Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth

http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera
May
2
7:03 pm19:03

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth

http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera
Apr
30
7:30 pm19:30

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth

http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera
Apr
29
2:00 pm14:00

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth

http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Apr
25
7:30 pm19:30

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth
http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Apr
23
7:00 pm19:00

Voir Dire: Fort Worth Opera

  • McDavid Studio at Bass Hall

Voir Dire, a chamber opera (2010, rev. 2016)

Music by Matthew Peterson; libretto by Jason Zencka.

Adapted from various court cases witnessed by the librettist during his time as a crime reporter, the opera takes place in a courtroom and plays out in a series of colorful vignettes that give audiences an insider's look into the fascinating , hilarious and often insanely bizarre world of legal drama

April 23 , 25, 29m, 30, May 2, 6, 2017 ( m=matinee) McDavid Studio, downtown Fort Worth
http://www.fwopera.org/opera/voir-dire/

Sung in English without supertitles
Regional Premiere I Part of FWOpera's Opera Unbound Series

CAST ( in various roles):
Nate Mattingly
Anna Laurenzo
Trevor Martin
Christina Pecce*
Andrew Surrena *

ARTISTIC TEAM:
Viswa Subbaraman * , conductor
David Gately, director

* denotes Fort Worth Opera debut season

Jan
14
7:00 pm19:00

Lifeboat: Washington National Opera

  • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

The three original one-act operas presented in two semi-staged concert performances on January 14, 2017 will each highlight a different aspect of American life and culture, and each has been inspired and informed by the ideals often ascribed to President Kennedy. These new works will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra conducted by Steven Osgood and will be performed in English. Following each performance there will be a Q&A session with the artists and creative team. Full casting for the three one-act operas, featuring members of WNO's Domingo-Cafritz Young.

Artist Program and other guest artists, will be announced soon.

What Gets Kept

Music by Frances Pollock

Libretto by Vanessa Moody

Amy, suffering from a terminal illness, has decided to pursue death on her own terms with medical assistance. While her teen daughter faces the situation head-on, her husband seeks to buy the family more time together. Embracing its unique blend of dark humor and deep compassion, the family navigates the difficult tasks of grieving for a living person and finding peace in the aftermath of loss. What Gets Kept champions the ideals of courage and creativity as the family interacts with death in brave and inventive ways. Harnessing the ideal of community, the family must balance the needs of the individual with those of the whole. A JFKC Commission.

Music by Zach Redler

Libretto by Jason Carlson

Adam is the story of the creation of the world's first sentient artificial human. Mirroring the spirit of President Kennedy's launch of the U.S. space program, Adam's creator Athena seeks her goals "...not because they are easy but because they are hard (JFK). She does so in the service of science and of her country...but is there justice in creating a being with free will for a purpose that he did not choose? Will Athena have the courage to stand by Adam against forces that would own his destiny? The ideals that inspire these questions would be as essential in such a future as they are now and as they were in the Kennedy era. A JFKC Commission.

Music by Matthew Peterson

Libretto by Emily Roller

Three refugees are stranded in an inflatable lifeboat out in the open ocean; they are the sole survivors of a shipwreck. After three days, tensions erupt between the strangers, who each fled the same conflict for different reasons. As their pasts are revealed, cooperation-and survival-seem unlikely. Lifeboat explores and challenges the ideals of courage, social justice, and service; can these ideals overcome major divides between people of different backgrounds and experiences? Can we all live in the same boat? A JFKC Commission.

Dec
18
2:30 pm14:30

Colorado Springs Philharmonic

  • Pikes Peak Center

Christmas Symphony

Penrose-St. Francis Holiday Performances

December 18, 2016 at 2:30 pm

 

Thomas Wilson conductor
Colorado Springs Chorale

 

 

Take time to enjoy the spirit of the season with holiday classics and Christmas favorites at this beloved concert including the local premiere of choruses from Mendelssohn’s Christus, Matthew Peterson's "Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant" and highlights from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Polar Express.

http://csphilharmonic.org/concert/christmas-symphony/

Malmö Symphony
Jun
2
10:00 am10:00

Malmö Symphony

  • Malmö Live

For the second year in a row, the Swedish Composers Association (FST) and the Royal Academy of Music have arranged a presentation day for the new Swedish orchestral music. This year it is organized in the newly built concert venue Malmo Live, with the Malmo Symphony Orchestra as hosts. June 2 the orchestra will perform 10 short pieces for a specially invited audience of the program committee and conductors, in order to extend and broaden the Swedish orchestra repertoire.

