upcoming events

3
Mar

NOTUS ACDA Concert - Home Performance

NOTUS: IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble - Dominick DiOrio, conductor

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

8:00 pm

Repertoire from NOTUS's ACDA appearance will be featured on this Tuesday evening concert -- music of living composers, including Michael Gilbertson, Jake Runestad, Sydney Guillaume, Caroline Shaw, Richard Nance, Sven-David Sandström, David Conte, Zachary Wadsworth, Steven Sametz, David Lang, Cristian Grases, and my own I Am!

7
Mar

CINCINNATI BOYCHOIR - HORIZON SYMPHONY

Christopher Eanes, artistic director and conductor

Christ Church Cathedral - Cincinnati, OH

7:30 pm

As a part of the celebration of their fiftieth-anniversary season, the Cincinnati Boychoir has commissioned Dominick to write a twenty-minute choral-orchestral work that will receive its first performance on March 6, 2015 - the anniversary of the Boychoir's first rehearsal in 1965. The six-movement work is entitled HORIZON SYMPHONY and is comprised of poetry by Walt Whitman, Stephen Crane, and an anonymous poet from the twelfth century; scored for male voices, including male trebles, altos, tenors, and basses, the work also calls for a full chamber orchestra with several percussionists, harps, brass, and strings. The work was conceived in part as a companion piece to Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms; Bernstein's work, which also turns 50 in 2015, was written for the choir of men and boys at Chichester Cathedral in Sussex, England.

8
Mar

CINCINNATI BOYCHOIR - HORIZON SYMPHONY

Christopher Eanes, artistic director and conductor

Christ Church Cathedral - Cincinnati, OH

5:00 pm

As a part of the celebration of their fiftieth-anniversary season, the Cincinnati Boychoir has commissioned Dominick to write a twenty-minute choral-orchestral work that will receive its first performance on March 6, 2015 - the anniversary of the Boychoir's first rehearsal in 1965. The six-movement work is entitled HORIZON SYMPHONY and is comprised of poetry by Walt Whitman, Stephen Crane, and an anonymous poet from the twelfth century; scored for male voices, including male trebles, altos, tenors, and basses, the work also calls for a full chamber orchestra with several percussionists, harps, brass, and strings. The work was conceived in part as a companion piece to Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms; Bernstein's work, which also turns 50 in 2015, was written for the choir of men and boys at Chichester Cathedral in Sussex, England.

10
Apr
through
12
Apr

MACALESTER COLLEGE RESIDENCY and Premiere

Macalester Concert Choir & Michael McGaghie, conductor

Mairs Concert Hall - Macalester College - St. Paul, MN

Performance - Saturday, 11 April 2015 - 8pm

Dominick is looking forward to being in residence with the Macalester Concert Choir and Michael McGaghie in April of 2015 for the premiere of You Do Not Walk Alone, my new work for mixed chorus commissioned by Mike and his ensemble.

14
Apr

ITHACA COLLEGE - Lincoln Center Preview Concert

Ithaca College Choir - Janet Galván, conductor

Ithaca College - Ford Hall - Ithaca, NY

8:15 pm

The Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, Contemporary Ensemble, and Choir preview their program for their upcoming Lincoln Center / Alice Tully Hall performance  on April 17th. The Ithaca College Choir's performance will feature the world premiere of my enthusiastically succinct new work, We Dance! for mixed chorus a cappella. Janet Galván conducts the Ithaca College Choir, Steve Peterson the Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, and Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann the Contemporary Ensemble.

17
Apr

Casual Classics Concert Series: St. Ambrose University

Nathan Windt, baritone

Madsen Hall, Galvin Fine Arts Center - St. Ambrose University - Davenport, IA

5:00 pm

Baritone Nathan Windt performs my song cycle A Ghost Through the Winding Years for baritone and piano. Also featuring music of Clara and Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms.

17
Apr

LINCOLN CENTER PREMIERE: Ithaca College Choir @ Alice Tully Hall

Ithaca College Choir - Janet Galván, conductor

Allice Tully Hall / Lincoln Center - New York, NY

8:00 pm

The Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, Contemporary Ensemble, and Choir perform at Lincoln Center / Alice Tully Hall, in a program featuring the world premiere of my enthusiastically succinct new work, We Dance! for mixed chorus a cappella. Janet Galván conducts the Ithaca College Choir for the performance, in addition to works by Jake Runestad, Eric Barnum, Ko Matsushita, and Eriks Esenvalds. If you are in NYC, please come to my Lincoln Center Premiere!

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