This is the premiere performance of Geppetto’s Workshop in Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, which was written for me by Michael Gandolfi, and listed under 1998’s “Best Classical Music” list in The Boston Globe.
Hugh Hinton is the pianist.
I. A Piece of Magic Wood That Laughs and Cries Like a Child
II. Pinocchio Frolics with Punch and Judy, Which Incites the Menacing Fire-Eater
III. Pinocchio Ignores the Talking Cricket’s Warning and Is Chased by the Fox and the Cat
IV. The Talking Cricket Warns Pinocchio of the Dangers Ahead
BSO at Home (March 2020)
Elizabeth Klein, BSO flutist, with advice on how to stay in playing shape, songs of comfort, and more!
World premiere of Good Measure by Dr. Jeremy Begbie (February 23, 2018)
with Dr. Begbie on piano
Alton C. Bynum Recital Series, Phillips Recital Hall, Gordon College. The poem “Good Measure” that inspired this work is found in Malcolm Guite’s Parable and Paradox.
World premiere of Elegy by Lu Pei (March 29, 2019)
with John Ferrillo, oboe; William R. Hudgins, clarinet and Dr. Jeremy Begbie, piano “Performing Faithfully: Music and Martyrdom,” Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts Goodson Chapel, Duke University
It’s your BSO (August 2013)
Exclusive interview with Elizabeth Klein, BSO Associate Principal Flute.
Assez vif (Movement III)
From the Sonata No. 2 for Flute and Piano by Philippe Gaubert. Performed at Middlesex Community College in 2009. Pianist playing with me is Carmen Rodríguez-Peralta.