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"All the different branches of art receive their inspiration from the same root. What is that root? I believe it is a passionately strong feeling for the poetry of life – for the beautiful, the mysterious, the romantic, the ecstatic – the loveliness of nature, the lovability of people, everything that excites us, everything that starts our imagination working, laughter, gaiety, 'pretending' in the way that children do, strength, heroism, love, tenderness, every time we see – however dimly – the god-like that is in everyone – and want to kneel in reverence." - Leopold Stokowski



Orchestras
Australian Chamber Orchestra (US Tour)
Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
Boston Baroque
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
Columbus Symphony Orchestra
Israel Chamber Orchestra (US Tour)
Nashville Symphony Orchestra
San Diego Symphony Orchestra
Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

Organizations and Competitions
Association of Performing Arts Presenters
Honens International Piano Competition
Mann Music Center (summer season of
Philadelphia Orchestra)
Nikon House/David Robin (photography
exhibition)
Olympics 2002 (Arts/PR Consultant)
Opus 118 – Harlem Center for Strings
Steinway & Sons
The Steinway Foundation
Taos Music Festival and School
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

Wigmore Hall, London


Choral
Counterpoint
Waverly Consort

Composers
Gordon Getty
Marvin Hamlisch
Patrick Zimmerli

Conductors
David Golub
Neal Goren
Marvin Hamlisch
Charles Prince
Joseph Rescigno
Yoav Talmi

Vocalists
Carlo Bergonzi, tenor
Olga Borodina, mezzo-
soprano
Amy Burton, soprano
Maria Guleghina, soprano
Lisa Saffer, soprano


Instrumentalists
Steven Dibner, bassoon
Janina Fialkowska, piano
Vadim Gluzman, violin
David Golub, piano
Byron Janis, piano
Olga Kern, piano
Seymour Lipkin, piano
Jerome Lowenthal, piano
Anne-Marie McDermott, piano
Samuel Rhodes, viola
Jeffrey Siegel, piano
Thomas Stacey, English horn
Richard Stoltzman, clarinet
Alexei Sultanov, piano
Ransom Wilson, flute



Opera
Boston Baroque "The Philosopher's Stone"
   (1998)

Gotham Chamber Opera
Illinois Kabuki Theater (Tour of Japan)
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players
Opera Orchestra of New York
World premiere of R�o de Sangre by Don
    Davis, Florentine Opera Company of
    Milwaukee, Joseph Rescigno, conductor

Chamber Music
Australian Chamber Orchestra (US Tour)
Calico Winds
Canadian Brass
Fine Arts String Quartet
Guarneri String Quartet
Israel Chamber Orchestra (US Tour)
Juilliard String Quartet
Sequenza (Piano Trio)
Time for Three
Trio con Brio Copenhagen, 2010-2011 North
    American tour

DVD and CD Releases
Anne-Marie McDermott (complete
Prokofiev sonatas)
Amy Porter - American Art and In
 
Translation
Byron Janis
Calico Winds
Carolyn Enger - Ned Rorem - Piano
  Album I, Six Friends
Counterpoint
Gordon Getty
Gregg Kallor – A Single Noon

Guarneri String Quartet
Lera Auerbach
Pavel Kolesnikov – Live at Honens 2012
Pavel Kolesnikov - Tchaikovsky -
  The Seasons
Rosa Antonelli – REMEMBRANZA -
 
Remembrance of Latin Sounds

Seymour Lipkin (complete Beethoven
  sonatas, CD and CD-ROM)
Vadim Gluzman
Waverly Consort


Special Events
50th Anniversary Death of Sergei Rachmaninoff (retained by
the Rachmaninoff Estate)
Anne-Marie McDermott – Prokofiev Marathon,
Lincoln Center Festival
Australian Chamber Orchestra US Tour
Boston Baroque, Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 (2010)

Boston Baroque, "The Philosopher's Stone" (1998)
Dvorak Monument Dedication, New York City
Fiddlefest – 2002 Apollo Theater
Fiddlefest – 2003 Carnegie Hall
"First Ladies of Song" Eleanor Roosevelt Monument Dedication
Gordon Getty’s song cycle – The White Election
Gotham Chamber Opera – "Die Schwarze Spinne"
Gotham Chamber Opera – "Arianna in Creta"
Guarneri String Quartet – 40th Anniversary celebration,
Lincoln Center
Guarneri String Quartet – Passing the Bow
Katherine Chi
Lauching of the Boston Piano company for Steinway & Sons
Leonard Bernstein – An American Life WFMT Broadcast
Metropolitan Museum silent films with Orchestra of St. Luke's
Music for All Seasons
Olympics 2002
Pablo Casals Tribute – Selma Gokcen
Pierrot Lunaire – Charles Prince, conductor; Marni Nixon, vocalist
Publication of Gershwin's "Strike Up the Band," by the Library
of Congress (a joint project with Vivien Friedman PR)
Richard Stoltzman – Mostly Mozart Festival
Robert Sherman, WQXR's The Listening Room, live broadcast
of the final show
Steinway & Sons – Horowitz Month
University of Illinois Kabuki Theater – Tour of Japan
Church of the Ascension, installation and inauguration
    of the new French-built organ, 2010-2011