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1993-2000 Concerts

1999

February
Violin Concerto (World Premiere)
Yale Philharmonia

March
Eleven Delaware Exits Between Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania
Gemini Duo (Boston, MA)

April
Songs on Texts by John Stone (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

April
Eleven Delaware Exits Between Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania
Gemini Duo (New Haven, CT)

April
Outside the Cave (carillon) (World Premiere)
Paul Fadoul (New Haven, CT)

June
Eleven Delaware Exits Between Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania
Gemini Duo (Norfolk Music Festival)

August
Two Songs for soprano & piano (World Premiere)
Atlantic Center for the Arts

November 4
The Complete Works of Shakespeare (World Premiere)
Duo Chiaroscuro and Jennifer Grim, (New York, NY)

November 4
Eleven Delaware Exits Between Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania
Gemini Duo (New York, NY)

December 1
Duet for clarinet and guitar
Corning Community College

December 5
Duet for clarinet and guitar
Ithaca College

1998

February
Telemusic (World Premiere)
Yale Percussion Group

April
Against The Grain (World Premiere)
Yale Philharmonia

April
Duet for violin and guitar (World Premiere)
Yale Guitar Chamber Music Showcase

April
Duet for clarinet and guitar (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

May
Duet for clarinet and guitar
Yale School of Music

May
Julia Rigby (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

May 28
Duet for clarinet and guitar
Live on WPKN Radio (Bridgeport, CT)

May 30
Durham (Triangle Quartet) (World Premiere)
Flux String Quartet (American Festival of Microtonal Music, New York, NY)

July
Julia Rigby
Bowdoin Music Festival

August
E Uno Plures (World Premiere)
Bowdoin Music Festival

November 6
E Uno Plures
Elm City Ensemble (New York, NY)

November 14
E Uno Plures
Elm City Ensemble (New Haven, CT)

November
Six Strings and a Really Big Horn (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

November
Six Strings and a Really Big Horn
New Haven, CT

1997

April
Two Biblical Love Songs (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

April
Two Biblical Love Songs
New Haven’s Joseph Slifka Center

April
Alaap and Alembic (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

June
Beating Time (World Premiere)
Conductor’s Institute of South Carolina

September
Beating Time
New Music New Haven

1996

February 2
Lolita (World Premiere)
University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Thomas Sleeper, conductor; Mark Hart, baritone

November
The Mostly True Story of Professor Leon and Me (World Premiere)
New Music New Haven

December
Dissent in the Cosmos (World Premiere)
Cosmos String Quartet (Yale School of Music)

1995

February
Woodwind Quintet No. 2
 (World Premiere)
Vienna Musikhochschule

October
Big Gulp (World Premiere)
University of Miami

November 17
Just Music Makes Me Lose My Temper (World Premiere)
and
Big Gulp
University of Miami

November 21
Nachshon Removes His Sandals (World Premiere)
Three To Get Ready
Anthem of Majestic, Ohio
For at Least Eight Keyboards
 (World Premiere)
Just Music Makes Me Lose My Temper

University of Miami

1994

April
Goodbyes for tenor, soprano, and piano (World Premiere)
University of Miami

April
Prelude and Fugue for woodwind quartet
Other Music Ensemble

April
Three Tales for timpani (World Premiere)
Kim Diaz (Miami, FL)

May
Fantasy and Phase for violin and piano (World Premiere)
University of Miami

July
Three To Get Ready (World Premiere)
Conductor’s Institute of South Carolina

1993

February
Piano Quintet (World Premiere)
Other Music Ensemble

March
For Solo Flute (World Premiere)
Maiko Suzuki (Miami, FL)

April
Prelude and Fugue (World Premiere)
Other Music Ensemble

December
Anthem of Majestic, Ohio (World Premiere)
University of Miami Symphony Orchestra

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2001 Concerts

January 29
stars, cars, bars
Paul Fadoul (New York, NY)

February 10
Smelting Solid Gold (World Premiere)
Yesaroun’ Duo (Parksville, NY

February 17
Smelting Solid Gold
Yesaroun’ Duo (Brookline, MA)

February 29
Smelting Solid Gold
Yesaroun’ Duo (New York, NY)

March 23
Kicking and Screaming (World Premiere)
Dogs of Desire Orchestra (NY State Museum, Albany, NY)

May 11
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
3-Orm (AM747 Radio, The Hague, The Netherlands)

May 24
Her Quick Blood Runs Dancing (World Premiere)
Tottenville High School Orchestra and Chorus (Staten Island, NY)

May 31
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
3-Orm (Haagse Kunstkring, The Hague, The Netherlands)

July-August (13 performances)
Incidental Music for Coriolanus
Shakespeare & Co. (Lenox, MA)

October 12
Troubles Enough (World Premiere)
Synchronicity (Old First Church, San Francisco, CA)

October 13
Troubles Enough
Synchronicity (Occidental Community Church, Occidental, CA)

October 24
Minimum Security Trailer (World Premiere)
eighth blackbird (Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH)

October 30
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)

November 3
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY)

November 5
Rondo of Sorts (World Premiere)
Kylix New Music Ensemble (Indiana University)

November 7
Rondo of Sorts
Kylix New Music Ensemble (Roulette, New York, NY)

November 8
Rondo of Sorts
Kylix New Music Ensemble (Boston Conservatory)

November 11
Troubles Enough
Synchronicity (Merkin Hall, New York, NY)

November 16
Rondo of Sorts
Kylix New Music Ensemble (Cincinnati, OH)

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2002 Concerts

January 11
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Zellerbach Theatre at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA)

January 14
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, New York City)

January 19
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Mandell Hall at University of Chicago, Chicago, IL)

January 22 – 28
Centro Musica
Residency in Modena and Venice, Italy
Lectures and performances of Minimum Security music

January 24
Those Mean Reds (European Premiere)
Centro Musica di Modena (Modena, Italy)

January 26
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Northwestern University, Evanston, IL)

January 28
Those Mean Reds (U.S. Premiere)
counter)inductionBlair McMillen, piano (Concerts at Trinity Church, New York, NY)

January 31
Sturm
Outreach discussion and excerpt performance
Amelia Piano Trio (La Jolla Jewish Community Center)

February 1
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Rinker Playhouse, West Palm Beach, FL)

February 3
Sturm (World Premiere)
Amelia Piano Trio (La Jolla (CA) Chamber Music Society)

February 4
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL)

February 9
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC)

February 15
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC)

February 16
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (North Carolina School for the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC)

February 21
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT)

February 26
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA)

March 1
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of Vermont, Burlington, VT)

March 3
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of Maine, Orono, ME)

March 5
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Alice Tully Hall, New York, NY)

March 10
Sturm
Amelia Piano Trio (Piano Plus Series at the Riverhead Free Library, Riverhead, NY)

April 2
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of Idaho, Moscow, ID)

April 5
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Herbst Theater, San Francisco, CA)

April 7
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Coleman Chamber Concerts, Pasadena, CA)

April 13
Strawberry Fields Continued
Odd Appetite (The Cutting Room, New York, NY)

April 27
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Music in the Loft, Chicago, IL)

May 17
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Lawrence University, Appleton, WI)

June 28
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Norfolk Summer Music Fesival, Norfolk, CT)

September 28
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY)

October 1
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY)

October 21
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Clemson University, Clemson, SC)

October 22
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN)

October 30
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL)

October 31
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN)

November 16
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Amherst College in Amherst, MA)

December 6
Minimum Security Trailer
eighth blackbird (Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, OH)

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2003 Concerts

In Another Man’s Skin
January 9: eighth blackbird (Pick-Staiger Concert Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL) (World Premiere)
January 24: eighth blackbird (Zellerbach Theatre at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA)
January 29: eighth blackbird (The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC)
January 31: eighth blackbird (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY)
February 7: Minimum Security Ensemble (Trinity Lutheran Church in New Haven, CT)
February 14: eighth blackbird (Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA)
February 16: eighth blackbird (Mandel Hall, the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL)
March 5: eighth blackbird (University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT)
April 9: eighth blackbird (University of California in Riverside, CA)
April 11: eighth blackbird (University of California in Los Angeles, CA)
April 13: eighth blackbird (Friends of Chamber Music in Portland, OR)
May 9: eighth blackbird (Ventura Chamber Music Festival in Ventura, CA)

Quick Blood
January 14: Battery Four (Hotel Dupont Ballroom, Wilmington, DE) (World Premiere)
January 19: Battery Four (Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, DE)
November 19: Juilliard Percussion Ensemble (Alice Tully Hall, New York, NY)
December 6: Battery Four (Milagros, Tivoli, NY)

Quick Blood Interlude
January 23: Pinckneyville Middle School String Orchestra (Georgia Music Educators’ Association Southern Division Conference, Savannah, GA)

Sturm
February 7: Amelia Piano Trio (Trinity Lutheran Church in New Haven, CT)
February 23: Amelia Piano Trio (Coleman Concerts, Pasadena, CA)

I love my love with a v from Red Herring
July 19: Amy Sue Barston (Greg Rolnick and Mary-Jo Lipman’s wedding, Chicago, IL)
November 23: Amy Sue Barston (Druid Hills United Methodist Church, Atlanta, GA)

I echo you, we are repeated
June 21: Gay Gotham Chorus (Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew in New York, NY) (World Premiere)

Korczak’s Orphans Act II (workshop performance)
May 22: Real Time Opera (live radio performance, Lebanon, NH)
May 23: Real Time Opera at Lebanon Opera House (Lebanon, NH)

Those Mean Reds
February 7: Blair McMillen, piano (Trinity Lutheran Church in New Haven, CT)

String Quartet No. 2 (Peterborough)
February 7: Minimum Security Ensemble (Trinity Lutheran Church in New Haven, CT).
Nurit Pacht and Sarah Kim, violins • Junah Chung, viola • Amy Sue Barston, cello

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2004 Concerts

I echo you, we are repeated for twelve saxophones
December 1: The Crane School of Music Saxophone Ensemble, Timothy McAllister, director (Potsdam, NY) (World Premiere)

Just a Minute, Chopin for saxophone quartet
November 19: Prism Saxophone Quartet (Symphony Space, New York, NY) (World Premiere)
November 20: Prism Saxophone Quartet (Trinity Center for Urban Life, Philadelphia, PA)

Korczak’s Orphans, Act II for seven singers and orchestra [More about Korczak’s Orphans]
May 26: New York City Opera VOX 2004: Showcasing American Composers at Symphony Space (New York, NY). This work was funded in part by the Composer Assistance Program of the American Music Center.

