7-29-12: Tenor John Williams and pianist Hsaio Ying Lin gave the Baltimore premier of my new suite for voice and piano, Time and Memory. Sunday, July 29 at 1:00 p.m. at The First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church in Mount Vernon.
7-27-12: Tenor John Williams and pianist Hsaio Ying Lin premiered my new suite for voice and piano, Time and Memory. The work is a seeting of texts by poet William S. Trout. This premier performance will took place Friday evening, July 27 in The Ware Center at Millersville University, Lancaster, PA.
7-1-12: O salutaris hostia presented at the 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services at Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Baltimore. Michael Rickelton, baritone; Douglas Buchanan, organ.
5-7-12: My new chamber opera, No Balm in Gilead premiered by the Peabody Conservatory Opera Department. In his exquisite libretto, Daniel Hartis creates a fantastical account of the final night of Edgar Allen Poe's life. 6:30 in Friedberg Hall on the Peabody Conservatory campus. Performances by Juliana Burdick, Eric Carey, MacKenzie Florence and Leslie Proctor.
5-4/6-12: Violinist Courtney Orlando presented my Sonata for solo violin alongside works by Caleb Burhans, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Astor Piazzolla. May 4 and 6 at the Mount Vernon Music Space in Baltimore. This recital is a fundraiser for Mount Vernon Music Space. Tickets are $18/$8 (children, students, seniors) plus a $2 online ticket fee. Tickets may be purchased at tiny.cc/MVMSOrlando.
4-18-12: The Syracuse University Singers gives the east coast premiere of Pentecost. The program is at 8:00 p.m. in Setnor Auditorium. John Warren, conductor.
4-13-12: Propulsion read by the Peabody Symphony Orchestra; Lee Mills, conductor
3-26-12: Timor et tremor presented by the Washington National Cathedral Choir. Michael McCarthy, Director of Music.
3-15-12: I Am Not An Incorporeal Demon, a duo for flute and marimba premiered at 6:30 p.m. in Cohen-Davison Theater on the Peabody Conservatory campus. The program was a unique collaboration between Peabody's Composition Department and the flute studio of renowned flutist Marina Piccinini. Eric Maul, flute; Kelsey Tamayo, marimba
3-11-12: The Pacific Chorale's John Alexander Singers performed Pentecost during their "American Voices" concert in Meng Hall at California State University, Fullerton; John Alexander, conductor.
2-26-12: The choir of St. Paul's Episcopal church, Akron, OH will present Preces and Responses during their 4:00 Evensong service on Sunday, February, 26. Dan Fortune, organist and choirmaster.
2-11-12: Sonata for Solo Violin performed by Courtney Orlando at the University of Alabama in Huntsville New Music Festival.
1-09-12: The choir of St. Paul's Episcopal church, Akron, OH will present Preces and Responses during their 4:00 Evensong service on Sunday, January 29. Dan Fortune, organist and choirmaster.
12-02-11: Pentecost named the winner of the 2011 Gregg Smith Choral Composition Contest through Syracuse University. Pentecost, a setting of a poem by acclaimed poet Dana Gioia, will be performed by the Syracuse University Singers under the direction of John Warren on Wednesday, April 18, at 8 p.m. in the Rose and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College.
12-01-11: Sonata for Solo Violin selected for inclusion in the University of Alabama, Huntsville 2012 New Music Festival. Violinist Courtney Orlando will perform.
10-16-11: Preces and Responses premiered by the choir of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Akron, OH. Dan Fortune, organist and choirmaster.
8-7-11: O salutaris hostia for voice and organ, premiered at St. David's Episcopal Church, Baltimore. Michael Rickelton, baritone, David Lawrie, organ.
5-8-11: In red foliage full of guitars performed by the Anima Nova Chamber Choir, Jake Runestad, conductor. St. Ignatius Church, Baltimore, MD
5-4-11: Propulsion, read by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop, conductor
4-10-11: Jesu, dulcis memoria performed by the chamber chorus of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Tom Hall, conductor. Cockeysville, MD
4-7-11: Let the people praise thee, o God performed by the Lipscomb Unviersity A Cappella Singers at the Tennessee Music Education Association conference, Gary Wilson, conductor. Nashville, TN
3-27-11: Jesu, dulcis memoria performed by the chamber chorus of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Tom Hall, conductor. Catonsville, MD
2-17-11: Resolution Requires No Fanfare read by the Peabody Wind Ensemble, Harland Parker, conductor
2-9-11: Violinist Courtney Orlando performs the third movement of Sonata for Solo Violin at the Peabody Conservatory's Griswold Hall; 7:30p.m.
12-24/25-10: Jesu, dulcis memoria broadcast on Baltimore's WMAR-TV, as well as Baltimore's WBJC 91.5 FM, as part of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society's Christmas with Choral Arts
12-1-10: The End of a Season performed by Molly Young, soprano, and Choo Choo Hu, piano, at the Peabody Conservatory's Cohen-Davison Theater
11-30-10: Jesu, dulcis memoria premiered by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society as part of their annual Christmas with Choral Arts program at the Baltimore Basilica. Broadcast live on WYPR, 88.1 FM. Tom Hall, conductor. Subsequent performances in Catonsville, MD and Sykesville, MD.
11-7-10: Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you premiered by the Cathedral Choir of Christ Church Cathedral – Nashville, Michael Velting, choirmaster