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BROADCASTS

• 2011 -- View March 10 "Women's Work" series | emergency fundraising |

January 18, 2011

WOMR | Outermost Radio, Provincetown (Cape Cod), FM 92.1 - aired 3:00 p.m. EDT (Mass.) |
The Latest Score, Canary Burton, host:
Aaron Larget-Caplan (guitar) The Sixth Night by Lynn Job
from the album "New Lullaby"

GALLERIES/INSTALLATIONS

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LIVE CONCERTS

Saturday, January 22, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | Singapore, Thailand
SIX WINGS NORTH
- Thailand premiere -

Isaiah scroll
© 2010 DSS on-line


. . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

| Saturday, January 22, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2010 / International Mix) - a Vox Novus production. Includes: Six Wings North (by Lynn Job) (No. 24/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | The Substation (independent fine arts center) | Here |
  • Address = 45, Armenian Street, Singapore, Thailand 179936
  • Admission = Tickets required
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday, January 27, 2011 (7:30 p.m.) | London, England
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    - England premiere - by Sprawl -

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, January 27, 2011 (7:30 p.m.) | Presented by "Sprawl: 15th Birthday!" 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL | Here |
  • Admission = Ticket price: Ł8 in advance (coming soon) and Ł10 at the door
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday, February 10, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | Wayne, New Jersey
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix)

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, February 10, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | Presented by William Paterson University of New Jersey - 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | William Paterson University of New Jersey |
  • Address = 300 Pompton Road, Wayne, New Jersey 07470
  • Admission = Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday, March 10, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | New York, New York
    ARCANGELO RED (Rhapsody for solo clarinet)
    - world premiere -

    The Renee Weiler Concert Hall
    © Greenwich House

    1 of 3 concert events, The Renee Weiler Concert Hall
    Greenwich House Music School - Special Event
    WOMEN'S WORK FESTIVAL, hosted by Beth Anderson-Harold
    2011 -- emergency fundraising -- view the speech below . . .

    | Thursday, March 10, 2011 (8:00 p.m.) | world premiere composer's transcription | Arcangelo Red (rhapsody for solo clarinet) (BMP-80-2) - by Lynn Job - performed by - Demetrius Spaneas in Solo Concert | Other composers include: Beth Anderson, Alexandra Gardner, Carol Alban, Molly Thompson, Denise Broadhurst, Judith Lang Zaimont, Jill Miller-Thorn and Joan Tower.

  • Venue | The Renee Weiler Concert Hall, Greenwich House Music School | YouTube Here |
  • Location = 46 Barrows Street (Greenwich Village, between Seventh Avenue South & Bedford Street), New York, New York 10014 | Google MAP/directions |
  • Phone | Music School = 212-242-4770
  • Women's Work Festival | Will be revised on MySpace - Soon |
  • Admission = $ 15 / $ 10
  • Support the Concert Series | Funding Site |

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    Spring (dates TBD) 2011 (8:45 a.m.) | Cambridge, Massachusetts
    MORNING PRAYERS
    Two Sacred Motets in the style of the 16th century
    world premieres | composer's arrangements

    Harvard University
    Copyright © photo Harvard University


    "Daily Morning Prayers at Memorial Church, Harvard, have invoked the start of the the scholar's day every academic year since 1636. This morning, choral music in Appleton Chapel is provided by composer Lynn Job, under the direction of Carson Cooman with the Choral Fellows of the Harvard University Choir.”
    -- (Buckthorn Music Press)

    | Spring Dates TBD, 2011 (8:45 a.m.) | World premieres of new men's and women's motet versions arranged by the original composer, selected by composer-in-residence, Carson Cooman: Two Sacred Motets in the style of the 16th Century | I. Sancta immaculata virginitas (2-parts); II. Jesu nostra redemptio (3-parts).

  • Location = Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church | Here |
  • | MAP | The Memorial Church • One Harvard Yard • Cambridge, MA 02138-6500 (1350 Massachusetts Avenue)
  • PHONE | 617-495-5508
  • Admission = Free
  • Carson Cooman, director | Here |
  • The Choral Fellows | Here |

    NEW VIDEO TOUR -- Narrated Walking Tour of The Memorial Church, including Appleton Chapel (30 minutes)
    Adjust video player to your own preferences | Appleton Chapel begins @ 25:39

  • STREAM - to it (Real Media) | Here |
  • PODCAST download it (.MOV) | Here |
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    2010

    JUMP! -- 2010 Broadcasts | 2010 Galleries/Installations | 2010 Live Concerts

    BROADCASTS

    October 3, 2010

    HEC-TV | St. Louis--Home of Education, Arts & Culture, Charter Communications Ch. 989, AT&T’s U-verse Channel 99
    - 7:30 p.m. CDT (Missouri)
    State of the Arts, Live Broadcast from Sheldon Concert Hall, a program of American Arts Experience Festival:
    60x60 Dance with number 24/60 Six Wings North (music - Lynn Job | choreography - Jessica E. Stack)

    September 28, 2010

    WOMR | Outermost Radio, Provincetown (Cape Cod), FM 92.1 - aired 3:00 p.m. EDT (Mass.) |
    The Latest Score, Canary Burton, host, (live performance format):
    Aaron Larget-Caplan (guitar) The Sixth Night by Lynn Job
    interview, performance, & album promo "New Lullaby"

    June 20, 2010

    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | Martian Gardens - hosted by Max Shae | SET FIVE = Lily Lynn Job, Vox Novus double-CD 60x60 2004-2005 buy | Here |
    Sundays 19:00--24:00 EDT
    online playlists: MartianGardens.blogspot.com

    May 13, 2010

    CCTV | Cambridge Community TV, Ch 9 - 8:00 p.m. EDT (Mass.) |
    BeLive Thursday, Stephen Funk Pearson, host, (live/call-in format):
    Aaron Larget-Caplan (guitar) The Sixth Night by Lynn Job
    interview, performance, & album promo "New Lullaby"

    GALLERIES/INSTALLATIONS

    October 7, 2010 | New Haven
    EXHIBIT Opens (6:00 p.m.)
    CONCERT (7:00 p.m.) & RECEPTION (8:00 p.m.)
    Notations 21, @ the University of New Haven, Connecticut
    Dodds Theater/Seton Gallery

    Notations 21
    © Mark Batty Publisher, 2008
    Lynn Job, p. 113

    Picturing the Sounds: Dialects of Contemporary Composers
  • Tickets Required (free)
  • INFO & Map ==> | Here |
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    LIVE CONCERTS

    Sunday, December 12, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | ARCUS Studio, Japan
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    The Japan Premiere

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Sunday, December 12, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | 60x60 (2010 / International Mix) - a Special Concert Event for the ARCUS Artisti-in-Residency Program Closing Party. First composition from this composer's catalog to play in Japan: Six Wings North (by Lynn Job) (No. 24/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = One of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Moriya Manabi-no-sato (ARCUS Studio) | Here |
  • Address = 2418 Itatoi, Moriya, Ibaraki 302-0101 Japan
  • Phone = Tel: +81 297 46 2600
  • Vox Novus 60x60 Events Calendar | Here |
  • Admission = By Invitation
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Saturday, December 4, 2010 (3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)
    Burlington, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    as heard on the CD "New Lullaby"

    New Lullaby CD
    Copyright © New Lullaby Project


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Saturday, December 4, 2010 (3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.) | CD Showcase -- Aaron Larget-Caplan, solo guitar, live appearance & concert. Presented at Borders Books & Music for May Institute Charity Days | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project), with more by other New Lullaby composers.

  • Location = Boston (Burlington) Borders Books & Music | Here |
  • Location = 6 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
  • Store Phone = (781) 221-2188
  • Stop = Cambridge St @ Wall St
  • MAP = Here
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free (donations/CD sales gratefully accepted; portion goes to the May Institute for Autism Research)
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here

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    Friday, December 3, 2010 (4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)
    Dedham, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    as heard on the CD "New Lullaby"

    New Lullaby CD
    Copyright © New Lullaby Project


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Friday, December 3, 2010 (4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) | CD Showcase -- Aaron Larget-Caplan, solo guitar, live appearance & concert. Presented at Borders Books & Music for May Institute Charity Days | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project), with more by other New Lullaby composers.

