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Upcoming Performances in 2014:

October 11:

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

November 1:

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

November 3:

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

November 9:

The Purchase Brass Ensemble presents the world premiere of Grand Imperial Promenade & Whimsy for 13-piece brass ensemble on the Composer's Voice Concert Series in New York City

November 16:

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

December 14:

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

Performances Scheduled for 2015:

April 26, 2015:

The Third Millenium Ensemble performs Summer Suite with trumpeter Chris Gekker in Maryland

2014 Past 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

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.

2012 Performances

January 8:

Dorothy Duncan presented the world premiere of Rollick & Romp for solo clarinet on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York City

January 12:

The Electrum Brass Trio performed Three Cowboys Poolside at the Wascama Rehab Center in Regina, Saskatchewan

January 22:

The Pacifica Chamber Orchestra, Fred Chu conducting, gave the world premiere of Sunshine Music in Everett, Washington

February 7:

Dorothy Duncan performed Rollick & Romp for solo clarinet on a Performers Showcase at the Hoff-Barthelson Music School, Scarsdale, New York

February 19:

The Electrum Brass Trio premiered Black Pool at the Knox Metropolitan United Church, Regina, Saskatchewan

February 25:

The Portland Vocal Consort, Ryan Heller conducting, performed An Open World in Portland, Oregon, on their "Best of the Northwest" program

February 26:

The Portland Vocal Consort repeated their performance of An Open World at Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon

April 8:

Thomas Piercy and Claudine Hickman premiered Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World for clarinet & piano as part of 15 Minutes of Fame on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York City

April 14:

Thomas Piercy and Claudine Hickman performed Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World on the NYsoundCircuit multimedia salon concert series in Midtown New York

April 23:

Trumpeter Ziv Feinberg and the Waller String Quartet performed Red Cherry Lark at Willamette University

May 1:

Trumpeter Adrian Kelly performed Red Cherry Lark in Hong Kong

May 1:

The Van Wyck Junior High School 6th Grade Chorus under Andrea Buergers premiered The Promise of Liberty in Wappingers Falls, New York

May 8:

AppleChor, the Red Apple Elementary School Chorus under Jack Senzig, performed The Promise of Liberty at the Park High School Area Choir Festival in Racine, Wisconsin

May 15:

AppleChor performed The Promise of Liberty at the Red Apple Elementary School in Racine, Wisconsin

May 27:

The Electrum Brass Trio performed Black Pool and Three Cowboys Poolside at the Knox Metropolitan United Church, Regina, Saskatchewan

June 2:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, performed And the Wind in Bellevue, Washington

June 3:

The Cascadian Chorale performed And the Wind in Union, Washington

July 15:

Suzanne Mueller premiered Rollick & Romp for solo cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Westbury, New York

July 22:

Thomas Piercy and Suzanne Mueller premiered Return to Giverny for clarinet and cello at the Old Westbury Gardens, Westbury, New York

July 29:

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

July 29:

The Aeolian Winds of Pittsburgh premiered When Johnny in Pennsylvania

September 9:

Denise Stillwell and Yumi Suehiro gave the world premiere performance of In Seaspray, Barefoot for violin & piano on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York City

September 15:

Mel Downie Robinson and Cecily Kiester sang two scenes from Razumov in concert in Portland, Oregon

October 6:

The 4 Mei Projekt under Pieter Kole performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Groningen, Netherlands

October 6:

The Tabor College Chamber Strings under Daniel Baldwin gave the world premiere of The Far North Land: Passages for String Orchestra in Hillsboro, Kansas

October 12:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) at the inauguration of the new President of Marietta College in Ohio

October 14:

Michael Hernandez and Elizaabeth Ames premiered Summer Suite for soprano saxophone and piano in Clearwater, Florida

October 15:

Michael Hernandez and Elizaabeth Ames performed Summer Suite in Tallahassee, Florida

October 17:

Michael Hernandez and Elizaabeth Ames performed Summer Suite in Valdosta, Georgia

October 26:

Trumpeter Brian Chin performed Summer Suite in Seattle

October 28:

The Electrum Brass Trio performed Black Pool and Three Cowboys Poolside in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

November 2:

The Marietta College Concert Choir, under Daniel Monek, performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Ohio

