THOMAS OBOE LEE: Departed Feathers Music

Premieres and performances: 2013-2014 season

Sunday, September 15, 2013 @ 3PM
Irina Muresanu and J.Y. Song premiere "Grand Duo, opus 151" (2012) for violin and piano in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: Beethoven's Spring Sonata No. 5 and Ravel's Sonata No. 2.

October 26 & 27, 2013; Saturday @ 8PM and Sunday @ 3PM
Sharon Roffman and the Boston Classical Orchestra premiere "Serenade Rondo" (2013) for violin and chamber orchestra in Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.  Steven Lipsitt. music director. 

Saturday, November 9, 2013 @ 8PM
John Finney and the Univeristy Chorale of Boston College premiere "God's Grandeur" (2012) for chorus and chamber orchestra at Trinity Chapel on the Newton campus of Boston College in Newton Centre, Massachusetts.  A choral setting of poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J.

Premieres and performances: 2012-2013 season

October 31, 2012
Professor Jeremiah McGrann performs ""Ann Dhu ... in memoriam" (2012) for solo piano in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chesnut Hill, Massachusetts.

November 8, 2012; Thursday @ 8PM
Premiere performance by the Tremonti Trio of "Piano Trio ... Shosty-Bach Suite" (2012) in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Saul Bitran, violin; Jan Müller-Szeraws, cello and Sally Pinkas, piano.  Also on the program, trios by Mozart and Dvorak.

February 10, 2013; Sunday @ 3PM
Maestro Max Hobart and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra perform "Pluto ... Lord of the Underworld!!!" (2005) in John F. MacKenzie Auditorium at MassBay Community College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.  Also on the program, works by Mozart, Chabrier, R. Strauss, Debussy, and Holst.

February 17, 2013; Sunday @ 3PM
Premiere performance of "Lilacs ... A Poem by Amy Lowell" (2012) by soprano Mary Hubbell and pianist Mirna Lekic in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chesnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program, works by Andre Previn, John Corigliano, G. Brown and D. Welcher.

March 25, 2013: Monday @ 8PM
Annual faculty jazz concert with TOL on flute, Brad Hatfield on piano, John Lockwood on bass, and Brian O'Neill on vibes and percusiion, in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Program of jazz standards by Cole Porter, Arthur Schwartz, Sonny Rollins, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, etc.

April 28, 2013; Sunday @ 5PM
US premiere performance of "Octet in D, opus 144" (2012) by faculty members of the Boston Conservatory of Music: Jonathan Cohler clarinet, Lee Wadenpfuhl horn, Adrain Morejon bassoon, Irina Muresanu violin, Sharan Leventhal violin, Lila Brown viola, Rhonda Rider cello, and Joseph Holt double bass in Seully Hall at the Boston Conservatory, 8 the Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: Tchaikovsky's "Souvenir de Florence" and works by Mark O'Connor.

April 30, 2013; Tuesday @ 7PM
Jessi Rosinski and Ina Zdorovetchi perform "Waltzes, opus 101 (2002) for flute and harp in the Moonshine Room at Club Café in downtown Boston, Massachusetts.  Also on this "Celebrate five years of BMOP/sound" program are works by Martin Boykan, John Harbison, Paul Moravec, and others.

May 4, 2013
Premiere performance of "Toccata for Double Bass and Piano" (2012) by bassist Joel Quarrington and pianist Ney Fialkow in the Auditoiurm Tasso Corrêa Instituto de Artes da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.  Also on the program, works by J.C. Bach and Robert Schumann.

May 12, 2013; Sunday @ 3PM
Maestro Max Hobart and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra perform "Pastorale" (2000, rev. 2013)
with harpist Gréta Ásgeirsson in John F. MacKenzie Auditorium at MassBay Community College in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts.  Also on the program, works by Mozart, Rossini and R. Schumann.

June 1, 2013; Sunday @ 3PM
Premiere performance of "The Lord's Prayer ... A poem by R. Buckminster Fuller" (2013) by soprano Jean Danton and pianist Thomas Stumpf  in the Story Chapel at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Also on the program, various works by composers and poets buried at the cemetery.

June 8, 2013, Saturday @ 8PM
US p
remiere performance of "Toccata for Double Bass and Piano" (2012) by bassist Joel Quarrington and pianist Jean Desmarais at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.  Also on the program, a new work by Canadian jazz bassist Don Thompson.

July 31, 2013; Wednesday @ 7PM
Maestro Christopher Wilkins and Boston Landmarks Orchestra perform "Mambo!!!" (2003) at the Hatch Shell on the Charles River Esplanade in Boston, Massachusetts.  Also on the program, works by Gottschalk, Villa-Lobos and Moncayo.


Premieres and performances: 2011-2012 season

October 24, 2011
Annual TOL jazz concert at Boston College.  "An Evening of Tunes by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Thelonious Monk" with TOL on flute, Brad Hatfield on piano, John Lockwood on bass, and Brain O’Neill on percussion and vibes.

Ask me now (Monk)
Chega de Saudade (Jobim)
Desafinado (Jobim)
Pannonica (Monk)
Bright Mississippi (Monk)
O Grande Amore (Jobim)
Monk's Mood (Monk)
Retrato em branco e preto (Jobim)
Rhythm-a-ning (Monk)
So Danço Samba (Jobim)

November 19, 2011; Saturday at 8PM
Premiere performance of “Symphony No. 8 … City of Light” (2011) by Boston Classical Orchestra at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.  Steven Lipsitt, music director.  Also on the program, works by Mozart and Haydn.

November 20, 2011; Sunday at 3PM
Repeat performance of “Symphony No. 8 … City of Light” (2011) by Boston Classical Orchestra at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. Steven Lipsitt, music director.  Also on the program, works by Mozart and Haydn.

November 21, 2011; Monday at 8PM
Premiere performance of “Concerto for Concert Band” (2011) by the Jordan Winds in Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music.  Bill Drury, music director.

February 9, 2012; Thursday at 8PM
Premiere performances of Partita for Solo Violin (2011) by Irina Muresanu in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

February 9, 2012; Thursday at 8PM
Premiere performance of “Corso's Marriage” (2011) by Tim Krol and Holly Chatham in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

May 8, 2012; 8PM
In Choro Novo performs "Lux Aeterna I" (2000, rev. 2010) in Marsh Chapel at Boston University, 735 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.  Thérèse Provenzano, music director.

May 12, 2012; 8PM
Oure Pleasure Singers perform "Lux Aeterna I & IV" (2000, rev. 2010) at Second Congregational Church in Attleboro, Massachusetts.   Tim Harbold, music director.

May 20, 2012
Premiere performance of “Octet in D, opus 144” (2012) by the Emmelos Ensemble in Bunnik, Holland.  Nancy Braithwaite, artistic director and clarinetist.

June 2, 2012; 2PM or 3PM?
World premiere of "Mayonnaise Dressing I" (2012) for soprano and piano in the Bigelow Chapel at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Watertown, Massachusetts.  Jean Danton, soprano, and Thomas Stumpf, piano.  Text from the 1896 Fannie Farmer Cook Book. 

Premieres and performances: 2010-2011 season


September 16, 17 & 18, 2010
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis,"
a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango"  at the Joyce Theater in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

September 20, 21 & 22, 2010
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis,"
a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango"  at the Joyce Theater in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

November 20, 2010; Saturday at 6PM
Hawthorne String Quartet performs
"Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) in the Shapiro Family Couryard of the Art of the Americas Wing in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.  Also on the program works by Charles Ives and Post.

November 21, 2010; Sunday at 4PM
Hawthorne String Quartet performs
"Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program works by Beethoven, J.C. Bach, Klein and Post.

January 6, 2011; Thursday from 9:30 to 11:30 PM
Jazz gig at the Swan Bar, 165 Boulevard du Montparnasse in Paris, France.   TOL on flute and Joseph Makholm on piano.  Tunes by Thelonious Monk, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and others ...

All of Me
Ask Me Now
Desafinado
If I Had You
Misterioso
Alone Together
But Not For Me
You Don't Know What Love Is
Bright Mississippi
In Your Own Sweet Way
Monk's Mood
On Green Dolphin Street
Stella By Starlight
Rhythm-a-ning

January 21, 2011; Friday at 8 PM
World premiere performance of "De Profundis" (2010) for baritone and piano with John Whittlesey and James Busby at St. John the Evangelist Church, 35 Bowdoin Street in Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts.   Text by Oscar Wilde from his book of the same title.   Also on the program: The Andrée Expedition (1983) by Domenico Argento.

February 17, 18 & 19, 2011; at 8 PM
Tapage (tap dancers Mari Fujibayashi and Olivia Rosenkrantz) dance to "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Teatro de la Danza, Plaza Angel Sales - Centro Cultural del Bosque, Colonia Chapultepec Polanco, Mexico City.  Also on the program music by Piazzolla, Revueltas, Sierra, etc.

March 28, 2011; Monday at 7:30 PM
Premiere performance of "Vincent Millay Cycle" (2010) for soprano and piano with Mary Hubbell and Katya Mihailova at Elebash Recital Hall at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue in New York City, New York.   Six poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay. 

March 31, 2011; Thursday at 7 PM
"Three World Premieres" at Gargan Hall, Bapst Library at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
Part The First ... THOU mastering me God! (2010) for soprano and piano with Megan Stapleton and Diane Braun.  Text by Gerard Manley Hopkins from his epic poem "The Wreck of the Deutschland."
String Quartet No. 12 ... The Seasons, after Franz Joseph Haydn (2010) with the QX string quartet.
Repeat performance of "De Profundis" (2010) for baritone and piano with Tim Krol and Holly Chatham. Text by Oscar Wilde, excerpted from his book of the same title.

April 7, 2011; at 4:30 PM
Boston Premiere of "Vincent Millay Cycle"
(2010) for soprano and piano with Mary Hubbell and Katya Mihailova at Gargan Hall, Bapst Library at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Six poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay.

April 19, 2011; at 8 PM (Postponed until next season???)
World premiere performance of "Concerto for Concert Band" (2011) with the Jordan Winds in Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Bill Drury, music director.

May 3, 2011; at 12:30PM
Sonja van Lier, Nancy Braithwaite and Vaughan Schlepp perform "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" (1991) at Muziek na de markt in het witte Kerkje in Baarn, the Netherlands.  Also on the program, works by Franz Schubert, Clara Schumann and Abbie Betinis.

May 7 & 8, 2011
Performances of "The Flowers of Terezín" (2004) for SSA chorus and piano by the Battenkill Chorale in Ladd Hall at the Zankel Music Center at Skidmore College in Saratoga Spring, New York.  Janet McGhee, music director.

Premieres and performances: 2009-2010 season

October 26, 2009
Annual TOL jazz concert at Boston College.  "An Evening of Cole Porter Standards" with TOL on flute, Nando Michelin on piano, Oscar Stagnaro on bass, and Mark Walker on drums.

