October 21
Chandler Carter: Sandy Songs [WORLD PREMIERE]
Set to poetry by Daniel Neer
Two Sides Sounding and Zentripetal
ShapeShifter Lab | Gowanus Brooklyn, NY
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November 6
Independence Eve, An American Opera in Three Scenes
By Sidney Boquiren and Daniel Neer
American Opera Projects: Libretto Workshop and Reading
South Oxford Space | Brooklyn, NY
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November 11
Songs of Ellen Mandel
Cornelia Street Cafe| NYC
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November 18
Susan Botti: Her Vision and The Exchange for tenor and harp
Composition Faculty Concert
Manhattan School of Music| NYC
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December 7 and 8
Benjamin Britten: The Company of Heaven
Soloist, Center City Chorus (Phillip Cheah, Music Director)
St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church | NYC
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January 26, 2014
Songs to texts of Seamus Heaney
Music by Ellen Mandel
The Andrea Clearfield Salon | Philadelphia, PA
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March 28, 2014
Benjamin Britten: The Burning Fiery Furnace
role of Nebuchadnezzar
The Church of the Transfiguration | NYC
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April 27 and 28, 2014
Daniel Neer and the Qube String Quartet in Recital
Battelle Fine Arts Hall &
Worthington Presbyterian Church Concert Series
Otterbein University | Columbus, OH
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August 16-31
Petr Kotik: Many Many Women
Johannes Kalitzke: Shubert’s Traum
Mojiao Wang: All Bout Love
Salvatore Sciarrino: Lohengrin
Morton Feldman: The Rothko Chapel
SEM Ensemble
Ostrava Days Festival | OSTRAVA, CZECH REPUBLIC
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March 25
Joe Diebes: WOW an experimental opera in development
Presentational Workshop
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Process Space, Governors Island | NYC
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May 18
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
Two Sides Sounding
Queens New Music Festival
The Secret Theatre | Long Island City, NY
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March 19
Simon Bainbridge: Tenebrae [US PREMIERE]
Ear Heart Music – Modern Concert Series
Ensemble Moto Perpetuo & Ensemble Sospeso
Roulette | Brooklyn, NY
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September 29 and 30, 2012
Yoav Gal: 3Weeks [שלושה שבועות]
Yochanan Ben Zakai and the destruction of the Temple – a videOpera
Theater at the 14th Street Y | NYC
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September 7, 9, 13, 19 and 22, 2012
‘Stop and Frisk’, Act 1 from Triptych in Grant Park
An Opera by composer Sidney Marquez Boquiren and librettist Daniel Neer
American Opera Projects & The BEAT Festival | Brooklyn, NY
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Mercury Falling, music by Chandler Carter, libretto by Daniel Neer
Workshop Premiere at Long Leaf Opera Festival: June 2009
Stewart Theatre | Raleigh, NC
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Odes to Earth and Air
A new multimedia chamber opera by Sidney Boquiren and Daniel Neer
Workshop presentation at Adelphi University: October 2010
Adelphi University | Garden City, NY
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The Interview, by Daniel Neer
World premiere at New Works 3 Short Play Festival: April 6–9, 2011
Richmond Shepard Theater | NYC
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Narkissos, a multimedia recital
Premiere presentations at The Tank: April 2012; and by Random Access Music: May 2012
The Tank Space for Performance and Visual Arts | NYC
Random Access Music, Queens New Music Festival | Queens, NY
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May 18
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
Two Sides Sounding
Queens New Music Festival
The Secret Theatre | Long Island City, NY
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Serenade and Elegy
multimedia recital for Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Baritone and Piano
in development
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on broadway: Baz Luhrmann’s critically acclaimed production of Puccini’s 'La Bohème', conducted by Constantine Kitsopoulos, at The Broadway Theatre | The National Theatre’s production of 'Coram Boy', by Helen Edmundson (after the book by Jamila Gavin), directed by Melly Still at The Imperial Theatre

