January 6, 2007 8pm
Concert of works by Chinese composers, featuring Snow in June by Tan Dun
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall
Boston, MA
presented by the Foundation for Chinese Performance Arts

February 15 and 17 at 8pm and February 16 at 1:30pm
World premiere of Charles Wuorinen’s Eighth Symphony
with the Boston Symphony, James Levine conducting
Symphony Hall, Boston

March 6, 2007 – POSTPONED to October
Solo recital
Taplin Hall
Princeton University
featuring works by Princeton graduate and doctoral composers: Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, Betsey Biggs, Andrew M. Lee, and guest composer Marcos Balter

March 16, 2007, 7:30pm
Concert of Works by Nico Muhly
Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall
performing Pillaging Music for piano, percussion, and electronics (sound design by Valgeir Sigurosson)

May 6, 2007, 5pm
Solo recital
Seully Hall at Boston Conservatory
Boston, MA
Boston Conservatory’s Faculty Recital Series
featuring works by Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, Betsey Biggs, Andrew M. Lee, and Marcos Balter.

June 13, 15, 16, 2007 at 8pm
Concerts with the Amici New York Chamber Orchestra
as part of the OK Mozart Festival, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

July 3, 2007 at 7pm
Solo recital
Trinity Church
88 Walker Street
Lenox, MA
featuring works by Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, Marcos Balter, Michael Early, and Nico Muhly.

September 29, 2007, 8pm
Southern Theater, Minneapolis
October 5, 2007, 8pm
Good-Shepherd Faith Church, New York
Amsterdam Avenue and West 66th Street

Wordless Music Series
Concerts of the Music of Nico Muhly and Valgeir Sigurosson

Wednesday, October 10, 2007 at 8pm
Solo recital
Taplin Hall
Princeton University
featuring works by Princeton graduate and doctoral composers: Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, Betsey Biggs, Andrew M. Lee, and Michael Early

Thursday, October 18, 2007 at 8pm
Manhattan Sinfonietta
Miller Theater at Columbia University
featuring Wolfgang Rihm’s Jagden und Formen

November 1, 8pm
November 2, 1:30pm
November 3, 8pm
Boston Symphony
featuring Brett Dean’s violin concerto, The Lost Art of Letter Writing

Saturday, December 1, 2007 at 8pm
White Rabbit, Harvard Group For New Music’s ensemble in residence
concert of works by Harvard student and faculty composers, featuring Elliott Gyger’s Polishing Firewood

Saturday, December 8, 2007 at 8pm
White Rabbit and Yesaroun’ at the Geothe Institute
Concert of works by Karola Obermueller, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Anton Webern


January 11-13, 2006
WMFP Residency I
Judd Greenstein

January 30, 2006, 8pm
Collage New Music
David Hoose, director
Pickman Hall at Longy School of Music
featuring works by David Rakowski, Peter Child, Marti Epstein and Gunther Schuller

February 18, 2006, 1-3pm
Percussion Masterclass for Boston Conservatory
featuring It’s About Time by Nico Muhly and Dosillos y Humeros by Ryan Streber.

April 2, 2006 8:30pm
A Celebration of Milton Babbitt
Second Instrumental Unit
Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC
featuring works by Babbitt, Carter, and Wuorinen

April 4, 2006 7pm
BMOP Club Concert
Moonshine Room

Georges Aperghis, Le Corps a Corps
Pierre Boulez, Anthemes
John Cage, Composed Improvisation for Snare Drum
Zoltan Kodaly, Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7

with Gabriela Diaz, violin, Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello
Directions, tickets, more info…

April 22, 2006 8pm
White Rabbit, Eric Hewitt, cond.
Paine Hall at Harvard University
presented by Harvard Group for New Music

May 12 and 13, 2006 8pm
Concert of electroacoustic music by Harvard composers
featuring HYDRA, Harvard’s 32-speaker diffusion system
location TBA
presented by Harvard Group for New Music

June 12-17, 2006
Timpanist with Amici New York chamber orchestra 
OKMozart Festival, Bartlesville, OK

July 20, 2006, 8pm
Line C3 percussion group
Room 309 at Juilliard
presented by the Juilliard Summer Percussion Seminar
featuring works by Nico Muhly, Ryan Streber, Carl Schimmel, David T. Little, Maki Ishii, and John Luther Adams.

