RECENT COMPOSTIONS,PERFORMANCES AND ACTIVITIES
Michael Kallstrom and Rookie
Premiere of LIFT YOUR HAND
a sonata in three movements for cello and piano, by Sarah Berry,
WKU, October 2012
Two Performances of SINE SOLE
by the Livas Clarinet Quartet at
the Wales Millennium Centre,
Cardiff on the Glanfa Stage, and at the Royal Welsh College of
Music and Drama
, October 2012.
to flute chamber works to featured on an upcoming CD (Centaur
Alvarez, Tammy Evans Yonce, Don Speer, Liza Kelly,
Wayne Pope and Ching-Yi Lin, WKU, September 2012.
IN THE CLEAR BLUE
, for two flutes and piano, performed at
Pacific Lutheran University in April 2012.
for digital audio media, performed for
the Cagefest in Chattanooga, TN in April 2012.
"SING HER NAME" for LIFE IS DREAMING,
voices, animated video and electronic music, performed at the
Society of Composers conference
(Christopher Newport University) in March 2012, with Michael
Kallstrom, bass and Megan Ihnen, mezzo soprano.
for improvising bass voice, animated videos and
electronic music, premiered at WKU in March 2012 by Michael
a dance installation - collaborative
work with Lisa D. Long, premiered at the Center for Ressearch and
Development in March 2012.
SILKEN KISSES SLIP AWAY
for mezzo soprano, flute and
piano, premiered in March 2012.
for wind ensemble, premiered by the WKU Wind
ensemble in March 2012.
for solo horn, will be used for the
university undergraduate solo horn competition of the Mid-South
IN THE CLEAR BLUE
, for two flutes and piano, was
premiered for the Kentucky Flute Society Conference in January
THE FALLING CINDERS OF TIME
for solo flute, was
performed for the Kentucky Flute Society Conference in January
"Sing Her Name" from LIFE IS
performed for SoundCrawl
2011 in Nashville, TN in October.
THE FALLING CINDERS OF TIME, for solo flute, was
premiered in France by Heidi Alvarez in May 2011 as part of a
concert tour of the region. It was also performed in Costa Rica in
July 2011 and at WKU in August 2011.·
IT HAD TO BE performed by the
Kwartet fortepianowy at the Academy of Music in Poznan, Poland,
Name" from LIFE IS DREAMING
performed at Augustana College for the SCI Region V conference,
October 2, 2010.
ON THE BRINK OF STILLNESS
for flute, violin and piano was premiered at WKU in November 2010
by WKU music faculty.
"Sing Her Name" from LIFE IS
DREAMING was performed by thingNY for a concert at the
LaGuardia Performing Arts Center in New York City, February 2011.
A full session, "The Horn Quartets of Michael Kallstrom," was
presented by Brenda Luchsinger at the 2010 International Horn
Society Conference in Brisbane, Australia.
In addition, STARFLAME and HEADBANGER were performed on
a separate concert as part of the conference. The session was also
presented for the Southeast Horn Workshop, a division of the
International Horn Society, at Appalachian State University in
"The Horn Quartets of Michael Kallstrom," a doctoral dissertation,
was submitted by Brenda Luchsinger and accepted in support of the
Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Alabama, Spring
YOU MIGHT LIKE
TO HEAR MY ORGAN, for organ, was performed for the
International Conference of the Society of Composers in Columbia,
SC in November 2010. The work was performed by WKU Department of
Music alum, Amir Zaheri.
clarinet, French horn and piano, was performed at Emporia State
University on October 28, 2010 and Kansas University on November
1, 2010 on guest faculty recitals.
alto and tenor saxophone with piano, was performed on Polish National
Radio this summer 2010 at a saxophone festival/workshop in
IS DREAMING, the sixth work in the Electric Opera
series, for improvising singers, woodwinds and dancer with
electronic music and video animations
created by the composer.
Premiere of the complete work at Western Kentucky University,
October 12, 2010
"Sing Her Name" from LIFE IS DREAMING performed
at Augustana College for the SCI Region V conference, October
A full session, "The Horn
Quartets of Michael Kallstrom," was presented by Brenda
Luchsinger at the International Horn Society Conference in
Brisbane, Australia in
July 2010. In addition, STARFLAME
and HEADBANGER were
performed on a separate concert as part of the conference.
