Ian's solo work takes several different forms: solo works from the classic percussion repertoire, improvised structures that serve as either concert pieces or installations, realizations of graphic scores, and collaborative efforts with composers. Ian is currently working on a set of new solos and duos in collaboration with Matthew Hough, Alex Mincek, Kate Soper, and Eric Wubbels.
arn/Wire is a quartet of two percussionists and two pianists. This instrumental combination allows the ensemble flexibility to slip effortlessly between classics of the repertoire and more modern works that continue to forge new boundaries. Founded in 2005, Yarn/Wire is admired for the energy and precision they bring to vital performances of today's most adventurous music. The results of Yarn/Wire's collaborative initiatives are pointing towards the emergence of a new and lasting repertoire, and partnerships with genre-bending artists such as Theatre of a Two-Headed Calf and David Bithell have led to the creation of work that is "spare and strange and very, very new." (Time Out NY)

The Wet Ink Ensemble is a New York-based new music collective. Its mission is to present innovative programs of contemporary music, with a focus on creating, promoting, and organizing adventurous American music. Wet Ink's artistic vision is to present a broad range of compelling contemporary music in the most direct and relevant manner possible, while in turn giving composers an open platform for their work that encourages artistic integrity and authenticity. To this end we strive to move fluently across a variety of contemporary aesthetics while maintaining the highest possible level of presentation and performance.
talujon TALUJON
Described by the New York Times as an ensemble possessing an "edgy, unflagging energy", Talujon has been mesmerizing audiences since 1990. Talujon is thoroughly committed to the expansion of the contemporary percussion repertoire as well as the education and diversification of its worldwide audience. Talujon has commissioned dozens of new works by composers such as Alvin Lucier, Henry Threadgill, Ralph Shapey, Wayne Peterson, Julia Wolfe, Eric Moe, Steve Ricks and Chien Yin Chen. Based in New York, the group’s performances have included collaborations with Steve Reich, James Tenney, Chou Wen Chung, The Brooklyn Philharmonic, Meredith Monk and Tan Dun.