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Performances Scheduled for 2016:

July 10:

Suzanne Mueller performs Peregrination for solo cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Old Westbury, New York

July 23:

Trumpeter George Steward will perform Summer Suite with the Octava Chamber Orchestra on their Summer Chamber Music Extravaganza concert in Lynnwood, Washington.

September 18:

The Houston Brass Quintet give the world premiere of Festival Triumph at BridgePoint Church, Houston, Texas.

September 25:

The Thornbury Clarinet Choir perform Thornbury Ramble at St Mary's Church, Thornbury, U.K.

November 18/20:

The Ensemble of Oregon, under Patrick McDonough, will perform An Open World in Portland, Oregon.

Past Performances in 2016:

January 16:

Dr. Ben Fairfield and Chris Steele gave the world premiere of the 2-minute version of Baby Blue Roses for trumpet & piano at the Trumpet Festival of the Southeast, Birmingham, Alabama.

February 12:

Kam Martin, trumpet, and Ariya Tai, piano, performed the 2-minute version of Baby Blue Roses at Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

February 18:

Walker Beard and Joshua Vigran gave the world premiere of the extended 3-minute version of Baby Blue Roses for trumpet & piano at the Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, NY.

February 18:

Tony Park and Joshua Vigran performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World and gave the world premiere of Music for Thomas, both for clarinet & piano, at the Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, NY.

February 20:

Melinda Faylor performed Seabiscuit's Run for solo piano on the Concrete Timber concert series at The Drawing Room, Brooklyn, NY.

February 24:

Liam Parradine gave the world premiere of Chesapeake Gambol on bass trombone as his encore on a free lunchtime recital at St. Botolph's Aldgate in London, U.K.

March 6:

The BrassIER Quintet performed Stargazing from the Ramparts at the Iglesia de San Blas, Valencia, Venezuela.

March 19:

Adam von Housen performed Meet Me in Srinagar for solo violin on the Concrete Timber concert series at The Drawing Room, Brooklyn, NY.

March 23:

The BrassIER Quintet performed Stargazing from the Ramparts at the Cathedral in Valencia, Venezuela.

April 15:

Trompetistas Paver Pacheco, Jasser Parra and Miguel Gómez presented the world premiere of Fanfare for 3 Trumpets at the Museo de Arte de Valencia, Venezuela.

April 17:

Libby Kardontchik gave the world premiere of Radiant Jewel and also performed Seabiscuit's Run, both for solo piano, on the NACUSA-SF concert in San Jose, California.

April 20:

Trumpeter Chase Christensen performed Baby Blue Roses, with Ann Bauer on piano, at the Fine Arts Recital Hall, University of Nebraska at Kearney.

April 23 & 24:

The Choral Arts Ensemble, under David De Lyser, presented And the Wind in two performances at Old Church, 1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, Oregon.

May 7 & 8:

The Acadia Choral Society, under Jamie Hagedorn, performed Stoke Fleming and Song of the Mountains in two performances at St Saviour's Church, Bar Harbor, Maine.

May 28:

Trumpeters John Maurer, Austin Boyer and Buddy Deshler presented the North American premiere of Fanfare for 3 Trumpets at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

June 3:

Stephen Huber Weber and the New Score Chamber Orchestra under Todd Craven gave the world premiere of a new arrangement of In the Language of Meditation for viola & chamber orchestra at the Orlando Repertory Theatre, Florida.

June 4:

The Acadia Choral Society, under Jamie Hagedorn, performed Stoke Fleming and Song of the Mountains at St Andrew Lutheran Church, Ellsworth, Maine.

June 7:

Trumpeter Fábio Neves performed Summer Suite with pianist Dearbhla Brosnan at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin, Ireland.

June 10:

Violist Angel Francisco Ramos Virgen, accompanied by pianist María Eugenia Cosio Hernández, performed Observations from a Rooftop Garden at the Galería Espacio Azúl, Guadalajara, México.

June 20:

Clarinetist Domenico Calia performed In the Language of Meditation at the Cascina Robbiolo Buccinasco, Milan, Italy.

June 22:

Sergio Reyes, clarinet, and Ricardo Melchor, guitar, performed In Seaspray, Barefoot, at the Mexican Embassy Auditorium, Guatemala City.

June 25:

The Menlo Brass Quintet performed Marvel at St Mark's Episcopal Church, 600 Colorado Ave., Palo Alto, California.

July 2:

The Farrelly Ensemble gave the world premiere of Music for Toys & Dreams at the Unbound Flute Festival in Brisbane, Australia.

