January 18, 2011
The Art of Elan -  San Diego Museum of Art

Vocal chamber music. With Demarre McGill and musicians from the Art of Elan in a performance of Nicolas Maw's Roman Canticles for soprano, flute, harp and viola.

January 29, 2011
Da Camera presents Rothenberg's The Blue Rider in Performance - Houston, Texas

Voice and piano, vocal chamber music. Da Camera of Houston presents The Blue Rider in Performance, the reprise of the critically acclaimed program conceived by pianist Sarah Rothenberg, with the Brentano String Quartet and pianist Sarah Rothenberg. 

March 11, 2011
Ensemble ACJW Lincoln Center, New York City

Vocal chamber music. With members of Ensemble ACJW in the first book of George Crumb's Madrigals. The Academy is a program of Carnegie Hall, the Julliard School and the Weill Music Institute.

May 3, 2011
Art of Elan - The North Wind was a Woman - West Coast Premiere - San Diego Museum of Art

Vocal chamber music. With the Art of Elan, David Bruce's song cycle, The North Wind was a Woman.

May 18, 20 and 21, 2011|
kallisti chamber opera "A sound, vast and summerlike..." UC San Diego

kallisti chamber opera. Producer, director, artistic director. 'A sound, vast and summerlike...' juxtaposes concert music of two seminal figures of modern music: Eric Satie and Morton Feldman in a staged setting. The cornerstone of the production is Eric Satie's masterwork, Socrate. Written in 1918, Socrate is considered to be one of the precursors of minimalism and a turning point toward modernity. Surrounding this is chamber music of Morton Feldman; a composer in whom we see the influence of Satie in its full mid-century flower. His delicate, pulsing works can be compared to the painting of Mark Rothko; multi-layered, with exquisite instrumental and vocal color. Satie and Feldman's songs, at times humorous and ironic, at times serenely beautiful, complete the program.    

May 28, 2011
Celebrating George Crumb - Ives Ensemble - De Doelen, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

Vocal chamber music. With the Ives Ensemble in a celebration of the music of American composer George Crumb, including Madrigals Book 4 and Ancient Voices of Children.

June 11, 2011
Kurtág's Kafka Fragments - Nasher Sculpture Center Dallas, Texas

Vocal chamber music. With violinist Violaine Melancon perform Gyorgy Kurtág's Kafka Fragments, a seventy minute song cycle for voice and violin.

June 18, 2011
Celebrating Charles Ives: Ives and His Influences - Norfolk Chamber Music Festival at Yale, Norfolk, Connecticut

Recital, voice and piano. The opening concert of the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival's special series Celebrating Charles Ives. With pianist Donald Berman the recital Ives and His Influences.

June 23, 2011
Kurtág's Messages of the Late R.V. Troussova - Philharmonia Orchestra - Royal Festival Hall, London, U.K. 

Voice and chamber orchestra. With Philharmonia Orchestra for Kurtág's searing song cycle, Messages of the Late R.V. Troussova, under the direction of conductor Baldur Broeninmann.

July 14, 2011
Roger Reynolds' Seasons Cycle II with Alarm Will Sound

Vocal chamber music. World premiere. With conductor Alan Pierson and members of Alarm will Sound in the world premiere of Roger Reynolds' Seasons: Cycle II at the Mizzou New Music Festival, housed at the University of Missouri School of Music in Columbia, MO.

November 10, 2011
Rozalie Hirs' Arbre généalogique with ASKO/Schoenberg at Musikgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

Voice and large ensemble. World premiere. The world premiere of Arbre généalogique for soprano, ensemble and electronic sounds by Dutch composer Rozalie Hirs with the ASKO/Schoenberg, under the direction of conductor Pierre Vallade. At the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ,  Amsterdam, Netherlands.

November 13, 2011
Rozalie Hirs' Arbre généalogique with ASKO/Schoenberg at Festival November Music, Den Bosch, NETHERLANDS

Repeat of November 10, 2011.

November 28, 2011
Dembski's The Show and Glaser's Of Twilight  with New York New Music Ensemble at Center for Jewish History, New York City

Vocal chamber music. With New York New Music Ensemble in Stephen Dembski's "The Show" and David Glaser's "Of Twilight" at the Center for Jewish History in New York. The text of Glaser's "Of Twilight" is drawn from Charles Simic's Dime Store Alchemy, prose poems which find their inspiration in the strange and magical boxes of American artist Joseph Cornell.

Steven Dembski's "The Show" is a tour-de-force setting of the Donald Barthelme prose poem. Alternating between sprechstimme and sung material, the work is imbued with fantasy, humor and violence.

"It is difficult to keep the public interested. The public demands new wonders piled on new wonders. Often we don't know where our next marvel is coming from. The supply of strange ideas is not endless. The development of new wonders is not like the production of canned goods."
 
- From Donald Barthelme, The Show