|Saturday, Feb 22nd, 8pm||The Opus Project presents
OPUS 14: A Multi-Media Event, with Alan Kingsley, Kris Palmer, Stardust, Michael Garvey, Jason Park, Jill Wagoner, Cesar Cancino, Corey Johnson, Moses Lei, and The Opus Project Wind-String Quartet, Wind Quintet, and Orchestra.
|Details||Berkeley Arts Festival, 2133 University Avenue, Berkeley,
CA, USA. Tickets: $10-$20, available at the door
|Tapor, Op. 14 (1948) plus opus 14 works by Alburger, Berlioz, Barber, Bartok, Crumb, Tilmann Dehnhard, Ginastera, Hindemith, Holst, Kabalevsky, Knussen, Milhaud, Robert Muczynski, Prokofiev, Jan Pusina, Rachmaninoff, Schoenberg, Shostakovich, Szymanowski, Webern|
|Sunday, Feb 23rd, 3.30pm||Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Joan Landry||Details||First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church of Arlington, 630 Mass. Ave, MA, USA||Armenian Rhapsody No.3
plus music by Dvorak, Sibelius and Copland
|Friday Apr 11, 7pm||Haskell Small, piano: Mark Rothko: A Musical Response||Details||Rothko Chapel, 1409 Sul Ross St., Houston, TX 77006, USA||Prospect Hill Sonata, Pastorale No.1, and Hymn to Mount Chocorua
plus music by Haskell Small (The Rothko Room: Journeys in Silence) and Erik Satie.
|Saturday, Apr 26th, 8pm||The Opus Project presents
OPUS 16: How Suite It Is. A Multi-Media Event, with Alan Kingsley, Hussein Al-Nasrawi, Melissa Smith, Alvin Lau, and The Opus Project Mixed and Wind Quintets, and Orchestra.
|Details||Diablo Valley College Music Building, Viking Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA, USA.||Fantasy for Piano, Op. 16 (1948) plus opus 16 works by Greig, Scriabin, Schoenberg, Leonardo De Lorenzo, Gliere, Cyril Scott, Bartok, Stravinsky, Hauer, Webern, Prokofiev, Milhaud, Krenek, Weill, Creston, Shostakovich, Barber, Britten, Ginastera, Robert Muczynski, Knussen, Mark Alburger, Mark Summer, Steven Price, Michael Stubblefield|
|Saturday, May 24th, 12pm||Victor Manuel Morales, organ||Evangelish-Lutherischen Kirche, Boticelli 74, esq. Patriotismo, Mexico City, Maxico||Habakkuk Op.434 plus organ works by William Ortiz-Alvarado, Ana Paola Santillán Alcocer, Imants Zemzaris, Leonardo Coral, Justin Lépany|
|Saturday, May 31st, 8pm||The Opus Project presents
OPUS 17. A Multi-Media Event, with soloists and The Opus Project Wind and String Ensembles, and Orchestra.
|Details||Diablo Valley College Music Building, Viking Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA, USA.||Symphony No.1 'Andante Maestoso' Op. 17 (1938) plus opus 17 works by composers including Arensky, Sibelius, Leonardo De Lorenzo, Cyril Scott, Bartok, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Enescu, Krenek, Weill, Creson, Shostakovich, Barber, Britten, Ginastera, Knussen, Mark Alburger, Mark Summer, Stardust, Scott Sterling, Hussein Al-Nasrawi|
|Saturday, June 28th, 8pm||The Opus Project presents
OPUS 18. With Alan Kingsley, Chris Diggins, Jill Wagoner, John Yoon, and The Opus Project Quartet and Orchestra.
|Details||Diablo Valley College Music Building, Viking Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA, USA.||Fugue, Op.18, No.2 (1963) plus opus 18 works by Faure, Sibelius, Rachmaninoff, Holst, Bartok, Schoenberg, Leonardo de Lorenzo, Enescu, Stravinsky, Webern, Toch, Jerzy Gablenz, Milhaud, Prokofiev, Hindemith, Kabalevsky, Shostakovich, Barber, Britten, Ginastera, Persichetti, Muczynski, Reich, Glass, Knussen, Alburger, Scott Sterling, Stardust, Feona Lee Jones and Michael Stubblefield|
|Sunday, June 29th, 12.30pm||Victor Manuel Morales, organ||Evangelish-Lutherischen Kirche, Boticelli 74, esq. Patriotismo, Mexico City, Maxico||Habakkuk Op.434 plus works by Lluís Benejam, Imants Zemzaris, Peteris Vasks, Gustavo Delgado and Guy Ropartz.|
|Thursday, July 31st, 6pm||Victor Manuel Morales, organ||Antigua Basílica de Guadalupe, Mexico City, Mexico||Organ Sonata: Hermit Thrush Op.424
plus music by Federico Ibarra, Imants Zemzaris, Peteris Vasks and Justin Lépany
|Sunday,28th 5pm||WBF Wind Ensemble, Soloist: Raphael Christen, Conductor: Roger Meier||Details||Hotel Schweizerhof, Zeugheer-Saal, Lucerne, Switzerland||Symphony No.53 'Star Dawn' Op.377
plus band music by Fergal Caroll, Vincent Persichetti, Keiko Abe and Alfred Reed
|Oct 9th||University of Minnesota Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Graig Kirchoff Conductor||Details||University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA||Symphony No.53 'Star Dawn' Op.377
|Friday, October 31st 8pm||Victor Manuel Morales, organ (XX Saltillo International Organ Festival||Cathedral of Santiago, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico||Organ Sonata No.2 'Invisible Sun' Op.386 and other organ works|
|Saturday, November 8th, 7pm||South Shore Orchestra (10th Season Anniversary Concert); Troy Webdell, Music Director and Conductor; David Vicari, Accordion; Harlan Bijornstad, Narrator||Details||Ivy Tech College Auditorium Theater, 3100 Ivy Tech Drive, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383, USA||Rubaiyat Op.308 (1975) plus music by
He Zhanhao (The Eternal Sorrow of Lin'An) and Aram Khachaturian (Violin Concerto)
|Thursday, November 13th, 7pm||Alessandra Pompili, piano||Details||Altrincham Grammar School
for Girls, Cavendish Road, Altrincham, Cheshire,
WA14 2NL, United Kingdom
|12 Armenian Folk Songs, Ghazal (1938), Ghazal-Sufi (1938), Sonata 'Cougar Mountain' Op.390, plus music by Liszt|
|Friday, December 5th, 7pm||Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra; Roosa Pulakka, harp; Juha Kangas, conductor.||Details||Snellman Hall, Kokkola, Finland||Movements from Concerto for Harp and Strings Op.267
plus music by Purcell, Pärt, Vivaldi, Svendsen, Tuukkanen, Nordgren, Raitio and Sibelius