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O Maria Maris Stella
Acappellago, Dennis Smith, Conductor, Event Hall, Mayslake Peabody Estate, Oak Brook, Illinois, December 3, 2016, Chicago Area Premiere  
 
Miserere
Alexandria Choral Society, Kerry Krebill, Conductor, Kennedy Center Terrace Theater, Washington, D.C., November 20, 1999, Washington, D.C. Premiere  
 
Miserere
Alexandria Choral Society, Kerry Krebill, Conductor, Church of the Resurrection, Alexandria, Virginia, March 7, 1998, World Premiere  
 
Catullus Songs (Nos. 4 & 5)
Amanda Hamley, Soprano, Prudence Raper, Contralto, John English, Tenor, Kevin O'Donnell, Baritone, Michael Paine, Piano, St. Anne's Church, London, September 6, 1998, World Premiere  
 
Infanta Marina
Arcadian Chorale, Marina Alexander, Conductor, First Presbyterian Church, Matawan, New Jersey, May 10, 2003, World Premiere  
 

Cascadian Chorale, Gary D. Cannon, Conductor, March 12, 2011, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, Washington, World Premiere

 
 
"The World's Wanderers" and
"Oh! How I Love" from Eight Romances
Chad Karl, Baritone, Herbert Burtis, Piano, Home of Robert and Felicia Lipson, New York, December 4, 1997, US Premieres  
 
Laudate Dominum
Chamber Singers of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, Marian Dolan, Director, Haverford, Pennsylvania, 1996, World Premiere   
 
Sicut Cervus
Chamber Singers of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, Marian Dolan, Director, Haverford, Pennsylvania, 1993, World Premiere   
 
Tre Rime di Tasso
Chanticleer, Lukas-Kirche, Munich, Germany, July 12, 2004, Munich Premiere  
 
Tre Rime di Tasso
Chanticleer, Seiji Ozawa Hall, Tanglewood, July 22, 2003, Tanglewood Premiere  
 
Tre Rime di Tasso
Chanticleer, Joseph Jennings, Conductor, Temple of Dendur, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, June 6, 2000, New York Premiere  
 
Tre Rime di Tasso
Chanticleer, Joseph Jennings, Conductor, First Congregational Church, Berkeley, California, May 13, 2000, World Premiere  
 
Seven Madrigals
(Six Madrigals,
including
a seventh
in original set)
Chanticleer, UCLA Center for the Performing Arts, April 17, 1994, Los Angeles Premiere  
 
Seven Madrigals
(Six Madrigals,
including
a seventh
in original set)
Chanticleer, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, February 14, 1988, Washington, DC Premiere   
 
Seven Madrigals
(Six Madrigals,
including
a seventh
in original set)
Chanticleer, Herbst Theatre, San Francisco, May 17, 1986, World Premiere  
 
"There Came A Day at Summer's Full" (from Six Dickinson Settings)
Choir of The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, Johnson Flucker, Director, New York October 27, 1996, Liturgical Premiere  
 
"Not One Sparrow is Forgotten"
Choral Arts Northwest, Robert Bode, Conductor, Private Performance for the President and First Lady, The Diplomatic Reception Room of The White House, Washington, D.C., December 18, 2015, Washington, D.C. Premiere  
 
Choral Arts, Robert Bode, Conductor, October 1, 2010, St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, World Premiere  
 
Six Dickinson Settings
Choral Arts, Robert Bode, Conductor, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, April 27, 2008, Seattle Premiere  
 
"Labbra vermiglie e belle" (from Tre Rime di Tasso)
Collegium Regale of King's College, Cambridge, Edmund Hastings, Conductor, Summer Punt Concert on the River Cam, Cambridge, England, June 28, 2008, Cambridge Premiere  
 
Flos ut Rosa Floruit
CONSONO Chamber Choir, Harald Jers, Director, City Hall, Cork, Ireland, May 2, 2008, Irish Premiere  
 
Flos ut Rosa Floruit
CONSONO Chamber Choir, Harald Jers, Director, Kirche "Christi Verklärung", Cologne, Germany, April 6, 2008, German Premiere  
 
Chansons de Ronsard
(nos. I, II, and IV)
Conservatory Chamber Singers of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music,
Jennifer Tham
, Director, Conservatory Concert Hall, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Singapore, November 2, 2016, Asian Premieres
 
  Missa Brevis Dale Warland Singers, Wooddale Church, Minneapolis. May 18, 1991, World Premiere  
 
Flute Concerto
David Shostac, Flute, Peter Jaffe Conductor, The Philharmonia Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival, Aspen, Colorado, July 6, 1989, World Premiere  
 
