2019

 

19 Jan 2019 | Saturday, 2pm  

Daedalus Quartet

Venue: Pitzer Center, UC Davis - Davis, California

Admission: $12 students & children / $24 adults

Tickets/Info: http://arts.ucdavis.edu/event/daedalus-quartet

Daedalus Quartet premieres my new set of miniatures, Thought Bubbles, along with new works by Addie Camsuzou, Jonathan Favero, Daniel Godsil, Sarah Wald.

24 Jan 2019 | Thursday, noon 

Rhonda Rider, solo cello - Thursday at noon Series

Venue: Pitzer Center, UC Davis - Davis, California

Admission: FREE

Tickets/Info: http://arts.ucdavis.edu/event/rhonda-rider-solo-cello

Cellist Rhonda Rider premieres my piece Reverie, along with works by Addie Camsuzou, Sam Clarke-McHale, Aida Shirazi, and Sarah Wald.

24 Jan 2019 | Thursday, 7:30pm 

Faculty Recital: Alan & Misty Theisen with guest artist Jennifer Reason

Venue: Broyhill Chapel (near Mars Hill University) - Mars Hill, North Carolina

Tickets/Info: https://www.mhu.edu/event/faculty-recital/

Jennifer Reason performs selections from my piano cycle, Under Moonlight, in a recital with Alan & Misty Theisen. 

20 April 2019 | Saturday, 7:30pm  

Sakurako Kanemitsu, solo piano

Venue: Center for New Music (55 Taylor St.) - San Francisco, California

Admission: $10 general / $7 members

Tickets/Info: https://centerfornewmusic.com/calendar/sakurako-kanemitsu-solo-piano/

Sacramento-based pianist Sakurako Kanemitsu performs works spanning a wide range of 20th century and 21st century piano music. Exploring styles from minimalism, avant-garde, sans tonalité, and contemporary impressionism, she continues to shed light on the ever-versatile nature of the piano. She will perform my piece The Floating Island II, inspired by Yann Martel's Life of Pi, and Für Arvo, an homage to the great Arvo Pärt. The program will include pieces by Henri Dutilleux, Philip Glass, Dai Fujikura, Lei Liang, and Arvo Pärt.

28 April 2019 | Sunday, 4pm  

Pacific Institute of Music Faculty Recital

Venue: Harris Center - Folsom, California

Admission: $10

Tickets/Info: to inquire about tickets, please email piommusic@gmail.com

As part of PIOM's faculty recital, Sakurako Kanemitsu will perform my piece The Floating Island II, inspired by Yann Martel's Life of Pi. Kanemitsu teaches piano at PIOM and Suleiman teaches music composition and group lessons in music theory. 

17 May 2019 | Friday, 7pm  

Citywater - "Buckboard Charlie"

Venue: The Auditorium at CLARA (1425 24th St.) - Sacramento, California

Admission: $10 students / $20 general

Tickets/Info: https://www.citywatermusic.com/calendar/2019/5/17/buckboard-charlie or https://www.facebook.com/events/376155089605005/ 

Jennifer Reason performs my piano cycle Under Moonlight in addition to other music from the Landscape Music Composers Network, featuring performances of works Christina Rusnak, Linda Chase, Libby Meyer. Each of these pieces are from Citywater's recent collaborations celebrating the fiftieth anniversary in 2018 of the Scenic Rivers and Trails Act. Each performance features images from the river or trail that served as inspiration for the music. They are also premiering a brand new work by Griffin Candey. Mr. Candey's music is garnering critical acclaim and audience attention nation-wide, and Citywater is very excited to premier his newest chamber piece.

31 May 2019 | Friday, 8pm 

North American New Opera - Kellett Chapel Recital Series 
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Venue: Peach Tree Presbyterian Church (3434 Roswell Rd) - Atlanta, Georgia

Admission: TBA

Tickets/Info: https://www.nanoworksopera.com  /  http://vocalartsatl.org/performances 

The North American New Opera Workshop will produce my small opera, Moon, Bride, Dogs (libretto by Cristina Fríes) arranged for piano quartet and singers and the team includes Artistic Director Jennifer Jolley, Music Director Chaowen Ting, Stage Director Stephanie Harvey, and Development Director Jessica Grimmer. 

23 June 2019 | Sunday, 3pm 

Sakurako Kanemitsu, solo piano

Venue: Pioneer Congregational Church (2700 L St.) - Sacramento, California

Admission: $10 suggested donation

Tickets/Info: https://www.sakurakopiano.com/events-calendar/2019/6/23/performances-at-pioneer-sakurako-kanemitsu-solo-piano-recital 

Sacramento-based pianist Sakurako Kanemitsu performs 20th century and 21st century piano music. Exploring styles from minimalism, avant-garde, sans tonalité, and contemporary impressionism, she continues to shed light on the ever-versatile nature of the piano. She will perform my piece The Floating Island II, inspired by Yann Martel's Life of Pi. The program will also include pieces by Henri Dutilleux, Philip Glass, and Arvo Pärt.

16 Nov 2019 | Saturday, 7'30pm

Symphony d'Oro  - Celebrate the Earth with Beethoven!

Venue: Cordova High Performing Arts Center, 2239 Chase Dr. -  Rancho Cordova (Sacramento), California

Admission: FREE (fundraiser for Whisker Warriors)

Tickets/Info: https://www.symphonydoro.org/2019/Earth

The Symphony d'Oro premieres Burning, an orchestra work commissioned the ensemble, conducted by Pete Nowlen.  In a program that contemplates humanity's relationship with nature, the work will be paired with Beethoven's stunning Symphony No. 6 "Pastorale".

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