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Adam Schoenberg is Winning Over Orchestras and Audiences

March 27th, 2014 · 1 Comment

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Adam Schoenberg is Winning Over Orchestras and Audiences

American composer Adam Schoenberg is enjoying widespread success with his orchestral works Finding Rothko (2006) and American Symphony (2011). Finding Rothko will soon have over 30 performances to its credit, with more coming up next season with the Florida Orchestra and Phoenix Symphony, among others. American Symphony has been performed more than a dozen times, and many more performances are scheduled for the coming seasons, getting the work off to a solid start towards the goal of performances in all 50 U.S. states. Adam is currently on the faculty of the UCLA Department of Music.

SPRING PERFORMANCES

American Symphony (2011)
March 7-9, June 19: Kansas City Symphony/Michael Stern; Kansas City, MO
Up! (2010)

March 9: American Youth Symphony/Alexander Treger; Los Angeles, CA

June 1: St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra/Steven Jarvi; St. Louis, MO
Finding Rothko (2006)

April 10-12: Pacific Symphony/Tito Mu?oz; Costa Mesa, CA

May 17, 18: Lake Forest Symphony Orchestra/Jacomo Bairos; Lake Bluff, IL

May 21, 22, June 19: Kansas City Symphony/Michael Stern; Kansas City, MO
Canto (2014) World Premiere

April 11: Lexington Philharmonic/Scott Terrell; Lexington, KY
Picture Studies (2012)
Kansas City Symphony/Michael Stern; Kansas City, MO

Next Season: performances of various works by: Florida Orchestra, Fort Worth Symphony, Grand Rapids Symphony, New West Symphony, Orlando Philharmonic, Phoenix Symphony, and others

Tags: Alumni · Composers · Composition · Composition · Faculty · School of Music · Students

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