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 Symposium workshop “Virgin Ears” by the American Chamber Ensemble. The exact date has not been… Continue reading NW Symphony and other ensembles perform Guthrie’s work
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 entire concert (found at
I am pleased to announce that this coming Monday, March 18th, there will be a concert at St. Anne’s Chapel at Marylhurst University at 7:30pm consisting of Stravinsky’s famous “A Soldier’s Tale” and Marsalis’ “A Fiddler’s Tale.” Also on the program will be a work by Dr. John Paul, department chair of Marylhurst’s Music Department,… Continue reading Ian Guthrie’s new ensemble work performed and broadcast on March 18th
On Wednesday, November 7th, 2012, Portland string quartet Classical Revolution PDX will be performing, among other works, Guthrie’s new work Alicia’s Question. The performance will take place at St. Anne’s Chapel at Marylhurst University, near Lake Oswego, OR, at 7pm. Admission is free. Also worth noting is I should have samples of most of my… Continue reading Performance of string quartet
Asked to perform some background music for Holladay Park Plaza in NE Portland, OR on Wednesday August 15th, Ian Guthrie absolutely jazzed up their social hour. With classics such as the Rhapsody in Blue, The Entertainer, and Maple Leaf Rag thrilled the audience, while works by J. S. Bach, Beethoven, and Albeniz graced the scene… Continue reading Ian Guthrie rocks Plaza’s social hour
Starting in September, Ian began playing the music for some of St. Matthew Lutheran Church’s services in Washougal. Recently, however, others have asked him to play at their services, such as Camas United Methodist Church, Zion Lutheran Church in Camas, and Tualatin Presbyterian Church in Oregon.
One of the biggest objectives today in America is to increase recycling and reduce pollution. Most of us discard our biodegradable substances back to the earth, and recycle our paper and similar materials in the recycling bin. But what about things we keep, like certain papers? What about napkins, which we use once and then… Continue reading Responsible: Reuse and Recycle paper
On Saturday, August 6th, 2011, Ian Guthrie will perform at Gateway Community Church’s non-profit Parking Lot Party. He will perform movements II and III from his Piano Sonata no. 1 in G minor for his solo 15-minute set of music; He will also accompany singer Rachel Warren for her 15-minute set of music. Hope to see… Continue reading Ian Guthrie performing at non-profit Parking Lot Party
Biographical article written recently by my college. Article on Clark County fEARnoMUSIC Young Composers Project participants (2011).
Welcome to my official website! As of now, I am still putting the site together, but I’ll soon offer a list of my completed works (with sample recordings), performances, and music business (including piano performance and accompanying, and piano lessons and theory tutoring).