SOUL'S AT LIBERTY, for soprano solo, unison choir, brass quintet,
timpani and organ, commissioned by Embry Hills United
GA). Premiered July 4, 2010.
clarinet, horn in F and piano in three movements, composed
for Tod and Jackie Kerstetter, premiered at Kansas State
University in April 2010.
MUSIC FALLS IN, for
in January 2010 and also at Western Kentucky University in
MIGHT LIKE TO HEAR MY ORGAN, for solo
organ, was performed by Amir Zaheri for the Liturgical
Arts Festival in Bowling Green, KY on September 14
and also in Atlanta, GA the following week.
CHANSONS POPULAIRES, a song cycle for voice and piano, and excerpts from LIFE IS
improvisation in three movements for voice, woodwinds and
were premiered by
Michael Kallstrom on September 8 at Western Kentucky
brass quintet, was performed live by the Smoky Mountain
Quintet on WCQS-FM, public radio in Asheville, NC, and also
on the internet at www.wcgs.org on August 21.
It was also
performed for a concert in Highlands, NC on August 19.
horn in F) and BROTHERS IN
and tape), were performed in Chile at the University of Talca
and the University of La Serena
2009 by Paul Basler of the University of Florida.
Wind and the Waves was performed by the Commonwealth Clarinet Quartet at
the College Music Society Great Lakes Chapter, regional
conference in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on March 28, 2009.
The Cors d'Amour, a student
French horn quartet at the University of Kentucky, recently
as part of its first place performance for the Southeast Horn
(a branch of the International
Horn Society) quartet competition in March 2009.
WHITE WATER was performed by the
Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet for an American Composers concert
at Western Carolina University on February 10, 2009.
The quintet will perform the
piece on its tour of the Southwest this Spring.
OZYMANDIAS was performed for the Mid-South Flute
Society Conference at Austin Peay State University on March 7.
The Kentucky Governor's School
for the Arts has commissioned a new work for viola, clarinet,
trumpet, percussion, and piano
to be premiered by the GSA
faculty ensemble in June 2009.
OZYMANDIAS, for baritone, flute, oboe and electronic
tape, was performed at Asbury College on January 16, 2009.
GREAT DAY COMING, for trombone and percussion,
was performed at Belmont University on November 12, 2008.
JAMMIN', for horn choir, was performed by the Horn
Ensemble of the University of Wisconsin on November 15, 2008.
It was also performed on
December 6 at the Chazen Art Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin.
JAMMIN' is published by RM Williams
WHITE WATER, for brass quintet, commissioned by the Smoky Mountain Brass
Quintet. Premiered on October 28 at Western Carolina
LET'S PLAY for violin, clarinet and piano, performed
for the Bowling Green-Western Symphony Orchestra "Autumn
Collage" on October 19, 2008.
THE WIND AND THE WAVES, for clarinet quartet,
commissioned by the Commonwealth Quartet and premiered at the
University of Louisville
and Eastern Kentucky University
on September 20 and 21, 2008.
LET'S PLAY for violin, clarinet and piano,
commissioned by Magie
Smith. Premiered at Western Kentucky University on
September 5, 2008
and at Eastern Illinois
University on September 12, 2008.
ARRIVAL ON EARTH, for wind ensemble commissioned by the
student chapters of the National Band Association for a new work
for wind ensemble and solo
voices to be premiered by the
National Band Association.
OZYMANDIAS, for flute, oboe, baritone voice and
electronics was performed on a faculty recital at Western
in March 2008.
BROTHERS IN ARMS, for horn and tape, and JAMMIN', for horn choir,
were premiered for the International Horn Society workshop at
Columbus State University
in February 2008. Both works
were commissioned by Paul Basler
and will be published by RM Willams
MAGIC FLIGHT, for alto saxophone, 'cello and piano, was performed on a faculty recital
at Indiana State University in February 2008.
INTO THE DEEP
performed by the composer at the National Conference of the
College Music Society at the invitation of CMS in
November 2007 to celebrate the
fiftieth anniversary of CMS.
SHINING MOMENT, was performed in Wales for the
Newport Music Society, the University of Aberyswyth,
and the Royal Welsh College of
Music and Drama in October 2007. The composition is published by RM Willams
OZYMANDIAS, for flute, oboe, baritone voice and
electronics premiered at Arizona State Uiversity and Utah State
in Aprill 2007. Performed for
the International Double Reed Society conference at Syracuse
Univesity in June 2007 and at WKU
in October 2007..