The Strange Music
Edward Swenson, Tenor, Delores Keahy, Piano, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, November 14, 1991, World Premiere  
 
Tota Pulchra es Maria
The Dessoff Choirs, Christopher Shepard, Conductor, Church of St. Paul The Apostle, New York, February 3, 2012, U.S. Premiere  
 
Hymn to Aphrodite
The Esoterics, Eric Banks, Director, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Seattle, December 9, 2006, World Premiere   
 
Laudate Dominum
The Esoterics, Eric Banks, Director, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Seattle, December 11, 2004, Seattle Premiere   
 
Four Reveries
The Esoterics, Eric Banks, Director, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Seattle, May 8, 2004, Seattle Premiere   
 
Four Reveries
Grant Park Chorus, Christopher Bell, Conductor, South Shore Cultural Center, Chicago, May 21, 2015, Chicago Premiere  
 
Two Sonnets
The Golden Gate Men's Chorus, Joseph Piazza, Conductor, April 28, 2012, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, San Francisco, San Francisco Premiere  
 
O Magnum Mysterium
Gregg Smith Singers, St. Peter's Church, New York, November 23, 2002, New York Premiere  
 
Six Madrigals
Gregg Smith Singers, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, New York, February 15, 1997, New York Premiere  
 
Two Motets
Gregg Smith Singers, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, New York, March 12, 1983, World Premiere  
 
Life of Life
The Handel and Haydn Society Young Women’s Chorus, Lisa Graham, Conductor, May 16, 2011, The Boston Latin School, Boston, World Premiere  
 
Magnificat
The Handel and Haydn Society, Lisa Graham, Conductor, Symphony Hall, Boston, December 9, 2006, Boston Premiere  
 
O How I Love
Heartland Chamber Chorale, Robert Nance, Conductor, First Wayne Street United Methodist Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana, May 3, 2003, World Premiere  
 
Songs of Kabir
Heather Meyer, Soprano, Raymond Martinez, Baritone, West Marin Festival Chorus and Orchestra, Carol Negro, Conductor, Angelico Hall, San Rafael, California, April 21, 2000, California Premiere  
 
Two Pastorals
Ithaca High School Chorus, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, November 12, 1988, World Premiere  
 
Alleluia, Pascha Nostrum
Jennifer Dearden, Trumpet, Ithaca College Trombone Troupe, James
Porterfield, Organ and Conductor, St. Luke Lutheran Church, Ithaca, New York, April 12, 1998, World Premiere
 
 
Three New England Songs
Joyce Andrews, Soprano, Esther Wang, Piano, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, October 2,1998, World Premiere  
  Four Keats Songs Joyce Andrews, Soprano, University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, September 24, 1990, World Premiere  
 
Te Deum
Katherine Davidson, Soprano, Mary Ann Hart, Mezzo-Soprano, Frank Hoffmeister, Tenor, Kevin Deas, Bass, William Trafka, Organ, Robert Bass Conductor, The Collegiate Chorale, St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, October 26, 1986, World Premiere  
 

"Nada te Turbe"

Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Emi Tamura, Piano, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California, February 20, 2016, US Premiere  
 
"Where I Have Lost, I Softer Tread"
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Carolyn Sykes, Harp, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California, February 20, 2016, California Premiere  
 

Bouquet;
"Lady of Silences"

Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Javier Vazquez Grela, Piano, Fundación "Musik", Guadalajara, Mexico, August 27, 2014, World Premieres  
 

Symbol;
Nada te Turbe

Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Timothy G. Ruff Welch, Piano, October 25, 2011, Casa Museo López Portillo, Guadalajara, Mexico, World Premieres  
 
"Where I Have Lost, I Softer Tread" ; God Made a Little Gentian;If Roses Had Not Faded
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Javier Vázquez Grela, Piano, August 16, 2008, Casa Museo López Portillo, Guadalajara, Mexico, Latin American Premiere  
 
Mary Magdalene
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Sergio Hernández, Piano, October 21, 2007, St. Mark's Anglican Church, Guadalajara, Mexico, World Premiere  
 
Who Walks With Beauty
Kimball Wheeler, College of the Canyons Chorus and String Orchestra, Julie Lawson, Conductor, College of The Canyons, Santa Clarita, California, December 16, 2000, World Premiere  
 
"Where I Have Lost, I Softer Tread"
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Martin Canin, Piano, Morse Hall, The Juilliard School, February 7, 2000, New York Premiere  
 
Sappho Songs
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Bryan Pezzone, Piano, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, August 22, 1998, Los Angeles Premiere   
 
