News & Performances

2010

Richard Benefield plays The Garden of the Muses on the Old First Concerts series, in Old First Presbyterian Church, Van Ness at Sacramento, San Francisco, on Friday evening, October 22, 8pm.

Media
DANIEL PINKHAM: THE SOLO ORGAN WORKS is the subject of an extensive article by famed historian Barbara Owen in the September 2005 issue of The American Organist.
Choral Journal Vol. 45 Issue 3 contains an in-depth review of The Covenant Motets.
L'ORGUE, the official bulletin of the Amis de l'Orgue Number 262, contains a major article (in French) on Pinkham's works for solo organ. The author is the American organ historian Barbara Owen. Carolyn Shuster-Fournier made the translation into French.
Richard Dyer of The Boston Globe reviews the June 5 performance of Garden Party and The Cask of Amontillado.
T.J. Medrek of The Boston Herald reviews the premiere of Make Way For Ducklings.
Richard Dyer of The Boston Globe reviews the June 21st premiere of Ducklings.
New CD releases

ARSIS CD151
Daniel Pinkham: Two One-Act Operas
The Cask of Amontillado
Garden Party

The Chorus and Orchestra of the Boston Academy of Music
John Finney, conductor

ARSIS SACD402
Heinrich Christensen Plays the C.B. Fisk Organ, King's Chapel, Boston
Pinkham: A Flourish, A Vision and A Commandment

ARSIS CD143
Daniel Pinkham:
Music for Brass and Brass & Organ
Huntington Brass Quintet
Abbey Hallberg Siegfried, organ

ARSIS CD116
Come to Me
(Love Songs for Chorus by American Composers)
features Love Can Be Still among other works by Hopkins, Conte, Nestor, Stevens, Marshall, and Barber.

 

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