Interest was great among composers and orchestral institutions, and among 58 submitted works a committee of two composers and two conductors have selected the following:

  • Anders Emilsson (f 1963) A ride into the wood
  • Kim Hedås (f 1965) RE:CAI:O
  • Daniel Hjorth (f 1973) SYMPHONY no 1 – ”Time Changes”
  • Reine Jönsson (f 1960) Den sorgsna vargen
  • Maria Lithell Flyg (f 1965) In and Out
  • Anna-Lena Laurin (f 1962) Persephone. Version II. For symphony orchestra
  • David Lennartsson (f 1973) Waves - a beautiful noise / wafted across
  • Jim O’Leary (f 1971) Sixty-three
  • Matthew Peterson (f 1984) And all the trees of the field will clap their hands
  • Jonas Valfridsson (f 1980) Temples of Kamakura – sats I. Engaku-ji
Tartu University (Estonia)
Mar
31
7:00 pm19:00

Tartu University (Estonia)

  • Tartu University

March 31, 2016: The Academic Women's Choir of the University of Tartu perform Matthew Peterson's work "Surgit Dorpatum", commissioned by the Chamber Choir of University of Tartu, in honor of the choir's 70th anniversary.

Feb
28
6:00 pm18:00

Jönköpings Sinfonietta - Spira

  • Jönköpings Konserthus

Jönköpings Sinfonietta plays works by Peterson, Saint-Saens, and Bizet. Featuring  cellist Jakob Koranyi, conducted by Paul Mägi

At 17:15, join us for a 45 minute pre concert introduction in the teatersalongen.

Program:

Peterson - And all the trees of the field will clap their hands.
Saint-Saëns - Cellokonsert No. 1
-PAUS-
Bizet - Symphony No. 1 in C-Dur

tickets: https://www.smot.se/saint-saens-cellokonsert/

Feb
4
7:30 pm19:30

Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble

  • Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall

Benjamin Bolter and Vincent Povázsay, conductors; Matthew Peterson, guest composer

Alex Mincek, Poco a Poco
Luis Fernando Amaya, new work
Matthew Peterson, Tumult and Flood (world premiere)
Julia Wolfe, Tell Me Everything

Tickets are $8 for the general public and $5 for students with a valid ID.

Buy Tickets

Dec
12
7:30 pm19:30

Holland Symphony Orchestra

  • Dimnent Chapel

HOLLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA HOLIDAY CONCERT, featuring Matthew Peterson's "Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant"

 

Saturday, December 12, 2015
3:30 and 7:30pm

Dimnent Chapel, Hope College

277 College Avenue, Holland

CONCERT INFORMATION

This collaborative concert with the Holland Chorale features seasonal light classics, traditional carols and holiday pops.

Tickets are available online, at the Symphony office or at the door the evening of the concert.  Cost:  $20 Adults, $5 Students through college

Dec
12
3:30 pm15:30

Holland Symphony Orchestra

  • Dinment Chapel

HOLLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA HOLIDAY CONCERT, featuring Matthew Peterson's "Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant"

 

Saturday, December 12, 2015
3:30 and 7:30pm

Dimnent Chapel, Hope College
277 College Avenue, Holland

CONCERT INFORMATION

This collaborative concert with the Holland Chorale features seasonal light classics, traditional carols and holiday pops.

Tickets are available online, at the Symphony office or at the door the evening of the concert.  Cost:  $20 Adults, $5 Students through college

Oct
24
3:00 pm15:00

Västerås Sinfonietta - Östersund

  • Östersund Sweden

Matthew Peterson's "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands," winner of the 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling, will open a concert featuring works by Saint-Saens, Ives, and Gershwin, and cello soloist Andreas Brantelid (Saint-Saens cello concerto 1), conducted by Andrea Quinn.

Saturday October 24, 15.00
Östersund

PROGRAM:

Matthew Peterson
And all the trees of the field will clap their hands
Camille Saint-Saens 
Cellokonsert Nr. 1
Charles Ives
The Unanswered Question
George Gershwin
An American in Paris

Oct
22
7:00 pm19:00

Västerås Sinfonietta

  • Västerås Konserthus

Matthew Peterson's "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands," winner of the 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling, will open a concert featuring works by Saint-Saens, Ives, and Gershwin, and cello soloist Andreas Brantelid (Saint-Saens cello concerto 1), conducted by Andrea Quinn.

Thursday October 22, 19.00
Västerås Konserthus
Entré: 100/310 SEK
Barn och unga (0-18 år): Fri Entré

PROGRAM:

Matthew Peterson
And all the trees of the field will clap their hands
Camille Saint-Saens 
Cellokonsert Nr. 1
Charles Ives
The Unanswered Question
George Gershwin
An American in Paris
 

Oct
10
3:00 pm15:00

Dalasinfoniettan - Falun

  • Kristinehallen

Dalasinfoniettan celebrates 25 years with a jubileum concert, featuring conductor Catherine Winnes, clarinetist Jonas Viklund, and composer Matthew Peterson.

M Peterson - "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands"

C Nielsen - Clarinet Concerto, op. 57

J Sibelius - Pelleas et Melisande

(more works TBD, 2 hours with pause)

tickets: 230kr at door, 210 in advance (www.dalasinfoniettan.se), 100 for students and children.

Oct
9
7:00 pm19:00

Dalasinfoniettan - Ludvika

  • Aveny Folkets Hus

Dalasinfoniettan celebrates 25 years with a jubileum concert, featuring conductor Catherine Winnes, clarinetist Jonas Viklund, and composer Matthew Peterson.