At Long Last Love
Dream Dancing
Everything I Love
Get Out Of Town
In The Still Of The Night
Love For Sale
So In Love
What???  (TOL original based on "What Is This Thing Called Love?")
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

February 12, 2010, at 7:30 PM
The Boston Chamber Orchestra premieres "Tangata Manu" (2009) for piano, strings and percussion, at First Church in Boston, Massachusetts.  Music Director, David Feltner.   Also on the program: TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" for string orchestra plus works by Sibelius, Mendelssohn and Robert E. Smith.

February 14, 2010, at 3 PM
Serenata of Santa Fe performs "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Scottish Rite Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Other works on the program: Charles Ives, Michael Haydn, Isang Yun, Thelonious Monk, Gioacchino Rossini, and Mark O'Connor.

February 23, 2010, at 7:30 PM
Tapage (tap dancers Mari Fujibayashi and Olivia Rosenkrantz) dance to "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Sentry Theater of University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, Wisconsin.  Also on the program music by Piazzolla, Revueltas, Sierra, etc.

March 7, 2010, at 2 PM
Premiere performance of Violin Concerto, opus 129 (2009) by Irina Muresanu and Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, in Boston, Massachusetts.  Music Director, Max Hobart.  Also on the program: works by G. Rossini, N. Paganini, and P. Tchaikovsky.

March 30, 2010, at 8 PM
Pianist Mana Tokuno premieres "Tokuno Toccata" (2010) in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: works by Poulenc, Beethoven and Robert Schumann.

April 10, 2010, at 8 PM
New York City premiere of "Tokuno Toccata" (2010) by pianist Mana Tokuno at Weill Recital Hall in New York, New York.  Repeat of same program from March 30.

May 8, 2010, at 7 PM
Tapage (tap dancers Mari Fujibayashi and Olivia Rosenkrantz) dance to "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Kyoto Furitzu Fumin Hall ALTI in Kyoto, Japan.  Also on the program music by Piazzolla, Revueltas, Sierra, etc.

May 9, 2010, at 3 PM
Premiere performance of "Focus On Grace ... Concerto for Jazz Saxophone and Orchestra (2010) by Grace Kelly and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra at Mass Bay College Auditorium in Wellesley, Massachusettts.  Music Director, Max Hobart.  Also on the program: works by Bizet, Debussy, Satie and Dvorak.

May 8, 2010, at 7 PM
Tapage (tap dancers Mari Fujibayashi and Olivia Rosenkrantz) dance to "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Sogetsu Hall in Tokyo, Japan.  Also on the program music by Piazzolla, Revueltas, Sierra, etc.

June 3, 2010 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM
Music Director Charles Ansbacher and Boston Landmarks Orchestra record "Emerald Necklace ... The Story of Frederick Law Olmsted" as part of Gala celebrating Boston Landmarks Orchestra's 10th Anniversary at WGBH studios, 1 Guest Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

June 24, 25 & 26
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango"  in Hanover , New Hampshire.

June 27, 2010, at 5 PM
Pianist Mana Tokuno performs "Tokuno Toccata" (2010) at Greenwood Music Camp in Cummington, Massachusetts.  Also on the program works by Frederic Chopin and Robert Schumann.

July 3, 2010, at 8 PM
Nancy Zeltsman performs "Prelúdios ,,, Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival @ Conservatorium van Amsterdam in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  Also on the program works by Louis Andriessen, Carla Bley, Olivier Messiaen, and others.

July 13, 2010
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis,"
a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Joyce Theater in New York City.

August 26, 2010, at 7 PM
Lydian String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" in the Fraser Performance Studio at WGBH in Brighton, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: Beethoven's String Quartet No. 12 in E flat.

Premieres and performances: 2008-2009 season

September 13, 2008
Piano duo "Tetsu & Masaki" performs TOL arr. of George Gershwin's "He Loves And She Loves" at Piano Art Salon in Tsukishima, Chuou-Ku, Tokyo. 

September 13 & 14, 2008
The Tallahasee Ballet performs "Morango."  Choreography by Gerri Houlihan set to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango."   Featured dancers: Cristina Suarez and Stefan Zubal.  Live performance by a string quartet: Rang Hee Kim, Megan Oswalt, Sally Burton and Jayoung Kim.

October 14, 2008. 
Annual TOL jazz concert
in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  "Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim"  featuring TOL on flute, Alex Brown on piano, Daniel Durham on bass and Mark Walker on drums.

November 9 & 11, 2008
Performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" by soprano Shelly Gislason, clarinetist Adrian Wright and pianist Amy Hendricks at St. Patrick's Church in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.

February 8, 2009
Performance of "Persephone and the Four Seasons" (2006 - third movement Adagio only) by BSO oboist Keisuke Wakao and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra at MassBay Community College in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts.  Max Hobart, music director.

February 15, 2009
Premiere performance of "Septem Verba Christi in Cruce" (2008) for a cappella SATB chorus by the Boston Collegiam in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Daniel Gostin, music director.   Also on the program: premiere performance of the revised version of "Piano Quintet" (2008) by the Lexington Symphony Chamber Players. 

February 24, 2009
Premiere performance of the revised version of "The Flowers of Terezín" (2004, rev. 2008) by the students at Boston Arts Academy in the Higginson Room at Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.   Jeff Colby, music director.  Julia Carey, piano.

March 21 & 22, 2009
Premiere performance of string orchestra version of "Seven Steps To Heaven" by the Montpelier Chamber Orchestra at Montpelier College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, Vermont.  Music Director, Victor Rosenbaum.  Also on the program: Haydn's "Drumroll" Symphony and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3.  Mana Tokuno, piano solo.

April 19, 2009
Premiere performance of "Variations on a Mennonite Hymn" (2009) for two sopranos and violin solo.  Joan Yogg and Lara Secord-Haid, sopranos; Yumi Man, violin.  The Tavern Club, 4 Boylston Place, Boston, Massachusetts. 


May 22, 2009
Premiere performance of "... bisbigliando ..." (2009) by harpist Ina Zdorovetchi and Boston Modern Orchestra Project in Jordan Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.  Gil Rose, music director.

June 12, 2009***

Premiere performance of "Emerald Necklace ... The Story of Frederick Law Olmsted" for narrator and chamber orchestra by the Boston Landmarks Orchestra at the TAJ Boston, 15 Arlington Street, Boston, Massachusetts.   Charles Ansbacher, music director; Rick Burnes, narrator.

June 18, 2009
Chenango Summer MusicFest 2009 presents "Canções e Sambinhas" for cello and piano at St. Mary's Church in Hamilton, New York.  Dennis Parker, cello, and Steven Heyman, piano.  Other works on the program by Milhaud, Nazareth, Mignone, Almeida and Mendelssohn.

***Additional performances of "Emerald Necklace ... The Story of Frederick Law Olmsted" with Maestro Charles Ansbacher and the Boston Landmarks Orchestra.
July 26, 2009, at 6 PM    Pinebank Promontory, Jamaica Pond, Boston, Massachusetts.
August 5, 2009, at 9 AM & 10:30 AM     Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, Blue Hill Club, Dorchester, Boston, Massachusetts.
August 7
, 2009, at 9 AM & 11 AM    Boys and Girls Club of Boston, Yawkey Club, Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts.
August 9, 2009, at 6 PM    Dorchester Park, Dorchester, Boston, Massachusetts.
September 2, 2009, at 7 PM    Hatch Shell on the Esplanade at Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts.   Michael Dukakis, narrator.

Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations:
January 20, 2009 in Meridian, Mississippi.
January 28, 2009 in Tucson, Arizona.
January 31, 2009 in La Jolla, California.
February 3, 2009 in Bellingham, Washington.
February 5, 2009 in Olympia, Washington.
February 18, 2009 in Elmira, New York.
February 20 & 21, 2009 in Hartford, Connecticut.
February 24 & 25, 2009 in Asheville, North Carolina.
May 5 to 17, 2009 in Australia.
May 22 to June 7, 2009 in Brazil.

Premieres and performances: 2007-2008 season

September 14, 15 & 16, 2007
Intermezzo presents the world premier performances of  "The Inman Diaries" (2007) at the Tower Auditorium Theater, Mass College of Art, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. 
Libretto by Jesse J. Martin based on the life and writings of Arthur Crew Inman and a play by Lorenzo DeStefano. 
John Whittlesey, artistic director. 
James Busby,
music director
Andrew Ryker, stage director. 
William A. Fregosi, set/lighting designer.

Cast of nine singers/actors:
Ray Bauwens, tenor - Arthur Crew Inman, Back Bay diarist
Gale Fuller, mezzo - Evelyn Inman,
his wife
John Whittlesey, baritone - Doctor Cyrus Pike, his doctor
Cheryl Nancarrow, soprano - Flossie, a reader/talker

Kristen Watson, soprano - Kathy, a reader/talker
Joei Marshall Perry, soprano - Ella, a reader/talker
Erica Brookhyser, mezzo - Therese, a reader/talker
Jason McStoots, tenor - Billy, handyman at Garrison Hall, friend and confidante to Arthur
Sepp Hammer, baritone - Otto ten Broek, valet and chauffeur to Arthur

Seven-piece chamber ensemble:
Bb clarinet - Kathy Matasy
Harp - Franziska Huhn
Percussion - Don Holm, Jr.
Violin - Peter Stickel
Viola - Philip Rush
Cello - Jonathan Bumstead
Double bass - Chuck Grainger

September 27, 28, 29 & 30, 2007
Tapage
(a tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) dances to "Morango ... almost a tango" with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at the Forum Universal de Las Cultural in Monterrey, Mexico.  Also included in the program are works by Astor Piazzolla, Silvestre Revueltas, Roberto Sierra, and others.

September 28 & 30, 2007
Premiere performance of "Piano Concerto ... Mozartiana" (2007) by pianist Robert Levin and the Boston Classical Orchestra at Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market in Boston, Massachusetts.  Steven Lipsitt, music director.  "Piano Concerto ... Mozartiana" was commissioned by Larry and Deborah Chud for Robert Levin.  Also on the program: Tchaikovsky's Orchestral Suite No. 4 ... "Mozartiana" and Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25 in C Major. 


October 9, 2007.  8PM
Annual jazz concert at Boston College: "Jazz Tunes by Post-bop trumpeter Lee Morgan (1938-72)."  TOL, flute, with pianist Adam Birnbaum and the Fringe - tenor saxophonist George Garzone, bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti - in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. 

November 10 & 11, 2007
Performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" by soprano Shelly Gislason, clarinetist Adrian Wright and pianist Amy Hendricks at St. Patrick's Church in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.

February 4, 2008
Brett Shuster premieres "Chorões Brasileiros" (2007) for trombone and piano at the School of Music, Univeristy of Louisville, in Louisville, Kentucky.

February 21, 2008
Chieh Huang and Theresa Yurkevicz perform "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" at the Boston Conservatory in Seully Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.

March 16, 2008
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis
" - a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to music by George Crumb, Arvo Pärt and TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" in the Staller Center at SUNY Stony Brook, Long Island, New York.

