UPCOMING AND RECENT PERFORMANCES

2017 April 6 & 8 world premiere of New Water Music. Louisiana  Philharmonic Orchestra

2017 March 4: Kronos Quartet gives world premiere of “From the Book”

2017 Jan 14-Feb 4. Prelude to New Water Music. Barrister’s Gallery: 2331 St. Claude Ave and Spain, New Orleans. More info here

2016 November 15 & 16 New Ghetto Songs at the Romaeuropa 2016 Festival

2016 13 October GRIT Collaborative performs Purity Guaranteed at the Pearson Lakes Art Center, Okoboji, IA

2016 11 August Contemporaneous Ensemble performs New Ghetto Music at the 2016 Bard Music Festival

2016 28 June Kronos Quartet performs break_break_break at the 26th Jewish Culture Festival, Krakow, Poland.

2016 25 June Mise-en Festival presents Estro Poetico Armonico II at the Taipei Cultural Center, NYC.

2016 23 June Kronos Quartet perform break_break_break at the Holland Festival.

2016 12 and 13 May Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra performs A Wine Dark Sea

2016 22 April Collide-O-Scope Music presents Estro Poetico Armonico II at Tenri Cultural Insitute, NYC.

2016 2 April Kronos Quartet premieres Break_break_break at Carnegie Hall with electronics by Philip White

2016 March Performance of We Were All at the University of Texas New Music Festival.

 

2015

 

2015 10 December Innova Records releases We Were All on celebrating 30th year of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) The NYFA Collection, Vol. 2

2015 2 December Mivos Quartet performs Torus at the University of New Orleans

2015 July 26 Mivos Quartet performs Torus at Teatro La Fenice, Venice

2015 July 23 Mivos Quartet performs Torus at Setmana Internacional de Mùsica de Cambra de Montserrat

2015 May 26 & May 27 Birdfoot Festival presents two performance of Society of the Free and Easy

2015 April 26 world premiere of In Plaster at the San Francisco Center for New Music, Firesong Ensemble

2015 April 9 Opéra-Théâtre de Clermont-Ferrand | works of Bianchi, Dufourt, Haber (A Wine Dark Sea), Murail, Romitelli

  • Orchestre d’Auvergne dirigé Roberto Fores Veses

2015 February 9, 92Y, New York Philharmonic Contact! Series, Estro poetico-armonico II

2015 January 24, St. Maurice Church, New Orleans, in collaboration with Airlift New Orleans and members of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, world premiere of Last Rites 6

2014 November 12, Contemporaneous Ensemble performs We Were All at Roulette, NYC. Purchase Tickets HERE

2014 November 6, Raiz and Ensemble LCP give the world premiere of NEW GHETTO SONGS as part of the 2014 Non Luoghi Musicali Festival. Naples, Italy

2014 October 27 Tel Aviv Conservatory, Meitar Ensemble performs Estro poetico-armonico II

2014 October 6 Venice Biennale Meitar Ensemble performs Estro poetico-armonico II

2014 July 20 Performance of from the book of maintenance and sustenance (new version for cello and piano) by the Monadnock Players. 2014 Monadnock Music 2014 Festival. More information here.

2014 July 18 world premiere of Study #2 for accordion and 3 pre-recorded accordions at the Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Luca Piovesan. More information here.

2014 June 10  Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival commission premiere of The Society of the Free and Easy for violin, viola, and two cellos

2014 June 6 Performance of Purity Guaranteed at the Nief-Norf Summer Festival

2014 May 31 Premiere of Harvard Fromm Commission for Collidoscope Ensemble, Merkin Hall, NYC Estro poetico-armonico II

2014 May 29 Max Mandel and Eric Huebner perform From the Book of Maintenance and Sustenance at The Stone, NYC.

2014 May 29 Ciro Longobardi performs Haber at Casa della Musica, Parma

2014 March 30 Merkin Hall, New York Virtuoso Singers: I AM. Tickets here.

2014 March 25 World premiere of from the book of maintenance and sustenance, for viola and piano at NYC’s Roulette with Flux Quartet’s Max Mandel and New York Philharmonic pianist Eric Huebner. Tickets here.

2014 January 25,26 LA premiere of A More Convenient Season at REDCAT, Disney Hall

2013 November world premiere of Look Forward at Symphony Space, NYC.

2013 September 21 world premiere of A More Convenient Season with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, chorus, soloists, electronics by Philip White, video by David Peterson.

2013 September 18 NYC premiere of death will come and she shall have your eyes, arranged for Barbez. (le) Poisson Rouge.

2013 March New work for Either/Or

2012 November 16 Recipient of Roger Sessions Prize at Bogliasco Foundation

2012 October 30 Recipient of Fromm Foundation commission, Harvard University, for Collide-O-Scope Music

2012 October 25 Gabriel Kahane performs Once the Ocean Takes You at debut Carnegie Hall concert

2012 October 18 Alarm Will Sound premieres new version of We Were All

2012 October 9 Venice Biennale premiere of between composure and seduction

2012 March 6, 7:30pm Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, premiere of A Wife Explains why she Likes Country, with Mischa Bouvier, Baritone and Yegor Shevtsov, Piano. Presented by Concert Artist Guild.

2012 So pleased with the excellent recording of On Leaving Brooklyn on GPR Records – #12 on the Billboard Charts! Available for download on Itunes.

2011 I Am for string quartet and chorus receives its U.S. premiere as part of the American Composers Orchestra |  Sounds of a New Century festival – SONiC, at Miller Theatre, Columbia University, October 16 with JACK Quartet + The New York Virtuoso Singers.

2011 Nathan Koci premieres new work for accordion and electronics at the Music At First Series, featured as a critics’ pick in Time Out New York. October 14th.

2011 On Leaving Brooklyn, for 4 singers and violin, commissioned by Five Boroughs Music Festival, for the Five Borough Songbook, to be premiered October 6, Galapagos Arts Space.

2011 We Were All for chamber orchestra, commissioned by the Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund, and premiered by Alarm Will Sound at the Mizzou New Music Festival, July 2011. LISTEN

2010 commissioning music/USA grant from Meet the Composer to write a new chamber orchestra piece, New Ghetto Music, for the NYC-based Knights Ensemble with Christina Courtin as vocal soloist-singer. Premiered at Baryshnikov Arts Center, January 2011.

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