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Date Artist City Venue Country
05/13/17 Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire Eau Claire, WI St. John’s Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1804 Highland Ave. Out of Love for the Truth: The Dawn of Lutheranism
05/12/17 Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 9th St E. Out of Love for the Truth: The Dawn of Lutheranism
04/30/17 Menomonie Singers Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 9th St E.
04/28/17 Menomonie Singers Eau Claire, WI Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1120 Cedar St.
04/22/17 UW-Stout Choirs Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: $5. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 9th St E.
12/04/15 UW-Stout Choirs Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $5. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 9th St E. UW-Stout Choirs present “Heavy Metal & Machinery”, with music by Chatman, Gibbons, Tchaikovsky, Whitacre, and more.
11/29/15 Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire Menomonie, WI First Congregational UCC United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 420 Wilson Ave. Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire presents “Fire & Ice”, with music by Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Morley, Weelkes, and more.
11/22/15 Menomonie Singers Menomonie, WI St Joseph’s Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 Wilson Ave. The Menomonie Singers present “Give Thanks”.
11/21/15 Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire Eau Claire, WI St. John’s Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1804 Highland Ave. Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire presents “Fire & Ice”, with music by Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Morley, Weelkes, and more.
11/20/15 Menomonie Singers Elk Mound, WI Shepherd of the Hill Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 207 University St. Menomonie Singers presents “Give Thanks”.
10/24/15 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI UW-Madison School of Nursing United States
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 701 Highland Ave. Eliza’s Toyes presents “Music: The Miracle Medicine”.
06/22/14 Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer Taipei City Taipei National Concert Hall Taiwan
Time: 2:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: No. 21-1, Zhongshan South Rd, Zhongzheng District. 睽別十五年,旅美女高音鈕憶蘭首次回國在國家演奏廳,與吉他大師克里斯多夫.克羅麥爾演出動人的古典吉他聲樂曲。此音樂會的曲目涵蓋六國語言,作曲年代遠至文藝復興時期,到世界首演的另類創作。克羅麥爾博士,更以他精湛的譜曲技巧,將多首的器樂作品改編為聲樂及吉他版本。此場音樂會以愛做主題,從自身之愛發展到友愛及情愛,最後到大自然,及死亡,身後的靈愛。在此愛的選粹中,鈕憶蘭將為紐約現代作曲家,亞力山大.諾海.席曼,發表一組作曲集,此曲集為世界首演。 More information
Tour: UW-Stout Choirs Spring 2014 Tour
05/03/14 UW-Stout Choirs Madison, WI Oakwood Village West United States
Time: 11:00am. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 6201 Mineral Point Road. Join the UW Stout Choirs in our celebration of Shakespeare’s 450th anniversary! The afternoon concert features the poetry of the Bard of Avon in music, as well as popular music of his time. Works by Bennet, Elgar, Gamble, MacFarren, Morley, Orban, Parkman, PDQ Bach, Ravenscroft, Rutter, Shearing, Wilbye, and more. Free admission, free-will donation appreciated. Consider donating online directly to support the Stout Choral Program! Visit http://www.uwstout.edu/foundation/waystogive/online.cfm and specify “UW-Stout Choirs” as the designation of your gift.
05/02/14 UW-Stout Choirs Madison, WI First Congregational Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1609 University Ave. Join the UW Stout Choirs in our celebration of Shakespeare’s 450th anniversary! The afternoon concert features the poetry of the Bard of Avon in music, as well as popular music of his time. Works by Bennet, Elgar, Gamble, MacFarren, Morley, Orban, Parkman, PDQ Bach, Ravenscroft, Rutter, Shearing, Wilbye, and more. Free admission, free-will donation appreciated. Consider donating online directly to support the Stout Choral Program! Visit http://www.uwstout.edu/foundation/waystogive/online.cfm and specify “UW-Stout Choirs” as the designation of your gift.
