2021-2022 Season

  • September 10

    New Addresses

     in Salem, MA

    Peabody Essex Museum presents New Addresses: An Ode to Breath, an original performance film inspired by the embodiment and sanctity of breath and the stirring physical space of the museum, featuring Hub New Music and movement artist Laura Kathrein. Following the premiere, this 30-minute film will be screened in the Morse Auditorium on an ongoing basis for PEM visitors. More Info

  • September 17

    The Night Mare

     in Columbia, SC

    University of South Carolina’s Southern Exposure New Music Series presents Night Music with composer Augusta read Thomas and featuring The Night Mare, directed by Cormac Cannon. More Info

  • September 18

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Latvia

    Reinis Zariņš & Vicky Chow present the program Rudens darbi (“Autumn Works”), which takes place at the Ventspils Concert Hall, hosted by Kurzeme Philharmonic. More Info

  • September 18

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Alicante, Spain

    Pianist Ricardo Descalzo closes his solo recital with Hoyt-Schermerhorn at the Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante. More Info

  • September 23

    Installation

     in Friday Harbor, WA

    September 24-December 6: The San Juan Islands Museum of Art presents an installation by artist Francie Allen, featuring The Pieces That Fall To Earth and The Branch Will Not Break. More Info

  • September 25

    In a Grove workshop

     in NYC

    Mannes Opera at The New School presents a workshop presentation for In a Grove at Arnold Hall.

  • October 10

    Passagework premiere

     in Chatham Township, NJ

    Pianist David Kaplan premieres Passagework as a part of Lyrica Chamber Music. More Info

  • October 11

    Don't Look Down

     in Sarasota, FL

    ensembleNewSRQ performs Don’t Look Down with Conor Hanick. More Info

  • October 16

    New Addresses

     in Marchfield, VT

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses at Scrag Mountain Music on October 16th and 17th. More Info

  • October 29

    Don't Look Down

     at New World Center, Miami

    The New World Symphony’s Percussion Consort performs works by Cage, Joyce Wai-chung Tang, Andy Akiho, and Cerrone, including Don’t Look Down. More Info

  • October 29

    New Addresses

     in D.C.

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses at Georgetown University. More Info

  • November 6

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Houston, TX

    The Shepherd School of Music’s REMLABS Rice programs Hoyt-Schermerhorn on their student showcase concert in Wortham Theater. More Info

  • November 6

    On Being Wrong

     in Huntsville, TN

    In their inaugural concert, Rocket City New Music presented Jesse Christenson performing <em>On Being Wrong</em>along with works by Andy Akiho, Gabriela Ortiz and Robert Honstein. More Info

  • November 7

    Natural History

     at UW Milwaukee

    UWM Percussion Ensemble opens their concert with <em>A Natural History of Vacant Lots</em> at the Helen Bader Concert Hall and Livestream, directed by Alex Wier. More Info

  • November 7

    Cornkind Premiere

     in San Francisco

    Pianist Ting Luo performs a collection of world premieres in Poetic Move, a hybrid concert featuring Cornkind for piano and tape. More Info

  • November 24

    Invisible Cities example

     in Universite de Caen Normandie lecture

    Professor Lambert Dousson presents works by Cerrone and Hearne in his talk called « La Révolution digitale dans la musique ou comment sortir du modernisme » More Info

  • December 4

    I will learn to love a person

     in Kansas City, MO

    In Concert II: I will learn to love a person, newEar contemporary chamber ensemble performs music by Shelley Washington, Yu Kuwabara, Akshya Tucker, David Stock, Jiyoun Chung, and Christopher Cerrone at 8:00pm. More Info

  • December 4

    Don't Look Down

     in Miami, FL

    In Webcast: Weill’s New Night Music, the New World Symphony performs chamber music by Eastman, Cerrone, and Weill. More Info

  • December 5

    South Catalina

     in Ferrara, Italy

    Ensemble Instantanea performs South Catalina at the Jazz Club Ferrara. More Info

  • December 5

    I will learn to love a person

     in Kansas City, MO

    In Concert II: I will learn to love a person, newEar contemporary chamber ensemble performs music by Shelley Washington, Yu Kuwabara, Akshya Tucker, David Stock, Jiyoun Chung, and Christopher Cerrone at 4:00pm. More Info

  • December 6

    South Catalina

     in Bologna, Italy

    Ensemble Instantanea performs South Catalina at Mercato Sonato. More Info

  • December 7

    Double Happiness

     in Honolulu

    The University of Hawai’i Contemporary Ensemble performs works Oliveros, Harrison, Stahmer, Lanzilotti, and Cerrone at the Orvis Auditorium at UH Mānoa. More Info