legitimate stage: 'The Head of Mary' by Tanaka Chikao, for The Hiroshima Project | 'The Elephant' by Minor Betsuyaku, directed by Sonoko Kawahara, New York Theater Workshop | Robert Fagle’s translation of Homer’s 'The Iliad and The Odyssey' for Santa Fe’s Lensic Theatre, directed by Kathryn Walker | Diedre Murray and Sonoko Kawara’s reading of 'The Rose Project', Music Theatre Group at The Flea Theatre | 'Fangs' by Diedre Murray and Cornelius Eddy at The Apollo Theatre Salon Series | 'Untitled 10-minute Christmas Play' by Marina Barry, 'Kid Stuff' and 'Swinging Blindly' both by Ted Gorodetzky, for ToteM Gambol | 'Marvels' by Conrad & Elizabeth Bishop, 72nd Street Theatre Workshop

musical theater/operetta/opera: Danilo in ‘The Merry Widow with Opera Delaware | Tempter/Abbot in Benjamin Britten’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ | ‘Ada’ by Kim Sherman at The Flea Theatre | 'Ellen Craft' by Sherry Boone and Sean Jeremy Palmer at The Cell | 'The Survival Show' by Steve Aprahamian for Theatre 80 St. Marks | 'Anais' by Susan Hurley, Center for Contemporary Opera | 'The Secret Agent' by Michael Dellaira for Center for Contemporary Opera | Galileo in 'Stars Through a Telescope' | main 'Mercury Falling' (librettist and performer), directed by Ted Gorodetzky, Long Leaf Opera Festival | 'Strange Fruit' at Harlem School for the Arts, in association with New York City Opera | Benvenuto Cellini in Kurt Weill’s 'The Firebrand of Florence' | Aeneas in 'Dido and Aeneas' | Tevye in 'Fiddler on the Roof' | Carl Linden in Noel Coward’s 'Bitter Sweet' | Danilo in Lehar’s 'The Merry Widow' | Kander and Ebb’s 'The World Goes ‘Round' | Monteverdi’s 'Il Combatimento di Tancredi e Clorinda' (Director and Testo) for Metropolis Ensemble | Figaro in Rossini’s 'Il Barbiere di Siviglia' | Lutz in 'The Student Prince' | Marcello and Schaunard in Puccini’s 'La Bohème' | Eisenstein in 'Die Fledermaus' | Dancairo in 'Carmen' | King Hildabrand in 'Princess Ida' | Testaccio in 'A Night in Venice' | Silvio in 'Pagliacci' | Pimprinette in 'The Bayadere' | Bumerli in 'The Chocolate Soldier' | Prince Basil in 'The Count of Luxembourg' | Robert in 'The New Moon' | Sergeant Meryll in 'The Yeomen of the Guard' | Don Medigua in Sousa’s 'El Capitan' | Peppi in 'Song of Norway' | Sid in 'Albert Herring' | Page in 'Merry Wives of Windsor' | Paul Fontaine in 'The Desert Song' | Julian in 'La Verbena de la Paloma' | Eisenstein in ‘Die Fledermaus’ with New Rochelle Opera | Bartley in 'Riders to the Sea' | Ludwig in 'The Grand Duke' | Thespis in 'Thespis' (Gilbert, Sullivan and Quade Winter) | Olson in 'Too Many Sopranos' by Edwin Penhorwood

