Current Events: 2020
May 19-21: Danny Rowland will perform From a Blue Bird’s Window at the 2020 South-Central Regional Tuba and Euphonium Conference (SCRTEC) hosted by Okhlahoma State University.
May 14-16: Danny Rowland will perform From a Blue Bird’s Window and the Four Horsemen Tuba-Euphonium Quartet will premiere an as-of-yet titled quartet at the 202 Midwestern Regional Tuba and Euphonium Conference (MWRTEC) hosted by The University of Kentucky.
April 2-4: The Winnfield Quartet will perform Five Scenes in Mobile Form and Under a Gibbous Moon at the 2020 Southeastern Regional Tuba and Euphonium Conference (SERTEC) hosted by Kennesaw State University.
March 26-28: IMPACT for snare drum and percussion trio will be performed at the Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference hosted by UT Arlington.
February 20: UNCG Faculty Composer Concert
January 30 and 31: Love Notes from the Skeletons in my Closet will be performed at the Greensboro Fringe Festival. Details soon!
November 23: Colton Morris will premiere The Binding of Fenrir for solo snare drum from The Unordered Suite for solo percussionist on his Doctoral recital at George Mason University. Event page here
November 23: Reprise performance of Love Notes from Skeletons in my Closet. 7:30 pm Greensboro Project Space, sliding scale donation
event page here
November 17: The Constantinides New Music Ensemble at LSU will perform Flash Points for trumpet and flugelhorn
November 16: The Winnfield Quartet performs at Winthrop University
November 10: A video The Viquez-Wadley duo’s performance of Hemingway was a bomb maker.
October 16: The score for Songs of Love and Immolation is now available!
October 1: The Viquez-Wadley Duo will perform Hemingway was a bomb maker. for bass clarinet and drum set on a University of South Dakota Faculty recital.
September 27 – 28: The Winnfield Quartet will makes its debut and perform Five Scenes in Mobile Form at the West Fork New Music Festival hosted by Fairmont State University. Breach, Breach, Breach for live narration and fixed media has also been selected for performance.
September 24 – 29: Tubist Dr. Daniel Rowland is touring the Southeast U.S. with a recital program featuring newly commissioned works, including, From a Blue Bird’s Window.
September 29: Georgia Southern University-Armstrong
September 28: Florida State University
September 27: Auburn University
September 26: Valdosta State University
September 24: Kennesaw State University
September 15: Darin Wadley’s performance in Sioux City will include, As the Hostas Return, from the unordered suite for solo percussionist.
September 7: Hemingway was a Bomb Maker for bass clarinet and drum set and the new Unordered Suite for solo percussionist have been selected for performance on the Great Plains New Music Festival hosted by the University of South Dakota.
September 6: Guest lectures and master class at The University of South Dakota
August 30 and 31: Love Notes from the Skeleton in my Closet
7:00 pm, Greenhill Gallery downtown Greensboro, NC
Dylan Reddish and Nicole Lawson, choreography and dance
Erik Schmidt and Steve Landis, music
July 21: Premiere of The Blacktop Truth Through Samarcand for Guitar Orchestra commissioned by the Eastern Music Festival and Guilford College.
New live video of BOOM!!! …for Real!, from the 2019 U.S. Navy Band Sax Symposium featuring Steven Stusek as the saxophone soloist.
New video of Invocation, from the Unordered Suite for solo percussionist. Performance and video by Dr. Brett William Dietz.
June 6-8: Three works are scheduled for performance at the 2019 New Music on the Bayou Festival, including the premiere of Cypress Knee Fulcrum, a site-specific work for the Black Bayou Wildlife Refuge. This work was commissioned by the festival for 2019.
March-April: Tubist Danny Rowland will be on the road performing his newly commissioned work, From a Blue Bird’s Window.
Dr. Andy Smith posted a video of his performance of Three Scats, for solo tuba while at the AETYB in Madrid!
February 22: Lithographs (series of four) for fixed media and projected images (Lithograph images by Stephen Skorski) was performed on the UNCG Faculty Composer’s Concert
January 11: Dr. Steven Stusek will perform BOOM!!! …for Real! at the U.S. Navy Band Saxophone Symposium, hosted by George Mason University. 3pm, Harris Theatre.