In the past, I have made it a personal tradition to send out a Thank You to the musicians who performed my works during the year. But in this surreal year of 2020, when time seems to warp and nothing has been normal, my traditional thanks got overlooked. Now, as live performances seem more precious than ever, I want to send a much belated Thanks.
performances and premieres of my music in 2019.
From Wisconsin to D.C. to New York…
Thanks to these wonderfully gifted musicians
I am so grateful for their skill, sensitivity, and artistry!
Orquestra Sinfônica de Limeira, Rodrigo Müller, conductor, world premiere “Shredding Glass” Teatro Victoria, as part of the “VI Encontro Internacional de Cordas” Limeira, Brazil;
Kinga Augustyn, violin, “An Evening Indigo” & “Frost Vapors“, Wroclaw Old Town Hall, Poland; Kosciuszko Foundation, Washington D.C.; Queens New Music Festival, & Mezzrow, NYC;
Erëmira Çitaku, flute & Cagatay Akyol, harp, world premiere “Imagined Tango” Flute Sound Festival, National Library of Kosovo, Prishtinë, Kosovë;
Jane Boxall, marimba, “Gathering Steam” KM Music Conservatory, Tamil Nadu, India;
2Flutes: Pamela Sklar & Laura Falzon, “Duets for a Duo” “New York Tapestries” CD Release Party & Concert, The Tank, NYC;
Sergio de Oliveria, contrabass, “BaDaBaDaDa” Palacete de Levy, in the “VI Encontro Internacional de Cordas” Limeira, Brazil;
Calvin Wiersman & Conrad Harris, violins, “Night Stream” Locrian Chamber Players, Riverside Church, NYC;
eGALitarian Brass, “Only to Ask” Festival of Women Composers, Spectrum, Brooklyn NY;
Anna Maria Manalo, violin, “An Evening Indigo” Friday Noon Musicales, First Unitarian Meeting House, Madison, WI;
Géraldine Fastré, clarinet & Bruno Ispiola, cello, “A Moment’s Impression” Osmose Intermezzo concert, Bruxelles, Belgium
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