M Peterson - "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands"

C Nielsen - Clarinet Concerto, op. 57

J Sibelius - Pelleas et Melisande

(more works TBD, 2 hours with pause)

tickets: 200kr at door

Oct
8
7:00 pm19:00

Dalasinfonietta - Orsa

  • Orsa Kyrka

Dalasinfoniettan celebrates 25 years with a jubileum concert, featuring conductor Catherine Winnes, clarinetist Jonas Viklund, and composer Matthew Peterson.

M Peterson - "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands"

C Nielsen - Clarinet Concerto, op. 57

J Sibelius - Pelleas et Melisande

(more works TBD, 2 hours with pause)

May
15
7:00 pm19:00

Gävle Symfoni Orkester

  • Gävle Konserthus

Fredag 15 maj 2015 / Gevaliasalen 19.00 / Prisgrupp 1: 285 kr Prisgrupp 2: 255 kr Prisgrupp 3: 20 kr (stud/barn)

Chefdirigent Jaime Martín
Esther Yoo: violin

Peterson: And all the trees of the fields will clap their hands
Brahms: Violinkonsert
Brahms: Serenad nr 1 i D dur

Apr
18
3:00 pm15:00

Nordiska Kammarorkestern

  • Multrå Kyrka

Saturday April 18: Multrå Kyrka, Multrå, Sweden

"Guest conductor Shi-Yeon Sung shows a body-language, intensity, and musical brilliance in expression and will that one seldom gets to see."

Pianist Johan Fröst will perform Shostakovich's Piano Concerto Nr. 1. He has concertized across Scandinavia, USA, Canada, England, Germany, Spain, Hong Kong, and Russia. 

The concert will also feature the winning work from the 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling, Matthew Peterson's "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands," a rhythmically vital and shimmering work."

Tickets available HERE

Apr
17
7:00 pm19:00

Nordiska Kammarorkestern

  • Härnosands domkyrka

Friday April 17, 19:00: Domkyrkan, Härnösand, Sweden

"Guest conductor Shi-Yeon Sung shows a body-language, intensity, and musical brilliance in expression and will that one seldom gets to see."

Pianist Johan Fröst will perform Shostakovich's Piano Concerto Nr. 1. He has concertized across Scandinavia, USA, Canada, England, Germany, Spain, Hong Kong, and Russia. 

The concert will also feature the winning work from the 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling, Matthew Peterson's "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands," a rhythmically vital and shimmering work."

Tickets available HERE

Apr
16
7:00 pm19:00

Nordiska Kammarorkestern

  • Tonhallen

Thursday April 16, 19:00: Tonhallen, Sundsvall, Sweden

"Guest conductor Shi-Yeon Sung shows a body-language, intensity, and musical brilliance in expression and will that one seldom gets to see."

Pianist Johan Fröst will perform Shostakovich's Piano Concerto Nr. 1. He has concertized across Scandinavia, USA, Canada, England, Germany, Spain, Hong Kong, and Russia. 

The concert will also feature the winning work from the 2014 Uppsala Tonsättartävling, Matthew Peterson's "And all the trees of the field will clap their hands," a rhythmically vital and shimmering work."

Tickets available HERE

Mar
7
8:00 pm20:00

Freya Quartet

  • The Maker Theater

The Maker Theater, Pittsburgh, PA:

Come on out of your winter hibernation with some music guaranteed to warm your heart! Freya String Quartet will be presenting Haydn's Quartet in D Minor 'Fifths', Matthew Peterson's 'Badlands' and Brahms String Quartet in A Minor.


Tickets are available at the door.
$12 general admission
$10 students and seniors

Feb
28
7:30 pm19:30

Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra - Hyperborea

  • Empire Arts Center

The theme of the GGFSO's 2014-15 season is "Nordic Moods -  a Feast of Scandinavian Music."

In their fourth concert, "Nordic Romance," the GGFSO features "Hyperborea," a stunning orchestral soundscape by composer and Grand Forks native Matthew Peterson, who will be present at the concert.

More information HERE

Jan
16
8:00 pm20:00

Minnesota Orchestra Future Classics Concert

  • Orchestra Hall

The Minnesota Orchestra’s 12th annual Composer Institute will be held the week of January 12, 2015, and will culminate in a public Future Classics concert on January 16, led by Music Director Osmo Vänskä. The composers chosen for the 2013 Composer Institute, which was cancelled due to the Orchestra’s labor dispute, have been offered the opportunity to participate in the 2015 program.

KATI AGÓCS 
Boston, Massachusetts: Perpetual Summer

EUGENE BIRMAN 
Oxford, England: Tomorrow, at Dawn

TEXU KIM
Bloomington, Indiana: Splash!

LOREN LOIACONO
Ithaca, New York: Stalks, Hounds

EVAN MEIER 
College Park, Maryland: Fire Music

MATTHEW PETERSON 
Stockholm, Sweden: Hyperborea

MICHAEL SCHACHTER 
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Freylekhe Tanzen

More information HERE