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10/10/16

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bullet Coming in Thirds performed by Jai Jeffryes at Arizona State University (October, 2016)
bullet Coming in Thirds performed by Jai Jeffryes at Spectrum, NYC, as part of ACA Giant Half Steps (May, 2016)
bullet World premiere of Civic Celebration by the Holyoke Civic Symphony, David Kidwell, conductor, Holyoke, MA (May, 2016).
bullet Choir Credo commission (Fall, 2015).
bullet Scholar-in-Residence, 8th annual Mercer County Jewish Choral Festival, Lawrenceville, NJ (February, 2015).
bullet Coming in Thirds performed by Jai Jeffryes at the Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York City (January, 2015).
bullet Menagerie performed by The New Music Conflagration, St. Petersburg, FL (December, 2014).
bullet Susquehanna Sunset performed by the Holyoke Civic Symphony, David Kidwell, conductor, Holyoke, MA (March, 2014).
bullet In Search of Yiddishkeit at JFS Metro West Café Europa, South Orange, NJ (July, 2013).
bullet Choir Credo commission (Fall, 2012).
bullet Menagerie presented by the American Society for Jewish Music at the Center for Jewish History, NYC (June, 2012).
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Premiere of Touching Bass by Jack Hill and John Kamitsuka at Princeton University (May, 2012)

bullet Performances of Because at Boston Metro Opera's Contemporary Americana Festivals (May, 2011 and May, 2012).
bullet Premiere of Time Shares by Tromba Mundi at the 36th annual ITG conference, Minneapolis (May, 2011).
bullet Menagerie performed by Ensemble: Périphérie at University of Minnesota-Morris (April, 2011).
bullet In Search of Yiddishkeit, Monmouth County Jewish Heritage Museum, Freehold, NJ (April, 2011).
bullet Performance of Quick Study by Peter Vinograde, Beijing, China (March, 2011).
bullet Honorable mention, Pathways contest (January, 2011).
bullet Menagerie performed by Conundrum at the Fresno New Music Festival (November, 2010).
bullet Choir Credo commission (Fall, 2010).
bullet Performance by Peter Vinograde of On the Edges at the ACA Summer Music Festival (June, 2010).
bullet Premiere of Coming in Thirds by Sindy Yang at the Renée B. Fisher Competition winners concert, Neighborhood Music School, New Haven, CT (May, 2010).
bullet Premiere of Suite! by the Southern Utah University Wind Symphony, Mark Stickney, director (April, 2010).
bullet Winner, first annual Hal Campbell Composition Contest, Southern Utah University (February, 2010).
bullet Winner, Boston Metro Opera choral competition (January, 2010).
bullet California premieres of Proverbs for Four at Fifty by Volti in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Palo Alto (November, 2009).
bullet Premiere of Fanfare for an Uncommon Time by the Rutgers University Wind Ensemble at Symphony Space, NYC (November, 2009).
bullet Raritonality performed by the Trinity University Symphonic Wind Ensemble (November, 2009).
bullet Performance of Marche Comique by Southern Utah University Wind Symphony, Mark Stickney, conductor (October, 2009).
bullet Performances of Recollections by Tromba Mundi in Mesa, Tucson, Phoenix, Paradise Valley, and Flagstaff Arizona (September, 2009).
bullet Performance of Assunpink Twilight by Alan Mallach at the Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County (May 2009).
bullet Yiddish arrangements performed by Sharim V'Sharot at the Mercer County Jewish Choral Festival (March, 2009).
bullet Premiere of Selah by Peter Saleh, Shu-Te University, Taiwan (March, 2009).
bullet Renée B. Fisher Composer Award (March, 2009).
bullet In Search of Yiddishkeit: a musical odyssey of Jewish exploration and self-discovery, Roosevelt Arts Project (February, 2009).
bullet Premiere performances of Recollections by Tromba Mundi at Rowan and West Chester Universities (February, 2009).
bullet Featured on New Jersey Network's State of the Arts (January, 2009).
bullet Performance of Yiddish arrangements by the Riverside Choral Society, New York City (December 2008).
bullet Presentation at Queens College (CUNY) New Music Group (December 2008).
bullet Concert premiere of The Outlaw and the King (Act II), Nicholas Music Center, Rutgers University (December, 2008).
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NJ premiere of Shir Kinah by the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra (November 2008).

