Upcoming events

2022
In the Fire of Conflict
December 11
8:00 PM
Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Katarzyna Mycka & Singakademie Stuttgart /
Stiftsmusik Stuttgart, Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
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2023
Consciousness & Creativity
January 17
7:00 PM
Lecture by Christos Hatzis
on the essence of the creative process.
Composers' Forum series.
Announcement of upcoming premieres
and new projects.
Room 330, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Arctic Dreams
January 21
5:00 PM
Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone.
21C Music Festival. Temerty Theatre, The Royal Conservatory. Toronto, Canada
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Orbiting Garden
January 29
7:30 PM
Younggun Kim, piano
Electroacoustic Concert
presented by Eliot Britton
University of Toronto
New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.
info
Quantum Transitions
January 30
7:30 PM
University of Toronto
Percussion Ensemble concert
Aiyun Huang, director
UofT New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
Free Admission
McMillan Theatre, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 02
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Theater Duisburg
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Tongues of Fire (4. "To the Ends of the Earth"
February 03
7:30 PM
The fourth movement of
the percussion concerto Tongues of Fire, arranged for wind ensemble by Kevin Lau.
Hoi Tong Keung, percussion, University of Toronto Wind Symphony, Pratik Gandhi, conductor
UofT New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
MacMillan Theatre, Faculty of Music, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada
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World premiere
Nothing but the Light
February 04
2:30 PM
Sarah Slean, Nothing but the Light
Gustav Mahler, excerpts from Das Lied von der Erde
Christos Hatzis, arranger, Aaron Tsang, producer, David Earle, choreography, John Lauener, videography
Sarah Slean, vocalist
University of Toronto New Music Festival, Norbert Palej, director
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.
info
World premiere
Three Songs on Poems by Anne Michaels
February 04
2:30 PM
Lawrence Williford, tenor
Steven Philcox, piano
University of Toronto
New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.
info
In the Fire of Conflict
February 04
2:30 PM
Michael Murphy, marimba
Steven Henry, (virtual) rap on video.
University of Toronto
New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.
info
String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
February 04
2:30 PM
DIOR QUARTET
Noa Sarid, violin
Tobias Elser, violin
Caleb Georges, viola
Joanne Yesol Choi, cello
University of Toronto
New Music Festival
Norbert Palej, director
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.
info
Dance of the Dictators
February 05
3:00 PM
Piano BA, Veronique Matthieu, violin; Sunnat Ibrahim, cello. Discovering the Amatis: Concert Series.
Convocation Hall, 107 Administration Place, Saskatoon, Canada
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 05
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Theater Duisburg
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 09
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Theater Duisburg
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 10
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Theater Duisburg
info
One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 25
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Gastspiel Oper Köln
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
February 26
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Gastspiel Oper Köln
info
In the Fire of Conflict
March 04
7:30 PM
Clara Grünwald, cello; Fabian Otten, percussion. Preceded by a lecture by Prof. Dr. Dietmar Harhoff, Director at the MPI for Innovation and Competition, Munich. "The pandemic - a turning point for innovation and digitization?" Compositions by Steve Reich, J. S. Bach, Andy Akiho, Christos Hatzis, and Philip Glass.
Resonance Room, University of Music and Performing Arts, Hamburg, Germany.
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In the Fire of Conflict
March 05
7:30 PM
Clara Grünwald, cello; Fabian Otten, percussion. Preceded by a lecture by Prof. Dr. Dietmar Harhoff, Director at the MPI for Innovation and Competition, Munich. "The pandemic - a turning point for innovation and digitization?" Compositions by Steve Reich, J. S. Bach, Andy Akiho, Christos Hatzis, and Philip Glass.
JazzHall, University of Music and Performing Arts, Hamburg, Germany.
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Lamento
March 10
7:30 PM
Sarah Slean, vocalist; Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, Dina Gilbert, conductor.
Sagebrush Theatre 1300 9th Avenue, Kamloops, BC, Canada.
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Lamento
March 11
7:30 PM
Sarah Slean, vocalist; Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, Dina Gilbert, conductor.
Sagebrush Theatre 1300 9th Avenue, Kamloops, BC, Canada.
info:
One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
March 14
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
March 17
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
March 25
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
info
One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
April 06
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
info
One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
April 14
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
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Afterthoughts 2
April 16
3:00 PM
Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Erika Crinó, piano. Les AMIS concert.
Trinity United Church, Colburg, ON, Canada
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One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening)
April 21
7:30 PM
One and Others. Choreography: Demis Volpi; music: Christos Hatzis — String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)
Ballett Am Rhein: Opera House Düsseldorf
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The Isle is Full of Noises
April 22
7:30 PM
Aarhus Symphony Orchestra (Denmark), Andrey Boreyko conductor.
Symphony Hall. Aarhus, Denmark
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Coming To
April 23
3:00 PM
Veronique Mathieu, violin; Robert Koenig, piano. The Amatis: Concert Series.
Convocation Hall, Peter MacKinnon Building, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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Past events

2022

November 20, 2:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Cheuk Hin Keith Ng, marimba. Finals, Tromp International Percussion Competition. Eindhoven, Germany.

November 18, 8:00 PM. Wormwood. European premiere. Kaunas Piano Trio (Lina Krėpštaitė | Indrė Andruškevičiūtė | Asta Krištaponienė). (baritone), Mantas Jankavičius (vocals), Kiryl Dernovyi (discanto, Ukraine), Arvydas Strimaitis (video projections), Dainius Svobonas (actor), Kaunas State Choir, Robertas Šervenikas (conductor). Kaunas Philharmonic Hall, Kaunas, Lithuania.

October 30, 6:00 PM. Nadir. Mommenta Münsterland. Anna Stegmann, recorder; Jorge Jiménez, viola. DJK Sport World Coesfeld, Dieselstr. 33, Coesfeld, Germany.

October 29, 6:00 PM. Nadir. Anna Stegmann, recorder; Jorge Jiménez, viola. Klangwerkstatt, Detmolt, Germany.

October 24. Arabesque recording. October 24 & 25. Studio recording of Arabesque. Marc Djokic, violin; Christina Quilico, piano; Sinfonia Toronto under Nurhan Arman. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 22, 8:00 PM. Arabesque. Marc Djokic, violin; Christina Quilico, piano; Sinfonia Toronto under Nurhan Arman. George Weston Recital hall, Toronto.

October 20, 7:00 PM. Coming To. Isabella D’Eloize Perron, violin; Meagan Milatz, piano. Jeunesses Musicales, 305 Mont-Royal Ave E, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

October 19, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. NZTrio (Amalia Hall, violin; Ashley Brown, cello; and Somi Kim, piano). Puoro Music AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND. St. Paul's Cathedral, Dunedin, New Zealand.

October 18, 8:00 PM. Mirage?. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone and cloud gongs. Thirteen Strings; Kevin Mallon, conductor. Dominion Chalmers Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

October 18, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. NZTrio (Amalia Hall, violin; Ashley Brown, cello; and Somi Kim, piano). St. Paul's Cathedral, Dunedin, New Zealand.

September 24, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Natasa Hadjiandreou, marimba. The House of One. Pattihio Municipal Theatre, Lemesos, Cyprus.

September 24, 7:30 PM. Up to her Waist in Lupins. World premiere. Allison Miller, flute. Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Judith Yan. TCU Place, Sid Buckworld Theatre, Saskatoon, SK.

September 24, 7:30 PM. Dance of the Dictators. NOVI: Veronique Matthieu, violin; Sunnat Ibrahim, cello; Ellen Sommer, piano. Atonement Lutheran Church, Overland Park, Kansas, USA.

September 23, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Natasa Hadjiandreou, marimba. The House of One. Pallas Theatre, Lefkosia, Cyprus.

September 23, 12:30 PM. From Roots to Branches: The Roles of Tradition, Spirituality and the Other in my Music. Lecture by Christos Hatzis. Fine Arts Research and Lecture Series. University of Saskatoon. Department of Music, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK.

September 22. Arctic Dreams. Francesco Marzano, flute; Charlotte Hahn, vibraphone. Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Germany.

September 15, 1:10 PM. Eris. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Noon-hour concert. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

August 28, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Marimba Festival, Forest Hall, Nagakute City Cultural House, Negakute, Japan.

August 21, 11:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Laura Trompetter, marimba. BUURTconcert. OBA Javaplein, Javaplein 2, 1094 HW Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

August 08. Cruel Elegance. The Atlantic String Quartet. Recital #4. Cook Recital Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

August 05. Nadir CD release. Release of the CD Zenith on GWK Records. Anna Stegmann, recorder; Jorge Jiménez, viola. Featuring Hatzis composition Nadir. GWK Records, Germany.

July 17, 7:30 PM. Eris. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Sound Symposium. LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

July 13, 9:00 PM. Sonic Convergence. World premiere. Original compositions and arrangements by Christos Hatzis, Christos Rafalides, Petros Klampanis, and Antonis Sousamoglou. Performers: Christos Rafalides (jazz vibes), Petros Klampanis (jazz bass) and a Thessaloniki-based classical string quartet consisting of Antonis Sousamoglou (violin I), David Bogorad (violin II), Thanasis Sourgounis (viola) and Vassilis Saitis (cello). Hatzis's compositions and arrangements: Afterthoughts 2020 Cruel Elegance La Dolce Vita Vanishing Point New Hortensia Το Χειροκρότημα Opus 28, No. 20 Convergence. The Athens Epidaurus Festival, 260 Piraeus Street, Athens Greece.

July 01, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Natasa Hadjiandreou, marimba. Archontikon Axiotheas. Part of the Cultural Festival of the University of Cyprus. Nicosia, Cyprus.

June 29, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Yuchan Wang, marimba. Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster Musikhochschule Münster Ludgeriplatz 1 48151 Münster, Germany.

June 29, 11:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Hyeji Bak, marimba. Cheonan Arts Center. 185 Seongnam-myeon, Seongnam-myeon, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea.

June 28, 7:30 PM. Modulations 1. Percussion students of the University of Cologne at Wuppertal. Under the mentorship of Katarzyna Mycka. University of Music and Dance Sedanstrasse 15 – 42275 Wuppertal, Germany.

June 26, 10:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Nicolas Dunesme, marimba. Conservatoire. 25 Rue Kruger, 94100 Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, France.

June 23, 4:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Louise Jegou, marimba. Auditorium, Cité de la musique et de la danse – Strasbourg, France.

June 19, 3:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Moe Kitamura, marimba. Master of Music recital. Conservvatorio della Svizzera italiana. Via Soldino 9 CH-6900, Lugano, Italy.

June 19, 11:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Dony Amyrotou, marimba. Sala Koncertowa w budynku żółtym Akademii Muzycznej w Gdańsku, ul. Łąkowa 1-2, Poland.

June 18, 3:00 PM. Quantum Transitions. Trio Colores (Matthias Kessler, Luca Staffelbach, Fabian Ziegler), percussion. Sundays at Three Chamber Music Series. Christ Episcopal Church, 6800 Oakland Mills Road, Columbia, Maryland.

June 17, 7:30 PM. Quantum Transitions. Trio Colores (Matthias Kessler, Luca Staffelbach, Fabian Ziegler), percussion (2022 Chesepeake Chamber Music International Competition Winners). Chesepeake Music Festival 2022. Ebenezer Theater, 17 S Washington Street, Easton, MD.

June 12, 11:30 AM. Fertility Rites. Francesco Parodi, marimba. Dance of the Drums—Cherry Notes. Orsolina 28 Art Foundation. Strada Caminata, 28 - 14036 Moncalvo (AT), Italy.

June 05, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Natasa Hadjiandreou, marimba. Attikon Theatro, Paphos, Cyprus.

June 04, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Natasa Hadjiandreou, marimba. Technochoros ΕΘΑΛ. Lemesos, Cyprus.

May 29, 8:30 pm. Old Photographs. Dimitris Karamanolis, violin; Miltiades Kassaras, cello; Ariadni Dimitriou, piano. Municipal Conservatory of Larisa.

May 29, 8:30 pm. Old Photographs. Αριάδνη Δημητρίου, piano; Δημήτρης Καραμανώλης, violin; Μιλτιάδης Κασσάρας, violoncello. Municipal Conservatory of Larisa. Larisa, Greece.

May 29, 8:30 pm. Eris. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Municipal Conservatory of Larisa. Larisa, Greece.

May 28, 8:30 PM. Eris. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Porphyrogenion, Agria, Volos, Greece.

May 28, 8:30 PM. Eden. World premiere. Dimitris Semsis, violin; Kostas Siskos, French horn; Gulya Tulyaganova, piano. Porphyrogenion, Agria, Volos, Greece.

May 28, 8:30 PM. Απόστιχα Μυστκά. World premiere. Vasilis Agrokostas, cantor, choir under the direction of Nikos Hiotoglou. Porphyrogenion, Agria, Volos, Greece.

May 26, 6:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Theater Duisburg.

May 18, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Theater Duisburg.

May 17. The Mega4 Meta4 and From the Vanishing Gardens of Eden. National broadcast of The Mega4 Meta4 with Douglas Perry, viola and From the Vanishing Gardens of Eden of Eden with the violas of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Two New Hours, CBC Radio2, Canada.

May 16, 7:30 PM. Phosphorus. Jose Maria Palacios Munoz, marimba. University of Cologne, Wuppertal, Germany.

May 16, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Francesco Marzano, flute; Charlotte Hahn, vibraphone. University of Cologne, Wuppertal, Germany.

May 16, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. (movement 1 & 2: Zoe Argyriou; movement 3: Alexandru Silian. University of Cologne, Wuppertal, Germany.

May 16, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Charlotte Hahn, marimba. University of Cologne, Wuppertal, Germany.

May 16, 7:30 PM. Vignettes for violin and marimba. Maria Sandu, violin; Alexandru Silian, marimba. University of Cologne, Wuppertal, Germany.

May 13, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Theater Duisburg.

April 30, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballet Am Reihm Dusseldorf, Germany. Theater Duisburg (premiere).

April 29, 8:00 PM. Vernal Equinox. world premiere. Theodore Milkov, marimba. Athens State Orchestra under the direction of Miltos Logiadis. Christos Lambrakis Hall, Megaron Moussikis, Athens, Greece.

April 29, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. NZTrio. Mt. Eden Chamber Music Festival. Mt Eden Village Centre, 449 Mount Eden Rd, Mt. Eden, Auckland, New Zealand.

April 28, 7:30 PM. Eris. European premiere. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Event celebrating the donation of the Christos Hatzis archives to the Lilian Voudouri Music Library and the 80th Anniversary of official diplomatic relations between Canada and Greece. Lilian Voudouri Music Library. Megaron (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

April 26, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf.

April 23, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf.

April 13, 8:00 PM. Face to Face. Georgia Lazaridou, piano. Gordon K. and Harriet Greenfield Hall. Manhattan School of Music, Manhattan, NY, USA.

April 10, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf.

April 10, 4:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Benjamin Kamino, dancer. Celebrating Peggy Baker -- A Gala Retrospective. Betty Oliphant Theatre, National Ballet School, Toronto.

April 08, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballet Am Reihm Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf.

April 07, 7:30 PM. Face to Face. Georgia Lazaridou, piano. Schaeffer Auditorium, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Department of Music. Kutztown, PA. USA.

April 05, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf.

April 02, 7:30 PM. One & Others (String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening). European premiere. Ballett Am Rhein, Dusseldorf, Germany. Opera House Düsseldorf. (premiere).

March 27, 6:30 PM. Departures. Yuri Hashimoto, flute; Ålesund Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bjarte Engeset. Parken Kulturhus. Ålesund, Norway.

March 17, 7:30 AM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). European premiere. Afiara String Quartet. Ringe kirke, Kirkepladsen 4, 5750 Ringe, Denmark.

March 13, 11:30 AM. Apostichon. Mariusz Monczak, violin; Norbert Palej, organ;. Church of the Nativity. Bethlehem, Palestine.

March 12, 7:30 PM. Apostichon. World premiere. Mariusz Monczak, violin; Norbert Palej, organ. Our Lady of Peace Chapel. Notre Dame Center, Jerusalem, Israel.

March 08, 7:30 PM. Eris. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. "Finding Her Voice: A Celebration of International Women's Day". The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 10, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Municipal House, Smetana Hall, Prague, Czech Republic. [Cancelled due to Covid-19].

February 09, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Municipal House, Smetana Hall, Prague, Czech Republic. [Cancelled due to Covid-19].

February 07, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Dona Amyrotou, marimba. Concert Hall in the Red Building; Academy of Music, Gdansk, Poland.

January 22, 2:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Saint-Germain. Quatuor Saint-Germain. Marie Côté, artist. (Hatzis attended the performance and participated in a post-concert talk with the artists and audience via Skype). Musée régional de Rimouski, 35, rue Saint-Germain O., Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.

January 20, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Saint-Germain. Musée régional de Rimouski, 35, rue Saint-Germain O., Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.

2021

November 25, 1:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, marimba. Beverley Johnston & Friends concert. Music in the Afternoon. Livestream from Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.

November 25, 1:30 PM. Memories of the Danforth from Vignettes. Mark Djokic, violin; Beverley Johsnton, marimba. Beverley Johnston & Friends concert. Music in the Afternoon. Livestream from Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.

November 22, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Nadir (third movement). Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins; Caleb Georges, viola; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello). Livestream, Mondays in the Mishkan. The Centre for Arts & Culture, Holy Blossom Temple.Toronto.

November 19, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Heyji Bak, marimba. Seoul Arts Center Recital Hall, Seoul, South Korea.

November 19. Old Photographs. The NZTrio (Amalia Hall, violin; Ashley Brown, cello; Somi Kim, piano). WCMT: NZTrio - InterFusions. New Zealand.

November 14, 3:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflic. Maria Melo, marimba. Bogota Philharmonic Hall. Bogota, Colombia.

November 07, 3:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Nadir (third movement). Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins; Caleb Georges, viola; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello). Prince Edward County Chamber Music Festival. St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church, 335 Main Street, Picton, ON.

October 31, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Natas Hadjiandreou, marimba. Wooden Sounds. Pallas Cinetheatre, Nicosia, Cyprus.

October 24, 5:30 PM. Fertility Rites and In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Magnificat. Katholische Kirche, Heilbronn, Germany.

October 23, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Pei-Ching Wu, marimba. World Percussion Group 2021 Virtual Tour. https://youtu.be/FfqM_YXzWpI.

October 19, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflic. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Marimba meets Büchner: A chamber music evening in three acts. Prima Volta, Zurich, Switzerland.

August 29, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites and In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Friedberg Summer Concerts, Town Church, Friedberg, Germany.

August 21, 5:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Marianna Bednarska, marimba. Davos Festival, Concert 23. Congress Center, Davos Platz, Davos, Switzerland.

August 20, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Wendy Palomeque, marimba. Embassy of the Free Mind. Keizersgracht 123 1015 CJ Amsterdam, NL.

July 10, 5:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Nadir (third movement). Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins; Caleb Georges, viola; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello). Banff Centre, Banff, AB.

July 04, 2:00 PM. Hatzis Composer Profile. International Katarzyna Mycka Marimba Academy. Online meetings 2021. Under the umbrella of Marimba Festiva.

June 05, 2:00 PM. Parlor Music. Jenny Arcelia López Infante, vibraphone; Faculty members of the Faculty of Music of the UNICACH;. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico.

June 04. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano. Vancouver Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tania Miller. Online performance. Orpheum stage, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

June 03, 2:00 PM. Broadcast of the entire ballet score of GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. . CKCU FM 93.1 Ottawa, ON.

