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Selected Videos

Streamed live on May 14, 2022 - 

Pears (baritone, synthesizer)

Composer's Voice - Collaboration and Accompaniment - Andrew White, baritone 

music: time index 37:00 - 

Composer interview before that - discussions with composers at the close of the video

Streamed live on Nov 20, 2021.

Morning in Boston (saxophone solo)

Vox Novus: Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame featuring Drew Hosler - second set - 

music: time index 8:30 - 

composer interview: time index 14:00.

Published on December 31, 2018.
Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB) - Voices Chapel Hill, Stephen Futrell, artistic director and conductor -

December, 2018.

Published on November 11, 2018.
Dr. Hoffman's recent musical composition titled The Gale for mixed chorus and piano or chamber orchestra received its

world premiere performance with piano accompaniment this year. It is a setting of a text by Abraham ("Abramek") Koplowicz, a talented young boy who died in the Holocaust. The performance was be given by the choir "From Age to Age," Peter J. Durow, Conductor. The concert took place on on November 1, 2018, at Open World Learning Community in St. Paul, MN. A second performance was given by them on November 11, 2018, at Easter Lutheran Church in Eagan, MN. They also recorded the piece in 2019. The sheet music is published by ECS Publishing Group, Here is a Facebook link to this performance; the video is of their entire concert; the music for The Gale begins at time index 28:00. You have to be logged into Facebook to watch the video.

Published on March 2, 2016.
Video of performance - Yih'yu l'ratson - (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.

Published on March 2, 2016.Fanfare, Tango and Fughetta on Hebrew Themes performed by the Organum Brass Quintet, Granada, Spain.

Video of performance - The Monkey - clarinet, violin, piano - the Zodiac Trio (Kliment Krylovskiy-clarinet, Vanessa Mollard-violin-Riko Higuma-piano) - November 15, 2013 - Yantai Grand Theater, China (performance below at time index 6:53) at the Yantai Grand Theater in Yantai, China . The World Premiere of "Zodiac: Across the Universe" as part of a 10-concert China Tour. "Zodiac: Across the Universe" is a special project the brings together 12 composers, each contributing a one-minute movement. The composers were selected from a pool of close to a hundred submissions, following a call for score by the Zodiac Trio. The winning compositions were then brought together to form a 12-movement work that was premiered in China in November, 2013, and performed as part of the Zodiac Trio's touring program. "ZODIAC: ACROSS THE UNIVERSE"

I. Ben Newhouse: Cancer « the Crab » -- CANCER
II. Bojan Glavina: Leo/the Lion -- LEO
III. James Romig: Zodiac Structures -- VIRGO
IV. Noel Fortman: Zodiac-Across the Universe-- LIBRA
V. John McDonald: Hillside Humoresque-- SCORPIO
VI. Alan Ishii: Scorpio -- SAGITARIUS
VII. Stanley M.Hoffman: The Monkey -- CAPRICORN
VIII. Luke Flynn: Snakebite -- AQUARIUS
IX. Gaetano Nenna: One for Zodiac Trio -- PISCES
X. Francine Trester: Fire Sign -- ARIES
XI. Martin Loridan: Sous le signe du Zodiac -- TAURUS
XII. Jerzy Fryderyk Wojciechowski: Gemini -- GEMINI

Video of performance - Get me a rag!" "Just a minute...  - (piano solo) - Shiau-uen Ding, pianist, posted on YouTube, April 20, 2013. Please go to time index 17:46.

Variant on “Battle Cry of Freedom" for wind quintet was performed by the West Point Wind Quintet, along with fourteen other chosen titles, as part of the Composer's Voice "15 Minutes of Fame" Concert Series on April 14, 2013, in West Point Jewish Chapel. A link to this performance appears below. The performance occurs at the following time index: 9:03-9:47.

Crimson Sunset - (organ solo) - Carson P. Cooman, organist, posted on YouTube, March 16, 2013.

Intermezzo - (organ solo) - Carson P. Cooman, organist, posted on YouTube, December 15, 2012.

Video of performance - Yih'yu l'ratson - (SATB) - Alegria Oda Korosu (Alegria Chamber Choir), Turkey, M. Inci Tigli, conductor, posted on YouTube, May 25, 2012.

Video of performance - May the words of my mouth - (SATB) - The 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.

Performed on Oct 30, 2021 - published on Sep 28, 2014 - 

Limericks and Laughter Thereafter (clarinet solo)

Vox Novus: Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame featuring Bruce Curlette - 

music: time index 18:13.

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