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25 Jan 2022 | Tuesday 7'30pm

Berklee Composition Faculty Recital

Venue: David Friend Recital Hall - Boston, Massachusetts
Virtual Viewing: Available at link below

Admission: FREE

Info: https://college.berklee.edu/events/composition-faculty-works

In my debut as a new Berklee College faculty member, Sakurako Kanemitsu (piano) performs The Floating Island II, along with works by fellow Berklee composers Apostolos Paraskevas, Larry Thomas Bell, and Andrew List. Open in-person to those COVID-testing at Berklee and via livestream to everyone.

9 Mar 2022 | Thursday 7'30pm

Open Space Festival: UNCo Faculty Gala Concert

Venue: Camus Commons Performance Hall; Univ. of Northern Colorado - Greely, Colorado
Virtual Viewing: Livestream, 7:30pm MST

Admission: $12 adult / $8 senior/student

Info: https://tickets.unco.edu/online/article/openspace

Vijay Chalasani performs my viola solo, Colors in Motion, as part of the Open Space Festival! The 2022 Festival, directed by Dr. Paul Elwood and Professor Vijay Chalasani, features composer, bandleader, and improvisor Graham Reynolds, "the quintessential modern composer." UNC music faculty and students and the UNCommon Ensemble join to collaborate on 3 evenings of concerts, including "Music for Climate," which features contemporary music written about nature and/or climate change.

26 Mar 2022 | Saturday 8pm

Juventas Ensemble - Lungs of the City

Venue: Multicultural Arts Center - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Virtual Viewing: YouTube

Admission: $30 regular, $20 senior, $15 student, $1 no-questions-asked

Info: https://www.juventasmusic.org/lungs-of-the-city.html

Juventas Ensemble premieres performs my new work, Piece of Mind, for small chamber ensemble inspired by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's working space and residence in suburban Boston, Fairsted. Honoring the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, the concert will also feature new works inspired by Olmsted parks by Cristina Rusnak, Justin Ralls, Ayumi Okada, Libby Meyer, Michael Thomas-Fourmai, Nell Shaw Cohen, and Artistic Director Oliver Caplan.

9 Apr 2022 | Saturday 8pm

10 Apr 2022 | Sunday 3pm

West Edge Opera - Snapshot 2022

Venue: Taube Atrium Theater, Wilsey Center - San Francisco, California

Admission: $40

Info: https://www.westedgeopera.org/snapshot tickets available in February 

West Edge Opera presents the first scene of The School for Girls Who Lost Everything in the Fire, a collaboration with librettist Cristina Fríes - Tina and I are excited to return to Snapshot and work with WEO! Also featured are works by Jean Ahn, Michael Kaulkin, Gabrielle Rosse, and Cancino/DeTurk.

 

27 May 2022 | Friday 6'30pm   upcoming!

American Wild Ensemble - Lungs of the City

Venue: Fort Tryon Park, Dongan Lawn: Dongan Place & Broadway - New York, NY

Admission: FREE

Info: https://www.forttryonparktrust.org/event/lungs-of-the-city-olmsteds-parks-in-music-concert/

American Wild Ensemble performs my new work, Piece of Mind, for small chamber ensemble inspired by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's working space and residence in suburban Boston, Fairsted. Honoring the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, the concert will also feature new works inspired by Olmsted parks by Cristina Rusnak, Justin Ralls, Ayumi Okada, Libby Meyer, Michael Thomas-Fourmai, Nell Shaw Cohen, and Oliver Caplan.

28 May 2022 | Saturday 12pm   upcoming!

American Wild Ensemble - Lungs of the City

Venue: The Boathouse in Prospect Park Audubon Center - Brooklyn, New York

Admission: FREE

Info: http://www.musicintheamericanwild.com/tour

American Wild Ensemble performs my new work, Piece of Mind, for small chamber ensemble inspired by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's working space and residence in suburban Boston, Fairsted. Honoring the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, the concert will also feature new works inspired by Olmsted parks by Cristina Rusnak, Justin Ralls, Ayumi Okada, Libby Meyer, Michael Thomas-Fourmai, Nell Shaw Cohen, and Oliver Caplan.

4 Jun 2022 | Saturday 2pm   upcoming!

Juventas Ensemble - Lungs of the City

Venue: Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site - Brookline, Massachusetts
Virtual Viewing: YouTube

Admission: $30 regular, $20 senior, $15 student, $1 no-questions-asked

Info: https://www.juventasmusic.org/lungs-of-the-city.html

Juventas Ensemble performs my new work, Piece of Mind, for small chamber ensemble AT THE PLACE of its inspiration - landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's working space and residence in suburban Boston, Fairsted. Honoring the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, the concert will also feature new works inspired by Olmsted parks by Cristina Rusnak, Justin Ralls, Ayumi Okada, Libby Meyer, Michael Thomas-Fourmai, Nell Shaw Cohen, and Artistic Director Oliver Caplan.

Postponed due to the pandemic

16 May 2020 | Saturday 7pm   POSTPONED due to COVID-19

Compositions for Dance, Cello & Piano

Venue: Pitzer Center, UC Davis - Davis, California

Admission: $12 students / $24 general

Tickets/Info: https://arts.ucdavis.edu/event/compositions-dancepiano-and-cello 

In a cross-disciplinary collaboration, Sakurako Kanemitsu (piano) and Michael Dahlberg (cello) team up with choreographer Jacob Gutiérrez-Montoya for a performance of original music and dance, with compositions by myself, Aida Shirazi, and Sarah Wald. They will premiere my new piece, in a field of stars.