2014 Archive

January 14, 2014 (EUROPEAN PREMIERE): ecce homo will receive its European premiere by the Orchestra UniMi, conducted by Bramwell Tovey, at the Auditorium di Milano Fondazione Cariplo in Milan, Italy.

January 23, 2014: Found Frozen, the title song of the song cycle, will be performed by soprano Carla Huhtanen and pianist Adam Sherkin as part of a “Winter Warmer” artsong programme in the performance space at the Canadian Music Centre Ontario Region in Toronto, Ontario.

February 8, 2014: The Linearity of Light will be performed by the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra, conducted by Shalom Bard, at the George Weston Recital Hall in Toronto, Ontario.

February 13, 2014: Bellatrix will be performed by violinist Nancy Mathis DiNovo in a free recital in von Kuster Hall at the Don Wright Faculty of Music, University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. Programme includes works for unaccompanied violin by Hindemith, Bach, Ryan and Prokofiev. View the UWO concert calendar here.

February 21, 2014: Saturn (study in white) will be performed by pianist Sarah Hagen at Trinity United Church in Peterborough, Ontario. Presented by Kawartha Concerts.

February 22, 2014: Saturn (study in white) will be performed by pianist Sarah Hagen at Gallery 345 in Toronto, Ontario.

February 28, 2014: Saturn (study in white) will be performed by pianist Sarah Hagen in the Dr. Steel Recital Hall at the University of Prince Edward Island in Charlottetown, PEI. Part of the UPEI 13/14 Concert Series.

March 30, 2014: Grace Period will be performed by clarinetist Cris Inguanti at Pyatt Hall in Vancouver, British Columbia. Part of the Sonic Boom Festival.

May 14, 2014 (WORLD PREMIERE): Listen Up! Powell River will be performed by the Powell River Academy of Music Choir/Brooks High School Choir with the Gryphon Trio, conducted by Paul Cummings, at Brooks High School Theatre in Powell River, British Columbia. Part of the Gryphon Trio‘s Listen Up! project, with texts by the students at Brooks High School and Westview Elementary School.

May 15, 2014 (NEW YORK PREMIERE): Grace Period will be performed by clarinetist Christopher Lee at Paul Hall, Juilliard School of Music, in New York, New York, USA.

July 25, 2014 (WORLD PREMIERE): Spaghetti! and So Crumble Into Sand will receive their world premiere performances by Cresilda Arellano, soprano, and Justin Vuong, piano, at the Canadian Music Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Part of the Regent Park School of Music‘s Regent Park Songbook project.

July 26, 2014: Spaghetti! and So Crumble Into Sand will be performed by by Cresilda Arellano, soprano, and Justin Vuong, piano, at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Part of the Regent Park School of Music‘s Regent Park Songbook project.

July 28, 2014: String Quartet #3 (sonata distorta) will be performed by the Cecilia String Quartet at the National Gallery of Canada Auditorium in Ottawa, Ontario. Part of the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival.

July 30, 2014: Bellatrix will be performed by violinist Mark Fewer at Dominion-Chalmers United Church in Ottawa, Ontario. Part of the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival.

September 12, 2014: Bellatrix will be performed by violinist Nancy Mathis DiNovo in a recital at Capilano University in North Vancouver, BC.

September 20, 2014: Soprano Carla Huhtanen and pianist Tim Cheung will perform the climactic aria And So I Killed a Man from The Laurels as part of Tapestry Opera‘s “Arias of Canadian Concern” concert, at the Clock Tower in Campbellford, Ontario. Presented by the Westben Arts Festival Theatre.

October 18, 2014: Elemental will be performed by the Gryphon Trio as part of the Listen Up! NWT launch concert at the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

October 31, 2014: Found Frozen will be performed by soprano Danika Felty and pianist Soeun Lee in Hatch Recital Hall at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.

December 1, 2014 (WORLD PREMIERE): From the Chalice of Becoming will receive its world premiere performance by violinist Conor Stuart and percussionist Ethan Cayko in Craigie Hall at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta.

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