Stephen Feigenbaum, composer
Friction Quartet performed Strange Dances on January 12, 2014, in The Firehouse Space, Brooklyn, New York, and on January 26, 2013, at the Old First Concert Series, at the Old First Church in San Francisco.
Strange Dances was performed by Friction Quartet in the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival on January 8, 2014, at Hyampom Community Hall, Hyampom,CA, on January 9 at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center, Weaverville, CA, and on January 10 at Old City Hall, Redding, CA.
Cathexis performed Angel at fortyfivedownstairs' in Melbourne, Australia on December 16th, 2013.
On December 11, 2013, Stephen Feigenbaum performed his Elegy for violin and piano with violinist Jessica Oddie at the ASCAP Foundation’s 18th Annual Awards Ceremony, which was held at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Allen Room in the Time Warner Building in New York City.
On November 26, 2013, Suspended Animation was played on WQXR, New York.
Delphi Chamber Orchestra performed Broken Light on October 26 and 27, 2013, at Von der Mehden Hall at the University of Connecticut, and at First and Summerfield Methodist Church in New Haven, Connecticut.
The Esoterics performed Come Back on September 20, 2013, at Queen Anne Christian Church in Seattle and again on September 21 at West St Joseph Catholic Church and September 22 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, both also in Seattle.
Angel was performed by t8ts at Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village on September 4, 2013.
On August 18, 2013, When the Sun Rose Up This Morning (lyrics by Mark Sonnenblick) was played on WQXR.
Ashley Bathgate and Charlie Magnone performed Violet on July 31, 2013, at Bang on a Can Summer Festival at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA .
Angel was premiered on July 29, 2013, at the Bang on a Can Summer Festival at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA .
July 12, 2013, I'd Rather be a Stoner in the Summer, and When the Sun Rose up this Morning, from Independents were performed by Mint'd, presented by the New York Music Theater Festival at Pershing Square Signature Center in New York City.
June 22, 2013, Serenade for Strings was broadcast by WETA in Arlington, VA, as part of the From the Top Uncommon Combos Highlight Show.
Slow Dances for double bass and piano was performed by Michael Cameron (double bass) and Casey Dierlam (piano) on Thursday, June 6, 3 PM, at Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music, for the convention of the International Society of Bassists.
June 1, 2013, the Yale Glee Club performed Home, lyrics by Elisa Gonzalez, at the Tianjin Grand Theater, in Tianjin, China.
The Last Cyclist (incidential music by Stephen Feigenbaum) was performed from May 30 to June 9, 2013, at the West End Theatre at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew in New York City.
Finish Every Day was premiered by the NEC Youth Chorale under Jonathan Richter on May 29th at 7:30 PM at Jordan Hall in Boston.
May 21, 2013, Home was performed by the Yale Glee Club in Sanders Theater at Harvard.
May 21, 2013, Suspended Animation was broadcast on WQXR, New York.
The Yale Glee Club premiered Home at its Yale Commencement concert in Sprague Hall on May 18, 2013.
April 30, 2013, The Yale Choral Society performed When the Sun Rose Up the Morning lyrics by Mark Sonnenblick.
April 29,, 2013, Voices of the Knight and Knightingales performed When the Sun Rose Up this Morning.
April 28, 2013, Serenade for Strings was broadcast by WCLV in Cleveland, OH as part of the From the Top Uncommon Combos Highlight Show.
April 27, 2013, Serenade for Strings was broadcast by WQXR in New York as part of the From the Top Uncommon Combos Highlight Show.
April 23, 2013, Serenade for Strings was broadcast on WSMC in Collegedale, TN.
April 22, 2013, Serenade for Strings was broadcast on Dayton Public Radio, WDPR.
April 13, 2013, Short and Sweet was premiered by the Yale Concert Band at Woolsey Hall in New Haven.
April 17, 18, 21, and 22, 2013, When the Sun Rose Up this Morning was broadcast on WCRB in Boston.
March 28 through March 31, 2013, ten shows of Abyss, a full length multi-media show by Charlie Polinger, Matthew George, and Stephen Feigenbaum, was presented at 278 Park Street, New Haven, Connecticut.
March 10, 2013, Matthew Russo premiered Feedback Loop Death for trombone and piano at the Hartt School in Hartford, Connecticut.
The song Flatlander, lyrics by Elisa Gonzalez, was premiered and performed by Rodney Lister and Charles Blandy in the Tsai Center at Boston University (March 6, 2013), at the Forge in London (March 10, 2013), and at the University of Manchester, England (March 14, 2013).
February 7, 2013, Cliff Notes was premiered by New Music New Haven in Sprague Hall at Yale.
