Come to Tucson on Dec. 10th to hear the premiere of his newest completed orchestral work, This is Snow Overture, performed by the Foothills Philharmonic and directed by Toru Tagawa, at the auditorium at Catalina High Magnet School, 3645 E Pima St, Tucson, AZ 85716. Admission is free!
Listen to the recently-made recording of Nocturne Fantasy! Go to http://ianguthriecomposer.com/works/solo/ and scroll down to “Nocturne Fantasy”!
In North Carolina or Virginia this week? If so, make sure to visit Campbell University at 7pm Friday to see Ian Guthrie and Kalina Mrmevska perform several of Ian Guthrie’s compositions. Also stop by Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists at 1pm on Saturday to hear Guthrie perform some other classics! Both events are free and open… Continue reading Guthrie on a two-location FREE mini-tour this week!
It is all coming so soon! The premiere of several works, the premiere of Ian Guthrie appearing on stage with other pianists to do his work in various places, and local premieres of favorites! 2 November, 2023: 7pm at Campbell University (Buies Creek, NC)! Hear Ian Guthrie and Kalina Mrmevska perform some of Guthrie’s piano… Continue reading Almost here! Many premieres there and everywhere!
Oct. 28th, 2023: premiere of “Three Memoria” at Blue River Bible Church (Kansas City, MO) Nov. 2nd: premiere of “Nocturne Fantasy” at Campbell University (Buies Creek, NC) Dec. 10th: premiere of “This is Snow Overture” in Tucson, AZ (exact location TBD) late December 2023: premiere of “Feliz Viajera” in Ecuador (exact location and date TBD)… Continue reading New premieres – mark your calendars!
Guthrie is finishing a new flute piece (stay tuned for more soon!) that addresses international citizen issues, will be performed by an international student, and will be performed internationally! More information should be posted soon here, as well as on Facebook and Instagram! Do you not yet follow Guthrie on Facebook or Instagram? You can!… Continue reading Flute music traveling around the world
Amid many other premieres and the like at the Interlochen Center for the Arts, the Foothills Philharmonic (Tucson, AZ) recently decided to program and premiere Guthrie’s latest finished chamber work, This is Snow Overture in December! Make sure to mark your calendars for a warm, yet snowy, concert!
Well, it has been officially announced! One of Guthrie’s new commissions this year will be for the Northland Christian School wind ensemble – which has twice consecutively won the Midwest Music Festival for best middle school band, and thrice won the Midwest Music Festival for the best high school band! Stay tuned as updates come!
Oregon Arts Watch recently did an exciting review of Guthrie’s The Tempest Long Foretold and its recent performance by fEARnoMUSIC. Read the full review here.
fEARnoMUSIC’s performance of The Tempest Long Foretold is less than two days away! RSVP for free at Fear No Music — Legacies II: influence and confluence (donations encouraged). See you there at the Old Church Concert Hall at 7:30pm PDT on Monday, March 20th!