04/27/14 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Mt. Olive Lutheran Church United States
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 110 N. Whitney Way. Studies show that making ends meet has been an age-old problem for people… Join us for an afternoon of songs from the Medieval to the Baroque, all having to do with money and precious things: a “sermon of money” from Carmina Burana; selection from Palestrina’s “Canticum Canticorum”; a song by Lassus about hungry musicians stealing food; chansons by Josquin, Sermisy and Le Jeune; and many more!
04/12/14 UW-Stout Choirs Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: $5. Address: 910 9th St E. “An Ode to the Bard: Shakespeare in Music” celebrates the 450th anniversary of the poet, in musical settings of his words, and popular music of his time. Works by Bennet, Elgar, Dickau, Gamble, MacFarren, Morley, Orban, Parkman, PDQ Bach, Ravenscroft, Rutter, Shearing, and Vaughan Williams.
04/11/14 Nicholas Horvath Paris Palais de Tokyo France
Time: 3:00pm. My composition, “The Meditation of Siddhartha”, will be premiered by pianist Nicholas Horvath, in his seven-hour concert “Palais de Glass”, which pays homage to piano music of Philip Glass. The concert features almost all solo piano work by Glass, as well as over 30 new works commissioned from composers all over the world. More information
03/29/14 Jerry Hui and Phillip Dorn Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 910 9th St E. “The Poet’s Love” features Jerry Hui (baritone) and Phillip Dorn (piano) in an evening of music about romance at different ages. Schumann “Dichterliebe” Op. 48, poetry by Heiner; Wolf “Eichendorff Lieder” (selection), poetry by Eichendorff; Thomas Lang “Time Sonnets” (world premiere), poetry by Shakespeare; and Jerry Hui “Chamber Music” (selection; world premiere), poetry by Joyce.
01/19/14 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: $15. Address: 302 E Gorham St. British Holiday. Works by Byrd, Fayrfax, Tallis, Tye and more.
01/18/14 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI The Chocolaterian United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 2004 Atwood Ave. Beautiful choral music from the Medieval and Renaissance by British composers, surrounding the Christmas story. Enjoy works by Byrd, Fayrfax, Phillips, Tallis, Tomkins, Tye and more, along with wonderful desserts and wine offered by the Chocolaterian Cafe!
12/21/13 Madison Choral Project Madison, WI First Congregational Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $20. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1609 University Ave. The Madison Choral Project, Madison’s professional chamber choir conducted by Dr. Albert Pinsonneaut, sings a program titled “A Light in the Darkness”. It will include the world premiere of my piece “Now Winter Nights Enlarge”.
12/08/13 UW-Stout Choirs Menomonie, WI Our Saviors Lutheran Church United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $5. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 910 9th St E. UW-Stout Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choirs, conducted by Dr. Jerry Hui, perform “international Holidays”, a celebration of the winter holidays with music from Austria, Britain, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Mongolia, and USA.
08/09/13 Madison Area Youth Chamber Orchestra Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. Madison Area Youth Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Mikko Utevsky, will perform a program of works by Mozart, Shostakovich, and a world premiere of an orchestra piece commissioned for the ensemble.
08/04/13 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Covenant Presbyterian Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 326 S. Segoe Road.
08/02/13 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 1021 University Ave.
Tour: Eliza’s Toyes: Casino Royale
04/28/13 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI The Chocolaterian United States
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 2004 Atwood Ave. Eliza’s Toyes presents “Casino Royale”, an evening of light comedy with madrigals, songs and instrumental music, all surrounding the opening of the western world’s first public casino in 1638 Venice.
04/27/13 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 302 E Gorham St. Eliza’s Toyes presents “Casino Royale”, an evening of light comedy with madrigals, songs and instrumental music, all surrounding the opening of the western world’s first public casino in 1638 Venice.
04/20/13 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers collaborates with the dance faculty and the First Wave Hip Hop Community. Conductor: Bruce Gladstone.
04/19/13 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers collaborates with the dance faculty and the First Wave Hip Hop Community. Conductor: Bruce Gladstone.