MAGIC FLIGHT, for alto saxophone, 'cello and
piano performed at Purdue University in April 2007.
RIP TIDE, for piano and percussion, commissioned by
Sole Nero and premiered in February 2007 at the University
STARFLAME, for horn quartet, performed on a concert
for the British Horn Society Summer Exhibition in July 2005 at
the Birmingham Conservatoire in England.
ME YOUR NAME, a music theater work for bass voice, electronic tape,
shadow puppets and video; the fifth work in the ELECTRIC OPERA
by the composer at Western
ROUGH AND READY, for bassoon quartet, commissioned and
premiered by the ensemble Depraved Indifference for the
International Double Reeed Society Conference, July 2006.
Accepted for publication by Prairie Dawg Music.
Commissioned ($5000) work for
soprano and orchestra, ONE
SONG FAR AWAY, premiered in 2006 by Jennifer
and the Bowling Green-Western
Symphony Orchestra as part of the WKU Centennial Celebration.
Also to be performed at the Performing Arts Center in Owensboro,
FORCE, a concerto for concert band and clarinet,
premiered at Barren County High School, KY with WKU faculty John
Cipolla as soloist and WKU senior Michelle White conducting, May
STARFLAME, for horn quartet, performed for the
Western Illinois Horn Festival, April 2006.
SHINING MOMENT, for solo Horn in F, was performed by
Lorraine Fader on a faculty recital at Western Kentucky
University in April 2006. The composition is published by RM Willams
Sang excerpts from the operas
of Roger Hannay (1930-2006) for that composer's memorial concert
at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 2006.
I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS, performed by the WKU
Chamber Singers with the composer as baritone soloist, April
Excerpts from the Electric
Opera, TELL ME YOUR NAME, performed
by the composer for the Southeastern Composers League Forum at
Converse College, South Carolina, in March 2006.
AROUND THE CLOCK, was performed at Texas A&M
University-Kingsville, and Northwestern State University,
Louisiana, in February 2006. It was also performed for the
Southeast Horn Society conference held in Louisiana in March
SOLO NECESITAS EL AMOR, for violin, violoncello and piano,
premiered at Western Kentucky University in March 2006.
SHINING MOMENT, for solo Horn in F, was performed on a
faculty recital at Western Illinois University in February 2006.
The composition is published by RM Willams
One of three judges for the
Composition Contest of the International Horn Society that had
64 entries from 13 countries, January 2006.
DREAMS AND THE SHORE, for bass voice, flute and
percussion, performed for "Autumn Collage" - a benefit concert
for the Bowling Green-Western Symphony Orchestra, October 2005.
TELL ME YOUR NAME, a music theater work for bass voice,
electronic tape, shadow puppets and video, the fifth work in the ELECTRIC
OPERA series, performed at the University of Florida and the
University of Alabama in September 2005.
for orchestra and video projections. To be premiered by the
Bowling Green-Western Symphony Orchestra.
MADE OF MUSIC, for bass voice and horn quartet,
premiered by the TransAtlantic
Horn Quartet with the composer for the Gala Finale Concert
of the International Horn Society conference, June 2005.
for horn quartet, published by RM Willaims
publishing (June 2005).
THE CLOCK, was performed by Paul Basler
of the University of Florida on his recital at the Royal Welsh
College of Music and Drama on May 8, 2005 in Cardiff, Wales.
FLAME and CRIMSON were performed by faculty of the
Kansas State University Department of Music in March and April,
BELLS, for tuba and piano, was performed by Jeff Hodapp
on his faculty recital at Emporia State University in March
AND THE SHORE, for bass voice, flute and percussion,
premiered for the Florida Flute Association Festival, Daytona
Beach, FL, in January 2005. Also performed for the Kentucky
Flute Association Festival.
and HEADBANGER were
performed in London, England in January 2005. The TransAtlantic Horn Quartet
played both pieces for a live BBC radio program that was also
simulcast via the BBC’s internet site and heard by people all
over the world. HEADBANGER
will be featured on the quartet’s new CD that is due for release
in the Fall of 2005.
IT HAD TO BE, for
flute, oboe, clarinet and piano, given its international
premiere in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. U.S premiere at WKU
in December 2004.
DRIVE, electronic score for modern dance, premiered at
Emory University in Atlanta, Spring 2004, for the American
College Dance Festival Association National conference.