Quick Blood for percussion quartet
April 12: Rutgers Percussion Studio (Rutgers University, Douglass, NJ)
November 17: Fulcrum (San Diego, CA) John Flood, director.
November 23: Fulcrum (San Diego, CA) John Flood, director.

Red Herring for unaccompanied cello
April 20: Amy Sue Barston, cello (Makor, New York, NY) (World Premiere)
June 20: Amy Sue Barston, cello (Pomona College in Claremont, CA)
August 5: Amy Sue Barston, cello (Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA
October 9: Amy Sue Barston, cello (Tersteegen Haus in Cologne, Germany) (German Premiere)

Ricochet for clarinet, viola, and piano
June 5: Strata (Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC) (World Premiere)

Stars, cars, bars for marimbist/speaker
March 3: John Dewhurst (Sydney Conservatorium, Sydney, Australia) (Australian Premiere)
March 10: John Dewhurst (Tap Gallery, East Sydney, Australia)March 11: John Dewhurst (Tap Gallery, East Sydney, Australia)
September 24: Samuel Z. Solomon (The Cutting Room, New York, NY). This performance was part of the SAY WHAT? concert series, presented by Andrew Russo and Music Journeys, Inc.

Three Fell Swoops for tenor sax, percussion, guitar, and piano
March 5: Flexible Music (Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland, OH) (World Premiere)
November 14: Flexible Music (Tenri Cultural Institute, New York, NY) (New York Premiere)

Wind Up for orchestra
May 26: Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra (Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY) (World Premiere)
This work was funded in part by the Composer Assistance Program of the American Music Center

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2005 Concerts

A.W.O.L. (Le Colonel des Zouaves) for men’s chorus and actor
November 5: Performed by Choeur d’Hommes (Jonathan Babcock, conductor) with In Parentheses Theater Co. (CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY)
November 8-27: Performed by Choeur d’Hommes (Jonathan Babcock, conductor) with In Parentheses Theater Co. (59 East 59 Theaters, New York, NY)

Brundibar and In The Night Kitchen (free demonstration performances) for octet and singers
January 28: Performed by Relâche (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)
January 29: Performed by Relâche (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)
January 30: Performed by Relâche (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)

Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
July 3: Performed by the Corigliano String Quartet (Chicago Suzuki Institute opening concert, Deerfield, IL) (Premiere of “Sophie’s Set”)
August 19: Performed by the Corigliano String Quartet (Canandaigua Lake Chamber Music Festival, Canandaigua, NY) (World Premiere)

Korczak’s Orphans, Prologue and Scene 1 [More about Korczak’s Orphans] opera scenes
March 23: Performed by the Minimum Security Ensemble (Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY)

Nocturnes and Reveries for solo piano
January 5: Performed by Lara Downes, piano (Mondavi Center Studio Theater at University of California, Davis) (open rehearsal)
March 14: Performed by Sara Okamoto, piano (City University of New York: City College)
May 25: Performed by Lara Downes, piano (Mondavi Center Studio Theater at University of California, Davis)

Quick Blood for percussion quartet
October 3: Performed by the Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble (Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA). Samuel Solomon, director.

Red Herring for solo cello
February 11: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (New York Musicians for Tsunami Relief, New York, NY)
March 24: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY)
April 29: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Canandaigua Lake Chamber Music Festival, Canandaigua, NY)
April 30: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Canandaigua Lake Chamber Music Festival, Canandaigua, NY)
June 26: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Pomona College, Claremont, CA)
July 19: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Ford Hall at Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY)

Ricochet for clarinet, viola and piano
September 18: Contemporary Music Forum (The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC). David Jones, clarinet; James Stern, viola; Audrey Andrist, piano

There comes my heart (solo cello version)
September 17: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello at the wedding of Catherine Borden and Gabriel Murphy (Santa Cruz, CA)
October 13: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello in a benefit for Temple Emanu-El, Westfield, NJ
October 23: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello in a recital with pianist Melody Fader (New Rochelle, NY)
November 20: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (Music Institute of Chicago, Wannteka, IL)
December 3: Performed by Amy Sue Barston, cello (School for Strings, New York, NY)

There comes my heart (arr. for cello choir)
September 4: Performed at the wedding of Adam B. Silverman and Amy Sue Barston (Magnolia Hall, Atlanta, GA). Cello choir performers: Wendy Warner, Elinor Frey, Pam Devenport, Rebecca Merblum, Elliott Cheney, and Carey Cheney

Three Fell Swoops for tenor saxophone, percussion, guitar and pianoMarch 6: Performed by the Glass Farm Ensemble (Tenri Cultural Institute, New York, NY)

To Become An Islander for soprano and pianoMarch 23: Performed by Amelia Watkins and Jonathan Yates (Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY) (World Premiere)

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2006 Concerts

The Complete Works of Shakespeare for flute, clarinet and piano
September 12: Performed by the University Trio at the University of Tennessee (Martin, TN)

Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
February 11: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Del Valle Fine Arts (Livermore, CA)
March 3: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Ravinia “Rising Stars” series (Chicago, IL)
July 3: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)
July 9: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at the Rocky Ridge Music Center (Estes Park, CO)
August 12: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Bargemusic (Brooklyn, NY)
August 13: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Bargemusic (Brooklyn, NY)
October 6: Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at the Garth Newel Music Center (Warm Springs, VA)

In Another Man’s Skin for mixed sextet
February 17: Performed by Great Noise at The Sumner School and Museum (Washington, DC)
February 24: Performed by Great Noise at Shenandoah University (Winchester, VA)

Nocturnes and Reveries for solo piano
June 17Performed by pianist Lara Downes at Phillips Winery (Esparto, CA)
June 18Performed by pianist Lara Downes at Phillips Winery (Esparto, CA)

Peterborough Elegy for string orchestra
December 9: Performed by the Camerata Notturna (Jonathan Yates, conductor) at Good Shepherd Church (New York, NY)

Ricochet for clarinet, viola and piano
October 14Performed by the American Modern Ensemble at the Tenri Cultural Institute (New York, NY)

Stars, cars, bars for speaking marimbist
May 2: Performed by marimbist Daniel Pate (Amherst, MA)

There comes my heart for solo cello
February 19: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Loma Linda Academy (Loma Linda, CA)
April 30: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston (Central Valley, NY)
June 8: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at The Sound Encounters Music Festival (Ottawa, KS)
June 19: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Intermountain Suzuki String Institute (Salt Lake City, UT)
June 20: Performed by cellist Rebecca Siegel at a wedding (Denver, CO)
July 3: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)
November 12: Performed by cellist Barbara Wampner at Christ Church, Lutheran (San Francisco, CA)
December 10: Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston (New York, NY)

Three Fell Swoops for tenor saxophone, percussion, guitar and piano
February 6: Performed by Flexible Music at William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ)
March 18: Performed by Flexible Music at The Construction Company (New York, NY)

The Violinist Plays Alone for solo violin
March 12: Performed by violinist Lina Bahn at The Phillips Collection (Washington, DC)
April 10: Performed by violinist Lina Bahn at The University of Louisiana (Lafayette, LA)
December 7: Performed by violinist Lina Bahn on Grand Valley State University’s “Free Play” Series (Allendale, MI)

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2007 Concerts

January 6
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at The University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

January 12
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the New Zealand Summer Music Festival (Rotorua, New Zealand)

February 15
Nocturnes and Reveries for solo piano
Performed by Carl Cranmer at West Chester University’s Performing Arts Center (West Chester, PA)

February 24
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Twin Cities Winter Music Festival (Minneapolis, MN)

February 27
Korczak’s Orphans, Act III, Scene 1 opera excerpt.
Performed by the Opera Company of Brooklyn
(Salon performance, New York, NY) [more about Korczak’s Orphans]

March 4
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Lucy Moses School of Music (New York, NY)

March 25 at 5:00 PM
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston on HVG Sundays at Five Concert Series (New York, NY)

March 29 at 7:00 PM
Night Washes Over the Mind for soprano and piano (World Premiere)
Performed by In Young Lee and Carl Cranmer at West Chester University’s Phillips Autograph Library (West Chester, PA)

April 15
The Violinist Plays Alone for solo violin
Performed by Lina Bahn on “The Moth” (The Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U Street NW, Washington, DC)

April 22
Korczak’s Orphans, Prologue and Acts I and II opera excerpt.
Performed by the Opera Company of Brooklyn (St. Teresa’s Church, 141 Henry Street in lower Manhattan. F Train to East Broadway at Rutgers. New York, NY)
[more about Korczak’s Orphans]

April 29
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet (Waveny Concerts, New Canaan, CT)

May 2
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at CUNY Graduate Center (New York, NY)

May 12
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by Liz Benusis (Rapid City, SD)

May 26
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by Amy Thomson (Sydney, Australia)

July 1
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 16
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 17
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 23
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Marrowstone Summer Music (Bellingham, WA)

July 23
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 26
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Marrowstone Summer Music (Bellingham, WA)

August 2
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

August 16
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

August 17
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet on radio WXXI 91.5 (Rocheser, NY)

August 21 at 10:30 am
Duo Vert for viola and cello (Children’s concert preview)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at Wood Library (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

August 22 at 6:00 pm
Duo Vert for viola and cello (“Classical Blue Jeans” preview)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at South Bristol Cultural Center (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

August 24 at 8:00 pm
Duo Vert for viola and cello (World Premiere)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at Zion Fellowship (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

October 25
Nocturnes and Reveries for piano
Performed by Audrey Andrist at Loyola College (Baltimore, MD)

November 29
An all-Silverman concert in preparation for a recording session
Sturm for piano trio
Nocturnes and Reveries 
for piano
Performed by Amy Sue Barston with Strata at New York School for Strings (New York, NY)

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2007 Concerts

January 6
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at The University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

January 12
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the New Zealand Summer Music Festival (Rotorua, New Zealand)

February 15
Nocturnes and Reveries for solo piano
Performed by Carl Cranmer at West Chester University’s Performing Arts Center (West Chester, PA)