June 02, 2:00 PM. Haikus. Magdalena Kawęcka, soprano; Virginia Alcaria, marimba. Akademia Muzyczna w Gdańsku, ul. Łąkowa 1-2, Gdansk, Poland.

May 04, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Jasmine Tsui, marimba. Masters Recital (online). Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto.

April 29. The Isle is Full of Noises. Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Municipal House, Smetana Hall, Prague, Czech Republic. [Performance postponed due to Covid-19].

April 28, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Municipal House, Smetana Hall, Prague, Czech Republic. [Performance postponed due to Covid-19].

April 24. Light from the Cross. Siranous Tsalikian, soprano; Thessaloniki State Orchestra, under the direction of Miltos Logiadis. A virtual concert commemorating the Armenian genocide. Videotaped performance for Greek National Television (ERT3) and YouTube.

April 23, 7:00 & 9:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Laura Trompetter, marimba. Songs in Wood, FFF series. Doelene Ensemble, Studio Rotterdam and online on YouTube. HBS Building, Studio 6, 's Gravendijkwal 58b, 3014 EE Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

April 10. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Nadir (third movement). Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins; Caleb Georges, viola; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello). Final concert of the Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition. Silver Medal winners. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99z3jR_4hRw&ab_channel=DiorQuartet.

April 09, 7:00. On-line broadcast of the video of Menorah. Marc Djokic, violin; Christina Quilico, piano;. University of Toronto New Music Festival. Toronto, ON.

March 27, 8:00. Fertility Rites and In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Continue Playing. Studio performance, SWR2 Radio, Stuttgart, Germany.

March 27, 2:00. Melisma. Peter Stoll, clarinet. Brandon University Clarinet Festival, School of Music Brandon, MB.

March 05, 7:30. Fertility Rites. Beñat López, marimba. Conservatorio Superior de Navarra. YouTube broadcast.

February 28. Old Photographs. Trio Elan (Frederic-Alexandre Michaud, violin; Eliana Zimmerman, cello; Ylan Chu, piano). Les Dejeuners Croissant-Musicque. Arts et Spectacles de Laval. Maison des Arts de Laval. Laval, Quebec.

February 24, 8:00. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Nadir (third movement). Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins; Caleb Georges, viola; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello). Jacobs Virtual Performance Series, Auer Concert Hall, School of Music, Indiana University. Indiana.

February 21. Old Photographs. Trio Elan (Frederic-Alexandre Michaud, violin; Eliana Zimmerman, cello; Ylan Chu, piano). Les Dejeuners Croissant-Musicque. Arts et Spectacles de Laval. Maison des Arts de Laval. Laval, Quebec.

2020

December 05. Menorah. World premiere. Marc Djokic, violin; Christina Quilico, piano. Photography (Last Folio) by Yuri Dojc. Adrian Thiessen & Fourgrounds Media Inc. video producers. Christos Hatzis music producer. Jeff Herd, production manager. Commissioned by Bravo Niagara, (Christine Mori, Artistic Director) with financial support from.

November 21, 7:00 & 9:00 PM. Atonement. David Liam Roberts, cello; LaLa Lee, piano. Cecilia Concerts, Lilian Piercey Concert Hall, 6199 Chebucto Road, Halifax, NS.

November 21, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Quatuor St-Germain (Élise Lavoie and Hugues Laforte-Bouchard, violins; Steeve St-Pierre, viola; James Darling, cello). Salle des Jardins—TELUS, Rimouski, Quebec.

November 21, 7:30 PM. Despair from Lamento. Sarah Slean, vocalist; London Symphonia the direction of Scott Good. Metropolitan United Church, London, ON. Actual concert and live-stream.

November 16, 1:15 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. . Semi-finals, TROMP International Percussion Competition 2020. Livestream.

November 05, 12:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Diana Malo, marimba. Culture Uniandes and Music Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

October 31, 8:00 PM. Zeitgeist. World video premiere.. The Greek National Opera orchestra under the direction of Miltos Logiadis. Filming location: The Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos. Part of the Second Greek National Opera Online Festival Counterpoints. Broadcast on nationalopera.gr/en, the GNO Facebook page and YouTube channel. Limited run of 30 days with over 50,000 FB and YouTube views.

October 26, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Bevis Ng, marimba. The Up:Strike Percussion concert. Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage Arts, Hong Kong.

October 25, 5:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. Blyth Performing Arts Centre (Iona College), Avelock North.

October 18, 4:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. The Town Hall, Concert Chamber, Auckland.

October 11, 4:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. Warkworth Town Hall, 2 Alnwick Street, Warkworth.

October 10, 7:00 PM. Nadir. Juho Myllylä, recorder; Hessel Moeselaar, viola. Splendor, Amsterdam, NL.

October 10, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. Old Library Building, 7 Rust Avenue, Whangarei.

October 08, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. St. Marks Church, Woburn Road, Lower Hutt.

October 07, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. The Piano, 156 Armagh Street, Christchurch.

October 04, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. Waikanae Memorial Hall, Pehi Kupa Street, Waikanae.

October 03, 6:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. The Wallace Arts Centre, Pah Homestead, Hillsborough, Aukland.

October 01, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. Monarch Room, Princess Gate Hotel, 1057 Arawa Street, Rotorua.

September 27, 3:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. InterFusions tour, New Zealand. St. Andrew's on the Terrace, 30 The Terrace, Wellington.

September 19, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. . XII Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyka u J.I Schnabla- Marimba rewolucyjnie. Nowogrodziec, Poland.

September 10. Modulations 1. Jonas Krause, Bao Tin van Cong, Matthias Schurr, Nils Kochskämper. Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, Germany.

August 17. Fertility Rites. Bevis Ng, marimba. online recital.

July 24, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Hyeji Bak, marimba. Festival Jeunes Talents, Cathédrale Sainte-Croix-des-Arméniens 13 rue du Perche - 75003 Paris 3e, France.

July 03, 7:00 PM. Face to Face. William Hobbs, piano. Epirous Chamber Music Festival 2020. Presented by Chamber Music Hellas. Church of Panaghia Parigoritissa, Arta, Greece. (Cancelled due to Covid-19.).

June 19, 8:30 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio. Classical Expressions in association with Chamber Music New Zealand. Whirinaki Arts & entertainment Centre, Whirinaki, New Zealand.

June 08, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. The NZ Trio (Amalia Hall, violin; Ashley Brown, cello; somi Kim, piano). Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Wellington, New Zealand.

June 08, 7:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The Esposito Quartet. The Dundalk Gaol. Carrickmacross Road, Dundalk, CO. Louth, Ireland. (Cancelled due to Covid-19.).

May 31, 3:00 PM. Odd World. Architek Percussion. Melodica concert. BCA Music Series St. John's United Church, 32 Park Street, Brockville, ON.

May 29. Tongues of Fire. Zhengdao Lu, percussion. Changchun Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Gao Song. Jilin Library Grand Hall. Changchun City, Jilin Province, China. Cancelled due to Covid-19.

April 08, 6:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Radim Večeřa, percussion. Besední dů. Komenského náměstí 534/8, Brno, Czech Republic.

April 05, 3:00 PM. Coming To. Marc Djokic, violin; Valerie Dueck, piano. Syrinx Concerts, Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. Toronto.

April 02, 1:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Beverley Johnston & Friends. Music in the Afternoon. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON.

April 02, 1:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. Beverley Johnston & Friends. Music in the Afternoon. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON.

March 22, 11:00 AM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Neubad Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland.

March 21, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Hunenberg, ref. Church, Hunenberg, Switzerland.

March 19, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Wasserkirche, Zurich, Switzerland.

March 07, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Postremise Churc, Chur, Switzerland.

March 07, 5:00PM. Fertility Rites. Mio Fujimoto, marimba. Richard Ortner Studio Building, Boston Conservatory at Berkley. Boston MA.

March 06, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Marek Czajka, marimba. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanisława Moniuszki w Gdańsku Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Gdańsku, Gdansk, Poland.

March 05, 11:00 AM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Uri Theater, Altdorf, Altdorf, Switzerland.

March 04, 8:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Jesse Guo, flute; Thomas Law, vibraphone. Roy Barnett Recital Hall, UBC Music Building, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

February 15, 8:00 PM. Modulations 1. Torq Percussion Quartet. The Jeffery Concerts, Grand Theatre, London, ON.

February 13, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Part of PULSE 2020. Konservatoriets koncertsal (Radioyset), Frederiksberg, Denmark.

February 07. Arctic Dreams 1. Hannah Donnely, flute; Sean Millman, vibraphone. Black Box Theatre, New York University, New York, NY.

January 24. Official release of the Sarah Slean CD on Centrediscs (NAXOS). Sarah Slean, vocalist; Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhanrd Gueller. The CD consists of the song cycles Lamento (music & lyrics by Hatzis) and Ecstasy (music by Hatzis, lyrics by Slean). The CD climbed to No. 6 position on the Classical iTunes list.

January 19, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 4 (The Suffering). The Penderecki String Quartet. University of Toronto New Music Festival, Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

January 18, 5:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Ryan Davis, viola. Temerty Theatre, Royal Conservatory of Music, 21C Festival. Toronto.ON.

January 16, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Continum ensemble. Stegi Concert Hall, Onasis Foundation, Athens, Greece.

January 15, 8:00 PM. Modulations 1. TorQ percussion quartet. The Jeffrey Concert Series. Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas St., London, ON.

January 14, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Marek Czajka, marimba. Academy of Music (aMus), Gdansk. Poland.

2019

December 15, 5:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Evengelische Kirche. Gachnang, Switzerland.

December 14. Rebirth. USA premiere. Steven Dann, viola; The Dr. Shirley Linzy Young Artists Orchestra of Las Vegas under the direction of Yunior Lopez. Windmill Library Performing Arts Center, Las Vegas, Nevada.

December 10. Haikus. Magdalena Niedbała,, soprano; Virginia Alcarria de la Fuente, marimba. GRAMY RAZEM 2019. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz), Gdansk, Poland.

December 03. Arctic Dreams 1. Hannah Donnely, flute; Sean Millman, vibraphone. Black Box Theatre, New York University, New York, NY.

November 27, 6:00 PM. Haikus. Magdalena Niedbała,, soprano; Virginia Alcarria de la Fuente, marimba. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz), Gdansk, Poland.

November 23, 12:00 PM. Anaktoria (Four Songs on Poems by Sappho). Jaqueline Woodley, soprano; Peter Stoll, clarinet; Alex Toskov, viola; Samuel Bisson, cello; Narmina Afandiyeva, piano, under the direction of Norbert Palej. "DAWN: A collaborative project dedicated to the Oneness of Humankind." Meridian Arts Centre (formerlyToronto Centre for the Arts). 5040 Yonge Street, North York, ON.

November 21, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Hyeji Bak, marimba. Finalist [winning] recital at the Geneva International Music Competition. Victoria Hall, Geneva, Switzerland.

November 15, 7:30 PM. Atonement. Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Jean Saulnier, piano. ArtSpring Theatre, Salt Spring Island, BC.

November 15. Fertility Rites. Nick Fox, marimba. Bryan Recital Hall, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, KY.

November 06, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Irina Radelescu, marimba. The Garden of Delights. Classroom of the Union of Composers and Musicologists of Romania - Cantacuzino Palace.

November 05. Through A Glass Darkly. William Hobbs, piano. Consulate General of Greece, 69 East 79th Street, New York, NY.

November 03, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Elixir Ensemble: Oxana Ossptchouk, violin; Scott McKnight, cello; Kathleen Solose, piano. Emmanuels Anglican Church, 609 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon, SK.

November 02, 8:30 PM. Face To Face. World Premiere. Konstantinos Valianatos, piano. Paul Hall (Julliard School of Music) Lincoln Center, New York, NY.

November 02, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Carlota Caceres, marimba. Teatro Cavallerizza, Vuiale Antonio Allegri, Reggio Emilia RE, Italy.

November 01, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

November 01, 7:00 PM. Face To Face. Konstantinos Valianatos, piano (preview performance). PepsiCo Recital Hall. School of Music. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX.

October 30, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 29, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 27, 4:00 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 24, 6:00 PM. Euivoque . Elżbieta Rosińska, accordion. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 24, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Marek Czajka, marimba. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 24, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Pablo Mor Lillo, marimba. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 24, 6:00 PM. Phosphorus. Vito Mužević. Marimba. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 24, 6:00 PM. Haikus. Magdalena Magdalena Niedbała, soprano; Virginia Alcarria de la Fuente, marimba. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 24, 6:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Piotr Słopecki, piano. Concert of music by Christos Hatzis. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 22, 1:00 PM. The Sound of the Other: The Music of Diversity and Its Message to a World of Intolerance. Christos Hatzis lecture. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

October 21, 7:00 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 20, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 19, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. “Bev & Marc” Debut Atlantic Tour.

October 15, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. 47th International Cervantino Festival. National Auditorium, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 12, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. State Auditorium, Guanajuato Convention Center, Guanajuato, Mexico.

October 11, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. State Auditorium, Guanajuato Convention Center, Guanajuato, Mexico.

October 10, 6:00 PM. Equivoque. Elżbieta Rosińska, accordion. Erasmus Days, 2019. Music Academy StanisÅ‚aw Moniuszko, Gdansk, Poland.

September 27, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Geistliche Musik. Stifskirche, Stuttgart, Germany.

September 11. Through A Glass Darkly. European premiere. Rosgard Lingardsson, piano. 4th Rhodes International Piano Forum and Rhodes Art International Music Festival. Capsis Hotel; Ixia; Rhodes, Greece.

August 24. Quantum Transitions. Trio Colores (percussion: Matthias Kessler, Luca Staffelbach and Fabian Ziegler). Kammermusiktage Bergkirche Büsingen, Switzerland.

August 24. Zeitgeist. The Microcosmos Quartet, the Echea Quartet and the Kessler Academy String Orchestrta. Music on the Main. Pyatta Hall (VSO School of Music), 843 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC.

August 17. Dystopia. Olga Rykov, violin. Symphony in The Barn. Glencolton Farms, Durham, ON.

August 04, 5:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Paul Ebert. marimba. St. Bartholomew’s Church Stadelschwarzach, 97357 Stadelschwarzach, Bavaria Germany.

July 25, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Art of Time Ensemble. "From Franz Schubert to Freddie Mercury." Torotno Summer Music Festival, Koerner Hall, Toronto. ON.

July 21, 3:00 PM. Odd World (Constantinople). Sonja Larson, violin; Michelle Schumann, cello; Austin Shakespeare, piano. "The Tempest" program, Bates Recital Hall 2406 Robert Dedman Dr. Austin TX.

July 20, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Vitor Castro, marimba. Museo de Alberto Sampaio. Guimarães Allegro, Festa Da Musica Erudita. Guimarães, Portugal.

July 12. Quantum Transitions. European Premiere. Trio Colores (percussion: Matthias Kessler, Luca Staffelbach and Fabian Ziegler). Festival La Cité Lausanne, Switzerland.

July 02, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 5 (The Transforming). World Premiere. The New Orford String Quartet (Jonathan Crow, violin; Andrew Wan, violin; Eric Nowlin, viola; Brian Manker, cello). 10th Anniversary Concert of NOSQ. Toronto Summer Music 2019 Festival. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON.

June 17. Through A Glass Darkly. Rosgard Lingardsson, piano. Auditório do Conservatório de Música do Porto; Porto, Portugal.

May 31, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Roter Saal Ismaning, (Munich) Germany.

May 04, 7:30 PM. I Am In Need of Music. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano. Part of a program by the Elektra Women's Choir called "I Am In Need of Music. Shaughnessy Heights United Church, 1550 W 33rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC.

May 03, 8:00 PM. Arabesque. Andrea Tyniec, violin; Sinfonia Toronto under the direction of Nurhan Arman. Masterpiece Series. Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto, ON.

April 28, 2:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Lynn Vartan, marimba. Civic Morning Musicals. Park Central Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, NY.

April 27, 7:30 PM. Departures. Sarah Yunji Moon, flute; Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Eric Paetkau. TCU Place, Sid Buckwold Theatre, Saskatoon, SK.

April 16, 7:30 PM. Dystopia. Olga Rykov, violin. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON.

April 13, 7:30 AM. Agnus Dei. World premiere. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; The Monday Morning Singers & the Uxbridge Chamber Choir. Beverley Johnston, bass drum. Aaron Tsang, electronics. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 59 Toronto St. S., Uxbridge, ON.

April 07, 4:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Vitor Castro, marimba. Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Av.de Berna,45, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal.

April 06, 10 AM to 6:30 PM . From Roots to Branches: The roles of Tradition, Spirituality and the Other in my Music. Hatzis's keynote speech at the 3rd HCAAO (Hellenic Canadian Academic Association of Ontario) Symposium. Robert Gill Theatre, 3rd Floor, Koffler Student Services Centre 214 College Street, Toronto ON.

April 02, 7:30 PM. Mirage?. Beverley Johnston, marimba. London Symphonia under the direction of Simone Luti. Talbot Street Church, London, ON.

March 23, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Qiuchen Wang, marimba. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

March 23, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Eri Isomura, marimba. "10th Wave: Transcending Conflict" concert. Schmitt Music Store, Brooklin Center, MN.

March 21, 7:00 PM. Odd World (Constantinople). Architek Percussion. Marimba Plus concert. Maison de la Culture. Frontenac, Quebec.

March 08, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Patricia Ryan, cello; Bjorn Grina-Shay, marimba. Gustavus Adolphus College, Bjorling Recital Hall, 800 West College Avenue, St. Peter MN.

March 02, 1:00 PM. The music of Christos Hatzis for accordion. Christos Hatzis presentation to the aMuz accordion students. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

March 01, 1:30 AM. The Music of Norbert Palej. Christos Hatzis presentation to the aMuz composition students. Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanislawa Moniuski (aMuz) in Gdansk, Poland.

February 17, 3:30 PM. Old Photographs. West Coast Chamber Music. Three Centuries concert. Unitarian Church of Vancouver, 949 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver BC.

February 16, 7:30 PM. Winter Solstice. Damian Rivers-Moore, French horn. Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Paul Haas. House Singature Concert 1, 321 Hilldale Road, Thunder Bay, ON.

February 15. Fertility Rites. Victor Castro, marimba. Co-winner of Marimba Festiva Competition 2018. Bamberg, Germany.

February 09, 9:15 PM. Old Photographs. Konstantinos Destounis, piano; Olga Holdorff-Myriagou, violin; Maria Anisegou, viola. Homerian Cultural Center; "Winter in Chios". Chios, Greece.

February 05, 9:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). L'Anima String Quartet (Stella Tsani, violin; Brunilda-Eugenia Malo, violin; Ilias Sdoukos, viola; Lefki Kolovou, cello). Old Greek Parliament Building, Spyridon Square, Nafplion, Greece.

February 02, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Élan Trio (Frederic-Alexandre Michaud, violin; Eliana Zimmerman, cello; Ylan Chu, piano. L' Oasis Musicale, Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal Quebec.

January 27, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Élan Trio (Frederic-Alexandre Michaud, violin; Eliana Zimmerman, cello; Ylan Chu, piano.). A Crossroads of Reminiscence; Glebe-St. James United Church, 650 Lyon St. S. Ottawa, ON.

January 19, 7:30 PM. Odd World (Constantinople). Schumann Chamber Players (Sonja Larson, violin; Nora Karakousoglou, cello; Michelle Schumann, piano). "It's All Greek to Me" program. Presented by the Austin Chamber Music Center. First Unitarian Church. Austin, Texas.

January 18, 7:30 PM. Odd World (Constantinople). Schumann Chamber Players (Sonja Larson, violin; Nora Karakousoglou, cello; Michelle Schumann, piano). "It's All Greek to Me" program. Presented by the Austin Chamber Music Center. First Unitarian Church. Austin, Texas.