July 4:

Trumpeter Miguel Ángel del Val Melfi performed Summer Suite and Callejuela de la O on his doctoral recital at the Universidade de Évora, Portugal, accompanied by Dimitri Vinokurov, piano.

Performances in 2015:

January 24:

Adam Pelandini and Michael Refvem gave the world premiere of In the Language of Meditation for alto saxophone & piano at the North American Saxophone Alliance Conference in Bellingham, Washington

January 30:

Nicholaus Tucker gave the world premiere of Peregrination for solo bassoon on the SOOFSER concert series at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City

January 30:

Morrie Sherry, Susan LaFever & Nicholaus Tucker gave the world premiere of Voici le Printemps for clarinet, horn & bassoon on the SOOFSER concert series at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City

January 30:

Metropolitan Brass Quintet performed Voyageur Suite on the SOOFSER concert series at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City

January 30:

Stacey Boal and Wendy Stofer gave the Canadian premiere of In the Language of Meditation for viola & piano at a fundraising concert for Royal Jubilee Hospice at James Bay United Church, Victoria, British Columbia

February 2:

Luca Luciano performed Rollick & Romp at St Michael at the North Gate, Oxford, U.K.

February 5:

Bill Pritchard performed Chesapeake Gambol at Max Noah Recital Hall, Milledgeville, Georgia

February 6:

Nicholaus Tucker performed Peregrination for solo bassoon at the Firehouse Space in New York City

February 20:

Tereasa Payne, Alex Wen & Marc Schmied gave the world premiere of Black Pool for flute, viola & double bass on the SOOFSER concert series at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City

February 21:

Dennis R. Smith and Jamie Kaisershott presented the world premiere of In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & piano at Cantigny Park, Wheaton, Illinois

February 22:

The Ferris State University West Central Chamber Orchestra under Dr. Richard Scott Cohen performed Red Cherry Lark with euphonium soloist Edward K. Mallett & marimba soloist Noah Mallett in Big Rapids, Michigan

March 7:

Omid Assadi and Libby Kardontchik performed In the Language of Meditation for viola & piano on the NACUSA-SF concert in Los Altos, California

March 8:

Lish Lindsey and Markus Kaitila gave the world premiere performance of Canopy for alto flute & piano on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York

March 14:

Luigi Marasca presented the world premiere of Padua Peregrination for solo bass clarinet on the Interensemble 3.0 concert series at the Loggia della Gran Guardia, Padua, Italy

March 21:

Kenyon Wilson performed Chesapeake Gambol on his 15-Minutes-of-Fame program at the Southeast Regional Tuba/Euphonium Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee

March 21:

Stefano Antonello performed Meet Me on the Gran Canal for solo violin at the Loggia della Gran Guardia, Padua, Italy

April 8:

The Raphael Spiro String Quartet performed The Far North Land at Parry Psychiatric Center for Children in Portland, Oregon

April 19:

D. Asa Stern and Libby Kardontchik performed Canopy for alto flute & piano on the NACUSA-SF concert series in San Jose, California

April 25:

The Arundel Vocal Arts Society, under JoAnne Kulesza, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Annapolis, Maryland

April 26:

The Third Millenium Ensemble performed Summer Suite with trumpeter Chris Gekker at River Road Unitarian Church, Bethesda, Maryland

May 11:

Sebastian Gil Armas and the Croatian Army Symphonic Wind Orchestra of Zagreb gave the world premiere performance of In Seaspray, Barefoot for flugelhorn & wind ensemble at the Velika Gorica Brass Festival in Croatia

May 11:

Sebastian Gil Armas performed Summer Suite with the Croatian Army Symphonic Wind Orchestra of Zagreb at the Velika Gorica Brass Festival in Croatia

May 11:

The Mirari Brass Quintet gave a preview performance of Marvel at Columbia High School, Nampa, Idaho

May 18:

The Mirari Brass Quintet gave the world premiere performance of Marvel at Lagerquist Concert Hall at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington

May 21:

Luca Luciano performed Rollick & Romp at Sheffield Cathedral, in Sheffield, United Kingdom

May 21:

Andrew Friedman and Karen Ganz presented the world premiere of In the Language of Meditation for clarinet & piano at Kilworth Memorial Chapel, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington

May 29:

The Raphael Spiro String Quartet performed The Far North Land at Doernbecher Children's Center & at Randall Children's Hospital in Portland, Oregon

June 21:

