February 9, 10: Albany Symphony
Performance and recording of Christopher Rouse’s exotic masterwork Kabir Padvali
for soprano and orchestra.
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY

February 16: The Declassified at Purchase
Kevin Volans’ classic percussion solo She Who Sleeps With A Small Blanket,
Reich’s Grammy-winner Different Trains, Wuorinen’s miniature Spinoff,
and Dvořák’s String Quintet No.2.
The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, NY

February 23: Argento Chamber Ensemble at Dimenna Center
In this Salzburg Biennale preview concert, two U.S. premieres by Georg Friedrich Haas and
Aureliano Cattaneo are presented with a world premiere arrangement of Schumann by Kimmy Setzo.
Dimenna Center, NYC

March 9-11Albany Symphony
Joining the ASO once again on timpani in a program including music by Ortiz and Daugherty,
as well as the classic orchestral showpiece Pictures at an Exhibition.
Palace Theatre, Albany, NY

March 19: Ensemble ACJW plays Messiaen
Messiaen’s evocative masterwork Des canyons aux étoiles… conducted by Robert Spano.
Zankel Hall, NYC

March 21: Tyondai Braxton’s HIVE at Guggenheim Museum
Works and Process presents Braxton’s new project HIVE, a mix of modular synthesizers and acoustic percussion,
performed atop custom-built platforms.
Guggenheim Museum, NYC

March 30 & 31, April 6Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

April 13Rug Concerts at Diller-Quaile
Diller-Quaile School of Music, NYC

April 21Rutgers Percussion Ensemble
Concert includes my own Perception Piece.
Nicholas Music Center, Mason Gross School of the Arts

April 26, 27: NOVUS NY: Stravinsky’s Sacred Works at Trinity Church
This three-day festival presents the complete sacred works of Igor Stravinsky,
from Requiem Canticles and Mass to Symphony of Psalms and The Flood.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

April 30Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

May 4Norwalk Symphony
Fauré’s Requiem and Brahms Violin Concerto in D, played by Ryu Goto.
Norwalk City Hall, Norwalk, CT

May 12OSU Choirs at Alice Tully Hall
Ralph Vaughan Williams’ epic choral work Dona Nobis Pacem.
Alice Tully Hall, NYC

May 13The Orchestra Modern debuts at St. Bart’s
A mix of old and new on this program, from Charles Wuorinen’s Spinoff
to the music of Verdi, Wagner and Stravinsky.
St. Bart’s Church, NYC

May 22The Hearts and Eyes Choir performs Beethoven
From Japan, this special choir will finally realize their dream of performing
Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 on the main stage at Carnegie Hall.
Carnegie Hall, NYC

May 25Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
DSO’s spring concert features Mahler’s Symphony no. 5.
Spaulding AuditoriumHanover, NH

June 5 & 6Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

June 13SONOS at LPR: The Rite of Spring in the Round
Selections from piano transcriptions of Stravinsky ballets, including a performance of
Le Sacre du printemps arranged for four pianos and two percussion. I’ll be joined on percussion by my friend Matt Smallcomb.
Le Poisson Rouge, NYC

June 15Chelsea Music FestivalLights on Baroque at the Dillon
The music of Corelli and Locke is juxtaposed with modern composers including a world premiere by Edmund Finnis.
Dillon Gallery, NYC

July 2013Elizabeth Brown’s “Mirage” released on New World Records!
Newband performs Brown’s piece Seahorse, for theramin and microtonal instruments.

August 28-31Fritz Hauser’s SCHALLMASCHIN MAXIMUS
Ensemble XII will join Synergy Percussion, Speak Percussion and other guests
in realizing the latest development in Hauser’s Schallmaschine series, a semi-improvised sonic experience
performed upon a large and elaborate “machine” at the famed roman theater Augusta Raurica near Basel, Switzerland.
This one-of-a-kind performance marks the return of Ensemble XII after a 5-year hiatus!
Theater Augusta Raurica, Basel, Switzerland

September 1Ensemble XII performs world premiere at Lucerne Festival
Serbian composer Milica Djordjević was chosen by Ensemble XII to compose a monumental new work
on the theme of “Revolution.” Her work Zapis for twelve percussionists will be premiered
along with music by Rick BurkhardtThomas Meadowcroft, and Fritz Hauser.
Lucerne Hall, KKL Lucerne, Switzerland

September 20 & 22: Springfield SymphonyThe Garden of Martyrs, a new opera by Eric Sawyer
A true story of historical injustice taking place in Wilbraham, MA in 1805, this world-premiere opera
dramatizes the murder trial of Dominic Daley and James Halligan.
Academy of Music Theater, Northampton, MA

September 25Symphony in C: “Beauty of China-Show the World
A showcase concert organized by the Sino-American Cultural Council,
featuring collaborations between emerging talent from China, Italy and America.
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC

October 2, 9, 16, 30Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

October 19, 20Albany Symphony
Playing percussion on the world premiere and recording of Aaron Jay Kernis’ concerto
Three Flavors for Piano and Orchestra, with soloist Andrew Russo.
Also, Fauré, Ravel and Schumann’s Symphony no. 3, “Rhenish.”

October 30Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

November 2Rug Concerts
Fun and engaging concerts for young children and their parents.
Diller-Quaile School, NYC

November 9Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
Schumann’s Piano Concerto, Brahms Symphony no. 4.
Hopkins Center, Hanover, New Hampshire

November 13, 15, 29Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

December 7, 8: Albany Symphony: The Magic of Christmas
Happy to join the ASO once again, playing drumset.
Palace Theater, Albany, NY

December 14Ensemble ACJW
A season highlight. Three modern classics: City Life by Steve Reich,
Folk Songs by Luciano Berio (sung by Dawn Upshaw),
and Bartók’s masterwork Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta.
All under the baton of David Robertson.
Zankel Hall, NYC




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