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Meet the Artist interview, Louis Karchin 2019: https://meettheartist.online/2019/08/06/louis-karchin-composer/

American Visions (for baritone and orchestra, on poems of Yevgeny Yevtushenko)
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American Visions (for baritone and orchestra, on poems of Yevgeny Yevtushenko)
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Sonata for Violoncello and Piano

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Rustic Dances (for violin, clarinet and marimba)

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Romulus, a comic opera in one act

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Galactic Folds, for chamber ensemble

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Deux Poemès de Mallarmé, for soprano and piano

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Chamber Symphony

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Carmen de Boheme, for soprano and piano, on poetry of Hart Crane

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Excursions, for viola and electronic sounds

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To the Sun, for soprano and piano (anonymous Orphic Hymn, ca. 300 A. D.)

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Rochester Celebration

Barcarole Variations

Quest

A Jersey Reverie on New York Notes


Videos

Three Songs on Poems of Emily Dickinson performed by Jessica Bowers and Oren Fader

Two Sacred Songs performed by Marisa Karchin, soprano; Haodong Wu, piano

ORPHEUS, Angela Jones, Eurydice; L. Jonathan Collins, Orpheus; The Washington Square Ensemble, Dominic Inferrera, baritone, Louis Karchin, conductor; Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, NYC, March 25, 2004.

Luminous Fields (Network for New Music, Philadelphia)

Rhapsody for Violin and Piano performed by Miranda Cuckson, violin, Steven Beck, piano, Leonard Nimoy Theatre, NYC, Feb. 19, 2013

Four Orchestral Songs on Poems of Seamus Heaney
Orchestra of the League of Composers
Heather Buck, soprano
Louis Karchin, conductor
Miller Theatre, New York, June 1, 2019. World Premiere

Barcarole Variations performed by Renee Jolles, violin and Susan Jolles, harp

Rochester Celebration performed by Margaret Kampmeier

A Jersey Reverie on New York Notes - performed by Heather O'Donnell

Quest perfrormed by Alice Teyssier flute, and Ashley Jackson, harp