Toy Organ Album Press

Very fortunate for recent press on toy organ album, especially for a project I long thought was too personal, too physical, and too emotional. Many thanks to all who helped – especially Michael Hammond, New Amsterdam, & Jill Strominger 🙏🙏

National Sawdust Digital Discovery Festival

Very honored to share a solo performance as part of National Sawdust’s Digital Discovery Festival!

The program consists of 5 songs exploring the creative possibilities of disability. As someone who acquired a disability nearly 20 years ago, it took about 20 years to identify as and embrace disability as an experience to be explored and enjoyed. I’m very grateful to my collaborators for these works – Marco Grosse, Jerron Herman, Maya Smira, Bryce Gildner, and Four/Ten Media, and of course to National Sawdust providing a home for artists seeking their own personal discoveries.

Click here to watch.

Breaking and Entering Album

Very excited to announce my debut full-length album Breaking and Entering, out June 5 on New Amsterdam Records! And very grateful to I Care If You Listen for premiering video for first single “Form and Flee” produced by Four/Ten Media — listen/watch here.

Featuring voice, toy organ, electronics, and more in exploring breaking and entering into a new body and disability. Produced and mixed by Michael Hammond and mastered by Joe Lambert + cover art by Shannon Finnegan and Ashley M. Freeby.

Supported by Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council and residencies worldwide, including Headlands Center for the Arts (California), AIR Niederösterreich (Krems an der Donau, Austria), De Link (Tilburg, Netherlands), The Watermill Center (New York), Villa Sträuli (Winterthur, Switzerland), Embassy of Foreign Artists (Geneva, Switzerland), Swatch Art Peace Hotel (Shanghai, China), and Halcyon Arts Lab (Washington, DC).

Bang on a Can Marathon

Honored to take part in the recent Bang on a Can Marathon, including premiere of new solo percussion piece by David Cossin! Reviews from New York Times here and Financial Times here.

“But far more present was the collective’s progeny: the milky repetitive vibraphone of Molly Joyce’s ‘Purity'”– Zachary Woolfe, New York Times

“virtuoso solos…from percussionist David Cossin, who brought hallucinatory beauty to another premiere, Molly Joyce’s Purity.” – Richard Fairman, Financial Times