concert hall: Schoenberg ‘Survivor from Warsaw’ with Westchester Oratorio | Peter Kotik ‘Many Many Women’ with SEM Ensemble | Britten 'Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31' with Queens Symphony Orchestra | Bach 'St. John Passion' with South Carolina Philharmonic | Arvo Pärt 'Passio' with The Dessoff Choirs | Handel 'Messiah' with Westchester Oratorio Society | The Complete Canticles of Benjamin Britten with Vertical Players Repertory | Orff 'Camina Burana' with The Akron Symphony | In recital with The Lotte Lehmann Foundation | Beethoven 'Mass in C Major' with Westchester Oratorio Society | Mozart 'Coronation Mass' at Carnegie Hall with New York Chamber Ensemble | Haydn 'Lord Nelson Mass' at Carnegie Hall | Benjamin Britten’s 'Serenade for Tenor and Horn', Inaugural Concert of the Metropolis Ensemble | 'Mozart Requiem', Riverside Symphonia | Mozart 'Missa Brevis' and 'Regina Coeli', Alice Tully Hall | 'Song of the Whale' by John Cage, the “When Morty Met John…” Festival | Handel 'Messiah', Gotham City Baroque Orchestra | Bach 'Mass in B Minor', Gotham City Baroque Orchestra | Haydn 'Missa St. Bernardi von Offida', Rebel Baroque Orchestra | Mozart 'Great Mass in C Minor', Rebel Baroque Orchestra | Bach 'St. John Passion', Gotham City Baroque Orchestra | Handel 'Messiah' with Charlotte Symphony | 'Duruflé Requiem' with Windsor Symphony Orchestra | 'Historia di Job' by Carissimi at Aspen Music Festival | Haydn 'Heiligmesse' at Berkshire Choral Festival | 'Italienisches Liederbuch' by Hugo Wolf, Royal Academy of Music | 'Charm Me Asleep' by Daniel Pinkham at Aspen Music Festival | 'Psyche' by Manuel de Falla, Aspen Music Festival | Soloist with 'VOX Vocal Ensemble' conducted by George Steel at The Guggenheim

new music: Pete Wyer's 'Numinous City' at Royal Opera House Covent Garden ROH2 |  Songs by Donald Hagar, 'Music With a View' at The Flea | 'Odes to Earth and Air' (librettist) with composer Sidney Boquiren | 'The Gyre' (poet) with composer Robinson McClellan | 'Mercury Falling' (librettist and performer), composed by Chandler Carter, Long Leaf Opera Festival | Stephen Schwartz’s new opera 'Séance on a Wet Afternoon' at American Opera Projects | 'The Kallyope Yell' by Jonathan David, C4 | John Zorn’s 'Hermeticum Sacrum' at Miller Theatre | 'Senbazuru' by Pete Wyer in Juilliard’s Peter J. Sharp Theatre | 'Heebie Jeebies' by Laura Karpman in Alice Tully Hall | 'Songs of Bygone Days' by Stephen Danker, at Aspen Music Festival | Douglas Cuomo’s 'Arjuna’s Dilemma' for Vox on the Edge at The Skirball Center | The Kitchen’s workshop production of 'Shangri-La', with music by Susie Ibarra and libretto by Yusef Komunyakaa, conducted by Tania León | Joseph Diebes 'Strange Birds' first at Gale Gates et al. in DUMBO, then at The Tramway in Glasgow | 'The Walled-Up Wife' by Gilda Lyons for American Opera Projects | 'The Golden Gate' by Conrad Cummings at American Opera Projects | 'Reflections of the Watermoon' by Patricia Burgess, Merkin Concert Hall | 'Cymbeline' by Chris Berg, Greenwich House Music School | 'The Iliad/The Odyssey' by Diedre Murray, Santa Fe’s Lensic Theatre

jazz/cabaret: 'Vaudeville Hits' with Bill Snyder and The Mighty Wurlitzer, Knoxville's Historic Tennessee Theatre | Frontman of the original 'Jazz Fauré Project', Triad Theater, and Detour jazz club NYC | Art Institute of Chicago Summer Garden Series in McKinlock Court | 'The Age of Elegance', SoHo Grand Hotel | 'Six Monologues of a Young Man' in Dublin, Ohio

tv/radio/discography: 2004 American Theatre Wing Tony Awards, Radio City Music Hall | 'Everything Old is New Again – The Name Game' WBAI-FM | 'The Chocolate Soldier', 'The Arcadians', 'The Bayadere', 'A Night in Venice' for Newport Classic Records | 'La Verbena de la Paloma' for Albany Records | Baz Luhrmann’s production of Puccini’s 'La Bohème' for Dreamworks Records

awards/recognitions: Librettist Fellow in the ‘Composer and the Voice’ program with American Opera Projects, in collaboration with composer Sidney Boquiren | 2012 Dublin City Schools Hall of Fame Inductee

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