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Selected Perfomances

Performances are Arranged by Genre, Title, and Date

(Most Recent to Oldest)

Title of Work (Scoring) - Name(s) of Performer(s) - Date(s) of Performance(s) - Venue - Occasion (if any)

Choral - Mixed Chorus

 

Anim Zemiros (SATB divisi) - The New York Virtuoso Singers, Harold Rosenbaum, conductor - world premiere performance - January 11, 2009 - St. Ignatius Episcopal Church - New York City.

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - Amabilis Singers, Dr. Ramona Luengen, Artistic Director, April 27, 2019, at New Westminster Christian Reformed Church, Burnaby, 8255 13th Ave., BC, Canada.

 

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - CHŒUR DE RADIO FRANCE on March 30, 2019, in the AUDITORIUM DE RADIO FRANCE in a program titled "The Art of Transcription."

 

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - The Salt Lake Vocal Artists, June 10, 2015 in Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst museum of modern art in Aachen, Germany, Dr. Brady Allred, director, Laurel Palmer, piano. Link to YouTube performance.

 

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - Minnesota Choral Arts Finale, A Premier High School Choir Festival, FESTIVAL CONCERT, Sunday, April 6, 2014, 7:30 p.m., Orchestra Hall, St. Paul, MN.

 

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - Minnesota Choral Arts Finale, A Premier High School Choir Festival, FESTIVAL CONCERT, Sunday, April 6, 2014, 7:30 p.m., Orchestra Hall, St. Paul, MN.

 

Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening) (music by Claude Debussy [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - French and English - singing translation by Ruth T. Hoffman [Dr. Hoffman's wife] and Stanley M. Hoffman) - SATB & piano - Southeastern University Chamber Singers, Dr. Daniel A. Gordon, conductor - November 5, 2012 - First Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, Florida.

 

Behold, God Is My Salvation - (arr. for SATB, brass quintet, timpani and organ) - St. Paul's Parish Adult Choir, The Beacon Brass, James Swist, organ, Jennifer Lester, conductor - world premiere performance, April 25, 2010 - St. Paul's Parish, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Click here to hear this performance.

Easy Decision, An (SATB & piano) - Choral Guild of Atlanta, Inc., Clair Maxwell, conductor, October 23, 2011, Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, Alpharetta, Georgia.


Gale, The (SATB and piano or chamber orchestra, text by Abraham ["Abramek"] Koplowicz, a talented young boy who died in the Holocaust]) - world premiere performances with piano accompaniment by the choir From Age to Age, Peter J. Durow, Conductor, November 1, 2018, Open World Learning Community, St. Paul, MN; November 11, 2018, Easter Lutheran Church, Eagan, MN. Here is a link to this performance; the video is of their entire concert; the music for The Gale begins at time index 28:00.

 

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - the Encore vocal ensemble of the Peninsula Singers, Sequim, Washington.

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin - 2017 baccalaureate ceremony.

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - Duke University Chapel Service of Worship, October 14, 2012, Durham, North Carolina.

 

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - Expressions of Peace (9/11 memorial concert), September 11, 2011, Highlands Presbyterian Church, Miriam Matteson, conductor, Worthington, Ohio.

 

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - 9/11 Memorial Concert, September 6, 2011, Indiana State University Concert Choir, Dr. Scott Buchanan director, Terre Haute, Indiana.

 

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - 9/11 Memorial Service, September 11, 2011, Saint James Lutheran Church Choir, Mark D. Fry, music director, Concord, North Carolina.

 

Grant Us Peace (SATB) - Duke University Chapel Service of Worship, October 12, 2003, Durham, North Carolina.


Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - December 2020 - Jacksonville Children's Chorus, Darren Dailey, artistic director and conductor performed Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - during the time of

COVID-19. #rare

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Voices Chapel Hill, Stephen Futrell, artistic director and conductor - December, 2018. Here is a link to a YouTube video of this performance.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Viva la Musica!, Shulamit Hoffmann, conductor - December, 2014.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - The Western Reserve Chorale, David Gilson, conductor, "Tis the Season: Songs of Thanksgiving and Praise" - December 8, 2013, Grace Lutheran Church, Cleveland Heights, OH.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - The Ad Hoc Singers - December 4, 2011, Calvary United Methodist Church, Arlington, Virginia.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Southern Oregon Repertory Singers, Dr. Paul French, director - December 17, 2005, First Presbyterian Church, Medford, Oregon and December 18, 2005, SOU Music Recital Hall, Ashland, Oregon.

