upcoming events

25
Jun

HANDEL: Acis and Galatea

Indiana University Summer Chorus

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

8:00 pm

Dominick DiOrio, music director / conductor
Jacquelyn Mouritsen, stage director / choreographer

Galatea: Kellie Motter
Acis: Christopher Sokolowski
Polyphemus: Jeremy Gussin
Damon: Christina Lynch, James Reynolds, Daisy Schön

Two young lovers wallow in ecstasy as a misguided cyclops attempts to interfere. Handel's comical two-act serenata is brought to life by the students of the Jacobs School of Music in this semi-staged production. The Summer Chorus is joined by an ensemble of strings, winds, and harpsichord to bring baroque flair to a story as old as time.

Tickets are $10 general / $5 students and can be purchased through the IU Box Office.

11
Jul

SUMMER CHORUS & ORCHESTRA: Music of Barber, Corigliano, and Vaughan Williams

IU Summer Chorus & Orchestra; Dominick DiOrio, conductor

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

8:00 pm

Corigliano - Fern Hill
Barber - Knoxville, Summer of 1915
Vaughan Williams - Serenade to Music
Vaughan Williams - Five Mystical Songs

The IU Summer Chorus & Orchestra bring you an enchanting evening of music inspired by the seasons and the majesty of music. Featuring student soloists Lesley Friend (Knoxville), Annie Chester (Fern Hill), Erik Krohg (Five Mystical Songs), and a quartet of Tiffany Williams, Courtney Jameson, Alonza Lawrence, and Bruno Sandes (Serenade), this melodic and lush romantic repertoire is a perfect capstone to a July summer evening!

Tickets are $10 general / $5 students and can purchased in advance from the IU Box Office.

12
Jul

SUMMER CHORUS & ORCHESTRA: Music of Barber, Corigliano, and Vaughan Williams

IU Summer Chorus & Orchestra; Dominick DiOrio, conductor

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

4:00 pm

Corigliano - Fern Hill
Barber - Knoxville, Summer of 1915
Vaughan Williams - Serenade to Music
Vaughan Williams - Five Mystical Songs

The Summer Chorus & Orchestra bring you an enchanting afternoon of music inspired by the seasons and the majesty of music. Featuring student soloists Emma Donahue (Knoxville), Courtney Jameson (Fern Hill), Erik Krohg (Five Mystical Songs), and a quartet of Crystal Vanrell, Sarah Bullock, Tislam Swift, and Daniel Lentz (Serenade), this melodic and lush romantic repertoire is the perfect treat on a July summer afternoon!

Tickets are $10 general / $5 students and can purchased in advance from the IU Box Office.

23
Jul
through
26
Jul

TEXAS CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION - Annual Conference

TCDA Middle School / JH School Honor Choir
Andrea Ramsey, guest conductor
Dominick DiOrio, commissioned composer

San Antonio Convention Center - San Antonio, TX

Dominick is honored to be the commissioned composer for the TCDA Middle School and Junior High School Honor Choir at the 2015 Annual Conference. His new work, An Irish Blessing, will be premiered by the Honor Choir and guest conductor and composer Andrea Ramsey.

7
Aug
through
9
Aug

AUDACIOR: Admiring boldness and the fearlessness of heart

The Esoterics / Eric Banks, artistic director

Seattle, WA

In summer 2014, Dominick was honored to be the inaugural composer for HARMONIA, the new "composer-in-residence" program with The Esoterics. This sojourn included writing a new work in a forest studio at the home of composer emeritus Donald Skirvin. The resulting work from the residency,The Visible World, touches on themes of civil equality and same-sex marriage. Performances are:

Friday | 7 August 2015 | 8:00 pm | Seattle
St Stephen’s Episcopal Church | 4805 NE 45th Street

Saturday | 8 August 2015 | 8:00 pm | West Seattle
Holy Rosary Catholic Church | 4142 42nd Avenue SW

Sunday | 9 August 2015 | 3:00 pm | Bainbridge Island
Grace Episcopal Church | 8595 NE Day Road

 

9
Aug

Interlochen Singers Summer Concert

Interlochen Singers - Gregory Ristow, conductor

Kresge Auditorium - Interlochen Center for the Arts - Interlochen, MI

1:00 pm

Gregory Ristow and the Interlochen Singers perform my work for treble voices, 2 violins, viola, and piano, Leave My Heart Its Songs on their final summer concert. Free admission.

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