February 24
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Twin Cities Winter Music Festival (Minneapolis, MN)

February 27
Korczak’s Orphans, Act III, Scene 1 opera excerpt.
Performed by the Opera Company of Brooklyn
(Salon performance, New York, NY) [more about Korczak’s Orphans]

March 4
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Lucy Moses School of Music (New York, NY)

March 25 at 5:00 PM
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston on HVG Sundays at Five Concert Series (New York, NY)

March 29 at 7:00 PM
Night Washes Over the Mind for soprano and piano (World Premiere)
Performed by In Young Lee and Carl Cranmer at West Chester University’s Phillips Autograph Library (West Chester, PA)

April 15
The Violinist Plays Alone for solo violin
Performed by Lina Bahn on “The Moth” (The Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U Street NW, Washington, DC)

April 22
Korczak’s Orphans, Prologue and Acts I and II opera excerpt.
Performed by the Opera Company of Brooklyn (St. Teresa’s Church, 141 Henry Street in lower Manhattan. F Train to East Broadway at Rutgers. New York, NY)
[more about Korczak’s Orphans]

April 29
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet (Waveny Concerts, New Canaan, CT)

May 2
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at CUNY Graduate Center (New York, NY)

May 12
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by Liz Benusis (Rapid City, SD)

May 26
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by Amy Thomson (Sydney, Australia)

July 1
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 16
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 17
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 23
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Marrowstone Summer Music (Bellingham, WA)

July 23
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

July 26
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Marrowstone Summer Music (Bellingham, WA)

August 2
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

August 16
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

August 17
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet on radio WXXI 91.5 (Rocheser, NY)

August 21 at 10:30 am
Duo Vert for viola and cello (Children’s concert preview)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at Wood Library (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

August 22 at 6:00 pm
Duo Vert for viola and cello (“Classical Blue Jeans” preview)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at South Bristol Cultural Center (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

August 24 at 8:00 pm
Duo Vert for viola and cello (World Premiere)
Performed by the Canandaigua Chamber Music Festival directors Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at Zion Fellowship (Canandaigua, NY). This commission was sponsored by The Commission Project.

October 25
Nocturnes and Reveries for piano
Performed by Audrey Andrist at Loyola College (Baltimore, MD)

November 29
An all-Silverman concert in preparation for a recording session
Sturm for piano trio
Nocturnes and Reveries 
for piano
Performed by Amy Sue Barston with Strata at New York School for Strings (New York, NY)

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2008 Concerts

January 19
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at the Wilmington Music School (Wilmington, DE)

January 30
McAllister’s Ceilidh for soprano saxophone and piano (World Premiere)
Performed by Timothy McAllsiter and Tannis Gibson at the University of Arizona’s Crowder Hall (Tucson, AZ)

February 24
Duo Vert for viola and cello
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
for flute, clarinet and piano
Performed by Musique à la Mode at “Music on the Bowery” in St. Mark’s Church (New York, NY)

April 2
I echo you, we are repeated for twelve saxophones
Performed by the West Chester University Saxophone Ensemble (Gregory Riley, director) at West Chester University Gates Recital Hall (West Chester, PA)

April 7
I echo you, we are repeated for twelve saxophones
Performed by the West Chester University Saxophone Ensemble (Gregory Riley, director) at West Chester University Adler Theater (West Chester, PA)

Saturday, May 3 at 7:00 pm
Korczak’s Orphans
Semi-staged piano/vocal workshop of the complete opera
Performed by the Opera Company of Brooklyn at Stephen Wise Synagogue (New York, NY)
[more about Korczak’s Orphans]

May 22
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at University of Washington (Seattle, WA)

May 31
Spark in the Shoe for electric mixed octet (World Premiere)
Performed by Fireworks at Symphony Space (New York, NY)

July 19
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Winchester Gardens (Maplewood, NJ)

August 8
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Lake Quartet at Lake Yellowstone Hotel (Mammoth, WY)

October 10
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn on “Performance Friday” at the University of Colorado (Boulder, CO)

October 20
Nocturnes and Revieries for piano
Performed by Audrey Andrist (Verge Ensemble) at Cleveland State University (Cleveland, OH)

October 30
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
for flute, clarinet and piano
Duo Vert
for viola and cello
Performed by Musique à la Mode at West Chester University Gates Recital Hall (West Chester, PA)

November 7
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now for piano trio [World Premiere]
Performed by Gabe Bolkosky, Amy Sue Barston and Aaron Wunsch at the Atlanta Suzuki Workshop (Atlanta, GA)

November 22
Korczak’s Orphans Act I, Scene 1
Performed by Georgia State University Opera (Atlanta, GA), directed by David Grabarkewitz.
[more about Korczak’s Orphans]

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2009 Concerts

January 10
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now (cello & piano version)
There comes my heart for solo cello
Performed by Amy Sue Barston at The Rapid City Fall Music Workshop (Rapid City, SD)

January
In Another Man’s Skin
Performed by Apex Ensemble at the Boston Art Museum (Boston, MA)

January 28
Variation on “Darling I’m Indeed Useless To You”
Performed by Kai Schumacher at Folkwang-Hochschule (Essen, Germany)

February 17
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn at Yong Siew Toh Conservatory (Singapore)

March 26
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

March 31
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn at University of Colorado (Boulder, CO)

April 1
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn at The University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI)

April 3
There comes my heart
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston at The University of Wisconsin (Blacksburg, VA)

April 19
Quick Blood
Performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (Tallahassee, FL)

May 29
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Classicopia at the Hanover Community Center (Hanover, NH)

May 30
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Classicopia at Damon Hall (Hartland, VT)

May 31
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Classicopia at the Norwich VT Congregational Church (Norwich, VT)

June 16
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston at Sound Encounters (Ottawa, KS)

June 20
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (premiere of string trio version)
Performed by Jesse Mills, Max Mandel and Amy Sue Barston at Riverspace (Nyack, NY)

June 23
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (premiere of cello choir version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston at the National Cello Institute (Pomona, CA)

July 1
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (cello & piano version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and David Dunford at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 4
There Comes My Heart
 (perfomed en masse by cello ensemble)
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now (cello & piano version, perfomed en masse by cello ensemble)
Performed at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

August 12
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now (cello & piano version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Laura Kennedy at Seattle PAcific University (Seattle, WA)

September 5
There Comes My Heart

Performed by Maury Cohn (Galesburg, IL)

October 2
Listening to the Moonlight
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Daniel Weiser (Grafton, VT)

October 5
The Violinist Plays Alone
Performed by Lina Bahn at The University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT)

October 26
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble, Scott Herring, director (Columbia, SC)

October 29
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

November 6
Quick Blood
Performed by the Boston University Percussion Ensemble, Samuel Z. Solomon, director (Boston, MA)

November 7
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now (cello & piano version)
Performed by Amy Sue Barston at the Bermuda Schol of Music (Hamilton, Bermuda)

December 13
The Heart and The Hand (World Premiere)
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute at Trail Mix Concerts (Woodstock, NY)

December 27
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now(cello & piano version)
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Olga Vinokur at Fountain Square Recital Hall (Philadelphia, PA)

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2010 Concerts

March 20, 3:00 PM
Act 1, Scene 3 from Korczak’s Orphans
Performed by The Atlanta Young Singers of Callanwolde, Paige Mathis, director (Atlanta, GA)

March 20, 8:00 PM
Act 1, Scene 3 from Korczak’s Orphans
Performed by The Atlanta Young Singers of Callanwolde, Paige Mathis, director (Atlanta, GA)

March 21
Repercussion (World Premiere)
Performed by James Charrette at Boston Conservatory (Boston, MA)

March 21
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at the University of Dayton (Dayton, OH)

March 22
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Chamber Music Yellow Springs (Dayton, OH)

March 23
Gasoline Rainbow (Recording Session)
Performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (Tallahassee, FL)

April 3
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Corigliano Quartet at Cornish University (Seattle, WA)

April 20
The Heart and the Hand (Recording Session)
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Evan Solomon, produced by Judith Sherman (The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY)

April 24
Quick Blood
Performed by the Lee University Percussion Ensemble (Cleveland, TN)

April 29
The Five of the Five
Performed by Adam Silverman with Someone and the Somebodys (Fennario’s Cafe, West Chester, PA)

July 7
There Comes My Heart
Performed by cellist Hanna Rumora The Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 7
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist David Dunford at The Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 9
Grinding Teeth (World Premiere)
Performed by The Chicago Suzuki Institute Advanced Cello Choir (Chicago, IL)

July 18
Take It Queasy, Greasy (World Premiere)
Performed by The Cheney Cello Trio at Gore Bay Museum (Gore Bay, Ontario)

August 22
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Jonathan Yates at Canandaigua Lake Music Festival (Canandaigua, NY)

September 2
I love my love with a v
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Barge Music (Brooklyn, NY)

September 3
I love my love with a v
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Barge Music (Brooklyn, NY)

September 3
Variation on “Darling, I’m Indeed Useless To You”
Performed by pianist Kai Schumacher at Casino der Volksbank (Kaiserslautern, Germany)

September 4
I love my love with a v
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Barge Music (Brooklyn, NY)

September 5
I love my love with a v
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Barge Music (Brooklyn, NY)

September 16
Mio amato, mio signore
Performed by the orchestra and finalists of the Concorso “Magda Olivero” vocal competition (Saluzzo, Italy)

September 18
Take It Queasy, Greasy
Performed by The Cheney Cello Trio at The University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT)

October 15
There Comes My Heart
Performed by Thea Shelley at Wentworth Falls (New South Wales, Australia)

October 25
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

October 29
Mio amato, mio signore
Performed by Kathryn Krasovec and David Hughes at the Center for Italian Studies at The University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)

October 31
Quick Blood
Performed by The Central Arkansas University Percussion Quartet (Blake Tyson, director) at Central Arkansas University (Conway, AR)

November 2
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of Texas Percussion Ensemble at the University of Texas (Austin, TX)

November 6
Quick Blood and Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by The DePaul Percussion Ensemble (Michael Kozakis, director) at DePaul University (Chicago, IL)

November 11
Quick Blood
Performed by The Colorado State University Percussion Ensemble (Eric Hollenbeck, director) at the Percussive Arts Society International Conference (PASIC) “New Percussion Literature” session (Indianapolis, IN)