November 4:

The Hinsdale Chorale, under Michael Oriatti, premiered A Girl Born in Afghanistan in Chicago

November 22:

Daniel Mihai gave three world premieres (Rollick & Romp for solo violin, The Violinist's Field Guide to the Western Tanager, and The Doublestop Minute) in Bucharest, Romania

December 6:

The Gainesville Brass Quintet performed Bartholomew's arrangements of Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Nutcracker March at the Thomas Center in Gainesville, Florida

December 8:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, gave the world premiere of Moon Man in Medina, Washington

December 9:

The Cascadian Chorale, Gary Cannon conducting, performed Moon Man in Kirkland, Washington

December 9:

Denise Stillwell premiered Meet Me in Srinigar on the 15 Minutes of Fame Program in New York City

December 17:

The Quapaw Brass Quintet performed Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy in Little Rock, Arkansas

2011 Performances

February 22:

Webster University Concert Choir gave the Missouri premiere of The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)

March 22:

David Keller & Douglas Johnson recorded the arrangement of Conversation in Orange & Brown for cello & double bass

April 5:

Alex Noppe premiered the arrangement of Summer Suite for trumpet & chamber orchestra
with the University of Louisiana - Monroe Chamber Orchestra under Dr. Jason Rinehart

April 9:

Sarah Grant & Brittney Mulvey gave the world premiere performance of Beneath the Apple Tree for flute & guitar at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario

April 9:

Southwestern University Chorale performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Texas

April 24:

Trumpeter/composer Greg Simon performed Popsicle Rocket Sunrise and Red Cherry Lark in Denver

June 9:

The Jackson Elementary School Choir, under Abigail Ramstad, gave the world premiere of The Promise of Liberty in Everett, Washington

June 11:

The Electrum Brass Trio gave the world premiere of Three Cowboys Poolside in Regina, Saskatchewan

July 9:

The Electrum Brass Trio performed Three Cowboys Poolside at the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers Association Convention in Regina, Saskatchewan

July 16:

The Pink Singers under Murray Hipkin presented the European premiere of To a Locomotive in Winter in London

July 31:

The NY Metropolitan Brass Quintet performed Voyageur Suite on the Composer's Voice concert series in Manhattan

August 10:

Trumpeter James Ackley recorded Summer Suite for an upcoming CD release

September 18:

Leah Tehrani premieres You Cannot Pass the Mother By on the Composer's Voice concert series in Manhattan

October 14:

The Electrum Brass Trio perform Three Cowboys Poolside in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

October 23:

Julian Wachner conducts a Compline Service performance of From Ode 14 of the Odes of Solomon at Trinity Wall Street (NYC)

October 28:

Glass Spider Crawl will be presented as part of Electronics Express at the University of Maryland/Baltimore County

November 5:

The ensemble No Left Notes performs On the Trunks of Strong Trees at the Fresno New Music Festival

December 22:

Quapaw Brass Quintet performs Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy at the Arkansas Children Hospital's Festival of Stars

2010 Performances

January 15 & 16:

The Langroise Trio performed the String Trio for George Crumb in Idaho

March 5:

Matt Swihart performed Summer Suite at the Society of Composers Region 8 Conference in Tacoma

March 8 & 15:

The Spring Wind Quintet presented the Hawaiian premiere of the Second Suite from Razumov

March 11:

The world premiere of Stoke Fleming performed by CCM Chamber Singers in Cincinnati

April 30:

The Adams State College Chamber Choir presented the Colorado premiere of
The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)

October 2:

No! George! No! was part of SoundCrawl: Nashville 2010

October 3:

60x60 Dance included Downtown Atlantis as part of the St. Louis American Arts Festival

October 5:

Tim Altman presented the North Carolina premiere of Summer Suite at UNC-Pembroke

October 11:

James Ackley presented the South Carolina premiere of Summer Suite in Columbia, SC

October 17:

Vento Chiaro presented the New England premiere of the Second Suite from Razumov in Massachusetts

November 18:

The Oregon Wind Quintet presented the Oregon premiere of the Second Suite from Razumov

November 30:

Bryan Appleby-Wineberg premiered part 1 of the arrangement of Summer Suite for trumpet & string orchestra with the Rowan String Ensemble in New Jersey

