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

April 10, 11: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Mathias Pintscher conducts Ravel, Fauré, his own composition Celestial Object 1,
and a world premiere from Charles Wuorinen, Megalith for Piano and 15 Players.
Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN

April 18: Rug Concerts
Diller-Quaile School of Music, NYC

April 18: Amor Artis: CHIAROSCURO: Songs of Savonarola
Music from the 1600s to the present day, including the choral work of Luigi Dallapiccola.
St. Michael’s Church, 99th and Amsterdam, NYC

April 25: Springfield Symphony: Season Finale
Killer program for this season finale: Wagner, Rachmaninoff and Stravinsky’s immortal The Rite of Spring.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

May 2 & 3: New Choral Society
Beethoven’s choral masterwork Missa Solemnis.
Hitchcock Presbyterian Church, Scarsdale, NY

May 5: An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 9: An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 28: An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 16: Cantori New York
World premiere of Colombian-American composer Alba Potes’ Pedro Páromo,
the ghostly story of a man’s quest to find his estranged father.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields, NYC

May 23 & 24: An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 28An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 31: Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
Mahler’s incomparable Symphony no. 6.
Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover, NH

June 13An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre

June 27An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre

July 6-11: Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton
Danny Elfman’s multimedia celebration finally arrives in New York after
sold-out runs in Los Angeles and London. Clips from Burton’s films, sketches and other footage
will be accompanied by a live orchestra and choir performing Elfman’s scores.
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC

July 18: Berkshire Choral Festival: Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem
Springfield Symphony joins the Berkshire Choral Festival under the baton of Jane Glover.
Berkshire School, Sheffield, MA

July 19, 22An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre

August 6th – 9th & 29th: An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre

September 19th: Symphony in C: Season Opener
A concert of romantic classics including Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto no. 3 and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no. 4.
Also, a world premiere from Patrick O’Malley, winner of the symphonies 2015/16 Young Composers Competition.
Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ

September 22, 23 & 25An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

October 3: Springfield Symphony: Opening Night Gala
To kickoff SSO’s 72nd season, an evening of of modern classics.
Phillipe Quint plays Sibelius Violin Concerto,
and the orchestra plays Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

October 7 & 10An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

October 16 & 17: The Knights
From Stravinsky to Stockhausen on an eclectic program, joining many old friends,
including Michael Caterisano with whom I’ll play Sollima’s Federico II.
Oct. 16: Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Oct. 17: BRIC House, Brooklyn, NYC

November 2: Donald Byrd & Charles : at the Guggenheim
Following the world premiere with Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Charles Wuorinen’s
Megalith for piano and 15 instruments comes to NYC, and I’m thrilled to revisit my part.
Also, Wuorinen’s Second String Quartet with Byrd’s choreography will be performed by
Fred Sherry Quartet and Spectrum Dance.
Guggenheim Museum, NYC

November 4: Bedford Chamber Concerts
Anthony Newman conducts his own composition Overture in C along with a solo turn
in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, followed by Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2.
St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Bedford, NY

November 7-10: Deviant Septet: Duke Residency
Deviant kicks off the season with the first of our Duke University residency visits!
We’ll be meeting with student composers to read and talk about their music for future concerts.
Duke University, Durham, NC

November 22: U.S. Coast Guard Band: “Coast Guard Band Takes Flight!
Led by the Director of the U.S. Air Force Band Colonel Larry Lang,
the band will perform music inspired by the air and sea,
from John Williams to Benjamin Britten.
Leamy Hall, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT

November 27-29: Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra: Beethoven and Andres
Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 will be paired with the world premiere of
The Blind Banister by Timo Andres.
Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN

December 5: Springfield Symphony: “Home for the Follidays”
You might know what “Follidays” are…but I sure don’t. What I do know is that
someone somewhere will be cracking the whip in Anderson’s Sleigh Ride.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

December 6: Albany Symphony: “The Magic of Christmas
It’s been a couple of years, but I’m glad I’ll be back behind the drum set for some
holiday merriment. Dare I wonder who’ll crack the whip at this show?
Palace Theater, Albany, NY

December 9An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

December 13Rensselaer Orchestra with guests from Albany Symphony
Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9 “From the New World”
EMPAC Concert Hall, Troy, NY

December 18: Amahl and The Night Visitors at The Church of the Transfiguration
Gian-Carlo Menotti’s popular chamber opera performed in the intimate setting
of the famous “Little Church around the Corner.”

December 22 & 24An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC


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