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World Premieres

Chronological List of
Premieres & Concerts

1996 – 2000

1. Suite for Large Brass & Timpani (op. 1b) for 4 tpt, 4 hn, 3 t-trb, 1 b-trb 1 tb and timp – Western Michigan University (WMU), Miller Auditorium, Kalamazoo, Michigan—Dr. Robert Spradling, conducting the WMU Symphonic Band Brass Ensemble – 1996 [P]

2. First Piano Sonata (op 2a) and Piano Suite (op. 4) – WMU Dalton Hall – Phyllis Rappeport, piano, prof. emerita WMU - 1996 [P][P]

3. Trio for Trumpet, Horn and Left Hand Piano (op 7a) - WMU Dalton Hall – Dr. Stephen Jones, trumpet, WMU; Corbin Wagner, horn, Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Phyllis Rappeport, piano - 1996 [P]

4. Second Piano Sonata (op. 10) - Vedanta Art Gallery, Chicago – Phyllis Rappeport, piano - 1998 [P]

5. Second Piano Sonata (op. 10) - Western Michigan Cancer Center (WMCC), Kalamazoo – Phyllis Rappeport, piano – 1998

6. Third Piano Sonata (op. 11) – WMCC – Phyllis Rappeport, piano 1999 [P]

7. Solemn Spring (op. 12) for Piano – WMCC – Phyllis Rappeport, piano - 2000 [P]

2001 – 2005

8. Organ Suite (op. 16) – (Homage to the victims of 9/11/2001) First United Methodist Church, Kalamazoo – Dr. Karl Schrock, organ, University Organist, WMU – 2002 [P]

9. Organ Suite (op. 16) - Cathédrale Saints Gervais et Protais, Lectoure, France – Dr. Karl Schrock, organ - 2004

10. Fantaisie française (op. 17) or Fourth Piano Sonata - First United Methodist Church, Naples, Florida – Mary Seal, piano, Edison State College, Fort Myers, Florida - 2005 [P]

11. Fantaisie française (op. 17) – Edison State College, Fort Myers, Florida – Mary Seal, piano - 2005

12. Brass Quintet “Our World As It Is” (op. 20) for 2 tpt, 1 hn, 1 trb, 1 tb - WMU Dalton Hall – Dr. Stephen Jones, trumpet, and the Western Brass Quintet (faculty quintet) - 2005 [P]

2006 – 2010

13. Fantaisie française – fourth piano sonata (op. 17) & A Reveler’s Rag (op. 22) for piano - Euro Grand Piano Gallery, Naples, Florida – Mary Seal, piano - 2006

14. “Detours of Love” (op. 21) Three French Songs – Collégiale de Montréal-du-Gers, France – Jacquelyn Wagner, soprano, and Mary Seal, piano - 2006 [P]

15. “Fantaisie française” (op. 17) – Collégiale de Montréal-du-Gers, France – Mary Seal, piano - 2006

16. “Detours of Love” (op. 21) Three French Songs – Edison State College, Fort Myers – Jacquelyn Wagner, soprano, and Mary Seal, piano - 2007

17. “Detours of Love” (op. 21) Three French Songs - Naples Music Club, Naples – Jacquelyn Wagner, soprano, and Mary Seal, piano - 2007

18. “Detours of Love” (op. 21) Three French Songs (excerpt) - Castle of Malliac, Montréal-du-Gers, France – Natacha Figaro, soprano, and Claude Bessmann, piano, Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse, Paris (CNSMDP) - 2008

19. “Partita italiana” – fifth piano sonata (op. 26) – Seven Lakes auditorium, Fort Myers, Florida – Karolos Zouganélis, piano, CNSMDP – 2010 [P]

2011 – 2015

20. “Partita italiana” (op. 26) – Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Auditorium Colbert, Paris – Karolos Zouganélis, piano, CNSMDP – 2011

21. “Partita italiana” (op. 26) – Sumner School Museum auditorium, Washington DC – Karolos Zouganélis, piano, CNSMDP – 2011

22. “Ave Maria” (op. 29a bis) in clarinet and organ version – Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, Condom, France – Joël Lassus, clarinet and Anton Stiller, organist at Cathédrale Sainte- Marie, Auch – 2011 [P]

23. Caprices (op. 23) – Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida; Claude Bessmann, piano, CNSMDP – 2012 [P]

24. Brass Quintet “Our World As It Is” (op. 20) – Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2011- 2012 Concert Series, Fort Myers, Florida – Western Brass Quintet, Western Michigan University – 2012

25. Brass Quintet “Our World As It Is” (op. 20) – Seven Lakes auditorium, Fort Myers, Florida – Western Brass Quintet, WMU – 2012

26. “Fantaisie française” – Auditorium Colbert, Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), Paris - Karolos Zouganélis, piano, CNSMDP – 2012

27. “Caprices” (op. 23) and Reveler’s Rag (op. 22) - Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida – Claude Bessmann, piano, Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris - 2013

28. “A Banker’s Dozen”: Eleven Miniatures (op. 13a) – Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky – Dr. David Northington, piano, University of Tennessee, Knoxville - 2013 [P]

