Performance Archive

Summer, 2022: Malvern Winds will revisit the piece I composed for them in 2016- Fear No Evil, for woodwind quintet and piano. Saint Edmund’s College, Malvern, U.K.

Spring, 2022: DBT is composing a new piano trio entitled Late Love for the Galan Trio from Greece, for their tour of the East Coast next spring. Performances at The University of the Arts, Philadelphia; and other places TBA.

Fall 2021: The choir at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church will perform the piece they commissioned- I Lift Up My Eyes, for mezzo soprano, chorus, organ. Jeffrey Brillhart, conductor. Date TBA. Bryn Mawr, PA.

November 19, 2021: Eight Strings & A Whistle will perform Deseo at Tenri Cultural Institute. Suzanne Gilchrest, flute; Ina Litera, viola; Matthew Goeke, cello. New York City.

September 14, 2021: William Gold will peform Because for solo bassoon at his recital at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Glasgow, Scotland.

July 17, 2021: Lara Diaz will perform Paws for solo bass clarinet at the Xacobeo Clarinet Fest, Galicia, Spain.

June 24, 2021: Sergio Urtasun Iriarte (bass clarinet) and Pedro Rodriguez (piano) will have a second performance Edifice as they go for first prize at the Recital Fin De Estudios. Auditorio Fernando Remacha; Pamplona, Spain.

June 4, 2021: Sergio Urtasun Iriarte (bass clarinet) and Pedro Rodriguez (piano) will perform Edifice, at the Recital Fin De Estudios. Auditorio Fernando Remacha; Pamplona, Spain.

May 27, 2021: Eight Strings & A Whistle will perform Deseo at the Parma livestage. Suzanne Gilchrest, flute; Ina Litera, viola; Matthew Goeke, cello. Catalpa Arts Club, New York City.

May 26, 2021: rarescale will perform I Need My Space at City Summer Sounds Festival. Carla Rees, alto flute; Ashley Myall, bassoon. City University of London. U.K.

May 3, 2021: Sergio Urtasun Iriarte (bass clarinet) and Pedro Rodriguez (piano) will perform Edifice at his recital at Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra. Spain.

April 27, 2021: rarescale will perform I Need My Space at their residency at Cardiff University. Carla Rees, alto flute; Ashley Myall, bassoon. Cardiff, Wales.

April 18, 2021: Sam Gurian will perform Paws (bass clarinet solo) at his recital at George Mason University. Virginia, USA.

April 9, 2021: Angus Moore will perform Because (bassoon solo) at his recital broadcast from Western Kentucky University. Bowling Green, KY.

February 14, 2021: DBT has been commissioned by Network for New Music in Philadelphia to compose a vocal piece for the ensemble with guest vocalists for a community collaborative opera between Philadelphia composers and poets on the theme of love stories, to be premiered on Valentine’s Day, at the Joseph E. Coleman Library, Philadelphia, PA. Postponed due to COVID.

January 25, 2021: Istvan Spisak (bass clarinet) and Stefaan Poelmans (piano) will perform Some Rivers and Edifice at The Koninklijk Conservatorium in Brussels. Belgium.

December 6, 2020: Carla Rees and Sarah Watts will perform Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet) at the Midlands New Music Symposium “NottFAR” festival. DBT will part of the online panel to discuss his work. University of Nottingham. U.K.

Fall, 2020: DBT has been commissioned by Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church to compose a new anthem for mezzo soprano soloist with chorus and organ, called I Lift Up My Eyes. Jeffrey Brillhart, conductor. Details TBA. Bryn Mawr, PA, USA. Postponed due to COVID.

This fall the University of the Arts Transfusion Ensemble is making new virtual recordings of I Dream A World, which is scored for the 11-piece ensemble with two vocalists (settings of Langston Hughes in memory of MLK); as well as a virtual recording of DBT’s arrangement of Joe Zawinul’s In A Silent Way.
Also, the Z Band will make a virtual recording of Thomas’ big band chart of his tune Coasting Home. Available soon. Philadelphia.

November 22, 2020: Kendrick Adams and Caleb Crowder will perform Ebb, (bass clarinet and bassoon) at their recital at The University of North Florida. Jacksonville, FL.

November 5, 2020: Own Polkinghorn will perform Because (solo bassoon), at the Sacramento State 2020 Fesitval for New American Music. Sacramento, CA.

October 10, 2020: Lara Diaz will perform Paws, (bass clarinet) at Encontro Feminino de Clarinetistas. Originally planned for a performance in Brazil, this event will now be online. Contact me for details on registering. Brazil.

August 2020: Pablo Ramirez (bass clarinet) will perform Edifice and Ebb on his concert. Mexico City, Mexico.

July 2020: The Salt Lake Choral Artists will perform the new piece they commissioned, Let All The World In Ev’ry Corner Sing, on their tour of Taiwan and China. Details TBA. Postponed due to COVID.

Note: thanks to all of the performers and ensembles that programmed my music for Spring 2020 below. These performances are postponed until the world of live performances resumes. Stay tuned, and stay healthy!

May 28, 2020: Mima Ackers (bass flute) and Romke Jan Wijmenga (bass clarinet) will perform Moment. De Wallse Kerk; Conservatorium van Amsteram, The Netherlands.

May 23, 2020: PRISM quartet will premiere, You Know Me (saxophone quartet). Timothy McAllister, soprano saxophone; Zachary Shemon, alto saxophone; Matthew Levy, tenor saxophone; Taimur Sullivan, baritone saxophone. 8PM. Settlement Music School, 416 Queen Street, Philadelphia, PA. Postponed due to COVID.

Spring, 2020: The chamber chorus Western Voices (conducted by Angela Broeker) will perform In Time Of Silver Rain. Western Washington University; Bellingham, WA. (performance postponed….but virtual video coming soon)

April 20, 2020: Amber Ferguson (bass clarinet) and Shannon Trumpfheller (bass flute) will perform, Moment. University of Colorado. Pueblo, CO.

March 20, 2020: Lara Diaz (bass clarinet) and Juan Francisco (piano) will perform Edifice. The Conservatory of Music of Salamanca. Spain.

Spring, 2020: The clarinet studio of Joshua Kovach will perform Autumn Album (clarinet quartet). The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ.

Spring, 2020: The University of the Arts Transfusion Ensemble will perform I Dream A World; In Memory of Martin Luther King- a two part suite for soprano and tenor voices with 6 horns, piano, vibes, bass, guitar, and drums, based on texts by Langston Hughes. Philadelphia, PA.

February 22, 2020: Salt Lake Choral Artists, will premiere the piece they commissioned, Let All The World In Ev’ry Corner Sing. Libby Gardner Concert Hall, Salt Lake City, UT.

February 21, 2020: Trio Contrastes (Lara Diaz, clarinet/bass clarinet; Marco Pastor, violin; Juan Francisco, piano) will perform, Drift, at The Conservatory of Music of Salamanca. Spain.

February 7, 2020: Gavin Steward (bass flute) and Raymond Brien (bass clarinet) will perform Moment, at The Thinking Minds Project Launch, Royal Holloway, University of London, Boilerhouse; UK.

February 3, 2020: Sandra Schnappauf will perform, Paws (bass clarinet) at The Universität der Künste Berlin (The University of the Arts- Berlin), Germany.

January 25, 2020: Liam McCracken (bass clarinet) and Seth Guy (bassoon) performed Ebb. Grand Ledge High School; Grand Ledge, Michigan.

December 7, 2019: Brandywine Valley Chorale (Jason Throne, conductor) will perform, A Christmas Carol, at their holiday concert Luminous Night. Text by Sarah Teasdale. St. Michael Lutheran Church; Unionville, PA.

December 6, 2019: Croscat Choir, conducted by Cláudio Suzin, will perform, Shepherd’s Song at Christmas. Olot, Spain.

October 27, 2019: Thomas’ quintet will be performing selections from the new CD Faithfulness (a collection of jazz hymn arrangements). Joining DBT are Paul Jost, voice; George Rabbai, trumpet; Micah Jones, bass; Larry Marshall, drums. The Church Farm School; Exton, PA. 7PM

September 20, 2019: Laura Kox (bass flute) and Lizzy Joyce (piano) will perform Elegy for Tu Fu, at her recital. Otley Courthouse, Otley, UK.

August 11, 2019: Trio Contrastes will premiere Drift (violin, clarinet, and piano). Lara Diaz, clarinet; Marco Pastor, violin; and Juan Francisco Vicente, piano. European Clarinet Festival. Camerino, Italy.

June 21, 2019: The Icaris Duo will perform Sketches for Flute and Guitar, at the Cardiff Guitar Festival. Cardiff, Wales.

June 12, 2019: Hannah Shilvock (bass clarinet) and Daniel Ephgrave (bass flute) will perform Moment. Old Royal Naval College. London, U.K.