YOUR NAME, a music theater work for bass voice,
electronic tape, shadow puppets and video; the fifth work in the
ELECTRIC OPERA series. Premiered in Spring 2004 by the composer
in Kentucky and Ohio. And for the Heidleberg College New Music
Festival where the composer was a Featured Guest Composer,
performing for the festival and also conducting workshops in the
KOLO for chamber orchestra. Commissioned by the Bowling
Green Chamber Orchestra as part of a state grant promoting
cultural diversity. Premiered in September 2003.
Electronic ballet score, FRANKENSTEIN,
commissioned and premiered by the Fort Wayne Ballet
Company in Fort Wayne, Indiana for their 2002 season. Produced
again for the Ballet’s 2003 season.
2002 Kentucky Music Teachers
Association Commissioned Composer. Composition, SOULS AND SOUNDS, for bass
voice, flute and piano was premiered by the composer with Dr.
Heidi Pintner and Dr.Donald Speer of the Department of Music in
October for the KMTA convention in Louisville, and performed at
WKU on Kallstrom’s faculty recital in March 2003.
for clarinet, horn and piano, was performed on faculty recitals
at Kansas State University on September 24, and at the
University of Central Arkansas on September 26.
Performed composition for bass
voice, electronic tape and video projections, INTO THE DEEP, for the
Society of Composers, Inc. conference on November1 at Rhodes
College in Memphis, TN. Also performed for the SCI conference at
Henderson State University, Feb 2003.
AND PIPES, for oboe, horn and piano, performed at
Mansfield University, PA on November 23, 2002.
WKU Music Alum, Amir Zaheri
performed Kallstrom's composition for solo organ, YOU MIGHT LIKE TO HEAR MY ORGAN,
in Atlanta, Georgia in January 2003.
MY SONG, for violin, bassoon and piano, performed for
the SCL Forum at the University of Georgia, March 2003, and in
South Dakota by Jeffery Womack.
BELLS, for tuba and piano, commissioned and premiered
by Jeff Hodapp at Emporia State University on March 9, 2003.
WISHES, for clarinet and piano, performed for a
Kentucky Music Teachers Association composer's concert at
Western on April 25 by WKU faculty Dr. John Cipolla and Dr.
Composition for mezzo soprano
and marimba, SCENES,
was performed on a recital at Belmont University in Nashville,
TN on March 30, 2003
June 2003 Performances of
and HEAD BANGER, by the
TransAtlantic Horn Quartet that included concerts for the TAHQ
Summer Seminar at the University of Alabama, The Royal
Welsh Conservatory, Cardiff, Wales, The Manchester ( England)
University School of Music, The British Horn Society meeting in
Birmingham, England, and the Guildhall School of Music, The
Royal College, and The Royal Academy, all in London England.
for bass voice, electronics and puppets, the third work in the
Electric opera series,performed by the composer at Transylvania
University, Oct. 23, 2001
RHYTHM, commissioned ($500) and premiered by the Quadre
Horn Quartet in Los Angeles, CA, Dec. 2001. Also performed at
San Jose City College (Decemeber 2001), the Noe Valley Ministry
(December 2001, The University of Georgia (February 2002), and
the Magnet Schools of Selma, AL (February 2002).
performed by the University of Florida Wind Ensemble, Society of
Composers conference, University of Florida, Nov. 2001. Also
performed in a version for string orchestra and horn quartet by
the Macon Symphony.
One of three featured guest
composers for the nationally recognized Heidelberg College
Annual New Music Festival, with British composer Stephen
Montague and Russell Pinkston (Univ. Of Texas at Austin). Also
featured as guest composer/performer for a performance at a
local elementary school (approx. 300 children)
Kentucky Music Teachers
Association (chapter of Music Teachers National Association)
Commissioned Composer of the Year. $1000 for a new work that
will feature flute, bass voice and piano.
Performances of STARFLAME at the Midwest
Horn Workshop (Oshkosh, WI), Tennessee Tech University, Mercer
University, Sarasota, FL and four performances in Boston,
MA by the TransAtlantic
Horn Quartet during their 2002 Spring North American
Tour. The tour also featured the premiere of HEADBANGER, a
new work commissioned by the TransAtlantic Horn Quartet. This
work will be recorded for the quartet’s second compact disc
release. Both works were also performed for the TransAtlantic
Horn Quartet’s Summer Horn Seminar at the University of Alabama
WISHES for clarinet and piano, performed by James
Perone on a faculty recital at Mount Union College, OH in April
Premiere of YOU MIGHT LIKE TO HEAR MY ORGAN
for the Nashville Chapter of the American Guild of Organists by
WKU almunus, Amir Zaheri (May 2002).
