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October 4 & 6, 2003 | Job's Armiger's Gate (solo viola, Kathryn Steely) on KWBU, a NPR-affiliate, Music at Baylor hosted by Richard Veit (Mondays 7-8 p.m. & Saturdays 2-3 p.m.).
Performances Summary | works by Lynn Job
2004 June 29/30, 2004
| By the Road to Ephrath (Amaro for solo organ) | Rochester, New York. A World Premiere Event by organist & commissioner Carson Cooman.
| Serengeti Supper (alto sax. & sound track) Rick Fontaine Senior Recital, New Jersey City University MAP - Ingalls Recital Hall (Rossey 101) - date & time TBD.
(pending) April 22, 2004 (7:30 p.m.)
| Moon Largo (solo Bb trumpet, Paul Simmons), A Concert Hosted by Curvd Aire Brass Quintet "Lifing the Veil III" (works of women composers) California State University Sacramento
April 19, 2004 (5 p.m.)
| Moon Largo (solo Bb Trumpet) A Texas Premiere event. (Raquel Rodriguez, Doctoral Recital) at the College of Music, University of North Texas, | MAP | UNT Recital Hall in Denton, Texas.
March 30, 2004 (8 p.m.)
| Azimuth Dance: Where Is North? (8 percussionists, Christopher Deane, conducting), "Night of Percussion" (hosted by the Percussion Department of the University of North Texas), UNT College of Music Recital Hall | MAP | Bio of percussionist Christopher Deane
March 12, 2004 (7:30 p.m.)
| Nehemiah's Dusk (solo trombonist Brandon Egner) - the Arkansas premiere & Moon Largo (solo trumpeter Jason Webb) - the world premiere | CMS Composers' Concert - selected works for the College Music Society South Central Chapter Annual Conference hosted by Henderson State University, Arkadelphia
March 11, 2004 (8 p.m.)
| Runaway Bay: Hula Sunrise (cello quartet featuring Eugene Osadchy). Texas Premiere. UNT College of Music Recital Hall | MAP | Bio of cellist Eugene Osadchy
February 20, 2004 (8 p.m.)
| Duetto Maduro (fantasy for two violins). A World Premiere event. ViolUNTi Ensemble Concert (dir. by Prof. Julia Bushkova), UNT College of Music Recital Hall | MAP | Bio of violinist Julia Bushkova
(pending) February 19, 2004
| Serengeti Supper (Integrated CD performance incl. Frank Heidlberger recorded on alto sax.) | Electroacoustic Invitational Concert at Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. A Michigan state premiere.
2003 December 11, 2003
| Serengeti Supper (Alto sax. Frank Heidlberger & CD) | Horns & Hands Duo (Frank Heidlberger/Christoph Wünsch) in concert "Tage der Neuen Muzik Würzburg - Kammerkonzert II," Hochschule für Musik, Würzburg, Deutschland.
Horns & Hands Duo with composer Lynn Job
photo copyright © 2002.
November 22, 2003 (8 p.m.)
| Serengeti Supper (alto sax. & sound track featuring Rick Fontaine), WOMEN COMPOSERS' SHOWCASE (hosted by Sigma Alpha Iota), New Jersey City University MAP - Evening Musicale in Ingalls Recital Hall (Rossey 101).
| Armiger's Gate (violist Yoel Greenberg), masterclass concert with acclaimed viola virtuosa Ms. Rivka Golani, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
August 12, 2003
| Iron Horse Nocturne: "of salt & grapes . . ." (solo organ) performed by Carson Cooman, organist | A Recital of New Music of Organ, Piano, Trumpet, and Viola | at the Rochester Christian Reformed Church, Penfield, New York | located at 2750 Atlantic Ave (call 716-381-7861).
July 24, 2003 (8 p.m.)
| Serengeti Supper (alto sax. & soundtrack) (Nathan Mandel Senior Recital) at the College of Music, University of North Texas, | MAP | UNT Recital Hall in Denton, Texas.
photo copyright © Jim Steinhardt 2003. April 28, 2003 (8 p.m.)
| Nehemiah's Dusk (solo tenor trombone) Texas Premiere (Andrea Neumann Doctoral Recital) at the College of Music, University of North Texas, | MAP | UNT Recital Hall in Denton, Texas.
April 18, 2003 (1 p.m.)
| Azimuth Dance: Where is North? (8 percussionists) First Reading, UNT Percussion Departmental Concert, the College of Music, University of North Texas, | MAP | UNT Recital Hall in Denton, Texas.
