JULIE CLEVELAND’S COMPOSITIONS
Below are some of my compositions, performed live in various venues in Annandale, NY; Tulsa, OK; and Boston and Cambridge, MA. All Rights Reserved. © 2013.
The Path at Dawn, for flute, ‘cello, and piano, live performance by Da Capo Chamber Players, May, 1983, Bard College, Annandale, NY.
Tides, for piano and ‘cello, performed live by Joan Tower and Luis Garcia-Renart, Bard Hall, Bard College, Annandale, NY
Mobiles, for two voices, flugelhorn, marimba, vibraphone, piano, and percussion, May 9, 1989, Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston.
Performers: Ron Burns, Tracey Giarla, Cynthia Zielski, Jason Repinz, Diana Herold, Grisha Alexiev, Tim Blake, Gerald Dowd. Julie Cleveland, piano and Dale Vandemark, conductor.
Grimalkin, for trombone and double bass, commissioned by Chris Washburne, part of the American Music Week series, live performance November 10, 1988, Longy Recital Hall, Cambridge, MA.
Performers: Chris Washburne, trombone, Chad Johnson, double bass.
Movement for 14 Players, for chamber orchestra, composition workshop, NEC, Spring 1989.
8 East 76th Street, for flute, tenor saxophone, and piano, performed live on May 11, 1986, Williams Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston.
After Autumn, for flute, clarinet, ‘cello, and piano, performed live as part of American Music Week, November 6, 1987.
Performers: David Moran, flute, Bill Viseur, clarinet, Kevin Jackson, ‘cello, Julie Cleveland, piano.
Everest, for clarinet and piano, performed live May of 1983, Bard College, Annandale, NY.
Performers: Karen Ortiz, clarinet, Julie Cleveland, piano.
Remembrance, by Julie Cleveland. Performed live as part of the concert Julie Cleveland: Solo Piano, performed live on December 7, 1991, Rockport Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockport, MA.
Song for a Friend, by Julie Cleveland. Performed live as part of the concert Julie Cleveland: Solo Piano, performed live on December 7, 1991, Rockport Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockport, MA.