Performances and Events

February 15: Trinity Church Morning Service
Trinity Church, NYC

February 21: NOVUS at Carnegie Hall: Ives and Ginastera
Ives monumental Symphony No. 4 and Ginastera’s rarely performed
modern-day Passion setting Turbae ad passionem gregorianam.
Carnegie Hall, NYC

March 7: Cantori New York
World premiere of Rex Isenberg’s Messiahs False and True,
for chamber choir, organ, bass drum and narrator.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields, NYC

March 8 & 9: Albany Symphony: Spacedance!
Kubrick famously combined dance music with space imagery.
This concert continues that idea with composers such as Bach,
Strauss, Tchiakovsky, Bernstein and Brahms.
Palace Theater, Albany, NY

March 13-15: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
I’m thrilled to be back with SPCO, performing Adams’ Son of Chamber Symphony,
and Klaus Simon’s recent chamber arrangement of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4.
Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN (March 13, 14)
Benson Great Hall, Arden Hills, MN (March 15)

March 21 & 22: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra at Cal Performances
Anders Hillborg’s Clarinet Concerto “Peacock Tails” with Swedish clarinet sensation Martin Fröst,
Adams’ Son of Chamber Symphony and Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 (arr. Simon).
Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley, CA

March 25: Deviant Septet in Seattle
Stravinsky’s Histoire du soldat, Salonen’s Catch and Release.
Town Hall, Seattle, WA

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