June 7, 2019: A performance of Squall by Christina Alishaw (flute), Hannah Shivock (clarinet, bass clarinet), and Maya-Leigh Rosenwasser (piano). Greenwich New Music Festival; Greenwich, London. UK.

May 13, 2019: Eleanor Mills will perform Ebb for bass clarinet and bassoon at Royal Northern College of Music, UK.

April 30, 2019: The University of the Arts Z Band will perform a new big band chart of Thomas’ tune Don’t Be A Stranger, from the album Headspace. Philadelphia, PA.

April 30, 2019: Hannah Shilvock (bass clarinet) and Daniel Ephgrave (bass flute) will perform Moment. Chapel of St. Peter and St. Paul. Greenwich, U.K.

April 25, 2019: Missouri Western State University (Elise Hepworth, conductor) will premiere the new three-movement sacred work for chours they commissioned, Above The Sky. Thomas will be in residence to discuss the piece and his compositional process. Saint Joseph, MO.

March 10, 2019: Michael Jorgensen (baritone) and Bonnie Jorgensen (piano) will perform In Paradisium from Little Requiem. Gustavus Adolphus College. St. Peter, Minnesota. USA.

February 26, 2019: A performance of Squall by Christina Alishaw (flute), Hannah Shivock (clarinet, bass clarinet), and Maya-Leigh Rosenwasser (piano). Old Royal Naval College Chapel; Greenwich, London. UK.

January 28, 2019: Marion Garver will perform Steeples in my Soul (alto flute), and Sleeping Lions (solo bass flute) on her recital. San Diego, CA. USA.

January 6, 2019: A performance of A Shepherd’s Song At Christmas. Epiphany Concert at St. John The Evangelist Parish; Annette Dimedio, conductor, Philadelphia.

December 16, 2018: A Shepherd’s Song At Christmas will be performed by the chorus at the Christmas concert at St. John The Evangelist Parish. Conducted by Annette Dimedio. 2PM, Philadelphia.

December 9, 2018: Ruth Molins will perform Carla (alto flute) as part of the Flute At The Hut series. Newtown Community Association Hut; Exeter, UK.

October 28, 2018: Christian Ricketts will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at Stetson University. Lee Chapel. DeLand, Florida.

October 21, 2018: DBT will present a performance of new jazz hymn arrangements from the new CD Faithfulness. The concert will include Paul Jost (voice), George Rabbai (trumpet), Micah Jones (bass), and Larry Marshall (drums). 7PM. Goshen Baptist Church; West Chester, PA.

August 15, 2018: Antonio Rosales and his ensemble will perform Short Suite (alto flute, bassett horn, and bass clarinet) at Cailla del Arte UDLAP- Universidad de las Americas Puebla. Cholula, Mexico.

August, 2018: Alexander Kollias will perform Paws (bass clarinet) at his recital at The University of Hartford, Hartt School of Music recital. Hartford, CT.

July 28, 2018: Simao Francisco will perform Carla (alto flute) at Convento de Cristo- Summer Flute Academy. Tomar, Portugal.

July 18, 2018: DBT will play solo piano arrangements from his new recording project, Faithfulness at the Sizzling Summer outdoor concert series. Calvary Chapel, Delaware County. Chadds Ford, PA.

July 4, 2018: Karoline Schaeferdiek will perform Sleeping Lions (bass flute) at the Intermezzo concert series. Citykirche, Koblenz am Rhein. Germany.

June 10, 2018: Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble will perform In Time Of Silver Rain on their spring concert. Chaequan C. Anderson, conductor. 1876 Sanctuary. Ewing. N.J.

June 5, 2018: Hannah Shivlok will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at The University of Southampton. Southampton, U.K.

June 3, 2018: Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble will perform In Time Of Silver Rain on their spring concert. Chaequan C. Anderson, conductor. Our Mother of Consolation Roman Catholic Church. Philadelphia, PA

May 20, 2018: Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble will perform In Time Of Silver Rain on their spring concert. Chaequan C. Anderson, conductor. Neshanic United Methodist Church, Branchburg, N.J.

May 5, 2018: Matthew Warner will perform Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon) at an Flower Mound High School’s ensemble competition. Flower Mound, TX.

April 26, 2018: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers, conducted by Elise Hepworth. St. Joseph, Missouri.

April 22, 2018: Premiere performance of Close The Windows, on Robert Frost poetry, commissioned by Essex Chamber Music Players. Will Prepastis, baritone; Michael Finegold, flute; Sebastian Baverstam, cello; Constantine Finehouse, piano. Earth Day Concert, Northern Essex Community College; Haverhill, Massachusetts.

April 6, 2018: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at the International Low Flutes Festival, Reston, Virginia, USA.

April 2, 2018: Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble will perform In Time Of Silver Rain on their spring concert. Chaequan C. Anderson, conductor. Ewing, New Jersey.

March 7, 2018: Lauren Blackwood will perform Steeples In My Soul (alto flute) at the Contemporary Flute Studio Recital, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas, USA.

February 12, 2018: Stephanie Wagner will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at the Porto Flute Festival, at Conservatório de Música do Porto, Portugal.

January 25, 2018: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers (conducted by Elise Hepworth). Missouri Music Educators Conference. Osage Beach, Missouri.

December 14, 2017: Sarah Watts and Marcio Pereira will perform Conversation Pieces for two bass clarinets at the European Clarinet Festival. Porto, Portugal.

December 9, 2017: Juan Romero will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at Stephen F. Austin State University, Cole Hall; Nacogdoches, Texas.

December 9, 2017: Brandywine Valley Chorale will perform the piece they recently commissioned, Shepherd’s Song at Christmas. St. Michael Lutheran Church, Unionville, PA.

December 3, 2017: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers (conducted by Elise Hepworth). First Presbyterian Church; Saint Joseph, Missouri.

December 2, 2017: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers (conducted by Elise Hepworth). Christ Episcopal Church; Saint Joseph, Missouri.

December 1, 2017: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers (conducted by Elise Hepworth). Ashland United Methodist Church; Saint Joseph, Missouri.

November 30, 2017: Gloria Patri will be performed by Missouri Western State University Chamber Singers (conducted by Elise Hepworth). Saint Francis-Xavier Church; Saint Joseph, Missouri.

November 27, 2017: Reginald Pindell and Annette DiMedio will perform Little Requiem (baritone voice and piano). The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

November 21, 2017: Hannah Shilvock and Daniel Keen will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano). Romsey Abbey, U.K.

November 10, 2017: Hannah Shilvock and Daniel Keen will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano). Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton, U.K.

September 13, 2017: Reginald Pindell (baritone) and Annette DiMedio (piano) will perform “In Paradisum” from Little Requiem. The University of the Arts Vocal Department Recital. Philadelphia, PA.

September 10, 2017: Thiago Tavares and Jefferson Souza will perform Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon) live on Brazil TV.

August 12, 2017: Carla Rees will perform Carla (alto flute) at The National Flute Association Convention, Minneapolis, MN; USA.

August 9, 2017: Premiere Fear No Evil (woodwind quintet and piano). Malvern Winds Ensemble. St. Edmund’s College, Malvern College. Malvern, U.K.

August 2, 2017: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at rarescale’s summer series at Harlaxton Manor, UK.

July 25, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. Auditori, Pau Casals Hall, Barcelona, Spain.

July 25, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.

July 24, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. Montserrat Abbey, Montserrat, Spain.

July 23, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. Esglesia de l’escola Pia Church, Olot, Spain.

July 23, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. Auditorio, Oriol Martorell Hall, Barcelona, Spain.

July 22, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the World Symposium on Choral Music. La Seu Vella Church, Lleida, Spain.

July 21, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the Tarragona Singing Week Festival. Final Concert with Combined Choirs and Orchestra, Tarragona, Spain.

July 20, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the Tarragona Singing Week Festival. Workshop Concert, Tarragona, Spain.

July 18, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the Tarragona Singing Week Festival. St. Peter Church, Cambrils, Spain.

July 17, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the Tarragona Singing Week Festival. Claustre del Sagrat Cor in Tarraconense Cultural Center, Tarragona, Spain.

July 16, 2017: Salt Lake Choral Artists, Brady Allred conducting, will perform The Call at the Tarragona Singing Week Festival. Convent de les Arts, Alcover, Spain.

July 26, 2017: Performance of Conversation Pieces (two bass clarinets) played by Osiris Molina and Sarah Watts; The International Clarinet Association ClarinetFest 2017. Orlando, Florida.

July 4, 2017: Carla Rees will perform Carla (alto flute) at The Costa Rica Flute Festival. San José, Costa Rica.

June 15, 2017: Premiere of The Call (SATB chorus) at the American Guild of Organists Conference, Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Salt Lake Choral Artists; Brady Allred, conductor. Salt Lake City, UT.

June 7, 2017: Marjolein Schipper will perform Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon), at Splendor, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

June, 2017: Thiago Tavares will perform Paws (bass clarinet solo) on his concert in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

May 23, 2017: Jonathanne Silva will perform Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon), at New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL, USA.

