Stanley M. Hoffman, Ph.D.

Composer, Arranger, Editor, Conductor, Baritone, Lecturer

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Grant Us Peace (SATB) was featured at the Carthage College 2017 baccalaureate ceremony.


PUBLISHED April 2017: Seascapes - SATB & low flutes (bass and alto) - English - words by Jacquline Tuffnell - composed for Peter Sheridan - 2015 - ECS #7.0666, flute part #7.0667 - Y. Click here to listen to a performance by The Singers, Matthew Culloton, conductor, Barb Leibundguth, alto flute, Trudy Anderson, bass flute. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.


PUBLISHED January 2017: Of All the Souls That Stand Create (text by Emily Dickinson) - baritone & piano - 1985 - ECS #8407 - N. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.

PUBLISHED January 2017: And mists are carved away - contrabass flute and piano - ECS # 8408 - 1984, arr. 2015. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.


PUBLISHED January 2017: Naomi's Lullaby - guitar solo - 2005 - ECS #7.0687. Arranged for Aaron Larget-Caplan's Lullaby Project, this edition was edited by him. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.

World premiere performance on May 5, 2017. "Eliot Street Soirée presents Aaron-Larget Caplan, internationally recognized classical guitarist. Advanced tickets are $15 at
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2905806  At the door, $20. For further information, email eliotstreetsoiree@gmail.com International touring and recording artist Aaron Larget-Caplan presents an exciting classical/world guitar program featuring classics by Bach, Gershwin and Mussorgsky, Spanish masterpieces, new works from his acclaimed CD ‘The Legend of Hagoromo’, and a world premiere by Boston-based composer Stanley Hoffman for Aaron’s much-admired New Lullaby Project. The evening concert will be a virtuosic exploration of the guitar and musical epochs in the 21st century."


PUBLISHED 2017: Naomi's Lullaby - oboe, or clarinet, or trumpet and piano, or bass trombone & piano - 2005 -ECS #7.0685-87 - N - 4 minutes. Click here to hear a synthesized performance of this work in MP3 format with oboe as the solo instrument. This rendition is without any formal repeats, hence its shortened duration. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.


The BYU Singers, Andrew Crane, conductor, performed Morgen! (Strauss, arr. Hoffman; SATB & piano) on February 9, 2017, at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. Click here to listen to this performance.


The de Profundis a cappella men’s ensemble of Albuquerque, NM, greets the holiday season with Dr. Hoffman’s Hebrew prayer Haneirot halalu on November 26, 2016. Details may be found here.


The Univox Choir of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, will perform one of Dr. Hoffman's Chanukah settings on their 2016 holiday season concert Serenity, Hope, Light on December 9, 2016; they do not say which one.


The Penn State Glee Club performed my setting of Psalm 117 on their Fall Concert, November 12, 2016 at 7:30 pm. Details may be found here.


Peter Sheridan and David Lamont performed Kojo no tsuki Variant for two contrabass flutes, August 13, 2016, 44th Annual National Flute Association Convention, Terrace Room, Town and Country Resort, San Diego, CA.


PUBLISHED July 2016: Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes (commissioned by Carolina Brass) - brass quintet & optional timpani - 2008 - ECS #7.0681. Click here to listen to a live, unedited performance from March 25, 2012 (without timpani).


PUBLISHED May 2016: O Absalom (2 Samuel:18-33, [KJV], adapted by SMH) - TTBB - 2014 ECS #7.0696. Click here to listen to a performance by The Singers Matthew Culloton, conductor. Click here to see a partial PDF sample of the score, or to purchase full copies.


The DeKalb Choral Guild (Decatur, GA), Mary Root, Conductor - Three Miniatures (SATB) - May 14, 2016, 7:30 pm, "Mystic and Music-Settings" of Rumi and Hafez and other mystics of many cultures, St. Bart's Episcopal Church, LaVista Rd., Atlanta, GA.