29. “A Banker’s Dozen”: Eleven Miniatures (op. 13a) – Fort Myers, Florida – Dr. David Northington, piano, University of Tennessee, Knoxville - 2013

30. “Come Ye Who Love”: Melody in Trio (op. 43a) – Recorded in Berlin, Germany, by Jacquelyn Wagner (soprano), Corbin Wagner (horn), Till Hass (piano); Sponsored by Michigan State University, College of Music - Published in Wagner Trio CD (2014)

31. “Caprices” (op. 23) – Royal Conservatory of Liège, Belgium – Claude Bessmann, piano - 2014

32. “The Truth” Op. 46 – Montpelier Art Center – Yulia Petrachuk, Soprano, Tatiana Loisha, piano November 15, 2015 [P]

33. “Yulia” Op. 45 – Merkin Hall, Kauffman Center, New York City, cycle of seven melodies for soprano and string quartet - Yulia Petrachuk, soprano and Nova string quartet (Julliard School honors) November 22, 2015 [P]

2016 – 2019

34. “Ave Maria” Op. 29 – Strathmore Mansion, Rockville, Maryland, FMMC Composers Concert – Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, Tatiana Loisha, piano. January 21, 2016

35. “The Truth” Op. 46, humorous song for soprano and piano – Strathmore Mansion, Rockville, MD, FMMC singers’ concert – Yulia Petrachuk, soprano and Tatiana Loisha, piano February 4, 2016

36. “Détours de l’amour” (op. 21) – French song cycle for soprano and piano, interpreted by Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, and Karolos Zouganélis, piano. Special concert at Seven Lakes Auditorium, Fort Myers, Florida. - 2016

37. “Détours de l’amour” (op. 21) sung by Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, and Tatiana Loisha, piano – Old Town Hall, Fairfax County, Virginia – FMMC Composers Concert – 2016

38. “Détours de l’amour” Op. 21, French songs for soprano and piano Op. 23 for piano – Private concert with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano and Claude Bessmann, piano, in Larressingle, France September 14, 2016

39. “Winter Wood” Op. 49, cycle of songs in Russian for soprano and harp, –WORLD PREMIER Carnegie Hall (Weill Hall), New York City with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, Jacqueline Pollauf, harpist. December 9, 2016 [P]

40. “Winter Wood” Op. 49 - cycle of songs in Russian for soprano and harp with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, Jacqueline Pollauf, harpist. Calvary Church, Washington DC, Composers Concert – December 16, 2016

41. "Detours of Love" (Op. 21) melody cycle and "Caprices" (Op. 23) for piano. – David Northington, pianist, and Yulia Petrachuk, soprano Fort Myers, Florida—February 24, 2017

42. “Morgen” (Op. 48) with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano and piano, and “Shades of Autumn” and “Soft Jazz Chorale”, two piano pieces, with Yulia Petrachuk, piano – FMMC Composers concert. – Fairfax County City Hall, Fairfax, Virginia—March 20, 2017 [P]

43. Three German Songs: "Morgen" Op. 48 (Poem by John Henry MacKay), "Der du von dem Himmel bist" Op. 51, 1 and "Über allen Gipfeln" Op. 51, 2 (the "Wandrers Nachtlieder" poems by Goethe) with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, and Elizabeth Brown, piano - FMMC Composers Concert. Calvary Baptist Church, Washington DC—December 15, 2017

44. "Happiness" Op. 30, cycle of three duets for soprano and mezzo-soprano: 1. Happiness, 2. To Sweeten Our Lips, 3. Come Ye Who Love - With Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, Elise Jenkins, mezzo- soprano and Ina Mirtcheva, piano - FMMC Composers Concert. Calvary Baptist Church, Washington DC— February 23, 2018 [P]

45. "Destination West" Op. 41; a fantaisie for piano and band orchestra illustrating the first transcontinental rail connection in the United States - with Karolos Zouganélis, pianist, and Vincent Blesz, conducting the municipal band "La Fleurantine". Mother's Day Concert at the Cultural Center of Fleurance, Gers (France)—May 26, 2018 [P]

46. "Requiem for the Fallen" Op. 50, for soprano, choir and orchestra, Second part of Oratorio; a homage to the victims of war in commemoration of the centennial of the end of WWI, based on "In Flanders Fields", poem written at the front (1915) by Canadian military doctor John McCrae - with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, and Vincent Blesz leading the choir and the orchestra of Fleurance, Gers. Father's Day Concert at the Church of Saint-Clar, Gers (France)—June 16, 2018 [P]

47. “Goodbye” Op. 53 and “Winter Wood” Op. 49, 2, with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano, Peter Omelchenko, mandolin, and Anna Kushner, guitar. Seven Lakes Auditorium, Fort Myers, Florida—February 21, 2019

48. "Married Love", melody from song cycle "Detours of Love" Op. 21, with Yulia Petrachuk, soprano. Church of the Holy City, Washington D.C.—May 3, 2019

July 2019

[P] —Premiere