May 7, 2017: Performance of Syzygy (flute, bass clarinet, and bassoon) at Royal North College of Music Wind Day, Manchester, UK.

May 6, 2017: Marion Garver will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at the Big Flutes concert, hosted by the Flute Club of Calgary. Knox United Church, Calgary, Canada.

April 26, 2017: Performance of Contemplations (soprano, flute, cello, and piano) by Essex Chamber Music Players. Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill, Massachusetts.

April 24, 2017: Performance of Little Requiem by Reginald Pindell (baritone) and Annette Dimedio (piano). The Composer Speaks, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

March 1, 2017: Carla Rees will perform the solo alto flute piece, Carla, at National Physical Laboratory, Teddington Town, U.K.

February 24, 2017: High School student Takato Tonomura performed Paws (solo bass clarinet) for a performance competition and won first prize! Shobi High School, Shizouka, Japan.

February 18, 2017: Franck Leblois will perform Because (bassoon solo) at his concert of works for bassoon inspired by French painters, at Angoulême City Conservatory, France.

February 14, 2107: Paths for alto flute and guitar will be performed by Johanna Silberma and Étienne Déziel. Université de Sherbrooke; Quebec, Canada.

January 8, 2017: Simão Francisco will peform Carla (alto flute solo) at ESART, Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco, Lisbon, Portugal.

December 14, 2016: O Magnum Mysterium will be performed at Atlantic City High School. Chaz Flud, conductor, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

November 30, 2016: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at a concert of new music for contrabass flute and electronics, at The Hug and Pint, Glasgow, Scotland.

November 29, 2016: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at a concert of new works for the instrument, at The Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

November 28, 2016: Thomas will present his work for “The Composer Speaks,” including a performance of Little Requiem by Reginald Pindell, baritone; and Annette Dimedio (piano). The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

November, 2016: Durban Chamber Choir will perform O Magnum Mysterium, Dr. Christopher Cockburn, conductor. South Africa.

November 5, 2016: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) as part of the IKLECTIK concert series, London, U.K.

September 14, 2016: Franck Lelois will play Because (bassoon) at his concert of works for bassoon inspired by French painters, in Mansie, Charente, France.

August 6, 2016: Edifice will be performed by Sebastián Tozzola (bass clarinet) and Cecilia Frias (piano). The Biblioteca Argentina Para Ciegos, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

August 3, 2016: I Need My Space will be performed by Carla Rees (alto flute) and Ashley Myall (bassoon), at Harlaxton Manor, UK.

June, 2016: Brady Allred will conduct the choral piece In Time Of Silver Rain in Taiwan, China.

June 15, 2016: A special evening of music in which Thomas will team up with David Kim, the concert master of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The concert will consist of performances from Thomas’ CD Deep, Deep Love with Paul Jost, voice; George Rabbai, trumpet; Micah Jones, bass; and Larry Marshall, drums– and performances with David Kim of classical and spritual repertoire. Calvery Chapel, Delaware County. Chadds Ford, PA.

May 22, 2016: Cellist Michal Schmidt will perform Sonata for Cello Solo at her tribute concert, Philadelphia, PA.

April 27, 2016: The ITS Student Choir will perform Gloria Patri. Indonesia.

April 24, 2016: Renzo Decarlo is performing Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at his recital, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

May 5, 2016: Alex Fritz is performing Paws, (bass clarinet), at his recital at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois.

May 1, 2016: DBT will be joined by Philadelphia Orchestra concertmaster violinist David Kim, for new arrangements of hymns, at Goshen Baptist Church, West Chester, PA.

April 14, 2016: Lara Diaz will play Paws (bass clarinet), at her concert in Spain.

March 4, 2016: Steff Milne is performing Carla (alto flute) at her flute recital. Royal Holloway, University of London. London, UK.

February 10, 2016: rarescale will perform I Need My Space, (alto flute and bassoon). Carla Rees, alto flute; Ashley Myall, bassoon. 7:30PM, The Forge, London, UK.

December 12, 2015: The Concordia Chorale will perform the piece they co-commissioned, Shepherd’s Song At Christmas. John Balme, conductor. Belford, NJ.

December 12, 2015: Carla Rees will perform Sleeping Lions (contrabass flute) at a concert of new music at Holy Trinity Church, Boars Lane, Leeds, U.K.

November 9, 2015: The Unionville High School Chorus will premiere the choral piece they commissioned, You Are Mine. Jason Throne, conductor. Unionville, PA.

November 7, 2015: Sebastián Tozzola and Cecilia Frias will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at Asociación Amigos de la Música. 7PM. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

October 17, 2015: Sebastián Tozzola and Cecilia Frias will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at Biblioteca para Ciegos. 5PM. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

October 13, 2015: The University of the Arts Transfusion ensemble will perform Thomas’ arrangement of Joe Farrell’s tune “Moon Germs.” Caplan Recital Hall, Broad Street. Philadelphia, PA.

September 20, 2015: rarescale will perform Sketches for Flute and Guitar. Carla Rees, flute; David Black, guitar. Brixworth Festival, U.K.

August 9, 2015: Thomas will be in residence with the Cuillin Sound trio, who will perform Syzygy (Dana Morgan, flute; Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Laurence Perkins, bassoon) as part of a concert during their summer wind chamber music course. Malvern, UK.

August 7, 2015: A second concert event at Harlaxton Manor with the rarescale ensemble. Carla Rees will perform a new work, Sleeping Lions, for contrabass flute. And Stephanie Milne will perform Steeples in my Soul, for alto flute. Harlaxton Manor, Grantham, UK.

August 5, 2015: Thomas will be in residence with the British rarescale ensemble for their summer workshops and performances. Performance of Carla, (Carla Rees, alto flute); and Moment, (Carla Rees, bass flute; Sarah Watts, bass clarinet). Harlaxton Manor, Grantham, UK.

July 24, 2015: A performance of O Magnum Mysterium, conducted at a choral conference masterclass by Gonçalo Lourenço. Portugal.

July 23, 2015: Cuillin Sound will perform Ebb (Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Laurence Perkins, bassoon), at the International Clarinet Festival in Madrid, Spain.

June 18-25, 2015: Carla Rees will peform Carla (alto flute) at the Canadian Flute Association Convention. Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.

May 8, 2015: DBT and Paul Jost will perform selections from the CD Deep, Deep Love at a benefit concert to help raise money for a missions trip to Africa at Providence Church; West Chester, PA.

May 5, 2015: rarescale is performing Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet). Carla Rees, bass flute; Sarah Watts, bass clarinet. Royal North College of Music. Manchester, England.

May 2, 2015: Ryan Peteraf, baritone, will be performing selections for Little Requiem. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

April 24, 2015: Laura Campell (bass clarinet) and Debbie Lee (bassoon) will perform Ebb at Raasay Music Festival, Scotland.

April 14, 2015: The University of the Arts Z Band will perform a new big band chart on an original tune, called Waltz My Way. Matt Gallagher, director. Philadelphia, PA.

April 12, 2015: Thomas’ quintet will perform music from CD Deep, Deep Love at Goshen Baptist Church; West Chester, PA. The CD and program features hymn arrangements and reharmonizations for jazz ensemble, featuring Thomas on piano with Paul Jost (voice), George Rabbai (trumpet), Micah Jones (bass), and Larry Marshall (drums). West Chester, PA.

April 8, 2015: The Transfusion Ensemble will play Thomas’ arrangement of Herbie Hancock’s “Eye Of The Hurricane.” Chris Farr, director. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

March 27, 2015: Trillium Ensemble performs Squall. Elise DePasquale, flute/piccolo; Rachael Stutzman, clarinet/bass clarinet; Katie Palumbo, piano. American University, 8PM, Washington D.C.

March 22, 2015: Thomas’ quintet will perform music from CD Deep, Deep Love at First Presbyterian Church, in Pitman, NJ. DBT (piano), Paul Jost (voice), George Rabbai (trumpet), Micah Jones (bass), and Larry Marshall (drums). Pitman, NJ.

February 8, 2015: Lia Uribe (bassoon) and Allison Storochuk (bass clarinet) of the Diamante Trio will play Ebb. Pittsburg State University, Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall. Pittsburg, Kansas.

February 7, 21015: Lia Uribe (bassoon) and Allison Storochuk (bass clarinet) of the Diamante Trio will play Ebb. Missouri State University. Sprinfield, Missouri.

February 5, 2015: Lia Uribe (bassoon) and Allison Storochuk (bass clarinet) of the Diamante Trio will play Ebb. University of Arkansas, Stella Boyle Smith Recital Hall. Fayetteville, Arkansas.

December 19 and December 20, 2014: Brady Allred will conduct Salt Lake Choral Artists in two performances of Shepherd’s Song At Christmas, a piece they co-commissioned. St. Ambrose Catholic Church; Salt Lake City, UT.