November 12
Griselda e il marchese di Saluzzo
Performed by International Opera Theater (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)

November 13
Griselda e il marchese di Saluzzo
Performed by International Opera Theater (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)

November 14
Griselda e il marchese di Saluzzo
Performed by International Opera Theater (Prince Theater, Philadelphia, PA)

November 14
In Another Man’s Skin
Performed by Ensemble 20+ at DePaul University (Chicago, IL)

November 30
Quick Blood
Performed by The Central Arkansas University Percussion Quartet (Blake Tyson, director) at Central Arkansas University (Conway, AR)

December 9
Quick Blood
Performed by The Central Arkansas University Percussion Quartet (Blake Tyson, director) at Central Arkansas University (Conway, AR)

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2011 Concerts

January 28
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble, Scott Herring, director (North Carolina)

January 29
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble, Scott Herring, director (North Carolina)

February 12
Stars, cars, bars
performed by Laurel Black at Boston Conservatory (Boston, MA)

March 5
stars, cars, bars
performed by Laurel Black at Boston Conservatory (Boston, MA)

March 9
Quick Blood
Performed by the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble, Ralph Sorrentino, director (San José, Costa Rica)

March 29
Stars, cars, bars
Performed by percussionist Cory Hills at the University of Kansas (Lawrence, Kansas)

April 3
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of Kentucky Percussion Ensemble, Jim Campbell, director (Lexington, KY)

April 3
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Ieva Jokubaviciute at Temple Sinai (Atlanta, GA)

April 17
Hard Knocks
Performed by the West Chester Symphony Orchestra, Ovidiu Marinescu, conductor (West Chester, PA)

April 21
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble, Ralph Sorrentino, director (West Chester, PA)

April 28
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Navah Perlman (The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA)

May 19
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Daniel Weiser (Classicopia, Hanover, NH)

May 20
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Daniel Weiser (Classicopia, Hanover, NH)

May 21
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Amy Sue Barston and Daniel Weiser (Classicopia, Norwich, VT)

May 28
Just A Minute, Chopin
Performed by Prism Saxophone Quartet (World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA) — CD release concert!

May 31
Just A Minute, Chopin
Performed by Prism Saxophone Quartet (The Stone, New York, NY) — CD release concert!

June 9
There Comes My Heart

Performed by Vivian Deng (New York, NY)

June 26
Take It Queasy, Greasy
Performed The Cheney Cello Trio at the National Cello Institute (Claremont, CA)

July 4
Take It Queasy, Greasy
performed by Elliott and Carey Cheney with Linc Smelzer at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Chicago, IL)

July 7
Stars, cars, bars
performed by Laurel Black at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival (Appleton, WI)

August 5
Griselda e il Marchese di Saluzzo
performed by International Opera Theater (Teatro Comunale, Pieve, Italy)

August 6
Griselda e il Marchese di Saluzzo
performed by International Opera Theater (Teatro Comunale, Pieve, Italy)

August 7
Griselda e il Marchese di Saluzzo
performed by International Opera Theater (Teatro Comunale, Pieve, Italy)

August 9
Griselda e il Marchese di Saluzzo
performed by International Opera Theater (Saluzzo, Italy)

August 11
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (edition for cello ensemble)
Performed by The Advanced Suzuki Institute of Stanford University (Oakland, CA)

September 19
There Comes My Heart

Performed by Matthew Lee-Tolley at The Hamilton Madison House City Hall Senior Center (New York, NY)

October 24
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by The University of North Texas Percussion Group (Mark Ford, director) at The University of North Texas (Denton, TX)

November 4
Naked And On Fire (World Premiere)
performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

November 6
Naked And On Fire
performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Alpharetta High School (Atlanta, GA)

November 7
Naked And On Fire
performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Tennessee Tech University (Cooksville, TN)

November 8
Naked And On Fire
performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Ballard High School (Louisville, KY)

November 9
Gasoline Rainbow
performed by UAB Percussion Ensemble (Gene Fambrough, director) at the University of Alabama, Birmingham (Birmingham, AB)

November 10
Naked And On Fire
performed by The Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at PASIC 2011 (Indianapolis, IN)

November 21
Naked And On Fire
performed by The Moores School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Houston, TX)

November 13
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
 (edition for cello ensemble)
Performed by The Suzuki Music School of Dominican University (San Rafael, CA)

December 1
Capriccio
performed by The University of Utah Cello Trio (Salt Lake City, UT)

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2012 Concerts

February 7
Strawberry Fields Continued
Performed by Sonic Generator at Woodruff Arts Center (Atlanta, GA)

February 13
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the University of Houston Percussion Ensemble (Blake Wilkins, director) at The Moores School of Music (Houston, TX)

March 14
Just A Minute, Chopin
Performed by The Presidio Saxophone Quartet at the North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial National Conference (Phoenix, AZ)

March 21
Capriccio
Performed by The Cheney Cello Trio at the Cedros International Festival (Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City, Mexico)

March 25
Wail
Performed by the West Chester University Trombone Ensemble, Haim Avitsur, director (West Chester, PA) — World Premiere

April 10
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The Auburn University Percussion Ensemble; Doug Rosener, director (Auburn, AL)

April 12
Gasoline Rainbow
by The Auburn University Percussion Studio at Opelika Performing Arts Center (Auburn, AL)

May 5
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
Performed by the NIU CSA Suzuki Strings Orchestra at Northern Illinois University (Dekalb, IL)

June 30
There Comes My Heart
Performed by cellist Suzanne Hughes (Brasstown, NC)

July 6
Regret (World Premiere)
Performed by the Chicago Suzuki Institute Cello Choir at Trinity International University (Chicago, IL)

August 8
Capriccio
Performed by the Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute Faculty Cellists at Seattle Pacific University (Seattle, WA)

October 18
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The Auburn University Percussion Ensemble; Doug Rosener, director at the Auburn Arena (Auburn, AL)

October 25
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble; Scott Herring, director, at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

October 26
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of Central Florida Percussion Ensemble; Thad Anderson, director (Orlando, FL)

November 1
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble; Scott Herring, director, at the Percussive Arts Society International Conference “PASIC” (Austin, TX)

November 3
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
Performed by the Trillium Ensemble at Saint Maurice Church (Pittsburgh, PA)

November 4
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
Performed by the Trillium Ensemble at Frick Fine Arts Auditorium of University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)

November 12
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Indiana University Percussion Ensemble; Kevin Bobo, director (Bloomington, IN)

November 15
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of North Carolina Percussion Ensemble; Kris Keeton, director (Greensboro, NC

November 19
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Southern Utah University Percussion Ensemble; Lynn Vartan, director; at Southern Utah University (Cedar City, UT)

November 27
Naked And On Fire
Quick Blood
Performed by The Auburn University Percussion Ensemble; Doug Rosener, director (Auburn, AL)

November 29
Alternating Current – concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble
Performed by Timothy McAllister with the West Chester University Wind Ensemble; Andrew Yozviak, conductor (West Chester, PA) — World Premiere

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2013 Concerts

January 13
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Brent Runnels at Temple Sinai (Atlanta, GA)

March 1
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Weigel Hall Auditorium (Columbus, OH)

March 7
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Carl Cranmer at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

March 12
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of Minnesota, Duluth Graduate Percussion Ensemble; Gene Koshinski, director at the University of Minnesota (Duluth, MN)

March 13
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Frontier High School (Hamburg, NY)

March 14
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Springfield Central High School (Springfield, MA)

March 14
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Millbury Junior/Senior High School (Millbury, MA)

March 15
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at The Avedis Zildjian Co. (Norwell, MA)

March 21
Naked And On Fire
Performed by SUCO Percussion Ensemble (Julie Licata, director) at SUNY Oneonta (Oneonta, NY)

April 8
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Ohio State University (Columbus, OH)

April 12
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Brigham Young University Percussion Ensemble; Ron Brough, director (Provo, UT)

April 24
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of Minnesota, Duluth Graduate Percussion Ensemble; Gene Koshinski, director at the University of Minnesota (Duluth, MN)

May 1
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble; Keith Aleo, director (Boston, MA)

May 2
Naked and On Fire – European Premiere
Performed by the University of Minnesota, Duluth Percussion Ensemble; Gene Koshinski, director at the Tapages Percussion Festival (Lyon, France)

May 17
Flop Turn River – World Premiere
Performed by the cellists of the Music Institute of Chicago (Chicago, IL)

June 2
There Comes My Heart
Performed by the Advanced Cellists of the Fairbanks Suzuki Institute (Fairbanks, AK)

June 25
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist David Dunford at The National Cello Institute (Pomona, CA)

July 3
Capriccio
Performed by the Cheney Cello Trio at the Chicago Suzuki Institue (Chicago, IL)

July 12
Naked and On Fire
Performed at the Chosen Vale Percussion Seminar (Hanover, NH)

August 1 at 2:30 pm
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Andrew Hauze at Stapely Home (Germantown, PA)

August 1 at 7:30 pm
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston and pianist Andrew Hauze at the Kimberton Music Festival (Kimberton, PA)

October 4
Duo Vert
Performed by the Anaphora Ensemble at University Of Wisconsin (Oshkosh, WI)

October 7
Duo Vert
Performed by the Anaphora Ensemble live on WFMT Radio (Chicago, IL)

October 22
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Troy University (Troy, AL)

October 28
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Susan Powell and Joseph Krygier, directors) at Weigel Hall Auditorium (Columbus, OH)

October 29
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble — World Premiere
Performed by marimbist Scott Herring with the University of South Carolina Wind Ensemble (Scott Weiss, conductor) (Columbia, SC)

October 29
Quick Blood
Performed by the Lee University Percussion Ensemble (Andy Harnsberger, director) at Lee University (Cleveland, TN)

November 8
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of Central Florida Percussion Ensemble; Thad Anderson, director (Orlando, FL)

November 10
Naked and On Fire
Performed by Ensemble Knox (Andrew Bliss, director) at University of Tennessee (Knoxville, TN)

November 10
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Zin Quartet at the Ohio Theater and Events Center (Toledo, OH)

November 10
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

November 12
Quick Blood
Performed by the Radford University Percussion Ensemble (Robert Sanderl, director) at Radnor University (Radford, VA)