October 16, 2006 11am
Talk/Demo for composers of Princeton University

November 11, 2006 8pm
White Rabbit, Eric Hewitt, cond.
Paine Hall at Harvard University
Music by Harvard Composers
presented by Harvard Group for New Music

November 19, 2006 8pm
White Rabbit, Eric Hewitt, cond.
Seully Hall at Boston Conservatory
part of Boston Conservatory’s New Music Festival
works by Milton Babbitt (All Set), Charles Wuorinen (New York Notes), Anton Webern, and Igor Stravinsky

December 13 and 18, 2006 10am
Open rehearsals and performance for Thomas Kelly’s “First Nights” class
Sanders Theater at Harvard University
featuring the premiere of Four Dreams by Dmitri Tymoczko
with Michael Norsworthy, clarinet and Christopher Guzman, piano


February, 18, 2005, 8pm
Greenwich House
New York, NY
works by composers of Columbia University

February, 26, 2005, 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Tenri Cultural Institute
43A West 13th Street

works by Robert Hasegawa, Nico Muhly, and John Coltrane
also featuring NOW Ensemble playing the music of Judd Greenstein

March 5th, 2005 8pm
March 8th, 2005 8pm
Princeton University
peforming Dmitri Tymoczko’s The Agony of Modern Music for percussion, keyboards and chorus

April, 5 2005 12:30-2
class for composers of Boston University

April, 6 2005 5-7
class for composers of Boston Conservatory

May, 6 2005 8pm
Midway Studios Theater
15 Channel Center St.
Boston MA
featuring Le Léthé by Tolga Yayalar for solo percussion and HYDRA, a 24 channel diffusion speaker system

also featuring works for HYDRA by Ashley Fure, Hillary Zipper, and Chris Honett
presented by the Harvard Univserity Studio for Electroacoustic Composition

May 15, 2005 8pm
PRISM concert series
Central Synagogue, NYC
Judith Clurman, director
new work for chorus, string quartet, organ and percussion by Nico Muhly

May 27, 2005, 8pm
LineC3 percussion group
Tenri Cultural Institute
43A West 13th Street
works by Nico Muhly, Carl Schimmel, Thierry de May, and Steve Reich

June 12-19, 2005
OK Mozart Festival, Bartlesville Oklahoma

June 27th-July 1, 2005
on faculty at the Berklee World Percussion Festival

June 28, 2005,
Multipercussion masterclass at the Berklee World Percussion Festival
featuring It’s About Time by Nico Muhly

Wednesday, June 29, 2005 7pm
David Friend Hall, Berklee College of Music
Berklee World Percussion Festival faculty recital
with the Yesaroun’ Duo

Ryan Streber – Compassinges
John Coltrane – Venus
Tolga Yayalar – Lé Lethé
Ken Ueno – WATT

July-August 2005
on faculty at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute

July 31, 2005
performing George Benjamin’s At First Light
Marlboro Music Festival

Tuesday, August 10, 2005 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Armed Forces School of Music
Virginia Beach, VA

John Coltrane
Nico Muhly
Crom-tech/Jefferson Friedman
Robert Hasegawa
Ken Ueno

It’s About Time
Three Songs
Ajax is all about attack

This concert follows a day of masterclasses and clinics for the Academy students. On Wednesday the 11th at 8pm, Eric will conduct the student and faculty Wind Ensemble in a concert of works by Dmitri Shostakovich, Edgar Varèse, Paul Hindemith, Richard Strauss, and Percy Grainger.

Sunday, November 6, 2005 4pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Seully Hall, Boston Conservatory
8 The Fenway
Boston, MA
FREE concert
Boston Conservatory faculty recital featuring marimbist Nancy Zeltsman

Luciano Berio
Karlheinz Stockhausen
Lei Liang
Nico Muhly
Ryan Streber
Iannis Xenakis

Sequenza VIIb
Parts for a Floating Space
Time After Time
DOSILLOS y humeros (world premiere)

Monday, November 7, 2005 7:30pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Music Mondays Series
Advent Lutherin Church
2504 Broadway (NE corner of 93rd St.)
New York, NY
Free or suggested donation

Lei Liang
Karlheinz Stockhausen
Ryan Streber
John Cage
Iannis Xenakis

Parts for a Floating Space
DOSILLOS y humeros

Tuesday, November 15, 2005 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Seully Hall, Boston Conservatory
8 The Fenway
Boston, MA
FREE concert
performing Iannis Xenakis’ Dmaathen as part of Boston Conservatory’s New Music Festival directed by Andy Vores.



May 11, 2004 7pm
LineC3 percussion group
Wako-City, Japan
performing works by Nico Muhly, Lukas Ligeti, Gyorgy Ligeti, David Cossin, Ryan Streber, and John Cage.

