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World Premier: Symphony No. 1 - American Modern Orchestra, Mostly Modern Festival
Jun
16
3:00 PM15:00

World Premier: Symphony No. 1 - American Modern Orchestra, Mostly Modern Festival

World premier of Artistic Director, Robert Paterson’s Symphony No. 1. This work was written for the American Modern Orchestra (AMO), featuring maestro David Amado for Mostly Modern Festival

Program
CLAUDE BAKER – Tre Canzone*
ROBERT PATERSON – Symphony No. 1*
Other work(s) TBA

*World Premiere

Program subject to change.

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World Premier: String Quartet No. 2 - Euclid String Quartet
Jun
25
7:30 PM19:30

World Premier: String Quartet No. 2 - Euclid String Quartet

Euclid will be presenting the world premier of Robert Paterson’s String Quartet No. 2 at the 2019 Mostly Modern Festival in the Arthur Zankel Music Center.

Works by Mostly Modern Festival Institute composers, as well as other 21st century works.

Program
Robert Paterson - String Quartet No. 2 (2018-19)
TBD

Program subject to change.

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American Modern Orchestra - Dark Mountains: Mostly Modern Festival
Jun
28
7:30 PM19:30

American Modern Orchestra - Dark Mountains: Mostly Modern Festival

Performance of Dark Mountains by Robert Paterson, as well as American Modern Orchestra, featuring Ward Stare, conductor, and Bradley Adam Bascon, violin, one of the two winners of AMO’s first annual concerto competition.

Program
ROBERT PATERSON – Dark Mountains
*Work by MMF Institute Composer Participant
Intermission
Work TBD

Program subject to change.

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Augustana College - All Paterson Program: Suite from A New Eaarth, Braids, Joy Ride, Tongue & Groove
Mar
29
8:00 PM20:00

Augustana College - All Paterson Program: Suite from A New Eaarth, Braids, Joy Ride, Tongue & Groove

Guest composer at Augustana College, including an all Paterson concert and guest lectures, with Victoria Paterson. Works include Suite from A New Eaarth, Braids, Joy Ride, and Tongue & Groove, as well as a discussion about each piece from the stage.

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Troublesome Gap Festival with Archaea Tree Ensemble
May
17
to May 24

Troublesome Gap Festival with Archaea Tree Ensemble

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Composer-in-residence and performance of The Book of Goddesses at the new Troublesome Gap Festival, a collaborative composer retreat, with the Archaea Tree Ensemble (Erin Brooker, harp, Jennifer Shanahan, flute, and Andy Miller, percussion), hosted at the Azule retreat center, in Hot Springs, N.C.

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James Madison University - Do not stand at my grave and weep, Four Walden Canons
Oct
8
to Oct 10

James Madison University - Do not stand at my grave and weep, Four Walden Canons

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James Madison University Choir performs Do not stand at my grave and weep and Four Walden Canons at James Madison University. as part of the 33rd Annual JMU Contemporary Music Festival. AME and Robert Paterson are guest artists. Tickets can be purchased here.

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Chamber Choir of Europe/Festival Europäische Kirchenmusik - A Dream Within A Dream, Life is But a Dream (World Premieres)
Jul
27
8:00 PM20:00

Chamber Choir of Europe/Festival Europäische Kirchenmusik - A Dream Within A Dream, Life is But a Dream (World Premieres)

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World premiere of two new commissions for the Chamber Choir of Europe conducted by Nicol Matt during the 2011 European Festival of Church Music in Schwäbisch Gemünd, South Germany, on this program entitled "Dreams and Visions." The first piece is entitled Life is But a Dream, a multi-lingual fantasy based on Row, Row, Row Your Boat, the second is entitled A Dream Within A Dream with text by Edgar Allen Poe. This concert will be recorded and broadcast by the SWR-Radio station.

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