smooth fat nasty: Cal Poly

H.P. Davidson Music Center (map)

Laura Kramer performs "smooth fat nasty" for baritone saxophone at a Cal Poly Faculty Showcase Recital. 6:30PM on Friday, October 19 at Davidson Music Center. Tickets $5.

http://music.calpoly.edu/calendar/special/#showcase

Två motetter: Sofia Vokalensemble

Två motetter: Sofia Vokalensemble

Sofia Kyrka (map)

Bengt Ollén and Sofia Vokalensemble give the world premiere performances of Matthew Peterson's "Adoramus Te" and "Cantate Domino" for a cappella mixed choir. 

Northern Symphony Orchestra

Marie W. Heider Center for the Arts (map)

Join the Northern Symphony Orchestra for a concert of holiday favorite and orchestra repertoire, including Matthew Peterson’s “Dawn, Redeeming, Radiant”.

https://northernsymphonyorchestra.org/season-calendar

Northern Symphony Orchestra

Anoka High School (map)

Join the Northern Symphony Orchestra for a concert of holiday favorites and orchestra repertoire, including Matthew Peterson’s “Dawn, Redeeming, Radiant”.

https://northernsymphonyorchestra.org/season-calendar

Vingar, Virvlar: Stockholm

Sundbybergs kyrka (map)

Saxophonists Linn Persson and Kristin Uglar perform the world premiere of composer Matthew Peterson’s “Vingar, Virvlar” (wings, vortices) for soprano and tenor saxophone at a free lunch concert at Sundbybergs Kyrka.

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

Skoglund Auditorium (map)

For many people, over several generations, the celebration of the Advent – Christmas – Epiphany season begins with the annual St. Olaf Christmas Festival, a century-old tradition of the college.

This year’s Christmas Festival begins with the St. Olaf Orchestra and maestro Steven Amundson performing Matthew Peterson’s lush and lyrical Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant, originally commissioned for the festival in 2012.

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

Skoglund Auditorium (map)

For many people, over several generations, the celebration of the Advent – Christmas – Epiphany season begins with the annual St. Olaf Christmas Festival, a century-old tradition of the college.

This year’s Christmas Festival begins with the St. Olaf Orchestra and maestro Steven Amundson performing Matthew Peterson’s lush and lyrical Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant, originally commissioned for the festival in 2012.

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

Skoglund Auditorium (map)

For many people, over several generations, the celebration of the Advent – Christmas – Epiphany season begins with the annual St. Olaf Christmas Festival, a century-old tradition of the college.

This year’s Christmas Festival begins with the St. Olaf Orchestra and maestro Steven Amundson performing Matthew Peterson’s lush and lyrical Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant, originally commissioned for the festival in 2012.

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

St. Olaf Christmas Festival

Skoglund Auditorium (map)

For many people, over several generations, the celebration of the Advent – Christmas – Epiphany season begins with the annual St. Olaf Christmas Festival, a century-old tradition of the college.

This year’s Christmas Festival begins with the St. Olaf Orchestra and maestro Steven Amundson performing Matthew Peterson’s lush and lyrical Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant, originally commissioned for the festival in 2012.

Dayton Philharmonic

Dayton Philharmonic

Schuster Center (map)

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance continues its biennial Hometown Holiday event, ringing in the season with music both sacred and celebratory, including Matthew Peterson’s "Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant.”

http://daytonperformingarts.org/1819/philharmonic-superpops/hometown-holiday

Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant: San Antonio

First Baptist Church (map)

First Baptist Church’s annual Christmas Concert once again features music by Matthew Peterson, this time “Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant” for orchestra.

Dayton Philharmonic

Dayton Philharmonic

Schuster Center (map)

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance continues its biennial Hometown Holiday event, ringing in the season with music both sacred and celebratory, including Matthew Peterson’s "Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant.”

http://daytonperformingarts.org/1819/philharmonic-superpops/hometown-holiday

Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant: San Antonio

First Baptist Church (map)

First Baptist Church’s annual Christmas Concert once again features music by Matthew Peterson, this time “Dawn: Redeeming, Radiant” for orchestra.