November 21
I echo you, we are repeated
Performed by the Northwestern University Saxophone Ensemble (Timothy McAllister, director) at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL)

November 22
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dave Hall with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Wind Ensemble (Tony Falcone, conductor) at the Nebraska Music Educators Association conference (Lincoln, NE)

November 25
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble; Brian Zator, director (Commerce, TX)

November 25
Quick Blood
Performed by the Moores School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Blake Wilkins, director) at the Moores Oepra House at the University of Houston (Houston, TX)

November 26
Quick Blood
Performed by the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble; Ralph Sorrentino, director (West Chester, PA)

December 4
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dave Hall with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Wind Ensemble (Tony Falcone, conductor) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln, NE)

December 5
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Arizona State University Percussion Ensemble (J. B. Smith, director) (Tempe, AZ)

December 7
Duo Vert
Performed by the MATI Ensemble (Solomiya Ivahkiv, director) at The Ukrainian Institute of America (New York, NY)

 

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2014 Concerts

January 26
Duo Vert
Performed by Ayane Kozasa and Christine Lamprea at The Abramson Center for Jewish Life  (North Wales, PA)

February 1
Quick Blood
Performed by the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble; Ralph Sorrentino, director at the McCormick Marimba Festival (Tampa, FL)

February 3
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble (Brian Zator, director) at Texas A&M University (Commerce, TX)

February 3
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at West Johnston High School (Benson, NC)

February 3
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at Greene Central High School (Snow Hill, NC)

February 4
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at Cape Fear High School (Fayetteville, NC)

February 4
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) at South Florence High School (Florence, SC)

February 12
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble (Brian Zator, director) at the Texas Music Educators Conference (San Antonio, TX)

February 14
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble (Brian Zator, director) at Texas Music Educators Conference (San Antonio, TX)

February 24
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble (Brian Zator, director) at Texas A&M University-Commerce (Commerce, TX)

March 25
Quick Blood
Performed by the Eastman Chamber Percussion Ensemble (Michael Burritt, director) at The Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY)

April 3
Nocturnes and Reveries
Performed by pianist Alex Marthaler at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

April 5
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and piano
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

April 6
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
Performed by cellist Ari Freed at Merkin Hall (New York, NY)

April 7
Quick Blood
Performed by the Temple Percussion Ensemble (Phillip R. O’Banion, director) at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

April 10
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Ronald Brough with the Brigham Young University Wind Ensemble (Donald Peterson, conductor) (Provo, UT)

April 12
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Brigham Young University Percussion Ensemble (Ronald Brough, director) (Provo, UT)

April 13
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Lassiter High School (Marietta, GA)

April 13
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Zin Quartet at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church (Perrysburg, OH)

April 13
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion with the Lancaster All Star High School Percussion Ensemble at Millersville University (Millersville, PA)

April 14
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Houston County High School (Warner Robins, GA)

April 14
Quick Blood and Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Lee University Percussion Ensemble (Andy Harnsberger, director) at Lee University (Cleveland, TN)

April 15
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Smiths Station High School (Smiths Station, GA)

April 16
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Lowndes County High School (Valdosta, GA)

April 22
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Percussion Ensemble (Dave Hall and Tony Falcone, directors) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln, NE)

April 24
Quick Blood
Performed by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble (Brian Zator, director) at Texas A&M University (Commerce, TX)

April 26
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion with the Lancaster All Star High School Percussion Ensemble on the Percussive Arts Society Day of Percussion at Millersville University (Millersville, PA)

April 26
Quick Blood
Performed by the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble; Ralph Sorrentino, director at the Percussive Arts Society Day of Percussion (Lancaster, PA)

April 26
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Elaine Kreston and Leon Bates at Four Seasons Arts (San Francisco, CA)

May 1
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion with the Temple University Wind Symphony (Emily Threinen, conductor) (Philadelphia, PA)

May
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Lawrence North Percussion Ensemble (Nathan Bushey, director) (Indianapolis, IN)

June 30
The Hedgehog’s Dilemma — edition for piano trio — Preview performance
Performed by Elisa BarstonAmy Sue Barston and David Dunford at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Bannockburn. IL)

July 18
The Hedgehog’s Dilemma — edition for piano trio — Preview performance
Performed by Elisa BarstonAmy Sue Barston and Audrey Andrist at the Canandaigua Lake Music Festival (Canandaigua, NY)

September 5
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
Performed by the Tetra String Quartet at Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)

September 22
Lightning Round
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion at Messiah College (Mechanicsburg, PA)

September 25
Lightning Round
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

October 3
There Comes My Heart
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston at Temple Emanu-El (New York, NY)

October 10
In Another Man’s Skin
Performed by TURNmusic at the Green Mountain Club (Waterbury Center, VT)

October 11
In Another Man’s Skin
Performed by TURNmusic at Arts Riot (Burlington, VT)

October 11
The Hedgehog’s Dilemma — double concerto for violin, cello and orchestra — World Premiere
Performed by Elisa Barston and Amy Sue Barston with the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra (Linc Smelser, conductor) (Dekalb, IL)

October 19
Quick Blood and Sparklefrog (World Premiere)
Performed by the Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

October 21
stars, cars, bars
Performed by Laurel Black at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Knoxville, TN)

November 3
Quick Blood and Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director) at University of South Alabama (Mobile, AL)

November 4
Quick Blood and Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director) at University of South Alabama (Mobile, AL)

November 4
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of Texas at San Antonio Percussion Ensemble (Sherry Rubins and Graeme Francis, directors) (San Antonio, TX)

November 6
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Thad Anderson with the University of Central Florida Wind Ensemble (Scott Tobias, conductor) (Orlando, FL)

November 20
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director) at PASIC (Indianapolis, IN)

December 7
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Phillip R. O’Banion with the West Chester University Wind Ensemble (Andrew Yozviak, conductor) (West Chester, PA)

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2015 Concerts

February 5
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Rio Bravo Percussion Ensemble (Tom Nevill, director) at the University of Texas (Brownsville, TX)

February 14
Alien Robots Unite! (World Premiere)
Performed by The University of South Carolina Symphonic Winds (Jayme Taylor, conductor) at the University of South Carolina Koger Center (Columbia, SC)

February 14
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Rio Bravo Percussion Ensemble (Tom Nevill, director) at the Texas Music Educators’ Convention (Brownsville, TX)

February 20
Naked And On Fire and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Thompson High School (Alabaster, AL)

February 21
Naked And On Fire and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) on the Alabama Percussive Arts Society Day of Percussion at the University of Alabama (Huntsville, AL)

February 22
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Indiana University Percussion Ensemble (John Tafoya and Kevin Bobo, directors) at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN)

February 24
Naked And On Fire and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Troy University (Troy, AL)

February 26
Naked And On Fire 
and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Lowndes High School (Valdosta, GA)

February 28
The Collide Contemporary Music Festival, University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL)
Quick Blood and Gasoline Rainbow performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director)
Naked And On Fire and Sparklefrog performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director)
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink performed by the University of Central Florida Percussion Ensemble (with Thad Anderson, marimba)

March 1
Naked And On Fire 
and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Jacksonville University (Jacksonville, FL)

March 2
Naked And On Fire 
and Sparklefrog
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Niceville High School (Niceville, FL)

March 23
stars, cars, bars
Performed by marimbist Elizabeth Soflin at The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)

April 7
Sparklefrog
Performed by the UNCG Percussion Ensemble (Eric Willie, director) at The University of North Carolina (Greensboro, NC)

April 8
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Central Arkansas Percussion Ensemble (Blake Tyson, director) at The University of Central Arkansas (Conway, AR)

April 10
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Missouri Percussion Ensemble (Megan Arns and Julia Gaines, directors) at The University of Missouri (Coumbia, MO)

April 15
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the University of North Texas Percussion Ensemnble (Mark Ford, director) (Denton, TX)

April 18
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Scott Herring with the Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble (Annie Stevens, director) (Blacksburg, VA)

April 20
Hard Knocks — world premiere performance of arrangement for wind ensemble
Performed by the Florida State University Wind Orchestra (Richard Clary, conductor) (Tallahassee, FL)

April 27
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Matthew Witten with the Rowan University Percussion Ensemble (Dean Witten, director) (Glassboro, NJ)

April 27
Sparklefrog
Performed by The University of North Alabama Percussion Group (Tracy Wiggins, director) (Florence, AL)

April 30
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble (Samuel Solomon and Keith Aleo, directors) (Boston, MA)

May 3
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Matthew Witten with the Rowan University Wind Ensemble (Bruce Yurko, conductor) (Glassboro, NJ)

May 6
Sparklefrog
Performed by The University of Minnesota Duluth Percussion Ensemble (Gene Koshinski, director) (Duluth, MN)

May 9
Ricochet
Performed by Jessica MeyerBenjamin Fingland and Amanda Harberg on Music in Montclair (Montclair, NJ)

June 12
Over a windcloaked nightsoaked starpoked sea — World Premiere
Performed by David Stambler and Christopher Guzman at The Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association Conference at Pennsylvania State University (State College, PA)

June 24
Just a Minute, Chopin
Performed by the Prism Quartet at Interlochen Arts Camp (Interlochen, MI)

September 13
Over a windcloaked nightsoaked starpoked sea
Performed by David Stambler and Christopher Guzman at Pennsylvania State University (State College, PA)

September 27
There Comes My Heart
Performed by the Suzuki Institute National Conference 2015 (Sydney, Australia)

October 17
Would Not Could Not — World Premiere
Performed by Trio Kavak at The DiMenna Center (New York, NY)

October 25
The Cruel Waters
 — Showcase Preview
Performed by The Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Troy University (Troy, AL)

October 26
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director) (Mobile, AL)

October 27
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of South Alabama Percussion Ensemble (Luis Rivera, director) (Mobile, AL)

November 3
Sparklefrog
Performed by The Temple University Percussion Ensemble (Phillip O’Banion, director) (Philadelphia, PA)

November 3
Quick Blood
Performed by The University of Central Arkansas Percussion Ensemble (Blake Tyson, director) (Conway, AR)

November 7
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) (Columbus, GA)

November 8
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the University of New Mexico Percussion Ensemble (Scott Ney, director) (Albuquerque, NM)

