2005 PERFORMANCES

listed by composition title


2005 began with performances of Nocturnes and Reveries, a multimedia work performed by pianist Lara Downes (pictured) with film by Glenda and Jesse Drew and live dance by David Grenke

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 piano

March 6: Performed by the Glass Farm Ensemble (Tenri Cultural Institute, New York, NY)

To Become An Islander for soprano and piano

March 23: Performed by Amelia Watkins and Jonathan Yates (Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, NY) (World Premiere)

{See 2006 concerts}