January 1: Twelfth Night Festival: Trinity Baroque – Fire Music
Playing baroque percussion on one of my favorite pieces, Handel’s Music for the Royal Fireworks.
Also, Bach, Haydn and a modern work by Michael Daugherty, Fire and Blood for violin and orchestra.
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

January 2: Twelfth Night Festival: NOVUS NY – Gerald Busby at 80
A celebration of Busby’s music including Concerto for Harpsichord and Chamber Orchestra.
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

January 4: Twelfth Night Festival: A Letter of Rights
The U.S. premiere of A Letter of Rights, a cantata by Tarik O’Regan marking
the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. Libretto by Alice Goodman.
Trinity Church, NYC

January 18: NOVUS NY: Opera America Showcase
Excerpts of new operas by Stewart Copeland, Hannah, Lash,Bright Sheng and Sheila Silver.
Trinity Church, NYC

January 23: An American in Paris
Palace Theatre, NYC

February 6An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

February 13: Springfield Symphony: Sinatra Celebration
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

February 24-27Deviant Septet: Residency at University of Missouri
The World Premiere of David Liptak’s Focusing, a Deviant Septet commission that won
the 2013 Sergei Koussevitzky Award from the Library of Congress, selections from A Soldier’s Tale,
Stefan Freund’s The Soldier Dances with Tom Sawyer, and more.
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

March 4-6: Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor played by Gil Shaham,
plus Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite and Haydn’s Symphony No. 83.
Ordway Concert Hall, Saint Paul, MN

March 8-11Deviant Septet: Duke University Residency #2
World Premieres of Duke University composers works paired with the piece that started Deviant Septet,
Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale.
Baldwin Auditorium, Duke University, Durham, NC

March 17: Trinity Church: Concerts at One
Two great works for pianos, percussion and chorus: Stravinsky’s Les Noces,
and the rarely performed Cantata para América mágica by Alberto Ginastera.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

March 20: Lucerne Festival: Boulez Memorial Concert
An orchestra comprised entirely of Lucerne Festival Academy alumni, conducted by Mathias Pintscher.
I’m honored to return to Lucerne for a performance dedicated to Boulez, including his music
and works by Berg and Stravinsky.
KKL Lucerne, Concert Hall, Switzerland

April 9: Deviant Septet: Candlelight Concert Society
Deviant presents Jolivet’s wild Rhapsodie à sept  alongside our signature version of Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale,
playing, narrating and acting the piece by ourselves. We will also be joined by the wonderful Melissa Hughes,
singing the songs of Josephine Baker.
Horowitz Center Smith Theatre, Columbia, MD

April 14-16: Decoda: Residency and Concert at DePauw School of Music
Community engagement, interactive performances and a culminating concert of music
inspired by Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale, including Wynton Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale and more.
DePauw University School of Music, Greencastle, IN

April 21Trinity Church: Concerts at One
Trinity’s “Revolutionaries” series continues, featuring Ginastera’s Cantata Bomarzo (1964),
and Fauré’s exquisite Requiem.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

April 25-27Deviant Septet: Duke University Residency #3
Recording sessions for student compositions.
Durham, NC

April 28-May 1Deviant Septet: Eastman Residency
Workshops with student composers and their music, plus a concert featuring recent music by
by Esa-Pekka Salonen, David Liptak, Brad Lubman, Caroline Shaw and Stefan Freund.
Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY

May 1, 8, 14An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 15:  Trinity Church: Concerts at One
Trinity’s “Revolutionaries” series continues, featuring Ginastera’s Cello Concerto no. 1
performed by Mat Haimovitz, and Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

May 20:  Trinity Church: Concerts at One
Trinity’s “Revolutionaries” series continues, featuring Ginastera’s Psalm 150,
and Beethoven’s immortal Symphony No. 9.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

May 21 & 22An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

May 24: SONOS Chamber Orchestra
Several world premieres on this gigantic concert of music inspired by nature.
Merkin Concert Hall, NYC

May 29An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

June 3: NY Phil Biennial: LIGETI FORWARD, Lucerne Academy Alumni
An amazing program of modern music curated by Jay Campbell, including
Alexandre Lunsqui’s Kinetic Study 2, Unsuk Chin’s Fantasie mécanique,
and Ligeti’s Piano Concerto.
Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, MET Museum, NYC

June 5NY Phil Biennial: LIGETI FORWARD, Lucerne Academy Alumni
On the concluding Ligeti Forward concert, Talea by Gerard Grisey and
Remedy of Fortune by John Zorn are followed by Ligeti’s Violin Concerto.
Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, MET Museum, NYC

June 11: Locrian Chamber Players
A selection of recent chamber music, including Caroline Mallonée’s The Butterfly Effect
and Joji Yuasa’s exquisite Five Haiku from Buson.
Riverside Church, NYC

June 19, 23, 24, July 7An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

July 11-23: Crested Butte Music Festival
Prokofiev, Bizet, Mendelssohn and Puccini’s La Bohème up in the mountains.
Crested Butte, Colorado

July 30, 31An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

August 6: Celebrate Brooklyn Festival: Paola Prestini’s The Hubble Cantata
Prospect Park Bandshell, NYC

August 24An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

September 9-11: Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra: Season Opener
Mozart and Bizet symphonies, with Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 performed by
one of my favorite fiddlers, Patricia Kopatchinskaja.
Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN

September 13-17: Decoda Residency at Furman University
Some good ol’ Stravinsky Soldier’s Tale and more with my friends in Decoda.
Greenville, SC

September 24: Springfield Symphony: A Tchaikovsky Gala
All Tchaik, all the time.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

October 1An American in Paris
The Palace Theatre, NYC

October 16: Ensemble Connect
Schubert’s Winterreise—A Composed Interpretation for Tenor and Small Orchestra,
a fantastic work of imagination that blends Schubert’s music with a modern evocative sound world.
Sir Simon Rattle conducts, Mark Padmore sings, and the concert will be live-streamed at medici.tv!
Zankel Hall, NYC

October 20: NOVUS NY Concerts at One: Reich and Copland
Two American masters with vastly different musical approaches.
Steve Reich’s City Life combines field recordings of city sounds set to music,
and Copland’s Quiet City is a lonely nocturne featuring trumpet and cor anglais soloists.
Trinity Wall Street, NYC

October 22: Deviant Septet Fundraiser and Party!
Come out and support Deviant Septet as we embark on our 2016-2017 season!
Excerpts from our favorite works and some surprises in store.
Renee Weiler Hall, Greenwich House, NYC

October 24-26: Deviant Septet at University of Idaho
Time to fire up the Deviant season! Fully staged L’Histoire du Soldat,
Salonen’s Catch and Release and much more,
including educational concerts.
U of I Auditorium, Moscow, ID

November 5: Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
Awesome concert to kickoff the season: Dvořák’s Carnival Overture,
Nielsen’s Flute Concerto, and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5.
Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover, NH

November 7-9: Deviant Septet: Duke Residency #1
During our first visit to Duke this season, we’ll be reading and workshopping
nine new pieces for the group, written by Duke composition majors.
Duke University, Durham, NC

December 8Interpretations: Music by Robert Ashley and Brian Schober
Mezzo Blythe Gaissert will take on the role of Annie Palmer in Brian Schober’s White Witch,
a monodrama for singer and percussionist, based on a the Jamaican folktale of murder
and voodoo at the Rose Hall Plantation.
Roulette, Brooklyn, NYC

December 9: The Orchestra Now at Carnegie Hall
Music of Shostakovich and Myaskovsky leads to Prokofiev’s ambiguous Symphony No. 6.
Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall, NYC




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