April 3, 2008, 7 p.m.
Premiere performance of Piano Quintet (2008) by Tammy Lum and the Formosa Quartet at Nyack College in Nyack, New York.

May 6, 7, 8 & 9, 2008
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis
" - a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to music by George Crumb, Arvo Pärt and TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" at Her Majesty's Theatre in Adelaide, Australia.

May 22, 23 & 24, 2008
Massachusetts Philharmonic Orchestra premieres "Symphony No. 7 ... Roman Holidays" (2008).  Jonathan Cohler, music director. 
(Postponed until fall 2008)

June 13, 2008; 12 noon
Premiere performance of HDT's "Walden, opus 123" (2008) by tenor Ray Bauwens and the Lexington Symphony Chamber Players at the First Parish Church in Lexington, Massachusetts.

June 17, 2008
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis
" - a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to music by George Crumb, Arvo Pärt and TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia.

June 30, 2008
July 7, 8, 10, 15, 16, 19, 23, 25 & 26, 2008
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis" - a dance work choreographed
by Michael Tracy to music by George Crumb, Arvo Pärt and TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Joyce Theater in New York City, New York.

August 27, 2008
Boston Landmarks Orchestra performs "Mambo!!!" in the Hatch Shell at the Esplanade in Boston, Massachusetts.  Charles Ansbacher, music director.


Premieres and performances: 2006-2007 season

October 13, 2006; 8 p.m.
Hawthorne String Quartet premieres "String Quartet No. 10 ... The Berkshires" at the Lenox Club in Lenox, Massachusetts.  Also on the program works by Haydn, Dvorak and Takemitsu.


October 19, 2006; 8 p.m.
TOL performs with the Pierre Hurel Trio in a concert of jazz standards in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

November 14, 2006; 8 p.m.
Hawthorne String Quartet repeats "String Quartet No. 10 ... The Berkshires"
in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program works by Haydn and Dvorak.

January 5, 2007
Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis" - a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango" - at the Strand Theater in Dorchester, Massachusetts.  Other particpants in this Bank of America Celebrity Series "Dance Across The City at the Strand" include the Boston Ballet, Boston Arts Academy and the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater.

March 3, 2007
Pianist Tammy Lum premieres Twenty-nine Fireflies Book V, Four Pieces, xxvi-xxix (2002) at
Nyack College in Nyack, New York.  Also on the program "American Treasures" are works by Albright, Copland, Crumb, Gershwin, Gottschalk, Grainger, Hovhaness, Kirchner, MacDowell, Mason, Piazzolla and Sousa.

March 7, 2006
Tammy Lum repeats March 3rd program at the University of Hong Kong in Kong Kong..

March 12, 2007
Tammy Lum repeats March 3rd program at Shenzhen Art School in Shenzhen, China.

March 16, 2007
Lydian String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Center for the Arts in Natick, Massachusetts.  Also on the program are works by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Joaquin Turina and Maurice Ravel.

March 17, 2007
Lydian String Quartet repeats program from March 16 in Slosberg Music Center at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts.

March 25, 2007
European premiere of "Stabat Mater 2002" by the Madrigaalkoor Petrarca at the "het Oude Willibrorduskerkje" in Waalre, the Netherlands.

March 31, 2007; 8 p.m.
Musica Sacra performs "Mechthild von Magdeburg: Minnelieder an got" (2005) at the First Congregational Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Mary Beekman, music director.

April 1, 2007; 8 p.m.
Musica Sacra performs "Mechthild von Magdeburg: Minnelieder an got" (2005) at the First Unitarian Church in Providence, Rhode Island.  Mary Beekman, music director.

March 31 & April 1, 2007
Ballet Gamonet premieres "Recitations" - a ballet choreographed by Jimmy Gamonet De Los Heros with music by Georges Aperguis, Arvo Pärt, JC Espinoza and TOL's "Punk Funk" movement from "Seven Jazz Pieces" at the Broward Community College Bailey Concert Hall in Davie, Florida.

April 13 & 14, 2007
Ballet Gamonet repeats "Recitations" - a ballet choreographed by Jimmy Gamonet De Los Heros with music by Georges Aperguis, Arvo Pärt, JC Espinoza and TOL's "Punk Funk" movement from "Seven Jazz Pieces" at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.


April 26, 2007
Marimbist Piero Guimaraes and violinist Helene Piccazio perform "Marimolin" in Amanick-Goldstein Hall at Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida.

May 4, 2007
Marimbist Piero Guimaraes and violinist Helene Piccazio perform "Marimolin" in Amanick-Goldstein Hall at Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida.

May 29, 2007
Tapage
(a tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) dances to "Morango ... almost a tango" with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at the Théâtre du Pays de Morlaix in Morlaix, France.  Also included in the program are works by Astor Piazzolla, Silvestre Revueltas, Roberto Sierra, and others.

June 1st, 2007
Tapage and Cuarteto Latinoamericano repeat program from May 29th at ACB Scène Nationale in Bar Le Duc, France.

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed by Michael Tracy to TOL's "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in September 2006 - August 2007:
September 9, 2006 at the Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
September 12, 2006,
at the Lousiana State University Union Theater in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
September 14, 2006,
at College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
September 30, 2006, at the Nazareth College Arts Center, Nazareth College in Rochester, New York.
October 1 & 3, 2006, in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
October 14, 2006, at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
October 17, 2006, at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, Virginia.
October 20, 2006, at the Bucknell University Weis Center for the Performing Arts in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
October 22, 2006, at the State Street Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
October 25, 2006, at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.
November 17, 18, 19 & 20, 2006, in Santiago, Chile.
November 23, 24, 25 & 28, 2006, in São Paulo and Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
December 8, 9 & 10, 2006, at the Schubert Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts.
January 26, 2007, at the State Theatre Light in Winter Festival in Ithaca, New York.
January 28, 2007, at the Procter's Theater in Schenectady, New York.
January 30, 2007, in St. Etienne, France.
February 3 & 4, 2007, in Chateauroux, France.
February 6 & 7, 2007, in Rueil Malmaison, France.
February 16, 2007, at the Cerritos Center for the Arts in Cerritos, California.
March 6, 2007, at the University of Colorado Macky Auditorium in Boulder, Colorado.
March 8, 2007, at the Vilar Center for the Arts in Beaver Creek, Colorado.
April 24, 2007, in Saarlouis, Germany.
April 26, 2007, in Erfurt, Germany.
April 28, 2007, in Schweinfurt, Germany.
April 29, 2007, in Minden, Germany.
April 30, 2007, in Bremerhaven, Germany.
May 11, 2007, in Bologna, Italy
May 29, 2007, in Sophia, Bulgaria
June 1 & 2, 2007, in Washington, CT
July 17, 20, 21, 25 & 28, 2007, at the Joyce Theater in New York City
August 2, 3, 6 & 9
, 2007, at the Joyce Theater in New York City

Premieres and performances: 2005-2006 season

August 30, 2005
Tapage (a tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) and Cuarteto Latino Americano perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at Teatro Helénico in Mexico City, Mexico.

August 31 and September 1, 2005
Tapage (a tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) and Cuarteto Latino Americano perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) in Sala Miguel Covarrubias at Universidad Nacional Autónomo de México in Mexico City, Mexico.
 

September 30, 2005; 8 p.m.
Tapage (a tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz)
and members of the Ethel Quartet perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at the New York City Center Fall for Dance Festival.  Also on the program: Molissa Fenley, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, New York City Ballet and Pascal Rioult Dance Theatre.

October 29, 2005; 8 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Mechthild von Magdeburg
: Minnelieder an got" (2005) for chorus, string quintet and harp, at the Society for Ethical Culture in New York City, New York.  Commissioned by the Foundation for Universal Sacred Music.  Artistic Director and Founder, Roger Davidson.

November 1, 2005; 8 p.m.
Premiere performance of string septet "Seven Steps to Heaven" (2002) with the Hawthorne String Quartet and guests in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: Tchaikovsky's "Souvenir de Florence."   "Seven Steps to Heaven" was commissioned by MusicWorks in the Berkshires.

November 4, 2005; 7 & 9:30 p.m. shows
Lydian String Quartet performs A.C. Jobim movement from "Seven Jazz Pieces" and "Morango ... almost a tango."  Sol y Canto and the Lydian String Quartet collaborate in a cross-genre program of original compositions and new arrangements of Cuban son, Puerto Rico bomba and other Latin American styles at the New Deal Jazz Club, Cambridge Multicultural Center, 41 Second Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  

November 6, 2005; 2 p.m.
Granite State Opera presents a preview of scenes from Act One of "Oscar Wilde ... An Opera in Two Acts" with libretto by Paul Hodes at  the home of Colin and Paula Cabot, Sanborn Mills Farm, in Loudon, NH.   More details to follow.

November 13, 2005; 3 p.m.
Wellesley Symphony Orchestra performs fourth movement from "Symphony No. 5 ... Utopia Parkway" (2003) at MassBay Community College in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts.  Max Hobart, music director.  Also on the program: Jean Sibelius' "Symphony No. 2 in D."

January 22, 2006; 3 p.m.
The Granite State Opera presents a workshop performance of Act One of "Oscar Wilde ... An Opera in Two Acts" with libretto by Paul Hodes at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, New Hampshire.  Baritone David Kravitz will sing Oscar; other cast members will be announced later.

February 11, 2006
Nancy Zeltsman performs 
"Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba at University of South Florida Magic Marimba Festival in Tampa, Florida.

February 19, 2006; 2:30 p.m.
Bassoonist Jeffrey Lyman performs "Yo Picasso" (2005 woodwind version) in Katzin Concert Hall at Arizona State University School of Music, Tempe, Arizona.  


February 21, 2006
Nancy Zeltsman performs 
"Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba in Gantner Concert Hall at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

March 4, 2006
Nancy Zeltsman performs 
"Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba at Del Mar College Percussion Festival in Corpus Christi, Texas.

March 12, 2006; 4 p.m.
Nancy Zeltsman performs 
"Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba in Seully Hall at the Boston Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

April 23, 2006; 3 p.m.
Performance of "The Flowers of Terezín" with an inter-faith choir and members of the Berkshire Lyric Theater at the Lenox Memorial Middle and High School Auditorium in Lenox, Massachusetts.  
Music director Robert Blafield and pianist Joe Rose.

April 24, 2006; 8 p.m.
Performance of "The Flowers of Terezín" with women of the Vocal Chamber Ensemble and Skidmore College Community Choir in Filene Recital Hall at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.   Music director Janet McGhee and pianist Patricia Hadfield.

April 30, 2006; 3 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Oboe Concerto ... Persephone and the Four Seasons" (2006) by principal oboist Andrew Price and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston in the Fine Arts Center at Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts.  
Max Hobart, music director.  Also on the program: Camille Saint-Saëns' Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor and Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1 in D ... "Titan."