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Appointed Visiting Artist, Rutgers University (Fall 2008).

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Performance of Two Browning Settings (Grow Old Along With Me, Because) by the Virtuoso Singers at the ACA 9th Annual Festival of American Music (June 2008).

bullet In Search of Yiddishkeit: a musical odyssey of Jewish exploration and self-discovery, Monmouth University Third Annual Jewish Culture Program, Monmouth University (February 2008).
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Premiere of Triarchy at West Chester University, PA (February 2008).

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Performance of Menagerie by Patricia Sonego and Le Nuove Musiche, New York City (January 2008).

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Performance of Intermezzo from 4PAR4RAP by the NJ Saxophone Quartet, Weill Recital Hall (January 2008).

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Premieres of Shir Kinah and Out of the Wilderness by the Santa Cruz Chamber Orchestra, Maya Barsacq, music director (September 2007).

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Premiere performances of Etude with 'tude by Peter Vinograde, Lehman College, NY, and Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music Society, Waterloo, Ontario (May 2007).

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Yiddish arrangements at the Mary and Samuel Hamelsky Music Shabbat, Yom HaShoah commemoration at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, New Brunswick, NJ (April 2007).

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Concert presentation of The Outlaw and the King (Act I), Rutgers University (December 2006).

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Appointed Visiting Professor of Music, Rutgers University (Fall 2006).

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Release of Raritonality by Mark Masters (July 2006).

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Performance of Menagerie by the American Society for Jewish Music (June 2006).

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Performance of Marche Comique by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble, Dr. William Berz, conductor (April 2006).

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Release of Because by MSR Classics (April 2006).

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Appearance with the NJ Saxophone Quartet at the Algonquin Arts Center, Manasquan, NJ (March 2006).

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Premiere of Randabout, music for the dance "2 Out of 200" choreographed by Randy James, as part of "Dances From The Garden" at the State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ (February 2006) and at Danspace in New York (March 2006).

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Publication of Mark Zuckerman Yiddish Choral Series by ECS Publishing (February 2006).

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Premiere of Assunpink Twilight by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble (December 2005).

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Performance of Amerike di prekhtike at Shea Stadium by the Jewish People's Philharmonic Chorus, conducted by Binyumen Schaechter (August 2005).

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Performance of Susquehanna Sunset by Sheldon Bair and the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra in Bel Air, Maryland (June 2005).

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Premiere of Beside the Still Waters by the Rutgers Symphony Band (April 2005).

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Performance of Raritonality by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble (April 2005).

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Performances of Bay mir bistu sheyn by Chicago a cappella (April 2005).

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Carnegie Hall performance of Raritonality by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble (March 2005).

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Showcase concert by the NJ Saxophone Quartet, with premiere of Four Pieces After Rooseveltians for the Roosevelt Arts Project (March, 2005).

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American Music Center Live Music for Dance commission (December, 2004).

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Premiere of Hoboken Vignettes by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble, Dr. William Berz conducting (November, 2004).

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Premiere of Raritonality by the Rutgers Wind Ensemble, Dr. William Berz conducting (October, 2004).

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Premiere performances of Renewal by Jean-Christophe Dobrzelewski (trumpet) and Guy Whatley (pipe organ) in Midland, TX and at the University of Texas in Arlington (October, 2004).

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Publication of S'lichah by Zimbel Press (June, 2004).

