January 7: Time’s Arrow Festival: New Opera from Wachner and Schwendinger
Workshop readings of Laura Schwendinger’s Artemisia (at 1pm) and Julian Wachner’s REV. 23 (at 3pm).
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

January 8: Ferus Festival: Mass Reimaginings Showcase
NOVUS NY and Trinity Choir perform excerpts from new masses by Sarah Kirkland Snider,
Paola Prestini, Daniel Felsenfeld, Jonathan Newman and Julian Wachner.
National Sawdust, Williamsburg, NYC

January 11Time’s Arrow Festival: World Premiere for St. Paul’s Chapel
Zachary Wadsworth’s Spire and Shadow commemorates the 250th anniversary of St. Paul’s Chapel
with a vibrant, colorful score and poetry spanning hundreds of years of NYC history.
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

January 12: Time’s Arrow Festival: Grand Finale
Medieval and Renaissance music is paired with a complete performance of Paola Prestini’s new mass,
The Imaginary World of Wild Order.
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

January 14: Prototype Festival: REV. 23 by Julian Wachner
National Sawdust, Williamsburg, NYC

January 20-22: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Jonathan Biss returns for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, and we’ll present a world premiere concerto
by Sally Beamish, Piano Concerto No. 3 “City Stanzas”.
Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN (Jan. 20, 21)
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Mahtomedi, MN (Jan. 22)

February 4: Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
Claire Chase has programmed a great mix of music inspired by flight, including Dai Fujikura’s Flute Concerto,
Kaija Saariaho’s Terrestre and Thomas Adès’ exquisite Three Studies from Couperin.
Ordway Concert Hall, Saint Paul, MN

February 6-10: Deviant Septet at Duke: Pierrot Premiere
During the second visit to Duke for our 2016/17 residency, we’ll be premiering our very own Deviant™ arrangement of Schoenberg’s modernist classic Pierrot Lunaire, joined by Melissa Hughes.
Nelson Music Room, Duke University, Durham, NC

February 11: Ashley JacksonElectric Lady
Honored to be asked to join my friend Ashley’s recital at Vassar, celebrating her collaborations with female composers.
Along with Anna Urrey we will premiere Peri Mauer’s Pixeliance for flute, harp and marimba.
Skinner Hall of Music, Vassar College, NY

February 19: Deviant SeptetResidency at Rice University
Reading three new pieces for Deviant by student composers and premiering Richard Lavenda’s Shape-Shifter.
Also on the program are a mix of contemporary works written for us, and a little bit of fun from Vinko Globokar.
Duncan Recital Hall, Shepherd School of Music, Houston, TX

March 5: Decoda: Residency at SUNY Purchase
Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale and more in a joint concert with students from the school of music.
Performing Arts Center, SUNY Purchase, NY

March 12: Deviant Septet with Cecilia Chorus: Balliett’s Oedipus
The Balliett Brothers have created a new work for Deviant Septet, choir and soloists, Oedipus the King.
We’ll premiere the new work along with some favorite selections from the Deviant repertoire.
Church of the Holy Trinity, NYC

March 18 & 19: Cantori NY
World premiere of  Tyger Tyger, a new commission by Polish composer Dariusz Przybylski based on the poetry of William Blake.
Church of St. Luke in the Fields, NYC

April 1: Princeton Chapel Choir: Orff’s Carmina Burana
Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ

April 8: Springfield Symphony: Nights in the Gardens of Spain
Classic works from Liszt, De Falla, Saint-Saëns and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

April 11: Springfield Symphony: Youth Concerts
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

April 22, 23: The Orchestra Now
Ligeti’s Violin Concerto, Bartók’s The Miraculous Mandarin, and Dohnányi’s Symphony No. 2.
Fisher Center at Bard College, Annadale-On-Hudson, NY

April 30: American Composers Orchestra: Steve Reich Wall-to-Wall
Capping off a full day of Steve Reich, ACO plays The Desert Music.
Symphony Space, NYC

May 3: Bedford Chamber Concerts
Handel’s Messiah Pt. 3, and the world premiere of Anthony Newman’s Psalm 21.
St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Bedford Hills, NY

May 7: Kyrenia Opera: The Art of Mikis Theodorakis
A concert devoted to the prolific Greek songwriter.
Merkin Concert Hall, NYC

May 11 & 12: Hunter Opera Theater
Kitty Brazelton’s zany and eclectic opera Fireworks.
Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College, NYC

May 13Springfield Symphony: Video Games Live
Performing video game music with a symphony orchestra?
Scratch that off the “unlikely dream comes true” checklist.
Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA

May 18NOVUS NY: Sunken Cathedral
Music on the theme of water justice by Jessica Meyer, and Luna Pearl Woolf,
plus an “award-winning” piece by John Luther Adams which happens to be called Become Ocean.
St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

May 19 & 20NOVUS NY: Glass Symphony no. 5
An epic work (at least, in terms of length) in 12 movements featuring a
mélange of spiritual texts from nearly every world faith,
spanning the past, present and even future.
Trinity Church, Wall Street, NYC

May 27Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
A real treat: Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 2,
Debussy’s exquisite aquatic evocation La mer,
and Ravel’s immortal Boléro.
Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, NYC

May 31, June 1 & 3Hello, Dolly!
Shubert Theatre, NYC

August 2-4, 10, 29Hello, Dolly!
Shubert Theatre, NYC

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