May 12 & 13, 2006
Gamonet Ballet performs a new ballet by Jimmy Gamonet de los Heroes with music from Henryk Mikoloj Gorecki's Symphony No. 3 and TOL's "Pierrot's Dream," second movement of ART: arias & interludes, at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.


May 20 & 21, 2006
Repeat performances by the Gamonet Ballet of the new Jimmy Gamonet de los Heroes ballet with music from Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki's Symphony No. 3 and TOL's "Pierrot's Dream," second movement of ART: arias & interludes, at the Bailey Concert Hall in Davie, Florida.

June 3, 2006; 8 p.m.
Lydian String Quartet performs "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) at Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: works by Mozart, Beethoven and Mendelssohn.

June 12, 2006
Carson P. Cooman performs "Chorale-Fantasy" for solo organ at Trinity Episcopal Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


August 1, 2006; 8 p.m.
Nancy Zeltsman performs 
"Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival in Seully Hall at the Boston Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in October 2005 - July 2006:
Carbondale, Illinois
Chicago, Illinois
MassMoCa in North Adams, Massachusetts
Tel Aviv, Israel
Haifa, Israel
Jerusalem, Israel
Seattle, Washington
Newberry, South Carolina
San Rafael, California
Durango, Colorado
Rome, Italy
Forli, Italy
Hasselt, Belgium
Arnheim in the Netherlands
Zaandam
in the Netherlands
Apeldoom
in the Netherlands
Tilberg
in the Netherlands
Gouda
in the Netherlands
Hengelo
in the Netherlands
Kerkrade
in the Netherlands
Delft
in the Netherlands
Sittard
in the Netherlands
Den Haag-Lucent
in the Netherlands
Ijmuiden
in the Netherlands
Breda
in the Netherlands
Eindhoven
in the Netherlands
Amstelveen
in the Netherlands
Amersfoort
in the Netherlands
Venlo
in the Netherlands
Drachten
in the Netherlands
Zoetermeer
in the Netherlands
Den Helder
in the Netherlands
Alphen an der Rijn
in the Netherlands
Hoofdorp
in the Netherlands
Doetinchem
in the Netherlands
Goes
in the Netherlands
Alkmaar
in the Netherlands
Thun. Switzerland
Basel, Switzerland
Zürich/Pully, Switzerland
Olten, Switzerland
Lugano, Switzerland
Bilbao, Spain
Santander, Spain
Zaragoza. Spain
Ridgefield, Connecticut
Joyce Theater, New York City, New York


Premieres and performances: 2004-2005 season

September 10, 11*, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18*, 20, 21, 2004  
[*Matinee & evening performances.]
Australian Ballet dances to string-orchestra version of "Morango ... almost a tango " with Orchestra Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.  Choreography by Nicolo Fonte.

October 23, 2004; 7:30 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Symphony No. 6 ... The Penobscot River" (2004) by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra and Chorus at the Bangor Auditorium in Bangor, Maine.    Xiao-lu Li, music director; Ludlow Hallman, Dennis Cox and George Redman, choral directors.   Also participating in this premiere, the Robinson Ballet Company.  

November 14, 2004; 5 p.m.
Tapage ( tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) and Quatuor Stanilas collaborate and perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) and "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) at Auditorium de la Louvière in Epinal, France.

November 20, 2004; 8:45 p.m.
Tapage ( tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) and Quatuor Stanilas collaborate and perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) and "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) at Théâ
tre de Lunéville in Lunéville, France.

November 21, 2004; 2 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Symphony No. 5 ... Utopia Parkway" (2003) -
In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Joseph Cornell's birthday - by maestro Max Hobart and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston in Jordan Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.   Also on the program: Chopin's "Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor."  Michael Lewin, soloist.  

November 21, 2004; 5 p.m.
Tapage ( tap duo: Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz) and Quatuor Stanilas collaborate and perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) and "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) at Espace St. Laurent in Pont à Mousson, France.


December 3, 4*, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11*, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18*, 20, 21, 22, 2004     [*Matinee & evening performances.]
Australian Ballet dances to string-orchestra version of "Morango ... almost a tango " with Orchestra Victoria in Sydney, Australia.  Choreography by Nicolo Fonte.

December 18, 2004; 2 p.m.
First performance of "Shepherd, Show Me How To Go" for string orchestra at Holiday Pops concert by Max Hobart and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston at Regis College, Weston, Massachusetts.

December 19, 2004; 3 p.m.
First performance of revised version of "Christmas Cantata" (2001) for mezzo-soprano, SATB chorus, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, timpani and organ, at the First Congregational Church in Blue Hill, Maine.  John Ward, Minister of Music and Music Diirector.
 

January 16, 2005
Musicworks in the Berkshires present excerpts from "The Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards, opus 66 ... Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos, opus 66" (1996) at the Berkshire Music School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.  Virginia Eskins and Vitus Baksys, pianists.  


February 11, 2005
Max Hobart and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston perform the fourth movement, "Allegro ... à la Can-Can," from "Symphony No. 5 .... Utopia Parkway" (2003) at the "Spring POPS Concert" in the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

February 13, 2005
Premiere performance of "Concerto for Orchestra" (2005) by Jonathan Cohler and the Brockton Symphony Orchestra at the Brockton High School Nelson Fine Arts Auditorium in Brockton, Massachusetts.  Also featured on the program: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.


February 17, 2005; 10:40 a.m. school assembly.
Premiere performance of "The Flowers of Terezín" by the Windsor School Small Chorus at the Windsor School in Boston, Massachusetts.   Lisa Taillacq, music director.

February 21, 2005
Premiere of woodwind version of "Yo Picasso" (1997) for flute, Bb clarinet, bassoon and piano, with bassoonist David Sogg and friends at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

February 25, 2005
Repeat performance of "Concerto for Orchestra" (2005) by Jonathan Cohler and the Brockton Symphony Orchestra in Jordan Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.  
Also featured on the program: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.

March 6, 2005; 7 p.m.
Second 
performance of "The Flowers of Terezín" by the Windsor School Small Chorus at the Windsor School in Boston, Massachusetts.   Lisa Taillacq, music director.  Also on the program: Vivaldi's "Gloria."  

March 14, 2005
Third p
erformance of "The Flowers of Terezín" at the Norton Center for the Arts, Center College, in Danville, Kentucky.   Part of Terezín Chamber Music Foundation Holocaust symposium: Exhibition and performance focusing on art and music in Terezín.

April 1, 2005; 7 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Prelúdios ... Comidas Típicas Brasileiras" for solo marimba by Jonathan Singer at David Friend Recital Hall, Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts.  Also on the program: "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" with Mr. Singer and Pius Cheung.

April 18, 2005
Performance of first movement from
"Symphony No. 5 ... Utopia Parkway" (2003) by music director Susan Deaver and the C.W. Post Symphony Orchestra at the Tilles Center of the Performing Arts, C.W. Post campus of Long Island University, in Brookville, New York.

May 1, 2005
Performance of "Symphony No. 5 ... Utopia Parkway" (2003) by maestro Irving Ludwig and the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, Upper Darby High School in Drexel, Pennsylvania.


May 11, 2005
The Royal Ballet of Flanders performs "Slightly Sinful" - a ballet choreographed by Danny Rosseel to "Morango ... almost a Tango" - in the Grand Auditorium of the Macao Cultural Centre in Macao.  Also on the program: works by William Forsythe and Nicolo Fonte.

June 24, 2005
Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Chamber Music Series
"Jazz meets Classic" present "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) for string quartet at Maybach-Saal in Heilbronn, Germany.

June 25 & 26, 2005
Two performances of choral movements from "Symphony No. 6 ... The Penobscot River" (2004) by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Millinocket and Bucksport, Maine.   Maestro Xiao-lu Li, music director.

June 28, 29, July 1 & 3, 2005
Mari Fujibayashi & Olivia Rosenkrantz,
tap-duo Tapage, perform "Morango ... almost a tango" (w/ recording) at the Joyce Theater in New York City, New York.

July 8 & 9, 2005; 8 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Pluto ... Lord of the Underworld" (2005)
by the Boston Landmarks Orchestra at the Boston Common, Boston, Massachusetts.   Maestro Charles Ansbacher, music director.   Also featured on the program: Gustav Holst's "The Planets," and Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5 in C minor, opus 67."  

July 17, 2005; 4 p.m.
Virginia Eskin performs selections from "Twenty-nine Fireflies for solo piano" (1977-2002) at Monadnock Music, Peterborough Town House Series, in Peterborough, NH.  Also on the program: works by Beethoven, Mozart, Schumann, MacDowell, Liszt and Chopin. 

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in October 2004 - June 2005:
Providence, Rhode Island
Chicago, Illinois
East Lansing, Michigan
Flint, Michigan
Maui, Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii
Hilo, Hawaii
Kahilu, Hawaii
Malibu, California
Escondido, California
Stamford, Connecticut
Durango, Colorado
Tucson, Arizona
Austin, Texas
Fort Wayne, Texas
Madison, Wisconsin
Lexington, Virginia
Jacksonville, Florida
Lake Worth, Florida
Reykjavik. Iceland
Fulda, Germany
Fredrichhaffen, Germany
Loerrich, Germany
Furth, Germany
Macau Cultural Centre in Macau
York, Pennsylvania
Princeton, New Jersey
Portland, Oregon
Carmel, California
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Interlochen, Michigan

Premieres and performances: 2003-2004 season

September 27, 2003
Jeffrey Kahane conducts "Forró" (1998) with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra at 8 p.m. in Alex Theatre in Glendale, California.  Also on the program: works by J.S. Bach and Franz Joseph Haydn.

September 28, 2003
Repeat performance of "Forró" (1998) by the LACO
at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall, UCLA, Westwood, California.

September 28, 2003; Sunday morning service prelude.
Premiere performance of "Shepherd, Show Me How To Go" (2003) for solo organ by Carson P. Cooman at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Central Square, 838 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts.


October 5, 2003; Sunday morning services - Offertory Voluntary
Robin Gratz performs "Shepherd, Show Me How to Go" (2003) at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in North Manchester, Indiana.

October 19, 2003; Sunday at 7 p.m.
Iridescence Flute and Harp Duo - Jan Vinci and Karlinda Caldicott - performs "Waltzes, opus 101" (2002) at the State Street Presbyterian Church in Schenectady, New York.  

October 20, 2003; Monday at 8 p.m.
The Blasis Concert Series present a repeat performance of "Waltzes, opus 101" (2002) by the Iridescence Flute and Harp Duo at the Hyde Collection Museum in Glens Falls, New York.


October 20, 2003; Monday at 8 p.m.
Jazz Concert featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers : Lee on flute, Jeff Kalindo on trombone, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

November 2, 2003; Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
The Isis Duo - Amy Thomas and James Pinkerton - performs "Waltzes, opus 101" (2002) for flute and harp at Christ Church in Olde Towne Alexandria, Virginia.