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Performance of Marche Comique by the Raritan Valley Symphonic Band, Dr. William Berz, Conductor (June, 2004)

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Canadian premiere of Tart Stylings by Cliff Ojala at the New Music North Festival, Thunder Bay, Ontario (June, 2004)

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Premiere of North Country Dance (string orchestra) in Bel Air, MD by the C. Milton Wright orchestra (May, 2004).

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Premiere of Jersey Sure by the NJ Saxophone Quartet, Millville, NJ (April, 2004).

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Publication of Yiddish arrangements by Transcontinental Music (April, 2004).

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Midwest premiere of Susquehanna Sunset by the Keweenaw (Michigan) Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alton Thompson (March, 2004).

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New Jersey State Council for the Arts Fellowship (February, 2004).

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Publication of "Making Music Speak the Language: Challenges Arranging Yiddish Songs for Chorus" in Koleinu, periodical of the American Conference of Cantors (December, 2003).

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Publication of Shpatsír by Ludwig Music (July, 2003).

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Release of The Year in Yiddish Song by Centaur Records (April, 2003).

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Premiere of String Quartet second movement, New Music Festival of Sandusky, Sandusky, Ohio (November, 2002).

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Premiere of Quick Study (piano) at the St. Andrews Music Society, New York City by Peter Vinograde (October, 2002).

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Premiere of Tale of the Scale (flute, clarinet/saxophone, bass trombone, percussion) by Tales and Scales, Louisville, KY (September, 2002).

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Performances of Mir zaynen do tsu zingen! and arrangements of Yiddish songs (a cappella chorus) at the 2002 International Choral Festival at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, by Ben Schaechter and the Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus (July, 2002).

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Premier performances of Susquehanna Sunset (orchestra) by Sheldon Bair and the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra in Bel Air, Maryland (June, 2002).

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Premiere of Festive Flourish (concert band), commissioned by the Sandusky New Music Festival, in Sandusky, Ohio by the festival band (May, 2002).

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Holocaust Memorial performance of Doyres fun der Tsukunft (a cappella choir) by Sharim V’Sharot, Princeton, New Jersey (April, 2002).

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University of North Dakota performance at Music of the Americas Pianofest of On the Edges by Peter Vinograde (March, 2002).

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Canadian premieres of On the Edges by Peter Vinograde at the University of Winnipeg and the K-W Chamber Music Society (March, 2002).

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Manhattan School of Music Composers’ Forum presentation of On the Edges by Peter Vinograde (February, 2002).

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Premiere of Two Emily Dickinson Settings (flute, clarinet, trombone, vibraphone, and triangle) by Tales and Scales at the University of Southern Indiana (February, 2002). Also performed at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Evansville, Indiana (May, 2002).

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Premiere of Theme Song (orchestra) by Sheldon Bair and the Harford County, MD All-County High School Orchestra (February 2002).

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U.S. premiere of On the Edges (piano) at the St. Andrews Music Society, New York City by Peter Vinograde (November, 2001).

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Recording session with members of the Seattle Symphony (July, 2001).

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Asian premiere of On the Edges (piano) at Tunghai University, Taiwan by Peter Vinograde (July, 2001).

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Premiere of Menagerie (flute, soprano, piano) at Merkin Concert Hall, New York City by Zara Lawler (flute), Mary Ellen Callahan (soprano) and Margaret Kampmeier (piano) (June, 2001).

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Release of On the Edges (piano solo) on Phoenix USA by Peter Vinograde (May, 2001).

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Premiere of Shpatsír (orchestra) in Bel Air, MD by the C. Milton Wright combined orchestras (May, 2001).

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Premiere of Introduction and Fugue (string orchestra) at the Sandusky New Music Festival in Sandusky, Ohio by the festival orchestra (May, 2001).

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Boston University performance of Paraphrases (flute alone) by James Winn (April, 2001).

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Release of Proverbs for Four at Fifty (a cappella choir) on Living Artist Recordings by the Gregg Smith Singers (February, 2001).

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