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Performances Summary | works by
2005 May, 2005 (date & time TBD)
| Various works A benefit concert hosted by Curvd Aire Brass Quintet with many other fine ensembles: "Lifing the Veil IV" (works of women composers featuring Lynn Job, with Adrienne Albert, et al.) Recital Hall, California State University Sacramento
April 1, 2005 (8:00 p.m.)
| Nehemiah's Dusk (Tony Baker, solo tenor trombone). | Bio of trombonist Tony Baker Location: MAP | UNT Concert Hall in Denton, Texas.
March 11-13, 2005 (times TBD)
| Various works (CMS Composer's Conference including works by Lynn Job and other CMS members) | College Music Society South Central Annual Conference. Catlett Music Center, University of Oklahoma, Norman.
February, 2005 (broadcast time TBD)
| "60x60" (electronic clip "Lily" by Job) | Radio City Station broadcast of new music miniatures moderated by Robert Voisey. Ref.: Vox Novus New York, New York.
January 31, 2005 (8:00 p.m.)
| By the Road to Ephrath (Amaro for solo organ) | organist & commissioner Carson Cooman. Houghton College, Houghton, New York.
2004 October 9, 2004 (4:00 p.m.)
| Bells for Nicolas (electronic work - multi-miniatures in sequence), as part of the "Memorial Concert for Nicolas Useche." This new 9-min. memorial work is a composite of 60-sec. cues by several composers, arr. by Cindy McTee, including the cue "Lily" by Job. A CD of this full work dedicated to the late Columbian composer Nicolas Useche is available at this premiere concert - proceedes go to the estate of his widow and son. Hosted by the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia where he was studying. Several pieces by Useche will also be performed. (CEMI) | Location: MAP | Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre, UNT, Denton, Texas.
August 1, 2004 (9:30 a.m.)
| By the Road to Ephrath (Amaro for solo organ) | organist & commissioner Carson Cooman. at the | Webster Presbyterian Church, Webster, New York | located at Route 250, 550 Webster Road (call 716-265-9700).
July 25, 2004 (10:30 a.m.)
| By the Road to Ephrath (Amaro for solo organ) | A World Premiere Event by organist & commissioner Carson Cooman. at the Rochester Christian Reformed Church, Penfield, New York | located at 2750 Atlantic Ave (call 716-381-7861).
June 16, 2004 (Noon)
| Moon Largo (solo Bb trumpet, Paul Simmons - of Curvd Aire) "Music at Noon" each Wednesday, a community concert at | MAP | Westminister Presbyterian Church, Sacramento, California.
April 22, 2004 (8:00 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 22, 2004 (8:30 p.m.)
| Serengeti Supper (alto sax. & sound track) Rick Fontaine Senior Recital, New Jersey City University MAP - Ingalls Recital Hall (Rossey 101).
April 19, 2004 (11:00 a.m.)
| Serengeti Supper (alto saxophone & sound track). Opening Concert for the 40th Anniversary Festival of the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia (CEMI) | Bio of saxophonist Frank Heidlberger Location: MAP | Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre, UNT, Denton, Texas.
Horns & Hands Duo (Heidlberger & Wünsch) with
composer Lynn Job (center) | photo copyright © 2002.
April 18, 2004 (6:30 p.m.)
| Duetto Maduro (fantasy for two violins). A World Premiere event by the commissioning violinist Julia Bushkova & guest Lisamarie Vana (programmed as part of the "ViolUNTi Ensemble" Concert) | Bio of violinist Julia Bushkova Location: 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 25, 2004 (7:30 p.m.)
| Moon Largo (solo Bb Trumpet) A Texas Premiere event (Raquel Rodriguez). "Women in Music: A Celebration" Recital Hall, Tarrant County College-South Campus in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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 | Russell Fine Arts Center
March 11, 2004 (8 p.m.)
| Runaway Bay: Hula Sunrise (featuring Shawna Hamilton, soloist | the cello quartet coached by Eugene Osadchy). Texas Premiere. UNT College of Music Recital Hall | MAP | Bio of cellist Eugene Osadchy
March 8 & 10, 2004 (1 p.m.)