Premiere of RED ROCK by the WKU Wind
Ensemble at WKU (March 2002).
Performance of excerpts from GHOSTS!!, a solo music
theater work and the fourth in the Electric Opera series, by the
composer for the Southeastern Composers League Annual Forum at
Mercer University, GA (February 2002).
AND RESURRECTIONS performed by the WKU University Choir
for the Kentucky Music Educators Association state conference in
Louisville, KY (February 2002), and for the WKU High School
Choir Invitational in Bowling Green, KY (March 2002).
DEATHS AND RESURRECTIONS, for
SATB choir and piano in four movements, commissioned by the WKU
University Choir and to be premiered in Spring 2001.
STARFLAME, for horn quartet,
released on a Compact Disc recording by the TransAtlantic Horn Quartet.
STARFLAME, for horn quartet, and
JEEPERS, for quartet and wind ensemble, performed by the
Quartet while in residence at The University of South
Florida, March 2000.
KEEP THE FAITH, a piano sonata,
performed by Janet Bass Smith in February 2000.
CRAZY RHYTHM, for horn quartet, paid commission from
the Quadre Quartet of Los Angeles, CA, and premiered during
their 2000-2001 season.
AROUND THE CLOCK, for alto
saxophone and piano, given two performances at Cabrillo College,
California in a special version with choreographed dance,
SINGING MY SONG, for violin,
bassoon and piano, commissioned by Bruce Gbur of Kansas State
University and to be premiered in Spring 2001.
TAKE IT, for percussion ensemble,
commissioned by he WKU Percussion Ensemble and premiered in
April 2000. Click here to listen.
JEEPERS, for horn quartet and
string orchestra. A transcription of an earlier work , premiered
by the TransAtlantic Horn
Quartet and the Macon Symphony in
AROUND THE CLOCK, for horn and
tape, performed by Paul Basler in the
Dominican Republic at the National Conservatory and the School
of Arts at Mao in December 1999.
GIOVANNI'S FANTASY, for trombone
and tape (or piano), premiered by Doug
Farwell (Valdosta State University) in June
1999, wiil also performed at Lenoir-Rhyne University,
Western Kentucky University, Campbellsville University and the
University of Illinois in the fall of 1999.
Michael Kallstrom performed
GHOSTS!! for Dension
University, Mount Union College, Millikin University,
Elmhurst College and Georgia State University
in September and October of 1999.
THREE WISHES was performed by the
ensemble, Third Angle,
in Portland, OR in September 1999.
MAGIC FLIGHT was performed for
the Festival of Contemporary Music
at Indiana State University in October 1999.
BURST INTO SONG, for children's
choir, SATB choir, brass quintet and organ. Commissioned by the
Trinity United Methodist Church
of Gainesville, Florida, and premiered in August 1999.
TIME CONVERGING, for alto and
tenor saxophones, will be performed at Keene State College (NH) in
STARFLAME, commissioned and
premiered by the TransAtlantic Horn Quartet,
featuring Michael Thompson, Richard
Watkins, Eric Ruske, and Skip Snead,
for two performances in London, England, at the Tanglewood
Summer Music Festival, May,
1998, and for the International Horn Society Workshop at
Louisiana State University in February 1999. JEEPERS, also commissioned and
premiered by the Quartet was premiered in Febraury 1999 at the
University of Alabama.
AROUND THE CLOCK, for alto
saxophone and wind ensemble. A transcription of an earlier
sonata, premiered atWestern Kentucky University in March 1998 by
Tod Kerstetter, and
performed at California Polytechnic University.
AROUND THE CLOCK, Hornist Paul Basler
commissioned a setting of this work for horn and orchestra
through a grant from the University of Florida, which was
recorded in the Czech Republic by the Moravian Philharmonic
SUNDAY PAGES, an opera in two
acts, composed on a Fellowship Residency from the Ragdale
Foundation and a sabbatical leave from WKU. The four-night
premiere and full production was given at Western Kentucky
University in February, 1999.