  • Location = Boston (Dedham) Borders Books & Music | Here |
  • Location = 430 Legacy Place, Dedham, MA 02026
  • Store Phone = (781) 326-4940
  • Train = Dedham Corp Center
  • MAP = Here
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free (donations/CD sales gratefully accepted; portion goes to the May Institute for Autism Research)
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here

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    Friday, December 3, 2010 (12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.)
    Boston, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    as heard on the CD "New Lullaby"

    New Lullaby CD
    Copyright © New Lullaby Project


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Friday, December 3, 2010 (12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.) | CD Showcase -- Aaron Larget-Caplan, solo guitar, live appearance & concert. Presented at Borders Books & Music for May Institute Charity Days | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project), with more by other New Lullaby composers.

  • Location = Boston (Back Bay) Borders Books & Music | Here |
  • Location = 511 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02116
  • Store Phone = (617) 236-1444
  • Stop = Copley Station
  • MAP = Here
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free (donations/CD sales gratefully accepted; portion goes to the May Institute for Autism Research)
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here

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    Friday, December 3, 2010 | Essen, Germany
    SIX WINGS NORTH


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Friday, December 3, 2010 | 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Pina Bausch Theatre, Folkwang University of the Arts | here |
  • Address = Folkwang University of the Arts, Klemensborn 39 Essen, 45239 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Deutschland
  • MAP | Here |
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday, December 2, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Miami, Florida
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix)
    "12-Nights -- Electronic Music & Art" Concert Series

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, December 2, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Presented by Harold Golen Gallery & Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Arts ( FETA ) - 12-Nights -- Electronic Music & Art Concert Series - 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Harold Golen Gallery |
  • Address = 2294 NW 2nd Ave. Wynwood Art District, Miami, Florida 33127 - ph - 434-284-2985
  • Admission = $ tbd
  • Concert Series Event Calendar & Press | Here
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Sunday, November 28, 2010 (10:30 a.m.)
    Wellesley, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    Music Guest, Aaron Larget-Caplan (liturgical service)

    Aaron Larget-Caplan
    Copyright © photo Lynn Job & Aaron Larget-Caplan
    preparing to go on air with the composer, WBNW AM-1120, 9/24/09


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Sunday, November 28, 2010 (10:30 a.m.) | Music Guest: Aaron Larget-Caplan (solo guitar) -- Aaron Larget-Caplan -- music for liturgical services. | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project) (Psalm 4:8, and recalling the 6th Night in the Garden of Eden), with more by J.S. Bach, Agustín Barrios, and Kevin Siegfied.

  • Location = Wellesley Unitarian Universalist Congregation
  • Location = 309 Washington Street, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |
  • Tracing a Wheel on Water CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here

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    Saturday, November 13, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    HOUSE OF JATAMANSI
    - As on the CD -

    Due Solisti
    © Due Solisti

    "Elegant chamber music at its best." (The American Organist)
    "a beautiful luminosity" (Music and Vision)

    | Saturday, November 13, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | House of Jatamansi - by Lynn Job (on a concert of new works for solo flute and organ) - commissioned by - Due solisti (Dr. Kathleen Sheide, organ & Žofie Vokálková, flute)

  • Agent for Due Solisti email -at- concertartists.com | PH-888.999.0644 | Phillip Truckenbrod Concert Artists |
  • Tour 2010-2011 | Dux femina facti (includes composers: Sylvie Borodova, Pamela Decker, Rolande Falcinelli, Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, Lynn Job, Marguerite Roesgen-Champion)
  • venue | Lancaster Church of the Bretheren
  • Starlight Tea Concert Series | Here |
  • Location = 1601 Sunset Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601-4329 | PH - (717) 397-4751 |
    | MAPQuest
    |
  • Admission = Free will offering
  • Album = Watch for the tour CD later this year! -- updates at Buckthorn Records.

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    Thursday, November 11, 2010 (12:30 p.m.) | Princeton, New Jersey
    HOUSE OF JATAMANSI
    - As on the CD -

    Due Solisti
    © Due Solisti

    "Elegant chamber music at its best." (The American Organist)
    "a beautiful luminosity" (Music and Vision)

    | Thursday, November 11, 2010 (12:30 p.m.) | House of Jatamansi - by Lynn Job (on a concert of new works for solo flute and organ) - commissioned by - Due solisti (Dr. Kathleen Sheide, organ & Žofie Vokálková, flute)

  • Agent for Due Solisti email -at- concertartists.com | PH-888.999.0644 | Phillip Truckenbrod Concert Artists |
  • Tour 2010-2011 | Dux femina facti (includes composers: Sylvie Borodova, Pamela Decker, Rolande Falcinelli, Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, Lynn Job, Marguerite Roesgen-Champion)
  • venue | Princeton University Chapel
  • Location = University Chapel | Murray-Dodge Hall | Princeton, NJ 08544 | PH - (609) 258-3047 | MAPQuest |
  • After Noon Concert Series | Here |
  • See the Organ! (installed 1907) | Here |
  • Admission = FREE
  • Album = Watch for the tour CD later this year! -- updates at Buckthorn Records.

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    Thursday, November 11, 2010 | Indianapolis, Indiana
    WOODS WALKER
    - world premiere -

    Indiana Convention Center
    © Indianapolis Tourism

    supporting "Ecology in Percussion" (a FOCUS event)
    2010 Percussive Arts Society International Conference

    | Thursday, November 11, 2010 | Woods Walker - by Lynn Job (on stage for FOCUS, PASIC) - performed by - Dr. Aaron Ragsdale (marimbist member, Woods Walker international commissioning consortium)

  • Woods Walker Consortium Management | Carson Cooman Arts Consulting & Buckthorn Studios |
  • venue | Indiana Convention Center
  • Location = 100 South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46225-1071 | (ph) 317.262.3400 | MAP/directions |
  • 2010 Percussive Arts Society International Conference (PASIC) | Here |
  • Admission = Register for PASIC

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    Sunday, November 7, 2010 (2:00 p.m.) | Bellingham, Washington
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Sunday, November 7, 2010 (2:00 p.m.) | Presented by (WEAMS) Western Electroacoustic Music Festival & Vox Novus 60x60 ) - VIDEO 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine). | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (Sanguine Mix No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7). 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Dr. Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | PAC Concert Hall Western Washington University |
  • Address = 516 High Street, Bellingham, Washington 98225 - ph - 360-650-3000
  • Admission = $ FREE
  • Read PROGRAM (Sanguine Mix) -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Saturday, November 6, 2010 | Fresno, California
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Saturday, November 6, 2010 | Fresno New Music Festival | 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | California State University Fresno | here |
  • Address = 5241 N. Maple Ave., Fresno, California 93740
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Monday, November 1, 2010 (3:15 p.m.) | Kansas City, Kansas
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Monday, November 1, 2010 (3:15 p.m.) | Presented by Dr. Ian Corbett, Department of Music & Vox Novus 60x60 ) - VIDEO 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine). | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (Sanguine Mix No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7). 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Dr. Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | PAC Kansas City Kansas Community College |
  • Address = 7250 State Ave.,Kansas City, Kansas 66112 - ph - 913-334-1100
  • Admission = $ FREE
  • Read PROGRAM (Sanguine Mix) -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Wednesday, October 20, 2010 (9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.) | Chicago, Illinois
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    "240 Minutes/Images/Composers" (4 hours), Patrick Liddell & Vox Novus

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Wednesday, October 20, 2010 (9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.) | Presented by Rodan Video Lounge & Vox Novus 60x60 ) - 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Magenta, Sanguine & Scarlet Mixes) & Unweave Mix. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (Sanguine Mix No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7). 1-minute pieces by 240 composers. Images by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Rodan Video Lounge |
  • Address = 1530 W. Milwaukee Ave., Wicker Partk, Chicago, Illinois 60622 - ph - 773-276-7036
  • Admission = $ FREE ENTRANCE (drinks & food separate)
  • Concert Event Press | Here
  • Read PROGRAM (Sanguine Mix) -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday-Saturday, October 14-16, 2010 | Romeoville, Illinois
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    360 degrees of 60x60 Video - 6 mixes
    Electronic Midwest Music (EMM) Festival - 10th Annual


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday-Saturday, October 14-16, 2010 | Presented by EMM, Lewis University, & 2010 ICMA - Six 360 degrees of 60x60 Video Installations (Burgundy, Crimson, Magenta, Sanguine, Scarlet, and Vermilion) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (Sanguine Mix, No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. Images by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Lewis University |
  • Address = One University Parkway, Romeoville, Illinois 60446-2200 - ph - (800) 897-9000
  • Admission = $ tbd
  • Music Department | Here
  • Read PROGRAM for Sanguine Mix -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Friday, October 8, 2010 (7:00 p.m.)
    Burlington, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    as just heard - live on WOMR 92.1 (Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA)

    Aaron Larget-Caplan
    Copyright © photo Lynn Job & Aaron Larget-Caplan
    preparing to go on air with the composer, WBNW AM-1120, 9/24/09


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Friday, October 8, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | New Lullabies and Dances - for solo guitar -- Aaron Larget-Caplan in a live appearance presented at Borders Books & Music Café. | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project), with more by Kevin Siegfried, Jonathan Feist, Francine Trester, David Vayo, Eric Schwartz, John McDonald, Scott Wheeler, Leo Brower, and Agustín Barrios!