| Serengeti Supper (alto saxophone & CD soundtrack). Mixed from a performance by Frank Heidlberger & played for the Janácek Academy of Music and the Performing Arts, a curated electro-acoustic music presentation by Scott Krejci & Thomas Sovik, Ivancice & Brno, Czech Republic. | Janácek Academy Information
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| ELATIO: Praises & Prophecies, Fragment 11 & other excerpts | San Antonio
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 (performing Fragment 11 with faculty trio), Trinity University, Ruth Taylor Music Bldg. Concert Hall |
January 21 (2:45 pm).
| Jubilantly Job! Music Festival | Edmond, OK
As the Invited Guest Composer-in-Residence at the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, the festival began with an address to the School of Music on February 6. 18 varied works (sacred and secular) on 3 concerts of music by composer Lynn Job presented by guest artists from both coasts, UCO faculty and students - separate clinics and a concert by Maynard Ferguson also included in the festival |
| Shadow's Pipe | Goshen, Indiana
Solo Flutist Becky Hovan - Indiana Premiere, Goshen College |
February 18 (7 pm).
| Shadow's Pipe | South Bend, Indiana
Solo Flutist Becky Hovan, Recital Hall in Northside Hall, Indiana University |
February 23 (4 pm).
| Armiger's Gate | Waco
Solo Violist Kathryn Steely, Baylor University Jones Concert Hall, McCrary Music Building - for the College Music Society |
March 1 (4:15 pm).
| Nehemiah's Dusk | Denton, Texas
Solo Trombonist Andrea Neumann, preview - University of North Texas Recital Hall |
March 5 (Noon).
| Shadow's Pipe | Czech Republic
Solo Flutist Jennifer Chen - Czech Republic premiere on seven concerts & seminars by invited U.S. Performers for the youth, education administrators & city councils in three communities (Komin, Brno & Ivancice, also Velke Palovice). Organized by the UNT Center for Central European Studies |
| Azimuth Dance: Where is North? | Denton
(8 percussionists led by Christopher Deane) - Percussion Departmental Concert - UNT Recital Hall |
April 18 (1 pm).
| Nehemiah's Dusk | Denton
Solo Tenor Trombonist Andrea Neumann - Doctoral Recital - UNT Recital Hall |
April 28 (8 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | Denton
(alto sax. & soundtrack) - Nathan Mandel Senior Recital - UNT Recital Hall |
July 24 (8 pm).
| Iron Horse Nocturne: "of salt & grapes . . ." | Penfield, New York
Organist Carson Cooman - A Recital of New Music for Organ, Piano, Trumpet, and Viola - Rochester Christian Reformed Church | August 12 (7:30 pm).
| Armiger's Gate | Jerusalem
Solo Violist Yoel Greenberg - masterclass concert with acclaimed Israeli viola virtuosa Ms. Rivka Golani - Hebrew University |
| Armiger's Gate | KWBU
Solo Violist Dr. Kathryn Steely - on KWBU, a NPR-affiliate, Music at Baylor hosted by Richard Veit (Mondays 7-8 p.m. & Saturdays 2-3 p.m.) |
October 4 (2 pm) & 6 (7 pm).
| Serengeti Supper | Jersey City, New Jersey
(alto sax. & sound track featuring Rick Fontaine), WOMEN COMPOSERS' SHOWCASE (hosted by Sigma Alpha Iota), New Jersey City University Ingalls Recital Hall |
November 22 (8 pm)
| Serengeti Supper | Würzburg, Germany
(Alto sax & CD) | Horns & Hands Duo (Frank Heidlberger/Christoph Wünsch) in concert "Tage der Neuen Muzik Würzburg - Kammerkonzert II," Hochschule für Musik |
December 11 (8 pm).
Horns & Hands Duo with composer Lynn Job
photo copyright © 2002.
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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 1999-2004 by Lynn Job, DMA (ASCAP)
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