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Cantemus Chamber Chorus, Gary Wood, music director, December 3, 2005, Christ Church, Hamilton, Massachusetts, December 4, 2005, St. Paul's Church, Newburyport, Massachusetts, December 11, 2005, special performance at Castle Hill, Ipswich, Massachusetts.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - The Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Dr. Dennis Shrock, artistic director - December 17, 20, 23, 2002, St. Francis Cathedral, Santa Fe, December 19, 2002, Santa Maria de la Paz Church, Santa Fe, December 21, 2002, St. Michael and All Angels Church, Albuquerque, December 22, 2002, in Las Placitas Presbyterian Church, Placitas.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) -  The Allegheny College Choirs, Dr. Ward Jamison, conductor - Dec. 8, 2002 , Shafer Auditorium, Meadville, Pennsylvania.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Mansfield Chamber Singers, Kenneth Wells, conductor - December 8, 2001, St. Augustine-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Santa Monica, California. December 15, 2001, Grace Lutheran Church, Culver City, California.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Camerata Singers, John Koza, conductor - California premiere performance, December 8, 2000 - St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Salinas, California. December 9, 2000 - Carmel Mission, Carmel, California. December 10, 2000 - Mission San Antonio, Jolon, California.

 

Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Cantemus Chamber Chorus, John Hoffacker, conductor - Massachusetts premiere performance, December 2, 2000 - Central Congregational Church, Newburyport, Massachusetts. December 3, 2000, Christ Church, Hamilton, Massachusetts.

 

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen (Mahler/Hoffman) - Ensemble 212 and Young New Yorkers’ Chorus April 5, 2014 at St. Michael’s Church, New York City - Michael Kershner, conductor.

 

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen - (music by Gustav Mahler from Lieder nach Ruckert [soprano & orchestra] arranged for SATB & piano) - New England Conservatory Concert Choir, Erica Washburn, conductor, October 24, 2011, Jordan Hall, Boston. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen (Mahler/Hoffman) - Ensemble 212 and Young New Yorkers’ Chorus April 5, 2014 at St. Michael’s Church, New York City - Michael Kershner, conductor.

 

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen - (music by Gustav Mahler from Lieder nach Ruckert [soprano & orchestra] arranged for SATB & piano) - Los Angeles Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, music director, Lisa Edwards, piano, May 21, 2006, Walt Disney Concert Hall.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB, percussion) - Viva la Musica!, Shulamit Hoffmann, conductor - December, 2014.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB) - Albany Pro Musica, Dr. David Griggs-Janower, Conductor, December 15-16, 2012, Carondelet Hospitality Center, Latham, NY. Click here to listen to their recording.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB) - Gar Lockrem Community Choir, Aaron Kapaun, Conductor - on December 7, 2012, Augustana Lutheran Church, West St. Paul, MN; December 8, 2012, Hastings United Methodist Church, Hastings, MN; December 9, 2012, at First Presbyterian Church, South St. Paul, MN.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB) - Queen Anne's Chorale, Robert Huntington, Artistic Director - December 1, 2012, Todd Performing Arts Center, Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB chorus & percussion) - Anchorage Concert Chorus, Grant Cochran, conductor - December 10, 2006, Atwood Concert Hall, Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Anchorage, Alaska, Corliss Kimmel, glockenspiel, Loy Donaldson, vibraphone, Bob Amos, recording engineer. Click here and then click on "Listen" on the next page to hear this performance. This recording is used with the kind permission of Grant Cochran.

 

Land of Crystal Dreams (SATB) - The Concord Chorus, Ryan Turner, music director - December 3 and 4, 2004 - Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord, Massachusetts.

 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & piano) - Goucher Gollege Choirs - Fall 2017 repertoire.
 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & orchestra) - Viva la Musica!, Shulamit Hoffmann, conductor - December, 2014.
 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & piano) - New Classic Singers, Lee R. Kesselman, music director, November 1, 2008, McAninch Arts Center, College of DuPage (Glen Ellyn), Illinois.

 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & piano) - Univox Choir, Dallas Bergen, conductor, 2008 repertoire, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & piano) - University Chamber Singers, David Griggs-Janower, conductor, December 3, 2006, SUNY University at Albany, New York.