  • Location = Borders Books & Music | Here |
  • Location = 2nd floor Café, 6 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
  • Store Phone = (781) 221-2188
  • Stop = Cambridge St @ Wall St
  • MAP = Here
  • Business hours =Open Mon-Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 11am-7pm
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free (donations and CD sales gratefully accepted)
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |
  • Tracing a Wheel on Water CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here

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    Sunday, October 3, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | St. Louis, Missouri
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    Part of - 60x60 DANCE St. Louis
    A Program of - The American Arts Experience - Festival (October 1-17)
    assistance by - Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation
    • live public TV broadcast •

    60x60 Dance
    © Vox Novus


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Sunday, October 3, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | 60x60 DANCE (2010 / International Mix) - a Vox Novus production presented by HEARDing cats at the American Arts Experience and seen on HEC-TV's State of the Arts Live | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job | choreography by Jessica E. Stack, pres. Missouri Dance Organization) (No. 24/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Sheldon Concert Hall (Theatre) |
  • Address = Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington Blvd., St Louis, Missouri 63108
  • Desk Phone = 314.533.9900
  • Tickets =MetroTix at 314.534.1111
  • Admission = $ 15 / $7
  • BroadwayWorld.com Press | Here |
  • Press Release | Here |
  • Video Promo | YOU Tube |
  • Video Archive - WATCH! | HEC-TV Production "60x60" |
  • Read Dance PROGRAM -- Composers/Choreographers/Bios/Notes | Here |

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    Thursday, September 30, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Bloomington, Illinois
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, September 30, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2010 / International Mix) - a Vox Novus production. Includes: Six Wings North (by Lynn Job) (No. 24/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Presser Hall, Westbrook Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University, School of Music |
  • Address = 1312 Park Street, Bloomington, IL 61701 - ph - (309) 556-3061
  • Calendar | Here |
  • Admission = $ Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Saturday, September 25, 2010 (1:00 p.m. & 2:00 p.m.)
    Cambridge, Massachusetts
    THE SIXTH NIGHT
    on the 1-year anniversary of the premiere at Harvard

    Aaron Larget-Caplan
    Copyright © photo Lynn Job & Aaron Larget-Caplan
    preparing to go on air with the composer, WBNW AM-1120, 9/24/09


    "This virtuoso's performances showcase the classical guitar's eclecticism and reflection."
    -- (Gina Acosta, The Washington Post)

    | Saturday, September 25, 2010 (1:00 p.m. & 2:00 p.m.) | New Lullabies for Solo Guitar -- Aaron Larget-Caplan in recital. | Includes : The Sixth Night by Lynn Job (commissioned by New Lullaby Project), with more by Eric Schwartz, Jonathan Feist, Scott Wheeler, John McDonald and also Augustin Barrios!

  • Location = Cambridge Naturals | Here |
  • Location = In the Porter Square Shopping Center, 23 White Street, Cambridge, MA 02140
  • Store Phone = 781-383-1100
  • Guitarist's Calendar | Here
  • Admission = Free (donations and CD sales gratefully accepted)
  • New Lullaby Project CD sales & info | Here |

    (1) • SAMPLE -- Watch YOUTube | Here
    (2) • SAMPLE -- Watch "Seville, by Isaac Albaniz" (August 2008), Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar

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    Thursday, September 23, 2010 | Maribor, Slovenia
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, September 23, 2010 | 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | KiBar in the KILBA Multimedia Center (Theatre) |
  • Address = Ulica Kneza Koclja 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Friday, August 6, 2010 | Karlsruhe, Germany
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Friday, August 6, 2010 | 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | ton:art / Gallery "Margit Haupt" | here |
  • Address = Passagehof 13 D-76133 Karlsruhe, Deutschland (postal: Stephanienstraße 42/44)
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Saturday, July 24, 2010 (3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.) | London, United Kingdom
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    - 60x60 DANCE - European Premiere -

    logo
    © Vox Novus


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)
    Part of London’s Open Weekend in Stratford - the heart of the developing Olympic City -
    60x60 Dance is fitting to celebrate the official two year countdown
    towards the Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012.

    | Saturday, July 24, 2010 (3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.) | for -- Open Weekend, CREATE, and Big Dance: East London Dance and Vox Novus present 60x60 DANCE (2010 / International Mix) | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job, dance/choreography by Mickel Smithen, Amici Dance) (No. 24/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers with 60 choreographer/dancer teams | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director | with Dance Co-ordinator Adriana Pegorer and Producer Silke Arnold.

  • Location | Stratford Circus (Theatre) |
  • Address = Theatre Square, Newham, London E15 1BX, United Kingdom 020 8279 1001
  • Box office = 0844 357 2625
  • Admission = Ł9/Ł5
  • FLYER | Here
  • Read PARTNERSHIP info | Here
  • Read PRESS Release (with links) | Here
  • Read Amici Dance Theatre Company profile (for Mr. Smithen) | Here
  • Read Dance PROGRAM 60x60 Pieces, Dancers & Composers | Here
  • FaceBook event page | Here

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    Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (10:30 p.m.) | Lodéve, France
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    Voix de la Méditerranée - Poetry Festival

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (10:30 p.m.) | Voix de la Méditerranée presents special evening music 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Annual Poetry Festival | here |
  • City History | here |
  • Tourism | here |
  • Read music PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | San Francisco, California
    OUTSOUND New Music Summit
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    leaf
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | 9th Annual OUTSOUND New Music Summit presents - 60x60 Video (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23/60) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | images by Patrick Liddell |

  • Location = San Francisco Community Music Center, 544 Capp Street (between 20th & 21st Streets), San Francisco, California 94110-2586
  • Phone = (415) 647-6015 | subway = 24th Street Mission BART
  • Admission = $12 / $10 / $8
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Tuesday, July 20, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Toronto, Canada
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    2010 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - Multimedia
    with Transmorphous Sound Ensemble + Geek Weekend at Supermarket

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Tuesday, July 20, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Presented by THE AMBiENT PiNG - 2010 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers. New images debuting by Patrick Liddell. | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | Supermarket (Restaurant and Bar) |
  • Address = 268 Augusta Ave (just south of College), Toronto, Canada
  • Admission = $6
  • Event Calendar & Press | Here
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Each Saturday, July 10 - September 18, 2010 (5:00 p.m.) | Lodéve, France
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Each Saturday, July 10 - September 18, 2010 (5:00 p.m.) | Galerie Teo Libardo presents exhibit "Atelier Rouge Aubépine" (Hawthorn Red) with music 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 1 of 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Exact Dates = JULY 10, 17, 24, 31 / AUGUST 7, 14, 21, 28 / SEPTEMBER 4, 11, 18
  • Gallery | Galerie Teo Libardo Blog | here |
  • City History | here |
  • Tourism | here |
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | Sanger, Texas
    60 Biographies, 60 Pieces, 60 Prayers
    with opening remarks at 7:00 p.m.

