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Concerts 2006


January 8, 2005   REFLECTIONS for soprano saxophone   Congreso Internacional de Clarinete y Saxofon
International Congress of Clarinets and Saxophones
Centro Internacional
Acapulco, Mexico

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January 15, 2005   WINTER SOLACE   Alan Durst, Alto Saxophone, Accompanist TBA
Clarinet/Saxophone Festival Recital
Fresno State
Fresno, CA

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February 3-6, 10-13, 17-20, 2005   FINDING CLAIRE Original Music   Theater for the New City
155 1st Avenue between 9th and 10th Avenues
New York, NY

Opens on Feb 3 and closes Feb. 20 The performance schedule is Thursday-Sat nights at 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm, only 12 performances. The box office for reservations is 212 254-1109 or at Theatremania.com. Tickets are $10.

Friday, February 4, 2005 at 8:00   REFLECTIONS for Violin and Piano   Linnea Eades, violin, Eunee Yee, piano
Rolling Hills United Methodist Church
Crenshaw Blvd & Palos Verdes Drive North
Palos Verdes, CA

Program will include music by Ralph Kessler and Deon Nielsen Price

Saturday, February 5, 2005 at 7:30 pm   CIRDADIA   Kimberly Buchar, bassoon
Rachel Jensen, piano
Smith Memorial Room
Smith Hall, University of Illinois
Urbana, IL

Saturday, February 12, 2005   BOUNDARIES for String Orchestra   Michael T. Jamanis, Conductor
Lancaster, PA
More information TBA

Thursday, March 3, 2005   SAM'S DANCE for Woodwind Quintet

  Calico Winds
Women's Festival, Clemson University
Clemson, South Carolina

Thursday, March 10, 2005 at 11:00 am

  WORKS OF ADRIENNE ALBERT   With a number of my favorite musicians performing including Susan Greenberg, flutist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, bassoonist Judith Farmer, with the Los Angeles Opera (she will be returning from an overseas tour with the LA Philharmonic the day before!), Delores Stevens, pianist, co-founder of Chamber Music Palisades, tenor Dr. Darryl Taylor, faculty of University of California, Irvine, The Price Duo, Deon Price, piano and Berkeley Price, clarinet. A new work of mine, REVERIE, will be performed by Carol Gee, piano, Nathan Frankel, violin, and Caroline Bordinaro, cello.

For further information, please call 310-230-1660


Sunday, April 3, 2005 at 3:00 pm   LET LOVE NOT FAIL

  Elissa Johnston, soprano; Susan Greenberg, flute, Delores Stevens, piano, Michael Grego, clarinet
This quartet will perform a program that includes the works of Handel, Ravel, Poulenc, Schubert, Bizet, Copland, and Muczynski.
Dabney Lounge
Los Angeles, CA
FREE; no tickets or reservations required

Monday, April 11, 2005 at 1 pm   WINDSWEPT   The Price Duo, Deon Nielsen Price, piano, Berkeley Price, clarinet
Culver City Senior Citizen Center
Culver City, CA

Sunday, April 24 at 3.pm.   Chamber Works of Adrienne Albert
Sponsored by Mu Phi Epsilon, Palos Verdes Alumni chapter

  Performers will include Tamara Chadima, flute, Trevor Berens, piano, Eunee Yee, piano, Gail Mellert, violin, Jessica Tunick, soprano. It will be held at the home of Pat Arand in Rancho Palos Verdes. For more information, please contact Tamara Chadima at (310) 351-3788.

