upcoming events


Rise Up, Shepherd! Holiday Choral Concert

ETSU Chorale - Matthew Potterton, conductor

East Tennessee State University - Johnson City, TN

3:00 pm

The ETSU Chorale performs my Alleluia for chorus and marimba as part of their holiday choral concert.


Princeton Glee Club Premiere

Princeton Glee Club - Gabriel Crouch, director

Princeton University - Princeton, NJ

8:00 pm

The Princeton Glee Club will give the premiere of Chronos Suite on Themes of Purcell, my new commissioned work for chorus and Baroque orchestra, featuring texts of Herbert, Raleigh, and Milton and re-interpreted music from Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.


ITHACA COLLEGE: Winter Choral Concert

Ithaca College Choir - Janet Galván, conductor

Ford Hall - Ithaca College - Ithaca, NY

3:00 pm

Performances by the Ithaca College Madrigal Singers and Ithaca College Chorus conducted by Derrick Fox and the IC Women’s Chorale and Ithaca College Choir conducted by Janet Galván. The Choir will perform Daniel Elder’s Ave Maria and my cantata-concerto for chorus and marimba, A Dome of Many Coloured Glass. Featuring renowned marimba artist Gordon Stout as soloist.


NOTUS Performance @ Central ACDA

NOTUS: IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble; Dominick DiOrio, conductor

Palmer House Hilton Ballroom - Chicago, IL

10:00 am

NOTUS is honored to be one of the few college/university ensembles invited to perform at the Central Division Conference of the American Choral Directors Association in Chicago. The program will include the "Passacaglia" from Caroline Shaw's Partita for 8 voices, Jocelyn Hagen's soft blink of amber light (with flute, clarinet, marimba, and piano), a world premiere composition by Sven-David Sandström, and Dominick DiOrio's Alleluia for chorus and marimba.


NOTUS Concert: "Electric Resonances"

NOTUS: IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble; Dominick DiOrio, conductor

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

8:00 pm

NOTUS' final concert of the year will feature a performance of Te Deum, Arvo Pärt's watershed composition for 3 chamber choruses, string ensemble, prepared piano, and tape. The program will also include world premiere compositions by Sven-David Sandström, Eugene O'Brien, and the winner of the 2016 NOTUS Student Composition Contest.


"Music of the Bard IV" CCM Chamber Choir Premiere

CCM Chamber Choir - Earl Rivers, conductor

Knox Presbyterian Church - Cincinnati, OH

7:30 pm

Dominick is honored to be one of four commissioned composers for CCM's Shakespeare Quadracentennial Celebration (along with Judith Bingham, Ola Gjeilo, and Jake Runestad). His new work Ding, Dong, Bell for mixed chorus, clarinet, and percussion will be premiered by the CCM Chamber Choir as part of the final concert of the 2015-2016 celebration series.


Residency: University of Maryland

Edward Maclary, host

University of Maryland - College Park, MD

10:00 am

Dominick is honored to be in residence with Edward Maclary and the University of Maryland choral programs. In addition to giving masterclasses and attending rehearsals, Dominick will have some of his original music featured by the award-winning choruses in performance at the culmination of the residency.