    60x60 NLC poster
    © 2010 Buckthorn Studios


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Tuesday, June 29, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | Presented by New Life Church Denton - 60x60 2010 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus licensed production sponsored in part by International Computer Music Association & Buckthorn Studios. | Includes : Six Wings North (by the concert moderator) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7). Event Theme = 60 biographies, 60 pieces, 60 prayers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | New Life Church Denton (Vista Room)
  • Address = 1350 Milam Rd E, Sanger, Texas 76266
  • Admission = Adults Only (18 years and up) - mature content, not suitable for all audiences
  • Cost = Free
  • Seating = Limited to 20. First come, first seated. No late seating
  • Call for Information = 940.566.0315 (Dr. Lynn Job, studio office)
  • Color Poster .5 MB, PDF (8.5x11) | Here

  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    Thursday, June 17, 2010 (1:00 p.m.) | Maribor, Slovenia
    SIX WINGS NORTH

    Isaiah scroll
    © 2010 DSS on-line


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, June 17, 2010 (1:00 p.m.) | 2010 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus production. | Includes : Six Wings North (music by Lynn Job) (No. 9/60) (Isaiah 6:6-7) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

  • Location | KiBar in the KILBA Multimedia Center (Theatre) |
  • Address = Ulica Kneza Koclja 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here

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    June 1-5, 2010 | New York
    Six Wings North | 60x60 - 2010 360 Degrees (Sanguine Mix)
    INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER MUSIC CONFERENCE

    sea fossils
    © anon.


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | June 1-2, 2010 (1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) | 60x60 - 2010 ICMC 360 Degrees Mix - a Vox Novus production - The 2010 International Computer Music Conference | Includes : Six Wings North by Lynn Job (No. 9 on the 60x60 Sanguine Mix hour) (Isaiah 6:6-7) | Total exhibit = 360 1-minute pieces by 360 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = NYC Electronic Music Foundation 307 7th Ave., Suite 1402 (between 27th & 28th), New York City, NY 10001 (June 1-2)
  • Admission = $ Conference Fee
  • Conference Website -- ICMC | Here |
  • Read 60x60 PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Sanguine Mix |
    and . . .

    | June 3-5, 2010 (10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2010 ICMC 360 Degrees Mix) - a Vox Novus production - The 2010 International Computer Music Conference | Includes : Six Wings North by Lynn Job (No. 9 on the 60x60 Sanguine Mix hour) (Isaiah 6:6-7) | Total exhibit = 360 1-minute pieces by 360 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = Wang Center Chapel, Stony Brook University, New York 11794 (June 3-5)
  • | MAP |
  • MTA - LIRR & PENN schedule | Here |
  • Wang Center on campus | Directions |
  • Admission = $ Conference Fee
  • Conference Website -- ICMC | Here |
  • Read 60x60 PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Sanguine Mix |

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    Sunday, May 30, 2010 (11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.) | Montreal, Quebec
    MALACHI-MESSENGER
    2010 Congress of the Humanites & Social Sciences | May 28-June 4

    2010 60x60Dance
    © Vox Novus


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Sunday, May 30, 2010 (11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.) | 2010 60x60 DANCE Canada Congress - a Vox Novus Collaboration -- live dance, video, & electronic sound installation. | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 23 of 2009 60x60 International Mix // No. 143 of "2010 60x60 Dance Order of Magnitude--600 Composer Mix") 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers x 10 | 10 hours, 19 dancers, 600 composers, Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director.

    With Eldad Tsabary (Director of Sound) with James Finnerty (Audio Tech) / Stéphanie Bernard (Dance) / Mike Plante (Live Video Projections), DANCERS (coordinated by Stéphanie Bernard): Chantal Vanasse, Cliona De Bri, Stéphanie Bernard, Ariane Boulet, Stéphanie Roux, Andrée-Anne Ratthée, Lily Lapierre, Anouk Thériault, Sophia Bensaid, James Kendall, Mariane Léger, Erica Bridgeman, Zita Nyarady, Isabelle Dionne, Catherine Larocque, Jessica Viau, Marie-Adeline Choquet, Charles-Smith Métellus, Robin Bell-Scott. And . . .
    10,000 Delegates.

  • Location = FOFA Gallery | 1515 St. Catherine St. West EV 1.715, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G 2W1
  • Admission = Free, audience mingles with performers
  • Read PROGRAM -- 3rd Hour-- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here
  • Read LIST of 600 Titles --Pieces & Composers | Here
  • Read LIST of 600 Titles -- with event organizer biographies (pdf) | Here
  • VIEW | FOFA Gallery Film | Here
  • Color POSTER 2010 Order of Magnitude (pdf) | Here
  • Press Release (English) (pdf) | Here

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    Saturday, May 22, 2010 (Afternoon) | New York City
    SIX WINGS NORTH
    2010 60x60 Dance (ICMC Sanguine Mix)
    4th Annual New York Dance Parade (1:00 p.m.) & Dance Fest (3:00-7:00 p.m.)
    | By Official Mayor Proclamation |
    World Premiere

    2010 NYC Dance Parade
    © 2010 DanceParade.org


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)
    Dance Parade 2010 - 6,620 dancers, 164 organizations, 65 styles

    | Saturday, May 22, 2010 (5:20 p.m., Stage A) | * World Premiere * 2010 60x60 DANCE (Sanguine Mix) - a Vox Novus Collaboration -- live dance & 60-piece audio track. | Includes : Six Wings North (Music by Lynn Job) (Isaiah 6:6-7) (No. 9/60 of 2010 ICMC 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) = 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers | Robert Voisey, 60x60 Artistic Director, with Erin Bomboy, Dance Director.

  • (1) (1:00 p.m.) DANCE PARADE down Broadway | Route MAP |
  • Parade's Grand Stand Location = 8th St. between 3rd & 4th Ave., New York, NY 10003
  • (2) DANCE FEST (3:00-7:00 p.m.) - Location for 60x60 = Tompkin Square Park (Stage A, 5:20 pm)
  • Admission = Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces & Composers | Here
  • VIEW | Dance Parade Welcome Video (YouTube) | Here |
  • BLOG | Here |

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    Saturday, May 22, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | Barcelona, Spain
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    leaf
    © InkTheSky.com


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Saturday, May 20, 2010 (7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.) | 60x60 Video (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job) (No. 23 / 60) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | images by Patrick Liddell | Ending Concert of "Loop Video Art Festival" (5/12-5/22), "In the Sky" / "Off-Loop" program | 3 hours = 3 60x60 Video 1-hr mixes. 3 video artists + 180 music compositions (150 composers)

  • Location = Estudio Nomada, c/ Palma de Sant Just 7, 08002 | Barcelona, Spain
  • Admission = $ Cover | Audience reclines, limited space
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Monday, March 29, 2010 (9:00 p.m.) | Green Bay, Wisconsin
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    sandy grass
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Monday, March 29, 2010 (9:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = Winter Garden Atrium, Mary Cofrin Hall, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay | 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
  • Admission = $Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Thursday, March 25, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | Goodwell, Oklahoma
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    sandy grass
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Thursday, March 25, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = Centennial Theatre, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Goodwell, Oklahoma 73939
  • Admission = $Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Friday, March 19, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | Mansfield, Pennsylvania
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    leaf
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Friday, March 19, 2010 (7:30 p.m.) | 60x60 Video (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | images by Patrick Liddell | Presented on eArts by Rob Voisey, live!

  • Location = Dept. of Music, Butler Music Center Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, Mansfield, Pennsylvania 16933
  • Admission = $Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Tuesday, March 16, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Carbondale, Illinois
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    sandy grass
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Tuesday, March 16, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = 1000 So. Normal Avenue, School of Music, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Illinois 62901-6899
  • Admission = $Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

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    Friday, February 26, 2010 (5:00 p.m.) | Oxford, England
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    Sonic Art Oxford
    © photo Oxford Brookes University.


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Friday, February 26, 2010 (5:00 p.m.) | 60x60 VIDEO - a Vox Novus film collaboration. | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, and Patrick Liddell, Director of Film. Sonic Art Oxford is presented by The Sonic Art Research Unit | = 60 1-min. pieces = "2009 60x60 (International Mix)"

  • Location = Drama Studio, Richard Hamilton Bldg., Headington Hill Campus | Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, OX3 0BP, England
  • Admission = Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- 60x60 Pieces and Composers | Here
  • Read 3-day Festival SCHEDULE -- Sonic Art Oxford | Here
  • POSTER -- Sonic Art Oxford click to enlarge | Here
  • MAPS | Here
  • VIEWS | Here

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    Sunday, February 7, 2010 (4:00 p.m.) | New Brunswick, New Jersey
    HOUSE OF JATAMANSI

    Due Solisti
    © Due Solisti

    "Elegant chamber music at its best." (The American Organist)
    "a beautiful luminosity" (Music and Vision)

    | Sunday, February 7, 2010 (4:00 p.m.) | House of Jatamansi - by Lynn Job (on a concert of new works for solo flute and organ) - commissioned by - Due solisti (Dr. Kathleen Sheide, organ & Žofie Vokálková, flute)

  • Agent for Due Solisti email -at- concertartists.com | PH-888.999.0644 | Phillip Truckenbrod Concert Artists |

  • venue | Christ Church (founded 1742)
  • Location = 5 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 | Ph-732-545-6262 | MAP |
  • See the Organ! (installed 2001) | Here |
  • Admission = Donation accepted
  • Album = Watch for the tour CD later this year! -- updates at Buckthorn Records.

