September 18, 2010: US premiere of Trio by New Music Raleigh at the Flanders Gallery in Downtown Raleigh, NC, as part of SparkCon
September 11, 2010: Washington, DC premiere of Rising as part of the SCI Chapter of the composition division of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at The Catholic University of America's New Voices Festival, 10am in the St. Vincent de Paul Chapel on the CUA campus.
July 1, 2010: World premiere of Trio by Matt Albert (violin), Agnieszka Kolodziej (cello), and Yu-Chun Kuo (percussion) at the Hindemith Foundation in Blonay, Switzerland.
June 4, 2010: recording/concert of Yelha Wurar, an arrangement of the Algerian song, for chamber orchestra and traditional Algerian instruments, at the Maison de la Radio in Paris. An excerpt was boradcast on the program, Couleurs du Monde on June 16.
May 1, 2010: World Premiere of (Restful Waters)(מי מנחות) for Soprano, flute, clarinet, piano, violin, and 'cello by the MEANS New Music Ensemble at the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center in Urbana, Illinois.
Yelha Wurar, an arrangement of the Algerian song, for chamber orchestra and traditional Algerian instruments, was performed on Novermber 7, 2009, at the Conservatoire d'Aulnay-sous-Bois.
April 17, 2009: New York premiere of some amount of Rising for 3-part chorus and any instrument(s) available by Worldmuse. At Sulzberger Parlor, of Barnard Hall on the Barnard campus (3009 Broadway at 117th St, third floor, #1 subway to 116th Street) in New York City. Here's the press release.
February 21, 2008: Exercices de style, for SATB chorus, violin, and piano, world premiere by the Orfeo Duo and their composers chorus, Ascension Church, New York, NY. Text by Raymond Queneau used with premission.
June 29, 2007: Movements 3, 5, and 7 of Wedge Miniatures for oboe and piano were played by Samuel Andreyev (oboe) and Hyun Hwa Cho (piano) at the Espace Francois Mauriac in Sevran, France, a suburb of Paris.
April 11, 2007: Prelude and Fantasia for harpsichord, European premiere by Anthony Romaniuk at Conservatory of The Hague, the Netherlands.
May 4, 2006: Prelude and Fantasia for Harpsichord, performed by Tami Morse at the Staller Center for the Performing Arts, Stony Brook, NY. Part of the Emerson String Quartet's Annual Chamber Music Festival.
April 2, 2006: Prelude and Fantasia for Harpsichord, premiered by North Shore Pro Musica (Tami Morse, harpsichord) at the Ward Melville Education and Cultural Center, Stony Brook, NY.