November 10
The Cruel Waters
 — Showcase Preview
Performed by The Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Waltrip High School (Houston, TX)

November 13
The Cruel Waters
 — World Premiere
Performed by The Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at PASIC: The Percussive Arts Society International Convention (San Antonio, TX)

November 13
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Jacksonville University Percussion Ensemble (Tony Steve, director) (Jacksonville, FL)

November 17
Sparklefrog

Performed by the Radford University Percussion Ensemble (Rob Sanderl, director) (Radford, VA)

November 19
Quick Blood
Performed by the West Liberty University Percussion Ensemble (Brian Baldauff, director) (West Liberty, WV)

November 20
Alien Robots Unite! and Alternating Current — concerto for alto saxophone and wind ensemble
Performed by the Florida State University Wind Orchestra (Richard Clary, conductor; Scotty Phillips, alto saxophone) (Tallahassee, FL)

November 22
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the University of Tennessee Percussion Ensemble (Julie Hill, director) at The University of Tennessee (Martin, TN)

November 23
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Indiana University—Purdue University Fort Wayne Percussion Ensemble (Eric Schweikert, director) (Fort Wayne, IN)

November 24
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Oklahoma City State University Percussion Ensemble (David Steffens, director) (Oklahoma City, OK)

December 7
Alien Robots Unite!
Performed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Wind Ensemble (Carolyn Barber, conductor) at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE)

December 11
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Eric Hollenbeck with the Colorado State University Wind Symphony (Rebecca Phillips, conductor) (Fort Collins, CO)

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2016 Concerts

February 5
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist T. Adam Blackstock with the Troy University Symphony Band (Mark Walker, conductor) (Troy, AL)

February 5
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Morehead State University Percussion Ensemble (Brian Mason, director) at the Kentucky Music Educator’s Association (KMEA) conference (Louisville, KY)

February 14
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Jerusalem Lutheran Church (Schuykill Haven, PA)

February 18
Want It. Need It. Have It. — World Premiere
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

March 8
That Radiant Outburst — World Premiere
Faculty and Guest Artist Chamber Recital at Temple University; Phillip O’Banion with Ricardo MoralesAmy Sue Barston and Charles Abramovic (Philadelphia, PA)

March 11
Sparklefrog
Performed by the Oklahoma City University Percussion Ensemble (David Steffens, director) at the OK-PAS Day of Percussion (Norman, OK)

March 30
Want It. Need It. Have It. — Premiere of edition for flute and marimba
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)

March 31
Want It. Need It. Have It
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at Tennessee Technological University (Cookeville, TN)

April 4
Sparklefrog
Performed by the Oklahoma City University Percussion Ensemble (David Steffens, director) (Oklahoma City, OK)

April 4
Naked and On Fire
Performed by the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble (Joseph Krygier and Susan Powell, directors) (Columbus, OH)

April 5
Quick Blood
Performed by the Rice University Percussion Ensemble (Richard Brown, director) (Houston, TX)

April 20
stars, cars, bars
Performed by Tim Broscious at The University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, MN)

April 21
The Cruel Waters
Performed by the Troy University Percussion Ensemble (T. Adam Blackstock, director) at Troy University (Troy, AL)

April 24
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbst Ben Stiers with the Illinois State University Wind Symphony (Martin Seggelke, conductor) (Normal, IL)
Live stream: http://finearts.illinoisstate.edu/music/video/index.shtml

April 24
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Tennessee Percussion Ensemble (Julie Hill, director) at The University of Tennessee (Martin, TN)

April 27
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Massachusets Amherst Percussion Ensemble (Ayano Kataoka, director) (Amherst, MA)

April 28
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
Performed by marimbist Tyler Lofin with the Liberty University Wind Symphony (Stephen Kerr, conductor) (Lynchburg, VA)

May 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Weiss-Soflin Duo at the Tempe Center for the Arts (Tempe, AZ)

May 27
Flop, Turn, River
Performed at the Suzuki Association of the Americas conference (Minneapolis, MN)

June 16
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at West Music Recital Hall (Coralville, IA)

June 19
Want It. Need It. Have It
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at The Cell (Brooklyn, NY)

June 23
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (Cedar Falls, IA)

June 25
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at Public Space One (Iowa City, IA)

June 26
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at Iowa City Main Library (Iowa City, IA)

June 29
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at Lutheran Summer Music Camp (Decorah, IA)

July
stars, cars, bars
Performed by Thomas Faulkner at the Cortona Sessions for New Music (Cortona, Italy)

July 2
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at The University of North Alabama (Florence, AL)

July 3
Flop, Turn, River
Performed at the Chicago Suzuki Institute (Bannockburn, IL)

July 15
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at Fourth Presbyterian Church (Chicago, IL)

July 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Weiss-Soflin Duo at the Arizona Senior Academy (Tucson, AZ)

July 21
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Heartland Marimba Festival Touring Ensemble at RiverLoop Amphitheatre (Waterloo, IA)

August 23
Just a Minute, Chopin

Performed at the Arosa Music Academy (Arosa, Switzerland)

August 30
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Weiss-Soflin Duo at the University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)

September 30
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The New World Symphony Percussion Consort at New World Center (Miami, FL)

October 3
Over a windcloaked nightsoaked starpoked sea
Performed by Clifford Leaman at The University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

October 29
Sparklefrog
Performed by The Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) at Columbus State University (Columbus, GA)

November 5
The Holy Terror — World Premiere
Performed by Ensemble Epomeo with guest percussionist Samuel Z. Solomon at The Newburyport Chamber Music Festival (Newburyport, MA)

November 5
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at The Atlas Performing Arts Center (Washington, DC)

November 7
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble (Scott Herring, director) (Columbia, SC)

November 7
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the UTA Percussion Ensemble (Andrew Eldridge, director) at the University of Texas (Arlington, TX)

November 15
The Cruel Waters

Performed by The Radford University Percussion Ensemble (Rob Sanderl, director) (Radford, VA)

November 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
by Lawler + Fadoul at The Cell Theater (New York, NY)

November 16
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Percussion Ensemble (Brian Baldauff, director) (Stevens Point, WI)

November 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at The Cell Theater (New York, NY)

November 21
Concert at The University of Minnesota (Duluth, MN)
Sparklefrog – performed by The University of Minnesota Duluth Percussion Ensemble (Gene Koshinski, director)
Paper Covers Rock – performed by the Quey Percussion Duo

November 27
Hard Knocks
Performed by the Florida Youth Orchestra (Thomas Sleeper, conductor) (Miami, FL)

December 6
Naked And On Fire
Performed by University of Wisconsin Western Percussion Ensemble (Anthony Di Sanza, director) (Madison, WI)

December 8
Zipzap for drum kit and wind ensemble — World Premiere
Performed by Justin Alexander with the Rowan Wind Ensemble (Joseph Higgins, conductor) (Glassboro, NJ)

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2017 Concerts

January 30
Together — pre-premiere performance
Performed by Rachel and Brian Nozny at Troy University (Troy, AL)

February 1-4
Composition residency in Nashville and Martin, Tennessee
Quick Blood (coaching with the Vanderbilt University Percussion Ensemble (Ji-Hye Jung, director)
Gasoline Rainbow (coaching with the University of Tennesse-Martin Percussion Ensemble (Julie Hill, director)
Spiderweb Lead (pre-premiere collaboration with The X4 Percussion Quartet)

February 8
Together — World Premiere
Performed by Rachel and Brian Nozny at The University of Southern Alabama (Mobile, AL)

February 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

February 18
Baby Blackbird, Fly Now
Flop Turn River
Performed at CelloFest at Oklahoma State University (Meredith Blecha-Wells, director) (Stillwell, OK)

February 23
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the Georgia Southern University (Statesboro, GA)

February 27
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)

February 28
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the University of South Florida (Tampa, FL)

March 1
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL)

March 2
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at Dreyfoos Arts Academy (West Palm Beach, FL)

March 2
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at the University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, MN)

March 2
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Aaron Ragsdale with the South Dakota State University Symphonic Band (Jacob Wallace, conductor) at Roosevelt High School (Minneapolis, MN)

March 4
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at the University of Southern Illinois Day of Percussion (Carbondale, IL)

March 4
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the The RoseWind Duo at the University of South Florida (Tampa, FL)

March 4
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Aaron Ragsdale with the South Dakota State University Symphonic Band (Jacob Wallace, conductor) at the Percy Grainger Wind Band Festival (Chicago, IL)

March 5
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Weiss/Soflin Duo at Benderly-Kendall Opera House (Patagonia, AZ)

March 6
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Queensborough College (New York, NY)

March 7
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Eastern Connecticut State University (Willimantic, CT)

March 8
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Western Connecticut State University (Danbury, CT)

March 9
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

March 10
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Queens College (Queens, NY)

March 10
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Kansas City Youth Percussion Ensemble at Emmanuelle Baptist Church (Kansas City, MO)

March 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at East Carolina University (Greenville, NC)

March 26
Quick Blood
Performed by the Vanderbilt Percussion Group (Ji Hye Jung, director) (Nashville, TN)

April 1
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Utah Percussion Ensemble (Michael Sammons, director) (Salt Lake City, UT)

April 7
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Omar Carmenates with the Furman University Wind Ensemble (Les Hicken, conductor) (Greenville, SC)

April 8
The Cruel Waters – premiere of edition for four marimbas
Performed by the Furman University Percussion Ensemble (Omar Carmenates, director) (Greenville, SC)

April 9
Sparklefrog
Performed by the Morehead State University Percussion Ensemble (Brian Mason, director) (Morehead, KY)

April 18
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by the Mars Hill Percussion Ensemble at Mars Hill University (Mars Hill, NC)

April 21
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Aaron Ragsdale with the South Dakota State University Symphonic Band (Jacob Wallace, conductor) (Brookings, SD)

April 22
The Cruel Waters
Performed by the Furman University Percussion Ensemble (Omar Carmenates, director) (Greenville, SC)

May 4
Quick Blood
Performed by the Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble (Samuel Z. Solomon & Doug Perkins, directors) (Boston, MA)

May 8
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the Quey Percussion Duo at Campinas International Percussion Festival (Campinas, Brazil)

May 24
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Eric Rucker with the Dreyfoos High School of the Arts Percussion Ensemble (West Palm Beach, FL)

May 27
The Hedgehog’s Dilemma – edition for piano trio
Performed by James Stern, Audrey Andrist and Amy Sue Barston in a house concert at The Swankmore (Swarthmore, PA)

June 10
The Cruel Waters
Performed by the Furman University Percussion Ensemble (Omar Carmenates, director) at the Emory Percussion Symposium (Atlanta, GA)

July 22
In Another Man’s Skin
Performed by fellows of The Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music (Nelson, NH)

August 28
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at the Arts Midwest Conference (Columbus, OH)

September 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Emporia State University (Emporia, KS)

September 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS)

September 18
Want It. Need It. Have It. 
 