 

Mi y'maleil (SATB & piano) - Columbine Chorale, Brian Eichenberger, music director, May 21, 2006, St. John's Lutheran Church, Denver, Colorado.

Morgen! (Strauss, arr. Hoffman; SATB & piano) - BYU Singers, Chorale Coeur d'Alene (Idaho), Dr. Stan McDaniel, conductor.

 

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

 

Nature (SATB & piano) - Central Chamber Chorale, Greg Reierson, director, November 14, 15 & 16, 2014, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Medford, WI, Marshfield, WI.

 

Nature (SATB & piano) - University of Colorado Boulder University Choir, Dr. Jeffrey S. Gemmell, conductor, Doreen Lee, pianist, November 7, 2010. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Nature (SATB & piano) - The Longfellow Chorus, Charles Kaufmann, director - world premiere performances - February 28, 2009, First Parish Church, Portland, Maine, and March 1, 2009, First Congregation Church, South Portland, Maine.

 

Nightscapes (SATB & piano) - October 25, 2018, Brooks Center for the Performing Arts - choral music department of Clemson University, Dr. Anthony Bernarducci, Conductor. Click here to listen to this performance.

Nightscapes (SATB & piano) - October 12, 2018, Voxman Music Building - choral music department of the University of Iowa, Erik Doucette, Assistant Conductor.


O Absalom (TTBB) - Zurich Men's Choir (Switzerland) - July 3, 2019.

O Absalom (TTBB) - Seattle Pro Musica, Karen P. Thomas, Conductor- May 18 & 19, 2019.

 

Prayer for Chanukah, A (baritone solo, SATB & piano) - Arlington/Belmont Chorale, Barry Singer, conductor - December, 2014.

 

Prayer for Chanukah, A (baritone solo, SATB & chamber orchestra) - the San Diego Festival Chorus, Anthony V. Mostardo, music director, - world premiere performance of the orchestral version - December 12, 2010. Click here to watch and listen to this performance. This file is in MOV format so you will need the QuickTime player to play it. This film is © copyright by the San Diego

Festival Chorus and is used by permission of Anthony V. Mostardo.

 

Prayer for Chanukah, A (baritone solo, SATB & piano) - 2005 Ohio Music Educators Association Conference, Lakota West High School Chorale, Roger W. Stagge, Conductor.

 

Prayer for Peace, A (SATB) - Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church, Fred Spano, music director, November 25, 2012, Charlotte, NC.

 

Prayer for Peace, A (SATB) - The First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco, Dr. Mark Sumner, director of music, October 2, 2011.

 

Prayer for Peace, A (SATB) - Bates College Alumni Choir, John H. Corrie, director - June 13, 2010, Lewiston, Maine.

 

Prayer for the World, A (SATB) - The Ember Ensemble, Deborah Simpkin King, director - May 19 & 20, 2018, New York City, Montclaire, NJ.

 

Prayer for the World, A (SATB) - The Cahaba Chorale, Cahaba Valley, Alabama, Dr. Michael Meeks, conductor, November 4, 2007, Temple Emanu-El.

 

Prayer for the World, A (SATB) - The DeKalb Choral Guild, Decatur, Georgia, Bryan F. Black, director of music and conductor, March 24, 2007, Liane Levetan Park at Brook Run, Dunwoody, Georgia.

 

Prayer for the World, A (SATB) - Universalist Church of West Hartford Adult Parish Choir, Cheryl Wadsworth, music director, October 2, 2005, Universalist Church of West Hartford, Connecticut.

 

Prayer for the World, A (SATB) - First Unitarian Universalist Church Choir, Leslie Kleen, music director - April 10, 2005, First Unitarian Universalist Church, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Psalm 23 (SATB divisi) - Wellesley Congregational Church Choir, David Carrier, music director- Sunday Worship Service, February 7, 2004, Wellesley Congregational Church, Wellesley, Massachusetts.

 

Psalm 67 (SATB & organ) - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Community, Matthew S. Sprinkle, director - October 10, 2010, Avondale, Arizona.

 

Psalm 67 (SATB & organ) - St. Paul's Parish Adult Choir, Jennifer Lester, conductor - world premiere performance, March 5, 2000 - St. Paul's Parish, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

Psalm 117 - 2009 Florida Music Educators Association All-State Chorus.