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    Tuesday, January 26, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    HOUSE OF JATAMANSI
    - The American Premiere -

    Due Solisti
    © Due Solisti

    "Elegant chamber music at its best." (The American Organist)
    "a beautiful luminosity" (Music and Vision)

    | Tuesday, January 26, 2010 (7:00 p.m.) | House of Jatamansi - by Lynn Job (the American premiere, on a concert of new works for solo flute and organ) - commissioned by - Due solisti (Dr. Kathleen Sheide, organ & Žofie Vokálková, flute)

  • Agent for Due Solisti email -at- concertartists.com | PH-888.999.0644 | Phillip Truckenbrod Concert Artists |
  • venue | Philadelphia Cathedral
  • Location = 3723 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3189 | PH-215-386-0234 | MAP |
  • See the Music & Arts Series Pages! | Here |
  • This Concert's Listing | Here
  • See the Organ! (installed 1907) | Here |
  • Admission = Donation accepted
  • Album = Watch for the tour CD later this year! -- updates at Buckthorn Records.

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    Tuesday, January 12, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | Bloomington, Illinois
    MALACHI-MESSENGER

    sandy grass
    © photo Corel


    . . . exhilarating reminder of all the artists who toil in obscurity -- (The New Yorker)

    | Tuesday, January 12, 2010 (8:00 p.m.) | 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | Includes : Malachi-Messenger (by Lynn Job (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director

  • Location = Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music | Here |
  • Venue = Presser Hall, Westbrook Auditorium
  • Admission = $Free
  • Read PROGRAM -- Pieces and Composers | Here |

    ============= END OF 2010 ==============

    Commissions | Buckthorn Books | Buckthorn Records
    Buckthorn Music Press | Biography | Press Brief | Reviews | Recognition | Buckthorn Studios

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    2009


    Need more detail? - get archived links & photos / scroll down to 2009 ==> | here |

    BROADCASTS

    WKCR - FM 89.9 (New York, NY) | "Afternoon New Music" - April 1, 2009.
    WKCR - FM 89.9 (New York, NY) | "Art Waves" - (Anne Cammon) - June 5, 2009.
    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - August 16, 2009.
    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - August 23, 2009.
    WBNW - AM 1120 (13:00-14:00 EDT) (Boston, MA) | "Dream Visions 7 Radio" (Deborah Beauvais)
    ==> Last segment: Lynn Job's The Sixth Night (Aaron Larget-Caplan, solo guitar) & interviews with commissioner & composer
    September 24, 2009.
    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - November 1, 2009.

    GALLERIES / INSTALLATIONS

    May 12-31, 2009

    "In partnership with Connection Works [501(c)3]."
    NOTATIONS 21: Breaking the Boundaries | -- Hutchins Gallery Exhibit | Long Island University, Brookville, New York.
    celebrating the "Notations 21 - an anthology of innovative musical notation" (New York: Mark Batty Publisher, Theresa Sauer, 2008). - Gallery exhibit of several of the original 168 graphic scores represented in the anthology [not displayed, p. 113 "Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse" (solo organ) by Job].

  • Amazon | -- $58.00 USD List

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | Friday, January 23, 2009 (8:00 p.m.)
    Arcangelo Red | Austin, Texas
    ViolaByChoice & Audio Inversions COLORS: Hues Heard, Sounds Seen - musical works inspired by colors - | transcription world premiere, Solo Violist Martha Carapetyan & painting by Jan Middleton Roset | St. David's Episcopal Church.

    | Saturday, February 21, 2009 (11:00 a.m.)
    Blue Sand | Nacagdoches, Texas
    60x60 Evolution II - | 2009 NACUSA-Texas Annual Conference with the International Society of Contemporary Music | Stephen F. Austin State University.

    Tuesday, April 7, 2009 (8:00 p.m.)
    Lake House Letter | Brooklyn, New York
    60x60 DANCE | (Music by Lynn Job / Choreography by Veronica Carnero) (No. 54) Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, Jeramy Zimmerman, Director of Dance | Galapagos Art Space.

    Saturday, April 17, 2009 (7:00 p.m.)
    Blue Graves Rising | Arlington, Texas
    End of TOUR: New Music from Texas and New York - works by (LICA) Long Island Composers Alliance & (NACUSA-Texas) National Association of Composers USA, performed by NAXOS artist Christopher Oldfather | Tarrant County Community College.

    Friday, September 25, 2009 (8:45 a.m.)
    Morning Prayers Service | music by Lynn Job: Kyrie eleison (SATB, 2009, world premiere by The Harvard Choral Fellows); & " Iron Horse Nocturne: of salt & grapes . . . "(organ solo). | Cambridge, Mass.
    The composer attended, conducted by Carson Cooman. | Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church, Harvard University.

    Friday, September 25, 2009 (7:30 p.m.)
    The Sixth Night | Cambridge, Mass.
    World premiere, commissioning guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan in Recital.
    The New Lullaby Project on tour, composer attending | Pussey Room, Memorial Church, Harvard University.

    Sunday, September 27, 2009 (3:00 p.m.)
    The Sixth Night | Nashua, New Hampshire
    Dance, Sleep, Bach: Exotic Dances & New Lullabies for Solo Guitar-- Aaron Larget-Caplan in Recital.
    The New Lullaby Project on tour, composer attending | Studio 99.

    Saturday, October 3, 2009 (2 shows --7:30 & 9:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Columbus, Ohio
    2009 60x60 DANCE - a Vox Novus live dance collaboration, (No. 23, Lynn Job, music & Amiti Perry, Dir. of Dance) | Wallstreet Night Club.

    Sunday, October 4, 2009 (4:00 p.m.)
    The Sixth Night | Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
    Dance, Sleep, Bach: Exotic Dances & New Lullabies for Solo Guitar-- Aaron Larget-Caplan in Recital.
    The New Lullaby Project on tour | The Loring-Greenough House.
    Reception after this event.

    Wednesday, October 14, 2009
    Malachi-Messenger | Limerick, Ireland
    60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | University of Limerick.

    Tuesday, October 20, 2009 (2:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Lexington, Kentucky
    The 3rd Annual Kentucky New Music Festival (Oct 19-26, 2009), The University of Kentucky School of Music & The Central Kentucky Student Chapter/Society of Composers International: 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | Niles Gallery, Lucille Little Fine Arts Library | University of Kentucky.

    Friday, November 6, 2009 (7:30 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Kansas City, Kansas
    2009 60x60 DANCE (festival CONCERT No. 5) - a Vox Novus live dance collaboration, (No. 23, Lynn Job, music & Amiti Perry, Dir. of Dance) Electronic Midwest Music Festival (EMM) (Nov. 5-7, 2009) | Kansas City Kansas Community College.

    Sunday, November 8, 2009 (7:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | St. Louis, Missouri
    2009 60x60 DANCE - a Vox Novus live dance collaboration (No. 23, Music by Lynn Job / Choreography by Rebekah Wessels) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers + 60 choreographers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, Amiti Perry, Director of Dance | Mad Art Gallery.

    Friday, November 13, 2009 (12:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | New York, New York
    2009 60x60 DANCE - a Vox Novus live dance collaboration (No. 23, Music by Lynn Job / Choreography by 60x60 Dance) - 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers + 60 choreographers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, Amiti Perry, Director of Dance | World Financial Center - Winter Garden Atrium.

    Friday, November 13, 2009 (4:30 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Cleveland, Mississippi
    2009 60x60 VIDEO - a Vox Novus film collaboration. Presented as Concert IV - Electro-acoustic Juke Joint (Music by Lynn Job) (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, and Patrick Liddell, Director of Film | The Bologna Performing Arts Center, Delta State University.

    Friday, November 13, 2009 (7:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Mount Pleasant, Michigan
    60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production | (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | Chamichian Hall, Central Michigan University.