December 8:

Bryan Appleby-Wineberg performed part 1 of the arrangement of Summer Suite for trumpet & string orchestra with the Rowan String Ensemble in Philadelphia

2009 Performances

February 28:

The Brookline Chorus performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Massachusetts

March 1:

The Morningside Trio performed the First Suite from Razumov in Pittsburgh

March 14:

The Orlando Chorale performed When I Land from Three Gnostic Poems

March 23:

The Mexico City Wind Quintet gave the Latin American premiere of the Second Suite from Razumov

March 30:

Elektra Women's Choir gave A Rainy Day a reading in Vancouver, BC

May 1:

Brian Chin performed the world premiere of the new Summer Suite in Seattle

May 4:

The William & Mary Brass Quintet performed parts 1 & 2 of the Voyageur Suite

May 8:

The Solstice Quintet gave the Washington State premiere of Part 4 of the Second Suite from Razumov

May 17:

The Morningside Trio performed the First Suite from Razumov in Mt. Lebanon, Pa.

May 22 & 23:

Goat Hall Productions presented Two Scenes from Razumov in San Francisco

June 14:

The Tudor Choristers gave the Australian premiere of The Tree in Melbourne

July 6:

Nathaniel Mayfield gave the world premiere of the trumpet & piano arrangement of Summer Suite

July 18:

The Avenue Winds performed the Second Suite from Razumov at the San Francisco Chamber Wind Festival

July 26:

5 for Dinner presented the New York premiere of the Second Suite from Razumov in Manhattan

July 28:

Adrian Kelly performed the Australian premiere of Summer Suite in Perth

Sept. 27:

Jean-Christophe Dobrzelewski performed the New York Premiere of the Summer Suite in Manhattan

Oct. 6::

The Camas Wind Quintet performed the Second Suite from Razumov in Tacoma

Oct. 13:

Nathaniel Mayfield performed the Summer Suite at Texas A&M

Oct. 20:

The Antero Winds presented Part 3 from the Second Suite from Razumov in Boulder, Colorado

Nov. 3:

The Laureate Wind Quintet performed the Second Suite from Razumov in West Virginia

Dec.1:

Quinteto de Viento "Ciudad de Soria" presented the European premiere of Part 4 from the Second Suite from Razumov in Spain

Dec. 12 & 13:

Bella Voce Singers premiered the revised score for A Rainy Day in Brooklyn, NYC

2008 Performances

February 8:

Seattle premiere of the Voyageur Suite and String Trio for George Crumb

March 22:

The world premiere of the Conversation in Orange & Brown (Duet for Tuba & Horn) in Florida

April 18:

The Texas premiere of the Voyageur Suite by the Raven Brass

April 19, 20 & 27
and May 3 & 4
:

The 4 Mei Project presented the European premiere of The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) with five performances in the Netherlands & Germany

April 26 & 27
and May 9
:

Claremont Chamber Choir presents the 26th, 27th & 28th performances of The Tree in California

April 27
and May 4
:

The Bach to the Future ensemble performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)
in Maryland and Delaware

April 29:

Lucky 7 Fanfare world premiere by the Seattle Pacific University Brass Choir

May 11 & 17:

Coriolis presented A Country Boy in Winter and the world premiere of Three Gnostic Poems in Illinois

September 28:

The Composer's Voice concert series presented On the Trunks of Strong Trees
and the world premiere of the trio arrangement of First Suite from Razumov in New York City

October 24 & 25:

Portland Vocal Consort performed The Tree in Portland, Oregon, and Longview, Washington

November 9:

The Morningside Trio performed the First Suite from Razumov in Pittsburgh

November 9 & 16:

The Aeolian Winds of Pittsburgh presented the world premiere of the new Second Suite from Razumov in Pittsburgh and Mt. Lebanon

November 19:

The Georgetown University Concert Choir performed The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)

2007 Performances

Jan 28:

The Ethos Consortium performed The 21st Century in Charlotte, NC

Feb 10:

On the Ground Where We Live premiered at Society of Composers Region 6 Conference

Feb 10 & 11:

Concora presented The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) in Hartford

Feb 15:

