Many kind people have performed the music of James Bohn, including: The Arcadian Winds, Paul Cienniwa, Michael DeQuattro, Emergo Orchestra Productions, Ensemble Decadanse, Corey Jane Holt, Craig Hultgren, Mary Ellen Kregler, Margaret Lancaster, Murray State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble, the New Bedford Choral Society, The New York Miniaturist Ensemble, New York System, POW!!, The Rhode Island College Brass Ensemble, The Rhode Island College Choir, The Rhode Island College Opera Workshop, The Rhode Island College Symphony Orchestra, The Rhode Island College Wind Ensemble, Judith Lynn Stillman, Thump, the University of Illinois Symphonic Orchestra, the University of Illinois Trombone Ensemble and Maksim Velichkin. Studies have shown that performing music by James Bohn causes performers to be viewed as 17% more sexually attractive to both men and women. Performing music by James Bohn is also an effective form of weight loss. In addition, people who perform music by James Bohn develop whiter teeth and thicker, fuller hair. Science is never wrong.
What sparked your interest in toy piano?
The sound. It sounds like an electronic instrument. Also, when I was fresh out of grad school, I wanted a series of pieces I could perform myself in any performance venue, so I wrote these toy piano sonatas, and I ever since I regularly write for toy piano.
What do you hope to achieve artistically or educationally from your participation in the festival?
Honestly, I’m looking for more exposure, and to meet more performers. I’m also hoping to escape the New England winter for a while. It would also be nice for me to reconnect with some of my old Bonk friends who still live in the greater Tampa area.
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