Calendar, 2010

9 Jan 2010. Pre-concert lecture, Pottstown Symphony Orchestra. Interview of conductor Gary White. Bernstein Overture to Candide, Prokofiev Romeo & Juliet, excerpts, Dvorák Symphony No. 8. The Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 7:15 pm lecture, concert 8 pm.

10 Jan 2010. Pre-concert lecture, Pottstown Symphony Orchestra. Interview of conductor Gary White. Bernstein Overture to Candide, Prokofiev Romeo & Juliet, excerpts, Dvorák Symphony No. 8. Ursinus College, 1:15 pm lecture, concert 2 pm.

Jan 2010. Judge, Delaware Valley Philharmonic Youth Composition Competition

27 Jan 2010

Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Lawrence Indik, baritone, Charles Abramovic, piano. Rock Hall, Temple University, 7:30 p.m.

31 Jan 2010

Chant. Thomas Elliott, trombone, Rachel Elliott, bassoon, Samuel Hsu, piano. Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, 6:15 p.m.

15 Apr 2010

The Bremen Town Musicians. Auricolae, two performances, Bushnell Hall, Oxton, UK.

2 May 2010. Lecture/interview on Ferde Grofé’s Café Society, with Gary White, Music Director of the Philadelphia Sinfonia, and dance historian Sharon Skeel. The Bellevue, Philadelphia. 11:30 am.

2 May 2010. Recital lecture on British composers in the Fleisher Collection. The Delius Society. With soprano Jacqueline Smith. 2 pm.

2 May 2010

Diabelli Variation for piano. One of 25 composers to write a variation celebrating Network for New Music’s 25th Anniversary. Settlement Music School, 416 Queen St., Philadelphia, Sunday, 7:30 pm

21 May 2010

Exsultet. Jennifer Montone, horn, Abington Symphony Orchestra, John Sall, Music Director. Abington Presbyterian Church, 8 pm

21 May 2010

Thrice blest. Ensemble Epomeo (Caroline Chin, violin, David Yang, viola, Kenneth Woods, cello). Newburyport Chamber Music Festival, Newburyport, Mass.

22 May 2010

Thrice blest. Ensemble Epomeo. Portland, Me.

5 Jun 2010

The Bremen Town Musicians. Ensemble Epomeo, Moonstone Pre-school, Philadelphia.

6 Jun 2010

The Bremen Town Musicians. Ensemble Epomeo, Newburyport Chamber Music Festival Children’s Concert, Newburyport, Mass.

26 Jun 2010

This Broad Land. Jeffrey Centafont, bassoon, John French, piano. Commissioned by Ursinus College to honor the retirement of President John Strassburger. Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa.

17 Jul 2010

Where flames a word. SATB, text by Paul Celan. The Crossing, Donald Nally, conductor. The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, 8 pm.

8 Sep 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, The Elkins Estate, Animus Music Wednesday Concert Series, Elkins Park, Pa., 7:30 pm.

1 Oct 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, Christ Church First Friday Concert Series, Philadelphia, 8 pm.

22 Oct 2010

Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn, from Vespers. SATB div a 16. Virginia Chorale, Scott Williamson, director. Virginia Beach, Va. 8 pm.

23 Oct 2010

Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn, from Vespers. SATB div a 16. Virginia Chorale, Scott Williamson, director. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Va. 8 pm.

24 Oct 2010

Herr Christ, der einig Gotts Sohn, from Vespers. SATB div a 16. Virginia Chorale, Scott Williamson, director. Williamsburg, Va. 4 pm.

26 Oct 2010. Introduction and Q&A moderator for Alex Ross lecture, Listen to This, Free Library of Philadelphia Author Event

6 Nov 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, Newburyport Chamber Music Festival, Mass.

7 Nov 2010

Behold, the Best, the Greatest Gift. Anthem commissioned by First Presbyterian Church, Phoenixville, Pa. Organ dedication recital, 4 pm.

9 Nov 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, St. Thomas University, Frederickton, Canada

10 Nov 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, The Music Room, Halifax, Canada

12 Nov 2010

Thrice blest. String trio. Ensemble Epomeo, University of Pennsylvania, Amado Recital Hall at Irvine Auditorium, 34th & Spruce, 7:30 pm. Free concert.

12 Dec 2010

Four French Carols. Concord Chamber Orchestra, Jamin Hoffman, conductor. The Basilica of St. Josaphat, Milwaukee, 2 pm.

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