December 9, 2014: Cuillin Sound will premiere Syzygy. Dana Morgan, flute; Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Laurence Perkins, bassoon. Skipton Music Society, Town Hall, Yorkshire, UK.

December 6, 2014: Brandywine Valley Chorale performs Shepherd’s Song At Christmas, the piece they co-commissioned, for chorus and piano. Jason Throne, conductor. St. Michael Lutheran Church, 7:30PM, Unionville, PA.

December 2, 2104: The University of the Arts Z Big Band will perform “Coasting Home,” a big band chart on an original composition. Philadelphia, PA.

November 23, 2014: The chamber chorus Vocal Ensemble Novafonie will perform In Time Of Silver Rain in Holland.

November 20, 2014; The University of the Arts chorus will perform Shepherd’s Song at Christmas, for chorus and piano. 8PM, St. Luke’s Church, Philadelphia, PA.

November 14-16, 2014: ffourtissimo clarinet quartet will perform Autumn Album at the International Clarinet Association conference at Ohio State University, Ohio.

November 2, 2014: ffourtissimo clarinet quartet will perform Autumn Album at Mount Zion United Church, 2:30PM, London, Ontario, Canada.

October 31, 2014: Cuillin Sound will perform Ebb. Sarah Watts, bass clarinet and Laurence Perkins, bassoon. Birnam Institute, UK.

October 30, 2014: Brady Allred will conduct In Time Of Silver Rain at the Danish Choral Conductor Association conference. Copenhagen, Denmark.

October 29, 2014: Trillium Ensemble performs Squall. Elise DePasquale, flute/piccolo; Rachael Stutzman, clarinet/bass clarinet; Katie Palumbo, piano. Artful Wednesday series, 12:00PM, University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA.

October 26, 2014: Network for New Music will present a new piece for their 30th Anniversary event, co-written by 30 Philadelphia composers called “Made By All And Not By One”: Exquisite Corpse Project. Each composer will compose 6-8 measures, after seeing only the last measure composed by the previous composer. The piece is scored for flute, violoncello, and piano. Settlement Music School, Philadelphia.

October 24, 2014: Trillium Ensemble premieres Squall. Elise DePasquale, flute/piccolo; Rachael Stutzman, clarinet/bass clarinet; Katie Palumbo, piano. 4PM, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA.

October 5, 2014: Eric Boucher (clarinet/bass clarinet), Franck Leblois (bassoon) and Guillaume Coussy (flute/alto flute/piccolo) will perform Moment, and Syzygy during the chamber music festival: Egliuse de Lignières -Sonneville, France.

October 3, 2014: Cuillin Sound will perform Ebb for bass clarinet and bassoon at Bristol University’s lunchtime series, England.

September 28, 2014: Ebb for bass clarinet and bassoon, and “Autumn Album” for clarinet quartet will both be performed at the chamber music festival in the city of Angoulême, for their “Americas” themed concerts. Eric Boucher, bass clarinet; Franck Leblois, bassoon. France.

August 16, 2014: rarescale will perform I Need My Space (alto flute and bassoon) at the Colourscape Festival, England.

August 7, 2014: Beverly Troup will perform Steeples In My Soul (alto flute) at her “Poetic Flutes” recital. Mayfield Church of Christ, 7PM; Huntsville, Alabama.

June 6, 2014: Jérémy Oberdorf will perform Paws (bass clarinet) at the High School of Music, Place Neuve. Genèva, Switzerland.

June 5, 2014: The ffourtissimo clarinet quartet will perform Autumn Album, at Mount Zion United Church. 7PM. London, Ontario; Canada.

May 8, 2014: Angela Donnelly will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at Royal North College of Music. Manchester, UK.

May 7, 2014: Fie Schouten and Petra Stump will perform Conversation Pieces (two bass clarinets). The University of Vienna Fanny-Hensel-Mendelssohn-Saal as part of the concert: “Abend der außergewöhnlichen Instrumente.” Vienna, Austria.

April 23, 2014: Quartz Ensemble will perform Short Suite (alto flute, alto saxophone, and bass clarinet) at the Festival Cultural de Zacatecas. Mexico.

April 19, 2014: Henri Bok and Pieter Nuytten will perform Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon) at the Ghent Bassoon Festival. Belgium.

April 13, 2014: The Philadelphia Chorus will perform In Time Of Silver Rain at their spring concert. Raquel Garcia, conductor. Trinity Center of Urban Life, 22nd and Spruce Sts. Philadelphia, PA.

April 9, 2014: DBT faculty recital, including the premiere of a new vocal work entitled Little Requiem for baritone and piano in memory of those lost in Newtown, CT (performed by Reginal Pindell, baritone; and Annette Dimedio, piano); and jazz tunes from the new album Headspace featuring Joel Frahm on saxophone, John Swana on EVI, Matt Davis on guitar, Micah Jones on bass, and Erik Johnson on drums. Caplan Recital Hall, 8PM. The University of the Arts; Philadelphia, PA.

April 8, 2014: Performance of Fine Tune (bass clarinet and 8 percussionists). Calvin Falwell (bass clarinet) with the West Chester University Percussion Ensemble; Ralph Sorrentino, conductor. Commissioned by Keith Koons at The University of Central Florida; Calvin Falwell at The University of Florida; and Ralph Sorrentino at West Chester University. 8:15PM. West Chester, PA.

April 5, 2014: Cuillin Sound will play Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon) as part of their “Music and Words” program. Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Laurence Perkins, bassoon. Lochan Arts, Scotland.

Spring 2014: Matthias Hofer and Manami Sano will be performing Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at their concert in Germany.

March, 2014: Performance of Paws (bass clarinet) by Angela Donnelly. UK.

March 26, 2014: “Slow, Fresh Fount” from the Poems of Ben Johnson song cycle will be performed by Nick Trawick and Langston Massey-Jefferson, with John Dulik, piano. The University of the Arts Vocal Department recital, Caplan Hall, Philadelphia, PA.

January 26, 2014: Carole Bean will perform Whim (solo flute) as part of the Verge Ensemble’s Modern Mystics concert. Corcoran Gallery of Art, Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium, 4PM, Washington, D.C.

October 19, 2013: Salt Lake Vocal Artists will perform Gloria Patri in Hawaii, on their way home from their tour of Japan.

October 12-17, 2013: Salt Lake Vocal Artists will perform Gloria Patri; October 12-14 at the Karuizawa Festival; October 15 in Tokyo; October 16 in Nagano; and October 17 in Nagoya. Japan.

October 3, 2013: Salt Lake Vocal Artists, conducted by Brady Allred, will premiere Gloria Patri in Salt Lake City, UT.

September 15, 2013: rarescale will perform Short Suite (alto flute, English horn, and bass clarinet) at the Colourscape Music Festival on Clapham Common, London, England.

July 16, 2013: DBT’s jazz sextet will perform a free concert of six new compositions in preparation for a CD recording. John Swana, EVI; Chris Farr, saxophones; Matt Davis, guitar; Micah Jones, bass; Erik Johnson, drums. Caplan Recital Hall, Terra Building, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

July 6-7, 2013: Piano Duo Polyhymnia will perform Conundrum (two pianos). Eric and Catherine Thompson, pianos. San Francisco, CA.

May 28, 2013: Lucy Geddes will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at The University of Manchester, England.

May 28, 2013: James Noble and Sarah Bennett will play Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet) at Royal North College of Music; Manchester, England.

May 26, 2013: The St. Louis Chamber Chorus will perform Chanting to Paradise. Philip Barnes, director. St. Francis de Sales Church, St. Louis, Missouri.

May 15, 2013: Ensemble Quartz (Anibal Robles, alto flute; Rodrigo Garibay, alto saxophone; Antonio Rosales, bass clarinet) will perform Short Suite at a festival of music in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

April 29, 2013: Premiere of Tarry Not, by Terry Klinefelter, piano. West Chester University, PA.

April 25, 2013: Performance of De Profundis, by The University of the Arts Chorus. Jeff Kern, conductor. St. Lukes Church, Philadelphia.

April 25, 2013: Thomas will give a jazz masterclass at the Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School Center for Performing Arts. Ryan Kuhns, bass; Fred Biondi, drums.

April 14, 2013: Performance of Elegy for Tu Fu (bass flute and piano). Kathleen Purcell, bass flute; Michael Tierra, piano. Concerts at St. John’s; Santa Cruz, CA.

April 11, 2013: Lucy Geddes will perform Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) at a recital in Surrey, England.

March 20, 2013: Jennifer Piper will perform Whim (solo flute), at The University of Hartford, Berkman Recital Hall, Connecticut.

March 3, 2013: Premiere of clarinet quartet Autumn Album. Performed by Ensemble 54, Delaware County Community College, 3PM. Media, PA.

February 13, 2013: Brady Allred will conduct the chorus Vox Gaudiosa in a performance of In Time of Silver Rain. Tokyo, Japan.