January 09, 7:30 PM. Extreme Unction. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Dinuk Wijeratne. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhausie Centre for the Performing Arts, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

January 09, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Colin Williams, marimba. School of Music East Carolina University. Greenville, NC.

January 09, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. aMuz! Aula Koncertowa w budynku czerwonym, Academy of Music, Gdańsk , 80-743 Poland.

2018

December 23, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Anita Duzevic Oliva, violin; Olena Kilchyk, cello; Charles Foreman, piano. Vanishing Empires. Mountain View International Festival of Song & Chamber Music. Southern Alberta Pioneers Memorial Building, 3625—4 Street SW, Calgary, AB, Canada.

December 23, 2:00 PM. "Convergence: The Zeitgeist of 21st Century Music.". Composition Masterclass. National Theatre of Northern Greece. Thessaloniki, Greece.

December 22, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Anita Duzevic Oliva, violin; Olena Kilchyk, cello; Charles Foreman, piano. Vanishing Empires. Mountain View International Festival of Song & Chamber Music. Southern Alberta Pioneers Memorial Building, 3625—4 Street SW, Calgary, AB, Canada.

December 22, 6:00 PM. "Music and Spirituality" (Public lecture). Part of the 4-guest lecture series "Greeks in the World" hosted by the National Theatre of Northern Greece. The Royal Theatre, Thessaloniki, Greece.

December 06, 7:00 PM. Solem. Dance, choreographed by Yamila Guillermo and Gaston Exequiel Sanchez. Partly danced on Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Centro Cultural Paco Urondo, 25 de Mayo 201, C1002ABE CABA, Argentina.

December 05, 7:30 PM. Serenity (from Departures). Susan Hoeppner, flute; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Scott Yoo. Westminster United Church, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

December 03, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Maddy Dethloff, marimba. Steve and Judy Turner Recital hall. 2400 Blakemore Avenue. Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN, USA.

November 30, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Eri Isomura, marimba. "10th Wave: Transcending Conflict" concert. Roosevelt High School 4029 28th Ave S. Minneapolis, MN, USA.

November 27, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Wang, marimba. University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble concert. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 24, 8:00 PM. Haikus. World premiere. On poetry in Basque by Tzaro Etxebarria Clemente. Nora Franco Madariaga, soprano; Conrado Moya Sanchez, marimba. Atrium of the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain.

November 24, 7:30 PM. Ecstasy. Sarah Slean, alto. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Halifax, NS, Canada.

November 24, 7:30 PM. Nothing but the Light. An orchestral rethinking of a song by Sarah Lean merged with excerpts from the last song of "Das Lied von der Erde" by Gustav Mahler. Sarah Slean, alto. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Halifax, NS, Canada.

November 23, 7:30 PM. Ecstasy. co-World premiere. Sarah Slean, alto. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Halifax, NS, Canada.

November 23, 7:30 PM. Nothing but the Light. World premiere. An orchestral rethinking of a song by Sarah Lean merged with excerpts from the last song of "Das Lied von der Erde" by Gustav Mahler. Sarah Slean, alto. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Halifax, NS, Canada.

November 23. Old Photographs. Old Photographs. Kapten Trio (Kristi Kapten, piano, Rachel Spencer, violin, Duncan Strachan, cello) tour of Scotland. Deeside Theatre, Aboyne, Scotland.

November 22. Old Photographs. Old Photographs. Kapten Trio (Kristi Kapten, piano, Rachel Spencer, violin, Duncan Strachan, cello) tour of Scotland. Inverness Town House, Inverness, Scotland.

November 18. Old Photographs. Old Photographs. Kapten Trio (Kristi Kapten, piano, Rachel Spencer, violin, Duncan Strachan, cello) tour of Scotland. St. John's Cathedral. Oban, Scotland.

November 17. Old Photographs. Old Photographs. Kapten Trio (Kristi Kapten, piano, Rachel Spencer, violin, Duncan Strachan, cello) tour of Scotland. Ardrishaig Public Hall, Ardrishaig, Scotland.

November 14. Old Photographs. Old Photographs. Kapten Trio (Kristi Kapten, piano, Rachel Spencer, violin, Duncan Strachan, cello) tour of Scotland. Fingal Centre, Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

November 13, 6:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Rodrigo Oliveira, marimba. Auditório do Colégio Mateus d’Aranda. Escola de Artes da Universidade de Évora. Évora, Portugal.

November 11. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Thailand Marimba Festival II. Sala Sudasiri Sobha, Bangkok, Thailand.

November 09, 7:30 PM. Thunder Drum. Thunder Drum. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Trinity-St. Stephen's United Church, Amherst, NS, Canada.

November 08, 7:30 PM. Thunder Drum. co-World premiere. Thunder Drum. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Berhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Halifax, NS.

November 04, 11:30 AM. Fertility Rites. Laura Trompetter, marimba. Pakhuizen of the muZEEum, Vlissingen, The Netherlands.

November 03, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Edmonton Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jayce Ogren. Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

November 02, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Luanne Warner Katz, marimba. Studio 2 @N.W.E.W., 810 SE Belmont, Portland, Oregon, USA.

November 01, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Luanne Warner Katz, marimba. Studio 2 @N.W.E.W., 810 SE Belmont, Portland, Oregon, USA.

November 01, 10:00 PM. Night Sky. Premiere of "Night Sky" (middle movement of Vignettes) for violin and marimba. Mark Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. BEV@60 anniversary concert. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada.

October 21, 2:00 PM. Nadir. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Steven Dann, viola. Mazoleni Concert Hall, The Royal Conservatory, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 17, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Morris Palter, marimba. Faculty Artist Series Recital. Crowder Hall, Fred Fox School of Music, University of Arizona. 1017 N Olive Rd, Tucson, AZ, USA.

October 14, 7:30 PM. Thunder Drum. Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Rose Thomson. Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre, 3800 - 33rd Street, Vernon, BC, Canada.

October 13, 7:00 PM. Thunder Drum. Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Rose Thomson. The Kelowna Community Theatre, 1375 Ellis St, Kelowna BC, Canada.

October 12, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. Jonathan Crow, violin; Joseph Johnson, cello; Philip Chiu, piano. T.S.O. Chamber Soloists concert. Brockville Arts Centre, 235 King Street West, Brockville, ON, Canada.

October 06, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Kreuzkirche Stuttgart - Hedelfingen, Germany.

October 05, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 4 (The Suffering). World premiere. The Penderecki String Quartet (Jeremy Bell, violin; Jerzy Kaplanek, violin; Christine Vlajk, viola; Katie Schlaikjer, cello). Numus Concerts. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, Waterloo, ON, Canada.

October 05. String Quartet No. 4 (The Suffering). The Penderecki String Quartet (Jeremy Bell, violin; Jerzy Kaplanek, violin; Christine Vlajk, viola; Katie Schlaikjer, cello). Quartetti festival of string quartets. Annex, 823 Seymour Street, 2nd floor. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

September 27, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Chen,Yen-Chen, marimba. Eslite Performance Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.

August 05, 11:00 AM. Vignettes. World premiere. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. CAMMAC Music Centre, 85 Chemin Cammac, Harrington, Quebec, Canada.

August 03, 9:00 PM. Old Photographs. Konstantinos Destounis, piano; Olga Holdorff-Myriagou, violin; Maria Anisegou, cello. "Old Photographs" concert. Chios International Music Festival. Chios, Greece.

August 03, 9:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Keung Hoi Tong, marimba. Recital Hall, Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong, China.

July 06, 7:30 PM. Vignettes. World premiere. Marc Djokic, violin; Beverley Johnston, marimba. Marc & Bev duo concert. Music and Beyond Festival. Dominion-Chalmers United Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

July 04, 4:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Konrad Anger Hofer, marimba. Telegraph, Dittrichring 18-20, Hochschule fur Music Und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn," Leipzig, Germany.

June 28, 2:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Mika Takehara, marimba. 14 Katajjak recital. Apelrydsladan. Båstad Chamber Music Festival, Båstad , Sweden.

June 28. Three Songs on Poems by Sappho. Alison Bolshoi, mezzo; Yoonah Kim, clarinet; Bellas Hristova, violin; Dimitri Murrath, viola; Dimitri Atapine, cello; William Hobbs, piano. Thessaly Chamber Music Festival 2018. Ancient Theater of Demetrias, Volos, Greece.

June 27, 1:30 PM. "Paper presentation". Paper presentation by Kristi Hardman (City University of New York): "Moving Beyond Cultural Appropriation: Reconciliation in the Finale of Christos Hatzis' Going Home Star (2014)." AAWM Conference. School of Music Studies, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece.

June 17. Old Photographs. Bellas Hristova, violin; Dimitri Atapine, cello; Lowell Lieberman, piano. Thessaly Chamber Music Festival 2018. Ancient Theater of Larissa, Larissa, Greece.

June 16, 2:00 PM. Nadir. Veronica Salinas Lopez, viola; Elizabeth Janzen, flute. Lecture/recital at the 2018 American Viola Society Festival. Mayman Hall, The Colburn School; Los Angeles, CA, USA.

June 13, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Marta Rodriquez, marimba. Escola de Altos Estudos Musicais (EAEM). Auditorim. Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain.

June 11. Arctic Dreams. FlowStick (Kalina Majewska, flute; Magdalena Myrczik, vibraphone. Auditorio de la Diputacion de Alicante, Alicante, Spain.

June 06, 4:30 PM. "The sound of the Other.". Lecture/Presentation by Christos Hatzis of his recent music. Jerusalem Academy of Music. Jerusalem, Israel.

June 01. Winter Solstice. Kostas Siskos, French horn; The Camerata Orchestra of Athens under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall, Megaron Moussikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

June 01, 9:00 PM. Winter Solstice. Kostas Siskos, French horn; Athens State Orchestra under the direction of Myron Michailidis. Concert "Attitudes Towards Light" presented in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada in Greece. Christos Lambrakis Hall, Megaron (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

May 31, 7:00 PM. "The sound of the Other.". Lecture/Presentation by Christos Hatzis of his recent music. Lilia Voudouris Music Library, Megaron (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

May 27, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Pau Montané, marimba. Percussion and Electronics program. Eduard Toldrà Auditorium, Vilanova i la Geltrú, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

May 22, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Lynn Vartan, marimba. "Shared Spaces"—SOU Percussion Ensembles Spring Concert. South Oregon University Music Recital Hall, Ashland, OR, USA.

May 22, 4:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Marimba One Factory, Arcata, CA, USA.

May 17, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Riverside Church (Christ Chapel), Manhattan, NY, USA.

May 17, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Kaplan Playhouse, Lincoln Center, Manhattan, NY, USA.

May 16, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. ShapeShifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY, USA.

May 15, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. St. Lukes Church (Auditorium), Brentwood NY, USA.

May 14, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. MISE_EN_PLACE Bushwick, Brooklyn NY, USA.

May 06, 5:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Stifung / Fondation Ehiebaud-Frey. Centre culturel La Prairie, Elizabeth Aellen, Mariweb 11, Bellmund, Bern, Switzerland.

May 04, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara String Quartet. Concert in connection with the 2018 Eckhardt-Grammatte Competition. Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University, Brandon, MB, Canada.

April 27, 4:00 PM. Departures. Eftihia Victoria Arkoudis, flute; Serenity String Orchestra under the direction of Andre Januario. Bloch Learning and Performance Hall; Creative Arts Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA.

April 14, 7:00 PM. Departures. Alheli Pimienta, flute; Toronto Latin American Flute Festival Orchestra under the direction of Claudio Tarris. East Common Room, Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 12, 7:30 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Music Gallery,. 918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 08, 7:00 PM. Parasol [Sarah Slean, arr. Christos Hatzis]. Sarah Slean, vocalist; Okanagan Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Rosemary Thomson. Vernon Performing Arts Centre, Vernon, BC, Canada.

April 07, 7:30 PM. Parasol [Sarah Slean, arr. Christos Hatzis]. Sarah Slean, vocalist; Okanagan Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Rosemary Thomson. Kelowna Community Theatre, Kelowna, BC, Canada.

April 05, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Brittany Baptista, marimba. Recital Hall, UTN College of Music. Denton, Texas, USA.

April 02, 7:30 PM. Departures. Rebecca Moranis, flute; Younggun Kim, piano. Victoria College Chapel, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 20, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict & Phosphorus. Beverley Johnston, marimba. . Wattenbarger Auditorium, Bryan Fine Arts Bulding, Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, TN, USA.

March 17, 7:30 PM. Zeitgeist. Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Gemma New. FirstOntario Concert Hall, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

March 07, 7:30 PM. Nocturno [from Modulations 1]. TorQ Percussion Quartet. Sarnia Concert Association, Imperial Theatre, Sarnia, ON.

March 03, 4:00 PM. Arctic Dreams. Amanda Lowry, flute; Brayden Krueger, vibraphone. Maureen Forrester Recital hall, John Aird Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.

March 02. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Forward Currents Festival. Mackenzie Art Gallery, 3475 Albert Street, Regina, SK, Canada.

February 25, 8:00 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Philharmonie Zuidnederland (South Netherlands Philharmonic) under the direction of Lucas Macias Navarro. Theater aan het Vrijhof, Maastricht. The Netherlands.

February 24, 8:15 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Philharmonie Zuidnederland (South Netherlands Philharmonic) under the direction of Lucas Macias Navarro. Musiekgebouw Eindhoven. DLL Main Hall, Eindhoven. The Netherlands.

February 11, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Bjorn Grina, marimba. Conflict / Perseverance concert. A project by Zeitgeist New Music. East Fourth Street, Suite 200, St. Paul, MN.

February 03, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Kulturraum St. Gereon Forchheim, Feuchtwangen, Germany.

January 24, 7:30 PM. Dystopia. Marc Djokic, violin. Tanya Schulich Hall, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

January 19, 7:00 PM. Nadir. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Teng Li, viola. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto; 80 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 13, 07:30 PM. Arctic Dreams. Sally Schlichting, flute; Morris Palter, percussion. Con Brio: Chamber Series. Friends of the Alaska State Library, Archives, and Museum. 395 Whittier Street, Juneau, Alaska.

January 12, 07:30 PM. Arctic Dreams. Sally Schlichting, flute; Morris Palter, percussion. Holly Trinity Episcopal Church, Juneau, Alaska, USA.

January 07, 2:30 PM. Arctic Dreams. Rachel Beetz, flute; Morris Palter, vibraphone. SoundON Voyages. Sand Diego New Music. The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, 1008 Wall St., La Jolla, CA.

January 06, 5:30 PM. Dystopia. Marc Djokic, violin. Kyoko Hassimoto residence, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2017

December 11, 4:00 PM. Fertility Rites. T-Hsien Lai, marimba. Mannheimer Schlagwerk : Classic Percussion in Concert. Abendakademie, Mannheim, Germany.

December 10, 3:00 PM. Coming To. Veronique Mathieu, violin; Stephanie Chua, piano;. True North concert. Hart House, St. George Campus, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 10, 2:00 PM. Phosphorus. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Seicho-No-le, 662 Victoria Park Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 08, 12:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Robert Bullinga, marimba. ArtEZ Lunch Theater, Grote zaal, Deventer Schouwburg, Deventer, Netherlands.

December 01. Mirage? (CD release). Official CD release of Mirage?. featuring percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Anne Manson. The CD includes the title track, Mirage? for vibraphone, cloud gongs and string orchestra by Christos Hatzis.

November 27. Departures. Alheli Pimienta, solo flute; Orquesta Filarmonica de la UNAM (OFUNAM) under the direction of Claudio Tarris. (Concert in support of the earthquake victims of the 2017 Mexican earthquake). Aula Magna, Monterrey, Mexico.

November 24, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Neocles Nicolaides, viola; Marinos Tranoudakis, percussion; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Megaron Mousikis, Thessaloniki, Greece.

November 23. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . C.A.B.A. Belgrano, Argentina.

November 22. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Lomas de Zamora, Argentina.

November 21. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Flores, Argentina.

November 20. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . La Plata, Argentina.

November 19, 2:00 PM. Modulations 1 (CD launch). CD launch of Modulations by TorQ percussion quartet, which includes Hatzis' Modulations for two vibraphones and two marimbas. Gallery 345, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 18, 7:30 PM. Thunder Drum. Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Eric Paetkau. TCU Place, Sid Buckwold Theatre, Saskatoon, SK, Canada.

November 18, 5:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Rittersaal des Welfenschlos ses (Knight's Hall of the Guelph Palace). Hann, Münden, Germany.

November 18. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Mar del Plata, Argentina.

November 16. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Santa Fé , Argentina.

November 14. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Rosario, Argentina.

November 12. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Tucumán, Argentina.

November 11. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Tucumán, Argentina.

November 09. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Córdoba, Argentina.

November 08. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Performances of the ballet One and Others danced to Hatzis's String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). National Tour of Argentina . Córdoba, Argentina.

November 05, 3:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Sara Hahn, flute; Tim Borton, percussion. Green Bananas. Instrumental Society of Calgary. St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Calgary, AB, Canada.

October 21, 8:00 PM. Thunder Drum. Victoria Symphony under the direction of Bill Linwood. Part of the program "Tagaq Throat Singing.". Golden Performance Hall, Victoria, BC, Canada.

October 18, 12:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 11, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Théâtre du Cuivre. Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, Canada.

October 09, 2:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Salle multifonctionnelle - Conservatoire de musique de Val d'Or. Val d'Or, Quebec, Canada.

October 09, 2:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Salle multifonctionnelle - Conservatoire de musique de Val d'Or. Val d'Or, Quebec, Canada.

October 06, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Uri Mayer. MacMillan Theatre, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 05, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Theatre de poche. La Sarre, Quebec, Canada.

October 04, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Theatre des Eskers. Amos, Quebec, Canada.

October 03, 7:00 PM. Coming To. Emma Purslow, violin; Roelof Temmingh, piano. True North Sounds: A Canadian Celebration. Royal Ove-seas League. Park Place, St James's Street, London, UK.

October 02, 7:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The North: Soundscape of Canadian Music. 4th Wall Music. Capital Theatre, Windsor, ON, Canada.

September 30, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. Conrado Moya, marimba, Coral de Bilbao under the direction of Enrique Azurza. Commemoration event for the 80 years since the bombing of Guernica. Queen Sophia Museum, Madrid, Spain.

September 30, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Prescot, ON, Canada.

September 29, 5:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Ivana Bilic Marimba Week. Samobor, Croatia.

September 28, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. Conrado Moya, marimba, Coral de Bilbao under the direction of Enrique Azurza. Commemoration event for the 80 years since the bombing of Guernica. Atrium of Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain.

September 28, 6:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). (arr. by Architek Percussion). Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Marimba Plus—Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Maison des JMC, Montral, Quebec. Canada.

September 24. In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. Fabian Zeigler, marimba. Aula Sekundarschule Löhracke, Aadorf, Switzerland.

September 23. Tongues of fire & In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Zeigler, percussion; Wind Band Helvetia Rüti-Tanunder under the direction of Thomas Trachsel. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Highlights event. Concert Hall, University of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.

September 22. Extreme Unction. Official release of the CD To Dream of Silence by Jeff Reilly. The CD includes the premiere recording of Extreme Unction (In Memory of Gustav Ciamaga) by Hatzis.

September 17, 8:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Olympus Trio (Regi Papa, violin; Ben Capps, cello; Konstantinos Valianatos, piano). Le Petit Salon de Musique; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stonybrook, East Setauket, NY, USA.

September 07, 3:00 PM. Byzantium (Evangelismos). Jeanette Zyko, oboe. Faculty recital. Forbes Center for the Performing Arts, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA.

