Special Little Rock Performance
Hendrix College Choir - Andrew Morgan
St. Mark's Episcopal Church - Little Rock, AR
Andrew Morgan and the Hendrix College Choir reprise their performance of their commissioned work, Down Deep, featuring quotes from The Little Rock Nine. This special event will include a performance by singers from Central High School in Little Rock with other special guests.
Home: Where is your heart?
newVoices - Philip Swan
Lawrence Memorial Chapel - Appleton, WI
U Indy New Music Series
Dominick DiOrio, composer-in-residence
Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall - University of Indianapolis - Indianapolis, IN
Dominick is honored to have his works featured in a special concert at the University of Indianapolis, featuring Paul Krasnovsky and U Indy's elite Schola ensemble. Also featuring chamber and vocal works performed by U Indy students. Works include: We Dance, Cuckoo Cuckoo, You Do Not Walk Alone, An Irish Blessing, Scherzo, L'Homme Armé Variations, L'Eau Changeante, and The Captured Goddess. More information here.
Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, LA
Dominick is delighted to be concluding his term as Treasurer for the National Collegiate Choral Organization. As part of that service, he has helped to plan and execute the 7th National Conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, hosted by LSU. This conference includes a wealth of scholarship and creative activity offered by dozens of individuals and performing ensembles. Read more at the NCCO website.
Protest and Praise: Music of the Protestant Reformation
CSU Chorale - Michael Fuchs
Spivey Hall - Clayton State University - Morrow, GA
Michael Fuchs and the Clayton State University Chorale give a performance of Down Deep, my choral work based on the words of members of The Little Rock Nine, in a program designed to draw links between the Protestant Reformation and the Civil Rights movement. Free.
Memorial Hall - Rededication
Memorial Hall - Over-the-Rhine - Cincinnati, Ohio
Craig Hella Johnson and the Cincinnati Vocal Arts Ensemble (VAE) with the Cincinnati Children's Choir (Robyn Lana, artistic director) and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra (Eckart Preu, music director) give the world premiere of A WORLD AGLOW to rededicate Memorial Hall, a historic venue in the Over-the-Rhine community of Cincinnati.