Due Rime Antiche
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Theatre du Palais de l'Europe, Menton, France, March 11, 1990, World Premiere  
 
Sappho Songs
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Jorge Mester, Conductor, The Aspen Chamber Symphony, Aspen Music Festival, Aspen Colorado, August 7, 1987, Orchestral World Premiere  
 
Sappho Songs
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Maciej Piotrowski, Piano, Philharmonia Narodowa, Warsaw, April 6, 1987, European Premiere   
 
Sappho Songs
Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Paul Suits, Piano, St. Peter's Church, New York, March 12, 1986, World Premiere  
 
Lux Æterna
Linden Singers, Frances Pollet, Director, St. John the Divine Church on Quadra at Balmoral, Victoria, B.C., Canada, May 9, 1998, Canadian Premiere  
 
Hôtel
(Poulenc Song arrangement)
Luzerner Salon-Quintett, Paul Suits, Piano, Lucerne, Switzerland, 1999, World Premiere  
 
Psalm 100
Lycoming College Choir, Fred Thayer, Conductor, Lycoming College, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, March 4, 1998, World Premiere  
 
Then, I Confess
Meredith Hudson, Mezzo-Soprano, composer conducting, Ithaca College Orchestra, Ford Hall, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, April 8, 1990, World Premiere  
 
Three Ancient Choruses
Metropolitan Greek Chorale, George Tsontakis, Director, Merkin Concert Hall, New York,  May 9, 1992, World Premiere  
 
"Vita de la mia vita"
(from Six Madrigals)
Nave Voices, Dr. Bonnie Borshay Sneed, Director, Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall, New York, January 18, 2014, Carnegie Hall Premiere  
 
Two Motets
Nederlands Kamerkoor, Kent Hatteberg, Conductor, Philipszaal, Den Haag, Netherlands, January 27, 1993, Netherlands Premiere  
 
Two Motets
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, April 29, 2008, Premiere performance in the newly opened Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields  
 
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London, November 8, 2003, Royal Academy Premiere  
 
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, Vintners Hall, London, November 23, 2000, World Premiere  
 
O Maria Maris Stella
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, Ely Cathedral, UK, July 26, 1997, World Premiere  
  O Magnum Mysterium New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, conductor, St. Marylbone Parish Church, London, December 14, 1995, London Premiere.  
 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, Great St. Mary's Church, Sawbridgeworth, England July 3, 1993, World Premiere  
 
Two Motets
New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, Conductor, St. Andrew's Church, London, June 20, 1991, British Premiere  
 
Three American Lyrics
New York Treble Singers, Virginia Davidson, Director, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, November 30, 1987, World Premiere   
 
Chansons de Ronsard
New York Vocal Arts Ensemble (Judith Pannill, Soprano, Katherine Benfer, Mezzo-Soprano, Jonathan Goodman, Tenor, John Arbo, Bass, Raymond Beegle, Piano, Director), Merkin Concert Hall, New York, February 1, 2001, World Premiere  
 
Remembrance
Nova Singers, Laura Lane, Conductor, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, February 22, 1998, World Premiere  
 
What a Piece of Work is Man
Purdue Varsity Glee Club and assembled choruses (500 voices), Brian Breed, Director, Elliott Hall, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, March 2, 2002, World Premiere  
 

Quoddy Voices, John Newell, Conductor, Eastport Arts Center, Eastport, Maine, May 22, 2016, Maine Premiere

 
 
Alleluia, Dies Sanctificatus
Richmond Choral Society, Marina Alexander, Conductor, St. Peter's Church, Staten Island, December 14, 2003, New York Premiere  
 
O Blandos Oculos
Rosalind Rees, Soprano, Kimball Wheeler, Mezzo-Soprano, Instrumental Ensemble, composer conducting, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York, June 9, 1981, World Premiere  
 
Two Songs
Rosalind Rees, Soprano, Susan Jolles, Harp, St. Peter's Church, New York, March 8, 1986, World Premiere  
 
Tota Pulchra es Maria
St. Andrew's Anglican Church Choir, Timothy G. Ruff Welch, Conductor, St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Chapala, Mexico, December 9, 2006, World Premiere  
 
Requiem
St. Dominic's Church Choir and Orchestra, Simon Berry, Conductor, at Solemn Mass, St. Dominic's Catholic Church, San Francisco, All Souls Day, November 2, 2017, Second Performance (10th Anniversary of World Premiere, 2007)  
 
Requiem
St. Dominic's Church Choir and Orchestra, Simon Berry, Conductor, with The San Francisco Choral Artists, Magen Solomon, Artistic Director, St. Dominic's Catholic Church, San Francisco, November 2, 2007, Liturgical World Premiere  
 