    Sunday, November 15, 2009
    Malachi-Messenger | Strasbourg, France
    2009 60x60 VIDEO - a Vox Novus film collaboration | (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, and Patrick Liddell, Director of Film | Stimultania Art Galery.

    Sunday, November 15, 2009 (4:00 p.m.)
    The Sixth Night | Cohasset, Massachusetts
    Dance, Sleep, Bach: Exotic Dances & New Lullabies for Solo Guitar-- Aaron Larget-Caplan in Recital.
    The New Lullaby Project on tour | Meeting House at First Parish Church of Cohasset.

    Sunday, November 15, 2009 (12:00 p.m. Noon)
    Malachi-Messenger | College Station, Texas
    Electric La-Tex 2009 Conference - featuring - 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | Fallout Theatre, Texas A&M University.

    Thursday, December 3, 2009 (9:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | San Francisco, California
    60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production - sponsored by OUTSOUND Presents on The LSG New Music Series (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | Luggage Store Gallery.

    Saturday, December 5, 2009 (1:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Wilmington, California
    PACE Program featuring 60x60 (2009 International) - a Vox Novus production (No. 23) 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director | Log Angeles Harbor College.

    Thursday, December 10, 2009 (8:00 p.m.)
    Malachi-Messenger | Long Beach, California
    2009 60x60 VIDEO - a Vox Novus film collaboration (No. 23). 60 1-minute pieces by 60 composers, Robert Voisey, Artistic Director, and Patrick Liddell, Director of Film. Presented this date by Alan Schockley | University Art Museum, Horn Center (West Entrance) | California State University Long Beach.

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    BROADCASTS

    WKCR - FM 89.9 (New York, NY) | "Afternoon New Music" - June 25, 2008.
    WGDR - FM 91.1 (Goddard College, Vt.) | "In the House - with Kalvos and Damian" - July 19, 2008.
    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - July 20, 2008.
    WMUA - FM 91.1 (Amherst University, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - December 7, 2008.

    GALLERIES

    October 4 - November 1, 2008
    Chelsea Art Museum | New York City
    celebrating the "Notations 21 - an anthology of innovative musical notation" (Mark Batty Publisher, Theresa Sauer, editor, 2008). - Film exhibit of 168 graphic scores includes "Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse" (solo organ) by Job.

    INSTALLATIONS

    October 16 - 18, 2008
    | EMM Festival - Midwest Minutes Madness! | Romeoville, Illinois
    - World Premiere! - (3-day installation) a 4-year retrospective of "60x60 Midwest Minutes" (tour mixes 2005-2008: Lily, Chariot (Q2), Meso-mirth, & Blue Sand), a Vox Novus licensed production | Lewis University.

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | Thursday, January 17, 2008 (7:30 p.m.)
    Meso-mirth | Birmingham, Alabama
    2007 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour - a Vox Novus production (Robert Voisey, director) | 60 1-minute miniatures | Hill Recital Hall, Southern College

    | Tuesday, February 5, 2008 (6:00 p.m.)
    Meso-mirth | Nacagdoches, Texas
    2007 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour - a Vox Novus video collaboration (Robert Voisey with Zlatko Cosic) | 60 1-minute miniatures | Stephen F. Austin State University

    | February 21, 2008 (11 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
    "Free Play Ten: Listening Chamber" | Allendale, Michigan
    2007 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour, (Robert Voisey, director), a Vox Novus event (60 1-minute miniatures). Includes Meso-mirth | Art Gallery, Grand Valley State University

    | Friday, April 4, 2008 (11:00 p.m.)
    Meso-mirth | Tribeca, New York City
    2007 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour - a Vox Novus video collaboration (Robert Voisey with Zlatko Cosic) | 60 1-minute film miniatures | at Collective: Unconscious

    | Sunday, April 6, 2008 (2:30 p.m.)
    Serengeti Supper | Illinois
    (Elisabeth Troyer, alto saxophone) Music Building Auditorium | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

    | Saturday, April 19, 2008 (4:00 p.m.)
    Breathless - Joel's Fast | Kyiv, Ukraine
    World Premiere - (SQ) Performed by The Ukrainian Quartet ( Ostap Shutko, leader) | Concert of the "Musical Premieres of the Season" Festival, American String Quartets and Trios | The Hall of the Composers' Union of Ukraine

    | Sunday, April 20, 2008 (3:00 p.m.)
    Graceland | Illinois
    World Premiere (Carson Cooman, commissioner organist / Colby Cooman, trumpet soloinst) | Chapel of St. John the Divine. Organ by John-Paul Buzard (Opus 7, 1991) | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

    | Saturday, April 26, 2008 (8:00 p.m.)
    Meso-mirth | St. Louis, Missouri
    2007 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour - a Vox Novus video collaboration (Robert Voisey with Zlatko Cosic) | 60 1-minute film miniatures | Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster University

    | Thursday, June 5, 2008 (7:30 p.m.)
    Blue Graves Rising | Hewlett, New York
    (Christopher Oldfather, soloist) - Concert 1 of the Collaborative Concert Series of The Long Island Composers Alliance and the NACUSA-Texas Chapter | The Hewlett-Woodmere Library

    | Sunday, June 8, 2008
    Graceland | Massachusetts
    (Carson Cooman, commissioner organist / Colby Cooman, trumpet) | The Memorial Church, Harvard

    | Saturday, September 6, 2008 (8:00 p.m.)
    Blue Sand | Brooklyn, New York
    60x60 Evolution Mix - II - a Vox Novus live dance collaboration. THEME: celebrating the growth of the "60x60" program over the last 6 years ( Robert Voisey, Artistic Dir.), choreography direction by Jeramy Zimmerman - 60 1-minute miniatures by 60 composers and 60 choreographers. Held in NYC's first LEED certified "green" cultural venue - Galapagos Art Space

    | Tuesday, September 30, 2008 (7:00 p.m.)
    House of Jatamansi | Prague, Czech Republic
    (commissioned and performed by Due Solisti = Kathleen Scheide, USA/Zofie Vokalkova, Czech Republic) - World Premiere - | Church of St. Jakob's Ladder

    | Thursday, November 13, 2008 (6:00 p.m.)
    Blue Sand| Lexington, Kentucky
    2008 60x60 Midwest Minutes Tour - a Vox Novus event (Robert Voisey, artistic dir.), part of "The Kentucky New Music Festival," Niles Gallery, Lucille Little Fine Arts Library | University of Kentucky

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    BROADCASTS
    WKCR.org - FM 89.9 (New York, NY) | "Afternoon New Music" - Tuesday, June 26, 2007.

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | Sunday, January 7, 2007 (7:30 pm)
    Chariot (Q2) | St. Louis, Missouri
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (Midwest Minutes) with video, Winifred Moore Auditorium (Webster Univ. Film Series).

    | Friday, January 12, 2007 (Noon)
    Chariot (Q2) | Kansas City, Missouri
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

    | Thursday, January 25, 2007
    Chariot (Q2) | Allendale, Michigan
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (Midwest Minutes). "Free Play Six: Listening Chamber", Art Gallery, Grand Valley State University.

    | Monday, February 26, 2007 (8:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Denton, Texas
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, UNT Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia, hosted by the UNT Composers Forum.

    | Thursday, April 5, 2007 (8:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q2) | Bloomington, Illinois
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), Westbrook Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University.

    | Friday, April 20, 2007 (Noon)
    Lily | Lexington, Kentucky
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2005 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), John Jacobs Niles Center for American Music, University of Kentucky.

    | Saturday, April 21, 2007 (10:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Oberlin, Ohio
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). Fairchild Chapel, Oberlin Conservatory of Music.

    | Sunday, April 22, 2007 (6:30 pm)
    Armiger's Gate | Denton, Texas
    Russell Kitchen, solo viola, Senior Recital. UNT Concert Hall.

    | Monday, May 7, 2007 (7:30 pm)
    Two Sacred Motets in the Style of the 16th-Century (2 and 3-part mixed a cappella choir) | Elizabethton, Tennessee.
    Elizabethton Choral Club (Debbie Gouge, dir.) - Spring Concert, First Baptist Church of Elizabethton.

    | Thursday, June 7, 2007 (8:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Bremen, Germany
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). Theatersaal, University of Bremen.

    | Saturday, June 9, 2007
    Chariot (Q1) | San Francisco, California
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). San Francisco Community Music Center.