August 27, 3:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Amarok Ensemble (Brenna Hardy-Kavanagh, violin; Bryan Holt, cello; Lisa Tahara, piano). Venturing Hills Farm, 440 Chemin Cregheur, Luskville, Quebec, Canada.

August 26, 5:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Noe Rodrigo Gisbert, marimba. Uitmarkt. Grote Zaal, Muziekgebouw, Oosterdok, Netherlands.

August 20, 1:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio. Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival. Community Hall, 12956 Madeira Park Road, Madeira Park, BC, Canada.

August 19, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Regina, SK, Canada.

August 17, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Westminster United church, Humboldt, SK, Canada.

August 17, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Rubén Marcelo Jiménez, violin; Héctor Rodríguez, cello; Ulrike Kauenhowen, piano. Recital de Música de Cámar. Salón Auditorio de la Sinfónica Nacional. Teniente Coronel Ayala Velázquez 376 casi Capital Brizuela(Barrio Mariscal López - Asunción), Paraguay.

August 17, 5:00 PM. Dystopia. Marc Djokic, violin. Garage Concert 4.5. 5226 Clark, Montreal, Quebec, ON.

August 16. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Young Artists in Concert. Chämi Bar. Davos, Switzerland.

August 14, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Classical Revolution, Calgary. Koi Cafe, Calgary, AB, Canada.

August 13, 5:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Iva Ugrčić, flute; Garrett Mendelow, percussion. Sound Out Loud. The Union Terrace. Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

August 13. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Saint-Germain. Canadian Kaleidoscope. Rioux farm of the Parc national du Bic. Bic Islands, Quebec, Canada.

August 13, 11:00 AM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). House concert, Calgary, AB, Canada.

August 12, 11:00 AM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Market Square, Swift Current, SK, Canada.

August 12, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Red Roof Studio, Duchess, AB, Canada.

August 10, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) 1st Movement (Awakening). The Crimson String Quartet (Étienne Pemberton and Audrey Sproule, violins; Alvin Tran, viola; Alyssa Ramsay, cello). Woodboia Fundraiser at McMaster Manor, Woodrow, SK, Canada.

August 03, 1:00 PM. Dystopia. Marc Djokic, violin. Chamberfest. National Gallery of Canada. 280 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ON.

July 28. De Angelis. Soloists unknown; English Chamber Choir under the direction of Guy Protheroe. The Temple Church, 1 Inner Temple Lane, Temple, London, UK.

July 04, 7:30 PM. Phosphorus & In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Barachois Summer Music Festival, Barachois, NB, Canada.

July 01, 7:30 PM. Modulations 1. Filip Mercep and the three winners of the Bamberg Marimba Competition, mallets. Marimba Festiva2017. Gemeinschaftshaus, Nürnberg Langwasser, Glogauer str. 50, 90473 Nürnberg, Germany.

July 01, 7:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). Benoit Cormier - Violin; Pascale Gagnon - violin; Mary-Kathryn Stevens-Toffin - Viola; Blair Lofgren, cello. "Les Escapades Musicales de la Cité" festival. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 17 Boulevard René-Lévesque E, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

June 18, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Muse Ensemble (Terence Tam, violin; Laura Backstrom, cello; Lorraine Min, piano). EineKleine Summer Music. First Unitarian Church of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada.

June 16, 7:30 PM. Extreme Unction. World premiere. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; Thirteen Strings under the direction of Kevin Mallon. Dominion-Chalmers United Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

June 13, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Les Allt, flute; Beverley Johnston, marimba. Lark ensemble concert. Corkin Gallery, Distillery District, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 05. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. Netherlands Blazers Ensemble concert. Oranjewoud Festival. Rabobank Pavillion (Overtuin). Oranjewoud, The Netherlands.

June 02. The Isle is Full of Noises. National Symphony Orchestra of Greece, under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Athens Concert Hall, Athens Greece.

May 29, 7:30 PM. Modulations 1. Kaori Kamada & Coen Dijkstra, marimba; Kostas Argyropoulos & Maria Foubel, vibraphones. Percussion-House, Hochschule für Musik Detmold; Detmold, Germany.

May 27, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Leslie Newman, flute; TBA, vibraphone. The Furious Stomp. The Church of St. John the Evangelist, 320 Charlton Avenue W, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

May 26, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Evangelische Kirche Matzingen. Matzingen, Switzerland.

May 21, 7:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Jonathan Morgan, viola. Congruency concert series. Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology, 513 Garden St., Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

May 20, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Concert Hall. Warsaw, Poland.

May 20, 7:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Jonathan Morgan, viola. Congruency concert series. Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology, 513 Garden St., Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

May 19, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. European premiere. Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Concert Hall. Warsaw, Poland.

May 09, 8:00 PM. Tongues of fire, Modulations 1, and In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. European premiere of Nocturno from Modulations 1. Fabian Ziegler, Lukas Aebi, Matthias Kessler and Luca Staffelbach, mallets. In the Fire of Conflict, Fabian Zeigler, marimba. An all-Hatzis graduation concert by Fabian Ziegler. University of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.

May 08. Hatzis Workshop and Lecture. Workshop of Hatzis's music and talk by the composer, including performances by percussionist Fabian Zeigler of Fertility Rites. University of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.

May 06, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Jason Schirripa, marimba. Crane Music School, SUNY at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY, USA.

April 28. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Hochschule fur Musik, Trossingen, Germany.

April 27, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Diego Rubio, marimba. Teatro Principal, Calle San Vicente, Zamora, Spain.

April 27, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Group of percussion Conservatory of Music Juan Montes and contemporary dance group of the Professional Dance Conservatory of Lugo. Gustavo Freire Auditorium, Lugo, Spain.

April 26, 8:00 PM. Anaktoria (from Three Songs on Poems by Sappho). Angelica Cathariou, mezzo-soprano. Ensemble of Ionian Festival under the direction of Christos Kolovos. Athens Conservatoire, Athens, Greece.

April 25, 7:00 PM. Anaktoria (from Three Songs on Poems by Sappho). Anaktoria (from Three Songs on Poems by Sappho). Cara Search, mezzo-soprano; Rachel Rice Norris, clarinet; Lauren Tyros, viola; Jake Klinkenborg, cello; Jack Olszewski, piano. Redpath Hall, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

April 21, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Olympus Trio (Regi Papa, violin; Ben Capps, cello; Konstantinos Valianatos, piano). Friends of Chamber Music series. WCR Centre for the Arts, Deading, PA, USA.

April 19, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. DeLane Doyle, marimba. Mead Witter School of Music, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.

April 12, 8:00 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 02. Juno Award for GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. April 2. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation wins a Juno Award in the Classical Album (Large Ensemble) category. Christos Hatzis accepted the award on behalf of the Northern Cree and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Ottawa, ON, Canada.

March 30, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Nick Shumaker, marimba. Peterson Recital Hall, Lincoln Music Hall, South Dakota State University. Brookings, SD, USA.

March 24, 7:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. th'YARC Playhouse and Arts Centre, Yarmouth, NS, Canada.

March 22, 8:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople) (duplicate). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. Lawrence O'Brien Arts Centre, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, Canada.

March 16, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. Dr. Steel Recital Hall, UPEI, Charlottown, PEI, Canada.

March 15, 7:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. The Music Room Chamber Players Series. Halifax, NS, Canada.

March 13, 8:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. Rotary Arts Centre, Corner Brook, NL, Canada.

March 11, 8:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. Antigonish Performing Arts Series. Immaculata Hall, St. FX, Antigonish, NS, Canada.

March 10, 7:30 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Originally for piano trio, arranged for mallet quartet by Architek Percussion. Architek Percussion (Ben Reimer, Mark Morton, Ben Duinker, Alessandro Valiante). Debut Atlantic Tour. Moncton Community Concert Association. The First Church of the Nazarene, Moncton, NB, Canada.

March 04. The Isle is Full of Noises. Naples Philharmonic under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Artis—Naples, Naples, Florida, USA.

March 03, 5:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Aula Sekundarschule Löhracker,. Aadorf, Switzerland.

March 01, 1:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio. Classical Nominees' Showcase, JunoFest 2017. Dominion-Chalmers United Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

February 17, 8:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Koerner Piano Trio (Nicholas Wright, violin; Joseph Elworthy, cello; and Amanda Chan, piano). Main Hall, West Vancouver Memorial Library, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

February 17, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. Art of Time Ensemble. Part of NORTHERN SONGS: A Festival of Canadian Music. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. ON, Canada.

February 15, 7:00 PM. Atonement. Norm Adams, cello; Barbara Pritchard, piano. Chamber Players Series. The Music Room. Halifax, NS, Canada.

February 12, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Trebelle Piano Trio Jennifer Dunn, violin; Robyn Wells, piano; Heidi Nagel, cello). Eagle United Methodist Church, Eagle, Idaho, USA.

February 11, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Magda Myrczik, marimba. Concert Hall; The Karol Lipiński Academy of Music, Wroclaw, Poland.

February 09, 12:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Mario Boivin, marimba. Journees des sciences humaines, A la croisee des disciplines,. Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Sherbrooke University, Sherbrooke, Quebec.

February 07, 8:15 PM. Fertility Rites. Noè Rodrigo Gisbert, marimba. Junventudes Musicales de Espana. El Albéitar. León, Spain.

February 05, 8:15 PM. Fertility Rites. Noè Rodrigo Gisbert, marimba. Junventudes Musicales de Espana. Centre Cultural Palau de Vivel, Vall de Uxó, Castellón, Spain.

February 04, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Trebelle Piano Trio Jennifer Dunn, violin; Robyn Wells, piano; Heidi Nagel, cello). Jewett Auditorium, College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho, USA.

February 03, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Trebelle Piano Trio Jennifer Dunn, violin; Robyn Wells, piano; Heidi Nagel, cello). Esther Simplot Performing Arts Academy, Boise, Idaho, USA.

January 29, 2:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Voices of Canada program. Government House. Regina, SK, Canada.

January 28, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Voices of Canada program. Government House. Regina, SK, Canada.

January 28, 7:00 PM. SYN-PHONIA (Migration Patterns) [GAIA]. World premiere. World premiere performance of SYN-PHONIA (Migration Patterns) [later renamed GAIA ], for Arabic vocalist, Inuit throat singer, large orchestra, SurroundSound audio, Virtual Reality and 3D action painting. Maryem Hassan Tollar, Arabic vocalist; Tiffany Ayalik, Inuit throat singer; the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Mickelthwate. Virtual Reality: Khaled Sharif and Project Whitecard; Robert Pasternak, action painting. Opening concert of the 2017 Winnipeg New Music Festival. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

January 28, 7:00 PM. SYN-PHONIA (Migration Patterns) (renamed "GAIA"). World premiere. Maryem Hassan Tollar, Arabic vocalist; Tiffany Ayalik, Inuit throat singer; the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Mickelthwate. Opening concert of the 2017 Winnipeg New Music Festival. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

January 22, 2:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Saint-Germain. Marie Côté, artist. (Hatzis atended the performance and participate in a post-concert talk with the artists and audience. audience via Skype). Musée régional de Rimouski, 35, rue Saint-Germain O., Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.

January 20, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. (3rd movement). Noé Rodrigo, marimba. Theatre of the Station. Conservatory of Music at Aragon, Zaragoza, Spain.

January 20, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Saint-Germain. Musée régional de Rimouski, 35, rue Saint-Germain O., Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.

January 20, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Member of the FlamaDUO (Luis Camacho Montelegre & Frnacesco Mazzoleni), marimba. One Vibe concert. 14th International Percussion Week. Bjelovar, Croatia.

January 20, 7:30 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Leslie Fagan, soprano. Sinfonia London (the former Orchestra London) under the direction of Kevin Mallon. Metropolitan United Church. London, Ontario, Canada.

January 09, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" Profile ERT Radio. January 9 to 14, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the second time in a six month period that Hatzis was featured on Greek National Radio as the "Composer of the Week". ΕΡΤ Τρίτο Πρόγραμμα.

January 08. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 07. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 06. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 05. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 04. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 03. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 02. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

January 01. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

2016

December 31. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

December 30. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

December 29. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

December 28. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

December 27. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain.

December 20. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain.

December 19. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain.

December 18. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain.

December 17. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain.

December 16. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain.

December 10, 6:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nelson Socha Bonilla, marimba. Cine-Theatre Joao d'Oliva Monteiro. Alcobaca, Portugal.

November 26. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Fundación Cultural Coliseum. Teatro Coliseo; Buenos Aires, Argentina.

November 25. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Fundación Cultural Coliseum. Teatro Coliseo; Buenos Aires, Argentina.

November 19. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Protestant Church Matzingen, Switzerland.

November 19. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Auditorio Juan Bautista Gutierrez. Guatemala.

November 18. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). International tour performances of the ballet dance work One and Others based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturnos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Auditorio Juan Bautista Gutierrez. Guatemala.

November 11. In the Fire of Conflict. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Recital ZHdK, University of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.

November 08, 7:30 PM. Zeitgeist. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ann Manson. Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Str., Winnipeg MB, Canada.

October 29, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Rolston Performance Hall, Banff Centre for the Performing Arts. Banff, AB, Canada.

October 28, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Quatuor Molinari (Olga Ranzenhofer, violin; Frederic Bednarz, violin; Frederic Lambert, viola; Pierre-Alain Bouvrette, cello.). Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, Montréal, 4750, avenue Henri-Julien, Montréal, Québec, Canada.

October 27, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. Richmond Hill, ON, Canada.

October 20, 8:00 PM. Thunder Drum. World premiere. World premiere of Thunder Drum. Season opening concert (Masterworks series). Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Arthur Post. Thunder Bay Community Auditorium. Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.

October 20, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria.

October 09, 6:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. Fabian Ziegler, marimba. Freudenfels Castle, Eschenz, Switzerland.

October 08, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. European premiere. Katarzyna Mycka, marimba. Sommersaal Schloss Stetten, Kernen-Stetten, Germany.

October 07, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Ruby Trio (Terri Croft, violin; Amahl Arulnandam, cello; Alex Seredenko, piano). Gallery 345. Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 07, 7:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Rathaus Essen-Heisingen, Germany.

October 07. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, vibraphone and cloud gongs. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ann Manson. St. Jude's Church; 160 William Street, Oakville, ON, Canada.

October 06. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, vibraphone and cloud gongs. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ann Manson. Maureen Forrester Auditorium, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, Canada.

October 05. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, vibraphone and cloud gongs. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ann Manson. o October 5. Arte Musica Foundation, Bourgie Hall, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

October 02, 7:30 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Akkordeonherbst Festival, Gelsenkirchen-Buer, Germany.

September 30, 7:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. St. Johannes Kirche, Dinslaken, Germany.

September 27, 4:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Sara Hahn, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Chamber Music Studio, Banff Centre for the Performing Arts. Banff, AB, Canada.

September 01, 5:30 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Jonathan Morgan, viola. Part of the inaugural Summer Music Festival of the University of California at Santa Barbara. Old Little Theatre, College of Creative Studies, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

August 07. Hatzis Lecture & performances. Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston were guest artists at the 5th Annual TORQ Percussion Seminar, part of Stratford Summer Music 2016. Stratford, ON. Hatzis gave a lecture "Composing for Percussion" at the Wilfrid Laurier University at Stratford on August 5, and students performed Quantum Transitions and Crystallization from Modulations 1 on August 7. Stratford, ON, Canada.

August 06. Hatzis Lecture & performances. Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston were guest artists at the 5th Annual TORQ Percussion Seminar, part of Stratford Summer Music 2016. Stratford, ON. Hatzis gave a lecture "Composing for Percussion" at the Wilfrid Laurier University at Stratford on August 5, and students performed Quantum Transitions and Crystallization from Modulations 1 on August 7. Stratford, ON, Canada.

August 05. Hatzis Lecture & performances. Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston were guest artists at the 5th Annual TORQ Percussion Seminar, part of Stratford Summer Music 2016. Stratford, ON. Hatzis gave a lecture "Composing for Percussion" at the Wilfrid Laurier University at Stratford on August 5, and students performed Quantum Transitions and Crystallization from Modulations 1 on August 7. Stratford, ON, Canada.

August 04. Hatzis Lecture & performances. Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston were guest artists at the 5th Annual TORQ Percussion Seminar, part of Stratford Summer Music 2016. Stratford, ON. Hatzis gave a lecture "Composing for Percussion" at the Wilfrid Laurier University at Stratford on August 5, and students performed Quantum Transitions and Crystallization from Modulations 1 on August 7. Stratford, ON, Canada.

August 03. Hatzis Lecture & performances. Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston were guest artists at the 5th Annual TORQ Percussion Seminar, part of Stratford Summer Music 2016. Stratford, ON. Hatzis gave a lecture "Composing for Percussion" at the Wilfrid Laurier University at Stratford on August 5, and students performed Quantum Transitions and Crystallization from Modulations 1 on August 7. Stratford, ON, Canada.

August 02, 78:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. École Secondaire Publique De La Salle. Part of the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival 2016. Ottawa, ON, Canada.

July 23, 10:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Manuel Campos, marimba. Cine-Theatre Joao d'Oliva Monteiro. Alcobaca, Portugal.

July 15, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" ERT profile. July 11 - 15, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the most comprehensive presentation of Hatzis's compositional opus in Greece to date.

July 14, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" ERT profile. July 11 - 15, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the most comprehensive presentation of Hatzis's compositional opus in Greece to date.

July 13, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" ERT profile. July 11 - 15, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the most comprehensive presentation of Hatzis's compositional opus in Greece to date.

July 12, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" ERT profile. July 11 - 15, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the most comprehensive presentation of Hatzis's compositional opus in Greece to date.

July 11, 12:00 PM. Hatzis "Composer of the Week" ERT profile. July 11 - 15, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. This was the most comprehensive presentation of Hatzis's compositional opus in Greece to date.

July 11, 12:00 PM. Christos Hatzis Profile. ERT Jan. 9-14 (12-1 PM & 12-1 AM). July 11 - 15, 20216, 12 pm (repeated 12 am). Christos Hatzis was featured as "Composer of the Week" in five one-hour-long radio shows dedicated entirely to his music, a different one each day, airing at noon and repeating at midnight on ERT-Trito Radio, the national Greek broadcasting network. Produced and hosted by Markos Moissidis. Greek National Radio (Trito).

July 07, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

July 02, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 26, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 25, 9:00 PM. Anaktoria (from Three Songs on Poems by Sappho). Angelica Cathariou, mezzo-soprano. Ensemble of Ionian Festival under the direction of Christos Kolovos. Ionian Academy, Corfu, Greece.

June 25, 7:00 PM. Atonement. Rachel Mercer, cello; Angela Park, piano. Part of Mossy Gatherings series. Harmony Centre, Owen Sound, ON., Canada.

June 25, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 23, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 21, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 19, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 19, 2:00 PM. Truth, Dance, and Reconciliation. World premiere. World premiere of the television documentary Truth, Dance & Reconciliation based on the ballet GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. CBC Television. The documentary was created by Barbara Hager and produced by Arrow Productions Inc.

June 18, 6:00 PM. "Serenity" & "Anaphora". for flute and string orchestra; Ellie Falaris, flute; Natalia Pardalis, piano. from . Greek Chamber Music Project. Hellenic Community of Vancouver, 4500 Arbutus Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

June 17, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 16. HARMONIA. 2016 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival. Abrons Arts Centre, New York City, NY, USA.

