Multiple performances by the American Wild Ensemble of a new composition “Where the Sun of Freedom Shines” for Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello and Vibraphone, inspired by Missouri’s immigration history. See link for details.
Oboist Rebecca Mindock, pianist Doreen Lee and flutist Andra Bohnet will perform “There Are Things to Be Said” as part of the 2021-2022 Musical Arts Series at University of Southern Alabama.
Manhattan Trio – Mandy Wang, violin – Sunnat Ibragimov – cello and Slawomir Dobrzanski – piano perform “The Road is All.”
Allégresse Trio featuring Annie Gnojek, flute, Margaret Marco, oboe, and Ellen Sommer, piano will perform “There Are Things to Be Said.” Livestream performance from the Lied Center stage
Performance of “The Voice of the Rain” by Gustavo Miranda – percussion, Dong Yeol Hong – cello and Lea Baumert – flute.
The recorded performance by the American Wild Ensemble of “Livid Loneliness of Fear” will be presented as part of the virtual conference.
Performance of “Soul Journey – Three Whitman Songs” by Thea Lobo, mezzo-soprano and Eunmi Ko, piano.
The Rawlins Piano Trio will perform “The Road is All” alongside works by Mendelssohn and Emma Lou Diemer.
Streaming premiere performance of my new composition “Livid Loneliness of Fear” for Mezzo Soprano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Percussion. The title comes from an amazing poem written by aviation pioneer and Kansas native, Amelia Earhart. The performance features the American Wild Ensemble: Ann Marie Wilcox-Daehn, mezzo-soprano; Emlyn Johnson, flute; Bill Kalinkos, clarinet; Sarah Peters, violin; Daniel Ketter, cello and Megan Arns, percussion. Following the performance there will be online discussion with the composers and performers. Click this link to watch the stream.
Live Broadcast of performance of “The Voice of the Rain” performed by Nick Southwick, Flute; Minjin Chung, Cello and Tom Schmidt, Percussion.
KU Symphony Orchestra—Virtual Performance of “City Beautiful”