January 20, 2013, the Boston Children's Chorus performed When the Sun Rose Up this Morning in their annual Martin Luther Kind Day concert in Jordan Hall in Boston (also broadcast on WGBH)
December 28, 2012, Escape Velocity was performed by Brian Ellingsen at Pete's in Brooklyn, NY.
The Philharmonia Symphony of Yale premiered My Shade on December 6, 2012, in Woolsey Hall at Yale.
October 21, 2012, Songs of Sorrow and Hope was performed by The Omaha Public Schools’ Holocaust Remembrance Choir at Dundee Presbyterian Church, Omaha, NE.
Dances was performed On October 4, 2012, in Sprague Hall at Yale, at a New Music New Haven concert.
On September 22, 2012, Sacra/Profana and the San Diego Children's Choir performed Fog Dream at St. Michael's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church.
A new musical, Independents, with songs composed by Stephen Feigenbaum, was performed in August and September, 2012, in the New York International Fringe Festival.
Fake Out was performed at Greenwood music camp on July 28, 2012.
On July 6, 2012, a new musical, Caius Martius, was performed at The Griffin Museum, Winchester, MA.
On June 17, 2012, at a concert of New Music on the Point at the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, the JACK quartet performed the first movement of Dances.
The Mountain Lion was performed on June 16, 2012, at a concert for New Music on the Point at the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, concerts.
June 1, 2012, at First Church Congregational, Cambridge, MA, and June 3rd, 2012, at Old South Church, Boston, the Boston Choral Ensemble performed The Mountain Lion, commissioned by the Ensemble.
April 29, 2012, music commissioned by the Terezin Music Foundation was performed as part of the play The Last Cyclist at The Czech Center, Bohemian National Hall, New York City.
April 14, 2012, Landings was performed by the Yale Syphony Orchestra at Woolsey Hall in New Haven.
April 12, 2012, Sonata for Double Bass and Piano was performed in Sprague Hall at Yale by students at the Yale School of Music in the New Music New Haven program.
March 29, 2012, Gatekeeper, lyrics by Elisa Gonzalez, was performed in Sprague Hall at Yale by students of the Yale School of Music in the New Music New Haven program.
March 22, 2012, Fog Dream (text by Elisa Gonzalez) was performed by the Yale Camerata at Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Lbrary at Yale.
February 2, 2012, Fantasy for oboe and piano was performed at New Music New Haven in Sprague Hall at Yale.
January 29, 2012, Fog Dream (text by Elisa Gonzalez) was performed by the Yale Camerata in the Fountain Music Series at the First Congregational Church in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
2008 -2011 performances
December 17, 2011, at a recital at the Pro Musica Series in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, violinist Andrew Sords (accompanied by pianist Elizabeth deMio) performed Elegy.
November 20, 2011, the University of New Orleans Wind Ensemble performed Rooms by the Sea at the Louisiana Music Educators Association State Convention, Baton Rouge, LA.
November 18, 2011, the University of New Orleans Wind Ensemble performed Rooms by the Sea at the University.
October 17, 2011, Rooms by the Sea was performed by the Eastman Wind Ensemble in Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY.
September 11, 2011, at the Hatch Shell in Boston, a program marking the tenth anniversary of 9/11 included an arrangement by Stephen of God Bless America performed by the Boston Pops Brass Ensemble and the Boston Children's Chorus.
June 12, 2011, at Holy Cross Church in Santa Cruz, California, and on June 18, 2011, at Mission Santa Clara de Asis in Santa Clara, California, the Choral Project performed Grant us Peace. in their Voices of Crystal concert.
May 19, 2011, the Albany Symphony Orchestra read Murmur in its Composer to Center Stage program.
May 13, 2011, Molly Yeh premiered Life and Death of a Toy in her senior recital at the Juilliard School.
May 6, 2011, the University of New Orleans Wind Ensemble performed Rooms by the Sea.
May 6, 2011, the Vancouver Chamber choir premiered The Fieldmouse, based on the poem by Cecil Frances Alexander, in their Youth and Music 2011 concert at Ryerson United Church in Vancouver, British Columbia.
April 28, 29, and 30, SiC InC, co-founded by Stephen, performed a new piece of his in their spring show at Yale.
April 5, 2011, the JACK Quartet premiered Parachute Dance at Beinecke library at Yale.
April 1, 2011, Grooves and Ruts was performed in a show called Internal/External Combustion, presented by Contemporaneous, at Bard College (Chapel of the Holy Innocents); repeated on April 2 at Colony Cafe (Woodstock, NY).