 

Psalm 117 (SATB) - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Community, Matthew S. Sprinkle, director - November 22, 2009, Avondale, Arizona.

 

Psalm 117 (SATB) - 2008 Kentucky Music Educators Association All-State Chorus.

 

Psalm 117 (SATB) - Fourth Presbyterian Church Choir, John W. W. Sherer, director - July 20, 2003, Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Psalm 121 (SATB) - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Community, Matthew S. Sprinkle, director - October 17, 2010, Avondale, Arizona.

 

Psalm 121 (SATB divisi) - Seraphim Singers, Jennifer Lester, conductor - world premiere performance, November 14, 1999 - United Parish Church, Brookline, Massachusetts.

 

Psalm Beyond the Silences, A (SATB & piano) - Ames Chamber Artists, Marin Jacobson, conductor - May 2, 2003, Elim Lutheran Church, Randall, Iowa, May 4, 2003, 15th Anniversary Concert, First Evangelical Free

Church, Ames, Iowa.

 

Psalm Beyond the Silences, A (SATB & piano) - Mansfield Chamber Singers, Kenneth Wells, conductor - December 8, 2001, St. Augustine-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Santa Monica, California. December 15, 2001, Grace Lutheran Church, Culver City, California.

 

That time of year (SATB) - Saint Joseph Valley Camerata, David A. Seitz, music director - official world premiere performance - November 14, 2010, Goshen, IN. Click here to listen to this performance. Click here to view this score as a PDF.

 

Veshameru (SATB & Organ) - Mansfield Chamber Singers, Kenneth Wells, conductor - December 13, 2003, Grace Lutheran Church, Culver City, California.

 

Vocalise (Rachmaninoff/Hoffman, Soprano Solo, SATB divisi) was performed by Schola Cantorum on Hudson, Deborah Simpkin King, conductor, May 17, at The Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC , and on May 18, 5:00 PM at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Montclair NJ.

 

Vocalise (music by Sergei Rachmaninoff [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - Soprano Solo, SATB divisi) - world premiere performance - National Lutheran Choir - May 5-6, 2012, in MN.


Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - "Chorus Magnus," CA (First Presbyterian Church of Mountain View, Bethel Lutheran Church, Peninsula Bible church Cupertino, Valley Church of Cupertino, Valley Presbyterian Church), Howard Lee, director, June 3, 2018.
 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - will be performed again by the Mansfield Chamber Singers, Kenneth Wells, Conductor, for their 40th Anniversary Concert. This piece has become a staple of their repertoire.


Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) - (SATB) - Rosh HaShanah Morning Traditional service 5777 / 2016, at Congregation Beth Torah, Overland Park, KS. Conductor: Carmen Dieker. Singers: Robert Pherigo, Zach Zwibelman, Lezlie Zucker, Liz Willen, Judith Evnen, Tim Intfen, Jim Kaplan, Nina Shik, Emily Tummons. Click here to see a video of this performance.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Koral Istanbul, Gülsen YAVUZKAL, director, Istanbul, Turkey, 2013 repertoire.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - The Augustana Choir, (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), James R. Johnson, conductor, sang my Hebrew prayer during their 2011 Interim concert.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Twin Cities Jewish Chorale, Sara Cowan, artistic director - inaugural concert, June 6, 2010, Sabes Jewish Community Center, Minneapolis, MN.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Redlands Camerata, Jeffrey H. Rickard, director, May 2, 2010, Memorial Chapel, University of Redlands, Redlands, California. Click here to hear this performance.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - he Augustana Choir, (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), James R. Johnson, conductor, in concert Jan. 30, 2010. The first piece in this YouTube clip is my composition; the second piece is Elegy for Dachau by composer Matthew Armstrong.

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Koral Istanbul, Gülsen YAVUZKAL, director, Istanbul, Turkey, 2010 repertoire.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - The Brearley Singers, Stephen Black, music director - performance December 4, 2009, The Brearley School, New York, New York.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Alegria Oda Korosu (Alegria Chamber Choir), M. Inci Tigli, conductor, June 6, 2009, "Two Choirs; Two Cities; Two Concerts Project," Ankara, Turkey.

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - The Rocky Mountain College Choir, Katherine Honaker, director, April 20, 2008, First Presbyterian Church, Billings, Montana.