January 2013: Ulrike Warnecke will perform Three Pieces for Clarinet and Piano at the Jugend Musiziert competition in Germany.

December 20, 2012: The chorus at North Andover High School will perform the piece they commissioned To My Dear Children on their holiday concert. North Andover, Massachusetts.

December 6, 2012: Performance of Ditty of First Desire for women’s chorus, by The University of the Arts women’s ensemble. Jeff Kern, conductor. St. Luke’s Church, Philadelphia. 8PM.

December 1, 2013: a second performance of Fine Tune for bass clarinet and 8 percussionists. Calvin Falwell and the McCormick Percussion Ensemble, Tampa, FA.

Fall 2012: The chorus Coro de Cámara Ainur will perform In Time Of Silver Rain on the Canary Islands, Spain.

Fall 2012: Thomas will ajudicate choral submissions for Choral Festival of Spiritual Music organized by Jeunesses Musicales International, to be held on November 29-December 2, 2012. Thomas’ De Profundis and In Time Of Silver Rain will be on the list of compulsory pieces from which choruses will choose to perform. Croatia.

November 13, 2012: Performance and recording of Fine Tune (bass clarinet and 8 percussionists). Performed by Calvin Falwell (bass clarinet) and the McCormick Percussion Ensemble, University of South Florida. Commissioned by Keith Koons at The University of Central Florida; Calvin Falwell at The University of Florida; and Ralph Sorrentino at West Chester University.

October 26, 2012: Premiere of Fine Tune (bass clarinet and 8 percussionists). Keith Koons, bass clarinet; and The University of Central Florida Percussion Ensemble. Commissioned by Keith Koons at The University of Central Florida; Calvin Falwell at The University of Florida; and Ralph Sorrentino at West Chester University.

October 21, 2012: Performance of With You Still (SATB chorus) at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church; Jeffrey Brillhart, conductor. Bryn Mawr, PA.

September 30, 2012: Two pieces that are based on texts by Anne Bradstreet will be performed at her 400th birthday concert, in her hometown of Andover, Mass. The commissioning groups will perform them: Contemplations (soprano, flute, cello, and piano) wil be performed by the Essex Chamber Music Players, and To My Dear Children (SATB chorus) will be performed by The North Andover High School Chorus. Happy Birthday, Anne!

September 9, 2012: a repeat of the Musical Associates August 25th program. First Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, PA.

August 25, 2012: Thomas will appear with the chorus The Musical Associates, premiering a Dieu for chorus and improvised piano. Also on the program is Thomas’ “In Time Of Silver Rain.” Lancaster Church of the Brethren; Lancaster, PA.

August 6, 2012: Premiere of Ebb (bass clarinet and bassoon), by Cuillin Sound. Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Laurence Perkins, bassoon. Malvern College, England. They will also be playing Ebb at their summer course in France.

July 2012: Brady Allred will conduct In Time Of Silver Rain (SATB chorus) in Briancon, France, at the ChorAlp Festival in the French Alps.

June 14, 2012: Arthur Krieck (tenor) and Aaron Likness (piano) will perform Poems of Ben Jonson. 7:30PM at The Church of St. Stephen of Hungary, on 82nd Street between First Avenue and York Avenue, New York City.

June 1, 2012: Carla Rees will premiere Carla (alto flute solo), at Shoreditch Church, London, UK.

May 16, 2012: rarescale will perform Elegy for Tu Fu at the Arcomis Flute Album launch. Carla Rees, bass flute; Steven Kings, piano. London, UK.

May 11, 2012: rarescale perform Sketches for Flute and Guitar. Carla Rees, flute; David Black, guitar. The Harlaxton Summer Music Series, London, UK.

March 24, 2012: A live jazz concert will take place in West Chester, PA of selections from the CD Jazz Portrait, featuring Thomas on piano and players from the recording: Ron Kerber (saxophones), Micah Jones (bass), and Erik Johnson (drums). Also included in the program are several spirituals newly arranged by Thomas for jazz ensemble. Goshen Baptist Church, West Chester, PA.

March 22, 2012: Dieu (for chorus and Thomas piano improvisations) will be read at the choral readings workshop held by The Gregg Smith Singers. The Little Church Around The Corner, NYC.

March 15, 2012: Performance of Lost Light for soprano and string quartet by Minkyung Yang, soprano. Sala medaglione of Conservatorio St. Cecilia; Rome, Italy.

February, 2012: The Vista Trio will continue to play selections from Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet) in workshops for special needs students. Sheffield, England.

December 16, 2011: Mimi Stillman will perform Whim for solo flute at a concert held at the FYE Music store. The store is on the corner of Broad Street and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA. 1PM.

November 23, 2011: rarescale will perform Sketches for Flute and Guitar, Carla Rees, flute, and David Black, guitar. St. Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, London, UK. 7:30PM.

November 19, 2011: Performance of Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet) by the Vista Trio, at Warrington Arts Council Initiative for the Development of Music, England.

November 11, 2011: Donna Gross Javel and Bonnie Anderson will perform Short Sonata for Four Hands in Boston, as part of their Anything Piano Living Composers Project series.

November 9, 2011: Performance of Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet) by the Vista Trio, at The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Concert series, England.

October 23, 2011: Premiere of Deseo for flute, viola, and cello; by The Essex Chamber Music Players. Boston, Massachusetts.

October 21, 2011: Performance of Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet) by the Vista Trio, at Bridgewater Hall, part of the Live Music Now series, England.

October 18, 2011: Performance of The Island for women’s chorus (texts by Langston Hughes), by FemmeVocal. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Divina Providencia. Santiago, Chile.

September 25, 2011: Performance of Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet) by the Vista Trio, at the Didsbury Arts Festival, England.

September 18, 2011: Performances of selections from the new CD Odyssey: 11 American Premieres for Flute and Piano by Mimi Stillman and Charles Abramovic at World Cafe Live (as part of their Classical Connections series). Whim is one of ten pieces featured on the CD. Brunch at 11am, concert at noon. Philadelphia, PA.

September, 2011: Salt Lake Choral Artists will perform In Time Of Silver Rain at the Concordia Vocis Festival (in Cagliari, Sardengna); and at the International Choral Competition in Arrezo (59th Concorso Polifonico Internazionale Guido D’Arezzo), Italy.

September 15, 2011: Premiere of Paws (bass clarinet), performed by Sarah Watts, at the benefit concert for Carla Rees, international flutist who lost her home in the riots of London. London, UK.

August 8th and 10th, 2011: Salt Lake Choral Artists will be premiering In Time Of Silver Rain (Langston Hughes text) at the World Choral Symposium, in Perto Madryn, Argentina.

July 21, 2011: Conversation Pieces (two bass clarinets) will be performed in Avila, Spain, at the “Bass Clarinet Extravaganza.” Performance by Sergio Fernandez and Eduardo Molino.

May 18, 2011: The chorus at North Andover High School, Massachusetts, will be performing the piece they commissioned To My Dear Children at their school concert. Sara Durkin, director.

May, 2011: Jeffrey Solow will be playing Sonata For Solo Cello during his tour of China, in Beijing and Chengdu.

April 5, 2011: Thomas will be traveling to Santiago, Chile, to work with the students and faculty at the ProJazz school. If it is like the last trip, it will include masterclasses, performances, and amazing meals.

April 4, 2011: Premiere of a new choral work To My Dear Children commissioned by North Andover High School, Massachusetts. Text by Anne Bradstreet. Directed by Sara Durkin. Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, NYC.

February 15, 2011: Faculty recital at The University of the Arts, featuring both classical and jazz compositions. On the program are selections for jazz quintet inspired by James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (performed by Thomas and faculty members Ron Kerber, Kevin Hanson, Micah Jones, Erik Johnson); the premiere of Duo For Cello and Piano (performed by cellist Jeffrey Solow, and pianist Matthew Bengtson); and a performance of the a capella piece O Magnum Mysterium (by the chorus N’Zehn, conducted by Jeffrey Kern). Caplan Recital Hall, 7PM.

January 24, 2011: Premiere of Conundrum (two pianos). Terry Klinefelter and Igor Resnianski, pianos. Also two-piano works by Haskell Small, Lutoslawski, and others. West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

January 8 and January 10, 2011: Performances in Israel of Imagined Corners, for chorus, soloists, harp, and alto flute; commissioned and performed by Naked Voices; Tamir Chasson, director. January 8th performance: Anglican Church, Ramleh; January 10th performance: Tel Aviv University. Also on the program, my O Magnum Mysterium, and works by Britten, Tallis, Purcell, and others.

December 25, 2010: a Christmas day performance of O Magnum Mysterium. Naked Voices chorus, Tamir Chasson, director. Israel.

December 12, 2010: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium. Sacred Music Society of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs. David Close, director. New York, NY.

December 8, 2010: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium. Community College of Philadelphia Chorus; Robert A.M. Ross, director.

