© 2019 by Peter Ferry

2019-20 Calendar

Season highlights include concerto appearances with choral ensembles, a solo debut live on New York City's classical radio station WQXR, touring multimedia work across the US and abroad (Scotland, Chile, and Canada), performances with contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound, and leading international performances of Flowerpot Book by Elliot Cole as Artistic Director of the project for Make Music Day 2020.

McEwan Hall - Edinburgh International Fringe Festival

July 31-August 26 - Edinburgh, Scotland
A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

The Bell Ringers - Millennium Park

September 9 - Chicago, IL

The world premiere of The Bell Ringers by composer Danny Clay alongside Third Coast Percussion. This evening-length work takes place on Millennium Park's Pritzker Lawn, allowing the audience to move freely throughout the space. 

Richardson Auditorium - Princeton University

September 17 - Princeton, NJ

Donnacha Dennehy's The Hunger with contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound, musically telling the story of the Great Irish Famine alongside When Fire Comes to Finish by electronica artist Eartheater.

Merkin Concert Hall - Kauffman Music Center

September 19 - New York, NY

Donnacha Dennehy's The Hunger with contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound, musically telling the story of the Great Irish Famine alongside When Fire Comes to Finish by electronica artist Eartheater.

Jordan Hall - New England Conservatory

September 20 - Boston, MA

Donnacha Dennehy's The Hunger with contemporary music ensemble Alarm Will Sound, musically telling the story of the Great Irish Famine alongside When Fire Comes to Finish by electronica artist Eartheater. This performance in partnership with Oxfam.

Likeminds - Sharpe Reservation

September 21- Fishkill, NY

Steve Reich's seminal Four Organs with members of Alarm Will Sound for branding/design leaders at a weekend conference retreat reflecting on concepts around the year's theme, Time.

Lake Placid Center for the Arts
October 18 - Lake Placid, NY
A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

OZ Arts Nashville

October 24-26 - Nashville, TN

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Society for the Performing Arts

October 30 - Houston, TX

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Weis Center for the Performing Arts

November 2 - Lewisberg, PA

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Yale Repertory Theater - Yale University

November 7-9 - New Haven, CT

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

The Grandel - Kranzberg Arts Foundation

December 18 - St. Louis, MO

A "podcast" storytelling performance with Alarm Will Sound diving into the life and music of Danish composer Hans Abrahamsen.

Universidad de Chile

January 14 - Santiago, Chile

A percussion performance masterclass on solo percussion repertoire for Professor Zarate's students at the Universidad de Chile.

Santiago a Mil at Teatro Regional Lucho Gatic

January 15 - Rancagua, Chile

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

January 19 - Santiago, Chile

A percussion performance masterclass on solo percussion repertoire for Professor Larrondo's students at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Santiago a Mil at Matucana Cien

January 17-19 - Santiago, Chile

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Washington University

February 1 - St. Louis, MO

A mixed program of cross-genre collaborations developed between contemporary ensemble Alarm Will Sound and artists Lucrecia Dalt (Berlin) and AP Pyper (Utah).

Miller Theater

February 20 - New York, NY

A portrait of composer Oscar Bettison at Columbia University featuring his Livre des Sauvages and Pale Icons of Night.

WQXR at Caveat

February 23 - New York, NY

A live-streamed performance of solo repertoire by Marc Mellits at the venue Caveat in the launch party for radio show Relevant Tones.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

February 17-March 1 - Eugene, OR

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Yellowknife Northern Arts & Cultural Center

March 4 - Yellowknife, Canada

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

 

The Port Theatre

March 8 - British Columbia, Canada

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Yukon Arts Centre

March 12 - Whitehorse, Canada

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Modlin Center for the Arts

March 21 - Richmond, VA

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Seattle Theatre Group

April 1 - Seattle, WA

A multimedia collaboration with inventive light and shadow company Manual Cinema telling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein story on a percussion-filled stage.

Flowerpot Music at the Golden Gate Park 150th

April 4 - San Francisco, CA

Artistic director for a mass performance of Elliot Cole's Flowerpot Music in Golden Gate Park in the 150th Anniversary Celebrations of the park.

Concerto with First Inversion and Roberts Chorale

April 17 - Rochester, NY

Guest percussion soloist with vocal groups First Inversion and the Roberts Chorale at Roberts Wesleyan College, performing concerti and a sampling of solo percussion repertoire.

Washington University

May 15 - St. Louis, MO

A mixed program of cross-genre collaborations developed between contemporary ensemble Alarm Will Sound and artists Lucrecia Dalt (Berlin) and AP Pyper (Utah).

Flowerpot Music for Make Music Day

June 21 - New York, NY and internationally

Artist director for mass performances of Elliot Cole's Flowerpot Music in cities around the world, as well as directly leading the Make Music New York performance of the work.

Missouri Theater

July 30 - Columbia, MO

Opening performance at the University of Missouri's Mizzou International  Composers Festival by Alarm Will Sound, featuring works by the festival's Guest Composers, Chen Yi and David Little.

Mizzou International Composers Festival

August 1 - Columbia, MO

Eight premieres by Resident Composers at the Mizzou International Composers Festival performed by Alarm Will Sound.

More US and International touring to-be-announced.

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