INNER FLAME, for unaccompanied
alto saxophone. Commissioned and premiered by Caroline Henderson at the
World Saxophone Congress,
Valencia, Spain. RHYTHM GARDEN, a suite for alto
saxophone and piano, was also commissioned and premiered by Caroline Henderson for the
1997 Southeastern Composers League Forum.
MAGIC FLIGHT, for alto/soprano
saxophone, violoncello and piano. Commissioned and premiered by
Kandace Brooks and the AEVIA trio.
It has been performed at Georgia State University , the
University of Tennessee, the University of Florida, in Jacksonville,
Florida, at Valdosta State University, and for the National
Conference of the North American
MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, CAVERNS, for
bass voice, chorus and orchestra. Commissioned and premiered by
Green-Western Symphony Orchestra in
April, 1997 with the composer as bass soloist. TOWERS AND
SPIRES, was also commissioned
by the Bowling Green-Western Symphony Orchestra, and premiered
ZING!, for contrabass and piano,
commissioned by Milton Masciadri
in 1995. Premiered at the University of Georgia and performed in Italy, Spain, Slovenia,
Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and the Moscow Conservatory, Russia. Recorded
on Compact Disc
:Edizioni della Foundazione (1996).
EASTERN BRILLIANCE, for horn and
piano or tape. Commissioned and premiered by Fulbright Fellow Paul Basler for the Southeastern Composers League
Forum. Also performed for the Southeastern Horn Workshop,
University of Delaware
, Florida State University, and Louisiana State University
(April 1996). The horn and piano version was premiered by Jacqueline Fassler-Kerstetter.
AROUND THE CLOCK, for alto
saxophone and piano or tape, commissioned by Gail Levinsky in 1995.
March 1996 for the North American
Saxophone Alliance Conference/Electro-Acoustic Festival at the
University of Florida.Also performed by Gail Levinsky, Griffin Campbell, Caroline
Henderson, and Allyn Reilly at Mississippi
StateUniversity, Millsaps College, Tulane University, Baylor
University, the University of Costa Rica, Lafayette
(Louisiana),Ohio University, Youngstown University, the Festival
of New Music at Indiana State University, and the
AmericanComposers Forum Sonic Circuits concert at Mississippi
State University. Also performed in a transcription for horn and
tape by Paul Basler in Kenya,
Africa, the Florida Musica Nova Concert, the University of
Alabama, and Hamline University . To be recorded on Compact Disc on the
BRIGHT NAMES, BURNING LIGHTS, for
flute and piano. Premiered at the University of
Wisconsin-Oshkosh in1993. Also performed by Charles
W. Smith and Janet Bass Smith for the
Kentucky Music Teachers Association Conference, and for the West Virginia
Music Teachers Association Conference. Also performed on a
European Tour, with
concerts in the Netherlands, France and Germany (Spring 1998).
SUNFIELDS, for string quartet in
one movement. Commissioned and premiered by the Lindsayan Quartet in March,
TIME CONVERGING, commissioned and
premiered by Pat Meighan and the
Trio Bel Canto for the 14th Annual International Saxophone Symposium . Also
performed for the 17th Annual International Saxophone Institute
, at Florida State
University , at the Memphis State New Music Festival , for the
North American Saxophone Alliance Convention , and at Oberlin University (March, 1996). To
be recorded by Bill and Cynthia
Marr for a compact disc by Open
LoopRecordings and published by Dorn Publications.
BREAKING AWAY, for horn and mixed
percussion commissioned by the first horn of the Nashville
Symphony, Leslie Norton,
and premiered in March,1996. Also performed by Paul
NOISY DREAMING, for flute,
clarinet, horn and piano. Commissioned and premiered by the Western Arts Quintet in
1996. Also performed at Arizona State University for the Society
of Composers Conference, the Kentucky Music Educators Conference, and the
Kentucky Music Teachers Association conference.
MOON'S MORNING, for trumpet and
piano. Commissioned and premiered by Marshall Scott for
the Southeastern Composers
League Forum, March 1996. Also performed at Interlochen Arts
Academy and the University of Richmond.
NOCTURNE, a chamber work
concerning the homeless featuring audience participation, was
commissioned andpremiered by the ensemble Epicycle for the WPA
Festival of the Arts in Cleveland, Ohio, and was performed for
the 1994 Music Educators
National Convention in Cincinnati.
PIERS AND BRIDGES, for double SATB
chorus has been performed by the A
Capella Singers of McNeese State University
and won their New Works Competition, by the WKU University Choir on
their 1990 Spring Tour of the Southeast, including performances in
Washington, D.C., and on the First Symposium of New Choral
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