November 8, 2003; Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Festival Ballet Providence presents Colleen Cavanaugh's "Demeter's Tears"
at the company's East Side studios on 825 Hope Street in Providence, R.I.   "Demeter's Tears" is a choreographic work for six dancers set to the TOL four-movement work, "Piano Trio No. 1" (1994; rev. 2000) for violin, cello and piano.   

November 13, 2003; Thursday at noon.
Pegasus Plus Quartet performs "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) at Ohlone College Music Building in Fremont, 
California.  Also on the program: Haydn String Quartet Opus 64, No. 6 in E-flat Major, and Shostakovich String Quartet No. 1, Opus 49.

November 15, 2003; Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Repeat performance of Colleen Cavanaugh's "Demeter's Tears"
at the Festival Ballet Providence East Side studios on 825 Hope Street in Providence, R.I.   See details above for November 8.  

November 16, 2003; Sunday at 4 p.m.
Repeat performance of "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) by Pegasus Plus Quartet at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Palo Alto, California.

November 17, 2003; Monday at 7 p.m.
Repeat performance of "Seven Jazz Pieces"
(1990-91) by Pegasus Plus Quartet at Crystal Springs United Methodist Church in San Mateo, California.

December 9, 2003
Sally Pinkas and Evan Hirsch perform selections from "The Visconti Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos, opus 66" (1996) at Bulgaria Hall in Sofia, Bulgaria.

December 10, 2003
Repeat performance of
selections from "The Visconti Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos, opus 66" (1996) by Sally Pinkas and Evan Hirsch at Plovdiv Music Academy in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

December 10, 2003; Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Premiere performance
by the Brockton Symphony Orchestra of the TOL arr. of Sylvester B. Grant's "Brocktonian Two-Step" (2003) at the Brockton High School Nelson Fine Arts Auditorium in Brockton, Massachusetts.

January 19, 2004
Quatuor Stanislas performs "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) and "Seven Jazz Pieces"
(1990-91) with tap dancers, Olivia Rosenkrantz and Mari Fujibayashi, at Salle Poirel in Nancy, France.  Also on the program: works by Revueltas, Piazzolla and Ibarra.

January 24, 2004
Repeat program by Quatuor Stanislas and tap dancers, Olivia Rosenkrantz and Mari Fujibayashi, at the theater "Le trait d'union" in Neufchateau, France.  

February 8, 2004; Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Clarinet Concerto ... Sounds of the Islands" (2003) by
the Brockton Symphony Orchestra with Jonathan Cohler, music director and clarinet soloist,
at the Brockton High School Nelson Fine Arts Auditorium in Brockton, Massachusetts.  Also featured on the program: works by Revueltas, Marquez and de Falla.

February 8, 2004; Sunday at 2 p.m.
Violinist Sabrina Ann Berger performs classical and commissioned works on a Zeta 5-String Electric Violin and Acoustic Violin at the Upper Saddle River Library in Upper Saddle Lake, New Jersey.  Program includes music by J.S. Bach, Rohan Leach, Thomas Oboe Lee, Lorenzo Sorbo, Alex Shapiro and Robert Stern.  


February 28, 2004
Dutch premiere performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly"
(1991) for mezzo-soprano, Bb clarinet and piano in Den Bosch, the Netherlands.  The performers are, respectively, Sylvia Schlüter, Nancy Braithwaite and Oane Weirdsma.

March 7, 2004
Repeat performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly"
(1991) for mezzo-soprano, Bb clarinet and piano in Bunnik, the Netherlands, featuring the same performers.

March 7, 2004; 11 a.m.
Percussionist Colin Currie improvises along as the Marsden Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" in St. Catherine's College Chapel, Cambridge, UK.    Also on the program, works by Hartmann, Haas, Per Norgard and Reich.


March 21, 2004; Sunday at 3 p.m.
Ya-fei Chuang performs "Twenty-nine Fireflies for solo piano, Book IV, seven pieces, xix-xxv" (2002) in the Berkshires as part of the MusicWorks concert series.

March 21, 2004; Sunday at 3 p.m.
Violinist Sabrina Ann Berger performs classical and commissioned works on a Zeta 5-String Electric Violin and Acoustic Violin at Teaneck Public Library in Teaneck, New Jersey.  Program includes music by J.S. Bach, Rohan Leach, Thomas Oboe Lee, Lorenzo Sorbo, Alex Shapiro and Robert Stern.  

March 29, 2004; Monday at 8 p.m.
Boston premiere performance of "I've Got The Munchies" (2001, rev. 2004) for violin, viola, Bass clarinet, and vibraphone in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  Performers: Krista Reisner, Kate Vincent, Gary Gorczyca & Robert Schulz.    


April 25, 2004; Sunday at 2 p.m.
Ives Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Florence Gould Theater of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, CA.  Also included on the program, "Latin Flair," are works by Joaquin Turina, Luigi Boccherini, Aaron Jay Kernis and William Grant Still.
 

April 30, 2004; Friday at 8 p.m.
Ives Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" at St. John's Presbyterian Church in Berkeley, CA.  Same program as April 25.


May 1, 2004; Saturday at 8 p.m.
Ives Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" at Le Petit Trianon Theater in San Jose, CA.
 Same program as April 25.

May 2, 2004; Sunday at 4 p.m.
Ives Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" at First Congregational Church in Palo Alto, CA.
 Same program as April 25.

May 12, 2004; Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Carson P. Cooman premieres "Chorale-Fantasy, opus 79a" (2003) for solo organ in Memorial Chapel at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

May 14 & 15; Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Moving West Repertory Dance Theater presents "Music & Dance - Partners in Time" at Performing Arts Center of MetroWest, 140 Pearl Street, Framingham, Massachusetts.    Featured on the program: "Waltzes, opus 101" (2002) for flute and harp.

May 16, 2004; Sunday at 2 p.m.

Violinist Sabrina Ann Berger performs classical and commissioned works on a Zeta 5-String Electric Violin and Acoustic Violin at the River Vale Free Public Library in River Vale, New Jersey.  Program includes music by J.S. Bach, Rohan Leach, Thomas Oboe Lee, Lorenzo Sorbo, Alex Shapiro and Robert Stern.

July 21, 2004; 8 p.m.
Nancy Zeltsman and Jack Van Geem perform "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" (1997) as part of the Zeltsman Marimba Festival 2004 in Seully Hall, the Boston Conservatory at 8 the Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts.


NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in September 2003 - August 2004:
Athens Festival, Greece
Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré, Puerto Rico
Kent, Connecticut
Rockford, Illinois
Wichita, Kansas
Guasave, Mexico
Culiacan, Mexico
Mazatlan, Mexico
Fort Collins, Colorado
Greeley, Colorado
Davis, California
Amherst, Massachusetts
Fairfield, Connecticut
Queens, New York
Hartford, Connecticut
Birmingham, Alabama
Clearwater, Florida
Morristown, New Jersey
Lexington, Kentucky
Council Bluffs, Iowa
Whitewater, Wisconsin
Iowa City, Iowa
Foligno, Italy
Bologna, Italy
Jesi, Italy
Padova, Italy
Legnago, Italy
Rockport, Maine
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Joyce Theater, New York City
Hartford, Connecticut
Lake Placid, New York
Westhampton. New York

Premieres and performances: 2002-2003 season

September 19, 2002; 8 p.m.
Daniel Stepner perfroms "Chôros, opus 61" (1994-95) in Paine Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.  Also featured on the program are works by Bela Bartok, Mario Davidovsky, John Harbison, and Augusta Read Thomas. 

October 15, 2002
Petersen Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at Herzog Friedrich August Sall in Wiesbaden, Germany.  Also featured on the program: Beethoven's String Quartet Opus 59, No. 2, and Brahms Clarinet Quintet with Ib Hausemann.

October 18, 2002; 8 p.m.
Premiere performance of Colleen Cavanaugh's choreographic work, "Demeter's Tears," to the four-movement work, "Piano Trio No. 1" (1994; rev. 2000) for violin, cello and piano, in Roberts Hall Auditorium, Rhode Island College, Providence, R.I.  

October 19, 2002; 7:30 p.m.
Bruce Polay conducts "Forró" (1998) with the Knox-Galesburg Symphony Orchestra at the Orpheum Theater in Galesburg, IL.  Also featured on the program are works by Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 and Moeran's Cello Concerto.

October 20, 2002; 4 p.m.
Bart Feller and Victoria Drake give premiere performance of flute and harp duo, "Waltzes, opus 101" (2002), in Saint Peter's Episcopal Church at 346 West 20th Street
in Chelsea, New York City.  Also featured on the program are works by Bach, Hue, Carter and Feld.

January 31, 2003; 2:30 p.m.
Hawthorne String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at "prelude concert" in Symphony Hall, Boston, MA.  Also on the program: David Post's Second String Quartet.

February 2, 2003; 3 p.m.
Hawthorne String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at Jorge Hernandez Cultural Center in the South End, Boston, MA.  Also on the program: David Post's Second String Quartet.

February 2, 2003; 3 p.m.
World premiere performance of "Stabat Mater 2002" for SATB chorus and organ by Pierre Massé and the Ecclesia Consort of New England in Saint Mary's Chapel, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. 

February 9, 2003; 7:30 p.m.
Repeat performance of "Stabat Mater 2002" for SATB chorus and organ by Pierre Massé and the Ecclesia Consort of New England at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Providence, R.I.  

February 12, 2003; 3 p.m.
Performance of the "Visconti Sforza Tarot Cards, opus 66 ... Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos" (1996) by Robert Levin and Ya-fei Chuang at the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, 
Yale University, New Haven, CT.

March 9,  2003; 2 p.m.
Performance of "Seven Steps To Heaven" (2002) by the Hawthorne String Quartet and students from the Project STEPS program in Symphony Hall, Boston, MA.

March 30, 2003; 2 p.m.
World premiere performance of "The New England Transcendentalists: Emerson, Hawthorne, Alcott & Thoreau" (2003) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at the Hevreh, 270 State Road in Great Barrington, MA.    Also featured on the program: quartets by Charles E. Ives and Hans Krasa.

March 31, 2003; 8 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Twenty-nine Fireflies for solo piano, Book IV, seven pieces, xix -xxv" (2002) by Ya-fei Chuang; Boston premiere of "Waltzes, opus 101" by Julia Scolnik, flute and alto flute, and Judy Saiki, harp, 
in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.  

April 8, 2003; 8 p.m.
Repeat performance of "The New England Transcendentalists: Emerson, Hawthorne, Alcott & Thoreau" (2003) by the Hawthorne String Quartet, in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.  Also featured on the program: quartets by Charles E. Ives and Hans Krasa.

April 25 & 26, 2003; 8 p.m.
Two performances of Colleen Cavanaugh's choreographic work, "Demeter's Tears," to the four-movement work, "Piano Trio No. 1" (1994; rev. 2000) for violin, cello and piano, by the Island Moving Company at the Joyce Soho on Mercer Street, NYC. 

May 4, 2003; at 2 p.m.
Sabrina Ann  Berger performs "Chôros, opus 61" (1994-95) on her e-violin at the Ft. Lee Public Library at 320 Mian Street in Ft. Lee, N.J.