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at University of Missouri-Kansas City (Kansas City, MO)

September 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Wichita State University (Wichita, KS)

September 22
Want It. Need It. Have It. 
 
Performed by saxophonist Ben Harting and marimbist Abby Rehard at The University of Missouri (Columbia, MO)

September 23
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV)

September 24
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at Fairmont Chamber Music Society (Fairmont, WV)

October 8
Alien Robots Unite!
Performed by the University of Central Florida Symphonic Band (Tremon Kizer, conductor) (Orlando, FL)

October 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at Altamont Fairgrounds (Altamont, NY)

October 25
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Weiss/Soflin Duo at Arizona State University Katzin Recital Hall (Tempe, AZ)

October 28
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at University of Massachusetts (Amherst, MA)

November 4
Sparklefrog
Performed by the Messiah College Percussion Ensemble (Erik Forst, director) at Messiah College (Mechanicsburg, PA)

November 19
Sparklefrog
Performed by the Messiah College Percussion Ensemble (Erik Forst, director) at Millersville University (Mechanicsburg, PA)

December 3
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler + Fadoul at Glass Box Performance Space (New York, NY)

December 7
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and percussion ensemble
Performed by marimbist Greg Doscher with the Eastman School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Rochester, NY)

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2018 Concerts

January 13
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at Hubei University (Hubei Sheng, China)

January 20
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at the Shanghai Perfoming Arts Center (Shanghai, China)

February 9
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at the South Dakota Bandmasters Association Convention (Brookings, SD)

February 18
The Rule of Five – concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by Julia Gaines and Megan Arns with the University of Missouri School of Music Wind Ensemble conducted by Brian A. Silvey (Columbia, MO)

February 19
Together
Performed by the BRN Duo (Rachel and Brian Nozny) at the University of Southern MIssissippi (Hattiesburg, MI)

February 19
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – CBDNA Premiere Preview
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

February 20
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – CBDNA Premiere Preview
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at Agua Fina High School (Avondale, AZ)

February 21
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at the convention of the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) (Tempe, AZ)

February 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Belmont University (Nashville, TN)

February 20
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)

February 21
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at The University of Tennessee-Martin (Martin, TN)

February 27
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Over a windcloaked nightsoaked starpoked sea
Downtown Is The Battery
The Things That Go
Together
Performed in Ware Recital Hall at West Chester University (West Chester, PA) by the RoseWind Duo and guest collaborators David Stambler and Audrey Andrist.

March 24
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Ieva Jokubaviciute and Amy Sue Barston at Red Velvet Concerts (Pottstown, PA)

March 29
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Ieva Jokubaviciute and Amy Sue Barston at Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA)

March 31
Sparklefrog
Performed by The Indiana University Percussion Ensemble (John Tafoya and Kevin Bobo, directors) (Bloomington, IN)

March 31
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and piano accompaniment
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan at Augustana University (Sioux Fals, SD)

April 10
Together
Performed by Christian Kuhlman and Emily Zuber at Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)

April 20
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the CHannel2 Duo at the Nebraska Day of Percussion, University of Nebraska (Kearney, NE)

April 23
Pittering/Pattering
Performed by The University of Minnesota-Duluth Percussion Ensemble (Gene Koshinski and Tim Broscious, directors) (Duluth, MN)

April 25
Raining Bricks
– World Premiere
Performed by The University of South Carolina Wind Symphony (Jack Eaddy, conductor) (Columbia, SC)

May 1
Raining Bricks – World Premiere
Performed by the Henderson State University Symphony Band (Shaun R. Popp, conductor) (Arkadelphia, AR)

May 2
Naked and on Fire
Performed by the University of Arkansas Percussion Studio (Tommy Dobbs, director) (Fort Smith, AR)

May 3
Raining Bricks – World Premiere
Performed by the Bowling Green State University Concert Band (Michael King, conductor) (Bowling Green, OH)

May 5
The Rule of Five – concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by Escape Ten with the Virginia Tech Wind Ensemble conducted by Jonathan Caldwell (Blacksburg, VA)

June 20-22
Stars, cars, bars
Performed by Liz Soflin at the Marimba + Voice Festival at Utah Valley University (Orem, Utah)

July 19
Duo Vert
Performed by Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at the Canandaigua Lake Music Festival (Canandaigua, NY)

Summer 2019
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Morizio/Peters Duo at the Eastman Community Music School (Rochester, NY)

Summer 2019
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Morizio/Peters Duo at the Eastman Summer Series (Rochester, NY)

August 22
That Radiant Outburst
Performed at Millikin University on the Faculty Sampler with Jeremy Brunk, marimba (Decatur, IL)

September 7
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the KNUA Percussion Ensemble at the National University for the Arts (Seoul, Korea)

September 12
In Another Man’s Skin – performed by the EDGE Ensemble
The Heart and the Hand
 – performed by Amy Sue Barston and Ieva Jokubaviciute
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
 – performed by the Heimat Quartet
Performed by the EDGE Ensemble (Jonathan Newman, director) at Shenandoah Conservatory (Winchester, VA)

September 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at the 2019 Asia Saxophone Congress (Shanghai, China)

September 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at the University of Georgia (Athens, GA)

September 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at Emory University (Atlanta, GA)

September 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at Sacramento State University (Sacramento, CA)

September 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at San Jose State University (San Jose, CA)

September 23
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks In Motion at Cleveland State University (Cleveland, OH)

September 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at the University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA)

September 29
Nightmare Machine – World Premiere
Downtown Is The Battery
Performed by Dave Hall at the Korff School of Music (Lincoln, NE)

October 17
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at Covenant College (Chatanooga, TN)

October 21
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at Lee University (Cleveland, TN)

November 4
The Percustary Insectarium (feat. Amy Sue Barston, cello)
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

November 6
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

November 9
Alien Robots Unite!
Performed by the Shenandoah Conservatory Wind Ensemble (Tim Robblee, conductor) (Winchester, VA)

November 15
Dead Reckoning — World Premiere
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at PASIC 19 (Indianapolis, IN)

November 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler+Fadoul at PASIC 19 (Indianapolis, IN)

November 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC)

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2020 Concerts

February 13
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble at the 2020 UofSC Band Clinic Concert (Columbia, SC)

March 1
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks in Motion at the University of Missouri (Columbia, MO)

March 5
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks in Motion at Southern Utah University’s APEX series (Cedar City, UT)/p>

March 10
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks in Motion at University of Nevada Las Vegas Nextet series (Las Vegas, NV)

March 12
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks in Motion at Colorado Mesa University (Grand Junction, CO)

March 18
Nightmare Machine
Performed by Justin Alexander at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA)

March 19
Together
Performed by the BRN Duo at McNeese State University (Lake Charles, LA)

March 20 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions 
Quietly Connecting (Remembering Yeon-Su Kim) — World Premiere
Performed by Paul Fadoul at The Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College (Gettysburg, PA)

April 3 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
 concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by Ben Stiers with the Illinois State University Wind Symphony (Tony Marinello, conductor) (Normal, IL)

April 4 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
 concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by Ben Stiers with the Illinois State University Wind Symphony at the Chicgoland Concert Band Festival (Tony Marinello, conductor) (Normal, IL)

April 4
Nightmare Machine
– Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Performed by Ryan Boehme at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

April 8 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Speaking Truth To Power 2018

for four percussionists and wind ensemble Performed by The University of Central Florida Symphonic Band (Tremon Kizer, conductor) (Orlando, FL)

April 13 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Zipzap
 for drum kit and wind ensemble
Performed by Gene Fambrough (drum kit) and the UAB Wind Symphony (Sean Murray, conductor) (Birmingham, AL)

April 16 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Sparklefrog
Performed by the University of Texas at Arlington Percussion Ensemble (Andrew Eldridge, director) (Arlington, TX)

April 23 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Spark Joy — world premiere
Performed by The Jasper String Quartet at Jasper Chamber Concerts (Philadelphia, PA)

April 23 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Pounding Fists
Performed by the Stephen F. Austin State University Percussion Ensemble (Brad Meyer, director) (Nacogdoches, TX)

April 24 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler+Fadoul in Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space (New York, NY)

May 31 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
I echo you, we are repeated
Elegy for the Earth — world premiere of movements “Bee Death,” “The New Doldrums,” and “Whale Song”
Performed by PhilHarmonia (Mitos Andaya Hart, conductor) at The Cherry Street Pier (Philadelphia, PA)

July 23 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Morizio/Peters Duo at The Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY)

October 20 – Cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler+Fadoul at The Binghamton Philharmonic Chamber Series (Binghamton, NY)

November 17
Sparklefrog
Performed by The University of Nebraska Percussion Ensemble (Dave Hall, director) (Lincoln, NE)

November 18
The Cruel Waters
Performed by The Cleveland Institute of Music Percussion Ensemble with percussionist Tom Sherwood (Cleveland, OH)

November 21
Nightmare Machine
Performed by Ryan Boehme at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

November 24
The Cruel Waters
Performed by The Eastman Percussion Ensemble (Rochester, NY)

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2022 Concerts

January 23
Pittering/Pattering
Performed by The Schwob School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) at Columbus State University (Columbus, GA)

January 28
Pittering/Pattering
Performed by The Schwob School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) at The Georgia Music Educators Association Conference (Athens, GA)

February 24
Please Scream Inside Your Heart – Consortium Premiere
Performed by The Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble (Annie Stevens, director) (Blacksburg, VA)

February 21
Raining Bricks
Performed by the Western Michigan University Symphonic Band (Trey Harris, conductor) (Kalamazoo, MI)

