This trio will perform Salamon's 2008 “Trio for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano” in an informal concert featuring varied repertoire. The ensemble consists of Demi Stevens, flute; Ken LeGace, clarinet; and Barbara Gruver, piano.
Composer and singer Sean Michael Salamon joins Ping and the Chatham Baroque in a concert series of the music of Monteverdi. Featuring dancers from Attack Theatre and projection by Joe Seamans.
New York-based group The OMNI Ensemble performs a recital of music for flute, clarinet, oboe, and piano-- including Salamon's 2011 piece about New York City, “June Dances.”
David Wechsler, flute, Nancy Ranger, Oboe, Jeff Adler, Clarinet, and Sylvia Kahan, piano.
Flutist and Troy University student Brianna Mendoza will perform Salamon's "Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano" in her final degree recital. Joining her will be Ana Locke, clarinet, and Dr. Hui-Ting Yang, piano.
Soprano Adrienne Lotto will give the world premiere of Salamon's "Words in the Mist: Songs of Alfred Starr Hamilton" at her senior voice recital. Joining Lotto are Carnegie Mellon students Alyssa Wang, violin; Cecilia Orazi, cello; Allyson Edington, clarinet; and Jason Yoder, percussion.
The Flügel Quartet, a Valencian ensemble, will perform Salamon's "June Dances"-- a staple of the ensemble's repertoire-- at the Sixth Annual Alzira Chamber Music Competition in Alzira, Spain. The Flügel Quartet has won several previous regional competitions with "June Dances."
Junior Royal Academy of Music student Octavia Rooks will premiere "In the Event of an Emergency," a short but virtuosic piano piece composed for her. This is a workshop setting with premieres from many Royal Academy composers and a variety of young pianists.
An octet from London ensemble the Blossom Street Singers will premiere Salamon's "Prayer at Winter Solstice," a workshopped choir setting of the eponymous poem of American poet Dana Gioia. The concert is curated by composer and Master of the Queen's Music Judith Weir.
The Open University Orchestra, under the direction of Bill Strang, will perform Salamon's Variations in Memoriam Alan Turing. Open University is just a mile away from Bletchley Park, where Alan Turing worked as a World War II codebreaker. The orchestra gave the world premiere of this work in late 2013.
Soprano Joanna Latini performs Psalm 47 at an end-of-year composers concert at Carnegie Mellon University.
Ping premieres My Heart Is Like a Singing Bird, a new madrigal commissioned by the Carnegie Mellon School of Music to honor the 93rd birthday of alumna and benefactor Virginia Schatz, as part of their madrigal concert.
Mezzo-soprano Maggie Callahan premieres the piece she commissioned, Psalm 47, at her senior voice recital at Moravian College.
Kayleigh Decker, soprano, and Henry Van Engen, trombone, premiere Salamon's Enter Lady Macbeth, a satirical setting of a Shakespeare passage, at Van Engen's trombone recital at Oberlin Conservatory.
The Trinity Cathedral Choir, directed by David Schaap, premieres Salamon's Kyrie at Sunday Mass.