On April 24th, the Moore Philharmonic Orchestra in Aberdeen, NC (near Raleigh), will perform the first complete program of The Spunky Girl. Find more information here.
On February 14th, the Northwest Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Spain opened their concert with Guthrie’s Salsa: The Allurement. While the work has been criticized for being underdeveloped and perhaps uninteresting, the public loved the work. Apparently Ian … Read More
The Northwest Symphony will premiere Guthrie’s “Salsa” from The Spunky Girl at 7:30pm next Friday, February 14th at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien, WA. More information available here.
Ian Guthrie has recently received an opportunity to write a 20-25 composition for the New York Chamber Players. He has already planned to write the work, but he is currently searching for funds to help meet the production costs, which … Read More
I am pleased to announce that I will start selling scores of my original compositions and will set up a paypal method for all buyers.
Ian Guthrie’s new “Five Scenes” for percussion (played by Florian Conzetti) and violoncello (played by Diane Chaplin) will be performed at Marylhurst’s Wiegand Hall on Nov. 7th at 4pm. Admission is free.
On Friday, Nov. 22nd, the Marylhurst University Chorale will premiere Guthrie’s new choral work Ocean Breeze with Guthrie himself accompanying at the piano. The performance will be at 7:30pm at Marylhurst University’s St. Anne’s Chapel.
Ian Guthrie won first place in the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Piano Performance Competition for the state of Oregon in November 2013. As the state winner, he will represent Oregon at the MTNA Northwest Division Competition in Portland … Read More
The Northwest Symphony Orchestra has programmed Ian Guthrie’s “Salsa” from “The Spuniy Girl” for their February 14th, 2014 concert. Ian Guthrie’s newest piece, The Blast Zone, for two double basses and piano, will be performed at the Universityof Oregon’s Composers … Read More
The excellent performance on Monday included Stravinsky’s enormously popular L’histoire du Soldat and Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale, as well as the premeire of four works by Marylhurst University’s top composition faculty and students. The local radio KBOO also broadcast the … Read More