I’m always astonished by how much my classical announcer colleagues know about their field, and he’s one of the pro’s out there. I just got off the phone with him, and his interview of me will introduce the broadcast of Vespers on his Sunday morning show, Classical Music with Ross Amico, on WWFM. He’s playing the entire Vespers, which is a thrill, and it should be on the air sometime after 10 am. Thanks, Ross, thanks, WWFM, and thanks, classical music on the radio!
4 Feb. O Thou Who Camest from Above, St. Margaret Mary, Westwood, Mass.
4 Feb. Meditation on Freu dich sehr, Kurt Knecht, St. Paul’s Episcopal, Kansas City
7 Feb. New York Choral Society, interviewing composer Frank Ticheli and conductor David Hayes for the East Coast premiere of the Ticheli Symphony No. 3 “The Shore,” New York Public Library
27 Feb. Reflection. Ethel Geist, AGO Tuesday Noon Recital, Abington Presbyterian Church, PA
1 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, Brown Middle School, Forney, TX
2 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Plano, TX
4 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Royal Lane Baptist Church, Dallas
27 Apr. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Space Exhibit, Dallas
30 May. The Consolation of Apollo. The 24, University of York, Robert Hollingworth, cond. UK premiere
3 Jun. Susquehanna. Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra
23-34 Jun. New Work. Relâche
30 Jun. The Arc in the Sky. The Crossing