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Recipient of 2011 ASCAP award. Three Ballads and a Gymnopedie to be Spring 2012.
In Memoriam Abraham, String Orchestra of the Rockies, Whitefish, MT, Sept. 2011; also Missoula, MT, Sept. 2011.
Recipient of an ASCAP PLUS AWARD/Concert Division.
Cradle Song, I Sit With My Dolls, From Tomorrow On, Al Tif Gi Vi, and Numi Numi by Rebecca Bell,soprano and David Ballena, piano at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland School of Music on 4/10.
Stern was a recipient of the ASCAP Standard Works Award for 2008-2009. The composer announces that both score and parts for In Memoriam Abraham are now available from Carl Fischer Music Distributors, 2480 Industrial Blvd., Paoli, PA 19301.
In Memoriam Abraham, for string orchestra, received an April 2008 performance from the String Orchestra of the Rockies, University of Montana, Missoula. Deploration for oboe, alto saxophone, trombone, and contrabass was presented by Fredric Cohen, Lynn Klock, Norman Butler, and Salvatore Macchia at a September Faculty Concert, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Robert Stern is the recipient of an ASCAP Standard Works Award for 2007-2008.
Joel Krosnick and Gilbert Galish introduced Tekiah G’Dolah (reflections on ‘Shofar’) for cello and piano in November 2007, at the Juilliard School of Music, New York, NY.
Soprano Kayla Werlin and pianist Jamie Goodnow presented Du bist wie eine Blume in January 2007 at the Jewish Community of Amherst, MA. E. Wayne Abercrombie led the University Chorale in a performance of Three Lullabies in May, at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Adon Olam was heard in July as performed by the American Chai Dolls under the direction of Joshua Jacobson, North American Jewish Choral Festival, Kerhonkston, NY.