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CHAPTER PROCEDURES MANUAL


OFFICER PORTAL


VPMs:  MIT TRAINING CURRICULUM  (available in the Officer Portal document library)

COLLEGIATE VPM IMPORTANT REMINDERS

ALUMNAE VPMs: PATRONESS TRAINING CURRICULUM

(also available in the Officer Portal document library)


 

Steven R. Gerber   
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Visit stevengerber.com for more information.

 

Annual Updates

2009

PREMIERES

Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought (5 Sonnets of Shakespeare) for SATB chorus, was introduced by the New York Virtuoso Singers, under the direction of Harold Rosenbaum.

PERFORMANCES

Symphony No. 1, Symphony No. 2, and Serenade for Strings, were all performed by the Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic, conducted by Ulysses James.

RECORDINGS

Arabesque, CD containing the works Clarinet Concerto, Spirituals, and Serenade Concertante.


 

2007

Premieres

Several new works were premiered in 2006, including Symphony No. 2, by the Skokie Valley (IL) Symphony, conducted by Daniel Boico; 5 Canonic Duos at the Austrian Consulate in New York, NY; and Duet for Solo Clarinet, by clarinetist Alex Fiterstein, for Bargemusic, in Brooklyn, NY.

Performances

The first movement of Symphony No. 1 was performed by the Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic, conducted by Ulysses S. James, while Elegy on the Name “Dmitri Shostakovich”, received two performances from violist Katie Kaderauch for the Carmel Music Society.

Recordings

Kurt Nikkanen and Friends Play the Music of Steven R. Gerber, nine solo and chamber works written from 1967-2001, Koch International.

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