Program will include:
for String Quintet
for Piano Trio
for flute and bassoon
for violin and piano
for flute, bassoon and piano
for flute and piano
for flute, bassoon and piano
for violn, cello, piano
for bassoonn, piano
for soprano/piano
soprano/violn,flute, piano

Tuesday, April 26, 2005 at 1:00 PM   WINDSWEPT for Clarinet and Piano   With the intent of encouraging the enjoyment of classical music in Culver City, Deon Price solicited Culver City businesses and non-profit organizations to co-sponsor two free concerts at the lovely new Culver City Senior Center in April. The second will be April 26, at 1 o'clock and will feature The PRICE DUO (Berkeley and Deon) with Tamara Chadima, flute. They will play music by Gershwin, Jeannie Pool, Adrienne Albert, and Deon Price. The Senior Center is at 4095 Overland Ave. corner of Culver Blvd. across from Sony Studios.

May 5, 2005   MAZEL TOV   Women's Chorus, Clarinet and Piano
Judy Cronoff, Director
University of Judaism
Los Angeles, CA

Friday, May 6, 2005 at 7:30 pm with Q&A at 7:00pm   WINTER SOLACE for Alto Saxophone and Piano
BOUNDARIES for String Quintet
MIRROR IMAGE for Clarinet Quartet
SAM'S DANCE for Woodwind Quintet

  Lifting The Veil IV
Capistrano Hall,
Cal State Sacramento
Featured Composers
Adrienne Albert and Lynn Job
Performers will include the CSUS Clarinet Ensemble, Keith Bohm, saxophone

Friday, May 6, 2005 at 8:00pm   MIRROR IMAGE for Clarinet Quartet   Patricia Wassum, Clarinet, other performers TBA
California State University Sacramento
Lifting The Veil IV
Sacramento, CA

Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 11 AM   REFLECTIONS for Violin and Piano   Linnea Eades, Violin, Piano TBA
Hollywood Uniterian Church
Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, June 7, 2005 at 8:00 pm   DOPPLER EFFECT   The Debussy Trio
Marcia Dickstein, Harp, Angela Wiegand, Flute, David Walther, Viola
(Postponed umtil October 28, 2005)

Sunday, June 26, 2005 at 3PM   COURAGE   The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra
Ivan Shulman, Conductor
West Valley Community Center
Thousand Oaks, CA

Sunday, June 26, 2005 at 4 PM   BOUNDARIES FOR STRING ORCHESTRA   CLW CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, Joel Lish, Conductor.
Program to include music by J.S. Bach, Ronald Royer, Philip McConnell, Deon Nielsen Price, and Jeannie Pool.
Pre-concert panel discussion with the composers at 3 pm.

July 3, 2005   COURAGE   Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra
Ivan Shulman, Conductor
Scripps House
Pomona, CA

July 4, 2005 at 3:00 PM   COURAGE   Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra
Ivan Shulman, Conductor
Roxbury Park
Beverly Hills, CA

Sunday, July 10, 2005 at 2:30 pm   SAM'S DANCE for Woodwind Quintet   London Chamber Group
Venue - The George Inn
Borough High Street, London SE1
England UK
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August, 2005   REFLECTIONS for Soprano Saxophone and Piano   Caryn Rasumussen, Soprano Saxophone
Idylwild, CA

August 2005 Date TBA   NIGHTFALL   Armen Ksajikian, Cello

Saturday, September 17th at 5:15 PM   COURAGE   New Britain Symphony Orchestra
Robert Wendel, Conductor
Pops Concert in Walnut Hill Park
New Britain CT
The Concert will cap a day of exhibits in arts & crafts by the Art Museum.

The program will also include works by composers Sean O'Boyle of Australia, Percy Grainger, as well as original compositions and arrangements of familiar songs by Robert Wendel.

[Inside rain location is a few blocks away at the New Britain High School.]

Thursday, October 6, 2005 at 11:00 AM   THE SUN HAS BURST THE SKY
  Two songs for Soprano and Piano with lyrics by Jenny Joseph
Susan Dietz, Soprano, Yasmine Fleming, Piano
The program will also include performances of other vocal works including Sequenza III by Luciano Berio for unaccompanied voice performed by mezzo-soprano, Kimball Wheeler

For more information, please call: (310) 239-1660
Sunday, October 9, 2005
2.30 to 5.30pm

  SAM'S DANCE   London Chamber Group
SAM'S DANCE is a finalist for the Piece of the Year Competition!