March 24, 25, and 26, 2011, Yale undergraduates performed an original musical adaptation of Flannery O'Connor's Wise Blood, with book and lyrics by Matthew George and music by Stephen Feigenbaum, at the Off Broadway Theater at Yale.
February 25, 2011, the Berkeley College Orchestra premiered Sketch of a Windy Beach in the Berkeley College Dining Hall at Yale.
February 19 and 20, 2011, Sacra/Profana performed Clair de Lune in San Diego.
February 9, 2011, Ashley Tini and Jude Mollenhauer performed Landings at the University of Kansas.
January 8, 2011, Andrew Sords (accompanied by Anita Pontremoli) performed Elegy at the Flagler College Auditorium (presented by the EMMA Concert Association); also performed at the Bethel Methodist Church on the island of Anguilla on Feburary 2, 2011.
January 30, 2011, Dinosaur Annex performed Tread in a concert at the Goethe Institut-Boston in Boston, Massachusetts.
January 4, 2011, TwoSense (Lisa Moore and Ashley Bathgate) performed Suspended Animation at (Le) Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village.
October 15, 2010, the Chamber Orchestra of Boston performed Serenade for Strings and The Last Straw on First Church in Boston.
September 26, 2010, in the Grand Montgomery Chamber Music and Concert Series, Montgomery, NY. and October 2, 2010, at Firehouse 12 in New Haven, Lisa Moore and Ashley Bathgate premiered Suspended Animation in a concert produced by TwoSense.
September 20, 2010, Isaac Pastor-Chermak performed Push Comes to Shove in the Albert Elkus Room, Morrison Hall, University of California, Berkeley.
August 4, 2010, Nick Bleisch, violin, Clare Monfredo, cello, and Naomi Woo, piano, performed Landings at the Studzinski Recital Hall in the Bowdoin International Music Festival.
August 3, 2010, Matthew Weber, doublebass, and Naomi Woo, piano, performed Streetlight Promenade at the Studzinski Recital Hall in the Bowdoin International Music Festival
July 14, 2010,
Rachel Koblyakov, violin, and the composer, piano,
July 11, 2010, Alex Barstow, accompanied by the composer, performed Tread at the Studzinski Recital Hall in the Bowdoin International Music Festival.
July 10, 2010, Brian Ellingsen performed Escape Velocity in the Never Ending Music Series at Never Ending Books in New Haven.
July 5, 2010, Isaac Pastor-Chermak performed Push Comes to Shove in the Plaza Concert Series at the 1912 Center in Moscow Idaho.
June 5-6, 2010, the Nashua Chamber Orchestra, conducted by David Feltner, performed Speak, Sing, Whale, in their Whales and Mermaids concert.
May 20, 2010, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Robert Bernhardt, conductor, performed Serenade for Strings in Enmax Hall, Winspear Centre.
April 30 2010, the College Choir of Naugatuck Valley Community College performed Songs of Sorrow and Hope at the St. Thomas More Chapel at Yale.
April 29, 2010, the student-run Berkeley College Orchestra premiered Murmur, on its final concert of the season, in Battell Chapel at Yale.
April 18, 2010, the Battell Chapel Choir premiered Easter Wings in the Sunday morning service at Battell Chapel at Yale.
April 11, 2010, the Quincy Choral Society performed Songs of Sorrow and Hope at the Holocaust Remebrance Day ceremonies at Temple Israel in Boston.
February 28, 2010, the Yale Camerata premiered The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls at Yale's Woolsey Hall in New Haven.
February 21, 2010, Stephen conducted the Jonathan Edwards Chamber Orchestra in the premiere of his piece, Fanfare for a New Day, in Battell Chapel at Yale.
December 13, 2009, Brian Ellingsen performed Escape Velocity
December 11, 2009, Tommy Mesa and Konstantine Valianatos performed Tread in a recital at Morse Recital Hall, Juilliard.
November 10, 2009, Fifth House Ensemble performed a horn trio, All's Swell, at a concert at Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
November 1, 2009, Songs of Sorrow and Hope was performed by the New England Conservatory YouthChorale at the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation gala in the Higginson Ballroom at Symphony Hall in Boston.
October 13, 2009, trombonist Achilles Liarmakopoulos premiered Krakatoa in a recital at Sprague Hall at Yale.
September 2, 2009, the Quincy Choral Society performed Songs of Sorrow and Hope at a concert at Orchard Cove Retirement Community in Canton (Mass.).
August 7, 2009, The Quincy Choral Society performed Songs of Sorrow and Hope at the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague, Czech Republic.
July 15, 2009, We All Need Our Space, for clarinet and flute was performed at the Concert Hall of the New Synagogue, Berlin, Germany.
June 14, 2009, Boston Landmarks Orchestra performed Speak, Sing, Whale at Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachuestts.