June 15, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

June 10, 7:00 PM. Salome (Fertility Rites et al.). World premiere. Premiere and run of the ballet Salome by Demis Volpe, partly based on Hatzis' Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba) and on music by John Adams, Vladimir Martynov, Tracy Silverman and Philippe Ohl. Stuttgart Ballet. Opernhous, Stuttgart, Germany.

May 22, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). World premiere. The Afiara Quartet. Part of the 21C New Music Festival. Koerner Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 21, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio. Lunenburg Academy of Music. Lunenburg, NS, Canada.

May 19. Coming To. Veronique Mathieu, violin. Pham Quuynh Tang, piano. Viet Nam National Academy of Music. Ha Noi, Vietnam.

May 14. Lamento. Sarah Slean, vocalist; the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Eric Paetkau. Sid Buckwold Theatre, TCU Place, Saskatoon, SK, Canada.

May 14, 7:00 PM. Sepulcher of Life. Soloists unknown, Mount Royal Kantorei, Mount Royal Artio Cum Vino Cantus; The Calgary Youth Orchestra under the direction of Edmond Agopian. Bella Concert Hall, Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts, Calgary, AB, Canada.

May 03. HARMONIA. A multimedia presentation. Part of the "Sounds of Science" event. MacMillan Theatre, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 16, 1:00 PM. Old Photographs. Christopher Wilkinson, violin; Shimon Walt, cello; Simon Docking, piano. Highland Arts Theatre. ECMA Classical Showcase presented by the Canadian Music Centre. Sydney, NS, Canada.

April 13, 4:30 PM. Old Photographs. Steve Sang Koh, violin; Evan Lamberton, cello; Amy Seulky Lee, piano. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 09. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

April 08. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

April 07. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

April 05. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Royal Theatre, Victoria, BC, Canada.

April 04. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Royal Theatre, Victoria, BC, Canada.

April 02. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Royal Theatre, Victoria, BC, Canada.

April 01. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Royal Theatre, Victoria, BC, Canada.

March 31. Ecstasy. World premiere. Sarah Slean, vocalist; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Artur Post. Thunder Bay Community Auditorium. Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.

March 30. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Kelowna Community Theatre, Kelowna, BC, Canada.

March 29. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Kelowna Community Theatre, Kelowna, BC, Canada.

March 26. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. The Banff Centre, Banff, AB, Canada.

March 23, 7:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). th'Yarc Playhouse and Arts Centre, Yarmouth, NS, Canada.

March 22. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Conexus Arts Centre. Regina, SK, Canada.

March 21. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Centennial Centre. Brandon. MB, Canada.

March 20, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). Immaculata Hall, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS, Canada.

March 19, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). Atlantic Festival Theatre. Wolfville, NS , Canada.

March 18, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). The First Church of the Nazarene, Moncton, NB, Canada.

March 17, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). Studio 1 - Confederation Centre for the Arts. Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.

March 14, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). Lawrence O'Brian Arts Centre, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, Canada.

March 13, 7:00 PM. Arabesque. Emmy Storms, violin; Cynthia Liem, piano; Strijkorkest De Haagse Beek under the direction of Yiorgo Moutsiaras. Prinsenhof, (Van der Mandelezaal). Sint Agathaplein 1, 2611 HR, Delft, The Netherlands.

March 12, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Tour of eastern Canada (Debut Atlantic). Paul's Hall, Glen Haven, NS, Canada.

March 06, 3:00 PM. Arabesque. Emmy Storms, violin; Cynthia Liem, piano; Strijkorkest De Haagse Beek under the direction of Yiorgo Moutsiaras. Theater De Nieuwe Regentes. Weimarstraat 63, 2562 GR, The Hague, The Netherlands.

February 05. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. Sony Centre. Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 04. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. The Burlington Performing Arts Centre. Burlington, ON, Canada.

February 02. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. The Burlington Performing Arts Centre. Burlington, ON, Canada.

January 30, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the National Arts Centre Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

January 29, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the National Arts Centre Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

January 28, 8:00 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the National Arts Centre Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

2015

December 19, 7:00 PM. Modulations 1 & In the Fire of Conflict. Percussion ensemble of the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover under the direction of Andreas Böttger. Aula der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.

December 16, 8:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Derek Charkie, flute; Victoria Sparks, percussion; Groundswell. Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd., Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada.

December 07, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Faculty Artists Concert featuring Beverley Johnston, Christos Hatzis and friends. Other Hatzis works on the program: Canadian premiere of and performance of Parlor Music (Peter Stoll, clarinet, Beverley Johnston, vibraphone, Rachel Mercer, cello, Angela Park, piano.). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 07, 7:30 PM. Atonement. Rachel Mercer, cello; Angela Park, piano. Faculty Artists Concert featuring Beverley Johnston, Christos Hatzis and friends. Other Hatzis works on the program: Canadian premiere of and World premiere of Parlor Music (Peter Stoll, clarinet, Beverley Johnston, vibraphone, Rachel Mercer, cello, Angela Park, piano.). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 07, 7:30 PM. Parlor Music. Peter Stoll, clarinet, Beverley Johnston, vibraphone, Rachel Mercer, cello, Angela Park, piano.Rachel Mercer, cello; Angela Park, piano. Faculty Artists Concert featuring Beverley Johnston, Christos Hatzis and friends. Other Hatzis works on the program: Phosphorus and In the Fire of Conflict (Beverley Johnston, marimba), and Arctic Dreams (Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone;). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 07, 7:30 PM. Phosphorus. Canadian premiere. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Faculty Artists Concert featuring Beverley Johnston, Christos Hatzis and friends. Other Hatzis works on the program: Canadian premiere of (Beverley Johnston, marimba); In the Fire of Conflict Parlor Music (Peter Stoll, clarinet, Beverley Johnston, vibraphone, Rachel Mercer, cello, Angela Park, piano.). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 07, 7:30 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Faculty Artists Concert featuring Beverley Johnston, Christos Hatzis and friends. Other Hatzis works on the program: Canadian premiere of (Beverley Johnston, marimba); Atonement Parlor Music (Peter Stoll, clarinet, Beverley Johnston, vibraphone, Rachel Mercer, cello, Angela Park, piano.). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 28, 7:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Ismaili Centre, 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 27, 7:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Ismaili Centre, 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 26, 7:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Ismaili Centre, 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 05, 7:00 PM. Odd World (from Constantinople). Olympus Piano Trio (Konstantine Valianatos, piano; Regi Papa, violin; Benjamin Capps, cello.). Merkin Concert Hall, New York, NY, USA.

November 01, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Atlantic String Quartet. D.F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University, St John's, NF, Canada.

October 18, 8:00 PM. Lamento. Sarah Slean, vocalist; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Arthur Post. Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.

October 18, 5:00 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Prince Edward Island Symphony under the direction of Mark Shapiro. Zion Presbyterian Church, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.

October 06. The Isle is Full of Noises. Eurasian premiere. Ural Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Dmitry Liss. Opening concert of the Eurasia International Music Festival. Yekaterinburg, Russia.

September 18. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, vibraphone and cloud gongs. Düsseldorf Chamber Orchestra. Düsseldorf, Germany.

August 23. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 22. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 21. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 20. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 19. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 18. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 17. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 16. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 15. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 14. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

August 13. One and Others ballet / String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). World premiere. Premiere and performances of new ballet dance work based on String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Demis Volpi, choreographer. Episodios Nocturonos Coreograficos. Ballet Nacional Sodre (National Ballet of Uruguay). Montevideo, Uruguay.

July 23, 7:00 PM. Phosphorus. World premiere. World premiere of . Beverley Johnston, marimba, in a concert of Hatzis' music for mallet instruments on July 23, 7:00 PM. Other Hatzis works on the program: In the Fire of Conflict Eternity's Heartbeat Fertility Rites, for marimba and tape (Jonas Krause, marimba.). University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

July 23, 7:00 PM. Eternity's Heartbeat. World premiere. A concert of Hatzis' music for mallet instruments on July 23, 7:00 PM. World premiere of Phosphorus In the Fire of Conflict Modulations 1 Fertility Rites, for marimba and tape (Jonas Krause, marimba.). University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

July 23, 7:00 PM. Modulations 1. European premiere of Phosphorus In the Fire of Conflict Eternity's Heartbeat Fertility Rites, for marimba and tape (Jonas Krause, marimba.). University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

July 23, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. World premiere of Phosphorus Modulations 1 Eternity's Heartbeat Fertility Rites, for marimba and tape (Jonas Krause, marimba.). University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

July 23, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Phosphorus In the Fire of Conflict Modulations 1 Eternity's Heartbeat for marimba and piano by Anne-Katrin Abt, marimba and Huan-Jou Hsu, piano. University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

July 17. Hatzis Composer in Residence at IKMMA. July 17 -26. Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at IKMMA (International Katarzyna Myćka Marimba Academy) in Hanover, Germany. A concert of Hatzis' music for mallet instruments on July 23, 7:00 PM, featured the world premiere of Phosphorus (see “Premieres” above). Other Hatzis works on the program: Modulations 1 for two vibraphones and two marimbas (Yuka Maruyama and Wenja Xu, vibraphones; Sergi Santamria Carrasedo and Mayaka Hashimoto, marimbas,) In the Fire of Conflict, for marimba and tape (Katarzyna Myćka) Eternity's Heartbeat for marimba and piano (marimba version premiere by Anne-Katrin Abt, marimba and Huan-Jou Hsu, piano) and Fertility Rites, for marimba and tape (Jonas Krause, marimba.). University of Music, Drama and Media, Hanover, Germany.

June 16. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, vibraphone and cloud gongs. O/MODERNT Kammarorkester under the direction of Kasper de Roo. O/MODERNT Festival. Ulriksdals Castle Theatre, Confidencen (Stockholm,) Sweden.

June 16. HARMONIA. International Computer Music Conference 2015. Presented with a paper read by Bruno Degazio. University of North Texts. Denton, TX, USA.

June 01, 7:30 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation. Experts of the ballet GOING HOME STAR performed by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, followed by a panel discussion. Part of the closing ceremonies of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Studio; National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

June 01, 7:30 PM. Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation (excerpts). Experts of the ballet GOING HOME STAR performed by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers. Planet IndigenUS. WestJet Stage, Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 17, 2:30 PM. Lamento. Sarah Slean, vocalist; the Niagara Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bradley Thachuk. Sean O' Sullivan Theatre; Centre for the Performing Arts; Brock University, St. Catharine's ON, Canada.

April 18, 8:00 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; The Victoria Symphony under the direction of Tania Miller. Alix Goolden Hall, Victoria BC, Canada.

April 16, 8:00 PM. Psalm 91. Choir 21. Song for Athene, a Soundstreams choral memorial concert for British composer John Tavener. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 28, 8:00 PM. Psalm 91. Mississauga Festival Chamber Choir and Exultate Chamber Singers. Psalms & Solitude: A Lenten Concert. First United Church, Port Credit, ON, Canada.

March 08, 2:30 PM. Everlasting Light. Pro Coro Canada and Spiritus Chamber Choir. Canadian Connections III program. Winspear Centre for the Performing Arts, Edmonton AB, Canada.

February 18, 7:30 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Symphony New Brunswick under the direction of Michael Newnham. Imperial Theatre, Saint John, NB, Canada.

February 17, 7:30 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Symphony New Brunswick under the direction of Michael Newnham. The Playhouse. Fredericton, NB, Canada.

February 15, 7:00 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Program: Shakespeare in Love. Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Rosemary Thompson. Vernon, BC, Canada.

February 14, 7:30 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Program: Shakespeare in Love. Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Rosemary Thompson. Penticton, BC, Canada.

February 13, 8:00 PM. The Isle is Full of Noises. Program: Shakespeare in Love. Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Rosemary Thompson. Kelowna, BC, Canada.

February 08, 7:30 PM. Everlasting Light. Spiritus Chamber Choir under the direction of Timothy Shantz. Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada.

2014

December 06, 5:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Pro Musica concert. St. Paul's Church. San Miguel, Mexico.

November 24. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Willmar, MN, USA.

November 23. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Albert Lea, MN, USA.

November 22, 12:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba; Steven H. Henry (Bugsy H.) pre-recorded rap singer. PASIC (Percussive Arts Society International Conference. Main Stage.Indianapolis Convention Centre, Indianapolis, USA.

November 21. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Keokuk, IA, USA.

November 20. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Burlington, IA, USA.

November 18. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Perryville, MO, USA.

November 16. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Jennie, Ellen and Julia Jung). Allied Concert Services Midwest Tour. Pratt, KS, USA.

November 03. Coming To CD launch—Hilary Hahn. CD premiere. Live performance and CD launch by Hilary Hahn in a community music school in New York. The marathon performance included my Hatzis' Coming To. Hatzis attended the performance and engaged in a public talk/conversation with American composer Jennifer Higdon. The event was covered by a number of American media including the New Yorker magazine who rated it as one of the top ten events of 2013. Hatzis attended the CD launch.

October 11, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 3 (The Questioning). The Afiara Quartet. Edmonton Chamber Music Society. Convocation Hall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

September 05, 7:30 PM. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

September 04, 7:30 PM. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

September 03, 7:30 PM. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

September 02, 7:30 PM. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

September 01, 7:30 PM. GOING HOME STAR: Truth and Reconciliation. World premiere. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Choreography: Mark Godden; music: Christos Hatzis; story: Joseph Boyden; costume design: Paul Daigle; scenic design: KC Adams. With throat singer Tanya Tagaq, the Northern Cree Singers and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Tadeusz Biernacki. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB. Canada.

August 02, 12:00 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. (Soprano-piano version.) Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Pedja Muzijevic, piano. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Dominion-Chalmers United Church; 355 Cooper Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

May 09, 7:30 PM. The Idea of Canada. Sound installation (repeated at 9:30 PM). Part of Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra's What Next Festival. Various art locations, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

March 28. Quantum Transitions. World premiere. Beverley Johnston & Joint Venture Percussion Duo. (Also performed in other venues in China and at the Boston Conservatory). Shanghai Oriental Art Center, China.

March 20, 7:30 PM. Atonement. World premiere. World premiere of Atonement. Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Jean Saulnier, piano. Women's Musical Club of Toronto. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 18. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Anne Manson. Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster at Maryland. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

2013

November 30. Telluric Dances. Lidia Khaner, obove; The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Mei-Ann Chen. Enmax Hall, Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

November 03. "Creeds" from Constantinople. Performance of "Creeds" the first movement of CONSTANTINOPLE by Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Hassan Tollar, Arabic vocalist (alto), and the Gryphon Trio for His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan, the 49th hereditary Imam of the shia Ismaili Muslims and Founder and Chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network. It was part of a a ceremony by UoT's Trinity College conferring an honourary Doctor of Sacred Letters to His Highness. Trinity College, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 17. The Isle is Full of Noises. The Isle is Full of Noises. Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Nathan Brock conductor. Maison symphonique de Montréal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

October 15. The Isle is Full of Noises. World premiere. The Isle is Full of Noises. Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Nathan Brock conductor. Maison symphonique de Montréal, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

October 09. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Grand Theatre, Kingston, ON, Canada.

March 27. Hatzis Composer-in-residence at Evmelia International Music Festival (duplicate). April 27. Hatzis was composer-in-residence at the Evmelia International Music Festival in Volos, Greece. Hatzis works on the program: Odd World, Dance of the Dictators. Volodja Balzalorsky, violin; Seeli Toivio, cello; Maria Pikoula, piano. World premiere of Dominance and Ena Phili Amarando by George Kontogeorgos, arranged by Christos Hatzis (same piano trio as above.) Arabesque. Rusanda Panfill, violin; Maria Pikoula, piano; Lipepaja Symphony "Amber Sound" Orchestra. Zeitgeist. Lipepaja Symphony "Amber Sound" Orchestra.

March 25, 7:30 PM. Hatzis@60 anniversary concert. March 25. Hatzis@60 anniversary concert. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Hatzis' works on the program, and Dance of the Dictators performed by the Gryphon Trio. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet.

February 15. Hatzis Composer-in-residence at Northern Lights Festival. February 15-March 2. Hatzis was composer-in-residence at the Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival. Hatzis works performed at the festival: and D . Erin Cooper-Gay, soprano; Graham Lord, clarinet; Greg Gallangher, cello; Kim Mai Ngyun, viola; Jasmin Arakawa, piano; Mark Skazinetsky, conductor. . Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 10. Tongues of Fire (brass ensemble version). World premiere. World premiere of the brass orchestra version of percussion concerto Tongues of Fire (arranged by Kevin Lau.) Beverley Johnston, percussion; The Hannaford Street Silver Band. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 09. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). New Zealand premiere. NZ premiere of String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The Penderecki String Quartet. Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson Cathedral; Nelson 2013 International Chamber Music Festival. Nelson, New Zealand.

January 29, 7:30 PM. Redemption: Book 3. World premiere. Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Mickelthwate conducting. 2013 Winnipeg New Music Festival. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

2012

November 12, 7:30 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Werner Frank, viola; Thomas Schindl, percussion. The Wiener Concert-Verein under the direction of Christoph Campestrini. Brahms-Saal; Wiener Musikvereins; Vienna, Austria.

June 18, 9:00 PM. Telluric Dances. Dimitris Kalpaxidis, oboe; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Athens Festival. Theatre of Herod Atticus (Parthenon, Acropolis), Athens, Greece.

May 18. Telluric Dances. Dimitris Kalpaxidis, oboe; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Megaron Moussikis (Thessaloniki Concert Hall), Thessaloniki, Greece.

May 13. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. TVienna Konzerthaus (Wiener Konzerthaus) Grosser Saal. (Hatzis attended this performance). Vienna, Austria.

May 09. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Teatro Massimo Bellini. Catania (CT); Italy.

May 07. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi". Milano, Italy.

May 05. Mysterion Xenon (Μυστήριον Ξένον). World premiere. May 5 - 20. World premiere and tour of Mysterion Xenon by the National Youth Choir of Canada under the direction of Ivars Taurins, followed by a tour of Ontario and Quebec. Ottawa, ON, Canada.

May 03. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Berliner Philharmoniker program. Philharmonie; Berlin, Germany.

May 01. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. KKL Luzern; Europaplatz. Lucerne, Switzerland.

April 29. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Stadthaus Winterthur. Winterthur, Switzerland.

April 26. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Festspielhaus und Festspiele; Baden-Baden gGmbH. Baden-Baden, Germany.

April 24. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Gasteig München GmbH. Munich, Germany.

April 22. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Wigmore Hall; 36 Wigmore Street. London, United Kingdom.

April 20. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Palau de la Música i Congressos de Valencia. Valencia, Spain.

April 18. European premiere and tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. European premiere. Hilary Hahn, violin; Cory Smythe, piano. Sociedad Filarmonica de Bilbao. Bilbao, Spain.

April 13. Lamento. World premiere. Sarah Slean, vocalist; Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. The program also included Sarah Slean's song Parasol, transcribed (and expanded) for orchestra by Christos Hatzis. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhausie Centre for the Performing Arts; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

April 11. Sepulcher of Life. Greek premiere. Mina Polychronou, soprano; Khara Kefala,alto; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, Thessaloniki Mixed Choir under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Megaron Moussikis (Thessaloniki Concert Hall), Thessaloniki, Greece.

April 10. Zeitgeist. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ann Manson. Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Str., Winnipeg MB, Canada.