- Nimrod Borenstein - Adagio
- Adrienne Albert - Sam's Dance
- Tim Rumsey - Five Sketches
- Announcement of the Wind Quintet of the Year

Venue - The George Inn
Borough High Street, London SE1
An historic coaching Inn in one of the alleys off Borough High Street - a few yards from the nearest exit from London Bridge Tube station.

For more information, please visit:
Sunday, October 23, 2005 ar 6:00pm   LET LOVE NOT FAIL for Soprano, Violin, and piano
  For, By, and About Women Lynda Sue Marks-Guarnieri, Soprano, Frank Basile, Piano St. Bede's Episcopal Church 3590 Grandview Los Angeles, Ca. 90066-1904 (in the area of Mar Vista between Charnock Rd. & Palms Rd.) The recital will also include a Hildegard opener, Four Marian Antiphons by Daniel Pinkham, a Song cycle by Frank Basile (music director at St. Bede's), "How Do I Love Thee" by Lippe, two pieces by Jake Heggie, "To All Women Everywhere" by Deon Nielsen Price, Vocalise by Messiaen.

Friends of Music Concert Series requests $10 Donation at the door.

Friday, October 28, 8:00 pm   DOPPLER EFFECT for flute, viola and harp
  The Debussy Trio Marcia Dickstein, harp; Angela Weigand, flute; David Walther, viola Loyola Marymount College, Murphy Recital Hall, Los Angeles, CA

In conjunction with The National Association of Composers USA, the world renowned Debussy Trio will be performing works of NACUSA/Los Angeles composers Adrienne Albert, Reena Esmail. David Lefkowitz, Duane Tatro, David Walther, and Carol Worthey.

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Directions to the LMU Campus can be found at the following link:

Once you get to the kiosk, you should ask directions to parking for Murphy Recital Hall. I'm told that the best parking lot to use is the Hannon Lot, but apparently it's a confusing walk from there to the recital hall, so the parking attendants may give you different directions.

Once again, the campus map can be found at the following link:

Sunday, October 30, 8:00 pm   DOPPLER EFFECT for flute, viola and harp   DOPPLER EFFECT The Debussy Trio Marcia Dickstein, harp; Angela Weigand, flute; David Walther, viola Cal State Long Beach, Gerald Daniel Recital Hall, Long Beach, CA

The October 28, 2005 concert will be repeated at this performance.

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Thursday, November 10, 2005 at 8:00 PM   FANTASIA for Clarinet and Piano   Festival of New American Music
Patricia Wassum, Clarinet, Kathleen Poe, Piano
Festival Ensemble Concert, CSUS
Capistrano Hall, Music Recital Hall

Other composers featured on the program include Howard Hersh, Steve Reich, Art Kreiger, and Steve Blumberg who is on faculty at CSUS. FeNAM - CSUS Festival Ensemble will perform in the Music Recital Hall.
The performance is free.

Fore more information, please visit: www.csus.edu/music/concerts.shtml

Thursday, November 10, 2005   WINTER SOLACE for alto saxophone and piano   The Festival of American Music - 7th edition
Doug Masek, alto saxophone Rita Borden, piano
The Recital, Music Academy "Gh. Dima"
Cluj Napoca, Romania

The incomparable saxophonist, Doug Masek will be performing in recital a program that will include works by Astor Piazzolla, Liviu Marinescu, Phil Woods, Stephen Sondheim, Paul Chihara, Victor Morosco, Ryo Nada, Jean Matitia, and David Raksin. On November 11, Doug will also be the guest soloist with the State Orchestra Transilvania, Rachel Worby conducting.

Anyone in the neighborhood of Romania is welcome to stop by and say hello to Doug.

Fore more information, please visit: http://www.cluj4all.com/eveniment/festivalul-de-muzica-americana-2005,27/

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