Chamberlain Brass performed Early Morning on the Water at the International Preschools as part of the Make Music New York festival in New York City

June 24:

Reed & Ivory (Helen Goldsmith and Ben Cockburn) gave the European premiere of In the Language of Meditation for clarinet & piano at the Headingly Enterprise & Art Centre, Leeds, United Kingdom

June 24:

The Raphael Spiro String Qurtet performed The Far North Land at Providence Child Center in Portland, Oregon

June 27:

The Divisa Ensemble performs Black Pool for oboe, violin & cello in Palo Alto, California

July 8:

The Raphael Spiro String Quartet performed The Far North Land at Edwards School & at Providence Child Center in Portland, Oregon

July 10:

The Temporal Brass Quintet performed Stargazing from the Ramparts at the Fine Arts Building in Chicago

July 25:

Matthew C. Weiss & Nathan Jensen gave the Northwest Premiere of In Seaspray, Barefoot for violin & piano on the Octava Chamber Orchestra Summer Chamber Music Extravaganza in Lynnwood, Washington

August 5:

Italian violinist Carmine Marcello Rizzi performed Meet Me in Srinagar at Richmond Uniting Church, 314 Church Street, Richmond, Melbourne, Australia

August 13:

Compass Clarinets performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Quartet at St. Dionysius Church, Market Harborough, U.K.

September 19:

David Lopez performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for tuba & piano in Lubbock, Texas

September 30:

The Raphael Spiro String Quartet performed The Far North Land at Doernbecher Children's Center & at Randall Children's Hospital in Portland, Oregon

October 2:

The Langroise Trio performed the String Trio for George Crumb at the Esther Simplot Performing Arts Academy, Boise, Idaho

October 3:

The Langroise Trio performed the String Trio for George Crumb at the Langroise Recital Hall, Caldwell, Idaho

October 14:

The Temporal Brass Quintet performed Stargazing from the Ramparts at the Second Presbyterian Church in Chicago

October 14:

Johanna Krech, clarinet, and Oliver Portee, piano, performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World at the Sparkasse Oder-Spree, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

October 15:

Joel N. Juan Qui gave the world premiere performance of Seabiscuit's Run for solo piano at the Teatro Angela Peralta in Mazatlan, Mexico

October 16:

Patrick McCulley and Ben Milstein performed In the Language of Meditation for alto saxophone & piano in Portland, Oregon

October 16:

Joel N. Juan Qui performed Seabiscuit's Run for solo piano at the Teatro Pablo de Villavicencio in Culiacan, Mexico

October 21:

The Langroise Trio performed the String Trio for George Crumb in Port Angeles, Washington

October 21:

Downtown Atlantis was presented as part of the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Festival Mix at the Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest, Romania

October 22:

Daniel Mihai performed Meet Me in Srinagar at the National College of Art, Regina Maria, Constanta, Romania

October 23:

The Marietta College Concert Choir performed An Open World at the First Congregational Church, Marietta, Ohio

October 23:

Downtown Atlantis was presented as part of the 60x60 Dance XV Festival in two performances at the Winter Garden, Brookfield Place, New York

October 23:

Downtown Atlantis was presented as part of the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Festival Mix at the Frost School of Music, Coral Gables, Florida

October 24:

An Open World was performed at the Society of Composers Region I Conference in Orono, Maine

October 25:

Joel N. Juan Qui performed Seabiscuit's Run for solo piano at the Sala de conciertos C.I.E. in Los Mochis, Mexico

October 28:

Downtown Atlantis was presented as part of the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Festival Mix at Daniel Recital Hall, Long Beach, California

November 1:

The Raphael Spiro String Quartet performed The Far North Land at the Community Music Center in Portland, Oregon

November 6:

Downtown Atlantis was presented as part of the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Festival Mix at Knapp Performance Space, Denison University, Granville, Ohio

November 7:

Victoria Parr Ehrlich perfromed Diamond Jubilee for solo cello at the Community Music Center, San Francisco, California

November 18:

Compass Clarinets performed The Far North Land for clarinet quartet at Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, UK.

December 5, 6 & 9:

Mélo'Men Choeur d'Hommes performed A Country Boy in Winter at the Temple des Batignolles, Paris, France.

December 19:

Mario Fuertes Plata performed Sailor Birds for solo horn at the Iglesia Parroquial in Villamor de Órbigo, León, Spain.

December 27:

Mario Fuertes Plata presented the world premiere of Chesapeake Gambol for solo horn in Carrizo de la Ribera, León, Spain.