Alma Redemptoris Mater
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, Missouri, March 10, 2007, World Premiere  
 
Salve Regina
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Evansville, Indiana, March 6, 2004, World Premiere  
 
Salve Regina
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Holy Trinity Church, Washington, DC, March 13, 2004, Washington, DC Premiere  
 
Ave Regina Cælorum
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, The Presbyterian Church, Laporte, Indiana February 17, 2002, World Premiere  
 
Regina Cæli
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, Missouri, March 16, 1999, World Premiere  
 
Ave Maria (SSSAAA)
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, March 15, 1997, New York Premiere  
 
Ave Maria (SSSAAA)
Saint Mary's College Women's Choir, Nancy Menk, Conductor, St. Peter's Catholic Church, Cleveland, Ohio, March 8, 1997, World Premiere  
 
Eight Romances
Sali Davis, Soprano, Kevin O'Donnell, Baritone, Michael Paine, Piano, The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Buckinghamshire, England, September 23, 1995, World Premiere  
 
The Snow That Never Drifts
San Francisco Lyric Chorus, Robert Gurney, Director, Dan Levitan, Harp, Trinity Episcopal Church, San Francisco, December 7, 2003, San Francisco Premiere  
 
Ave Maria (SSSAAA)
Seattle Pro Musica, Karen P. Thomas, Conductor, Town Hall, Seattle, December 9, 2006, Seattle Premiere  
 
O Magnum Mysterium
Seattle Pro Musica, Karen P. Thomas, Conductor, Town Hall, Seattle, December 9, 2006, Seattle Premiere  
 
In Paradisum
Seattle Bach Choir, Gregory Vancil, Director, Seattle, November 21, 2004, Seattle Premiere  
 
The Snow That Never Drifts
Seattle Choral Company, Fred Coleman, Conductor, Meany Theatre, Seattle, December 2, 2002, World Premiere  
 
Seattle
Seattle Choral Company (Juliana Rambaldi, Soprano, Carolyn Gronlund, Mezzo-Soprano, Wesley Rogers, Tenor, William Rhodes, Bass, The Seattle Choral Company Chorus and Orchestra, Fred Coleman, Conductor), Benaroya Hall, Seattle, November 4, 2001, World Premiere  
 
Rossetti Interludes
Seattle Choral Company, Fred Coleman, Conductor, Meany Theatre, Seattle, June 2, 1996, World Premiere  
 
Lux Æterna
Seattle Choral Company, Fred Coleman, Conductor, St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, October 18, 1996, World Premiere  
 
Songs of Kabir
Seattle Choral Company ( Lauren Wagner, Soprano, Kevin Helppie, Baritone, The Seattle Choral Company Chorus and Orchestra, Fred Coleman, Conductor), Meany Hall, Seattle, June 4, 1995, World Premiere  
 
Salve Regina
SHE Women's Vocal Ensemble, Sally Hoskins, Conductor, Grace & St. Paul's Church, New York City, November 20, 2004, New York Premiere   
 
Regina Cæli
SHE Women's Vocal Ensemble, Sally Hoskins, Conductor, Grace & St. Paul's Church, New York City, April 4, 2004, New York Premiere   
 
Der Abend und Abschied;
Deutsche Volkslieder
Singer Pur, Gewandhaus-Mendelssohn-Saal, Leipsig, Germany, May 7, 2007, Leipsig Premiere  
 
In Dulci Jubilo (arr.)
Singer Pur, "Winterzauber", Rossini-Saal, Bad Kissingen, Germany, December 23, 2006, World Premiere   
 
Im Schönsten Wiesengrunde
Singer Pur and SATB Choir, Atelierkoncert, XVI Europa Cantat 2006, Johanneskirche, Mainz, Germany, July 31, 2006, World Premiere   
 
Der Abend und Abschied
Singer Pur, Bachfest Stuttgart, Stiftskirche, Stuttgart, Germany, September 5, 2005, Stuttgart Premiere  
 
Der Abend und Abschied
Singer Pur, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, Alexanderkirche Marbach, Germany, July 30, 2005, World Premiere  
 

"In stiller Nacht"
from Deutsche Volkslieder

Singer Pur, Marktoberdorf, Germany, September 25, 2004, World Premiere  
 
Mozart Lieder (arr.)
Singer Pur, Große Aula der Universität, Salzburg, Austria, October 5, 2012, (Salzburger Bachgesellschaft), World Premiere   
 