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Alegria Oda Korosu (Alegria Chamber Choir), M. Inci Tigli, conductor, June 21, 2006, Dünya Müzik Günü, Ankara, Turkey.

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Philharmonic Chorus of Madison (Wisconsin), Dr. Patrick Gorman, conductor - Tudor Holiday Dinner Concerts 2005, Great Hall in the Wisconsin Union.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Acalanes High School Music Department, Bruce C. Lengacher, conductor, December 18, 2003, Performing Arts Center, Acalanes High School, Lafayette, California.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson (May the words of my mouth) (SATB) - Ecco (Piedmont Choirs), Robert Geary, artistic director - Candlelight Concert, December 12, 2003, Old First Church, San Francisco, California.

 

Choral - Male Chorus

 

Haneirot halalu (TTBB) - Golden Gate Men's Chorus, Joseph Piazza, conductor - performed as part of their annual holiday concert in 2021.

Haneirot halalu (TTBB) - Golden Gate Men's Chorus, Joseph Piazza, conductor - performed as part of their annual holiday concert in 2019.
 

Haneirot halalu (TTBB) - University of Minnesota Men's Chorus, Matthew Mehaffey, conductor - official world premiere performance of the TTBB version - December 3, 2010.

 

Psalm 117 (TTBB) - the Men's Glee Club of Ohio State University, Trinity United Methodist Church, Columbus, Ohio, November 18, 2012.

 

Psalm 117 (TTBB) - The Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago - the men of the Morning Choir, John W. W. Sherer, director - July 12, 2009.

 

Psalm 117 (TTBB) - University of Michigan Men's Glee Club, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Paul Rardin, director - 2005-2006 repertoire. Click here and then click on "Listen" on the next page to hear a performance. This recording is used with the kind permission of Paul Rardin.

 

Psalm 117 (TTBB) - Viri Animarum - 2004 Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Charleston, South Carolina. Click here and then click on "Listen" on the next page to hear their performance from the 2004 Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Charleston, South Carolina. This recording is used with the kind permission of Matthew Mehaffey.

 

Psalm Beyond the Silences, A (TTBB & piano) - Richmond Men's Chorus, Timothy Gillham, conductor, Steve Austin, piano - March 16, 2003, First English Evangelical Lutheran Church, Richmond, Virginia.

 

Vocalise (music by Sergei Rachmaninoff [voice & piano], Stanley M. Hoffman, arr. - Soprano or Tenor Solo, TTBB divisi) - world premiere performance - Cantus - May 5 and 6, 2012, in MN. 

 

Choral - Treble Chorus


Clock, The (children's chorus & piano) was included in the 2017-2018 repertoire of The City-Wide Salute to Music Chorus, which is made up of the best 4th-8th grade voices in New York City.

 

Writing of Autumn, The (SA & piano) - the Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas (TX), Cynthia Nott, Artistic Director - October 5, 2014. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

"The Lute" from Three Miniatures (SSAA) - Allegheny College Choirs, Dr. Ward Jamison, music director, December 4, 2005, Shafer Auditorium, Meadville, Pennsylvania.

 

Psalm 117 (SSAA) - Peace College Chamber Singers (Raleigh, NC), James S. Smith, conductor - May 21-June 5, 2007 - European Tour (Spain, France, Italy). Click here to listen to a performance by this group.

 

Psalm 117 (SSAA) - Peace College Chamber Singers (Raleigh, NC), James S. Smith, conductor - May 19-30, 2004 - European Tour (France, Belgium, England). Click here to listen to a performance by this group.

 

Psalm 117 (SSAA) - Peace College Chamber Singers (Raleigh, NC), James S. Smith, conductor - 2003 - Raleigh, NC. Click here to listen to a performance by this group.

There Is a Name (SA chorus & guitar) - Kol Rinah (children's chorus), Audie Bridges, guitar, Charles Osborne, conductor - New England Holocaust Memorial, Boston, Massachusetts- April 27, 2003 - performed at the dedication ceremonies of the Liberator's Monument.

 

There Is a Name (SA chorus & guitar) - Jenny Kowall, Rachel Rosenman, Taylor Webster (children's chorus), William Buonocore, guitar - New England Holocaust Memorial, Boston - world premiere performance, October 22, 1995 - performed before an audience of over 8000 people at the dedication ceremonies of the New England Holocaust Memorial. Click here to listen to

this performance.