  • December 17

    Double Happiness

     in Rome

    Blow Up Percussion performs Double Happiness in his recital at the Accademia Filarmonica Romana. More Info

  • December 17

    The Arching Path

     in Pasadena, CA

    House On Fire Trio presents their inaugural concert at the Neighborhood Unitarian Church at 7:00pm with works by Wells Leng, Ann Cleare, Lois V. Vierk, Christopher Cerrone, Adam Zuckerman, Richard An, Chen Yi, and Tristan Perich. More Info

  • December 20

    GLASS.CERRONE program

     in Latvia

    Trio Metamorfoze performs On Being Wrong, Liminal Highway, and The Arching Path at the Latvijas Mākslinieku savienība in Riga, Latvia. More Info

  • January 20

    New Addresses

     in Riverside, CA

    POSTPONED: Hub New Music performs New Addresses at UC Riverside’s Outpost Series. More Info

  • January 27

    New Addresses

     in Portland, OR

    POSTPONED: Hub New Music performs New Addresses at Portland State University. More Info

  • January 30

    "Everything Will Be Ok" premiere

     in San Francisco

    Mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke performs her recital program How Do I Find You with pianist Kirill Kuzman, featuring seventeen world premieres written for Cooke during the COVID-19 pandemic, presented by the San Francisco Symphony. Her album of the same title features “Everything Will Be Ok” and is available here. More Info

  • February 1

    New Addresses

     in Waco, TX

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses in Baylor University’s Distinguished Artist Series in Roxy Grove Hall. More Info

  • February 5

    New Addresses

     in Kansas City, MO

    In Concert III: Tell Me Where You’re From, new ear contemporary chamber ensemble performs New Addresses at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 8:00pm. More Info

  • February 6

    New Addresses

     in Kansas City, MO

    In Concert III: Tell Me Where You’re From, new ear contemporary chamber ensemble performs New Addresses at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 4:00pm. More Info

  • February 6

    New Addresses

     in Normal, IL

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses in the RED NOTE New Music Festival at Illinois State University. More Info

  • February 13

    Double Happiness

     in Ventura, CA

    Camerata Pacifica performs Double Happiness at the Ventura Museum at 3pm. More Info

  • February 15

    Double Happiness

     in San Marino, CA

    Camerata Pacifica performs Double Happiness at The Huntington Library at 7:30pm. More Info

  • February 17

    Double Happiness

     in Los Angeles

    Camerata Pacifica performs Double Happiness in Zipper Hall at the Colburn School at 8pm. More Info

  • February 18

    Double Happiness

     in Santa Barbara, CA

    Camerata Pacifica performs Double Happiness in Hahn Hall at the Music Academy of the West at 7:30pm. More Info

  • February 19

    In a Grove premiere

     in Pittsburgh, PA

    February 19, 22, 25, 27 & March 1, 3: The Pittsburgh Opera presents the premiere of In a Grove with music by Christopher Cerrone, libretto by Stephanie Fleischmann, and based on the short story by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. More Info

  • February 20

    Liminal Highway

     at Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention, VA

    In Healings Memories: From Grief to Resilience, flutist Meghan Shanley Alger performs works by Alexandra Gardner, Chris Cerrone, and Eve Beglarian at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel at 12:45 PM. More Info

  • February 24

    Goldbeater's Skin

     in Birmingham, AL

    Davis Architects Guest Artist Series presents Sandbox Percussion and Elspeth Davis in Samford University’s Brock Recital Hall. More Info

  • February 25

    Arching Path

     in Seattle

    hocket performs Arching Path in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby in untitled[2022], presented by the Seattle Symphony. More Info

  • February 25

    New Addresses

     in Memphis, TN

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses at Crosstown Arts. More Info

  • February 26

    Memory Palace

     in Oslo, Norway

    Håkon Skjæret performs Memory Palace in DREAMING kl.18:30 and DRUMMING kl.20:45 at Interpuls 2022 in Kulturkirken Jakob. More Info

  • March 6

    Anthony de Mare

     in Sonoma, CA

    A landmark commissioning project conceived by acclaimed concert pianist Anthony de Mare, Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim From the Piano celebrates new music inspired by the work of Stephen Sondheim. More Info

  • March 6

    "Everything Will Be Ok"

     in Baltimore, MD

    Sasha Cooke will make her Baltimore Recital debut alongside pianist Kirill Kuzmin in Shriver Hall, taking on music by Timo Andres, Lembit Beecher, Matt Boehler, Christopher Cerrone, John Glover, Gabriel Kahane, Jimmy López, Andrew Mashall, Missy Mazzoli, Rene Orth, Frances Pollack, Hilary Purrington, Huang Ruo, Kamala Sankaram, Caroline Shaw, and Joel Thompson. Each work on the program will be making its east coast premiere. More Info

