February 2013 Performances

February 2013
1          Eric Ewazen – Down A River of Time
            Cleveland Heights HS – Shoshana Klein, Soloist; Daniel Heim, Conductor
2          George Walker – Lyric for Strings
    
        Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra – Daniel Meyer, Conductor
4          David Ott – Symphony No. 2
            Moundsview High School – 2 perf. John Madura, Conductor
8          Charles Young – Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Band
            US Army Field Band – 8 perf. SFC Brian Sacawa, Saxophone; Col. Timothy Holtan, Cond.
10        Wendell Logan – Runagate, Runagate for Chamber Ensemble
            SUNY New Paltz – Harvey Felder, Conductor
15        Francois Borne – Carmen Fantasy (band)
Morehead State University – Richard Miles, Conductor
15        Eric Ewazen – Shadowcatcher for Brass Quintet and Orchestra
            Wichita Symphony Orchestra – 2 perf. American Brass Quintet; Daniel Hege, conductor
15        David Ott – Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra
            University of Tennessee – Wesley Baldwin, Carter Enyart, Cellos; James Fellenbaum, Cond.
17        Michael Lankester – A Pocket-Sized Guide To The Orchestra: Part 1 From The Time Machine
Fort Collins Symphony – Wes Kenney, Conductor
21        Don Freund – Jug Blues and Fat Pickin’
            University of Tennessee Martin – John Oelrich, Conductor
21        Stephen Hartke – A Brandenburg Autumn
            Richmond, VA Symphony – 2 perf. Steven Smith, conductor
22        Adolphus Hailstork – American Guernica
            Mona Shores HS – 2 perf. Allison Lukens, Piano. Jason Boyden, Conductor
23        Gwyneth Walker – Bicentennial Suite
            Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra – Jonathan Baker, Conductor
25        Bernhard Heiden – Diversion
            St. Charles East HS, IL – Taimur Sullivan, Saxophone; Jim Kull, Conductor
26        Daniel Dorff – The Tortoise and the Hare
            Knoxville Symphony Orchestra – 2 perf. Lucas Richman, conductor
28        Adolphus Hailstork – American Guernica
            Ithaca College – Mark Fonder, Conductor