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Philharmonie
Munich, Germany
Saturday, 7 October 2017 - 7:00 PM
The Munich Philharmonic and guest conductor James Gaffigan will give the world premiere performances of composer Geoffrey Gordon's new concerto for trumpet and orchestra, CHASE, commissioned for esteemed soloist Guido Segers. CHASE is inspired by the works of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). The program also includes Mahler's Sixth Symphony in A minor - "Tragic".
Presenter: Munich Philharmonic
Gordon: CHASE (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra)
Artist: Guido Segers (Trumpet)
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Mahler: Symphony no 6 in A minor "Tragic"
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Philharmonie
Munich, Germany
Sunday, 8 October 2017 - 11:00 AM
The Munich Philharmonic and guest conductor James Gaffigan will give the world premiere performances of composer Geoffrey Gordon's new concerto for trumpet and orchestra, CHASE, commissioned for esteemed soloist Guido Segers. CHASE is inspired by the works of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). The program also includes Mahler's Sixth Symphony in A minor - "Tragic".
Presenter: Munich Philharmonic
Gordon: CHASE (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra)
Artist: Guido Segers (Trumpet)
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Mahler: Symphony no 6 in A minor "Tragic"
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Philharmonie
Munich, Germany
Monday, 9 October 2017 - 8:00 PM
The Munich Philharmonic and guest conductor James Gaffigan will give the world premiere performances of composer Geoffrey Gordon's new concerto for trumpet and orchestra, CHASE, commissioned for esteemed soloist Guido Segers. CHASE is inspired by the works of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). The program also includes Mahler's Sixth Symphony in A minor - "Tragic".
Presenter: Munich Philharmonic
Gordon: CHASE (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra)
Artist: Guido Segers (Trumpet)
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Mahler: Symphony no 6 in A minor "Tragic"
Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Sofia Live Club
Sofia, Bulgaria
Sunday, 15 October 2017 - 5:00 PM
Geoffrey Gordon's FATHOMS sonata for cello and piano, after Shakespeare's Tempest, receives its Bulgarian premiere as part of the first inaugural Concordia Festival in Sophia, 15 October 2017, with Cellist Toke Moldrup (for whom the work was commissioned) and pianist Steven Beck.
Presenter: Concordia Festival
Gordon: FATHOMS (Five Impressions with Prelude of the Tempest for cello and piano)
Artists: Steven Beck (Piano); Toke Møldrup (Cello)
Schwartz Center for Performing Arts
Atlanta, Georgia
Friday, 20 October 2017 - 8:00 PM
The Emory University Wind Ensemble and conductor Paul Bhasin will perform composer Geoffrey Gordon's new work, ROCKS, as part of a concert at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, in Atlanta.

ROCKS is a work in five movements for symphonic winds, brass, piano, harp, percussion and double bass, inspired by the textures and sonic implications of five rocks: glassy, volcanic obsidian; dry, crisp slate; luxurious blue lapis; magical amethyst; and intense, burning sulfur.

ROCKS was commissioned by a consortium of 21 universities in the United States and Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
Presenter: Emory University
Gordon: ROCKS
Ensemble: Emory Wind Ensemble
Conductor: Paul Bhasin
Arnold Schönberg Center
Vienna, Austria
Friday, 16 March 2018 - 7:30 PM
Two world premieres from composer Geoffrey Gordon are combined with works of composer Arnold Schoenberg in a recital program at the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna, featuring singers Tobias Greenhalgh (baritone) and Natalia Kawalek (mezzo soprano) and pianist Julius Drake. Mr. Gordon's settings of the Wallace Stevens poem, Peter Quince at the Clavier, commissioned for Mr. Greenhalgh, and six sonnets from poet Pablo Neruda, for baritone, mezzo soprano and piano (Sonnets from Neruda), will be interwoven with songs from the extensive catalogue of legendary composer Arnold Schoenberg, in a program designed to illustrate the ecstasy of composing.
Presenter: Arnold Schoenberg Center Vienna
Schoenberg: Songs (6), Op. 3
Artists: Natalia Kawalek (Mezzo Soprano); Tobias Greenhalgh (Baritone); Julius Drake (Piano)
Gordon: Peter Quince at the Clavier
Artists: Tobias Greenhalgh (Baritone); Julius Drake (Piano)
Schoenberg: Songs (4), Op. 2
Artists: Tobias Greenhalgh (Baritone); Julius Drake (Piano)
Gordon: Sonnets from Neruda
Artists: Natalia Kawalek (Mezzo Soprano); Tobias Greenhalgh (Baritone); Julius Drake (Piano)
Schoenberg: Songs (2), Op. 1
Artists: Tobias Greenhalgh (Baritone); Julius Drake (Piano)
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Gordon: Shock Diamonds
Gordon: Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Cello
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Gordon: Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra
Gordon: Abaciscus (for string quartet)
Gordon: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra (after Thomas Mann's Doktor Faustus)
Gordon: Duo Sonata
Gordon: Winterleben
Gordon: FATHOMS (Five Impressions with Prelude of the Tempest for cello and piano)
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