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December 5, 2010:Janus for mixed percussion and prerecorded electronics by Joel Boss. 5 PM in McIntosh Theater, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
November 15, 2010:Road Trip for string quartet by Amelia Giles and Tea Prokes, violins, Linnea Powell, viola, and Jeremy Crosmer, cello. 8 PM in Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
November 6, 2010:Songs of Li Po (transcribed for voice, flute and alto flute, viola, guitar, and percussion) performed by Ars Nova Dallas, Jordan R. Smith, conductor. 7 PM at the Lakewood United Methodist Church (2443 Abrams Road) in Dallas, TX.
November 5, 2010:Songs of Li Po (transcribed for voice, flute and alto flute, viola, guitar, and percussion) performed by Ars Nova Dallas, Jordan R. Smith, conductor. 7 PM at the Lakewood United Methodist Church (2443 Abrams Road) in Dallas, TX.
October 31, 2010:Prelude and Fugue for viola and piano, by William Johnston, viola, and Shuai Wang, piano. 2 PM in Mixon Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland, Ohio.
October 22, 2010:Aerodynamics, wind ensemble version, by the CCM Wind Symphony at the 2010 Midwest Composers Symposium. 8 PM in the Corbett Auditorium, University of Cincinnati.
October 20, 2010:Aerodynamics, wind ensemble version, by the CCM Wind Symphony, Rodney Winther, music director. 8 PM in the Corbett Auditorium, University of Cincinnati.
August 29, 2010:"Setting the Stage" concert, including performances of Dark and Stormy Night, Frolic, White on White, Northern Lights, and a movement from Geometries. 2 PM in the Fasig-Tipton Pavillion in Lexington, KY.
August 28, 2010:Geometries (world premiere) for clarinet, violin, cello and piano, commissioned by Nathan Cole for the UBS Chamber Music Festival. 8 PM in the Fasig-Tipton Pavillion in Lexington, Kentucky.
August 25 through 29, 2010:Residency at the UBS Chamber Music Festival in Lexington, Kentucky. A schedule of public festival events is available here.
August 4, 2010:Aerodynamics by the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, part of the "In the Works" concert. 5:15 PM in the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA.
July 23, 2010:Oneironaut's Journey, performed by the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble. 8 PM in Harris Concert Hall, Aspen, CO.
July 23, 2010:Hydrostatics, performed by the American Academy of Conducting at Aspen orchestra. 9 AM in Harris Concert Hall, Aspen, CO.
June 3, 2010:The Other Rainbow, performed by the Omaha Symphony; Thomas Wilkins, conductor. 7 PM in the UNO Strauss Performing Arts Center, Omaha, NE.
April 16, 2010:Songs of Li Po, performed by members of the BE Orchestra. 8 PM in St. Ignatius Church, 740 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD.
March 29, 2010:White on White for clarinet and piano. Performed by David Snyder, clarinet; Nozomi Marusawa, piano. 8 PM in Stamps Auditorium, University of Michigan.
March 27, 2010:Basho Haiku, for soprano, percussion, and string quartet. Performed in the University of Michigan Art Museum as part of "Positive Space," a project by Sam Hughes Livingston and Peter Dodds. Three performances at :20 after the hour between 2 and 5 PM.
March 21, 2010:Basho Haiku, for soprano, percussion, and string quartet. 8 PM in Britton recital hall, Ann Arbor, MI.
February 25, 2010:Time Lapse for orchestra, performed by the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra. 8 PM in Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI.
February 20, 2010:White on White for clarinet and piano, performed by David Snyder, clarinet; Roger Zare, piano. 8 PM in Britton recital hall, Ann Arbor, MI.
February 11, 2010:Sonata in One Movement for violin and piano, performed by Alexandra Dee, violin; Eun-Hee Park, piano. 8 PM in Longmire 201, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
January 30, 2010:Time Lapse, commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra, Anne Manson conducting. 7:30 PM in Harold Prince Theatre, Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
January 29, 2010:Time Lapse (world premiere), commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra, Anne Manson conducting. 7:30 PM in Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York City.



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