2014 Performances

January 9:

Omar Escobar Gómez gave the world premiere of Summer Suite for trumpet & concert band with la Banda Sinfónica del Conservatorio Superior de Música "Juaquín Rodrigo" directed by Ramón Ramirez Beneyto in Valencia, Spain

January 16:

The Southeastern Chorale, under Stacy Weger, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Tulsa, Oklahoma

January 18:

Susan LaFever presented the world premiere of Sailor Birds for solo French horn in Eastchester, New York

January 19:

Thomas Piercy and Yusuke Satoh performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World In Tokyo

January 26:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar in Amsterdam

January 27:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar in Antwerp

January 30:

The Deubner-Fauchet Duo presented the world premiere of In the Language of Meditation at Occidental College, Los Angeles

January 30:

Bill Stoneham and Timothy Noon gave the premiere performance of the new arrangement for trumpet & organ of Summer Suite at St. Peter's Cathedral, Hamilton, New Zealand

January 31:

Bill Stoneham and Timothy Noon performed Summer Suite at St. Luke's Church, Rotorua, New Zealand

February 1:

Bill Stoneham and Timothy Noon performed Summer Suite at Wesley Methodist Church, Tauranga, New Zealand

February 2:

Bill Stoneham and Timothy Noon performed Summer Suite at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand

February 25 & 26:

Bill Stoneham performed Summer Suite with the FraNZ String Quartet at the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival in New Zealand

April 5:

Return to Giverny was performed by Ralph Coleman and Sonja Schoeppel at the historic Carling Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida, in the Finals of the Boathouse Cello Choir Composition Contest

April 15:

Micah Hodges performed Popsicle Rocket Sunrise at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia

April 27:

The Fine Arts Chorale performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan at the First United Methodist Church, Lawrence, Kansas

May 3:

The Esoterics performed The Tree at Lincoln Performance Hall (PSU) in Portland, Oregon

May 3:

The Fine Arts Chorale performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan at the Southminster Presbyterian Church, Prairie Village, Kansas

May 4:

The Thornbury Clarinet Choir performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Choir at the Cardiff Clarinet Convention in the U.K.

May 5:

Micah Hodges performed Popsicle Rocket Sunrise and Still Life with Melon & Sand accompanied by Amy Robertson at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia

May 9:

The Esoterics performed The Tree at St Stephen's Episcopal Church, Seattle

May 10:

The Esoterics performed The Tree at Grace Episcopal Church, Bainbridge Island

May 11:

The Esoterics performed The Tree at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, West Seattle

May 23:

Benjamin Mulholland and Kristina Gannon presented the world premiere of Conversation in Orange & Brown for two horns at the German Society of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia

June 27:

Ben Vokits presented the world premiere of Chesapeake Gambol for solo tuba and Colin Stokes presented the world premiere of Diamond Jubilee for solo cello on the SOOFSER concert series at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City

June 28:

The Sorella String Quartet performed The Far North Land: Passages for String Quartet at Foothills Congregational Church, Los Altos, California

June 29:

The Nautilus Brass Quintet gave the world premiere of Stargazing from the Ramparts at the Jan Hus Church in New York on the Vox Novus Composer's Voice Concert Series

June 29:

The Far North Land: Passages for Six Violas received its world premiere performance by an ensemble of high school students at the concluding concert of the Max Aronoff Viola Institute Summer Festival at Bastyr University Chapel, Kenmore, Washington

July 16:

The Vocal Ensemble Fantazia of Koltsovo, Novosibirsk, Russia, won a Silver Medal at the World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia, for their performance of A Rainy Day

July 27:

Suzanne Mueller gave the world premieres of both Peregrination and Chesapeake Gambol for solo cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Old Westbury, New York

August 13:

The audio collage Glass Spider was presented as part of the PARMA Music Festival in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

August 26:

Luca Luciano presented Rollick & Romp at St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, London

September 14:

Lish Lindsey performed The Flutist's Field Guide to the Western Tanager at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

September 21:

Suzanne Mueller and Pamela Sklar performed Beneath the Apple Tree for flute and cello at the Manhasset Public Library, Manhasset, New York

September 24:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar at Twickel Castle, Delden, Netherlands

September 27:

The Octava Chamber Orchestra performed Sunshine Music at Maple Park Church, Lynnwood, Washington

September 27:

Peregrination for solo baritone saxophone was premiered by Steve Johnson on a program presented by a-very-small-consortium in Green Bay, Wisconsin

September 28:

Ben Vokits and Andrew Pak presented the world premiere of In Seaspray, Barefoot for tuba & piano on the Composer's Voice Concert Series in New York City

October 4:

The Thornbury Clarinet Choir premiered Thornbury Ramble at Thornbury Baptist Church, Gillingstool, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, U.K.