May 29, 2004
Yesaroun’ Duo
American Academy in Rome
performing works by Jefferson Friedman

July 2004
percussion faculty at the Boston University Tanglewood Institue

July 16, 2004
Yesaroun’ Duo
Class/reading for composition students of the
Boston University Tanglewood Institute

July 24-26 2004
associate faculty at the Zeltsman Marimba Festival

July 26, 2004 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
premiere of Feels So OK by Shawn Michalek
with marimbist Yuko Yoshikawa
as part of the Zeltsman Marimba Festival

September 2, 2004, 12:30pm
LineC3 percussion group
Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue
Outdoor concert, free and open to general public

September 20, 2004, 7pm
LineC3 percussion group
Baruch College
New York City
featuring works by Thierry de May, John Cage

September 24, 2004, 11pm
The Cutting Room
19 West 24th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue
performing Adam Silverman’s Star, Cars, Bars for marimbist/speaker

October 3, 2004, 8pm
Princeton University’s Taplin Hall
performing Unbekannt, a new musical based on the life of Anna Anderson. Music by Brooke Joyce.

November 1-5, 8-12, 2004, 10am and 11:30am
Kaplan Space in Carnegie Hall
November 7, 2004, 1pm
Zankel Hall
concert for CarnegieKIDS with the Fountain Chamber Music Society

December 8, 2004, 4-6pm
class for composers of New England Conservatory

December 11, 2004, 1pm
performing the world premiere of It’s About Time for solo percussion by Nico Muhly
concert of works by composers from Columbia University

December 13, 2004, 8pm
Speculum Musicae
Merkin Concert Hall
performing A Journey Beyond Time (Songs of Dispair and Hope) for four percussionists, piano, and singer by George Crumb



Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 1pm
Alice Tully Hall
Lincoln Center, NYC
Juilliard Composers/Choreographers Concert
performing a new work of Nico Muhly, choreography by Rachel Tess
free concert

Tuesday, January 27, 2003, 8pm
Juilliard Theater
Lincoln Center, NYC
Red Arc/Blue Veil by John Luther Adams with pianist Rami Khalife
as part of the FOCUS! festival
free concert

Friday, February 7, 2003, 1pm
Trinity Lutheran Church
New Haven, CT
chamber works by Adam Silverman
free concert

Friday, March 7, 2003, 8pm
Sunday, March 9, 2003, 5pm
Alice Tully Hall, NYC
with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
performing works by George Crumb and Leonard Bernstein
additional works by John Cage, John Taverner, Leon Kirshner and Chen Yi

Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
Princeton University’s Taplin Hall
concert of world premieres of works by Princeton student and faculty composers

Stefan Weisman – TOE (Theory of Everything)
Barbara White – Vessel
Miriama Young – Snapdragon
Brooke Joyce – Magic 8 Ball
James Randall – Shouldn’t We Talk?

Friday, April 4, 2003, 8pm
Clark Studio Theater, Lincoln Center, NYC
performing the world premiere of Compassinges for percussion and electronics by Ryan Streber

Monday, April 21, 2003 at 8pm
solo graduation recital: music for percussion and interactive electronics
Room 309 at the Juilliard School
65th and Broadway, NYC
free, no tickets required

Ryan Streber – Compassinges
Joseph Pereria – Colored Shadows
Steven Everett – Quiet Silence
John Cage – 27′ 10.554″ for a percussionist

Tuesday, April 22, 2003 at 8pm
Alice Tully Hall
performing Tongues by Sam Sheppard and Joseph Chaikin for actor and percussionist
as part of the Juilliard Percussion Ensemble
free concert

June 13-21, 2003
performing with Solisti New York as part of the OKMozart Festival

August 1, 8pm, 2003
introducing the
Line C3 percussion group
Paul Hall, Juilliard
at Lincoln Center
65th Street and Broadway
works by Lukas Ligeti and Steve Reich

November 6, 2003 8pm
Yesaroun’ Duo
at Temple Ohabei Shalom
1187 Beacon Street between Kent and Marshall Streets
at the Kent Street stop on the green line
Brookline, MA
(617) 277 6610
Click here for directions
$15/ $10 for students and seniors

featuring new works by Curtis Hughes and Nico Muhly
with special guest performer, marimbist Nancy Zeltsman

Curtis Hughes – Two-Faced (world premiere)
Sofia Gubaidulina – Duo Sonata
Ryan Streber – Compassinges
Nico Muhly – Time after Time (world premiere)
Karlheinz Stockhausen – Saxophon
Iannis Xenakis – Dmaathan