February 27, 4:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Aeolus Quartet. Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival (private showing for Visionary Sponsors). In the same concert: , Chris Wilshere, violin; Desmond Neysmith, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Dance of the Dictators, Lance Oulette, violin; Rebecca Wenham, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Private estate, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 27, 4:00 PM. Old Photographs. Chris Wilshere, violin; Desmond Neysmith, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival (private showing for Visionary Sponsors). In the same concert: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening), Aeolus Quartet. Dance of the Dictators, Lance Oulette, violin; Rebecca Wenham, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Private estate, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 27, 4:00 PM. Dance of the Dictators. Lance Oulette, violin; Rebecca Wenham, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival (private showing for Visionary Sponsors). In the same concert: , Chris Wilshere, violin; Desmond Neysmith, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Private estate, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 20, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Aeolus Quartet. Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival. El Dorado Private Residence Club, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 20, 7:30 PM. Departures. American premiere. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Northern Lights Festival orchestra under the direction of Leonardo Gasparini. Auditorio de La Ribera, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 17. Hatzis Composer-in-Residence at Northern Lights Festival in Mexico. February 17 - March 1. Hatzis was the composer in residence at the Scotia Bank Northern Lights Festival in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. Several Hatzis works were performed during the festival: February 20, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Aeolus Quartet. El Dorado Private Residence Club. February 22, 7:30 PM. North American premiere of Departures. Susan Hoeppner, flute; festival orchestra under the direction of Leonardo Gasparini. Auditorio de La Ribera. February 27, 4:00 PM (private showing for Visionary Sponsors). String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Aeolus Quartet. Old Photographs. Chris Wilshere, violin; Desmond Neysmith, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Dance of the Dictators. Lance Oulette, violin; Rebecca Wenham, cello; Justyna Sznajna, piano. Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

February 05. Modulations 1. TorQ percussion quartet. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 29. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 28. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 27. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 26. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 25. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 22. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 21. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 20. In the Fire of Conflict. Choreographed performance of In the Fire of Conflict as part of the dance show "The Sound and Feel of It." Peggy Baker, choreographer; Benjamin Kamino, dancer; Beverley Johnston, marimba (Bugsy H, pre-recorded rap singer.). Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

2011

November 18. Extreme Unction. World premiere. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; Sinfonia Toronto under the direction of Nurhan Arman. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 06. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

November 01. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Colburn Celebrity Series; Walt Disney Concert Hall. Los Angeles, CA, USA.

October 29. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Mondavi Center. Davis, CA, USA.

October 27. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Schwartz Center for Performing Arts; Flora Glenn Candler Concert Series. Atlanta, GA, USA.

October 23. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center. Chicago, IL, USA.

October 21. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. The Palladium; The Center for the Performing Arts. Carmel, IN, USA.

October 19. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. The Paramount Theater. Charlottesville, VA, USA.

October 17. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Benaroya Hall. Seattle, WA, USA.

October 15. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Central Moravian Church. Bethlehem, PA, USA.

October 13. World premiere and USA tour of "Coming To" with Hilary Hahn. World premiere. Hilary Hahn, violin; Valentina Lisitsa, piano. Constella Festival; Cincinnati Arts Association. Memorial Hall; Cincinnati, OH, USA.

September 30. Departures. European premiere. Patrick Gallois, flute; Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Megaron Moussikis Thessalonikis (Thessaloniki Concert Hall); Thessaloniki, Greece.

August 21. Departures. World premiere. Kyoto Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Hiroshi Sekiya. Gala Concerto Concert of the 15th Japan Flute Convention 2011, Kyoto, Japan. Biwako Hall, Otsu-Shi, Japan.

August 13. HARMONIA. Showing of Harmonia at the Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium 2011. Artscape, Toronto.

July 13. Okiatsâsiujut / Women Preparing for Winter. Lady Cove Women's Choir under the direction of Kellie Walsh. In cooperation with the International Council for Traditional Music. Arts And Culture Centre, St John's Newfoundland, Canada.

July 12. Okiatsâsiujut / Women Preparing for Winter. World premiere. Lady Cove Women's Choir under the direction of Kellie Walsh. In partnership with Festival 500 Sharing the Voices, International Choral Festival. Arts And Culture Centre, St John's Newfoundland, Canada.

March 22. Mirage?. Jean-François Breton, percussion; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Stéphane Laforest. Hilldale Lutheran Church, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.

March 13. Arabesque. European premiere. Camerata Orchestra of Athens under the direction of Alexander Myrat. Megaron Mousikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

February 10, 8:00 PM. Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. World premiere. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium; Dalhousie Arts Center; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

2010

December 03, 7:30 PM. Tongues of Fire (wind ensemble version). Wind ensemble version arranged by Kevin Lau. Beverley Johnston, percussion. University of Toronto Wind Ensemble under the direction of Gillian MacKay. MacMillan Theatre, Faculty of Music, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 28. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

November 07. Paranymphus Adiens. New Zealand premiere. Charley Davenport, cello. SMP Ensemble choir. Wellington, New Zealand.

November 07. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Brunton Auditorium, Sackville, NB, Canada.

November 06. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Immaculata Auditorium, Antigonish, NS , Canada.

November 05. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Wolfville Festival Theatre, Wolfville, NS , Canada.

November 03. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Chester Playhouse, Chester, NS, Canada.

November 02. In the Fire of Conflict. November 2 - 28. Tour of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Fredericton Playhouse, Fredericton, NB, Canada.

October 15, 12:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Part of a lecture/recital by Christos Hatzis and Beverley Johnston at the Beijing Central Conservatory. Beijing Central Conservatory, Beijing , People's Republic of China.

October 13. Hatzis lecture: "Music for Percussion". Shenyang Conservatory. Part of the 2010 Shenyang Percussion Festival. Chenyang, People's Republic of China.

October 12, 7:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict & Fertility Rites. Chinese premiere. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Shenyang Conservatory concert hall. Part of the 2010 Shenyang Percussion Festival. Chenyang, People's Republic of China.

October 07, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Part of the program "Girls Just Want to Play Drums". Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

October 07, 3:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Part of a lecture/recital by Christos Hatzis and Beverley Johnston at Humboldt State University. Arcata, California, USA.

October 05, 8:00 PM. In the Fire of Conflict. Percussion quartet version. TorQ percussion ensemble. Enwave Theatre; Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

July 30. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Part of the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival. Museum of Civilization, Hull (Ottawa), Quebec, Canada.

July 29. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Part of the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival. Museum of Civilization, Hull (Ottawa), Quebec, Canada.

May 26. Eternity's Heartbeat. World premiere. Eternity's Heartbeat (piano - four hands version). Dame Evelyn Glennie—Philip Smith, piano. Venue details unreported, Zurich, Switzerland.

May 15, 8:30 PM. From the Song of Songs. USA premiere. Kristina Semos, soprano; Gus Chrysson, tenor; The Metropolitan Greek Chorale and ensemble under the direction of Marina Alexander. Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center, Goodman House; New York, NY, USA.

May 01. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Marimba 2010 International Festival and Conference. Ted Mann Concert Hall. 2128 4th Street S. Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

April 11. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. The Valley Concert Society. Matsqui Centennial Auditorium, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada.

April 10. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.

April 08. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.

March 27. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Le Centre Culturel de Drummondville. 175, rue Ringuet, Drummondville, Quebec, Canada.

March 25. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Centre Culturel, Université de Sherbrooke. 2500, boul. de l' Université, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.

March 20, 8:00 PM. Tongues of Fire (wind ensemble version). Wind ensemble version arranged by Kevin Lau. Mark Grant Adam, percussion; Acadia University Wind Ensemble; Mark Hopkins, conductor. Festival Theatre Building Auditorium. Acadia University; Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.

March 19. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. The Nederlands Blazers Ensemble "Zeibekiko" concert. De Oosterpoort, Groningen and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

March 18. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. The Nederlands Blazers Ensemble "Zeibekiko" concert. De Oosterpoort, Groningen and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

March 17. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. The Nederlands Blazers Ensemble "Zeibekiko" concert. De Oosterpoort, Groningen and Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

March 13. Tongues of Fire (wind ensemble version). Wind ensemble version arranged by Kevin Lau. Mark Grant Adam, percussion; Acadia University Wind Ensemble; Frank L. Battisti, guest conductor. College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Conference. West Chester University. West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA.

February 27. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Diffusions de la Coulisse; Centre Culturel de Beloeil; Quebec, Canada.

February 13. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. McMaster University, Convocation Hall, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

February 11. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Grand Theatre; Kingston's Civic Performing Arts Centre, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

February 10. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

February 08, 8:00 PM. Tongues of Fire (wind ensemble version). World premiere of wind ensemble version. Premiere of the wind ensemble version arranged by Kevin Lau. Rod Squance, percussion; The University of Calgary Wind Ensemble, Glenn Price, conductor. Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Rozsa Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

2009

November 26. Eternity's Heartbeat. Eternity's Heartbeat (piano - four hands version). Dame Evelyn Glennie—Philip Smith, piano. Celebrity Recital Series. Cadogan Hall, London, UK.

November 25, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. The Conrad Centre for the Performing Arts, 36 King St. West, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

November 21. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

November 20. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

November 19. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

November 18. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). World premiere. DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

November 15. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz; Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA, USA.

November 15, 2:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The Penderecki String Quartet (Jeremy Bell, violin; Simon Fryer, cello; Jerzy Kaplanek, violin; Christine Vlajk, viola). Chamber Music Hamilton. Recital Hall, Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

November 14. Arabesque. USA premiere. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz; Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA, USA.

November 11. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Focus Day, PASIC (Percussive Arts Society International Conference). Indiana Convention Centre; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

November 09. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. 50th Anniversary Concert of the Canadian Music Centre. The National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

November 08, 7:30 PM. Mirage?. Brian Graiser, vibraphone, cloud gongs; the gamUT chamber orchestra, Norbert Palej, conducting. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

October 30. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. The Playhouse; Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

October 29. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Festival Place; Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada.

October 29. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Canada.

October 27. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Rawlinson Centre; Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

October 25. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Showplace Performance Centre; Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

October 24. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Shenkman Arts Centre; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

October 23. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Empire Theatre; Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

October 22. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). Koerner Hall / Telus Centre for the Performing Arts; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

October 21. Old Photographs. The Art of Time ensemble (Ben Bowman, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Andrew Burashko, piano). The Registry Theatre; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

October 18. Parlor Music. Jonathan Latta, vibraphone; Melissa Latta, piano; Katherine Jetter, cello; and Mark Walters, clarinet. Roshong Recital Hall, Fort Lewis College; Durango Colorado, USA.

October 18. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. St.Mary's Church, Elyria, Ohio, USA.

October 18. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. Rocky River United Methodist Church, Rocky River, Ohio, USA.

October 17. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. Shrine of St. Stanislaus Church, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

October 16. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. St. Noel Church, Willoughby Hills, Ohio, USA.

October 15. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. Fairmount Presbyterian Church, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA.

October 14. Redemption: Book 1 (world premiere & tour). World premiere. Pacifica String Quartet (Simin Ganatra, violin; Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos, cello); CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of David Alan Miller. Henry H Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, Ohio, USA.

October 08. From the Song of Songs. Maryem Tollar, alto; Rufus Muller, tenor; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir, directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. Part of the program In the Garden of Delights, inspired by the Song of Songs. Concept and Musical programme by Alison Mackay. Psalm 91. The Tafelmusik Chamber Choir, Erica Goodman, harp, Ivars Taurins, conductor. This was a Royal Ontario Museum concert featured in conjunction with the exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls during the week that the museum was hosting "The Ten Commandments". The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 02. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Cameco Capital Arts Centre, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.

September 27. Arabesque. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. Salle Albert-Dumouchel, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Québec, Canada.

September 21. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.

September 20. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Convocation Hall - University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

September 19. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

September 18. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. White Rock Baptist Church, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.

September 17. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. ArtSpring Theatre, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia., Canada.

September 16. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

September 15. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Charles Bailey Theatre, Trail, British Columbia, Canada.

September 13. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada.

September 12. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Clarke Theatre, Mission, British Columbia, Canada.

September 11. Mirage?. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Kelowna Community Theatre, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.

September 09. Mirage?. World premiere. Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Anne Manson. Westminster Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

September 06. Arabesque. World premiere. World premiere. Angèle Dubeau, violin; La Pièta ensemble. La Fête de la Musique at Tremblant, Angèle Dubeau, Music Director, (outdoors). Downtown Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.

July 31. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The Penderecki String Quartet (Jeremy Bell, violin; Simon Fryer, cello; Jerzy Kaplanek, violin; Christine Vlajk, viola). Part of the Toronto Summer Music Festival. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

July 26. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio ( Ellen Jung, violin; Julie Jung, cello; Jennie Jung, piano). Sonntagskonzerte im Spiegelsaal. Berlin, Germany.

July 22. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio. Strings Music Festival; Strings Music Pavilion. Steamboat Springs, Colorado, USA.

July 22. Old Photographs. Jennifer Burford, violin; Yoonha Choi, cello; Brendan Jacklin, piano. Casalmaggiore International Festival. Santa Chiara Auditorium, Casalmaggiore, Italy.

July 09. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio. Brott Music Festival. Christ's Church Cathedral; 252 James St. N., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

June 30. In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Zeltsman Marimba Festival 2009. Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA.

June 15. Nadir. Widell, recorder (violist unknown). Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, Münchenbryggeriet, T-bana Mariatroget Fundraising concert with KROCK, Karin Hellqvist and others. Fylkingen, Stockholm, Belgium.

May 27. Old Photographs. Members of the The Art of Time ensemble. Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

May 26. Old Photographs. Members of the The Art of Time ensemble. Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre; 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

May 22. Parlor Music. Jonathan Latta, vibraphone; Melissa Latta, piano; Katherine Jetter, cello; and Mark Walters, clarinet. Durango Chamber Music Festival. St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Durango Colorado, USA.

May 01. In the Fire of Conflict (cello, percussion version). Paul Marleyn, cello; Beverley Johnston, percussion. Ottawa International Writers' Festival. Saint Brigid's Centre for the Arts and Humanities; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

April 11. Dance of the Dictators. Iris Piano Trio (Jeanie Lee, violin; Soona Chang, Cello; Maria Pikoula, piano). Boston University, College of Arts, Concert Hall. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

April 05. Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Choir & Audience. The "Water Turning into Wine" movement. University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble, Beverley Johnston, director. Walter, Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 22. In the Fire of Conflict (cello, percussion version). USA premiere. For cello, percussion and audio playback. Seth Woods, cello; (percussionist unknown). Monkey Town, Brooklyn, New York, NY, USA.

March 03. Parlor Music, Lazy Afternoons by the Lake, Eternity's Heartbeat. Ben Reimer, marimba/vibraphone; Catherine Wood clarinet; (cello unknown); Megumi Masaki, piano. Brandon University New Music Festival. Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.

January 30, 8:00 PM. Nadir. Nadir. Karin Venaas, flute; Beatrice Bjørnsen, viola. Stavanger Symphony Orchestra concert series. Rogaland Arts Centre. Stavanger, Norway.

January 13. Parlor Music. Ben Reimer, vibraphone; Catherine Wood clarinet; Megumi Masaki, piano. Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.

January 08. In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet). World premiere of percussion quartet version. World premiere of In the Fire of Conflict (percussion quartet version). TorQ percussion ensemble. Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC.). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

2008

December 05. Rebirth. Steven Dann, viola; Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, Joana Carneiro, guest conductor. Centre in the Square; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

November 20. String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Blue Engine String Quartet. St. Andrew’s United Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

October 18. Everlasting Light. Anne-Julie Caron, marimba; The Vancouver Cantata Singers, Eric Hannan, conductor. Ryerson United Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 17. Everlasting Light. Anne-Julie Caron, marimba; The Vancouver Cantata Singers, Eric Hannan, conductor. Ryerson United Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 16. Hatzis Keynote lecture / Verge Arts conference. Christos Hatzis was keynote speaker at the Verge Arts conference "The Arts and Community". His keynote address is titled: "The Crucible of Contemporary Music: Community Building Through Art Music". Trinity Western University; Langley, British Columbia, Canada.

September 11. Fertility Rites. Member of the percussion ensemble of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. Gergiev Festival. Arminus Hall, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

August 25. Fertility Rites & In the Fire of Conflict. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Nebojsa Zivkovic International Summer Music Academy. LandesMusikAkademie Rheinland-Pfalz, Neuwied-Engers, Germany.

August 09. Wormwood. Robert Pomakov, bass baritone; The Gryphon Trio; The Elmer Iseler singers; The Amadeus Chamber Choir; Lydia Adams, conductor. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. (bass-baritone), Mantas Jankavičius (vocals), Kiryl Dernovyi (discanto, Ukraine), Arvydas Strimaitis (video projections), Dainius Svobonas (actor), Kaunas State Choir, Robertas Šervenikas (conductor). Dominion-Chalmers United Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

August 05. In the Fire of Conflict. World premiere. Denise Djokic, cello; Ryan Scott, percussion; Peggy Baker, choreographer/dancer. Part of the Toronto Summer Music Academy & Festival. Walter Hall, Edward Johnston Building, University of Toronto; Toronto, ON, Canada.

July 23, 2:30 PM. WATER. World premiere. Four children's choirs: Shallaway—Newfoundland and Labrador Youth in Chorus (Canada), Shenzhen Middle School Choir (China), Danchurch National Choir (Denmark), and Magnificat choir (Hungary), Andrew Dale, Irish bouzouki and Alison Black, Celtic fiddle, under the direction of Kellie Walsh. Songbridge. 8th IFCM (International Federation of Choral Music) World Symposium on Choral Music. Tivoli Gardens Concert Hall; Copenhagen, Denmark.

July 21. WATER. Preview concert. Four children's choirs: Shallaway—Newfoundland and Labrador Youth in Chorus (Canada), Shenzhen Middle School Choir (China), Danchurch National Choir (Denmark), and Magnificat choir (Hungary), Andrew Dale, Irish bouzouki and Alison Black, Celtic fiddle, under the direction of Kellie Walsh. Songbridge. Music Theatre, Holstebro, Denmark.

June 12. Telluric Dances. Kalin Panayotov, oboe; Sofia Sinfonietta under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Salla Bulgaria. Sofia, Bulgaria.

May 31. Tongues of Fire. Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Roberto Minczuk. Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

May 30. Tongues of Fire. Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Roberto Minczuk. Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

May 26. Tongues of Fire. Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Vancouver Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bramwell Tovey. Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

May 25. Tongues of Fire. Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Vancouver Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bramwell Tovey. Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

May 24. Tongues of Fire. co-World premiere. Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Vancouver Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bramwell Tovey. Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

May 23, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Member of BL! NDMAN [4 × 4] drums. Pulsations. Town Hall - Raadzaal; Melle, Germany.

May 18. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. Discovery Series. Chamber Music at the Clark. Clark Institute Library, West Adams, Los Angeles, California, USA.

March 19. Sepulcher of Life. Anna Staicu, soprano; Hara Kefala, mezzo-soprano; Jyväskylä Sinfonia, Jyväskylän Oopperakuoro ( The Opera Choir of Jyväskylä—Nikke Iso-Möttönen, choirmaster), under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Kylän teatteritalo (Citytheatre of Jyväskylä), Jyväskylä, Finland.

March 09. Telluric Dances. Suzanne Lemieux, oboe. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. Lunenburg-Symphony on the Shore series. St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada.

March 09. From the Song of Songs. Maryem Tollar, alto; Rufus Mueller, tenor; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir, directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. Part of the program In the Garden of Delights, inspired by the Song of Songs. Concept and Musical program by Alison Mackay. Part of the Sacred Spaces, Sacred Circles Arts Festival, a celebration of music and architecture. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 08. From the Song of Songs. Maryem Tollar, alto; Rufus Mueller, tenor; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir, directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. Part of the program In the Garden of Delights, inspired by the Song of Songs. Concept and Musical program by Alison Mackay. Part of the Sacred Spaces, Sacred Circles Arts Festival, a celebration of music and architecture. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 07. Telluric Dances. Suzanne Lemieux, oboe. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie Arts Centre; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

March 07. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. Discovery Series. Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts; Vienna, Virginia, USA.