  • March 8

    New Addresses

     in New York, NY

    Atlantic Collective performs New Addresses in their debut concert at St. John’s in the Village, with in-person and livestream options. More Info

  • March 8

    How to Breathe Underwater

     in Cambridge, MA

    In the Winds and Brass Showcase, students perform How to Breathe Underwater at Longy School of Music of Bard College. More Info

  • March 12

    New Addresses

     in Boston

    Boston’s Hub New Music returns to Celebrity Series with a concert that kicks off the solo(s) together commissioning project, in which contemporary composers from diverse backgrounds will create short works for four musicians. More Info

  • March 16

    Natural History of Vacant Lots

     in Provo, UT

    The BYU Group for New Music at BYU performs in the Madsen Recital Hall works by BYU faculty, alumni, and nationally and internationally-known contemporary composers. More Info

  • March 26

    "Kiss Me" Premiere

     in Merkin Hall, NYC

    As a part of the Piano Dialogues series, Anthony de Mare performs works from the original LIAISONS Project along with NEW re-imaginings by Timo Andres, Jonathan Batiste, Jeff Beal, Mark Bennett, Christopher Cerrone, Anthony de Mare Ted Hearne, Stephen Hough, Meredith Monk, Marc Schubring, Paola Prestini, Kevin Puts, Max Richter and Conrad Tao. More Info

  • March 27

    How to Breathe Underwater

     in Brunswick, Australia

    The string quartet version of How to Breathe Underwater is programmed in MINIMAL: Strings, a concert curated by Natasha Conrau at Tempo Rubato, Brunswick, Melbourne. More Info

  • March 29

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Farmington, ME

    Steven Pane, UMP professor of music, performs Hoyt-Schermerhorn in the Emery Community Arts Center, 4:30pm. More Info

  • March 30

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Farmington, ME

    Steven Pane, UMP professor of music, performs Hoyt-Schermerhorn in the Emery Community Arts Center, 11:45am. More Info

  • April 6

    Curator and Premiere

     in Phoenix, AZ

    The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra will premiere The Age of Wire and String, a new orchestral suite as part of a Cerrone-curated program in their contemporary music festival: REVERB. More Info

  • April 6

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn for Harp premiere

     at Graduate Center, CUNY

    Chelsea Lane performs the harp edition of Hoyt-Schermerhorn in her final DMA recital in Elebash Recital Hall at The Graduate Center, CUNY, 1PM. More Info

  • April 7

    Don't Look Down

     at Colburn, Los Angeles

    The Colburn Contemporary Ensemble, directed by Ted Atkatz, performs Don’t Look Down. More Info

  • April 8

    The Branch Will Not Break

     in Dallas, TX

    Verdigris performs The Branch Will Not Break at the First Presbyterian Church of Dallas at 7:30pm in their program How To Go On. More Info

  • April 8

    Double Happiness

     in San Francisco

    Stolen Time Ensemble performs Double Happiness on their debut concert at the Center for New Music. More Info

  • April 9

    The Arching Path

     in Los Angeles, CA

    HOCKET Premieres the two piano version of The Arching Path in the LA Phil’s Noon to Midnight festival, 2:45-3:15pm in the Keck Amphitheatre. More Info

  • April 9

    The Branch Will Not Break

     in Dallas, TX

    Verdigris performs The Branch Will Not Break at the First Presbyterian Church of Dallas at 7:30pm in their program How To Go On. Livestream available. More Info

  • April 10

    What Divine Instrument Premiere

     in Raleigh, NC

    The Department of Music presents NC State’s Raleigh Civic Symphony in its spring concert American Light, American Vision, featuring Copland’s Rodeo, a new piece from Indian-American composer Anuj Bhutani, and the premiere of Cerrone’s What Divine Instrument and excerpts from The Branch Will Not Break. More Info

  • April 10

    The Branch Will Not Break

     in Dallas, TX

    Verdigris performs The Branch Will Not Break at the Moody Performance Hall at 7:30pm in their program How To Go On. More Info

  • April 10

    LIAISONS2020

     at UCLA

    This is a rescheduled event (from 2020) of the West Coast premiere of LIAISONS2020 works performed by Anthony de Mare celebrating Sondheim’s 90th Birthday by some of today’s leading composers in jazz, film, theater, and classical music. More Info