May 9, 2003
Petersen Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at the Schwetzingen Festival in Schwetzingen, Germany.  Also featured on the program: works by Steve Reich, Erwin Shulhoff and Pavel Haas.

June 23 - 28, 2003; 8 p.m.
Pilobolus Dance Theatre and the St. Lawrence String Quartet perform "Symbiosis," which is set to Thomas Oboe Lee's "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at the Joyce Theater in New York City, NY.

July 12, 2003, at 8 p.m.; Boston Common, Boston, MA.
July 13, 2003, at 6 p.m.; Chandler Pond Park, Brighton, MA.
July 18, 2003, at 7 p.m.; Adams National Historical Park, Quincy, MA.

July 19, 2003, at 6 p.m.; The Tabernacle, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vinyard, MA.

July 20, 2003, at 2 p.m.; Compagnone Common, Lawrence, MA.

Premiere performances of "Mambo!!!" (2003) by Charles Ansbacher and the Boston Landmarks Orchestra.

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in October 2002 - August 2003:
Gainesville, Florida
Clemson, South Carolina
NJPAC in Newark, New Jersey
St. Louis, Missouri
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Bloomington, Indiana
Cincinnati, Ohio
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Palo Alto, California
Billings, Montana
Anchorage, Alaska
Greenvale, New York
Purchase, New York
Decorah, Iowa
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Atlanta, Georgia
Knoxville, Tennessee
Decatur, Alabama
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Sarasota, Florida
Corregio, Italy
Fano, Italy
Mestre, Italy
Lucca, Italy
Lecce, Italy
Rome, Italy
Joyce Theater, New York City
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Premieres and performances: 2001-2002 season

October 1, 2001; 8 p.m.
Jazz Concert featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

October 16, 2001; 8 p.m.
Composers Showcase in Gasson Hall at Boston College featuring two works by Thomas Oboe Lee.  Violinist Daniel Stepner performs "Chôros, opus 61" (1994-95).  Violinist Biliana Voutchkova, pianist Heng-Jin Park Ellsworth, and cellist Rafael Popper-Keizer perform "Piano Trio No. 1" (1994, rev. 2000).  Also part of the program are works by Margaret McAllister and Ralf Gawlick.

October 18, 2001
Evan Hirsch and Sally Pinkas perform selections from "The Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards, opus 66 ...  Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos" (1996) in Glazunov Hall at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia.

November 6, 2001; 8 p.m.
Boston premiere of "Hancock Shaker Village" by Deborah Leath Rentz and the Hawthorne String Quartet in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.  Program will also include works by Joseph Haydn and Ned Rorem.

November 9, 2001; 8 p.m.
Petersen String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.  Also included in the program are works by Haydn, Schulhoff and Pavel Hass.

November 16, 17 & 18, 2001
World premiere performances of "I've Got the Munchies" (2001) for two violins, bass clarinet and vibraphone, at the Catholic Church in Ketchikan, at the Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi in Sitka, and at the Northern Light Church in Juneau, Alaska.  Work commissioned by Cross Sound Festival 2001.

November 25, 2001
James David Christie premieres "Toccata, Adagio and Fugue" for solo organ as part of a concert celebrating the installation of a brand new organ at St. Mary's Our Lady of the Isle Church on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts.

December 16, 2001; 10 a.m.
Premiere performance of "Christmas Cantata" for soprano solo, SATB chorus, brass quartet, organ and timpani, by music director John Finney, organist James David Christie, and the Choir at Wellesley Hills Congregational Church.  Work commissioned by John Finney and James David Christie for the Wellesley Hills Congregational Church.

January, 10, 2002; 8 p.m.
Carson Cooman premieres "Fantasia" (2001) for solo organ in the Appleton Chapel of Memorial Church, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Additional performances in the spring and summer of 2002 in Rochester, NY; Waterville, ME; and Toronto, Canada.

February 11 & 14, 2002; 8 p.m.
Two performances of "The Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards, opus 66 ...  Twenty-two salon pieces for two pianos" (1996) by Evan Hirsch and Sally Pinkas in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA; at the Hopkins Center Center for the Arts Spaulding Auditorium, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.   Also on the program: Sergei Rachmaninoff, Peter Child and William Bolcom.

April 7, 2002; 3 p.m.
Performance of "Mass for the Holy Year 2000" by music director John Finney and the Heritage Chorale at Trinity Chapel on the Newton campus of Boston College, Newton Centre, MA.  Featuring soprano, Peggo Horstmann Hodes; and alto, Deborah Rentz Moore.

Apr. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, & 20, 2002
Nicolo Fonté, a member of Nacho Duato and Compañia Nacional de Danza, choreographs a new ballet to "Morango ... almost a tango."  Eight evening and matinee performances by the Pacific Northwest Ballet at Mercer Arena in Seattle, WA.

May 10 (afternoon & evening), 13, 18 & 19, 2002
Five performances of "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1991) by the Ives Quartet in California at University Theater, U.C. Riverside, the James S. Copley Auditorium at San Diego Art Museum; COPIA, The American Center for Wine Food & the Arts in Napa; the Florence Gould Theater in San Francisco, and the First Congregational Church in Palo Alto.

May 19, 2002; 3 p.m.; pre-concert talk, 2 p.m.
MusicWorks, formerly Richmond Performance Series, presents Lucy Lin and Mark Ludwig in a performance of "Voilà!!!  Seven movements for violin and viola" at the Richmond Congregational Church in Richmond, MA.

May 28, 2002; 8 p.m.
Sally Pinkas performs selections from "Twenty-nine Fireflies for solo piano" (1977-2002) at Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.  Also on the program: Rachmaninoff's "Etudes-Tableaux Op. 39" and Schubert's "Sonata in A Major, D. 959."

June 4 at 2 p.m., June 7 & 8 at 8 p.m.
Music at Eden's Edge presents Maria Benotti, violin, and Jennifer Badger, viola, in a performance of "Voilà!!!  Seven Movements for violin and Viola" at the North Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, 323 Locust St, Danvers, MA;  at Hammond Castle Museum, 80 Hesperus Ave, Gloucester, MA; at King Hooper Mansion, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead, MA.  Also on the program: Ives Piano Trio and Brahms C Minor Piano Quartet.

July 23, 2002
Carson P. Cooman performs “Fantasia for solo organ” at Rochester Christian Reformed Church in Rochester, NY.

July 29, 2002
Premiere performance of “Seven Steps To Heaven” for string septet by members of the Hawthorne String Quartet, Project STEP students and bassist Lawrence Wolf at the Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, MA.

July 30, 2002
Repeat performance of “Seven Steps To Heaven” for string septet by members of the Hawthorne String Quartet, Project STEP students and bassist Lawrence Wolf at Tanglewood, as part of the annual Tanglewood on Parade event in Lenox, MA.

August 15, 2002
Carson P. Cooman performs “Fantasia for solo organ” at Colby College in Waterville, ME.

August 17, 2002; 8:15 PM
Performance of concerto for flute and orchestra, "Flauta Carioca" (2000), by Bart Feller at the annual National Flute Association convention at the Washington Hilton and Tower in Washington, D.C.

September 1, 2002
Carson P. Cooman performs “Fantasia for solo organ” at Webster Presbyterian Church in Webster, NY
.

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in September 2001 - July 2002:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 
Detroit, Michigan
Richmond, Virginia
Germantown, Tennessee
Keene, New Hampshire
West Point NY,
The Hague in the Netherlands
Zoetermeer
in the Netherlands
Tilburg
in the Netherlands
Zaandam
in the Netherlands
Drachten
in the Netherlands
Amstelveen
in the Netherlands
Gouda
in the Netherlands
Eindhoven
in the Netherlands
Amhem
in the Netherlands
Amsterdam
in the Netherlands
Utrecht
in the Netherlands
Lisbon in Portugal
Burlington, Vermont
Conway in Arizona
Lawrence in Kansas
Salt Lake City, Utah
Durham, North Carolina
Joyce Theater, New Tork City

Premieres and performances: 2000-2001 season

September 15, 2000; 7:30 p.m.
Andrew Wolf Concerts present "Works of Composer Thomas Oboe Lee" at the All Newton Music School in West Newton, MA.
Program: "I Will Never See Another Butterfly," "Dark Angels," "Chôros, opus 61," "Yo Picasso," and excerpts from "The Visocnti-Sforza Tarot Cards, opus 66."

Deborah Leath Rentz, mezzo-soprano
Paulette Bowes, Bb clarinet
Daniel Stepner, violin
Scott Woolweaver, viola
Mark Simcock, cello
Sally Pinkas, piano
Evan Hirsch, piano
Jennifer Elowsky, piano

October 3, 2000; 8 p.m.
Jazz Concert featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums in Gasson 100 at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

Oct. 29, 2000; 3 p.m.
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Third "Sound Investment" Event:  First performance of two movements in ten-player chamber version of "Flauta Carioca" by principal flutist Bart Feller and members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra at Seabras Restaurant in Newark, N.J.

November 26, 2000; 4 p.m.
Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston First "Sound Investment" Event: First performance of musical setting of Rupert Brooke's poem, "The Soldier," and premiere performance of "Love Songs" by Peggo Horstman Hodes at All Newton Music School, 321 Chestnut Street, in West Newton, MA.

January 21, 2001
James Barnes conducts "Cavatina Cavadini" for wind ensemble at Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA.

February 4, 2001; 4 p.m.
Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston Second "Sound Investment" Event. Featuring Peggo Horstman Hodes, soprano, and Peggy Senter, piano, at Regis College in Weston, MA.  Program will include the first two songs from the Symphony: a musical setting of poems by Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen for soprano and piano.  A song cycle of JacK Kerouac poems, "Jack and the blues," will conclude the program.

February 12, 2001
West Coast premiere performance of "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" for two marimbas by Jack Van Gees and Nancy Zeltsman in Hellman Hall at the San Francisco Conservatory in San Francisco, CA.

February 21, 2001
Lydian String Quartet performs "Morango ... almost a tango" at the Regatta Bar in Cambridge, MA.

February 27, 2001; 8 p.m.
Boston premiere performance of "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" for two marimbas by Jack Van Gees and Nancy Zeltsman in Seully Hall at the Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA.

March 4, 2001; 3 p.m.
Premiere performance of "Symphony No. 4, opus 90 ... War and Peace" by Max Hobart and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston in Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA.   Featured soloist: Peggo Horstman Hodes, soprano.  Also on the program: "Roman Carnival Overture" by Hector Berlioz, and "Violin Concerto, op. 77" by Johannes Brahms featuring violinist Joseph Silverstein.

March 8, 2001
Premiere performance of "29 Fireflies, Book III, Seven Pieces, xii-xviii" (1998, rev. 2000) by Robert Levin, pianist, at University of California at Santa Barbara.  Also on the program: "D-major sonata D850/op 53" by Franz Schubert, and "Prelude, Chorale and Fugue" by Cesar Frank.