Writing of Autumn, The (SA & piano) - New England Conservatory Children's Chorus, Jean Meltaus, conductor - world premiere performance of the treble version, January 27, 2001 - Brown Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston.

 

Vocal

Mi y'maleil (voice & piano) - a soloist from the MIT Women's Choral, Kevin Galiè, director, December 7, 2013, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Cambridge, MA.

 

Of All the Souls that Stand Create (baritone & piano) - Brandeis University contemporary music ensemble (James Osborne, baritone, Andrew Bonner, piano) - Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University - March 21, 1986. Click here to listen to this performance.

Pears (baritone & synthesizer) - Composer's Voice virtual concert - Andrew White - May 14, 2022. Click here to watch to this performance.

 

Psalm Beyond the Silences, A (tenor & piano) - Hal Katzman, tenor, Eric Mazonson, piano - Boston University - Spring 1995 - Holocaust memorial service. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird (mezzo-soprano & string quartet) - Brandeis University contemporary music ensemble (Susan Klebanow, mezzo-soprano, Lisa Crockett, violin, James Cook, violin, Leonard Matczynski, viola, Leslie Svilokos, violoncello, David Hoose, conductor) - Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University - world premiere performance - December 4, 1984. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Yih’yu l’ratson, Veshameru, Mi y’maleil, The Scattered Leaves and Psalm Beyond the Silences, A (recital) - Karen Mercedes, contralto - January 6, 2011, recital hall of Strathmore Hall, Bethesda, MD. This performance was sponsored by The Friday Morning Music Club.

 

Orchestral

Backwards Decade - chamber orchestra - one of 52 six-second works performed by the Vine Orchestra conducted by Michael Mikulka on December 1, 2013. Click here to listen to their performance.

 

The Lord Is My Shepherd (string orchestra) - the strings of The Winchester Orchestra, Henry Mollicone, director - world premiere performance - Dec 12, 2009, West Valley College Theater,

Saratoga, California.

Brass Ensemble

Psalm (By the Rivers of Water) - Bay Colony Brass, Patrick Valentino, Music Director - world premiere performance, May 13, 2018 - Hancock United Church of Christ, Lexington, MA. Click here to listen to this performance.

Wind Ensemble

"Kumee Lach" from Selections From The Song of Songs) - (male voice & wind ensemble) - Metropolitan Wind Symphony, David Martins, conductor - world premiere performance, November 10, 1996 - Tsai Performance Center, Boston University- Stanley M. Hoffman, baritone soloist.

 

Selections From The Song of Songs - (male voice & wind ensemble) - Reading Civic Concert Band, Lucinda Ellert, conductor - world premiere performance, March 11, 2006, Parker Middle School Auditorium, Reading, Massachusetts - Hal Katzman, tenor soloist.

 

Large Chamber Ensemble

Nocturne for Nine Players - doctoral dissertation composition - (flute 1, flute 2/alto flute, oboe/English horn, clarinet/bass clarinet, bassoon, 2 horns, harp, percussion) - University of Missouri-Columbia contemporary music ensemble - April 1, 1995 - New Music Festival.

Nocturne for Nine Players - doctoral dissertation composition - (flute 1, flute 2/alto flute, oboe/English horn, clarinet/bass clarinet, bassoon, 2 horns, harp, percussion) - Brandeis University contemporary music ensemble (Christine Fish [Moulton], flute, Suellen Hershman, flute, Kathy Halvorson, oboe, Katherine Matasy, clarinet, Gregory Newton, bassoon, Robert Marlatt, horn,

Jean Rife, horn, Ruth Emanuel Maffa, harp, Michael Parola, percussion, Adam Grossman, guest conductor) - Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University - world premiere performance, December 6, 1992. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Small Chamber Ensemble

Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes (brass quintet & optional timpani) - Carolina Brass - Easter Service - April 20, 2014, Myers Park Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC.

 

Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes (brass quintet & optional timpani) - Carolina Brass - March 25, 2012 - Live, unedited performance (without timpani) - Click here to listen to it.

 

Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes (brass quintet & optional timpani) - Carolina Brass - Joy of the Season - December 13, 2011, Meymandi Concert Hall, Progress Energy Center, Raleigh, NC.

 

Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes (brass quintet & optional timpani) - Carolina Brass - world premiere performance - April 17, 2010, Brass Fest, Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC.