May 31, 2009, Monsoon Season, commissioned by the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, was premiered by the Orchestra in Dinkelspiel Auditorium at Stanford University. The Orchestra also performed the work on June 20 in Dunsmuir, California, and June 22 in Ashland, Oregon (at the Utah Shakespeare Festival), June 27, 2009, at Sanders Theater at Harvard, June 28 in Battell Chapel at Yale, June 30 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, and July 3 at the Baltimore Art Museum.
May 24, 2009, Entreaty was premiered at the Yale Divinity School Commencement in New Haven.
May 4, 2009, Molly Yeh and Liam Burke premiered Focusing, for clarinet and marimba, at the Juilliard School.
May 2, 2009, at Lindsey Chapel at Emmanuel Church (15 Newbury St., Boston), and May 3, 2009, at St. John's Episcopal Church (74 Pleasant St., Arlington, MA), the Cambridge Chamber Singers, in their O Joyous Spring! concert performed Clair de Lune, winner of their 12th annual composition competition.
May 1, 2009, the Vancouver Chamber Choir premiered Songs of Sorrow and Hope at Ryerson United Church (2195 West 45 Avenue at Yew Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada). The composition was a finalist in the College/University category of the Vancouver Chamber Choir's 9th Biennial Young Composers Competition.
April 5, 2009, Resignation, a work for Palm Sunday based on a text by J.D. McClatchy, was premiered by the Yale Camerata at Woolsey Hall in New Haven.
On April 2, 2009, at Throckmorton, Mill Valley, California, and on April 6, 2009, at the Green Room, San Francisco, Boiling Point (the 2008 winner of the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble Composition Competition) received its West Coast premiere by the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble.
March 3, 2009, Argento Chamber Ensemble premiered Focusing at Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale.
March 1, 2009, Stephen Chen and the Ezra Stiles College Wind Ensemble premiered Tread, a piece for solo alto saxophone and wind ensemble, at First and Summerfield United Methodist Church, New Haven.
February 27, 2009, Anthology, a women's quartet based in Boston, premiered Hymn, at the First Parish Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The performance was repeated on March 1, 2009, at Christ Church in Andover, Massachusetts, and on April 19, 2009, at the First Parish Church in Cohasset, Massachusetts.
February 25, 2009, Colin Brookes performed Trap at the Juilliard School.
February 5, 2009, Damian Blattler, Ezra Seltzer, and Dennis Petrunin premiered Cut and Grow, a work inspired by the photography of Jan Groover, at the Yale Art Gallery.
February 3, 2009, New Triad for Collaborative Arts premiered Catalyst, a new art song based on a poem by Rebecca Dinerstein, at Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale.
December 11, 2008, Cursory, based on a poem by Rebecca Dinerstein, was premiered by Emily Misch and Lee Dionne in the Silliman College Common Room at Yale.
December 10, 2008, the Yale Percussion Group premiered Gear Shift for percussion ensemble at Whitney Humanities Center auditorium at Yale.
December 8, 2008, a song for musical theater was premiered by Miles Jacoby at Whitney Humanities Center auditorium at Yale.
November 19, 2008, Woolsey Hall at Yale, the Yale Concert Band premieres an arrangement of Grooves and Ruts.
November 8, 2008, Warble and Wail was premiered in recital by Alison Hale, in Brattleboro, Vermont.
October 24, 25, and 26, 2008, the Cincinnati Pops performed Serenade for Strings at its Pops Weekend--Pops from the Top concert at Music Hall in Cincinnati.
June 26, 2008, New Music Recitals at Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Norfolk, Connecticut, premiere of Grooves and Ruts.
May 24, 2008, Blacksmith House, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Loosely-coupled independent dame, a song for which Paul Turner wrote the lyrics, performed by Bonnie MacLoed at a songwriters showcase sponsored by the Boston Cabaret Association.
May 13, 2008, Upper Arlington High School Auditorium, Upper Arlington, Ohio: Serenade for Strings performed by the Upper Arlington High School Symphony Strings.
May 4, 2008, Duncan Recital Hall, Rice University, Houston: Premiere of Tread for bassoon and piano by Tracy Jacobson.
April 30, 2008, New Haven: Premiere of a piece for piano, prepared piano, and choreography, featuring Annie Rosen, soprano, choreographer.
Clair de Lune was premiered on March 2, 2008, by Yale Camerata at Woolsey Hall, New Haven.
Landings was premiered on February 28, 2008, at Whitney Humanities Center, New Haven, by counter)induction and performed by The Anonymous Three in Moscow, Idaho, on February 29, 2008, at the Music School Recital Hall.
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