Performance of Deep Blue Ocean for two pianos, featuring Blair McMillen and Stephen Gosling, pianos, in this concert inspired by American Modern Ensemble's Powerhouse Pianists concerts and albums, and directed and curated by Amanda Harberg, composer and pianist.
Righteous Girls (Gina Izzo, flute, and Erika Dohi, piano), perform Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano, Mvt. III (transcribed for flute and piano) on a program at the hime of Tim and Dina Fisher, hosted by Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT.
Performance of Elegy for Two Cellos and Piano on Brooklyn's Neighborhood Classics series, hosted by Simone Dinnerstein. Performers include Mannes School of Music musicians Sarah Rasmussen on piano and Benjamin Fried and Yena Seo on cello.
Performance of The Book of Goddesses for flute, harp and percussion on Joseph Rebman's Graduate Recital at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Joseph Rebman, harp, other musicians TBA.
World Premiere of selected movements from Night Songs, David Neal, bass baritone, Suite from A New Eaarth from the recent Eternal Reflections album sung by the Cayuga Vocal Ensemble, and Batter's Box for tenor and piano, Dan Bates, tenor, with text by Ithaca-based writers Kenny Berkowitz and Bridget Meeds. Performance will take place at the Center for the Arts and will include an on-stage discussion with David Neal and Robert Paterson.
Performance of the Embracing the Wind by the Aureole Trio (Laura Gilbert, flute; Mary Hammann, viola, and Stacey Shames, harp) on Drew University's da Camera Concert Series. All concerts begin at 8:00 pm with a pre concert conversation with the artists at 7:15 pm.
Guest Presenter Lecture: "Thoughts on Composing in Diverse Genres in a Contemporary Landscape. In this lecture, I will discuss a few of my recent works and highlight various advantages and disadvantages with regard to composing for various genres in today's musical landscape."