Listen and see Ian Evans Guthrie perform with Tonya Burton in the concerts “Invoking Dreams, Dances, and Storms.” The first opportunity is on allclassical.org on Thursday at 6/3 Eastern/Pacific; the second opportunity is at 4pm PDT at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Camas, WA with FREE ADMISSION. Hope to see you there!
Guthrie again returns to the Pacific Northwest with a commission for the Northwest Symphony Orchestra. The work will be performed on March 14th, 2020.
Yet again, Guthrie was a finalist for the Morton Gould Young Composers awards for his work The Crescent Moon Shines Dim On High.
Jason Noble from Australia’s premiere new music group Ensemble Offspring wrote a wonderful article about the composers featured at the recent Noosa ISAM Festival. Read the entire article here: https://www.jasonnoble-clarinettist.com/blog-1/2019/3/15/nothinglikenoosa?fbclid=IwAR2WTr9rYQOQQO_teygNRnCw9M41en0XO44J7LOd7nGDGx2Gzz7O2LN6sNs.
Out of nearly 800 contestants of all ages, Guthrie is one of only 31 composers to have his composition (the new Lavelatla commissioned by Eirene Duo) highlighted at FSU’s biennial Festival of New Music. The concerts run from Jan. 30-Feb. 1st at Florida State University!
Ian Guthrie has again been in the spotlight as the most recent composer to be commissioned by the Eirene Duo – a two-piano duo attempting to bridge the gap of American and Chinese music and culture. Find out more information here.
Ian Guthrie has recently been invited to serve as the artist-in-residency for July-August for the Chinquapin Center for the Arts and a residency in late December with Centrum. He will be composing extensive works specifically related to the topic of global climate change.
Now as a part-time instructor, Ian Guthrie has not created as much music this past year as usual. However, summer break is coming, which means a lot is coming, including a work hopefully to be performed at the 2018 FSU Festival of New Music. Pieces include a Viola Sonata, a two-piano duet, a violin-piano duet,… Continue reading upcoming performances and works
Sing into Facebook and see some serious rehearsal on “Castillo Cave” (not for the faint of heart!) by a member of the UO’s amazing TaiHei Ensemble: https://www.facebook.com/TaiHeiNewMusicEnsemble/videos/1847818145259611/