04/13/13 Chris Dickhaus Fort Worth, TX School of Music, Texas Christian University United States
Time: 4:00pm. Saxophonist Chris Dickhaus and pianist Hannah Creviston are performing selections of “Wyoming Palette”, as part of the North American saxophone alliance region IV conference.
11/25/12 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Chazen Art Museum United States
Time: 12:30pm. Admission: free. Address: 800 University Ave. Venue phone: 608.263.2246. Eliza’s Toyes will perform on WPR’s “Live from the Chazen” series, hosted by Lori Skelton. In this broadcast performance, we will present our early German baroque program, “The Three Sch’s: Music by Schütz, Schein, and Scheidt”.
08/25/12 Anhinga Duo Frisco, TX Music Institute of North Texas United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 4747 Ohio Drive Frisco, TX 75035. Chris Dickhaus, saxophonist of the Anhinga Duo, will be performing selections of “Wyoming Palette”.
08/23/12 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Chazen Art Museum United States
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: free. Box office: 608.263.2246. Address: 800 University Ave. Venue phone: 608.263.2246. Eliza’s Toyes will be providing music to the opening reception of Chazen’s new exhibit: “Offering of the Angels: Paintings and Tapestries from the Uffizi Gallery”. Free and open to public.
08/05/12 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Covenant Presbyterian Church United States
Time: 3:30pm. Admission: $15 / $10. Address: 326 S. Segoe Road. Isthmus Vocal Ensemble, conducted by Scott MacPherson, is a summer choir of about 65 singers that meets intensively for two weeks for a full concert program. This year’s theme is “Reflection”. Selections include the world premiere of my “Three Poems by Lorine Niedecker” for SATB mixed chorus a cappella.
08/03/12 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15 / $10. Address: 1021 University Ave. Isthmus Vocal Ensemble, conducted by Scott MacPherson, is a summer choir of about 65 singers that meets intensively for two weeks for a full concert program. This year’s theme is “Reflection”. Selections include the world premiere of my “Three Poems by Lorine Niedecker” for SATB mixed chorus a cappella.
Tour: New Brunswick Early Music Festival (NewBEMF)
06/23/12 New Brunswick Early Music Festival St. Andrews, NB St. Andrew’s Catholic Church Canada
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 210 Parr. NewBEMF presents Monteverdi’s “Vesper” of 1610.
06/21/12 New Brunswick Early Music Festival Fredericton, NB Memorial Hall Canada
Time: 7:30pm. Address: University of New Brunswick. NewBEMF presents “La malade imaginaire” by Charpentier.
06/20/12 New Brunswick Early Music Festival St. Andrews, NB Huntsman Center Canada
Time: 7:30pm. Address: Lower Campus Lane. NewBEMF presents “La malade imaginaire” by Charpentier.
06/17/12 New Brunswick Early Music Festival St. Andrews, NB Wesley United Church Canada
Time: 11:00am. Address: 77 William Street. New Brunswick Early Music Festival (NewBEMF) presents its chamber singers in a church service.
05/12/12 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10. Address: 302 E Gorham St. Come hear the fantastic vocal music by the “Three Sch’s”: Heinrich Schütz, Johann Schein, and Samuel Scheidt! Singled out by the 17th-century German composer/theorist Wolfgang Caspar Printz as the best German composers (in Historische Beschreibung, 1690), these three composers were important in cultivating a distinctly German musical style, and their work would influence generations of composers to come—from J.S. Bach to Brahms to Hugo Distler. Pre-concert lecture at 7pm by Erin Lambert, A.W. Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Fellow, History, UW-Madison
Tour: Muse Fest 2012
05/05/12 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Madison Museum of Contemporary Art United States
Time: 5:00pm. New Music Everywhere presents the first ever Muse Fest! Our final gala concert will be joined by piano-percussion duo Sole Nero (Jessica Johnson, piano; Anthony De Sanza, percussion), and the New Music Everywhere ensemble. Music by Robert Honstein, John Griffin, Elizabeth Nonemaker, and Lansing McLoskey.