March 07. From the Song of Songs. Maryem Tollar, alto; Rufus Mueller, tenor; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir, directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. Part of the program In the Garden of Delights, inspired by the Song of Songs. Concept and Musical program by Alison Mackay. Part of the Sacred Spaces, Sacred Circles Arts Festival, a celebration of music and architecture. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 07. Psalm 91. World premiere. The combined Elmer Iseler Singers and the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Lydia Adams and Jon Washburn, music directors. Metropolitan United Church, Toronto, Canada.

March 06. Telluric Dances. Suzanne Lemieux, oboe. Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. Immaculata Hall, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.

March 06. From the Song of Songs. World premiere. Maryem Tollar, alto; Rufus Mueller, tenor; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir, directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. Part of the program In the Garden of Delights, inspired by the Song of Songs. Concept and Musical program by Alison Mackay. Part of the Sacred Spaces, Sacred Circles Arts Festival, a celebration of music and architecture. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 02. Psalm 91. The combined Winnipeg Singers and the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Yuri Klaz and Jon Washburn, music directors. Knox United Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

January 19. Telluric Dances. Pippa Williams, oboe; The Vancouver Island Symphony, under the direction of Carlo Palleschi. Port Theatre; Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

January 17. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.

January 15. Light from the Cross. European premiere. Ani Maldjian, soprano. The Camerata Orchestra under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. In Armenian with Greek surtitles. Friends of Music Hall. Megaron Moussikis (Athens Concert Hall). Athens, Greece.

January 11. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. 2008 High Performance Rodeo. The Grand: 608 - 1 St. S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

2007

November 26. Fertility Rites. Fiona Digney, marimba. Music Auditorium, West Australian Academy of Performing Arts,. 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley, Perth, WA, Australia.

November 17. The Troparion of Kassiani. Patricia Rozario, soprano; The English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. The Barber Institute for the Arts, University Great Hall, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston.

November 04, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. Chamber Music Yellow Springs. First Presbyterian Church, Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA.

October 13. The Troparion of Kassiani. Patricia Rozario, soprano; The Elmer Iseler Singers, Lydia Adams, conductor. Part of the Byzantine Festival Celebration by Soundstreams Canada and the Byzantine Studies Conference 2007 presented by the University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

September 15, 8:00 PM. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

September 14, 8:00 PM. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

September 13, 8:00 PM. DISPLACEMENT (String Quartet No. 1 & String Quartet No. 2). World premiere. DISPLACEMENT, a multi-media collaboration between three internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Presented by HCA Dance Theatre. Choreographer/ dancer Robert Glumbek, visual artist Vessna Perunovich, and composer Christos Hatzis explore the immigrant experience – all immigrants themselves – through contemporary dance, art and music. Seven dancers, three projections, four live musicians. The music of the show consists of Hatzis' String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) and String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) performed by the Penderecki String Quartet. Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

August 11. Parlor Music. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; James Campbell, clarinet; Stephen Prutsman, piano. . Festival of the Sound. Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

August 11. Lazy Afternoons by the Lak. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; James Campbell, clarinet; Stephen Prutsman, piano. . Festival of the Sound. Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

August 10. Easter Kontakion. Moscow’s Academy of Choral Arts under the direction of Alexey Petrov. A Soundstreams Canada concert. St. Anne's Anglican, 270 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada.

August 03. K627: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in the Spirit of W. A. Mozart. North American premiere. Glen Montgomery, piano. The Festival of the Sound Orchestra; Jamie Sommerville, conductor. Festival of the Sound. Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

July 05. Melisma. Peter Stoll, clarinet. Clarinetfest 2007. International Clarinet Association. Student Union Building Auditorium. UBC School of Music, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

June 30. The Mega4 Meta4. Australian premiere. Steven Dann, viola. 2007 International Viola Congress. Adelaide, Australia. The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia.

June 28. Afterthoughts 2. World premiere. Laura Chambers, flute; Dan Morphy, vibraphone; Jamie Drake, piano. Tango Quattro's Quicksilver concert. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre or the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada.

June 25. On Hearing a Sonata by Beethoven. World premiere. Jacques Arsenault, baritone; Isabelle Gallant, piano. Fanningbank Recital Series. Fanningbank Government House (the residence of the Lieutenant-Governor), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

June 10. Tongues of Fire. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, percussion; Scotia Festival Orchestra under the direction of Alain Trudel. The concert was broadcast nationally (live to air) on CBC Radio 2. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

June 10. Rebirth. World premiere. Steven Dann, viola; Scotia Festival Orchestra under the direction of Alain Trudel. The concert was broadcast nationally (live to air) on CBC Radio 2. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

June 06. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The Super Nova Quartet, Susan Lee, dance.Recital 3. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. The Music Room, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

June 04. Parlor Music. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; Micah Heilbronn, clarinet; Denise Djokic, violoncello; Simon Docking, piano. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. The Music Room, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

June 03, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Ellen Jung, violin, Julie Jung, cello, Jennie Jung, piano). Leo S. Bing Theater, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, California, USA.

June 01. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Creighton, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Highlight 4 Concert: "Beverley Johnston's Birthday Bash". May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

May 30. Cruel Elegance. The Supernova Quartet. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. The Music Room, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

May 28. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. Highlight 1 Concert. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

May 28. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Highlight 21 Concert. May 27 - June 10 2007. Christos Hatzis was the composer-in-residence at the Scotia Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Several of his chamber and orchestral works were presented at the festival. Sir James Dunn Theatre, Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

May 23. Fertility Rites. Park Yun, marimba. Hoam Art Hall; part of the Seoul City Festival. Seoul, Korea.

May 14. K627: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in the Spirit of W. A. Mozart. World premiere. Maria Asteriadou, piano. The Camerata Orchestra under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall, Megaron Moussikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

April 09. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Luminato Festival. Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 08. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Luminato Festival. Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 07. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Luminato Festival. Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 25. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. London, UK.

March 24. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. London, UK.

March 23. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. London, UK.

March 22. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. London, UK.

March 21. CONSTANTINOPLE. European premiere. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. London, UK.

March 03. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Lumiere / The Montreal High Lights Festival. Théâtre Outremont, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

March 02. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Lumiere / The Montreal High Lights Festival. Théâtre Outremont, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

February 28. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Lumiere / The Montreal High Lights Festival. Théâtre Outremont, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

February 16. Zeitgeist. The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Rei Hotoda. Closing concert of the Winnipeg New Music Festival 2007. Hatzis was the distinguished guest composer (with American composer Jennifer Higdon) at the Winnipeg New Music Festival. Centennial Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

February 16. Zeitgeist. East Asian premiere. The Camerata Orchestra of Athens under the direction of Nikos Tsouchlos. Part of a China-Greece cultural exchange in celebration of the upcoming Beijing Summer Olympic Games 2008. Beijing Central Conservatory. Beijing, China.

February 11. "Ah Kalleli" from CONSTANTINOPLE. Maryem Tollar, alto. (Hatzis was the distinguished guest composer (with American composer Jennifer Higdon) at the Winnipeg New Music Festival.). Garrick Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

February 10. Sepulcher of Life. Sepulcher of Life. Andriana Chuchman, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Canadian Mennonite University Choir; The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Alexander Mickelthwate. Opening concert of the Winnipeg New Music Festival 2007. Hatzis was the distinguished guest composer (with American composer Jennifer Higdon) at the Winnipeg New Music Festival. Centennial Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

2006

December 17, 8:00 PM. Mystical Visitations. World premiere. Maryem Tollar, lead vocals; Jayne Brown, Sophia Grigoriadis, back-up vocals; Hugh Marsh, violin; Ernie Tollar, wind instruments (flutes/sax/mizmar); Nicolas Hernandez, guitar; Kathleen Kajioka, oud; Rich Brown, bass; Mark Duggan, percussion; Rick Shadrach Lazar, percussion; Christos Hatzis, SurroundSound electronics. Isabel Bader Theatre, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

December 10, 8:00 PM. Arcana. European premiere. European premiere of Arcana. Marjoleine Schaap, soprano; Thea Roscmulder, clarinet; Karin Dolman, viola; Thamar Bodden, cello; Caecilia Boschman, piano; Clemens Rosmulder, percussion. Dordrecht, Holland.

December 09, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Duffield Arts Centre. Duffield, Derbyshire, United Kingdom.

November 21, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Electroacoustic Music Concert. Studio Theatre' Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

November 18, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. Andrea Neumann, violin; Beth Root Sandvoss, cello; Elizabeth Bergmann, piano.Land's End Chamber Ensemble. Berliner Kabarett. Beat Niq Jazz and Social Club, 811 - 1st Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

November 17, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. Andrea Neumann, violin; Beth Root Sandvoss, cello; Elizabeth Bergmann, piano.Land's End Chamber Ensemble. Berliner Kabarett. Beat Niq Jazz and Social Club, 811 - 1st Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

November 16, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. Andrea Neumann, violin; Beth Root Sandvoss, cello; Elizabeth Bergmann, piano.Land's End Chamber Ensemble. Berliner Kabarett. Beat Niq Jazz and Social Club, 811 - 1st Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

November 09, 12:00 PM. Old Photographs. Jenny Jung, piano (violinist & cellist unknown). Paul Hall, The Juilliard School. New York, NY, USA.

November 09, 12:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. "Beverley Johnston & Friends" percussion recital. Percussive Arts Society International Conference (PASIC). Main Stage, Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA.

October 24, 7:30 PM. Hatzis lecture. [[document:9]]"On Religion, Politics and Contemporary Music".[[/document]] Composers Forum. Room 330, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 24, 4:30 PM. Hatzis lecture. "Byzantine, Early Christian and Esoteric Influences in my Music (The Troparion of Kassiani)". Inaugural address of the 25 Anniversary events of the Malcove Collection, University of Toronto Arts Centre. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 14, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Mario Boivin, marimba. Blueprint concert. San Francisco Conservatory of Music. 50 Oak Street, San Francisco, California, USA.

October 08, 2:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

October 07, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

October 07, 2:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

October 06, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

October 05, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. Elektra Chamber Players (Kurt Nikkanen, violin; Kari Docter, cello; Maria Asteriadou, piano). Onassis Foundation. New York City, NY, USA.

October 05, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

October 01, 2:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

September 30, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

September 30, 2:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

September 29, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

September 28, 8:00 PM. Ozhedanye (String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)). World premiere. Music: String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) by Christos Hatzis; Choreographer: Viktor Kabaniaev; Costume Design: Viktor Kabaniaev; Cincinnati Ballet. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

September 23, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Johnston, marimba. Uxbridge Celebration of the Arts. Uxbridge Music Hall, Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada.

August 16, 9:15 PM. Fertility Rites. Margarita Kourtparasidou, marimba. Grachtenfestival Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

August 06, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. Philippe Djokic, violin; Yuri Hooker, violoncello; Alexander Tselyakov, piano. Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival. Conference Hall of the Elkhorn Resort, Riding Mountain National Park. Clear Lake, British Columbia, Canada.

July 25, 8:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

July 16, 5:00 PM. Old Photographs. Members of Summerfest. Summerfest Concerts Chamber Music Festival. St. Mary's Episcopal Church., 1307 Holmes, Kansas City, MO, USA.

July 15, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. Members of Summerfest. Summerfest Concerts Chamber Music Festival. White Recital Hall, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO, USA.

July 13, 8:00 PM. Four Rituals (excerpts). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Algonquin Theatre; Hunstville Festival of the Arts; Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.

July 13, 8:00 PM. Four Rituals (excerpts). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Music for a Summer Evening. Festival of the Sound. Parry Sound, Ontario., Canada.

July 04, 8:00 PM. CBC Radio 2 program on Hatzis's music. National broadcast of Telluric Dances and two movements from Pyrrichean Dances on the CBC Radio 2 Program In Performance. The recording of Telluric Dances is that of the premiere performance at the Dalhausie Arts Centre in Halifax with Suzanne Lemieux, oboe and the Symphony Nova Scotia, under the direction of Bernhard Gueller. The recording of Pyrrichean Dances is from the compact disc Dancing in the Light; Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Symphony Nova Scotia under the direction of Bernhard Gueller.

June 21, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Andrew Dunsmore, marimba. Petro Canada Hall, Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Music. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

June 11, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. Paul Casey, violin; Samuel Bisson, cello; Nadia Boucher, piano. Young Artist Final Concert. James Dunn Theatre, Dalhaousie Arts Centre. Scotia Festival of Music. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

May 24, 8:00 PM. Equivoque. Ina Henning, accordion. Walter Hall. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Edward Johnson Building. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

May 13. Hatzis keynote speech. Christos Hatzis was the keynote speaker at the Don Wright Faculty of Music Graduate Student Symposium. Don Wright Faculty of Music; University of Western Ontario; London, Ontario, Canada.

May 05, 8:30 PM. Telluric Dances. European premiere. Dimitris Vamvas, oboe The Athens State Orchestra under the direction of Byron Fidetzis. Friends of Music Hall; Megaron Moussikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

April 23, 2:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Stanford Lively Arts. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Palo Alto, California, USA.

April 22, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Ina Henning, accordion. Walter Hall. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Edward Johnson Building; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 12, 8:00 PM. Four Rituals (excerpts). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Herrick Chapel, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, USA.

April 09, 7:00 PM. Wormwood. World premiere. World premiere of Wormwood. Pavlo Hunka, bass-baritone; Lauren Saunders, child soprano; The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); a chorus of 250 comprised of the Elmer Iseler Singers, Amadeus Choir, Vesnivka Ukrainian Women's Choir, Orpheus Choir and the Toronto Ukrainian Male Chamber Choir under the direction of Lydia Adams. Texts in English from the Book of Revelation. A concert commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster called Chornobyl 20. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 04, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Andrew Dunsmore, marimba. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 25, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Ellen Jung, violin; Julie Jung, cello; Jennie Jung, piano). Anya Foundation concert. Barclay Theatre, Irvine, CA, USA.

March 25, 7:30 PM. "Agnus Dei" from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad), The MacMillan Singers, Doreen Rao, conductor. MacMillan Theatre; Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 21, 6:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). "Sounds of Change", a University of Toronto campus-wide busker festival of music to acknowledge the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Hart House, University of Toronto, St. George Campus. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 04, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances (excerpt). Love Among the Ruins from Pyrrichean Dances. Beverley Johnston, percussion; Sinfonia Toronto under the direction of Nurhan Arman. Glenn Gould Studio; CBC Broadcast Centre; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

February 27, 7:30 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. European premiere. Rivka Golani, viola; Dimitris Dessylas, percussion; The Camerata Orchestra of Athens under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. Megaron Moussikis Athinon (Athens Concert Hall); Athens, Greece.

February 24, 8:00 PM. Four Rituals (Nexus Percussion). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Chenango County Council of the Arts. The Academy Theatre; The Lindsay Concert Foundation. Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.

February 24, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Gene Koshinski, marimba. The Hartt School; Millard Auditorium. West Hartford, Connecticut., USA.

February 19, 2:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Ellen Jung, violin; Julie Jung, cello; Jennie Jung, piano). Tri-County Concerts. McInnis Auditorium, Eastern University; St. David’s, Pennsylvania, USA.

February 17, 7:30 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Lorna MacGhee, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Faculty Artists Concert. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

February 17. From the Book of Job. World premiere. Valdine Anderson, soprano; the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andrey Boreyko. Part of the Centara Corporation International New Music Festival. Centennial Concert Hall; 555 Main Street; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

February 13, 3:00 PM. School Events (Nexus Percussion). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Chenango County Council of the Arts. Norwich, New York, USA.

February 12, 3:00 PM. School Events (Nexus Percussion). The Fountain of Bethesda and Wine turning Into Water from Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. NEXUS percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad). Chenango County Council of the Arts. Norwich, New York, USA.

February 05, 3:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Serenata Series. Wolf Auditorium; London, Ontario, Canada.

February 04, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Jung Trio (Ellen Jung, violin; Julie Jung, cello; Jennie Jung, piano). Pro Artists Series. Opus 119 School of Music, Irvine, CA, USA.

February 03, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Astor Theatre - Liverpool, NS, Canada.

February 01, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Memorial Hall, Fredericton, NB, Canada.

January 31, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Brunton Auditorium - Sackville, NB, Canada.

January 31, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Mobile Chamber Music Society. Laidlaw Performing Arts Center. Mobile, Alabama, USA.

January 30, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Masterclass. Annapolis Royal, NS, Canada.

January 30, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Arts Council of Moore County. Sunrise Theatre; Southern Pines. Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA.

January 29, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. King's Theatre - Annapolis Royal, NS, Canada.

January 29, 3:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Black Rock Center for the Arts. Black Rock, Montana, USA.

January 28, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Woodlawn United Church - Dartmouth, NS, Canada.

January 27, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. . Woodlawn United Church - Dartmouth, NS, Canada.

January 27, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Sean O'Sullivan Theatre. Brock University, St. Catharine’s, Ontario, Canada.

January 26, 8:00 PM. Through A Glass Darkly. World premiere. Through a Glass Darkly. Jennifer Lim, piano. World Premiere & Debut Atlantic Tour of the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Masterclass, Memorial University. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

2005

September 16, 7:30 PM. Agnus Dei. World premiere. Premiere of a new version of Agnus Dei, for bass clarinet, string orchestra, choir, percussion, organ and audience. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; Wayne Strongman, organ; Mark Duggan, solo percussion; The Rosedale Soloists and Choir and students from the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto under the direction of David Passmore. Benefit concert for the dedication of the refurbished 1913 Casavant Frères organ. Rosedale United Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

August 16, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. Oleg Pokhanovski, violin; Paul Marleyn, cello; Alexander Tselyakov, piano. Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival. Pender Harbour, BC, Canada.

June 10, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Spyros Kontos, oboe. Grande Salle du Conservatoire de Musique de Genève; Geneva, Switzerland.

June 10, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. USA premiere. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. International Festival of Arts and Ideas. New Haven, CT, USA.

May 03, 8:00 PM. Telluric Dances. World premiere. Suzanne Lemieux, oboe; Symphony Nova Scotia; Bernhard Gueller, conductor. Dalhousie Arts Center; Halifax, NS, Canada.

April 29, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Pawling Concert Series. Trinity Pawling School; Pawling, NY, USA.

April 16, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Syracuse Friends of Chamber Music. H.W. Smith School Auditorium; Syracuse, NY, USA.

April 10, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Classic Festival. Playhouse; Fredericton, NB, Canada.

April 10, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Symphony Nova Scotia; Bernhard Gueller, conductor. Dalhousie Arts Center; Halifax, NS, Canada.

April 08, 7:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Constanza, cello). Central Texas Orchestral Society concert. Cultural Activities Center; CAC Mayborn Stage and Auditorium; 3011 North Third Street; Temple, Texas, USA.

March 27, 8:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. World premiere. Svetlana Sech, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Vancouver Bach Choir, the Richard Eaton Singers and the Vancouver Symphony under the direction of Bruce Pullan. (Sepulcher of Life was a commission by four separate philharmonic choirs and it had four separate official 'premieres'). The Orpheum; Vancouver, BC, Canada.

March 16, 8:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. Charlene Pauls, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Kitchener Waterloo Philharmonic Choir; Kitchener Waterloo Symphony; Howard Dyck, conductor. Centre in the Square, Kitchener, ON, Canada.

March 14, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Mount Allison Performing Arts. Sackville, NS, Canada.

March 14, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Classic Festival. Capitol Theatre; Moncton, NB, Canada.

March 12, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Dartmouth Community Concert Association. Dartmouth, NS, Canada.

