Performances

Posted on September 29, 2013

Performances

**= contest winning piece

Upcoming: “All flesh is as grass” (Isaiah 40:6-8), Charleston, South Carolina, date and location TBA.

Upcoming: **ankáthi (flute, cello, ‘bass), Collaborative Miniature Concert, dissonArt ensemble, 48th Dimitria Festival, Thessaloniki, Greece, October 14, 2013.  [A winning work in the 2013 dissonArt ensemble Collaborative Miniature Project Call for Scores]

Upcoming: **Patina (glockenspiel), Numero Uno concert, Claire Edwards, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown, Australia. November 10, 2013.  [A winning work in the 2013 Campbelltown Arts Centre Call for Scores for Solo Percussionist and the 2011 UNE Kearney New Music Festival Call for Scores]

Upcoming: Christ the King (choir and organ), Christ the King Lutheran Church, Columbia, South Carolina, December 1, 2013.

**Psalm 119: 41-48 (english horn), Catherine Pluygers, London New Wind Festival, St. Cyprian’s Church, London, England, September 20, 2013.  [A winning work in the 2013 London New Wind Festival Call for Scores]

Five Brushstrokes (guitar), Richard Pressley, Lightsey Chapel, Charleston Southern University, Charleston, South Carolina, August 29, 2013.

Lekythos (viola and guitar) and Five Brushstrokes (guitar), Richard and Johanna Pressley, Conundrum Music Hall, Columbia South Carolina, June 3, 2013.

**Three Haiku, “… im Banne des Unbekannten VI” concert, Ensemble Platypus, Echoraum, Vienna, Austria, May 25, 2013.  [A winning work in the 2013 Ensemble Platypus Call for Scores, the 2013 SCI National Conference Call for Scores, and the 2010 Fresno New Music Festival Call for Scores]

**Hinaufziehen (english horn), Anne Goldberg, Jan Hus Church, New York City, March 10, 2013.  [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Oboe]

**Three Haiku for flute, clarinet, violin, ‘cello, Society of Composers 2013 National Conference, Ohio State University, February 15, 2013, Columbus, Ohio [One of the winning works in the 2013 SCI National Conference Call for Scores and a previous winner in the 2010 Fresno New Music Festival Call for Scores]

**Aspiration, Maria Carolina Cavalcanti, Jan Hus Church, New York City, February 10, 2013. [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Flutes]

**Three Fragments, thingNY, Spam v. 3.0 Concert, Flushing Town Hall, New York City, December 15, 2012.  [A winning work in the thingNY ‘Spam v. 3.0’ Call for Scores]

**Ephemera, Alyssa Reit, Jan Hus Church, New York City, November 11, 2012. [A winning work in the 2011 Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Harp]

**Aspiration, Maria Carolina Cavalcanti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 7, 2012. [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Flutes]

**Exaleípsas, Laura Jordan and Sarah Carrier, Fort Washington Collegiate Church, May 11, 2012, New York City [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Flute and Marimba]

**Patina (glockenspiel), University of Nebraska Kearney New Music Festival, February 7, 2012, Kearney, NE [A winning work in the 2011 UNE Kearney New Music Festival Call for Scores]

**Seven Haiku for wind quintet, Moran Quintet Faculty Recital, December 5, 2011, Lincoln, NE [A winning work in the 2011 College Music Society National Conference Call for Scores]

**Seven Haiku for wind quintet, Moran Quintet, 2011 College Music Society National Conference, October 20, 2011, Richmond, VA [A winning work in the 2011 College Music Society National Conference Call for Scores]

**Susurration, Kenji Haba, Jan Hus Church, New York City, October 9, 2011 [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Guitar]

**Susurration, Kenji Haba, Goins Recital Hall, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN July 23, 2011 [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Guitar]

**Susurration, Kenji Haba, Jan Hus Church, New York City, June 26, 2011 [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Guitar]

**Ephemera, Alyssa Reit, Jan Hus Church, New York City, May 29, 2011 [A winning work in the Vox Novus 15 Minutes of Fame Call for Scores for Solo Harp]

**Percussion Quartet, 2011 Ball State University Festival of New Music, Muncie, Indiana, February 26, 2011 [A winning work in the 2010 CFAMC National Conference Call for Scores; and a selected work in the 2011 Ball State University Festival of New Music Call for Scores]

**the flattery of fire, thingNY, Spam v. 2.0 Concert, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, New York City, February 25, 2011.  [A winning work in the thingNY ‘Spam v. 2.0’ Call for Scores]

**String Quartet #1, The JACK Quartet, 2011 University of Alabama Huntsville New Music Festival, February 11, 2011.  [A winning work in the 2011 University of Alabama Huntsville New Music Festival Call for Scores]

**Three Haiku for flute, clarinet, violin, ‘cello, The Definiens Project, Hope United Methodist Church, November 21, 2010, Los Angeles, California [One of the winning works in the 2010 Fresno New Music Festival Call for Scores]

**Three Haiku for flute, clarinet, violin, ‘cello, The Definiens Project, Fresno New Music Festival, November 6, 2010, Fresno, California [One of the winning works in the 2010 Fresno New Music Festival Call for Scores]

in memoriam (hommage a Chopin), WICR Indianapolis, Indiana, October 23 and 24, 2010; Radio Broadcast of March 15, 2010 performance at The University of Indianapolis [Commissioned by Dr. Richard Ratliff, Piano Professor, The University of Indianapolis]

