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2019-2020 season includes:
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- September 6-8, 2019: Premiere of Anna Lindemann's The Colony; UConn Storrs
- September 19-21, 2019: Recording with recording engineer Judith Sherman of Sheila Silver's Beauty Intolerable for forthcoming CD, also featuring Dawn Upshaw, Stephanie Blythe, Kayo Iwama, Gilbert Kalish, Ryan McCullough, and others.
- September 29, 2019: Premiere of Barbara Kolb's new orchestration of Lukas Foss' Time Cycle alongside premieres of works by Geoffrey Gibbs (Elegy for a Second Mother) and Robert Christensen (Monhegan Trilogy) at URI; Kingston, RI.
- October 4, 2019: Widmann String Quartet No. 2, "Versuch über die Fuge," Schoenberg String Quartet No. 2, and selected songs by John Dowland, arr. Steven Prutsman, with the Aizuri Quartet at the Harvard Musical Association.
- October 2019: Tour with Musicians from Marlboro, performing Brett Dean's String Quartet No. 2, "And Once I Played Ophelia." Read more about this piece and the spring Marlboro tour here.
- Saturday, October 19: Indian Hill Music; Groton, MA
- Monday, October 21: Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall; NYC
- Wednesday, October 23: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society; Philadelphia
- Thursday, October 24: Freer Gallery's Meyer Auditorium; Washington, D.C.
- Sunday, October 27: Longy School of Music; Cambridge, MA
- October 2019: Filming for PBS' Now Hear This, Season 2 Episode 4 (Schubert) with pianist Ryan MacEvoy McCullough and host Scott Yoo
- November 16, 2019: Clara Schumann's Sechs Lieder, op. 13, with five students from Lucy's Cornell voice studio and pianist Roger Moseley
- November 17, 2019: Judging Binghamton University Concerto Competition
- November 23, 2019: Premiere of Shirish Korde's The Conference of the Birds with Boston Musica Viva
- November 25, 2019: Works by Earl Kim with Callithumpian Consort at New England Conservatory; Boston, MA
- December 8, 2019: Webern's Sechs Lieder nach Gedichten von Georg Trakl, Op. 14, and Fünf Canons, Op. 16, with Charles Neidich and Ayako Oshima; WA concert series, Tenri Cultural Institute, NYC
- December 21, 2019: Handel's Messiah; Davis, CA
- January 18, 2020: Recital with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe and pianists Kayo Iwama and Ryan McCullough. Premiere of Alan Smith's Surfing the Thin Places at Sparks & Wiry Cries' songSLAM festival; DiMenna Center, NYC
- February 7, 2020: Works by Bartok and Janacek with the Brooklyn Art Song Society
- February 19, 2020: Lecture-Recital with pianist Ryan McCullough and art historian Timothy Barringer; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT
- March 2020: Tour with Musicians from Marlboro, performing Handel's "Nel dolce dell'oblio" and Kate Soper's "Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say." Read more about Kate Soper's work here.
- Sunday, March 1: Music at Bunker Hill; Sewell, NJ
- Monday, March 2: Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall; NYC
- Wednesday, March 4: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society; Philadelphia
- Thursday, March 5: Freer Gallery's Meyer Auditorium; Washington, D.C.
- Friday, March 6: Mandell Hall, University of Chicago; Chicago, IL
- Sunday, March 8: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; Boston, MA
- April 3, 2020: Bach's St. Matthew Passion with the Kalamazoo Symphony
- April 19, 2020: Vaughan Williams' Sea Symphony with Cornell Symphony Orchestra
- April 25, 2020: Selections from Canteloube's Chants d'Auvergne with the Eureka Symphony
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