upcoming events

27
Sep

Stand Before the Sunrise: Music to Examine Our Privilege

NOTUS: IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble; Dominick DiOrio, conductor

Auer Concert Hall - Jacobs School of Music - Bloomington, IN

8:00 pm

For our first concert of the year, NOTUS presents a program of texts that challenge and question what it means to be privileged in today's world. The program includes music by Christopher Theofanidis (Messages to Myself), Ted Hearne (Privilege), Moses Hogan (Abide with Me), and the late David Baker, whose choral masterwork Images, Shadows, and Dreams: Five Vignettes will serve as the anchor to the program. Free.

7
Oct

WILDE: Like silhouettes against the sky

The Esoterics - Eric Banks

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church - Seattle, WA

8:00 pm

Featuring new works setting Oscar Wilde’s poems from the winners of this year’s The Esoterics POLYPHONOS competition: Kenji Oh, Casey Rule, and Gordon Williamson, as well as new works by Dominick DiOrio (The Visible World) and Eric Banks.

8
Oct

WILDE: Like silhouettes against the sky

The Esoterics - Eric Banks

Holy Rosary Catholic Church - West Seattle, WA

8:00 pm

Featuring new works setting Oscar Wilde’s poems from the winners of this year’s The Esoterics POLYPHONOS competition: Kenji Oh, Casey Rule, and Gordon Williamson, as well as new works by Dominick DiOrio (The Visible World) and Eric Banks.

9
Oct

WILDE: Like silhouettes against the sky

The Esoterics - Eric Banks

Grace Episcopal Church - Bainbridge Island, WA

3:00 pm

Featuring new works setting Oscar Wilde’s poems from the winners of this year’s The Esoterics POLYPHONOS competition: Kenji Oh, Casey Rule, and Gordon Williamson, as well as new works by Dominick DiOrio (The Visible World) and Eric Banks.

14
Oct

SJSU Concert Choir Performance

SJSU Concert Choir - Jeffrey Benson, conductor

Campbell United Methodist Church - Campbell, CA

7:30 pm

Jeffrey Benson and the San Jose State University Concert Choir perform my Shakespeare work, Ding Dong Bell, as part of their Fall concert performance.

21
Oct

The Y's: Music by a New Generation of Composers

Schulich Singers - Jean-Sébastien Vallée, conductor

Strathcona Music Building - McGill University - Montreal, QC, Canada

7:30 pm

Works by Kathleen Allan, Jake Runestad, Sydney Guillaume, Daniel Brinsmead, Daniel Elder, and my own I Am for chorus and soprano. Tickets and more information.

23
Oct

Butler Chorale Fall Concert

Butler Chorale - Eric Stark, conductor

Schrott Center - Butler University - Indianapolis, IN

3:00 pm

Eric Stark and the Butler Chorale perform Ding Dong Bell, my work for mixed chorus, tenor solo, violin, bass clarinet, and vibraphone on a text from Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice."

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