September 30th, 2022 6:00 PM
Eastman School of Music Centennial Award
Louis Karchin

Presented to Mr. Karchin by the Eastman School for lifetime achievement in music, in celebration of the school’s 100th year.

  October 12th, 2022 7:30 PM
Journeys, from Ancient Scenes (2014)
Temple University New Music Ensemble, Jan Krzywicki, conductor

The Temple University New Music Ensemble, conducted by Jan Krzywicki, performs the largest instrumental movement of Karchin’s modular work, Ancient Scenes, along with music by Andreia Pinto Correla and three world premieres by Temple University composers.

  October 20th, 2022 7:30 PM
Chapman Foundation Recital Hall, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Stephen Drury, piano

Stephen Drury presents the Sonata-Fantasia on a program with Frederic Rzweski's The People United Will Never Be Defeated and Charles Ives' Concord Sonata

  October 27th, 2022 8:00 PM
Trio for violin, cello and piano (2019, U. S. Premiere)
Bickford Theatre, Morris Museum, Morris Township, NJ

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022 8:00 PM
The Horszowski Trio
The U. S. Premiere of this 25-minute work, on a concert with trios by Smetana and Shostakovich.

  March 28th, 2023 7:30 PM
Tribute to the Angels (2020, World Premiere)
Cary Hall, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 West 37th Street, New York, NY

As part of the Talea Ensemble’s annual “Written for Talea” program, the group, with soprano Jennifer Zetlan, will premiere Karchin’s extended vocal-instrumental cycle based on poetry of H. D. (a. k. a. Hilda Doolitle). The work was commissioned by the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University, and the concert, postponed for several years due of the pandemic, will include additional premieres by Tyshawn Sorey and Anthony Cheung.

  April 15th, 2023 7:30 PM
Arches (2019)
Tenri Institute,, 43a West 13th Street, New York, New York
Sam Jones, trumpet

Arches, for trumpet and percussion, will be performed as part of a return of the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society to the Tenri Institute in Manhattan after a hiatus of three years. Also on the program will be new works by Elizabeth Hoffman, Jaime Oliver, Gordon Beeferman and others.