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Jesu, dulcis memoria broadcast


The Baltimore Choral Arts Society's performance of my Jesu, dulcis memoria was broadcast Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on Baltimore's WMAR-TV, as well as Baltimore's WBJC 92.5, as part of the annual holiday celebration Christmas With Choral Arts.

The End of a Season performed

My setting of Dana Gioia's The End of a Season was presented by soprano Molly Young and pianist Choo Choo Hu in The Peabody Conservatory's Cohen-Davison Theater

Premiere of Jesu, dulcis memoria

The Baltimore Choral Arts society premiered by Jesu, dulcis memoria as part of their annual Christmas With Choral Arts program at the Baltimore Basilica. The concert was broadcast live on WYPR, 88.1 FM. Subsequent performances took place in Catonsville, MD and Sykesville, MD. Tom Hall, conductor.

Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you premiered

My setting of Matthew 5: 11-12 was premiered by the Cathedral Choir of Christ Church Catheral – Nashville. Michael Velting, choirmaster.

Songs listed on Song of America

The End of a Season and Battle Songs listed on Song of America.

Article featured in Lipscomb Now

Article featured in Lipscomb University's Lipscomb Now, the university's magazine for alumni and friends.

Premiere of The End of a Season

The End of a Season (text by Dana Gioia) premiered by soprano Amy Jarman and pianist Jerome Reed at the Christian Scholars Conference. Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN.

Premiere of 6:46

6:46, a work for pre-recorded electronics premiered at the Peabody Conservatory's Griswold Hall

Choral Reading

Jesu, dulcis memoria read by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. Tom Hall, conductor. Baltimore, MD.

Charlotte Observer

Article on Nashville Earshot featured in the Charlotte Observer.

Orchestra Reading

Out of the Depths read by the Peabody Symphony Orchestra. Ryan Haskins, conductor. Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD.

Earshot Blog

Check out my blog on the Nashville Earshot experience at New Music Box, the online magazine of the American Music Center.

Earshot Reading

And After the Dark read by the Nashville Symphony as part of the American Composers Orchestra's Earshot program in partnership with Meet the Composer. Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor. Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, TN.

Choral Reading

In Red Foliage Full of Guitars read by the Peabody Singers. Lee Mills, conductor. Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD.

Choral Premiere

Tenebrae factae sunt premiered by the choir of St. David's Episcopal Church. David Lawrie, choirmaster. Baltimore, MD

BE Orchestra performance

Elegy: music for string orchestra performed by the BE Orchestra. Lee Mills, conductor. St. Ignatius Church, Baltimore, MD.

Piano Premiere

Fanfare in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederic Chopin premiered by pianist David Finney. Trevecca University, Nashville, TN.