March 10-13, 2003
| Shadow's Pipe (solo flute) (Czech Republic premiere, Jennifer Chen) Seven concerts & seminars by invited U.S. Performers for the youth, education administrators & city councils in three communities. Organized by the UNT Center for Central European Studies
Monday, March 10
Pavel Krizkovsky Gymnazium (public recital), Komin
Janacek Conservatory (composition seminar), Brno
Janacek Conservatory (woodwind seminar), Brno
Vavrinecka Art Gallery (public recital), Komin
Wednesday, March 12
Blahoslav Gymnazium (performance for city council), Ivancice
Blahoslav Gymnazium (public recital), Ivancice
Thursday, March 13
Metske Radnice Performance Hall (public recital), Velke Palovice
March 5, 2003 (noon)
| Nehemiah's Dusk (trombonist Andrea Neumann), preview - UNT Trombone Departmental, Recital Hall, Denton.
March 1, 2003 (4:15 p.m.)
| Armiger's Gate (violist Kathryn Steely), Baylor University Jones Concert Hall, McCrary Music Building, Waco, Texas.
February 23, 2003 (4 p.m.)
| Shadow's Pipe (Flutist Becky Hovan, South Bend Premiere), Recital Hall in Northside Hall, Indiana University South Bend.
February 18, 2003 (7:00 p.m.)
| Shadow's Pipe (Flutist Becky Hovan, Indiana Premiere), Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana.
February 7-10, 2003
| Jubilantly Job! Music Festival - Featured *Guest Composer-in-Residence at the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond. 18 varied works by composer Lynn Job presented by guest artists, UCO faculty and students.
ITINERARY - Jubilantly Job! Music Festival
Friday, February 7 (8 pm) Concert I ($5.00 at door)
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 310 E. St., Edmond
music for choir, cello quartet, solo cello, trumpet ensemble, brass quintet, organ and more! featuring world premieres of several works by Lynn Job, both sacred and secular.
Saturday, February 8 (1 pm) music clinics ($5.00 at door)
UCO Jazz Lab, Edmond
1. David G. Monette, trumpet maker, demonstrates Hatha Yoga in performance practice | 2. Dr. Susan Rider (solo trumpet with the President's Own U. S. Marine Band) presents a masterclass
Saturday, February 8 (8 pm) Concert II ($5.00 at door)
UCO Recital Hall, Edmond
Susan Rider, solo trumpet recital (accompanied by Sam Magrill) featuring the world premiere of Lynn Job's Raphael - intercession
Sunday, February 9 (3 pm) Concert III ($5.00 at door)
UCO Jazz Lab, Edmond
music for saxophone, string quartet, trumpets & more!
Featuring several works by Lynn Job along with other contemporary composers including Sam Magrill & David DeBoor Canfield
Monday, February 10 (8 pm) Concert IV
UCO Jazz Lab, Edmond
Maynard Ferguson in concert ($35.00 ticketed)
January 21, 2003 (2:45pm
| ELATIO: Praises & Prophecies, Fragment 11 & other excerpts (accompanied contralto). Lecture/Recital: "Salty Words/Sweet Modes: Mining for New Music from the Dead Sea - the mystic craft of composing music with scroll fragments" co-sponsored by the departments of music and religion, host Dr. Kimberlyn Montford - Trinity University, San Antonio, Ruth Taylor Music Bldg. Concert Hall | MAP
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| Prelude in E minor | Edmond, Oklahoma.
(Tess Remy-Schumacher, cello) world premiere, Y-Chapel Series, the U of Central Oklahoma |
January 16 (8 pm).
| Prelude in E minor | Austin, Texas.
(Tess Remy-Schumacher, cello) Texas premiere, Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall, U of Texas at Austin |
January 26 (8 pm).
| Systole: Book I (3 songs) | Waco, Texas.
(soprano Karen Hall & pianist Andrew Hudson), world premiere, Ball Performing Arts Center, McLennan Community College |
February 5 (7:30 pm).
| What Am I? | Indianapolis, Indiana.
(contralto air, flute, horn & piano) from the modern oratorio Elatio: Praises & Prophecies (text from the Dead Sea Scrolls). World premiere, Mitzi Westra, Mezzo. Annual conference concert for the Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers | Butler University, Robertson Hall Chapel |
February 23 (7:30 pm).
| Thy Word Is Truth (tenor air with bassoon, harp & cello) from the modern oratorio Elatio: Praises & Prophecies (text from the Dead Sea Scrolls). World premiere, Jonathan Gibbons, Tenor, composer conducting; plus Prelude in E minor (Buffi-Colleen Jacobs, cello) North Texas premiere. | Denton, Texas.
Concert of UNT Composers, University of North Texas | UNT Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater |
March 3 (5 pm).
| Prelude in E minor (cellist Tess Remy-Schumacher), plus
Chalice Hill: Ascent & Elegy (shofar, flute, oboe, brass & timpani, dir. by James L. Klages). | Oklahoma City.
