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Featured Composers and Pieces Performed


Juhi Bansal, (CA, U.S)

   An Imaginary Thing (violin and piano)

Mason Bates, (CA, U.S)

    The Life of Birds (fl, cl, vln, vc)

Adam Borecki, (CA, U.S)

   Accidental Mozart (piano and video)

Brian Bunker, (CA U.S)

   Glass and Steel (trumpet and piano)

Stephen Cohn, (CA U.S)

   Close Ups (Through Tiny Eyes) (piano)   

Daniel Felsenfeld, (NY, U.S)

   Down to you is up (piano)

Tom Flaherty, (CA, U.S)

   Rainbow Tangle (piano and electronics)

    Igor to Please (piano and electronics)   

Nick Gianapoulos, (CA, U.S)

   City Vignettes (clarinet and piano)

Patrick Gibson, (CA, U.S)

   Piano Sonata (piano)

   Mars Symphony (chamber ensemble)

   Feedback Loop (saxophone and electronics)

Amy Gordon, (CA, U.S)

   Solo Piano Suite (piano)

   Reflections on Chirality (piano)

Judd Greenstein, (NY, U.S)

   At the end of a really great day (fl, cl, vln, vc)

Shannon Lee Hayden (IL, U.S)

  Various pieces for cello and electronics

Jennifer Higdon, (NY, U.S)

   String Poetic (violin and piano)

Vera Ivanova (CA, U.S)

   6 Fugitive Memories (piano)

   Fantasy Toccata (violin and piano)

KangWook Lee (Korea)

   Music for Piano and Trumpet (trumpet and piano)

Anais-gaell Lozach (France)

   Cloches de terre et vent d'amers (piano)

Alvaro Lopez (Columbia)

   El Paso (audiovisual)

   Waves (piano and 4 ch electronics)

Liviu Marinescu (Romania)

   Bent (piano and electronics)

Missy Mazzoli (NY, U.S)

   Bolts of Loving Thunder (piano and electronics)

No.e Parker (NJ, U.S)

   Sweeney Summer (saxophone and and electronics)

Gelareh Naseri (Iran)

   Musical Mondrian (piano)

   Latiper (bassoon)

   Hybrid (piano)

Nick Norton (CA, U.S)

   Piano Piece for Mr. Carter's 100th Birthday (piano)

Dhiren Panikker (CA, U.S)

   Improvised Dialogue #1 (piano and electronics)

   Circle (piano and electronics)

   Fallen Dreams (piano and electronics)

Damjan Rakonjac (CA, U.S)

   Lines and Spaces (piano)

Thomas Parisch (CA, U.S)

   Prisma (violin and piano)

Stefano Sacchi (Italy)

   Suite from "Flying" (bassoon and piano)

   Three Songs In Search of an Author (violin, trumpet, piano)

Ana Szilagyi (Romania)

   Sonorities (piano)

   Translucid (piano)

Julia Stewart (CA, U.S)

   Cleta (piano)

Kirsten Volness (RI, U.S)

   Little Tiny Stone, Full of Blue Fire (fl, cl, vln,vc)

Gernot Wolfgang (CA, U.S)

   Rolling Hills and Jagged Ridges (violin and piano)

Peter Yates (CA, U.S)

   Epitaphs and Youngsters (piano, electronics, video)

Featured Performers

Michael Aburas (double bass): classical, jazz, and rock musician

Gary Barnett (piano): virtuoso concert pianist, musicologist, and lecturer at UC Riverside

Candy Bilyk (viola): freelance musician focusing on film and game music

Kelsey Broersma (saxophone): dedicated new music saxophonist from the Inland Empire

Reyneelynn Cameros (clarinet): freelance musician, teacher, and band director

Teresa Chambliss (double bass): computer programmer and freelance musician

Jeremie Favreau: (piano): virtuoso from France. Has been awarded the prize of the city of Paris

Nic Gerpe: (piano) virtuoso and co-founder of The Panic Duo

Amy Gordon (piano): composer, arranger, singer-songwriter and vocalist

Hub New Music: (flute, clarinet, violin, cello) widely known chamber ensemble from Boston

Jordan Hang (violin): classical and jazz musician

Shannon Hayden (cello): recipient of multiple international music awards; composer/cellist

Jaclyn Howerton (oboe and e. horn): musician and musicologist

Rachel Howerton (f. horn): musician and musicologist

Mark Inchoco (trumpet): conductor, orchestral trumpeter, and musicologist

April Kim (violin): musician and manager of Chamber Music O.C.

Wojciech Kocyan: (piano) world renowned. Laureate of several international pno. competitions.

Spencer Klass (oboe): musician and teacher

Soo Lee (piano): multi-award winning concert pianist

Elizabeth Low (bassoon): active chamber musician and adjunct faculty at several schools

Lorenzo Marasso: (piano) virtuoso and founder of String Orchestra Project

Dhiren Panikker (piano): jazz pianist and ethnomusicologist

Claire Park (violin): freelance musician, teacher, and film composer

Sheri Perlman (clarinet): internationlly renowned and award winning clarinetist

Eileen Regullano (piano) musician and ethnomusicologist

Marisol Sanchez (soprano) musician, dancer, and teacher

Nadia Shapachenko (piano): multiple-Grammy nominated concert pianist and professor

Gracie Sprout (harp):  principal harpist at SLO Grand Opera Orchestra; performs worldwide

Pasha Tseitlin: (violin) virtuoso and co-founder of The Panic Duo

Anthony Zediker  (piano): faculty pianist and music director at Loyola Marymount University

Jo Zhou (piano) Internationally renowned concert pianist and vocalist 

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