2021

March 7, 2021 (US PREMIERE): Timepieces will be performed by Northern Arizona University faculty (Christine Graham, soprano; Cris Inguanti, clarinet; Shelley Rich and Allison O’Bryant, violins; Jacquely Schwandt, viola; and Mary Ann Ramos, cello) at NAU School of Music’s Kitt Recital Hall in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

March 23, 2021 (WORLD PREMIERE): AfterShock will receive its world premiere performance by pianist Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa in an online recital from The Post at 750 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Part of Vancouver Pro Musica‘s Sonic Boom Festival on YouTube.

April 16, 2021 (WORLD PREMIERE): The Length of a Day will receive its world premiere performance by tenor Colin Ainsworth and pianist Kimberley-Ann Bartczak as part of Solatium, online film/recital from the Baumann Centre, Victoria, British Columbia. Presented by Pacific Opera Victoria.

June 16, 2021 (POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19): Earthshine will be performed by the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Gemma New, in an online broadcast in an Intimate & Immersive concert from Hamilton, Ontario.

September 18, 2021: Miss Carr in Seven Scenes will be performed by mezzo-soprano Veronika Anissimova and pianist Ethan Lacey as part of The Linden Project‘s Synesthesia online recital on YouTube, from Hamilton, Ontario.

September 30, 2021: The Length of a Day will be performed by tenor Colin Ainsworth and pianist Laura Loewen at Trinity United Church in Vernon, British Columbia. Presented by Opera Kelowna.

October 1, 2021: The Length of a Day will be performed by tenor Colin Ainsworth and pianist Laura Loewen at St. Michael’s Cathedral in Kelowna, British Columbia. Presented by Opera Kelowna.

October 3, 2021: The Length of a Day will be performed by tenor Colin Ainsworth and pianist Laura Loewen in Naramata, British Columbia. Presented by Opera Kelowna.

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