05/05/12 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Nick’s Restaurant United States
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 226 State St. Venue phone: 608-255-5450. New Music Everywhere presents the first ever Muse Fest! “Electric Jam” features spoken word artist Gabrielle De Los Reyes, and music by Jeff Herriott and Patrick Chan.
05/05/12 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Fair Trade Coffeehouse United States
Time: 2:00pm. Address: 418 State St. Venue phone: 608-268-0477. New Music Everywhere presents the first ever Muse Fest! “Caffeinated Move” features music by Laura Schwendinger, Jerry Hui, and Payton MacDonald, and dancer Janelle Bentley.
05/05/12 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Sunroom Cafe United States
Time: 1:00pm. Address: 638 State St. Venue phone: 608-255-1555. New Music Everywhere presents the first ever Muse Fest! “Intimate Dialogues” features solo and duet works by Greg Steinke, Robert Honstein and Hans Werner Henze.
05/04/12 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers, conducted by Dr. Bruce Gladstone, performs a concert of Songs of Solomon. The concert will feature Kenneth Leighton’s epic “Columba mea”, as well as my “Three Facets of Love”.
04/28/12 UW Javanese Gamelan Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. This spring’s annual concert of music and dance by the UW-Madison Javanese Gamelan Ensemble and dancers will feature a solo dance by Valerie Mau Vetter (Grinnell College), a group dance by members of the Javanese dance class taught by Peggy Choy (Dance Department) and a wide variety of gamelan music. The musical offerings will range from classical court music to several popular contemporary pieces for voice and gamelan, featuring renowned drummer and composer Rasito (from Purwokerto, Java, Indonesia), vocalists Marc Benamou (Earlham College) and Mary Jo Wilson (Southeast Asian Studies) and guest instrumentalist Roger Vetter (Grinnell College). UW-Madison’s gamelan, known as Kyahi Telaga Rukmi, will be played by members of the advanced class in Javanese gamelan performance, directed by R. Anderson Sutton, professor of ethnomusicology. Valerie Vetter will perform the evening’s solo dance, “Gambir Anom,” depicting a young refined prince who is preening himself in preparation to meet with his lover. Often in Javanese classical dance, a refined male role is played by a woman. The highlight of the musical offerings will be a group of four pieces in the Banyumas style, including one composed by Rasito himself–all with the distinctively lively drumming, fast playing and spirited vocals unique to this region of western Central Java.
04/26/12 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Chazen Art Museum United States
Time: 7:00pm. Box office: 608-265-5629. Address: 800 University Ave. Venue phone: 608.263.2246. “Decorative Delectables: A Celebration of Early American Art and Music” will showcase the North American decorative art collection of Chazen, and will be a sneak preview of the 2012 Madison Early Music Festival. Eliza’s Toyes, Ensemble SDG, and Cheryl Bensman-Rowe (artistic director, MEMF) will be performing after lecture by Prof. Ann Smart Martin (Art History), with desserts!
04/03/12 - 04/17/12 Jerry Hui Saratoga, WY Brush Creek Ranch United States
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 66 Brush Creek Ranch Road. I will enter a two-week residency at the beautiful Brush Creek Artist Residence to work on more settings of “Yuan Songs” for voice and guitar.
03/01/12 UW Contemporary Chamber Ensemble Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Contemporary Chamber Ensemble presents first of its “Living Composers Project” concert. Included in this program will be my piece “Kalamäng” (Fish game) for flute and clarinet.
02/10/12 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Madison Children’s Museum United States
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: $12. Address: 100 N. Hamilton Street. New Music Everywhere performs chamber music by Derek Bermel, Matthew Burtner, John Corigliano, Hans Werner Henze, Robert Honstein and Jerry Hui, in a steampunk edition of MCM’s “Adult Swim” special event.
02/09/12 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison Overture Center United States
Time: 10:00am. Admission: $5. Address: WI. Isthmus Vocal Ensemble performs at the NC-ACDA Conference as an auditioned choir.
