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2018-2019 Season

 

September 17, I Will Learn to Love a Person in Allentown, PA

Alexandra Porter will perform I will learn to love a person with Andrea Lodge, piano, at the Muhlenberg College’s Egner Chapel. Mote info.

September 18, Liminal Highway in Berlin, Germany

Flutist Lina Andonovska perform Liminal Highway at the BKA theater in Berlin. More info.

September 20, Argus Quartet at Purdue

The Argus Quartet will perform Can’t and Won’t at Purdue in West Lafayette, IN. More info.

September 22 & 23, High Windows in Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe Pro Musica performs High Windows at Lensic Performing Arts Center along with Haydn 92 and Mozarts 20th Piano Concerto. More info.

September 23, The Industry in Los Angeles, CA

At the Barnsdell Gallery Theatre, The Industry perform I will learn to love a person and selections from Invisible Cities as a part of their Benefit Concert. More info.

September 28, Double Happiness at University of Southern Carolina

The Living Earth Show, presented by Southern Exposure New Music Series, performs Double Happiness. More info.

October 14, Anthony Marwood with the New World Symphony

Violinist Anthony Marwood will perform Recovering with members of the New World Symphony at New World Center in Miami, Fl. More info.

October 15, Temple University New Music Ensemble in Philadelphia

The New Music Ensemble will perform South Catalina in the 7:30pm concert in Klein Recital Hall. More info.

October 21, The Arching Path in Orlando, FL

Pianist Will Daniels will perform The Arching Path in the “Central Florida Composers Forum: Piano Concert” at Timucua White House (7pm). More info.

October 25, chatterbird in Nashville, TN

Chatterbird presents Liminal Highway at the Ed Nash Studio as a culmination of Chris’s residency. The concert will feature I Will Learn to Love a Person, Double Happiness, South Catalina and the eponymous Liminal Highway. More info.

October 30, Timo Andres in Williamstown, MA

In his solo recital, Timo Andres performs Arching Path at Williams College. More info.

November 3, Opera panel at Opera Learning Center, NY

Presented by Naomi Barrettara and Elspeth Davis, Chris will join as panelist in the discussion entitled “Opera in the New Millennium Part 2: Opera’s Future”. More info.

November 8, Brendan Jacklin in Pulaski, TN

Pianist Brendan Jacklin will perform Hoyt-Schermerhorn at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, TN. More info.

November 18, New Work with LA PHIL

The LA Phil will perform a world premiere with conductor Roderick Cox. Program includes Poulenc’s Organ Concerto, featuring Cameron Carpenter and Saint-Saen’s Symphony No. 3 “Organ”. More info.

December 3, Argus Quartet in Metropolis Series, NYC

Argus Quartet performs Can’t and Won’t at Metropolis Ensemble’s Pop-up space (1 Rivington St). More Info.

January 13, Argus Quartet in the Bronx

Argus Quartet performs Can’t and Won’t at Wave Hill. More Info.

February 15, Double Happiness in Houston, TX

Aperio presents ‘Double Happiness & Difficulty Bamboo’ featuring music by Bates, Cerrone, Torke and Schnyder at Match. More info.

March 2, Will There Be Singing in Naples, Italy

Orchestra of Teatro di San Carlo, conducted by Ryan McAdams, performs Will There Be Singing. Program includes Beethoven’s fourth piano concerto with Barry Douglas and Alexander Zemlinsky’s Symphonic Fantasy from Hans Christian Andersen. More info.

March 3, In a Grove in NYC

Celebrating the alumni of American Lyric Theater, selection from In a Grove will be performed by singers from the country’s leading opera houses. More info.

March 7, “Love Wounds” at Baylor

Chicago Fringe Opera and Latitude 49 join forces with Baylor students to present music for voice and chamber ensemble by Christopher Cerrone. More info.

March 9, High Windows in Fayetteville, Arkansas

The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas perform High Windows along with J.S. Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2. More info.

May 12, World Premiere in Chicago, IL

The Civic Orchestra, conducted by Ken-David Masur, premieres a new work, co-commissioned with the Britt Festival Orchestra, featuring the Grammy Award-winning ensemble Third Coast Percussion. More info.

May 16–30, Love Wounds in Chicago, IL at the Chicago Cultural Center and Studio 733.

Latitude 49 and Chicago Fringe Opera team up to present Love Wounds a series of works for voice and chamber ensemble including a new arrangement of All Wounds Bleed, a new work for Latitude 49, in a fully staged production. Opening performance will take place at the Chicago Cultural Center on May 16 with a run of 6 shows that will run through May 30. More info very soon.

May 23, The Pieces that Fall in Hamilton, Ontario

The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra performs works by Cerrone, Castri, Frehner. More info.

June 20, Timo Andres at Caramoor

In his solo recital, Timo Andres performs Arching Path at Caramoor. More info soon.

June 24, Liminal Highway at Codarts Rotterdam

Flutist Nathalie Theiller will present a concert on electroacousitc music for flute. More info soon.

 

2017-2018 season