  • April 12

    New Addresses

     in NYC

    Hub New Music performs New Addresses at The Morgan Library & Museum. More Info

  • April 14

    Don't Look Down

     at Interlochen, MI

    Interlochen Arts Academy percussion students present a program of ensemble music in the Corson Auditorium. Featuring Orlando Jacinto Garcia in his work una luz en la neblina distante (Angela Lickiss Aleo, oboe), Emma O’Halloran’s SHELL, and Don’t Look Down with piano faculty T.J. Lymenstull. More Info

  • April 14

    How to Breathe Underwater

     in Ithaca, NY

    The Ithaca College Contemporary Chamber Ensemble performs How to Breathe Underwater in the Hockett Family Recital Hall, 7:00pm. More Info

  • April 21

    UC, Santa Barbara Residency

    April 19-21: Presented by University of California-Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies, HOCKET premieres the two piano version of The Arching Path in the UCSB Music Festival, Thursday, April 21st. Residency consists of one or two seminar presentations and individual meetings with students.

  • April 21

    Can't and Won't

     in Tribeca Webcast

    TNM is proud to present the Argus Quartet and the world premiere of composer David Crowell’s Cloud Forest, a TNM commission at Nancy Manocherian’s the cell theatre. In addition to Cloud Forest the quartet will perform Can’t and Won’t by Christopher Cerrone, Peculiar Strokes by Andrew Norman, and Respiri by Juri Seo. More Info

  • April 23

    Area of Refuge Premiere

     at The Parkway Theater, Minneapolis

    Liquid Music presents Adam Tendler: Inheritances, featuring the pianist performing commissions at The Parkway Theater, including works by Devonté Hynes, Nico Muhly, Meredith Monk, inti figgis-vizueta, Pamela Z, Ted Hearne, Angelica Negrón, Christopher Cerrone, Marcos Balter, Missy Mazzoli, Darian Donovan Thomas, Sarah Kirkland Snider, Scott Wollschleger, Mary Prescott, Timo Andres and John Glover. More Info

  • April 30

    The Last Message Premiere

     at Northwestern U

    Donald Nally leads the Northwestern University Symphony Orchesta and Choirs in the premiere of The Last Message at Pick-Staiger Auditorium at 7:30pm (pre-concert talk at 6:30pm). More Info

  • April 30

    On Being Wrong

     in Brooklyn, NY

    Supercellist Ashley Bathgate performs music from her album ASH at Public Records at 5:00pm. More Info

  • May 1

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Dublin, Ireland

    Pianist Isabelle O’Connell performs a solo recital, featuring Hoyt-Schermerhorn, at the National Concert Hall in the New Music Dublin Festival More Info

  • May 2

    South Catalina

     in Elon, NC

    The Elon Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, directed by Jonathan Poquette, performs South Catalina at Elon University. More Info

  • May 3

    Hoyt-Schermerhorn

     in Tilburg, NL

    Pianist Maria Dominguez performs Hoyt-Schermerhorn in Het Cenakel, Tilburg.

  • May 8

    Memory Palace

     in Koblenz, Germany

    FourSchlag Percussion programs Memory Palace on the Hour of the Philharmonic Chamber Concert at Görreshaus Koblenz. More Info

  • May 8

    A Natural History of Vacant Lots

     in Interlochen, MI

    Percussionist Chris Sies performs A Natural History of Vacant Lots in the Chapel at Interlochen Center for the Arts More Info

  • May 10

    Memory Palace

     at University of Toronto

    Percussionist Jacob Valcheff performs Memory Palace on his Masters Recital at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More Info

  • May 11

    Don't Look Down & Vacant Lots

     in Kalamazoo, MI

    Sandbox Percussion with Conor Hanick perform Don’t Look Down and A Natural History of Vacant Lots at the Gilmore International Piano Festival. More Info

  • May 14

    Liminal Highway

     in Santa Fe, NM

    chatter’s Jesse Tatum performs Liminal Highway in SITE Santa Fe’s Meyerson Auditorium. More Info

  • May 14

    On Being Wrong

     in Albany, NY

    The Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company performs works accompanied by cellist Ashley Bathgate, including On Being Wrong, at The EGG. More Info

  • May 15

    Memory Palace

     in Trier, Germany

    FourSchlag Percussion programs Memory Palace on their chamber concert at Kirche Christkönig (Pfarrsaal).