01/21/12 Wired For Love Company Madison, WI Music Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $15. Address: 925 Bascom Mall. World premiere of my comic opera “Wired For Love”, featuring singers Jennifer Sams (Ethel Wormvarnish), Peter Gruett (Okoro), Daniel O’Dea (Bako) and Brian Myers (British Guy, also director), conducted by Ching-chun Lai. More info at http://wiredforlove.jerryhui.com
01/20/12 Wired For Love Company Madison, WI Music Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $15. Address: 925 Bascom Mall. World premiere of my comic opera “Wired For Love”, featuring singers Jennifer Sams (Ethel Wormvarnish), Peter Gruett (Okoro), Daniel O’Dea (Bako) and Brian Myers (British Guy, also director), conducted by Ching-chun Lai. More info at http://wiredforlove.jerryhui.com
12/04/11 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 1021 University Ave. UW Winter Choral Collage.
12/04/11 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 2:00pm. Address: 1021 University Ave. UW Winter Choral Collage.
12/01/11 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Memorial Library Special Collection United States
Time: 4:30pm. Address: 9/F, Memorial Library, 728 State St. Eliza’s Toyes performs an abbreviated version of “Kircher’s Rome” program, in conjunction with the Special Collection’s exhibit “Jesuits and the Construction of Knowledge, 1540–1773”.
11/11/11 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers, conducted by Bruce Gladstone, performs a concert on “Evolution vs Creation”. Among the program, my setting of “Ave verum corpus” will be included as part of the “creation” category.
10/15/11 Dear Heart Dance Madison, WI 2130 East Wash United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 2130 E Washington Ave. An intimate, haunting, guided performance experience evoking the more traditional haunted house attraction, inspired by Virginia Woolf’s short story “A Haunted House”. I will have a few sound installations in this show.
10/15/11 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW choirs present a preview performance of music in their upcoming concerts.
10/14/11 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. Eliza’s Toyes will perform Senfl’s “Ecce quam bonum” as part of UW Wind Ensemble’s Collage concert.
10/14/11 Dear Heart Dance Madison, WI 2130 East Wash United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 2130 E Washington Ave. An intimate, haunting, guided performance experience evoking the more traditional haunted house attraction, inspired by Virginia Woolf’s short story “A Haunted House”. I will have a few sound installations in this show.
10/09/11 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10. Address: 302 E Gorham St. Listen to sacred and secular music of Martin Luther’s time by Swiss-German composer Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543). Missa L’homme armé, Christ ist erstanden, and Carmen among many other pieces that showcase Senfl’s colorful tapestry of polyphony.
08/07/11 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Monona, WI St. Stephens Lutheran Church United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $15. Address: 5700 Pheasant Hill Rd.. Isthmus Vocal Ensemble, directed by Scott MacPherson, presents a choral concert that reflects upon its 10 years of history, and gives a preview of its February performance at the Midwest American Choral Director Association in Madison.
08/05/11 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15. Address: 1021 University Ave. Isthmus Vocal Ensemble, directed by Scott MacPherson, presents a choral concert that reflects upon its 10 years of history, and gives a preview of its February performance at the Midwest American Choral Director Association in Madison.
05/12/11 Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer Dedham, MA Noble and Greenough School United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 10 Campus Dr. Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer performed a duo concert. Among the program is “Yuan Songs”, song cycle for soprano and guitar, commissioned by this duo.
05/07/11 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 302 E Gorham St. Celebrate the first days of Spring with Eliza’s Toyes! “This Merry Month” brings you madrigals from Italy and England that depicts the merriest season.
04/30/11 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Plan B United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $5. Address: 924 Williamson Street. New Music Everywhere concludes its inaugural season with a vaudeville show! Hosted by drag celebrity Davina DeVille and DJ Illey Holiday, the show will incorporate live chamber music, dance.
04/23/11 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers perform a concert of music for the High Holy Week from 15th through 20th centuries.
