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2019

March 2
Recital with pianist David Kopp, including Bartok's Sonata for 2 pianos and percussion, and Stravinsky's Petrushka, Boston University.

January 29
Performance of fiddler songs (for solo violin) by Alexandra Greffin Klein, University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich, Germany.

2018

November 29
Performance of fiddler songs (for solo violin) by Alexandra Greffin Klein, Spain.

November (TBD)
Performance of fiddler songs (for solo violin) by Alexandra Greffin Klein, Birmingham, England.

October 11
Premiere of fiddler songs (for solo violin) by Alexandra Greffin Klein, Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory.

October 6
Performance of double images, on a program including Bartok's E Minor Violin Sonata, Prokofiev's Five Melodies, and Grazyna Bacewicz's Sonata No. 2 for solo violin, with Katie Wolfe, Center for New Music series, University of Iowa.

September 17
Performance of double images, on a program including Bartok's E Minor Violin Sonata, Prokofiev's Five Melodies, and Grazyna Bacewicz's Sonata for solo violin, with Katie Wolfe, Boston University.

September 16
Performance of double images, on a program including Bartok's E Minor Violin Sonata, Prokofiev's Five Melodies, and Grazyna Bacewicz's Sonata for solo violin, with Katie Wolfe, University of Delaware.

May 2
Performance of selections from Postcards from the 1930's by students of the Time's Arrow Ensemble, Boston University.

April 24
Performance of Hamary's Fleeting Resonances with composer/pianist Andras Hamary, Boston University.

April 23
Premiere of Hamary's Fleeting Resonances, for two pianos, with composer/pianist Andras Hamary, New England Conservatory.

April 18
Broadcast of Postcards from the 1930's on Music of Our Mothers, 88.5 FM, Katie Wolfe, violin, Ketty Nez, piano.

April 15
Performance of 4 visions and Andras Hamary's Suite for 2 pianos and percussion with video, with pianist Anna Arazi and musicians from the University of Iowa Center for New Music.

April 13
Presentation of my music to composers at the University of Iowa.

March 20
Premiere of double images for violin and piano, with violinist Aija Reke, Alea III series, Boston University.

February 24
Performance of sea-changes with violist Jessica Cooper, Boston University.

February 2
Two-piano recital with David Kopp, including Brahms' Haydn Variations, Debussy's En Blanc et Noir, and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite, Boston University.

January 26
Premiere of 4 visions for 2 pianos and 2 percussionists, on a concert including Andras Hamary's Suite for 2 pianos and percussion with video, with pianist Anna Arazi and percussionists Michael Zell and David Tarantino, Boston University.

2017

December 14
Premiere of Zell's arrangement of Bach's Concerto for Oboe and Violin BWV1060, for marimba, oboe and continuo, with oboist Catherine Weinfield and percussionist Michael Zell, Boston University.

April 18
Premiere of the moon returns in a concert of new music by Boston University composers and contemporary Hungarian composers, with composer/flutist Gergely Ittzes, Boston University.

February 25
Premiere of Your Daily Life... by Igor Iwanek and performance of in transit with violinist Klaudia Szlachta in a chamber concert including composer/pianist Thomas Weaver, Boston University.

February 16
Premiere of four scenes for Juliet by the Boston University Wind Ensemble, directed by David Martins.

February 11
Performance with Ball State faculty violist Katrin Meidell, including the premiere of Superviola 3.0 by Ball State faculty composer Amelia Kaplan, and sea-changes, Boston University.

February 2
Performance of in transit with violinist Klaudia Szlachta, at the Florida State University Festival of New Music in Tallahassee.

January 20
Performance of transit out by Brandeis faculty violist Mark Berger and pianist Yoko Hagino, Brandeis University.

January 14
Performance with Ball State faculty violist Katrin Meidell, including the premiere of Superviola 3.0 by Ball State faculty composer Amelia Kaplan, and sea-changes, Ball State University.

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