March 13, 2001
Repeat performance of "29 Fireflies, Book III, Seven Pieces, xii-xviii" (1998, rev. 2000) by Robert Levin, pianist, at Amherst College.  Also on the program: "D-major sonata D850/op 53" by Franz Schubert, and "Prelude, Chorale and Fugue" by Cesar Frank.

March 14, 2001
Repeat performance of "29 Fireflies, Book III, Seven Pieces, xii-xviii" (1998, rev. 2000) by Robert Levin, pianist, at Alumnae Hall, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.  Also on the program: "D-major sonata D850/op 53" by Franz Schubert and "Prelude, Chorale and Fugue" by Cesar Frank.

March 15, 2001
Juli Brooks, marimba, and Miki Shimmei, violin, play "Marimolin" in Seully Hall at the Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA.

March 22, 23, 24, 25 & 27, 2001; 8 p.m., except on Sunday, 3 p.m.
Premiere performances of "Flauta Carioca," a flute concerto, by Zdenek Macal and the New jersey Symphony Orchestra in Englewood, Princeton, Red Bank, Morristown and Newark, New Jersey.  Featured soloist: Bart Feller, principal flutist, NJSO.  "A Sound Investment" project supported in part by the Mellon Foundation.  Also on the program: "Piano Concerto No. 26, Coronation," by W. A. Mozart and "Symphony No. 5" by Ludwig van Beethoven.

April 1, 2001
Ives String Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" in a program including works by Bela Bartok and Felix Mendelssohn in Noe Valley, CA.

April 7 & 8, 2001; 8 p.m.
Maestro Harvey Benstein and the Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra perform West Coast premiere of "Symphony No. 1 ...
Fallen Angels" in Los Angeles, CA.   Also on the program: Canteloube's "Songs of the Auvergne," and Beethoven's "Symphony No. 4 Op.60 in Bb Major."

May 11, 2001
Ives String Quartet plays "Morango ... almost a tango" in a program including works by Wolfgang A. Mozart, Charles E. Ives and Felix Mendelssohn at the Rockport Opera House in Rockport, ME.

May 27, 2001
Premiere performance of "Violà!!!  Seven movements for two violas" by Patricia McCarty and Ronald Wilkison in Studio 104 at the School for the Arts, Boston University.  Commissioned by the Epstein family to honor the 75th birthdays of Jean and Herb Epstein.

July 1, 2001
Premiere performance of "Hancock Shaker Village" for mezzo-soprano and string quartet commissioned by the Shaker Village in Hancock, MA.  Featured performers:  Deborah Leath Rentz and the Hawthorne String Quartet.

July 7, 2001
Robert Levin performs "29 Fireflies, Book III, Seven Pieces, xii-xviii" (1998, rev. 2000) in a program including works by Mozart, Brahms and Franck at Helmut Rilling's Oregon Bach Festival in Eugene, OR.

July 9, 2001
Performance of "Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio" for two marimbas by Jack Van Gees and Nancy Zeltsman  at Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.

August 9, 2001
Wind River 4 performs "Morango ... almost a tango" in a program including music by Villa-Lobos, Ginastera, d'Rivera and Piazzolla, at the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole, WY.

NB: Pilobolus performs "Symbiosis," a dance work choreographed to "Morango ... almost a tango," at the following locations in March - July 2001:
Fairfield, Connecticut
Durham, North Carolina
Joyce Theater, New York City

Premieres and performances: 1999-2000 season

September 26, 1999; 4 p.m.
Boston Conservatory Chamber Players play "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) at First and Second Church in Boston, MA.

October 12, 1999; 8 p.m.
Jazz Concert featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums in Gasson 100 at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

October 13, 14, 15, 16 & 17, 1999
Maximum Dance Company performs "Slightly Sinful, " choreographed by Danny Rosseel of the Royal Ballet of Flanders to the Kronos Quartet recording of "Morango ... almost a tango" (1983) in Miami, FL.

November 14, 1999; 2 p.m.
The Hawthorne String Quartet premieres "Berkshire Country Day School Fugue" (1999) at the Berkshire Country Day School in Lenox, MA.

January 13, 2000; 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Jazz gig at "The Good life" in downtown Boston featuring Lee on flute, Brad Hatfield on piano, Paul Beaudry on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.

January 26, 2000; 8 p.m.
Deborah Leath Rentz and the Hawthorne String Quartet premiere "Tantric Psalms" (1997, rev. 1999) in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

March 19, 2000
Members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra perform "Yo Picasso" in the Octagon Hall, College of Saint Elizabeth, Florham Park, NJ.

April 1, 2000
Premiere performance of "Children's Suite, opus 81" by Katie Wang, Heather Carmichael and Lauren Schnare at the Rivers School in Weston, MA.

April 15, 2000
Andrés Díaz and Judith Gordon premiere "Canções e sambinhas" (1996) for cello and piano in Oneanta, NY.

April 15, 2000; 8 p.m.
John Finney and the Boston College University Chorale premiere "Mass for the Holy Year 2000" at Trinity Chapel on the Newton campus of Boston College.

April 16, 2000
Deborah Leath Rentz and the Hawthorne String Quartet performs "Tantric Psalms" (1997, rev. 1999) alongside Haydn's "Seven Last Words" in Richmond, MA.

April 25, 2000; 8 p.m.
Andrés Díaz and Judith Gordon perform "Canções e sambinhas" (1996) for cello and piano in Gasson Hall at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA.

May 14, 2000; 3 p.m.
Max Hobart, Judith Ross and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra premiere "Pastorale" (2000) for harp and chamber orchestra at Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley Hills, MA.

June 4, 2000
World premiere performance of "Symphony No. 3 ... Portraits in Jazz" (2000), a Continental Harmony/American Composers Forum Commission, by the American Jazz Philharmonic at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, in Cerritos, CA.

July 29, 2000
Repeat performance of "Symphony No. 3 ... Portraits in Jazz" (2000) at the Henry Mancini Institute in Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Premieres and performances: 1998-99 season

October 6, 1998
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers  : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.

October 18, 1998
Scott Woolweaver performs viola version of "Chôros, opus 61" (1994-95) in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

October 21, 1998
Boston premiere of "Jack and the blues" (1997) by soprano Peggo Horstman Hodes and pianist Peggy Senter in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

October 24, 1998
Moving West Repertory Dance Theater presents a choreograhic performance of "Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two Salon Pieces for Two Pianos" (1996) featuring the Reed Sisters at Newton South High School in Newton Center, MA.

October 25, 1998*
Premiere performance of "Septet, opus 77 ... Variations on a Shaker Tune" (1998) by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Lenox, MA.

November 12, 1998
Performance of "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at Saint Mary's Chapel, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

March 10, 1999
Aura, the new music ensemble at University of Houston, performs "SEPTET ... Variations on a Shaker Tune" (1998) at the Moores Opera House on the University of Houston campus in Houston, Texas.

April 10, 1999
U. S. premiere of "Yo Picasso" (1997) by BSO clarinetist Thomas Martin, BSO violist Mark Ludwig, BSO cellist Sato Knudsen and Randall Hodgkinson at Saint James Church in Great Barrington, MA.

April 15, 1999
Performance of "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" (1991) by Deborah Leath Rentz, Ian Greitzer and Ya-fei Chuang at the "Holocaust and the Arts" Conference, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

April 16, 1999
Performance of "Yo Picasso" (1997) by BSO clarinetist Thomas Martin, BSO violist Mark Ludwig, BSO cellist Sato Knudsen and Randall Hodgkinson at a "prelude concert" in Symphony Hall in Boston, MA.

April 18, 1999
Performance of "Yo Picasso" (1997) by BSO clarinetist Thomas Martin, BSO violist Mark Ludwig, BSO cellist Sato Knudsen and Randall Hodgkinson at the Zionist Baptist Church in Boston, MA.

May 3, 1999
Performance of "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at Casa Mozart in Harajiku, Japan.

May 7 & 9, 1999*
Premiere of "He Loves And She Loves ... G. & I. Gershwin" (1999 arr. for two pianos) by Randall Hodgkinson and Leslie Amper as part of Gershwin Celebration and Stravinsky's Les Noces with David Hoose and the Cantata Singers in Jordan Hall, Boston, MA.

May 8, 1999
Performance of "Seven Jazz Pieces" (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at ART SPACE 'O' in Tokyo, Japan.

May 8, 1999*
Premiere performance of "Jubilatus" (1999) by the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra in Houghton Chapel at Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
.

Premieres and performances: 1997-98 season

October 6, 1997
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers  : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.


October 19, 1997
Robert Levin and Ya-Fei Chuang perform Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two Salon Pieces for Two Pianos (1996) at 11-13 Remington Street in Cambridge, MA.

October 26, 1997
Hawthorne String Quartet performs ART: arias & interludes (1996, rev. 1997) in Richmond, MA.

November 12, 13, 14 & 15, 1997*
Keith Lockhart conducts "Nursery Frieze" movement from Symphony No. 2 ... "A Phantasmagorey Ballet" (1997) with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall in Boston, MA.

November 22, 1997
Boston premiere performance of the Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two Salon Pieces for Two Pianos (1996) by the Reed Sisters at Boston University.

December 8, 1997
Performance of Marimolin (1986) by marimbist Jessica Van Oostrom and violinist So Yeon Ahn at Seully Hall, Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA.

February 23, 1998
Jazz gig featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of the Moon Unit  (TO Lee, Brad Hatfield, Bruce Gertz & Grover Mooney) at Sandrina's Jazz Café, Somerville, MA.

March 8, 1998*
Max Hobart conducts premiere performance of Symphony No. 2 ... "A Phantasmagorey Ballet" (1998) with the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston in Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory in Boston, MA.

March 16, 1998*
Diaz Trio premieres revised version of La Chimera Fantastica (1995, rev. 1996) at Saint Mary's Chapel, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

April 3 & 4, 1998
Moving West Repertory Dance Theater presents a choreograhic premiere of Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two Salon Pieces for Two Pianos (1996) featuring the Reed Sisters at Performing Arts Center of MetroWest in Framingham, MA.

April 12, 1998
Trinca de chôros (1996) by Nancy Braithwaite at Sparrenheide in Driebergen, the Netherlands.

April 19, 23 & 26, 1998*
The Arto Ensemble gives premiere performances of Yo Picasso (1997) in the Netherlands - Amsterdam, 'Shertogenbosch & Bunnik.

April 29, 1998, 1998
Performance of Seven Jazz Pieces (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at The Country Club in Brookline, MA.

May 17, 1998*
Premiere performance of Forró (1998) by the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in celebration of its 20th Season at Sanders Theater in Cambridge, MA.  Gunther Schuller, conductor.

June 5, 1998*
Premiere performance of new work for mezzo-soprano and organ, The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa  (1998), as part of the concert "Daniel Pinkham Endowment for Music" at King's Chapel in Boston, MA.