04/16/11 UW Chorale Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Chorale performs a concert of choral-orchestral music by Mozart, Haydn, Schubert. Jerry will be singing as one of the soloists, including Katherine Peck, soprano; Jennifer-Agonista Sams, alto; Josh Blanchette, tenor.
03/25/11 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Morphy Recital Hall United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. New Music Everywhere (NEW MUSE) and performers from UW School of Music will perform a concert of chamber music written by graduate students from all over the country. Among the program will be my “Kalamäng” for flute and clarinet.
02/27/11 Ambrosia Ensemble Eugene, OR Beall Hall, University of Oregon United States
Time: 8:00pm. Ambrosia Ensemble’s inaugural concert features a mix of contemporary spiritual music. They will premiere my setting of Thomas Merton’s “Song for Nobody” set to music for chorus, two violins, two clarinets, bass clarinet and bassoon.
02/11/11 New Music Everywhere (New Muse) Madison, WI Madison Museum of Contemporary Art United States
Time: 6:30pm. New Music Everywhere (New Muse) is holding a music event in collaboration with MMoCA, featuring music paired with an exhibit by artist Shinique Smith. Among the program, Chia-Chien Goh will be performing my “White Tiger: Evil Star” for solo violin.
02/06/11 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 1:30pm. Address: 302 E Gorham St. Enjoy an evening of musical getaway with Eliza’s Toyes’ “Treasures of Seville” program, where we feature composers from the colorful city of Seville, and other wonderful music from the Spanish renaissance. Works by Alonso, Anchieta, Escobar, Encina, Pedro and Francisco Guerrero, Morales, Peñalosa, Vásquez and more. Pre-concert lecture at 1pm on history of Seville by Prof. Steven Hutchinson of UW-Madison Department of Spanish & Portuguese.
01/17/11 Various artists Madison, WI Capitol Lakes Retirement Community United States
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 333 W. Main St. An ensemble of UW-Madison faculty, students and alumni perform Arnold Schoenberg’s monumental chamber piece “Pierrot lunaire”. Mimmi Fulmer, soprano; Morgann Davis, flute/piccolo; Les Thimming, clarinets; Kangwon Kim, violin; Andrew Waid, viola; Alison Rowe, cello; Steve Lewis, piano; Ching-Chun Lai, conductor. A brief lecture will be given by Jerry Hui, discussing the background of the piece, as well as some listening guide.
01/16/11 Various artists Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. An ensemble of UW-Madison faculty, students and alumni perform Arnold Schoenberg’s monumental chamber piece “Pierrot lunaire”. Mimmi Fulmer, soprano; Morgann Davis, flute/piccolo; Les Thimming, clarinets; Kangwon Kim, violin; Andrew Waid, viola; Alison Rowe, cello; Steve Lewis, piano; Ching-Chun Lai, conductor. A brief lecture will be given by Jerry Hui, discussing the background of the piece, as well as some listening guide.
12/17/10 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Chazen Art Museum United States
Time: 6:30pm. Address: 800 University Ave. Venue phone: 608.263.2246. Eliza’s Toyes perform a variety of music at the opening reception of the Chazen’s new exhibit “Hidden Treasures: Illuminated Manuscripts.” Among medieval English carols, French chansons, madrigals, and motets, we’ll also perform some of the chants and psalms that are featured in the exhibit itself. For more information please visit Chazen’s website: http://goo.gl/PdgSV
11/21/10 Madison Bach Musicians Madison, WI Grace Episcopal Church United States
Time: 3:30pm. Admission: Advanced-$20/$15 (student). Address: 116 W Washington Ave. Venue phone: 608-255-5147. Madison Bach Musicians performs three Bach Cantatas: BWV 4 (Christ lag in Todes Banden), 106 (Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit), and 196 (Der Herr denket an uns).