  • May 15

    Memory Palace

     in Interlochen, MI

    The Interlochen Arts Academy Percussion Ensemble, with faculty Keith Aleo, performs Memory Palace in the Chapel at Interlochen Center for the Arts. More Info

  • May 20

    A Natural History of Vacant Lots

     in Foggia, Italy
  • May 20

    Memory Palace

     in Newberg, OR

    Percussionist Christopher Whyte performs a solo recital on the Spring Concert Series at the Chehalem Cultural Center. More Info

  • May 24

    Memory Palace

     in Burg Namedy, Germany

    FourSchlag Percussion performs Memory Palace at the Namedy Castle. More Info

  • May 25

    Memory Palace

     in Corvallis, OR

    Percussionist Chris Whyte performs a solo recital at Oregon State University. More Info

  • May 24

    Passagework Premiere

     in Los Angeles

    pianoSpheres presents David Kaplan in Ph(f)antasy(ies) at the Zipper Concert Hall, with two new commissions by Anthony Cheung and Christopher Cerrone. Musical exchange and fantasy form are the inspirations for a program of preludes, fantasies, and other short works by seven composers spanning half a millennium. More Info

  • May 24

    How to Breathe Underwater

    The UCSB Ensemble for Contemporary Music present a concert titled Colorations in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall. More Info

  • May 25

    Memory Palace

     in Ashland, OR

    Percussionist Chris Whyte performs a solo recital in Southern Oregon University’s Music Recital Hall. More Info

  • May 27

    That Night with the Green Sky

     in NYC

    Kettler Corn New Music celebrates NYC in their first in-person concert in over two years at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music. More Info

  • May 28

    Memory Palace

     in Seattle, WA

    In A Cold Stability, percussionist Chris Whyte performs a solo set at the Arx Music Studio. More Info

  • May 31

    Passagework

     in Vancouver, BC

    David Kaplan performs the Canadian premiere of Passagework at the Fox Cabaret in his solo piano recital. More Info

  • June 3

    New Addresses

     in Kansas City, MI

    newEar closes out the Kansas City Contemporary Music Festival with Negrón’s Fruity Roll On Sparkly Lip Gloss and Cerrone’s New Addresses at The Bauer. More Info

  • June 4

    Nervous Systems Premiere

     in Pasadena, CA

    Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra premieres the Nervous Systems for clarinet quintet, a KCO commission, in Westerbeck Hall at Pasadena City College. More Info

  • June 5

    Clarinet Quintet

     in Santa Monica, CA

    Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra performs Nervous Systems for clarinet quintet at the First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica. More Info

  • June 5

    In "C" Installation

     at Caramoor

    in“C” (2021), created by sound artist Trimpin and featuring music by Christopher Cerrone, Anna Clyne, Missy Mazzoli, Nico Muhly, will be featured at Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in their Soundscapes event. More Info

  • June 8

    Memory Palace

     in Glasgow, Scotland

    Percussionist Darren Gallacher performs Memory Palace in the Glasgow Live Electronics and Audiovisual Music festival (GLEAM). More Info

  • June 11

    The Arching Path

     in Malta

    Gabi Sultana performs a recital at the Palazzo De La Salle in Valletta, Malta, along with works by Karen Tanaka, Benjamin Van Esser, Missy Mazzoli, Henryk Górecki, and Gabriella Smith. More Info

  • June 11

    Can't and Won't

     in Morristown, NJ

    The Morris Museum presents Argus Quartet in the 2022 Lots of String Music Festival.

  • June 12

    On Being Wrong

     in Ghent, Belgium

    Nina Vanhoenacker, of Extended Music Collective performs On Being Wrong in the concert series Novelties 2.0 at Tinnenpot. More Info

  • July 2

    Why was I born between mirrors?

     at Spoleto, Italy

    Ensemble-in-residence Sentieri selvaggi will perform Why was I born between mirrors? as a part of their four-concert panorama of American music at the Spoleto Festival. More Info

  • July 10

    Area of Refuge

     in Los Angeles, CA

    Pianist Adam Tendler performs his Inheritances project at 2220 Arts + Archives in LA, featuring Area of Refuge for solo piano. More Info

  • July 22

    Premiere for piano and electronics

     in Brooklyn, NY

    Bargemusic: Here and Now Series presents pianist Nadia Shpachenko with GOAT – a program of newly-written piano compositions inspired by Soccer. More Info

  • July 24

    Exhalation

     in CA

    Cellist Johannes Moser performs works from his album Alone Together in a private recital.

  • August 7

    High Windows

     in Fairfield County, CT

    At the Charles Ives Music Festival, the Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra performs High Windows for their concert “Simple Gifts” at the Ridgefield Playhouse. More Info

  • August 12

    The Arching Path

     in London, UK

    James McVinnie and Eliza McCarthy perform the duo version of The Arching Path at Bold Tendencies. More Info