December 6, 2010: Performance of my arrangement of “Bodhisattva” for the 10-piece Transfusion Ensemble at The University of the Arts, in Philadelphia. The concert is made up entirely of Steely Dan arrangements, directed by Erik Johnson.

November 20, 2010: Premiere of To Know Just How He Suffered Would Be Dear (text by Emily Dickinson). Commissioned and performed by The Gregg Smith Singers; St. Peter’s Church, Lexington Avenue and 54th Street, New York City.

November 14, 2010: Premiere of With You Still for chorus. Commissioned by Betsy Miller. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, Jeffrey Brillhart, director. Bryn Mawr, PA.

November 6, 2010: Performance of Paths (alto flute and guitar), as part of rarescale’s Premiere series. Shoreditch Church, London, England.

October 5, 2010: Premiere of Paths (alto flute and guitar) by rarescale. Carla Rees, alto flute; David Black, guitar. St. Mary’s Church, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, England.

July 27, 2010: Performances of Whim (solo flute); Mimi Stillman, flute, at a concert featuring works from Mimi’s forthcoming CD of seven American premieres on the Innova label. Charles Abramovic, piano. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts American Masterpieces Grant. Caplan Recital Hall, in the Terra Building. The University of the Arts, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA.

July 14, 2010: Performance of “Moon Germs” arrangement, by the Mark Allen Ensemble. Chris’ Jazz Cafe, 1421 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA. 8PM.

May 22 and May 23, 2010: Performance of Chanting to Paradise, with The Pennsylvania Academy of Performing Arts Chorus, Kate Mikijanic, director. May 22nd: Calvary Lutheran Church, West Chester, PA 7:30PM. May 23rd: Paoli Methodist Church, Paoli, PA 2PM.

May 20, 2010: Guest composer/pianist with Dolce Suono at the Esperanza Academy. Performance of Whim (solo flute); and performances of several Brazilian Choros for flute and piano with Mimi Stillman. Discussion, Q&A.

May 5, 2010: Performance of Whim (solo flute) by Mimi Stillman, as part of the First Wednesday series. Caplan Hall, in the Terra Building, at The University of the Arts; Philadelphia, PA. 10:00AM.

May 4, 2010: Performance of Conversation Pieces (two bass clarinets) by Sergio Fernandez and Eduardo Molino, at Musikene/San Sebastian, Spain.

May 1, 2010: Premiere of Dream Dust (chorus and piano), on texts by Langston Hughes. Commissioned by The Brandywine Valley Chorale, for their concert “What Dreams May Come.” Jason Throne, director. Unionville Elementary School; Kennett Square, PA. 7:30PM.

April 26, 2010: Performance of arrangement of Joe Farrell’s “Moon Germs.” The Transfusion Ensemble (10-piece jazz ensemble). Ron Kerber, director. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

April 16 and April 18, 2010: Performances of Symphonic Variations on Chester. Jacques Voois, conductor. The Florida State University Orchestra. Tallahasse, Florida.

April 12, 2010: Performance of Conversation Pieces (two bass clarinets). Sergio Fernandez and Eduardo Molino, bass clarinets. The Rotterdam Conservatoire/Codarts. Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

March 13, 2010: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium by Naked Voices; Tamir Chasson, director. Isaac Levine Foundation Memorial Concert. Dunie Weizman Conservatory. Haifa, Israel.

February 28, 2010: Performance of Three Pieces for Clarinet and Piano by Brian and Joshua Kovach. At the Clearfield February salon, Philadelphia PA.

February 27, 2010: Performance of Chanting to Paradise (SATB chorus), by Singing City, directed by Jeffrey Brillhart. Holy Trinity Church, Rittenhouse Square. Philadelphia, PA. 8PM.

February 27, 2010: Performance of WarSong at the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt. Eleanor Clark, soprano; Linda Eckard, mezzo soprano; Elizabeth Rodgers, piano. 2PM. Sponsored by The American Landmarks Festival. 28 East 20th Street, New York City.

February 23, 2010: Premiere of Piano Sonata No. 4, in memory of Lukas Foss. Carl Cranmer, piano. The University of the Arts Composition Faculty Concert. Caplan Recital Hall in the Terra Building. Philadelphia, PA. 7PM.

February 13, 2010: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium by Naked Voices; Tamir Chasson, director. Decameron Chamber Music Series, Tel Aviv, Israel.

February 13, 2010: Performance of Chanting to Paradise (SATB chorus), by Singing City, directed by Jeffrey Brillhart. The American Choral Director’s Association. Constitution Center, Philadelphia, PA.

January 10, 24, 31, 2010: Three performances of Symphonic Variations on Chester. for full orchestra. The Chesco Pops Orchestra; Jacques Voois, conductor. January 10: Oxford Area High School, Oxford, PA. January 24th: Fugett Middle School, West Chester, PA. January 31 Phoenxville Area High School, Phoenixville, PA.

December 8, 2009: Premiere of Mass (chorus, soloists, and organ). The University of the Arts Concert Choir, Jeffrey Kern, conductor. Philadelphia, PA.

November 15, 2009: Performance and recording of Contemplations: Five Songs on Anne Bradstreet (soprano, flute, cello, and piano); by the Essex Chamber Music Players. North Parish Church, North Andover, MA.

August 6, 2009: Performance of Sonata for Cello Solo by Jeffrey Solow; at The Summit Music Festival. Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. 6PM.

August 4, 2009: Perform of Partita (solo violin) by Leah Kim, as part of the series of concerts at West Catholic High School; Philadelphia, PA. 7:30.

June 27, 2009: Premiere of Whim (solo flute), as part of the Dolce Suono’s Metal and Wood Band concert, in collaboration with the Philadelphia chapter of The American Composers Forum. Mimi Stillman, flute. Philadelphia, PA.

May 19, 2009: Performance of WarSong by soprano Jeanmarie Lally, mezzo soprano Sarah Rose Taylor, and pianist Chip Prince. St. Bartholomew’s Church, Park Avenue between 50th and 51st Sts. New York City, 7:30PM.

May 25, 2009: Performance of Edifice (bass clarinet and piano), by SCAW (Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Antony Clare, piano). North London, UK.

May 17, 2009: Performance of Sonata for Solo Cello; Jeffrey Solow, cello. for The Violoncello Society, Inc; at The Koscuisko Foundation. 15 E. 65th Street, NYC.

April 26, 2009: Premiere of Contemplations: Five Vignettes on Anne Bradstreet (soprano, flute, cello and piano); by the Essex Chamber Music Players. Northern Essex Community College Tech Center, 100 Elliott Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830. 2:30PM.

April 20, 2009: Performance of arrangement of Josef Zawinul’s “In A Silent Way” for the Transfusion Ensemble (10-piece jazz ensemble). The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

April 10, 2009: Premiere of To Know Just How He Suffered Would Be Dear, (soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, and cello). Also premieres of Matthew Monticchio and Ron Thomas. Wheatland Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, PA.

March 13, 2009: Performance of Sonata for Solo Cello by Jeffrey Solow; as part of Bargemusic’s “American Contemporary Music Series,” which hosts concerts taking place on a floating barge near the Brooklyn Bridge. www.bargemusic.org. Brooklyn, NY.

March 7th and 8th, 2009: Performance of Chanting to Paradise by Chicago Choral Artists; Donald Nally, conductor. Chicago, IL.

March 3, 2009: Performance of Bomb Bomb. Recital of trombonist Jarred Antonacci, with Matthew Bengtson, piano. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

March 11, 2009: Performances of Edifice (bass clarinet and piano). Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Antony Clare, piano. England.

February 28, 2009: Performances of Edifice (bass clarinet and piano). Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; Antony Clare, piano. England.

February 15, 2009: Performance of Bomb Bomb (trombone and piano), by Jarred Antonacci, (trombone), at The Philadelphia Salon Series, in the home of Andrea Clearfield. Philadelphia, PA.

February 8, 2009: Performance of Edifice by SCAW (Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; and Antony Claire, piano), at their CD launch. The Space, London, England.

January 29, 2009: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium, by Naked Voices, Israel. Performance will be broadcasted live on Kol Hamusica, Israel Broadcast Authority’s Classical Music Channel, from the Henry Crowne Auditorium, Jerusalem Theatre. 17:00. Listen live at http:/www.iba.org.il/media, and click on “Kol Hamusica”. Jerusalem, Israel.

December 11, 2008: Performance of Edifice (bass clarinet and piano) by SCAW (Sarah Watts, bass clarinet; and Antony Claire, piano), in Bangor, North Ireland.

December 8, 2008: Performance of Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet) at All Saint’s Art Centre, by Carla Rees and Sarah Watts. 6:15PM. London, England.

October 29, 2008: Performance of Partita for solo violin by Leah Kim, as part of the concert series at The Philadelphia Cathedral, 7:30PM. Philadelphia, PA.