    | Sunday, June 10, 2007 (3:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | London, England
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). Amadeus Centre (Little Venice).

    | Friday, June 15, 2007 (7:00 pm)
    Lake House Letter | Munich, Germany
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (Munich Mix). Königsplatz München, and Hochschule für Musik und Theater - A*DEvantgarde Festival - June 12-28.

    | Monday, July 30, 2007 (7:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Long Island, New York
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). The Ruth S. Harley "University Center" Ballroom, Adelphi University Long Island.

    | Wednesday, August 22, 2007 (9:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Galway City, Ireland
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). "Stress!!" at De Burgo's (St. Augustine Street).

    | Sunday, August 26, 2007 (12:30 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) with choreographer Jeramy Zimmerman | Manhattan, New York
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, Yorkville Neighborhood.

    | Friday, September 28, 2007 (7:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Sydney, Australia
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2006 60x60 (International). "Live Wires" curated by Zavada & Sazdov, Music Workshop Hall, The University of Sydney.

    | Tuesday, October 9, 2007 (Noon)
    Meso-mirth | Lexington, Kentucky
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2007 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), John Jacobs Niles Center for American Music, University of Kentucky. World premiere.

    | Friday, October 12, 2007 (5:00 pm)
    Meso-mirth with video by Zlatko Cosic | Kansas City Kansas Community College
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2007 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), Electronic Music Midwest (EMM) Festival.

    | Saturday, November 17, 2007 (Morning)
    Serengeti Supper | San Francisco, California

    | Thursday, November 29, 2007 (7:30 pm)
    Meso-mirth with video by Zlatko Cosic | Romeoville, Illinois
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2007 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), "Arts and Ideas Program" - the "Music BYTES Series," Lewis University.

    | Thursday, November 29, 2007 (8:00 pm)
    Meso-mirth with video by Zlatko Cosic | Bloomington, Illinois
    Vox Novus, Rob Voisey, dir. - 2007 60x60 (Midwest Minutes), Westbrook Auditorium, Illinois Wesleyan University.

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    BROADCASTS
    WOBC.org - FM 91.5 (Oberlin, Ohio) | "Foldover Show" - May 8, 2006
    WKCR.org - FM 89.9 (New York, NY) | "Afternoon New Music" - June 13, 2006.

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | January 8, 2006 (3:00 pm)
    Arcangelo Red (rhapsody for solo violin) | Appleton, Wisconsin
    violinist Stéphane Tran Ngoc, "all-star" benefit at Lawrence Memorial Chapel: Concert for Humanity. Original version - world premiere.

    | March 9, 2006 (2:30 pm)
    Arcangelo Red (rhapsody for solo bassoon) | TSU San Marcos, Texas
    bassoonist Lori Wooden, College Music Society Annual South Central Chapter Composers Concert. Composer's transcription - world premiere.

    | May 6, 2006 (11:30 am)
    Lily | Lewis Community College at Forest Park, Missouri
    2005 60x60 Project (Midwest Minutes)

    | May 13, 2006 (2:00 pm)
    Blue Graves Rising | Fort Worth, Texas
    solo pianist Felipe J. Ramirez, 2-city NACUSA-sponsored Tour. Opening at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

    | May 25, 2006 (7:30 pm)
    Blue Graves Rising | Richardson, Texas
    solo pianist Felipe J. Ramirez, 2-city NACUSA-sponsored Tour. Closing at the Eisemann Center.

    | June 4, 2006
    By the Road to Ephrath - Rachel's Transfiguration (amaro for solo organ) | Millvale, Pennsylvania
    solo organist & commissioner Carson Cooman. Christ Lutheran Church, morning services

    | June 21, 2006 (7:30 pm)
    Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse (graphic score) | Penfield, New York
    solo organist & commissioner Carson Cooman, Concert for Works for Trumpet and Organ. World Premiere.

    | July/August, 2006
    Arcangelo Red | France
    (Rhapsody for solo violin) performed by Stéphane Tran Ngoc | European premiere, International Summer Music Festival of Provence.

    | October 12, 2006 (7:30 pm)
    Chariot (Q2) | Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois
    2006 60x60 Project (Midwest Minutes), opening night - Electronic Music Midwest (EMM) Festival

    | November 10, 2006 (8:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Collective: Unconscious, New York, New York
    2006 60x60 International Project, Opening night of the Tour - world premiere

    | November 18, 2006 (1:00 pm)
    Chariot (Q1) | Los Angeles Harbor College, Wilmington, California
    2006 60x60 International Project, Tour

    | November 19, 2006 (4:00 pm)
    Anchored in Perath: an apocalypse (graphic score) | Mission Church, Boston, Mass.
    solo organist & commissioner Carson Cooman, A Joint Organ Recital with Richard Bunbury.

    | December 11, 2006 (7:30 pm)
    Two Sacred Motets in the Style of the 16th-Century: I. Sancta immaculata virginitas (2-part) | Elizabethton, Tennessee
    Elizabethton Choral Club (Debbie Gouge, dir)

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    BROADCASTS
    WGDR.org - FM 91.1 (Goddard College, Vermont) | "Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar" - June 11, 2005
    WMUA.org - FM 91.1 (Amherst, Mass.) | "Martian Gardens" - June 12, 2005
    CFAMC National Webcast (based in New Jersey) | "Lynn Job: Composer of the Month - July" Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers | Two Sacred Motets in the Style of the 16th Century and Armiger's Gate - streaming - July 1 through July 31, 2005

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | January 31, 2005 (8:00 pm)
    By the Road to Ephrath - Rachel's Transfiguration | Houghton, New York
    (Amaro for solo organ) | organist & commissioner Carson Cooman in recital at Houghton College.

    | March 10, 2005 (7:30 pm)
    Yellowstone Blush - a Wedding Remembrance | University of Oklahoma, Norman
    (Duet for alto & tenor sax, William Funke & Michael Christensen) World Premiere. | College Music Society South Central Annual Conference Composers Concert at Pitman Recital Hall in the Catlett Music Center

    | March 31, 2005 (7:30 pm)
    Nehemiah's Dusk | Durant, Oklahoma
    solo tenor trombone, Tony Baker | Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Fine Arts Recital Hall

    | April 15, 2005 (8:00 pm)
    Nehemiah's Dusk | Denton, Texas
    solo tenor trombone, Tony Baker | UNT Concert Hall

    | May 6, 2005 (8:00 pm | 7:00 pm pre-concert Q & A)
    Lifing the Veil IV | California State University Sacramento
    (A charity benefit concert for WEAVE "Women Escaping a Violent Environment") hosted by Curvd Aire Brass Quintet | Featuring works by Lynn Job and Adrienne Albert along with single selections by Arrieu, Atwell, Jordanova & Tower | Capistrano Hall (Job and Albert also in residence at CSUS on May 5, guests of the Department of Composition.)
    5 selections by Job = Runaway Bay: Hula Sunrise (cello quartet); Arcangelo Red, (flute version); Toumai - Hope of Life (trumpet septet); Serengeti Supper (alto sax. & sound track); Olympic Fanfare '86 (brass quintet)

    | May 15, 2005 (2:00 pm)
    Toumai - Hope of Life | Sacramento, California
    (Trumpet Septet) The Concert Music Series, All Hallow's Church

    | July 10, 2005 (6:00 pm)
    By the Road to Ephrath - Rachel's Transfiguration | Freeport, Pennsylvania
    (Amaro for solo organ) commissioned and performed by Carson Cooman | Recital of Contemporary American Works, Trinity Concert Series, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

    | September 1 & 6, 2005
    River Ranch | Denton, Texas
    (a pastorale for wind ensemble/concert band) Premiere Reading/Recording Session - closed event | UNT Wind Symphony, conducted by Eugene Corporon| UNT Winspear Performance Hall, Murchison PAC

    | September 30, 2005 (2:00 pm)
    Lily | Lewis University, Illinois
    Music BYTES a Lewis University's Arts & Ideas Series public concert presenting 60x60 Midwest Minutes (a Vox Novus production) | Ives Hall, Oremus Fine Arts Center

    | October 21, 2005 (7:30 pm)
    Lily | Kansas City Kansas Community College, Kansas
    (on 60x60 Midwest Minutes) - a Vox Novus production as "Concert V," part of the 2005 Electronic Music Midwest Festival (October 20-22)

    | November 4, 2005
    Blue Graves Rising | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    (an apostrophe/interlude for solo piano) | Commissioned and performed by Carson Cooman | Special Concert for the Trinity Theological Seminary 2005 Ministerial Conclave, World Premiere - closed event.