October 5:

Lucia Conrad, Marissa Winship and Diane Chaplin performed the String Trio for George Crumb on the Celebration Works Concert Series at the First Presbyterian Church of Portland, Oregon

October 11:

The Thornbury Clarinet Choir performed Thornbury Ramble at Thornbury United Reform Church, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, U.K.

October 20:

The Inland Brass Project gave the world premiere of Early Morning on the Water at Kobacker Hall, Bowling Green State University, Ohio

November 1:

The First Suite from Razumov was performed at Foothills Congregational Church, Los Altos, California

November 3:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar at the Tbilisi Wind Festival in Georgia

November 9:

The Purchase Brass Ensemble presented the world premiere of Grand Imperial Promenade & Whimsy on the Composer's Voice Concert Series in New York City

November 16:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar at the Schokland Museum in the Netherlands

December 7:

The Purchase Brass Ensemble performed Grand Imperial Promenade & Whimsy at SUNY-Purchase College, Purchase, New York

December 13:

The Denver Pops Orchestra opened their "Sleigh Bell" concerts with Fanfare for Santa Barbara Harbor at Historic Grant Avenue, Denver

December 14:

The Mid America Freedom Band gave the world premiere of The Far North Land: Passages for Wind Ensemble at the J.C. Nichols Auditorium, National World War I Museum, Kansas City, Missouri

2013 Performances

February 23:

The revised chamber orchestra version of Summer Suite was premiered at the 2013 Tutti New Music Festival in Granville, Ohio, with Mark Alan Wade on trumpet and Andrew Strietelmeier conducting.

February 23:

Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World and In Seaspray, Barefoot were performed in Palo Alto, California

February 24:

Andrea DiOrio performed Rollick & Romp in a MAVerick Ensemble concert at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago

March 8:

The Lyon College Concert Chorale, under Michael Oriatti, performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan in West Memphis, Arkansas

March 9:

The Far North Land was performed by the Sarpsborg Ungdomsorkester, a youth orchestra in Sarpsborg, Norway

March 9:

The Lyon College Concert Chorale, under Michael Oriatti, performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Memphis, Tennessee

March 10:

The Lyon College Concert Chorale, under Michael Oriatti, performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Wynne, Arkansas

March 10:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, presented And the Wind at the Museum of Flight, Seattle

March 16:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, presented Three Gnostic Poems in Medina, Washington

March 16:

Acappellago, Dennis Smith conducting, performed A Rainy Day in Oak Brook, Illinois

March 17:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, presented Three Gnostic Poems in Kirkland, Washington

March 17:

Acappellago, Dennis Smith conducting, performed A Rainy Day in Naperville, Illinois

March 17:

The Third Millenium Ensemble performed the First Suite from Razumov in Bethesda, Maryland

March 17:

Jackson Heights received its world premiere in Portland, Oregon

April 2:

The SATB arrangement of The Promise of Liberty received its world premiere performance at the Case High School Area Choir Festival, in Racine, Wisconsin, conducted by Elizabeth Steege

April 4:

The SATB arrangement of The Promise of Liberty was performed at the Case High School Area Choir Festival, in Racine, Wisconsin, conducted by Elizabeth Steege

April 6:

The Portland Vocal Consort, Ryan Heller conducting, presented Song of the Mountains in Portland, Oregon, on their "Best of the Northwest" program

April 6:

Michael Oriatti premiered the solo voice arrangement of A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Little Rock, Arkansas, accompanied by violinist Rachel Herman and pianist Sarah Fairbanks Weston

April 7:

The Millersville University Choir, Mark Boyle conducting, gave the Pennsylvania premiere of The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)

April 11:

The Lyon College Concert Chorale, under Michael Oriatti, performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Batesville, Arkansas

April 13:

The Hinsdale Chorale performed A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Western Springs, Illinois

April 28:

Thomas Piercy and Suzanne Mueller performed Return to Giverny for clarinet and cello on the Composer's Voice concert series, New York

May 2:

AppleChor, the Red Apple Elementary School Chorus under Jack Senzig, premiered We Are the Dust of Stars at the Horlick Area Choir Festival in Racine, Wisconsin

May 2:

The mixed choir arrangement of The Promise of Liberty was performed at the Horlick Area Choir Festival in Racine, Wisconsin

May 9:

AppleChor, the Red Apple Elementary School Chorus under Jack Senzig, gave two performances of We Are the Dust of Stars in Racine, Wisconsin

May 16:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) at St Paul's Cathedral, London, U.K.

