Press and publications

Academic Publications

Gil Dori, Arcos: Composing and Performing Real-Time Graphic Notation Based on Gesture Data, Peimot Journal for Music and Culture, Issue 5, pp. 93-109, Tel Aviv University, 2022. (Hebrew)

Gil Dori, Using Gesture Data to Generate Real-Time Graphic Notation: a Case Study, International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation, 2020.

Jean-Francois Charles, Gil Dori, and Joseph Norman, Sonic Print: Timbre Classification with Live Training for Musical Application, Joint Conference on AI Music Creativity, 2020.

Petrified, featured in the textbook America’s Musical Landscape (8th edition) by Jean Ferris. Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2018.

“by my death…”, cited in the chapter Ancient Symbols, Modern Meanings The Use of the Shofar in Twentieth-and Twenty-First-Century Music by Malcolm Miller, in Qol Tamid: The Shofar in Ritual, History, and Culture, edited by Jonathan L. Friedmann and Joel Gereboff. Claremont Press, 2017.

Gil Dori, “by my death…”, doctoral dissertation, Arizona State University, 2016.

Analysis of Seven Moments, in A Recording and Commissioning Project Aimed at Developing New Repertoire for Pre-College and Early-College Saxophonists Focused on the Early Applications of Extended Techniques, a dissertation by Christopher Charbonneau. May, 2015.


Guest on Assembling Inclusion podcast. October 2022.

Guest on DiscoverABILITY, Felixstowe Radio, Felixstowe, England. February 2022.

resplandece el sol de mediodía premier, interview with pianist Maria Ivanovich for RTV Vilafranca (video). September 27, 2018 (Catalan).

resplandece el sol de mediodía premier, COR ARTIS concert at L’Auditori de Vilafranca. September 13, 2018 (Catalan).

Petrified premier, interview with percussionist Joseph Millea. March 1, 2016.

Interview for the MUSLAB 2015 Festival in Mexico City. February 9, 2016.

Live performance with LORKAS on Fox 10 News. January 1, 2016.

Interview for Downtown Phoenix Journal. May 11, 2014.