11/20/10 Madison Bach Musicians Madison, WI Grace Episcopal Church United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: Advanced-$20/$15 (student). Address: 116 W Washington Ave. Venue phone: 608-255-5147. Madison Bach Musicians performs three Bach Cantatas: BWV 4 (Christ lag in Todes Banden), 106 (Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit), and 196 (Der Herr denket an uns).
11/14/10 Colla Voce Columbia, SC Kathwood Baptist Church United States
Time: 4:00pm. Address: 4900 Trenholm Road. Colla Voce, conducted by Dr Larry Wyatt, performs “Ave Verum: After Mozart”.
11/11/10 University of South Carolina Concert Choir Columbia, SC Greene St United Methodist Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 1106 Green St. Venue phone: 803-799-6268. “Colla Voce”, conducted by Dr Larry D. Wyatt, will perform “Ave Verum: After Mozart;” part of the Society of Composers 2010 National Conference.
11/07/10 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 455 N. Park St. UW Madrigal Singers, conducted by Dr. Bruce Gladstone, will perform Monteverdi’s Vespers.
10/31/10 Jerry Hui and Kenji Haba New York, NY Jan Hus Church United States
Time: 1:00pm. Address: 351 East 74th Street. Acclaimed Japanese guitarist Kenji Haba and I will be performing selections of “Yuan Songs”, as part of Vox Novus’ new music concert.
10/16/10 Jerry Hui and Kenji Haba Hong Kong Li Hall, St John’s Cathedral Hong Kong
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 4-8 Garden Road, Central. Acclaimed Japanese guitarist, Kenji Haba and I will perform at the annual concert of Hong Kong Classical Guitar Society on October 16, 2011 in Hong Kong, China. Program includes my compositions as well as renaissance songs.
10/10/10 Eliza’s Toyes Richland Center, WI St. John’s Lutheran Church United States
Time: 2:00pm. Address: 479 S Park St. Venue phone: (608) 647-3000. “Kircher’s Rome: 17th Century Italian Vocal Music” with music by Morales, Lasso, Palestrina, Graziani and Kapsperger, featuring early oratorio “Historia di Jephte” by Carissimi.
08/22/10 Four Seasons Theatre Madison, WI Wisconsin Union Theater United States
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: $15/22/27/35. Four Seasons Theatre presents “South Pacific”.
08/21/10 Four Seasons Theatre Madison, WI Wisconsin Union Theater United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15/22/27/35. Four Seasons Theatre presents “South Pacific”.
08/20/10 Four Seasons Theatre Madison, WI Wisconsin Union Theater United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $15/22/27/35. Four Seasons Theatre presents “South Pacific”. I’ll be playing Henri et parlerai français.
08/14/10 Hong Kong Young People’s Chorus Hong Kong Li Hall, St John’s Cathedral Hong Kong
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: HK$120/$80. Address: 4-8 Garden Road, Central. Hong Kong Young People’s Chorus (Virginia Cheng, conductor) performs an evening of contemporary sacred music. Among many other wonderful pieces, they will give a world premiere of my “Salmo 150”.
08/06/10 Isthmus Vocal Ensemble Madison, WI Luther Memorial Church United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10. Address: 1021 University Ave. Scott MacPherson, conductor
07/17/10 Madison Early Music Festival Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $17. Address: 455 N. Park St. Madison Early Music Festival “England: Merry and Musical before Elizabeth” All-Festival Concert, conducted by Bruce Gladstone.
05/08/10 Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer Charlestown, WI Heritage Chapel United States
Time: 6:30pm. Soprano Elaine Niu and guitarist Chris Cramer presents an afternoon concert with solo guitar music as well as guitar songs by Beethoven, Dowland, Guiliani, Villa-Lobos, Turina, Rodrigo, and de Falla. They will also perform “Yuan Songs”.