 

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


Kojo no tsuki Variant (two contrabass flutes) - Peter Sheridan and David Lamont - March 4, 2016, Ostin Music Cente, UCLA.

 

Meditations and Memories (two alto flutes) - Christine Potter and Peter Sheridan - National Flute Association Convention, August, 2012, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Meditations and Memories (two alto flutes) - Peter Sheridan - world premiere performance and subesequent performances in 2010 in Melbourne, Australia.

 

Naomi's Lullaby (bass trombone & piano) - Jonathan Warburton - British Trombone Society - May 19, 2012.

 

Pacific Prelude, A (brass quintet) - Prism Brass Quintet - world premiere performance, February 4, 2001 - Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York. February 10, 2001, Concert Hall, Clarence Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland - dedication ceremonies of the new Concert Hall. Click here to listen to a performance.

 

Poem and Lamentations (violin & piano) - Brandeis University contemporary music ensemble (Judith Eissenberg, violin, David Kopp, piano) - Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University - world premiere performance November 21, 1987. Click here to listen to this performance. (A formal repeat which no longer exist in this piece have been edited out of this recording.)

 

String Quartet (1987) (standard) - Boston Composers String Quartet - Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston - January 29, 1989. Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York City - February 12, 1989. Click here to listen to the Boston performance.

 

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird (mezzo-soprano & string quartet) - Brandeis University contemporary music ensemble (Susan Klebanow, mezzo-soprano, Lisa Crockett, violin, James Cook, violin, Leonard Matczynski, viola, Leslie Svilokos, violoncello, David Hoose, conductor) - Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University - world premiere performance - December 4, 1984. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Trio In One Movement (clarinet, viola, violoncello) - ALEA III contemporary music ensemble, (Diane Heffner, clarinet, Bina Breitner, viola, Mark Simcox, violoncello, Theodore Antoniou, Music Director) - world premiere performance - February 7, 1996, Tsai Performance Center, Boston University. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

Album Leaf for Harp Solo - Jasmin Cowin - Composer's Voice "15 Minutes of Fame" Concert Series - January 13, 2013, Jan Hus Church.

 

Variant on “Battle Cry of Freedom" - wind quintet - world premiere performance - West Point Wind Quintet - Composer's Voice "15 Minutes of Fame" Concert Series - April 29, 2012, Jan Hus Church, New York, NY. Click here to see a movie of this performance.

 

Clarinet Solo

Limericks and Laughter Thereafter - Bruce Curlette, Composer's Voice "15 Minutes of Fame" Concert Series, October 30, 2011, Jan Hus Church, New York City.

 

 

Organ Solo

Crimson Sunset - David Bohn - June 12, 2013 at Faith Lutheran Church, Appleton, Wisconsin.

 

Intermezzo - Carson P. Cooman - May 12, 2004, Memorial Church, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

Variations on "Dank sei dir, Herr" (organ manuals) - Carson P. Cooman, July 6, 2008, The Memorial Church, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

 

Piano Solo

Cycles - Laura Bell, April 17, 1984, Brown Hall, New England Conservatory of Music. Click here to listen to this performance. (This recording is included here for educational historical, [demonstration, non-commercial] purposes only.)

 

Cycles - Laura Bell, April 4, 1984, Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music. Click here to listen to this performance. (This recording is included here for educational historical, [demonstration, non-commercial] purposes only.)

 

Expanses, The - Michael Dewart, May 3, 1981, Seully Hall, The Boston Conservatory. Click here to listen to this performance.

 

"Get me a rag!" "Just a minute..." - Shiau-uen Ding, Composer's Voice "15 Minutes of Fame" Concert Series, February 12, 2012, Jan Hus Church, New York City. Video of performance posted on YouTube, April 20, 2013. Please go to time index 17:46.

 

Variations on "Arirang" - Rachel Cramer, student pianist, debut recital of the New Pieces Project at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri. Click here to listen to this performance. 

Bass Trombone Solo

Bagatelle - August 29, 2010 - the White House at Lake Timucua (Florida) (part of the Lake Timucua Concert Series). Click here to watch and listen to a performance by bass trombonist Jamie Wehr in Flash Video (flv) format. Click here to listen this performance in mp3 format (without video).

 

Violin Solo

"Poem" from Poem and Lamentations - Robert Sorel, October 7, 2012, Ward Virts Concert Series, College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick, Maryland.