-Consortium Commission of concerto for Shofar/trombone,
Tekiah, to be premiered in fall, 2009. Consortium orchestras include: Wilmington Symphony, Oct. 24, 2009, Brevard Philharmonic, Nov. 15, 2009; University of South Carolina Symphony, Nov. 17, 2009, Western Piedmont Symphony and Dayton Philharmonic in 2009-10 or 2010-11, dates tba. Commission also supported by Lilly Filler and Bill Stern in memory of their parents, Jadzia and Ben Stern.
Recent performances include:
for violin and piano, Kobayashi/Grey Duo, Odeon Chamber Music Series, Falls Church, VA. Kobayashi/Grey Duo also recorded
on their recent Albany Records release of music for violin and piano by women composers titled
Kenneth Heinemeier, v
Dr. Jeffrey Brown, piano, at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.
-As part of Warshauer's Nancy A. Smith Distinguished Visitor appointment at Coastal Carolina University, the following works were performed by the faculty
with Anne Dervin, clarinet;
Bati l'Gani (I Came into My Garden)
with Amy Hardison Tully, flute, and Kurry Seymour, percussion; and
Four Songs from the Holocaust
with David Bankston, tenor, Amy Hardison Tully, flute, and Philip Howell, piano.
-Another faculty concert featuring Warshauer's chamber music is scheduled for October 29, 2009.
-February 13-- "Meira Warshauer: My Life in Music" for the university-wide Celebration of Inquiry; and
-March 13-- "Streams in the Desert: A Musical Journey with Composer Meira Warshauer" for Women and Gender Studies.
-Another lecture is planned for the Music Department in fall, 2009.
-one for chorus, to be performed in spring, 2010
-one for concert band, to be performed in spring, 2010