Composer's Concert, Annual Conference of the College Music Society South Central Chapter | Oklahoma Christian University Recital Hall |
March 9 (4 pm).
| "Of Salt and Grapes" (AKA "Iron Horse Nocturne") | Webster, New York.
(pipe organ) World premiere. Requested & performed by Carson Cooman, composer & organist. | Webster Presbyterian Church |
September 1 (9:30 am).
| "Of Salt and Grapes" (AKA "Iron Horse Nocturne") | Penfield, New York.
(pipe organ) performed by Carson Cooman, organist. | Rochester Christian Reformed Church |
September 8 (6:30 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | Aub, Germany.
(alto sax. & sound track) World Premiere, requested & performed by Frank Heidlberger, PhD. Duo Concert Horns & Hands with Christoph Wünsch | Ars Musica, Gasthaus zum Hirschen |
September 22 (8 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | Bayreuth, Germany.
(alto sax. & sound track) Bayreuth Premiere, requested & performed by Frank Heidlberger, PhD. Duo Concert Horns & Hands with Christoph Wünsch |
September 28 (8 pm).
| Toumai: Hope of Life (7 trumpets) & Armiger's Gate | Denton, Texas.
World Premieres, NOVA Concert, University of North Texas Recital Hall |
October 17 (8 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | San Marcos, Texas.
(alto sax. & sound track) U.S. Premiere, requested & performed by Frank Heidlberger, PhD. Duo Concert Horns & Hands with Christoph Wünsch | Recital Hall, Southwest Texas State University |
October 26 (3 pm).
| Shadow's Pipe | Denton, Texas.
(solo flute) World Premiere, Senior Recitalist Jennifer Chen, at the University of North Texas | Recital Hall |
October 26 (5 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | Denton, Texas.
(alto sax. & sound track) Denton Premiere, requested & performed by Frank Heidlberger, PhD. Duo Concert Horns & Hands with Christoph Wünsch, University of North Texas | Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater |
October 28 (8 pm).
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| Eulogy for St. John | Edmond, Oklahoma.
UCO Trumpet Choir, James L. Klages, dir., annual meeting of the South Central Chapter, The College Music Society at The U. of Arkansas-Fayetteville. This work funded in part by the Margaret Fairbank Jory Music Copying Assistance Program of The American Music Center |
February 24 (2 pm).
| Eulogy for St. John | Edmond, Oklahoma.
[12 trumpets], UCO Trumpet Choir, dir. James L. Klages at Heritage Presbyterian Church |
April 19 (8 pm).
| 2-Part Invention in F-minor | Rochester, New York.
(pipe organ), Carson Cooman, organist
| Chalice Hill: Ascent & Elegy | Dallas, Texas.
[14-piece wind & brass celebratory work featuring a shofar (ram's horn) call to worship], commissioned for the dedication festivities of Hillcrest Church
September 1 (6 pm) - 2 (9 am & 11 am) .
| BOOMERANGST | Dallas, Texas.
(workshops for a new stage musical by Romersberger & Job, commissioned music), Southern Methodist University |
workshops in April.
| YOU | Denton, Texas.
(a 1950s-style country love ballad licensed to Denton Community Theatre's production of Inge's play Bus Stop |
| September Jade: a wedding divertimento | Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
(a commissioned work for alto sax, Bb trumpet & string quartet) world premiere |
September 23 (4 pm).
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| several selections from ELATIO: Praises and Prophecies are before various performers and conductors. New Classical Music production underwriting search on-going.
| Job withdrew from marketing and producing performances in favor of writing & finishing her doctorate. 20 works from this period await final funding ($) for completion and premiere.
| premiered 15 chamber works at tne U. of North Texas: acoustic, tape and mixed media using the Spectrum, Music at Noon, NOVA, and personal concerts;
| premiered Jesu at Asbury Methodist Church, Denton, Texas;
| auditioned Kidrish Fields in Waterloo, Belgium;
| premiered 10 chamber, orchestra, and choral works | California State U. at Fullerton;
| Barren was performed by Burtram Turetsky on his San Diego Sunday Music Concert Series.
| commissioned in 1977 to write and perform incidental music for Westminster Community Theater summer stock Story Theater;
| wrote and produced the Rancho Alamitos H. S. baccalaureate musical medley;
| entered several talent shows with original music;
| auditioned original ballads at Hollywood & Vine studios;
| wrote choral music for 1st Presbyterian Church, Garden Grove, CA and for the Rancho Alamitos Girls Ensemble; and
| performed original works at several area churches.
© Copyright 1999-2003 by Lynn Job, DMA (ASCAP)
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