    | November 10, 2005 (7:30 pm).
    Lily | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    (on 60x60 Midwest Minutes) - a Vox Novus production

    | November 16, 2005
    Lily | University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
    (on 60x60 Midwest Minutes) - a Vox Novus production

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    | March 8 & 10, 2004 (1:00 pm)
    Serengeti Supper | Ivancice/Brno, Czech Republic
    (alto sax. & sound track) 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

    | March 11, 2004 (8:00 pm)
    Runaway Bay: Hula Sunrise | UNT Recital Hall, Denton
    Cello Quartet (coached by Eugene Osadchy, featuring Shawna Hamilton, soloist) Texas Premiere

    | March 12, 2004 (7:30 pm)
    Nehemiah's Dusk & Moon Largo | Henderson State University, Arkadelphia (solo trombonist Brandon Egner) - the Arkansas premiere & (solo trumpeter Jason Webb) - the world premiere - for the College Music Society SC Chapter Annual Conference

    | March 25, 2004 (7:30 pm)
    Moon Largo | Tarrant Co. College, Fort Worth
    solo Bb trumpeter Raquel Rodriguez - "Women in Music: A Celebration" (Lynn Job also performed 2 poems)

    | March 30, 2004 (8:00 pm)
    Azimuth Dance: Where is North? | UNT Recital Hall, Denton
    (8 percussionists led by Christopher Deane)

    | April 18, 2004 (6:30 pm)
    Duetto Maduro | UNT Recital Hall
    World Premiere (fantasy for two violins) performed & commissioned by Julia Bushkova with Lisamarie Vana

    | April 19, 2004 (11:00 pm)
    Serengeti Supper | UNT Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
    (alto sax. & sound track) soloist Frank Heidlberger - Opening Concert for the 40th Anniversary Festival of the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia - 5 concerts reviewed by Larry Austin, Computer Music Journal

    | April 22, 2004 (8:30 pm)
    Serengeti Supper | New Jersey City University
    (alto sax. & sound track) Rick Fontaine

    | April 22, 2004 (8:00 pm)
    Moon Largo | CSU Sacramento
    solo Bb trumpeter Paul Simmons - Curvd Aire Brass Quintet) "Lifing the Veil III" (works of women composers)

    | June 16, 2004 (Noon)
    Moon Largo | Sacramento
    solo Bb trumpeter Paul Simmons - Curvd Aire Brass Quintet) "Music at Noon," a community concert

    | July 25, 2004 (10:30 am)
    By the Road to Ephrath | Penfield, New York
    World Premiere - amaro for solo organist & commissioner Carson Cooman

    | August 1, 2004 (9:30 am)
    By the Road to Ephrath | Webster, New York
    Amaro for solo organist & commissioner Carson Cooman

    | October 9, 2004 (4:00 pm)
    Lily | UNT Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
    (electronic work - one of several miniatures in "Bells for Nicolas"), part of the "Memorial Concert for Nicolas Useche."

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    BROADCASTS
    KWBU.org - FM 103.3 , an NPR-affiliate (Waco, Texas) | "Music at Baylor" with host Richard Veit | Job's "Armiger's Gate" (violist Kathryn Steely) - October 4 (2:00 p.m. CST) & October 6 (7:00 p.m. CST).

    LIVE CONCERTS

    | January 21, 2003 (2:45 pm)
    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

    | February 7-10, 2003
    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

    | February 18, 2003 (7:00 pm)
    Shadow's Pipe | Goshen, Indiana
    Solo Flutist Becky Hovan - Indiana Premiere, Goshen College |

    | February 23, 2003 (4:00 pm)
    Shadow's Pipe | South Bend, Indiana
    Solo Flutist Becky Hovan, Recital Hall in Northside Hall, Indiana University |

    | March 1, 2003 (4:15 pm)
    Armiger's Gate | Waco
    Solo Violist Kathryn Steely, Baylor University Jones Concert Hall, McCrary Music Building - for the College Music Society |

    | March 5, 2003 (Noon)
    Nehemiah's Dusk | Denton, Texas
    Solo Trombonist Andrea Neumann, preview - University of North Texas Recital Hall |

    | March 10-13, 2003
    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 |

    | April 18, 2003 (1:00 pm)
    Azimuth Dance: Where is North? | Denton
    (8 percussionists led by Christopher Deane) - Percussion Departmental Concert - UNT Recital Hall |

    | April 28, 2003 (8:00 pm)
    Nehemiah's Dusk | Denton
    Solo Tenor Trombonist Andrea Neumann - Doctoral Recital - UNT Recital Hall |

    | July 24, 2003 (8:00 pm)
    Serengeti Supper | Denton
    (alto sax. & soundtrack) - Nathan Mandel Senior Recital - UNT Recital Hall |

    | August 12, 2003 (7:30 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, 2003.
    Armiger's Gate | Jerusalem
    Solo Violist Yoel Greenberg - masterclass concert with acclaimed Israeli viola virtuosa Ms. Rivka Golani - Hebrew University |

    | November 22, 2003 (8:00 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 |

    | December 11, 2003 (8:00 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 |

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    2002


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    | January 16, 2002 (8:00 pm)
    Prelude in E minor | Edmond, Oklahoma.
    (Tess Remy-Schumacher, cello) world premiere, Y-Chapel Series, the U of Central Oklahoma |

    | January 26, 2002 (8:00 pm)
    Prelude in E minor | Austin, Texas.
    (Tess Remy-Schumacher, cello) Texas premiere, Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall, U of Texas at Austin |

    | February 5, 2002 (7:30 pm)
    Systole: Book I (3 songs) | Waco, Texas.
    (soprano Karen Hall & pianist Andrew Hudson), world premiere, Ball Performing Arts Center, McLennan Community College |

    | February 23, 2002 (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

    | March 3, 2002 (5:00 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 9, 2002 (4:00 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 |

    | September 1, 2002 (9:30 am)
    "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 8, 2002 (6:30 pm).
    "Of Salt and Grapes" (AKA "Iron Horse Nocturne") | Penfield, New York.
    (pipe organ) performed by Carson Cooman, organist. | Rochester Christian Reformed Church |

    | September 22, 2002 (8:00 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 28, 2002 (8:00 pm)
    Serengeti Supper | Bayreuth, Germany.
    (alto sax. & sound track) Bayreuth Premiere, requested & performed by Frank Heidlberger, PhD. Duo Concert Horns & Hands with Christoph Wünsch |

    | October 17, 2002 (8:00 pm)
    Toumai: Hope of Life (7 trumpets) & Armiger's Gate | Denton, Texas.
    World Premieres, NOVA Concert, University of North Texas Recital Hall |

    | October 26, 2002 (3:00 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, 2002 (5:00 pm)
    Shadow's Pipe | Denton, Texas.
    (solo flute) World Premiere, Senior Recitalist Jennifer Chen, at the University of North Texas | Recital Hall |

    | October 28, 2002 (8:00 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 |

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    | February 24, 2001 (2:00 pm)
    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

    | April 19, 2001 (8:00 pm)
    Eulogy for St. John | Edmond, Oklahoma.
    [12 trumpets], UCO Trumpet Choir, dir. James L. Klages at Heritage Presbyterian Church |

    | (Summer tour, 2001)
    2-Part Invention in F-minor | Rochester, New York.
    (pipe organ), Carson Cooman, organist

    | September 1 (6:00 pm) - 2 (9:00 am & 11:00 am), 2001
    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

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    | worshops in April, 2000
    BOOMERANGST | Dallas, Texas.
    (workshops for a new stage musical by Romersberger & Job, commissioned music), Southern Methodist University |

    | May, 2000
    YOU | Denton, Texas.
    (a 1950s-style country love ballad licensed to Denton Community Theatre's production of Inge's play Bus Stop |

    | September 23, 2000 (4:00 pm)
    September Jade: a wedding divertimento | Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
    (a commissioned work for alto sax, Bb trumpet & string quartet) world premiere |

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    1999-present

    | Several selections from - ELATIO: Praises and Prophecies - are before various performers and conductors.
    New Classical Music production underwriting search ==> on-going.

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    1990-1998

    | 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.

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    1977-1989

    | 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.

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    1975-1977

    | 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.

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