSS and Brianna Taylor's Confluence Performance Projects Empire Books, Greensboro, NC February 7, 2014 Doors at 7, art at 7:30 Suggested Donation: $5
Greensboro Fringe Festival: The Geometry of Waking Up Alone Choreography by Nicole Ramsay Music by myself and Corey Denham January 30 through February 1, 2014 6 pm, Greensboro Cultural Arts Center
COLLAPSS (Collective for Happy Sounds) #5: Holiday Edition A new interdisciplinary arts ensemble. Featuring music by Jonathan Wall Improvisations by COLLAPSS Empire Books, Greensboro, NC December 20, 2013, 7:00 pm
COLLAPSS (Collective for Happy Sounds) #4 A new interdisciplinary arts ensemble. Featuring music by Tom Johnson, Steven Landis, and others. Empire Books, Greensboro, NC October 4, 2013, 7:00 pm
COLLAPSS (Collective for Happy Sounds) #3 A new interdisciplinary arts ensemble. Featuring music by Isabel Mundry, Nicolas Scherzinger, Chrisitian Marclay, David Biedenbender, and others. Empire Books, Greensboro, NC October 4, 2013, 7:00 pm
Composers in the Hood The year's first concert by the UNCSA Composition Studio "Always Something There to Rewind Me" for solo instrument and computer Laurent Estoppey, saxophone UNCSA Hood Recital Hall September 29, 2013, 2 pm
UNCG New Music Festival 10-year Student Retrospective Concert "Always Something There to Rewind Me" for solo instrument and computer Laurent Estoppey, saxophone UNCG School of Music Organ Hall September 25, 2013, 5:30 pm
Recording Session with the Cassatt Quartet "Songs at Sunset" (2013) Watson Chamber Music Hall, UNCSA April 26, 2013, 4:30-7:30 pm
Trans/Re/Per Form MFA Thesis Concert by Elisa Foshay, choreographer "Imperfect Democracy" for 5 dancers, spoken word, saxophone, and percussion (movement by Elisa, words by Dancers, music by me). March 20/24 at Green Hill Gallery, Greensboro Cultural Center March 27/April 4 at Gatewood Art Studio, UNCG Bree Holstein, Dylan Reddish, Raina Cephas, Maggie Zhao, Emily Redd, dance; Daniel Arocho, saxophone; Corey Denham, percussion
Daniel Arocho, graduate saxophone recital "Imperfect Democracy" Dance by Elisa Foshay, music by me March 29, 2013 Watson Hall, UNCSA
NASA Region VII March 16, 2013 Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN "Flocking" for Saxophone Quartet Neo Quartet (graduate quartet at UNCSA)
Composers in the Hood UNCSA, Hood Hall, Winston-Salem, NC "Flocking" for Saxophone Quartet Neo Quartet (UNCSA Graduate Saxophone Quartet) September 30, 2012, 2:00 pm
June 1: Artistic Resonance Hosted by Elizabeth Kowalski Read about the guest composers here. "Jupiter Flyby III" for solo laptop performer 7:30 pm, Hearst Tower Plaza, Charlotte NC
May 1: GLOrk (Greensboro Laptop Orchestra) The semester's final concert for UNCG's classroom-based laptop ensemble, directed by Dr. Mark Engebretson. (I'm there as a special guest alumn.) "Jupiter Flyby II" for laptop ensemble and electric guitar 4 p.m., UNCG recital hall
April 25: The Trouble with Being Human These Days UNCG music and dance students, providing an hour of electronic preluding to "The Trouble with Being Human These Days," a biography of Zygmunt Bauman. "Jupiter Flyby III" for solo Wii remote performer 7 pm, EUC Lawn, UNCG
March 30, 2012: The Music of Nicholas Rich "Jupiter Flyby II" for electric guitar and laptop ensemble "The Music Box Variations" for piano "Small Mirrors" for two pianos "Cross Stringing" for electric guitar and electronics "Stereotype" for laptop ensemble UNCG School of Music, Theater, and Dance 5:30 pm, room 111
March 29, 2012: Composers Making Noise UNCG Society of Composers Student Chapter New experimental electronic and electro-acoustic works 8 pm, Mack and Mack Clothing Boutique, downtown Greensboro
March 16, 2012: Masterclass with Gerard Schwarz "That Time I Danced with Bigfoot" for string orchestra UNCG School of Music, Theater, and Dance 10 am, room 110
February 28, 2012: G_LEns (Greensboro Laptop Ensemble) Music for 6 laptops and various instruments Pieces by Rich, Wall, Landis, Koenig, and O'Shields with improvised dance by Elisa Foshay UNCG School of Music, Theater, and Dance 7:30 pm, room 110
November 18 and 19, 2011: Prime Movers "Ongoing" by Elisa Foshay Music by Nicholas Rich UNCG Dance Theater More details here.
October 29, 2011: Dance Show at the Depot "Ongoing" by Elisa Foshay Music by Nicholas Rich The Depot, Hillsborough NC Visit the Facebook event page here.
October 22, 2011: Hey, Mozart! Colombia Arrangement of "Melodia Carnavalera" by Maria Romero Auditorio Fabio Lozano, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano Bogota, Colombia. More information here.
September 26-30, 2011. 8th annual UNCG New Music Festival. Noon, music for "Walking Music," outdoor performance on UNCG's historic College Ave. 5:30 pm, "Seven Haiku," SCI Concert (Concert I)
September 24, 2011: A Very Small Consortium. two movements from "7 Haiku" University of Wisconsin, Green Bay. http://www.very-small.org/ Read an article about the performance here.
September 10, 2011: Collage. "Jupiter Flyby II" for electric guitar and 4 motion synthesizers. Aycock Auditorium, UNCG. Hear the concert discussed here on WFDD's "Triad Arts up Close"
September 7, 2011: two movements from "Seven Haiku." Convocation, UNCG School of Music Conducted by Alejandro Rutty
August 26, 2011: "Ongoing" (premier) by Elisa Foshay. Music by Nicholas Rich UNCG Dance Theater.
July 17, 2011: "Improvisation 1.2: Leaf Bellies and Roots." Choreography by Elisa Foshay and Lindsey Drury Music by Nicholas Rich and Ned Emerson, Jr. American Dance Festival, Duke University NC.