May 18:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) at Stratford Methodist Church, Stratford-on-Avon, U.K.

May 18:

Thomas Piercy and Mika Tanaka performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World at the Queens New Music Festival, New York City

May 19:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) at St Lawrence, York, U.K.

May 19:

Ben Vokits, Burt Mason and Emily Wong presented the USA premiere of Black Pool and Three Cowboys Poolside on the Composer's Voice Concert Series in New York City

May 20:

The Patel Conservatory Youth Orchestra performed the revised score of Sunshine Music in Tampa, Florida

May 21:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) at St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, U.K.

May 25:

An Open World and The Tree were performed on the NACUSA-SF Choral Concert in Los Altos, California

May 26:

An Open World and The Tree were performed on the NACUSA-SF Choral Concert in San Jose, California

June 1:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Medina, Washington

June 1:

AppleChor, the Red Apple Elementary School Chorus under Jack Senzig, performed We Are the Dust of Stars at the Choral Festival for Our Musical Life in Racine, Wisconsin

June 2:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Duvall, Washington

June 2:

Thomas Piercy and Mika Tanaka performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World at the Spectrum, New York City

July 5:

The Livas Quartet performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Choir at the Bristol Centre for Music and the Arts in the U.K.

July 7:

Suzanne Mueller and Sandy Tepper presented Return to Giverny for clarinet and cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Westbury, New York

July 13:

Quand J'etais Chez Mon Pere was performed on The Cutting Edge Brass concert at Colchester, U.K.

July 14:

Suzanne Mueller and Pamela Sklar performed Beneath the Apple Tree for flute and cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Westbury, New York

July 28:

Suzanne Mueller performed Rollick & Romp for solo cello on a CD release concert at the Old Westbury Gardens, Westbury, New York

August 18:

The London Consorts of Winds presented the world premiere of the "bandstand" arrangement of In Seaspray, Barefoot, on the bandstand at Clapham Commons, London

August 23:

The International Low Brass Trio performed Black Pool, in Novato, California

September 19:

The Livas Quartet performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Choir at Colston Hall, Bristol, U.K.

September 28:

The Dionysus Clarinet Quartet performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Quartet at the Spring Street Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY

September 29:

Lish Lindsey gave the world premiere performance of The Flutist's Field Guide to the Western Tanager on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York

October 3:

Kim Trolier and Ovidiu Marinescu performed Beneath the Apple Tree at West Chester University, Pennsylvania

October 10:

Northeastern State University Singers, under Jeff Wall, performed The Tree in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

October 12:

The Fervid Hokey Poke received its world premiere performance at Seattle Sings!, the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium Choral Festival

October 15:

Kim Trolier and Ovidiu Marinescu performed Beneath the Apple Tree at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York

October 25:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias presented the world premiere of In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar in Amsterdam

October 26:

The Dionysus Clarinet Quartet performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Quartet in Saratoga Springs, NY

October 26:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar in Utrecht

November 1:

The Heritage Singers, under Tim Knight, performed Beati Quorum Via at St Peter's Church in Leuven, Belgium

November 8:

Suzanne Mueller and Sandy Tepper presented Return to Giverny at the South Country Library, Long Island, New York

November 19:

The Southeastern Chorale, under Stacy Weger, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Durant, Oklahoma

December 8:

Levan Tskhadadze and Izhar Elias performed In Seaspray, Barefoot for clarinet & guitar in Rotterdam

December 9:

Ward Yager performed Summer Suite for trumpet with piano & string quartet at Gildenhorn Recital Hall, College Park, Maryland

December 14:

The Thornbury Clarinet Choir performed The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Choir at Cossham Hall, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, U.K.

December 15:

Bill Stoneham and Rachael Griffiths-Hughes Gave a preview performance of the new arrangement for trumpet & organ of Popsicle Rocket Sunrise from Summer Suite at St Peter's Cathedral, Hamilton, New Zealand

December 15:

The DC's Different Drummers Clarinet Choir gave the North American premiere of The Far North Land: Passages for Clarinet Choir at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, Washington, D.C.


 


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