05/08/10 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Admission: Free. Address: 302 E Gorham St. “Kircher’s Rome: 17th Century Vocal Music” Come with us on a musical journey to Father Athanasius Kircher’s Rome in 17th century! Works by Morales, Lasso, Palestrina, Graziani, Kapsperger, and featuring Carissimi’s oratorio “Jephte”. Arielle Basile, Sherry Holcomb, Kathryn Peck, soprano; Sandy Erickson, alto; Carl Carlson, tenor; Jerry Hui, baritone; Blake Rodgers, bass; Doug Towne, lute; with guests Theresa Koenig, basson and Beth Morgan, cello.. Gates of Heaven at James Madison Park, 302 E Gorham St. Madison, WI. Donation encouraged.
04/17/10 Martina Skalova Madison, WI Capitol Lakes Retirement Community United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 333 W. Main St. Martina Skalova will perform my viola piece “Twenty-Eight Star Mansions-North-7: Bi.” Also on the program are works by Bach, Bartok, and Hovhaness.
04/16/10 UW Madrigal Singers Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 455 N. Park St. Madrigalapalooza! Italian and English madrigals from the 16th century. All madrigals, all the time.
04/11/10 Dan Kocurek Vancouver, BC University of British Colombia Canada
Time: 9:00pm. Admission: Free. Dan Kocurek will be performing my piece “Dreamscape in Watercolor” for trumpet, 2 flutes and piano, in his Master degree recital.
04/10/10 Jerry Hui and Bill Clay Warrensburg, MO University of Central Missouri United States
Time: 11:00am. Bill Clay, guitarist/composer, and myself will perform our own guitar song cycles–Bill Clay’s “Two Kingdoms” (selections) and my “Yuan Songs,” as part of UCM’s New Music Festival 2010.
03/27/10 Jerry Hui and Bill Clay Manhattan, KS Kansas State University United States
Time: 11:00am. Bill Clay, composer/guitarist, and myself will be performing our own guitar song cycles, as part of the Society of Composers Inc. Region VI Conference. Bill Clay, “Two Kingdoms” and Jerry Hui, “Yuan Songs”.
03/26/10 Various artists Manhattan, KS Kansas State University United States
Time: 10:30pm. “Sparrow” for 3 sopranos and piano will be performed as part of Society of Composers Inc. Region VI Conference.
03/21/10 Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer Madison, WI Chazen Art Museum United States
Time: 12:30pm. Admission: Free. Address: 800 University Ave. Venue phone: 608.263.2246. Soprano Elaine Niu and guitarist Chris Cramer perform a concert, broadcast live on WPR’s “Live from the Chazen” hosted by Lori Skelton, which include “Yuan Songs”.
02/26/10 Jerry Hui Madison, WI Mills Concert Hall United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 455 N. Park St. My lecture-recital, featuring “Eight Songs for a Mad King” by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. Morgann Davis, flute; Ching-Hsie Hsu, clarinet; Ian Disjardin, percussion; Mary Perkinson, violin; Emily Gruselle, cello; Jeff Gibbens, piano; Ching-Chun Lai, conductor; Jerry Hui, voice. Stage direction consultant: Justin Smith.. Mills Concert Hall, Humanities Building, 455 N. Park St. Madison, WI. Donation encouraged.
12/13/09 Eliza’s Toyes Madison, WI Gates of Heaven United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 302 E Gorham St. “Tosse the Pot: Money, and the Lack Thereof” presents a program of Renaissance music that speaks to the current recession–of gold, silver, money, the luxury they provide, and the hardship when one lacks. Arielle Basile, Sherry Holcomb, Kathrine Peck, soprano; Sandy Erickson, alto; Carl Carlson, tenor; Jerry Hui, baritone; Blake Rodgers, bass; Doug Towne, lute. Gates of Heaven at James Madison Park, 302 E Gorham St. Madison, WI. donation encouraged.
09/26/09 Elaine Niu and Chris Cramer De Pere, WI St. Norbert Abbey United States
Time: 12:30pm. Elaine Niu, faculty soprano at St. Norbert College, presents “Turning Old Pages, Singing New Notes,” a concert of world premieres, featuring newly written songs by Alex Nohai-Seaman and Jerry Hui.

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