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November 25, 2018

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Los Angeles Opera

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Opera
Matthew Aucoin hosts and curates After Hours, a post-show concert series, following Hansel & Gretel

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November 30, 2018

30
Boston Modern Orchestra Project

Boston, MA
Jordan Hall

Boston Modern Orchestra Project
Jennifer Koh, violin
David Russell, cello
Gil Rose, conductor

Program to include Aucoin’s Evidence as well as music by Vijay Iyer, Lukas Foss, and Carlos Surinach

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January 15, 2019

15
San Diego Symphony

San Diego, CA
San Diego Symphony
Matthew Aucoin, piano
Keir GoGwilt, violin
Members of the San Diego Symphony
As part of his curation of San Diego’s city-wide Hearing the Future festival, Matthew Aucoin presents this evening of revolutionary, invigorating chamber music. The program will include music by Haydn, Schoenberg, John Adams, and Matthew Aucoin.

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January 24, 2019

24
San Diego Symphony

San Diego, CA
Program to include music by Thomas Adès, Lili Boulanger, Andrew Norman, Stravinsky, Beethoven, and more
San Diego Symphony
Matthew Aucoin, conductor

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January 25, 2019

25
San Diego Symphony

San Diego, CA
Program to include music by Thomas Adès, Lili Boulanger, Andrew Norman, Stravinsky, Beethoven, and more
San Diego Symphony
Matthew Aucoin, conductor

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January 27, 2019

27
San Diego Symphony

San Diego, CA
Program to include music by Thomas Adès, Lili Boulanger, Andrew Norman, Stravinsky, Beethoven, and more
San Diego Symphony
Matthew Aucoin, conductor

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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.

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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 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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March 25, 2019

25
Wigmore Hall

London, UK
Wigmore Hall

Paul Appleby, tenor
Malcolm Martineau, piano

Paul Appleby sings the first UK performance of Aucoin’s Merrill Songs, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall and London’s Wigmore Hall. Also on the program is music by Schubert and Britten.

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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 4, 2019

4
AMOC

Brooklyn, NY
National Sawdust
Davóne Tines, bass-baritone
Matthew Aucoin, piano
AMOC and National Sawdust present a discussion of Tom-Tom, Shirley Graham DuBois’s lost operatic epic, led by scholar Lucy Caplan, along with musical excerpts from the opera performed by Davóne Tines and Matthew Aucoin.

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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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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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