October 25, 2008: Premieres of Three Studies by Matthew Bengtson (piano), and performance of Bomb Bomb with Jarred Antonacci (trombone) and Matthew Bengtson (piano). New Music Concert at Wheatland Presbyterian Church. Lancaster, PA.

October 24, 2008: Premiere of The Island (women’s chorus), on texts by Langston Hughes. Commissioned by The New York Treble Singers. Christ and Saint Stephen’s Church, 120 W. 69th Street (at Broadway), NYC. 8PM.

October 20, 2008: Premiere of I Dream A World, a setting of poems by Langston Hughes in memory of Martin Luther King, Jr, composed for Ron Kerber and The University of the Arts Transfusion Ensemble’s concert “1968”. Scored for soprano voice, tenor voice, and ten-piece jazz ensemble (soprano sax, tenor sax, baritone sax/bass clarinet, two trumpets, trombone, guitar, piano, bass, drums). Philadelphia, PA.

October 1, 2008: Premiere of Bomb Bomb (trombone and piano), by Jarred Antonacci (trombone) and Matthew Bengtson (piano). In the new University of the Arts Recital Hall, on the 17th floor of the Terra Building; Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia. 10:15AM.

September 13th and 14th, 2008: Performances of Songs of Seasons (SATB Chorus, soloists, piano) by Musical Associates; Emery DeWitt, director. September 13 at Lancaster Church of the Brethren, 1601 Sunset Ave; and September 14 at First Presbyterian Church, 140 E. Orange Street. The concert will be filled with choral music dealing with the four seasons, including Copland, Lauridsen, Sweelinck, Morley, and others. Both concerts are in Lancaster, PA.

July 17, 2008: Performance of Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet), by Carla Rees and Sarah Watts. Also pieces by Michale Oliva, and Daniel Kessner. The Space, Westferry Road, London.

June 20, 2008: Premiere of Edifice (bass clarinet and piano). Performed by Sarah Watts and Antony Clare of SCAW. Lunch concert. Southwell Minster Cathedral; Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England.

May 21, 2008: Premiere of A Night There Lay The Days Between for the Unionville High School Choral, directed by Jason Throne. Texts by Emily Dickinson, SATB choir. Commissioned by The American Composers Forum “Community Partners” program. Unionville, PA.

May 4th, 2008: Premiere of By The Brandywine (Adult Choir, Youth Choir, and piano). Commissioned by The Chester County Choral Society, Gary Garletts, director. Performed by The Chester County Chorale Society, and the Rustin High School Chorus. Funded by The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. 4PM, Rustin High School, West Chester, PA.

April 16, 2008: Performance of Steeples in my Soul (alto flute) by Lisa Bost at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

April 1, 2008: Premiere of Heaven’s River (women’s chorus and piano) by the New York Treble Singers. Texts by Tu Fu (712-770 AD). Christ and Saint Stephen’s Church, 120 69th Street at Broadway; New York City. 8PM

March 11, 2008: Performance of Steeples In My Soul (alto flute) by Lisa Bost, at Iowa State University, in Ames, IA.

February 15, 2008: Premiere of Chanting to Paradise by The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia. The Church of the Holy Apostles and the Mediator, 51st and Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA.

January 17, 2008: Performance of Steeples in my Soul (alto flute) by Victoria Phillips; at The University of Nottingham, England.

November 14, 2007: A concert with fellow UArts Composition Faculty member Norman David. Performances of Sonata for Oboe and Piano, featuring Philadelphia Orchestra oboist Jonathan Blumenfeld. Also, a second performance of Piano Sonata #3, by Carl Cranmer. Philadelphia, PA.

November 13, 2007: Premiere of Moment (bass flute and bass clarinet), at the London New Wind Festival. St. Cyprian’s Church, Glentworth St. London NW1 6AX, 8PM. Carla Rees, bass flute; Sarah Watt, bass clarinet. Also works by Daniel Kessner, Sungji Hong, and Michael Oliva. London, England.

November 11, 2007: Performance of WarSong by Eileen Clark, soprano; Megan Friar, mezzo-soprano; and Mimi Stern-Wolfe, piano. Also pieces by Carolyn Steinberg, Sima Wolf, David Hollister, and George Butterworth. The East Village Concert Series “Armistice Day: War and Pieces” concert. St. Marks in the Bowery, 131 East 10th Street and 2nd Avenue. 3PM. Suggested donation: $10. Greenwich Village, NYC.

November 9, 2007: Premiere of Piano Sonata No. 3, by Carl Cranmer, piano. Commissioned by the Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association and The Music Teacher’s National Association, at their conference at West Chester University.
Also in the conference: a performance of WarSong by soprano Annie Sciolla, Mary Ellen Desmond, and pianist Terry Klinefelter (2:15PM). West Chester, PA.

November 8, 2007: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano by Marji and Benjamin Harding at The University of Hartford; Hartford, CT.

November 4, 2007: Premeire performance of Juliet (soprano, violin, organ, and bells); at the recital of organist Donald Sutherland. 4PM, Griswold Hall, Peabody Conservatory of Music. Donald Sutherland, organ; Elizabeth Dow, soprano; Matt Horwitz-Lee, violin; Asheton Lemay, tubular bells. Baltimore, MD.

August 15, 2007: Performance of Steeples in my Soul by Carla Rees, alto flute. The Festival Riez la Romaine, France.

July 17, 2007: Performance of Short Suite by Carla Rees (alto flute), Paul Goodey (cor anglais), Sarah Watts (bass clarinet). London, England.

July 4, 2007: Performance of Partita for Violin Solo by Leah Kim, violin; at West Catholic High School, Philadelphia, PA.

Summer, 2007: Several performances of Sonata for Solo Cello by cellist Jeffrey Solow during his tour of Hong Kong, and FuZhou. China.

June 13th, 2007: Performance of Ode for alto flute, violin, cello, and guitar; as part of the program “Wrecked Angels.” Program also includes premieres by Rob Fokkens, Tim Benjamin, Geoffrey Gordon, John Thow, and Daniel Kessner. Carla Rees, flutes; Gemma McCrisken, violin; Rosie Banks, cello; David Black, guitar. St Giles in the Fields Church, 7.30pm Tickets £10 (£8 concessions). London, England.

April 22, 2007: Performance of Partita for Violin Solo, featuring Leah Kim, violin. The Philadelphia Salon Series, at the home of Andrea Clearfield. Philadelphia, PA.

April 21, 2007: Premiere of Recalled to Life, by the Relache ensemble. The Trinity Center; Philadelphia, PA, 8PM.

March 9, 2007: A third performance of the February 22nd Philadelphia composers program, Matthew Bengtson, piano. Andre Cafe Acoustique, The Chester Performing Arts project, 8:00 PM. Chester, PA.

March 1, 2007: A second performance of the February 22nd Philadelphia composers program, Matthew Bengtson, piano. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. 7:30 PM.

February 22, 2007: A concert celebrating Philadelphia composers, performed by Matthew Bengtson. Performance of Etudes for Piano. Also, works by Robert Maggio, Anna Weesner, Jay Reise, Curt Cacioppo, Ingrid Arauco, Jeremy Gill, and Jan Krzywicki. West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

February 21, 2007: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano by Lloyd Shorter, oboe; and Julie Nishimura, piano. Gore Recital Hall; The University of Delaware; Newark, DE 8PM.

February 3, 2007: Performance of Symphonic Variations on Chester. The Chesco Pops Orchestra, Jacques Voois, conductor. Phoenixville Senior High School, Phoenixville, PA.

January 20, 2007: Performance of Symphonic Variations on Chester. The Chesco Pops Orchestra, Jacques Voois, conductor. Rustin High School, West Chester, PA.

January 18, 2007: Performance of Sketches for Flute and Guitar- Carla Rees, flute; David Black, guitar, Leeds Cathedral, with a second performance on January19th, at Sheffield Cathedral, England.

January 13, 2007: Premiere of Songs of Seasons, and a performance of O Magnum Mysterium, by The Gregg Smith Singers. Saint Peter’s Church, 54th and Lexington, NYC. 8PM.

January 6, 2007: Premiere of Symphonic Variations on Chester commissioned and performed by The Chesco Pops Orchestra, Jacques Voois, conductor. Coatesville Area Senior High School, Coatesville, PA.

December 24, 2006: Performance of O Magnum Mysterium at the Christmas Eve service, The Westminster United Methodist Church Choir, Westminster, MD.

December 7, 2006: Premiere of O Magnum Mysterium The University of the Arts Concert Choir, Jeff Kern, conductor. St. Lukes Church, Philadelphia, PA.

December 3, 2006: Premiere of Colours (flute choir), with Penn Flutes. The University of Pennsylvania, directed by Michele Kelly, Philadelphia, PA. 2pm.

October 13, 2006: Performance of Sketches for Flute and Guitar; Carla Rees, flute; David Black, guitar. Lincoln Music Club, London, England.

