Solo Piano

A Farewell Elegy (2017, revised 2022)

Duration: 7’28”.

One of Guthrie’s most performed works, he premiered it on July 13th, 2019 at St. John’s Presbyterian Church (Camas, WA). He has since performed it across the United States. Pianist Kalina Mrmevska performed it for the first time on November 2nd, 2023 at Campbell University’s Living Composers Series.

Nocturne Fantasy (2023)

Duration: 5’34”.

One of Guthrie’s newest works, and the first he was not the one to premiere. Pianist Kalina Mrmevska premiered it at the Mahanaim Conservatory (Long Island, NY) on October 20th, 2023, and then performed it again on November 2nd, 2023 at Campbell University’s Living Composers Series.

Nocturnes and Nightmares (2020-present)

I. Lost in a Gloomy Wood; II. Falling Stars; III. Flaming Inferno

Total duration: ca. 25′

Soundscape Retreats (2014-15, revised 2017)

I. Wy’east; II. Lake of Sunlit Shadows; III. Tropical Sabbath

Total duration: 15’20”.

One of Guthrie’s most performed works: “Wy’east” premiered on November 5th, 2014 in Pepsico Hall with the composer at the piano. “Lake of Sunlit Shadows” premiered on All Classical Public Media’s Thursdays@Three in December, 2016. Tropical Sabbath recorded by Evan Mitchell in November 2015. Guthrie revised Soundscape Retreats in early 2017 and premiered the entire work live in its updated form on March 9th, 2017 at the SCI Region VIII Conference; performed several other times from Coast to Coast. 

I. Wy’east

II. Lake of Sunlit Shadows

III. Tropical Sabbath

Three Memoria (2018-23)

I. New Dimensions; II. Canon: In Memorium Tomas Svoboda; III. Reinventing the Wheel

Total duration: 6’45”

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