Alaska Brass premiered the Voyageur Suite in Anchorage

March 7:

Black Mountain Brass performed the Voyageur Suite in Australia

March 8 & 10:

The Langroise Trio performed the String Trio for George Crumb in Idaho

March 24:

Crescendo performed The Tree in Los Altos, California

Apr 21 & 22:

Menlo Brass presented the Voyageur Suite in California

May 1:

Seattle Pacific University Brass Choir performed the Fanfare for Santa Barbara Harbor

May 11 & 12:

The Chamber Singers of the Oratorio Society of Minnesota presented The Tree

Nov 16:

The Queens College Chorus performed Song of the Mountains at the Aaron Copland School of Music


2006 Performances

Jan. 27:

On the Trunks of Strong Trees previewed at Benaroya Hall

Feb. 15:

Four pieces performed in Seattle concert: Pleasure for the Ear

March 24:

Texas premiere of The 21st Century by Austin Vocal Arts

March 26 & 27:

The Tree performed by Acappellago in Illinois

April 17, 20 & 25:

Octarium performed The Tree in Kansas & Missouri

April 23:

The Southwestern University Chorale performed The 21st Century

June 6:

The 60x60 Project presented No! George! No! on Bainbridge Island

June 11:

Extended version of No! George! No! presented with a film by ForeignAmerican Pictures

July 25:

Fanfare for Santa Barbara performed at Humboldt Brass Chamber Music Workshop

Oct. 5:

Tennessee premiere of The 21st Century by Hixson High School Choir

Nov. 12:

Glacier Bay Brass Quintet presents Fanfare for Santa Barbara Harbor in Bellingham

2005 Performances

January 15:

Suite from Razumov performed in Ashland, Oregon

February 27:

The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) presented at Ball State Univ.

February:

Suite from Razumov recorded by the Kiev Philharmonic

March 5 & 6:

West Coast premiere of The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan)

April 9 & 10:

A Rainy Day performed by Acappellago in Illinois

April 10:

String for George Crumb in concert at The Green Mill in Chicago

May 14 & 15:

The Tree performed by Coriolis in Evanston and Chicago

July 25:

Suite from Razumov released on Masterworks of the New Era CD

August 13:

Australian premiere of From Ode 14 of the Odes of Solomon

August 17:

From the Odes of Solomon released on Mood Shifts CD by Capstone Records

October:

Symphonic Ode No. 1 recorded by the Kiev Philharmonic

October 30:

Beati Quorum Via previewed at Christ Episcopal Church, Seattle

November 5:

No! George! No! presented at Galapagos in Williamsburg, NY

November 7:

On the Trunks of Strong Trees previewed at Cornish

November 27:

Fanfare for Santa Barbara Harbor premiered in Australia

December 1:

The Truman State Univ. Brass Choir performed Fanfare for Santa Barbara Harbor

2004 Performances

January 30:

A Rainy Day premiered by the Arkansas State University Women's Chorus

March 5:

A Country Boy in Winter premiered by the Central Oklahoma University Men's Chorus

April 2 & 3:

The Tree premiered by the American University Chamber Singers

April 25:

From the Odes of Solomon broadcast by NPR

May 6:

Song of the Mountains premiered by Combined Choirs of St. Joseph's School

July 3

String Trio for George Crumb premiered by Third Angle

October 2004:

The American University Chamber Singers took The Tree on tour to Canada and the Eastern United States

2003 Performances

February 8:

The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) premiered by the William & Mary Concert Choir

March 8 & 9:

To a Locomotive in Winter performed by Seattle Pro Musica

May 2:

The 21st Century (A Girl Born in Afghanistan) was performed as a finalist in Briar Cliff University New Choral Music Competition in Sioux City, Iowa

October 21:

The First Suite for Razumov and The Far North Land premiered by the odeonquartet and Sean Osborn

2002 Performances

March 29

Two Scenes from Razumov were performed at the Seattle Composers Salon at Benaroya Hall

June 2

From the Odes of Solomon premiered by the Ars Brunensis Chorus at Brno in the Czech Republic

July 6:

To a Locomotive in Winter premiered by the Oregon Repertory Singers at the Oregon Bach Festival

December 7, 8,
14 & 15:

Leo premiered by The Esoterics



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