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