April 8
Please Scream Inside Your Heart – Consortium Premiere
Performed by The West Chester University Percussion Ensemble (Ralph Sorrentino, director) on the recital of Matt Langlois (West Chester, PA)

April 10
Pounding Fists
Performed by marimbist Scott Herring with the Florida State University Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks, conductor) (Tallahassee, FL)

April 13
Speaking Truth To Power 2018
Performed by percussionists Jeffrey Moore, Thad Anderson, Kirk Gay, and Paige Madden with the University of Central Florida Symphonic Band (Tremon Kizer, conductor) (Orlando, FL)

April 19
Please Scream Inside Your Heart – Consortium Premiere
Performed by The West Chester University Percussion Ensemble (Ralph Sorrentino, director) (West Chester, PA)

April 24
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
Performed by marimbist Scott Herring with the Lee University Percussion Ensemble (Andy Harnsberger, conductor) (Cleveland, TN)

April 26
Naked and on Fire
Performed by the UNL Percussion Ensemble (Dave Hall, director) (Lincoln, NE)

May 13
Spark Joy
Performed by The Jasper String Quartet at the Park Avenue Community Center (Swarthmore, PA)

Alternating Current
Performed by Anthony Cincotta II (Kyle Remnant, conductor) with the Eastern Mennonite University Concert Band (Harrisonburg, VA)

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2021 Concerts

January 30
Sparklefrog
Garbage Brain
Performed by The Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) at The Georgia Music Educators Association Virtual Conference

March 18
Spark Joy — World Premiere
Performed by The Jasper String Quartet (streaming performance)

March 26
Want It. Need It. Have It. edition for bassoon and marimba
Performed by Jacqueline Wilson and Christopher Wilson at Washington State University (Pullman, WA)

April 6
Nightmare Machine
Performed by Rob Sanderl at Radford University (Radford, VA)

April 10
Garbage Brain
Performed by The Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble (Paul Vaillancourt, director) with the CSU Youth Dance Conservatory (Columbus, GA)

April 18
Dead Reckoning
Performed by The Shepherd School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Matthew Strauss, director) at Rice University (Houston, TX)

April 26
Gasoline Rainbow
Performed by The Moores School of Music Percussion Ensemble II (Alec Warren, director) at The University of Houston (Houston, TX)

April 22
Please Scream Inside Your Heart – World Premiere
Performed by The Green Vibes Project (Tallahassee, FL)

April 27
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
Performed by marimbist Emma Eddleman with the The University of West Georgia Wind Ensemble (Josh Byrd, conductor) (Carrollton, GA)

April 28
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by The McCallum Percussion Ensemble (Matt Ehlers, director) (Austin, TX)

April 29
Dead Reckoning
Performed by The Shepherd School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Matthew Strauss, director) on the recital of Brandon Lim at Rice University (Houston, TX)

April 29
Dead Reckoning
Performed by The Shepherd School of Music Percussion Ensemble (Matthew Strauss, director) broadcast event (Houston, TX)

May 5
The Heart and The Hand
Performed by Amy Barston and Nozomi Takashima live on Salastina Happy Hour (online)

May 29
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink
Performed by marimbist Steve Falk with the Yamaha Wind Orchestra (Rob McWilliams, conductor) (Melbourne, Ausralia)

August 2
The Heart and The Hand
Performed by Amy Barston and Noreen Cassidy-Polera at the Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute (Seattle, WA)

September 17
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by Braham Dembar and Sam Thompson at Ball State University (Muncie, IN)

October 31
Elegy for the Earth — world premiere of movements “Bee Death” and “Whale Song”
Performed by PhilHarmonia (Mitos Andaya Hart, conductor) at The Cherry Street Pier (Philadelphia, PA)

October 31
Quick Blood
Performed by The Jacobs School of Music at Indana University Percussion Ensemble (John Tafoya and Kevin Bob,. directors) (Bloomington, IN)

November 6
The Cruel Waters
Performed by the Senzoku Gakuen College of Music Percussion Ensemble (Kawasaki, Japan)

November 7
Sparklefrog
Performed by The University of North Carolina Greensboro Percussion Ensemble (Eric Willie, director) at UNCG (Greensboro, NC)

November 12
Sparklefrog
Performed by The University of North Carolina Greensboro Percussion Ensemble (Eric Willie, director) at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) (Indianappolis, IN)

November 21
Quick Blood
Performed by the University of Central Arkansas Percussion Ensemble (Blake Tyson, director) (Conway, AR)

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2019 Concerts

January 13
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at Hubei University (Hubei Sheng, China)

January 20
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at the Shanghai Perfoming Arts Center (Shanghai, China)

February 9
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan with the Augustana Wind Ensemble (Christopher Unger, conductor) at the South Dakota Bandmasters Association Convention (Brookings, SD)

February 18
The Rule of Five – concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by Julia Gaines and Megan Arns with the University of Missouri School of Music Wind Ensemble conducted by Brian A. Silvey (Columbia, MO)

February 19
Together
Performed by the BRN Duo (Rachel and Brian Nozny) at the University of Southern MIssissippi (Hattiesburg, MI)

February 19
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – CBDNA Premiere Preview
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at West Chester University (West Chester, PA)

February 20
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – CBDNA Premiere Preview
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at Agua Fina High School (Avondale, AZ)

February 21
Speaking Truth To Power, 2018 for four percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by The West Chester University Wind Ensemble conducted by Andrew Yozviak at the convention of the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) (Tempe, AZ)

February 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Belmont University (Nashville, TN)

February 20
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)

February 21
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at The University of Tennessee-Martin (Martin, TN)

February 27
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Over a windcloaked nightsoaked starpoked sea
Downtown Is The Battery
The Things That Go
Together
Performed in Ware Recital Hall at West Chester University (West Chester, PA) by the RoseWind Duo and guest collaborators David Stambler and Audrey Andrist.

March 24
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Ieva Jokubaviciute and Amy Sue Barston at Red Velvet Concerts (Pottstown, PA)

March 29
The Heart and the Hand
Performed by Ieva Jokubaviciute and Amy Sue Barston at Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA)

March 31
Sparklefrog
Performed by The Indiana University Percussion Ensemble (John Tafoya and Kevin Bobo, directors) (Bloomington, IN)

March 31
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — edition for marimba and piano accompaniment
Performed by marimbist Dana LeVan at Augustana University (Sioux Fals, SD)

April 10
Together
Performed by Christian Kuhlman and Emily Zuber at Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)

April 14
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Great Plains Percussion Group at the Wanda L. Bass School of Music (Oklahoma City, OK)

April 20
Paper Covers Rock
Performed by the CHannel2 Duo at the Nebraska Day of Percussion, University of Nebraska (Kearney, NE)

April 23
Pittering/Pattering
Performed by The University of Minnesota-Duluth Percussion Ensemble (Gene Koshinski and Tim Broscious, directors) (Duluth, MN)

April 25
Raining Bricks – World Premiere
Performed by The University of South Carolina Wind Symphony (Jack Eaddy, conductor) (Columbia, SC)

April 27
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Great Plains Percussion Group at the Oklahoma Day of Percussion (Moore, OK)

May 1
Raining Bricks – World Premiere
Performed by the Henderson State University Symphony Band (Shaun R. Popp, conductor) (Arkadelphia, AR)

May 2
Naked and on Fire
Performed by the University of Arkansas Percussion Studio (Tommy Dobbs, director) (Fort Smith, AR)

May 3
Raining Bricks – World Premiere
Performed by the Bowling Green State University Concert Band (Michael King, conductor) (Bowling Green, OH)

May 4
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the Great Plains Percussion Group at the Arkansas Day of Percussion (Moore, OK)

May 5
The Rule of Five – concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble – World Premiere
Performed by Escape Ten with the Virginia Tech Wind Ensemble conducted by Jonathan Caldwell (Blacksburg, VA)

June 20-22
Stars, cars, bars
Performed by Liz Soflin at the Marimba + Voice Festival at Utah Valley University (Orem, Utah)

July 19
Duo Vert
Performed by Edward Klorman and Amy Sue Barston at the Canandaigua Lake Music Festival (Canandaigua, NY)

Summer 2019
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Morizio/Peters Duo at the Eastman Community Music School (Rochester, NY)

Summer 2019
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by the Morizio/Peters Duo at the Eastman Summer Series (Rochester, NY)

August 22
That Radiant Outburst
Performed at Millikin University on the Faculty Sampler with Jeremy Brunk, marimba (Decatur, IL)

September 7
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the KNUA Percussion Ensemble at the National University for the Arts (Seoul, Korea)

September 12
In Another Man’s Skin – performed by the EDGE Ensemble
The Heart and the Hand
 – performed by Amy Sue Barston and Ieva Jokubaviciute
Corrie Q’s Jigs and Reels (String Quartet No. 3)
 – performed by the Heimat Quartet
Performed by the EDGE Ensemble (Jonathan Newman, director) at Shenandoah Conservatory (Winchester, VA)

September 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at the 2019 Asia Saxophone Congress (Shanghai, China)

September 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at the University of Georgia (Athens, GA)

September 17
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at Emory University (Atlanta, GA)

September 19
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at Sacramento State University (Sacramento, CA)

September 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at San Jose State University (San Jose, CA)

September 23
Spiderweb Lead
Performed by Clocks In Motion at Cleveland State University (Cleveland, OH)

September 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The Col Legno Duo at the University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA)

September 29
Nightmare Machine – World Premiere
Downtown Is The Battery
Performed by Dave Hall at the Korff School of Music (Lincoln, NE)

October 17
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at Covenant College (Chatanooga, TN)

October 21
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at Lee University (Cleveland, TN)

November 4
The Percustary Insectarium (feat. Amy Sue Barston, cello)
Naked And On Fire
Performed by The University of South Carolina Percussion Ensemble at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

November 6
Dead Reckoning — PASIC Preview Concert
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

November 9
Alien Robots Unite!
Performed by the Shenandoah Conservatory Wind Ensemble (Tim Robblee, conductor) (Winchester, VA)

November 15
Dead Reckoning — World Premiere
Performed by Andy HarnsbergerScott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury at PASIC 19 (Indianapolis, IN)

November 16
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by Lawler+Fadoul at PASIC 19 (Indianapolis, IN)

November 22
Want It. Need It. Have It.
Performed by The RoseWind Duo at Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC)