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February 28, 2019

28
American Civil War Museum

Richmond, VA
1:30 PM and 7:30 PM
American Civil War Museum
AUCOIN scenes from Crossing
Rod Gilfry, baritone
Mackenzie Gotcher, tenor
Kenneth Kellog, bass-baritone
Matthew Aucoin, piano

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March 4, 2019

4
ensembleNEW SRQ

Sarasota, FL
First United Methodist Church
ensembleNEW SRQ
Thea Lobo, mezzo-soprano
Samantha Bennett, violin
Matthew Aucoin, conductor
Program to include Aucoin’s The Orphic Moment and Its Own Accord as well as music by Berio and Gubaidulina

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March 10, 2019

10
Hub New Music

New York, NY
Tenri Cultural Institute
Boston’s crack new-music quartet Hub New Music plays a series of miniatures composed for them by Matthew Aucoin.

03

March 16, 2019

16
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
Matthew Aucoin hosts and curates After Hours, a post-show concert series, following The Clemency of Titus

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March 21, 2019

21
Hammer Museum

Los Angeles, CA
Hammer Museum
Hammer Conversations Presents: Matthew Aucoin and Megan Amram
Matthew Aucoin and comedian/writer Megan Amram will have a public conversation about their work, the intersection of opera and absurdist comedy, and much more.

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March 24, 2019

24
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
Matthew Aucoin hosts and curates After Hours, a post-show concert series, following The Clemency of Titus

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April 2, 2019

2
Da Camera Chamber Music and Jazz

Houston, USA
HENRY The Veil of Orpheus
PINTSCHER Study No. 1 for Treatise on the Veil
MONTEVERDI Possente spirto from Orfeo
BIRTWISTLE Orpheus Elegies for countertenor, oboe and harp
AUCOIN This Earth
AUCOIN Excerpts from Eurydice (2019)
Anthony Roth Costanzo, countertenor
Kelly Markgraf, baritone
Matthew Aucoin, piano

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April 10, 2019

10
AMOC

Brooklyn, NY
National Sawdust
Keir GoGwilt, violin
Coleman Itzkoff, cello
Conor Hanick, piano
Musicians from AMOC (American Modern Opera Company) will perform an adventurous chamber-music concert featuring music by Salvatore Sciarrino and Celeste Oram as well as Matthew Aucoin’s violin sonata, Its Own Accord.

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April 12, 2019

12
WBUR- CitySpace

Boston, MA
AUCOIN Its Own Accord
AUCOIN With Care
Keir GoGwilt and Miranda Cuckson, violins
Matthew Aucoin, piano
Matthew Aucoin is joined by his AMOC colleagues Keir GoGwilt and Miranda Cuckson, as well as radio host Christopher Lydon, for an afternoon of music as well as discussion of Aucoin’s influences and inspirations.

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May 3, 2019

3
Staller Center for the Arts

Stony Brook, NY
AUCOIN Selections from Crossing
Rod Gilfry, baritone
Matthew Aucoin, piano
Matthew Aucoin will both perform selections from his opera Crossing and give a talk on Walt Whitman and music as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of Walt Whitman’s birth.

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May 28, 2019

28
Listenpony at Borough New Music

London, UK
Listenpony at Borough New Music
Program to include Aucoin’s Three Études as well as music by Knussen, Carter, and others
George Fu, piano

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May 31, 2019

31
Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew

New York, NY
Dessoff Choirs
Program to include a new arrangement of choruses from Crossing, for mixed choir, as well as music by Eve Beglarian and Tania León

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June 20, 2019

20
The Morgan Library

New York, NY
The Morgan Library & Museum
In conjunction with the exhibition Walt Whitman at 200, Matthew Aucoin curates an evening of spoken word and music featuring Walt Whitman’s letters and poems with musical excerpts from Crossing and works by John Adams and Leonard Bernstein.
Matthew Aucoin, piano
Ben Lerner, poet/writer
Additional artists TBA

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November 6, 2019

6
Carnegie Hall

New York, NY
Carnegie Hall
Brentano String Quartet
Program to include the New York premiere of Aucoin’s new string quartet as well as music by Mozart and Ravel

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November 13, 2019

13
Carnegie Hall

New York, NY
Carnegie Hall
American Composers Orchestra
George Manahan, conductor
PURRINGTON Guitar Concerto
IVES Selected Songs (orch. Purrington/Lash)
AUCOIN Evidence
The American Composers Orchestra gives the first New York City performance of Aucoin’s orchestral piece Evidence, under the baton of George Manahan.

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February 1, 2020

1
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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February 8, 2020

8
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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February 14, 2020

14
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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February 16, 2020

16
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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February 20, 2020

20
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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February 23,2020

23
Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
AUCOIN Eurydice (world premiere)
Danielle DeNiese – Eurydice
Joshua Hopkins – Orpheus
Rod Gilfry – Father
John Holiday – Orpheus’s Double
Barry Banks – Hades
Libretto by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Mary Zimmerman
Conducted by Matthew Aucoin

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