Drei Momente
Singer Pur, Schwäbisch-Gmünd, Germany, January 24, 2002  
 
Mosella
(arr. from Two Motets)
Singers and Musicians of the Mosel Musikfestival, Joseph Groben, Director, Minoritenkirche, Merl, Luxembourg, September 22, 2017, World Premiere  
 
In Paradisum
South Bend Chamber Singers, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana, March 23, 2003, World Premiere  
 
Mass ("Our Lady of Loretto")
South Bend Chamber Singers and Orchestra, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Church of Our Lady of Loretto, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana, May 17, 2009, World Premiere  
 
Celia
South Bend Chamber Singers, Nancy Menk, Conductor, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana, May 31, 1998, World Premiere  
 
Six Antiphons for The Blessing of The Palms on Palm Sunday
St. Luke Choir, James Porterfield, Director, St. Luke Lutheran Church, Ithaca, New York, April 4, 1993, World Premiere  
 
"This is the Garden"
SYC Ensemble Singers, Jennifer Tham, Conductor, July 23, 2016, Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore, Singapore Premiere  
 
"This is the Garden"
SYC Ensemble Singers, Jennifer Tham, Conductor, December 15, 2015, The Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C., World Premiere  
 
Safe In Their Alabaster Chambers
Taft Collegium Musicum, Christopher P. Shepard, Conductor, Amy F. Bernon, Piano, Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York, March 31, 1996, New York Premiere  
 
O Magnum Mysterium
Taft Collegium Musicum, Christopher P. Shepard, Conductor, Eton College Chapel, Eton, England April 1, 1995, British Premiere  
 
O Magnum Mysterium
Taft Collegium Musicum, Christopher P. Shepard, Conductor, Washington, Connecticut, March 5, 1995, World Premiere  
 
Six Dickinson Settings
Talisman, St. Paul's Chapel, New York, October 26, 1987, World Premiere  
 
Shelley Songs (Nos. 2, 3, 6, 1)
Thomas Buckner, Baritone, Raymond Beegle, Piano, Herbst Theatre, San Francisco, June 12, 1999, World Premiere  
  The Rapture of Endymion Thomas Buckner, Baritone, Joseph Kubera, Piano, Merkin Concert Hall, New York, May 12, 1994, World Premiere.  
 
Four Reveries
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Chamber Choir, Earl Rivers, Director, American Choral Directors Association Central Division Regional Conference, Indianapolis, February, 2004, Indianapolis Premiere  
 
"Not One Sparrow is Forgotten"
University of Utah Singers, Dr. Brady R. Allred, Director, 11th International Chamber Choir Competition, Markoberdorf, Germany, June, 2009, German Premiere  
 
Flos ut Rosa Floruit
University of Utah Singers, Dr. Brady R. Allred, Director, Florilège Vocal de Tours, France, May, 2005, World Premiere  
 
Flos ut Rosa Floruit
Utah Choral Artists, Dr. Brady R. Allred, Director, Libby Gardner Concert Hall, Salt Lake City, October 29, 2005, US Premiere  
 
Four Reveries
Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, Conductor, Ryerson United Church, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2015, Vancouver Premiere  
 
Four Reveries
Vocal Arts Ensemble of Cincinnati, Earl Rivers, Conductor, Emery Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 7, 1995, World Premiere  
 
Three American Folk Hymns
Vocal Arts Ensemble of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, Earl Rivers, Conductor, Memorial Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 22, 2009, World Premiere  
 
Alleluia, Dies Sanctificatus
VOCE choral ensemble, Carol Hunter, Conductor, St. Catherine of Siena Church, Great Falls, Virginia, December 13, 1996, World Premiere  
 
"Mutability" (from Five Shelley Settings)
Washington Men's Camerata, Frank Albinder, Conductor, Terrace Theater, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., June 3, 2000, Washington, D.C. Premiere  
 
Magnificat
Wellesley College Chamber Singers, Lisa Graham, Conductor, Sage Chapel, Cornell University, April 3, 2004, Ithaca Premiere  
 
Magnificat
Wellesley College Choir with Brass Ensemble, Lisa Graham, Conductor, Christmas Vespers in Houghton Chapel, Wellesley, Massachusetts, December 7, 2003, World Premiere  
 
Four Reveries
West Chester University Concert Choir, David DeVenney, Director, Church For All Nations, New York January 16, 1999, New York Premiere  
 
O Magnum Mysterium
William Ferris Chorale, Paul French, Conductor, Symphony Center, Chicago, July 9, 2009, Symphony Center Premiere  
 
Alleluia, Dies Sanctificatus;
O Magnum Mysterium
William Ferris Chorale, Paul French, Conductor, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Chicago, December 5, 2008, Chicago Premieres  
 
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