**Percussion Quartet, 2010 CFAMC National Conference, October 15, 2010, Indiana Wesleyan University,Marion, IN [A selected work in the 2010 CFAMC National Conference Call for Scores]

Psalm 119:17-24 (trombone), Patrick Crossland, August 13, 2010, St. Georgenkirche, Waren (Müritz), Germany

in memoriam (hommage a Chopin), WICR Indianapolis, IN, April 10 and 11, 2010; Radio Broadcast of March 15, 2010 performance at The University of Indianapolis [Commissioned by Dr. Richard Ratliff, Piano Professor, The University of Indianapolis]

in memoriam (hommage a Chopin), The University of Indianapolis, March 15, 2010, Indianapolis, Indiana [Commissioned by Dr. Richard Ratliff, Piano Professor, The University of Indianapolis]

Three Haiku for string sextet (performed twice), Music at Noon, April 29, 2009, The Master’s College, Santa Clarita, California

Eulogetos, April 24, 2009, The Master’s College Women’s Chamber Choir Spring Concert, The Master’s College, Santa Clarita, CA [Commissioned by Dr. Carolyn Simons, Director, The Master's College Women’s Chamber Choir]

deplori, Patrick Crossland, February 11 and 12, 2009, Theatersaal, Freudenstadter Kurhaus, Freudenstadt, Germany

deplori, Patrick Crossland, January 16, 2009, Hochschule fur Kunste, Bremen, Germany

The Traditions of Christmas, Chip Davis/Richard Pressley, Six performances, “Come Christmas Sing” Concert Series, December 2-6, 2008, The Master’s College, Santa Clarita, CA

**“a song…stranger than wind,” 2008 College Music Society National Conference, September 25, 2008, Atlanta, GA [One of the winning works chosen to showcase contemporary composition in the U.S. in the 2008 College Music Society National Conference Call for Scores]

What We Did in Texas, soundtrack to a short film by D. J. Kaufmann, 2007 L.A. Shorts Fest, September 14, 2007, AMC Burbank Town Center 6, Burbank, CA

Maranatha for violin and small orchestra, Health Sciences Orchestra Concert, April 2, 2006, St. Paul, MN [Commissioned by Jim Riccardo, Music Director of the Health Sciences Orchestra]

Two Verses, Psalm 119:41-48 (Bb Clarinet), Three Meditations on Zechariah 12:10 “then they will look on Me, the one they pierced,” Psalm 119:17-24 (contrabass), Until Christ is Formed (mezzo-soprano), **Psalm Fragments (viola), Ph. D Composition Recital, April 15, 2005, Minneapolis, MN

** Psalm Fragments, 2005 Columbia University Music Scholarship Conference, January 28, 2005, New York, NY [One of six winners of the 2005 Columbia Music Scholarship Conference Call for Scores]

A Meditation on the Goodness of Jesus, wedding performance, June 16, 2001, Owatanna, MN [Commissioned by Mike and Kristi Goslar for their wedding]

** Two Intermezzi, Ted Mann Readings, March 13, 2001, University of Minnesota [A selected work for the Ted Mann Readings, March, 2001]

** “then they will look on Me, the one they pierced” (Zechariah 12:10), Movements I-III, Minnesota Orchestra Reading, November 28, 2000, Minneapolis, MN [One of six winners of Minnesota Orchestra Perfect Pitch Readings 2000]

** “then they will look on Me, the one they pierced” (Zechariah 12:10), Movements I-III, University of Minnesota Orchestra Concert, May 5, 2000, Minneapolis [Winner of the University of Minnesota School of Music Call for Scores 2000]

** Psalm 119:41-48, solo clarinet, Ted Mann Readings, May 3, 2000, University of Minnesota [A selected work for the Ted Mann Readings, Spring Semester, 2000]

** “then they will look on Me, the one they pierced” (Zechariah 12:10), Movements I, III, and V (original version), University of Minnesota Orchestra Readings, April, 1998, Minneapolis [A selected work for the University of Minnesota Orchestra Readings 1998]

May God Be Exalted, movements II-IV, Composers’ Lab Concert, December 1997, Minneapolis, MN

May God Be Exalted, movements I-IV, My Supplication Unto the Lord (performed on Bb clarinet), St. John’s College Composers’ Platform, March 14, 1996, Cambridge, England

“In All Their Affliction He Was Afflicted” (Isaiah 63:9) (performed twice), Chamber Orchestra of Cambridge, October 27, 1995, Cambridge, England [Commissioned by Christopher Hayward, (then) Music Director of the Chamber Orchestra of Cambridge]

Of God, To God (violin substituted for viola), St. John’s College Composers’ Platform, March 9, 1995, Cambridge, England

Five Verses on Salvation (read twice), Psalm 30:6-7, God Whose Name is Holy, My Supplication Unto the Lord, May God Be Exalted, Senior Composition Recital, Butler University, April 21, 1994, Indianapolis, IN

May God Be Exalted (I-IV only), Composers’ Concert, Butler University, April 27, 1993, Indianapolis, IN