June 6, 1998
Lydian String Quartet performs Seven Jazz Pieces (1990-91) in Slosberg Hall at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

June 20, 1998
Trinca de chôros (1996) by Nancy Braithwaite at Fabriek Azijn in 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.

July 18, 1998
Hawthorne String Quartet performs Morango ... almost a tango (1983) at the Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, MA.

Premieres and performances: 1996-97 season

October 7, 1996
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring standards and original compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers  : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.

October 14, 1996
Gray Cliff Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA.

November 15, 1996*
World premiere performance of the Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards ... Twenty-two Salon Pieces for Two Pianos (1996) at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH.

November 16, 1996
Performance of Castor & Pollux (1993, rev. 1996) at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH.

March 8, 1997*
Premiere performance of Eight Tarot Cards for Madame Rubio (1997) by Nancy Zeltsman and Janis Potter at the Juilliard School, New York, NY.

April 26, 1997
Performance of Eight Tarot Cards for Madame Rubio (1997) by Nancy Zeltsman and Janis Potter at University of New Mexico, Alberquerque, NM.

April 27, 1997
Performance of Castor & Pollux (1993, rev. 1996) in Gasson Hall at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

May 2, 1997*
Premiere performance of Jack and the blues (1997) - a song cycle of poems by Jack Kerouac - by Peggo Horstman Hodes and Peggy Senter at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH.
 
May 7, 1997
Performance of Eight Tarot Cards for Madame Rubio (1997) by Nancy Zeltsman and Janis Potter at the Salon, New York, NY.

May 24, 1997
Performance of Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio (1997) by Nancy Zeltsman and Janis Potter at the Raritan River Music Festival in Stockton, NJ.

May 31, 1997*
Mark Ludwig premieres viola version of Chôros, opus 61 (1994-95) in the Chapel at Icicle Creek Music Center, Sleeping Lady, in Leavenworth, WA.

June 29, 1997
Performance of Seven Jazz Pieces (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at Longfellow House in Cambridge, MA.

July 29, 1997
Performance of Eight Tarot Cards for Madam Rubio (1997) by Nancy Zeltsman and Janis Potter in Paul Recital Hall at the Juilliard School in New York, NY.

July 30, 1997
Performance of Seven Jazz Pieces (1990-91) by the Hawthorne String Quartet at Curtisville Consortium series, Interlaken Congregational Church in Stockbridge, MA.


Premieres and performances: 1995-96 season

September 9, 1995*
World premiere of Chôros, opus 61 (1994-95) by Daniel Stepner, Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

October 17, 1995
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring T. O. Lee on flute, Gray Sargent on guitar, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

November 14, 1995
Daniel Stepner performs Chôros, opus 61 (1994-95) at 8th Annual Celebration of Faculty Scholarship in Weston M. Jenks, Jr. Honors Library, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

November 30 & December 2, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at Purdue University in LaFayette, IN.

February 22, 1996*
Díaz Trio premieres commissioned work La Chimera Fantastica (1995) at Florida International University in Miami, FL.

March 24, 1996*
Artaria Quartet of Boston gives premiere performance of commissioned work ART: arias & interludes (1996) in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

March 31, 1996
Artaria Quartet of Boston performs ART: arias & interludes (1996) at Viterbo College in La Crosse, WI.

April 21, 1996
Gunther Schuller conducts the Boston Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in the Boston premiere of Symphony No. 1 ... "Fallen Angels" (1993, rev. 1995) in Sanders Theater, Cambridge, MA.

April 22-24, 1996
New Music Festival 1996 at Viterbo College in La Crosse, WI.

Ray Shows performs Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant (1993), April 22
Artaria Quartet of Boston performs ART: arias & interludes (1996), April 23
Laura Thielke and Ken Martinson perform Dark Angels (1990, rev. 1994), April 24

April 27, 1996
Kristina Nilsson performs Chôros, opus 61 (1994-95) at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brookline, MA.

May 2, 1996*
World premiere performance of Poema de Natal (1996) in Paine Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

May 30, 1996
Performance of Symphony No. 1 ... "Fallen Angels" (1993, rev. 1995) at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, in Charleston, SC.

June 8, 1996
Performance of Morango ... Almost a Tango (1984-string orchestra version) by the Lexington Sinfonietta at the Museum of National Heritage in Lexington, MA.

June 23, 1996
Steven Tramontozzi performs Hylidae ... The Tree Frogs (1984) with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, CA.

August 17, 1996
Premiere performance of Trinca de Chôros (1996) by Nancy Braithwaite Wierdsma at the Church of Our Savior in Killington, VT.

Premieres and performances: 1994-95 season

September 23, 1994
Jazz gig with the Moon Unit - Tom Lee, flute; Brad Hatfield, piano; Bruce Gertz, bass; Grover Mooney, drums - at the Willow Jazz Club in Somerville, MA.

September 30, 1994
Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant (1993) by
the Paul Chou-Paul Salerni duo , Gasson 100, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

October 30, 1994
Raphael Trio premieres Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos" (1994) alongside piano trios by Shostakovich and Ravel at the Phillips Collection, Washingtion, DC.

November 1, 1994
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at the Monmouth Arts Foundation in Lincroft, NJ.

November 14, 1994
Jazz gig with the Moon Unit - Tom Lee, flute; Brad Hatfield, piano, Bruce Gertz, bass, Grover Mooney, drums - at the Willow Jazz Club in Somerville, MA.

November 15, 1994
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers  : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.

January 6, 1995
Lydian String Quartet performs Morango ... Almost a Tango (1983) at Wigmore Hall in London, UK.

January 8, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at the Mill Valley Chamber Music Society in Mill Valley, CA.

January 10, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) in the Eureka Concert Series in Eureka, CA.

January 18, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at Rockefeller University in New York City, NY.

January 29, 1995
Arcadia Wind Quintet premieres newly revised version of Waltzes, opus 26 (1984-94) at Emmanuel Church in Boston, MA.

February 14, 1995
Lydian String Quartet performs Morango ... Almost a Tango (1983) at Miller Theater, Columbia University, in New York City.

February 27, 1995*
Andrés Díaz and Judith Gordon premiere cello and piano version of Eurydice (1994-1995) at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA.

February 28, 1995
The Contemporary Music Ensemble at USC in Los Angeles, CA, gives West Coast premiere of I Never Saw Another Butterfly (1991) for mezzo-soprano, Bb clarinet and piano.

April 8, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at the Chamber Music Society of Logan in Logan, UT.

April 30, 1995*
World premiere of Eurydice ... A tone poem for cello and orchestra (1995) by Andrés Díaz and the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston, Regis College, Weston, MA.

May 23, 1995
Raphael Trio performs Piano Trio No. 1 ... "Tangos"  (1994) at the State Office Building in Juno, AK.

Premieres and performances: 1993-94 season

September 25, 1993
The Eos Ensemble in a concert of music by Dowland, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Imbrie, Webern, Villa-Lobos, Vivaldi, and the Boston premiere of Studio 54 (1992) for flute, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano at the New School of Music in Cambridge, MA.

September 28, 1993
The Eos Ensemble in a repeat performance of Studio 54 in the Knight Auditorium at Babson College in Wellesley, MA.

November 2, 1993
Jazz Concert at Boston College featuring compositions by T. O. Lee and members of Departed Feathers  : Lee on flute, George Garzone on tenor, Brad Hatfield on piano, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Grover Mooney on drums.

November 16, 1993
Artaria Quartet of Boston performs newly-revised version of String Quartet On B-flat (1989-90; rev. 1993) in Gasson Hall at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA.  A four-movement work originally commissioned by the Harvard Musical Association for the Manhattan String Quartet.

January 29, 1994
Lydian String Quartet in a program of Beethoven, Ornstein, and T. O. Lee's String Quartet On B-flat in Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

January 31, 1994
Soli Espri, featuring mezzo-soprano D'Anna Fortunato, clarinetist Chester Bresniak, and pianist David Witten, in a program of Mozart, Ponce, Poulenc, Berlioz, Schubert, and T.O. Lee's I Never Saw Another Butterfly (1991) in Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

February 19, 1994
Claring Chamber Players in a program of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and the world premiere performance of T. O. Lee's Dark Angels (1990; rev. 1994) for viola and cello at the Unitarian Church in Montclair, NJ.

March 7, 1994
Lydian String Quartet, Chou-Solerni Duo, and Bartlett-Clarke Duo in
"An Evening of Music For Strings - Thomas Oboe Lee."
Dance Theater Workshop/Bessie Schonberg Theater
219 West 19th Street, New York, NY.

Program:    Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant (1993)
        Dark Angels (1990, rev. 1994)
        Seven Jazz Pieces (1991-1992)
        String Quartet On B-flat (1989-90; rev. 1993)
        Morango ... Almost a Tango (1983)

April 8, 1994
Performance of T.O. Lee's String Quartet On B-flat by the Artaria Quartet of Boston at the Performing Arts Center Recital Hall, Winona State University, Winona, MN.

April 13, 1994
Boston College Symphony Orchestra in a program featuring Beethoven's Triple Concerto, and the world premiere performance of T. O. Lee's three-movement Sinfonietta, opus 60 (1993-1994).  Gasson Hall, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

April 15, 1994
Paul Chou-Paul Salerni duo performs Morango ... Almost a Tango (1994-version for violin and piano) and Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant (1993) at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA.  A four-movement work commissioned by the Paul Chou-Paul Salerni duo.

April 22, 1994
Performance of T.O. Lee's String Quartet On B-flat by the Artaria Quartet of Boston at the Swarthout Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.

April 25, 1994
Performance of T.O. Lee's String Quartet On B-flat by the Artaria Quartet of Boston at the White Concert Hall, Washburn University, Topeka, KS.

May 3, 1994
Performance of T.O. Lee's String Quartet On B-flat by the Artaria Quartet of Boston at the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall of Viterbo College, La Crosse, WI.

May 6, 1994
Patti Shands and Peggy Senter premieres clarinet-piano version of Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH.

May 8, 1994
Sunrise Quartet performs Mozart, Shostokovich and T. O. Lee's Seven Jazz Pieces at Unitarian Chuch, Palo Alto, CA.

May 9-27, 1994
Paul Chou-Paul Salerni duo takes Tunesmith ... An American Beauty Pageant (1993) on a tour in mainland China.

May 15, 1994
Sunrise Quartet performs Seven Jazz Pieces at Maybeck Recital Hall, Berkeley, CA.

June 5, 1994
Barbara Day Turner conducts the San Jose Chamber Orchestra in a performance of Morango ... Almost a Tango (1984 string orchestra version) in San Jose, CA.

July 9, 1994
Sunrise Quartet performs Mozart, Shostokovich and T. O. Lee's Seven Jazz Pieces at Foothill College, Los Altos, CA.

August 22 & 23, 1994
Jazz gig with the Moon Unit - Tom Lee, flute; Brad Hatfield, piano, Bruce Gertz, bas, Grover Mooney, drums - at the Willow Jazz Club in Somerville, MA.