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2018 PERFORMANCES

February 6
Naked And On Fire
Performed by the UNL Percussion Ensemble (Dave Hall, director) at University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln, NE)

February 18
Spirderweb Lead
Performed by the Vanderbilt Percussion Ensemble (Ji Hye Jung, director) (Nashville, TN)

February 18
Carbon Paper and Nitrogen Ink — concerto for marimba and wind ensemble
Performed by marimbist Mario Marini with the Muskingum Valley Symphonic Winds at Muskingum University (David Turrill, conductor) (New Concord, OH)

February 21
The Rule of Five - concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble - World Premiere
Performed by Novus Percutere (Justin Alexander and Luis Rivera) with the Virginia Commonwealth University Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by Terry Austin (Richmond, VA)

April 15
The Percustary Insectarium - concerto for cello and percussion ensemble - World Premiere
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston with the Florida State Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

April 21
The Percustary Insectarium - concerto for cello and percussion ensemble
Performed by cellist Amy Sue Barston with the Florida State Percussion Ensemble (John W. Parks IV, director) at the Lassiter Percussion Symposium (Atlanta, GA)

April 24
The Rule of Five - concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble - World Premiere
Performed by Novus Percutere (Justin Alexander and Luis Rivera) with the University of South Alabama Wind Ensemble conducted by William Petersen (Mobile, AL)

April 25
The Rule of Five - concerto for two percussionists and wind ensemble - World Premiere
Performed by Rob Sanderl and Tom Marceau with the Radford University Wind Ensemble conducted by Wayne Gallops (Radford, VA)

July 10-14
The Things That Go - World Premiere
Performed by Clifford Leaman and Neal Postma at the World Saxophone Congress (Zagreb, Croatia)