April 1st’s premiere of Journey Through Cascadia was no joke: attendants ranging from students, teachers, and friends all find the work to be a well-conceived, touching story. Now, other musicians can hear it, and learn to perform it!
A full audience filled the Pepsico Recital Hall for the premiere of Guthrie’s Journey Through Cascadia on Wednesday. People acclaimed its “conversations between the voice and piano,” its transformation to the “beautiful vocal melodies,” and other aspects of the work.
In the past few days, a soprano and I recorded Journey Through Cascadia. Recordings should be uploaded shortly. Also, do not forget that April 1st is the new premiere date for the song cycle!
I stumbled upon this article the other day. It is advertising the Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s performance of my piece all the back in February 2014, but neat to find nonetheless. Here is is: http://b-townblog.com/2014/01/17/northwest-symphony-orchestras-valentines-concert-will-have-latin-passion/.
The date and venue has been set for the entire “Journey Through Cascadia” premiere. It will be March 18th at 3pm at Pepsico Recital Hall, in Fort Worth, TX. Come and enjoy this latest masterpiece setting the poetry of beloved … Read More
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Ian Guthrie is currently writing a song cycle, but not a typical one. While most song cycles centered on brokenhearted love stories, Guthrie pursues a much more original storyline, one that reflects his
Ian Guthrie’s new Salsa Habañero will be premiered at Marylhurst University’s St. Anne’s Chapel on Friday, May 23rd, at 7:30pm alongside Schoenberg’s iconic Pierrot Lunaire and a couple other works. Tickets are only $5 per adult and free for students and … Read More