September 30, 2006: Performance of Sketches for Flute and Guitar. Carla Rees, flute; David Black, guitar. Tickets £6 Programme includes: Takemitsu – Toward the Sea; Piazzolla – CafÈ 1930; Bach – Sonata in E minor Borne/Bizet – Carmen Fantasie. 7:30PM at St Mary’s Church, College Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 3QG England.

September 17, 2006: Premiere of Etudes for Piano Solo; Matthew Bengtson, piano. Harnwell Hall, 3pm. The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,

September 15, 2006: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano, Marji Harding, oboe; Benjamin Harding, piano. Roberts Wesley College, Rochester, NY.

July 12, 2006. Performance of WarSong, at The Adirondack Festival of American Music Art Song Concert. Eileen Clark, soprano; Patricia Price, mezzo-soprano; Steven Vosatka, piano. Saranac Lake, NY.

July 7, 2006: Performance of Sketches for Flute and Guitar, with Carla Rees, alto flute; and David Black, guitar; Allington Village Hall, Nr Grantham, Lincs. Tickets £6 (£4 concessions) 7:30pm. England.

July 1, 2006: Performance of Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano (in memory of Aaron Copland). Carla Rees, flute; Rosie Banks, cello; and Kerry Yong, piano. 7.30pm at St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch High St. London, England.

June 13, 2006: Performance of Whitman Songs, for soprano and piano, at Wheatland Presbyterian Church, performed by Andrea Edith Moore and Daniel Spiegel. Concert includes songs by composers Ron Thomas, and Matthew Monticchio. Lancaster, PA.

May 21, 2006: Performance of Psalms (baritone and piano) at a benefit concert in Philadelphia, for a burned down mission. Bill Knowles, baritone; and Ken Borrmann, piano. Commissioned by Bill Knowles. A full premiere is scheduled for Chattanooga, TN.

April 22, 2006: Premiere of Short Suite (alto flute, english horn, and bass clarinet), by rarescale, London, England.

March 26, 2006: Performance of Shadow Sonata (flute and piano), Michele Kelly (flute), and Michael Sheadel (piano) as part of the Philadelphia Salon Series, Sydenham St. Philadelphia, 7:30pm.

March 19, 2006: Second performance of WarSong, Annie Sciolla, soprano; Janine Diaz, mezzo-soprano; and Judi Glover, piano, at the recital of Janine Diaz, The University of the Arts, 9 pm. Philadelphia, PA.

March 1, 2006: Performance of WarSong. Annie Sciolla, soprano; Janine Diaz, mezzo-soprano; and Judi Glover, piano. The University of the Arts, First Wednesday series. Philadelphia, PA.

February 28, 2006: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano, with Marji and Benjamin Harding, at The Master’s School, in West Simsbury, CT.

February 18, 2006: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano, with Marji and Benjamin Harding, at Calvin Hall, Cheltenham, PA.

February 11, 2006, 8pm: Performance of Steeples in my Soul at California State University at Northridge. Carla Rees, alto flute. Northridge, CA.

February 8, 2006, 8pm: Performance of Steeples in my Soul at California State University at Long Beach. Carla Rees, alto flute. Long Beach, CA.

February 3, 2006, 7:30 pm: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano, with Marji and Benjamin Harding, at Philadelphia Biblical University, Langhorne, PA.

November 27, 2005: Performance of Sonata for Cello at the salon series hosted by Andrea Clearfield. Jeffrey Solow, cello. Philadelphia, PA.

November 6, 2005: Performance of Shadow Sonata, Michele Kelly, flute; Michael Sheadel, piano. The University of Pennsylvania faculty concert series. Philadelphia, PA.

July 9, 2005: Performance of One Night, by The Gregg Smith Singers. The American Festival of American Music; Saranac, NY.

July 6, 2005: Performance of Ben Jonson Poems, by Arthur Krieck, tenor; Steven Volsatka, piano. The American Festival of American Music; Saranac, NY.

June 5, 2005: Performance of Sonata for Cello Solo by Jeffrey Solow; and Piano Sonata No. 1 by Gary Gress; at Wheatland Presbyterian Church; Lancaster, PA.

May 13, 2005: Performance of Shadow Sonata at The Space, 269 Westferry Road, Isle of the Dogs. Carla Rees, flute; Kerry Yong, piano. London, England.

February 20, 2005: Performance of Piano Sonata No. 2, by Matthew Bengtson, piano; Haverford College, Haverford, PA. 4PM.

February 15, 2005: Performance of Piano Sonata No. 2, by Matthew Bengtson, piano; at The Arts Bank, on the corner of Broad Street and South Street; Philadelphia, PA. 7PM.

January 30, 2005: Performance of Steeples in my Soul. Carla Rees, alto flute. CAMI Hall, New York City.

January 7, 2005. Premiere performance of Fable (flute, clarinet and harpsichord), played by Melomanie: Kimberley Reighley, flute; Josh Kovach, clarinet; Tracy Richardson, harpsichord. Westminster Presbyterian Church, Wilmington, DE, 8 p.m.

November 21, 2004, 3 pm: Premiere of Shadow Sonata (flute and piano), performed by Michele Kelly, flute; and Michael Sheadel, piano. They will also be performing my “Impromptus for Flute and Piano”, and Michele will play my “Steeples in my Soul” The Hill House, on the campus of The University of Pennsylvania, 34th and Walnut, Philadelphia.

October 29, 2004. Premiere of Steeples in my Soul Carla Rees, alto flute. St. Cyprian’s Church, London, England.

October 24, 2004. Premiere of Piano Sonata No. 2, performed by Matthew Bengtson. The Salon series hosted by Andrea Clearfield, Philadelphia, PA, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia, PA.

January 25, 2004: Performance of Sonata for Oboe and Piano by Lloyd Shorter, oboe; and Paul Fejko, piano. The Salon Series hosted by Andrea Clearfield. Philadelphia, PA.

October 17, 2003: Performance of Piano Sonata No. 1 (Gary Gress, piano); and Winter Pages (Samuel Hsu, piano). Also music by Matthew Monticchio, Ron Thomas, and Jason Newman.The Tenth Pres Concert Series, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA.

July 20, 2003; Performance of Rondo Capriccioso for Alto Saxophone and Piano, by Marshall Taylor, alto saxophone; and Samuel Hsu, piano, at The Festival of the Hamptons, Long Island, New York. Marshall and Samuel will also perform a piece by my teacher Lukas Foss (Duo for Alto Saxophone and Piano written for Marshall and Sam), and a piece by Foss’ teacher Paul Hindemith (Sonate fur Altsaxophon und Klavier). Bridgehampton, NY.

June 7, 2003; Premiere of Ode (alto flute, violin, cello, and guitar), by The Satori Chamber Group. The Third Annual Bethlehem Guitar Festival (at Moravian College); 5 p.m. Also on the program is The Baltimore Consort. Bethlehem, PA.

May 13, 2003; Premiere of Blake Songs. The New Carillon Ensemble: Mary Elizabeth Poore, soprano; April Lindevald, alto; Arthur Krieck, tenor; Pedro d’Aquino, bass; and Claudia Dumschat, piano. Saint Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Ave (at 54th St.), New York; 8 p.m.

May 7, 2003: Performance of Rondo Capriccioso for Alto Saxophone and Piano, by Marshall Taylor, alto saxophone; and Samuel Hsu, piano. The University of the Arts First Wednesday series. 10AM. Connelly Hall, in the Terra Building. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA.

March 20, 2003; Performance of Rondo Capricioso for Alto Saxophone and Piano, by Marshall Taylor, alto saxophone; and Samuel Hsu, piano. Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA.

March 9, 2003; Performance of a Sketches for Flute and Guitar by The Satori Chamber Group. Nora Suggs, flute; John Arnold, guitar. Trinity Presbyterian Church, Berwyn, PA; 7:30 p.m.

March 17, 2002: Performance of Impromptu for Flute and Piano (Margaret Claudin, flute; Samuel Hsu, piano); and My Wanderings O’er (Deborah Lipsi, soprano; Patricia Stasis-Winter, soprano; Gary Gress, piano); at The Third Annual New Music Concert, with composers Ron Thomas and Matthew Monticchio. The Church Farm School. Exton; PA.

Spring, 2001: Performance of Seven Sacred Sketches (Christyan Saey, tenor; Nancy Baun, cello); and at twilight: s(oon and there’s a moo)n by Deborah Lipsi, soprano; and Gary Gress, piano; at The Second Annual New Music Concert, with composers Ron Thomas and Matthew Monticchio. Wheatland Presbyterian Church; Lancaster, PA.

March 28, 1999: Performance of Five Sacred Songs by Deborah Lipsi, soprano; and Gary Gress, piano; at The First Annual New Music Concert: “A Time for Rejoicing”, with composers Ron Thomas and Matthew Monticchio. Wheatland Presbyterian Church, Lancaster, PA.