March 08. Zeitgeist. Symphony Nova Scotia; Bernhard Gueller, conductor. Dalhousie Arts Center; Halifax, NS, Canada.

March 07, 8:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. USA premiere. Indra Thomas, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Orpheon Chorale; The Little Orchestra Society under the direction of Dino Anagnost. The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Temple of Dendur in the Sackler Wing; 5th Avenue, New York, NY. St. Joseph's Church (corner of Wilbrod and Cumberland), Ottawa, ON., Canada.

March 07, 7:00 PM. Afterthoughts 1. World premiere. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Chamber Music Series. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Walter Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 04, 8:00 PM. LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2). Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; The Exultate Chamber Singers; John Tuttle, conductor. Part of the program "The True North". Saint Thomas' Anglican Church, 383 Huron St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

February 27, 7:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. World premiere. Monica Whicher, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Ottawa Choral Society; The St. Lawrence Choir; The Amati Ensemble; Iwan Edwards, conductor. St. Joseph's Church (corner of Wilbrod and Cumberland), Ottawa, ON. (As a commission by four separate philharmonic choirs there were four official 'world premieres'. This was one of them). St. Joseph's Church (corner of Wilbrod and Cumberland), Ottawa, ON., Canada.

February 26, 7:30 PM. Sepulcher of Life. World premiere. Monica Whicher, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The St. Lawrence Choir; The Ottawa Choral Society; The Amati Ensemble; Iwan Edwards, conductor. Église St. Jean Baptiste, Montreal, Quebec. (As a commission by four separate philharmonic choirs there were four official 'world premieres'. This was one of them). Église St. Jean Baptiste, Montreal, Quebec.

February 25, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. European premiere. St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Constanza, cello). Konzerthaus Berlin. Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin, Germany.

February 23. Fertility Rites. Norbert Pflanzer, marimba. Spinrag Festival. CC Marke, Belgium.

February 12, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Science Center Amphitheater; St. Vincent College, Latrobe, PA, USA.

January 28. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Tsunami relief benefit concert. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto; Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 28. Fertility Rites. Norbert Pflanzer, marimba. Part of "Percussive Playground's" debut performance. Music Academy of Waregem, Belgium.

January 24, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Adrian Spillett, marimba. St. Mary's Church; Shrewsbury, UK.

January 22, 7:30 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Four Seasons Concerts; Berkeley, CA, USA.

January 20. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). San Diego Museum of Art; Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, USA.

January 16, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Adrian Spillett, marimba. Edward King House, Lincoln, UK.

January 16, 3:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. National broadcast of the premiere performance of Pyrrichean Dances with Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra under Roy Goodman along with commentary and a discussion about the work on Voice of Israel radio; Tel Aviv, Israel. Voice of Israel radio; Tel Aviv, Israel.

January 16. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Wooster Community Chamber Music Series. The College of Wooster; Wooster, Ohio, USA.

2004

December 15, 8:00 PM. Winter Solstice. World premiere. Premiere of Winter Solstice: Concerto for French Horn and String Orchestra. Jamie Sommerville, French horn; The CBC Radio Orchestra, Mario Bernardi, conductor. Northern Arts and Culture Centre; Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.

December 10, 8:00 PM. Four Rituals (Nexus Percussion). World premiere. Premiere of Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Chorus and Audience. Nexus percussion group (Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Gary Kvistad); MacMillan Singers of the University of Toronto under the direction of Doreen Rao. Faculty Artists Concerts. Walter Hall; Faculty of Music, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto; Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 02. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. Musicians unknown. Union of Greek Composers concert. Goethe Institut. Athens, Greece.

November 26, 8:00 PM. Parlor Music. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; Joaquin Valdepeñas, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Patricia Parr, piano. Amici Concerts. Glenn Gould Studio; Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 24, 8:30 PM. Pavillons En l' Air. Christopher Nery, tuba; Phillipe Speisser, percussion. "Aujourd'hui Musiques" Contemporary Music Festival. John Cage Auditorium; Conservatoire National de Region de Perpignan; Perpignan, France.

November 14, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Erosonic concert. The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 13, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Toronto premiere and three additional performances of the completed theatrical work. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Presented by Music Toronto and Tapestry New Opera Works. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 13, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. Part of the program " The American Musicological Society and the Society for Music Theory, whose annual conference tookg place that year in Seattle, chose . St. Mark's Cathedral; 1245 10th Avenue E. Seattle, WA, USA.

November 12, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Toronto premiere and three additional performances of the completed theatrical work. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Presented by Music Toronto and Tapestry New Opera Works. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 12, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. USA premiere. Part of the program" Mystical Visions of the Heavenly Life". Brian Cummings, countertenor (Paris, France); Wesley Rogers, tenor (New York); Richard Lippold, baritone (New York); John M. Boyer, Byzantine chanter (psaltis). Brett Paschal, marimba; Cappella Romana and the Tudor Choir; Alexander Lingas/Doug Fullington, directors. St. Mary's Cathedral, 1716 NW Davis St. Portland, Oregon, USA.

November 11, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Toronto premiere and three additional performances of the completed theatrical work. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Presented by Music Toronto and Tapestry New Opera Works. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 10, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Toronto premiere. Toronto premiere and three additional performances of the completed theatrical work. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Presented by Music Toronto and Tapestry New Opera Works. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 06, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, Simon Streatfield, conductor. Centre in the Square; Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada.

November 05, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, Simon Streatfield, conductor. Centre in the Square; Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada.

November 04, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Constanza, cello). Music Toronto. Jane Mallett Theatre; St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts; Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 04, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, Simon Streatfield, conductor. Centre in the Square; Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada.

November 01, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. Michael Swan, Kim de La Forest, violins; James Legge, viola; Linda Bardutz, cello. Saskatoon Symphony concert series. The Centennial Auditorium; Saskatoon, SK, Canada.

October 31, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music in the Mountains. The West Kortwright Centre, East Meredith, NY, USA.

October 26, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Solo Marimba Recital. Hotel Princess, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

October 15, 6:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Nanae Mimura Marimba Recital. Sponsored by: Odawara-shi Board of Education. Odawara-shi Central Community Center; 300, Ogikubo, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan.

September 29, 8:00 PM. Zeitgeist. FACE Orchestra under the direction of Theodora Stathopoulos. L'Église du bon pasteur; Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

September 05, 12:00 AM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music in the Mountains. Ville de Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.

August 18. Zeitgeist. FACE Chamber Orchestra; Theodora Stathopoulos, conductor. Festival Cassandras. Cassandra, Halkidiki, Greece.

August 17, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Williamstown Chamber Concert. Williamstown, MA, USA.

August 07, 1:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Accordion Day; Festival Vancouver. Industrial Alliance Pacific First Nations Longhouse-University of British Columbia; Vancouver, BC, Canada.

July 30, 4:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Discovery II concert. Festival of the Sound. Parry Sound, ON, Canada.

July 29, 7:30 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. World premiere. World premiere of the completed theatrical work The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; Marie-Josée Chartier, director/choreographer; John Murrell OC, AOE, scripting consultant; Jacques Collin, visual projection production and design; Lionel Arnould, visual projection concept development, production, and design; Bernard White, set and lighting design; Heather MacCrimmon, costume design; Anthony Crea, sound design/ engineer; Caroline Hollway, production manager. Banff Summer Arts Festival. Eric Harvie Theatre, Banff Centre for the Performing Arts; Banff, AB, Canada.

July 24, 8:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. This is my Voice...From the Northern Lands; Indian River Festival. St. Mary's Church; Indian River, P.E.I., Canada.

July 18. Byzantium. Joseph Salvalaggio, oboe. The Music Garden; Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

July 16, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 16, 8:00 PM. Zeitgeist. FACE Chamber Orchestra; Theodora Stathopoulos, conductor. Part of the ISME (International Society of Music Education) Conference 2004. Auditorio de Tenerife; Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain.

July 14, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 11, 3:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Festival Baie de Chaleurs. Dalhousie, New Brunswick, Canada.

July 10, 2:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 09, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 09, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Eglise Historique Barachois. Grand Barachois, New Brunswick, Canada.

July 06, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 03, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

July 01, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

June 29, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

June 28, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Joyce Theater, New York, NY, USA.

June 13, 8:00 AM. Sepulcher of Life—CBC Radio national broadcast (Choral Concert). World broadcast premiere. National radio broadcast of the world premiere of for soprano, Middle-Eastern singer (alto) large SATB choir and orchestra on the CBC Radio 2 program Choral Concert hosted by Howard Dyck. Svetlana Sech, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Vancouver Bach Choir, the Richard Eaton Singers and the Vancouver Symphony under the direction of Bruce Pullan. The recorded performance took place on March 27, 2004 at the Orpheum; Vancouver, BC. CBC Radio 2 —Choral Concert.

June 01. Fertility Rites. Jason Huxtable, marimba. Adrian Boult Hall. Birmingham, UK.

June 01. Fertility Rites. Eli Molaug Odland, marimba. Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway.

May 26. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. Part of a concert titled Zeibekiko by the Netherlands Blazers Ensemble featuring New Zealand composer John Psathas and celebrating 2500 years of Greek music. Bath Festival, Netherlands.

May 22, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Maria-Margarita Kourtparasidou, marimba. Philippos Nakas Concert Hall; Hippocratous 41, Athens, Greece.

May 15, 8:00 AM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Guelph Spring Festival. River Run Centre. Guelph, ON, Canada.

May 09, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Rod Thomas Squance, marimba. Land's End Chamber Ensemble concert. Eckhardt Gramatte Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary; Calgary, AB, Canada.

May 09. De Angelis. European premiere. Patricia Rozario, soprano; The English Chamber Choir, Guy Protheroe, conductor. Part of The Byzantine Festival in London. Queen Elizabeth Hall. London, UK.

May 07, 8:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. USA premiere. Indra Thomas, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Orpheon Chorale; The Little Orchestra Society under the direction of Dino Anagnost. Premiere of Christos Anesti (an orchestral arrangement of Creeds from Constantinople). Indra Thomas, Maryem Tollar, the Little Orchestra Society under the direction of Dino Anagnost. Pats Mez Der from Light from the Cross. Maryem Tollar, alto; The Little Orchestra Society under the direction of Dino Anagnost. The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Temple of Dendur in the Sackler Wing; 5th Avenue, New York, NY, USA.

May 04, 8:30 AM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 82 Kent Street (at Wellington); Ottawa, O, Canada.

April 22, 8:15 PM. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. Part of a concert titled Zeibekiko by the Netherlands Blazers Ensemble featuring New Zealand composer John Psathas and celebrating 2500 years of Greek music. Paradiso Theatre; Amsterdam, Netherlands.

April 21, 8:15 PM. Fertility Rites. Peter Prommel, marimba. Part of a concert titled Zeibekiko by the Netherlands Blazers Ensemble featuring New Zealand composer John Psathas and celebrating 2500 years of Greek music. Oosterpoort Theatre; Groningen, Netherlands.

April 19, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Solo Recital. Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall; University of Minnesota School of Music; 2106 4th Street South, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

April 17, 8:00PM. Sepulcher of Life. co-World premiere. Svetlana Sech, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; the Richard Eaton Singers; the Vancouver Bach Choir and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Len Ratzlaff. (Sepulcher of Life is a commission by four separate philharmonic choirs and it will have four separate official 'premieres'). The Winspear Performing Arts Centre; Edmonton, AB, Canada.

April 02, 8:00 PM. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music Toronto. Ferndale, Washington, USA.

March 30, 10:30 AM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music in the Morning. The Vancouver Academy of Music; Koerner Recital Hall; 1270 Chestnut Street, Vancouver, B.C, Canada.

March 27, 8:00 PM. Sepulcher of Life. World premiere. March 27, 2004, 8:00 PM. Svetlana Sech, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Vancouver Bach Choir, the Richard Eaton Singers and the Vancouver Symphony under the direction of Bruce Pullan. (As a commission by four separate philharmonic choirs there were four official 'world premieres'. This was one of them). The Orpheum; Vancouver, BC., Canada.

March 13. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Clinic and performance; 10th Anniversary Alabama Percussive Arts Society (PAS) Day of Percussion. Birmingham, Alabama, USA.

March 13. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music Toronto. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts; Toronto., Canada.

March 11, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Oberlin College Conservatory; Oberlin, Ohio, USA.

March 11. The Troparion of Kassiani. World premiere. Patricia Rozario, soprano; The English Chamber Choir under the direction of Guy Protheroe. Part of The Byzantine Festival in London. St. Paul's Cathedral, London, UK.

February 21, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Stillwell Theater; 1000 Chastain Road; Kennesaw State University; Kennesaw, GA, USA.

February 17, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. " " based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. College of DuPage. Glen Ellyn, IL, USA.

February 15, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Trinity United Church; Huntsville, ON, Canada.

February 12, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre, Vernon, BC, Canada.

February 12, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). North Okanagan Community Concert Association. Okanagan, BC, Canada.

February 11, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Kelowna Community Concert Association. Kelowna, BC, Canada.

February 08, 2:30 PM. Zeitgeist. FACE Chamber Orchestra; Theodora Stathopoulos, conductor. Maxwell Cummings Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts; 1379 rue Sherbrooke ouest. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

February 08, 3:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music at Seven. Blue Hill Congregational Church; Blue Hill, Maine, USA.

January 31, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Constanza, cello). Galeriekonzerte. Gemäldegalerie Dresden, Gobelinsaal; Dresden, Germany.

January 27. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. Two performances of " " based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Tennessee Williams Theater; Key West, FL, USA.

January 26. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. Two performances of " " based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Tennessee Williams Theater; Key West, FL, USA.

January 25. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Music at Seven. Canadian University Auditorium; Canadian University College; Lacombe, AB, Canada.

January 24, 7:30 PM. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Edmonton Chamber Music Society. Convocation Hall, University of Alberta; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

January 23, 8:00 PM. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Celebrity Series. Eckhardt Gramatte Hall Roza Centre. University of Calgary; Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

January 23, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. Two performances of " " based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Stephens Performing Arts Center; Birmingham, AL, USA.

January 22, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. Two performances of " " based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater. Stephens Performing Arts Center; Birmingham, AL, USA.

January 10, 8:00 PM. Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Virtuosi Concerts Inc. Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall; University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

2003

November 22, 4:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. PASIC 2003 (Percussive Arts Society International Convention). Cascade Ballroom; Kentucky International Convention Center; Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

November 15. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Quick Center; Fairfield University; Fairfield, CT, USA.

November 14. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Quick Center; Fairfield University; Fairfield, CT, USA.

November 08. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Staller Center; Stony Brook; NY, USA.

November 05. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Concert Hall Theatre; University of Massachusetts; Amherst, MA, USA.

November 04, 7:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Kauai Community College; Performing Arts Center; Kapaa Kauai, Hawai, USA.

November 04. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Brigham Young University. Laie, Hawaii, USA.

November 03. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Kamuela, Hawai, USA.

November 02. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Kamuela, Hawai, USA.

November 01, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Kahilu Theatre; Kamuela, Hawai, USA.

November 01, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Recital Hall; University of Alaska at Anchorage Arts Building; Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

October 31. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Jackson Hall; Mondavi Center; University of California at Davis; Davis, CA, USA.

October 30. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Hilo, Hawai, USA.

October 29. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Union Colony Civic Center; Greeley; CO, USA.

October 29. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Hilo, Hawai, USA.

October 28. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Lincoln Center; Ft Collins; CO, USA.

October 25. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). MEXICO Festival, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 25. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Queen's Performing Arts series. Grant Hall, University Avenue, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

October 24. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). MEXICO Festival, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 23. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). MEXICO Festival, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 22. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). MEXICO Festival, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 19. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Century II Concert Hall, Wichita, KS, USA.

October 19, 2:30 PM. Byzantium. Lidia Khaner, oboe. "An Afternoon of Sacred Songs and Classics". St. Thomas More Church, 210 Haddow Close; Edmonton, AB, Canada.

October 18, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Festival of the Sound. Salt Lake City Chamber Music Society. Libby Gardner Hall, Department of Music, University of Utah; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

October 17. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Coronado Theater; Rockford, IL, USA.

October 14. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello). Kent School; Kent; CT, USA.

October 13, 8:00 PM. Light from the Cross. World premiere. Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano, the Prometheus Orchestra under the direction of Raffi Armenian. The fifty-minute-long composition was the entire second half of the program. Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City. NY, USA.

October 13. CBC Thanksgiving Day broadcast of Constantinople. Thanksgiving Day broadcast of several movements from CONSTANTINOPLE. CBC Radio 2's "Take Five" program hosted by Robert Harris. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O'Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

October 12, 9:30 PM. Overscript (Concerto for flute and chamber orchestra). European premiere. Patrick Gallois, flute; The Camerata Orchestra of Athens under the direction of Alexandre Myrat. ( is part of the 3/21 cycle of Bach-inspired compositions). Megaron Mousikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

October 10, 9:30 PM. Old Photographs & Dance of the Dictators. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Official residence of the Canadian Ambassador to Greece. Christos Hatzis made a presentation of CONSTANTINOPLE from the stage. Athens, Greece.

October 04. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré, Puerto Rico.

October 03. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré, Puerto Rico.

October 02, 9:00 PM. Two movements from CONSTANTINOPLE. October 1, 9:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano), Maryem Tollar, alto. Residence of the Canadian Ambassador to Egypt. Cairo, Egypt.

October 01, 9:00 PM. Three movements from CONSTANTINOPLE. October 1, 9:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE from the stage. Elsawy Cultural Centre, Cairo, Egypt.

September 21, 8:11 AM. LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2). Radio broadcast on CBC Radio 2's Choral Concert of the World Premiere of LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2) for multiple children's choirs, flute, vibraphone and digital audio playback, performed by the Toronto Children's Chorus, the Romanian Radio Children's Choir and the Tallinn Boys Choir and conducted by Jean Ashworth Bartle. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. Part of the Songbridge Project which took place at the Festival 500 in St. John's, Newfoundland, This UNESCO sponsored event brings together children's choirs from across the globe under the artistic direction of Erkki Pohjola. Choral Concert, CBC Radio 2, Canada.

August 01. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Festival of the Sound. Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

July 31. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Santa Fe Stages; Santa Fe, NM, USA.

July 30. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Santa Fe Stages; Santa Fe, NM, USA.

July 29. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Santa Fe Stages; Santa Fe, NM, USA.

July 18, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

July 12, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Keiko Kotoku, marimba. Concert sponsored by Japan Percussion Center and Lyra Hall. Kugenuma Ishigami; Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan.

July 12, 2:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

July 05, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

July 03, 7:30 PM. LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2). World premiere. June 29 - July 6. Christos was the Canadian composer-in-residence at the Songbridge Project which took place at the Festival 500 in St. John's, Newfoundland, World Premiere of LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2) for multiple children's choirs, flute, vibraphone and digital audio playback, commissioned by the Toronto Children's Chorus and conducted by Jean Ashworth Bartle. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. This UNESCO sponsored event will brought together children's choirs from across the globe under the artistic direction of Erkki Pohjola. The participating choirs were: Romanian Radio Children’s Choir, Tallinn Boys' Choir, and Toronto Children’s Chorus. Festival 500 in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

June 28, 9:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 28, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 28, 2:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 27, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 26, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 25, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 24, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 24, 7:30 PM. LIGHT (Arctic Dreams 2). A Great Canadian Celebration. Nora Schulman, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone; The Toronto Children's Chorus, under the direction of Jean Ashworth Bartle. Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

June 23, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Joyce Theater, New York City, NY, USA.

June 14. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). American Dance Festival. Page Auditorium; Duke University; Durham, NC, USA.

June 13, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Sponsored by Bunkyo-ku Cultural Foundation. Bunkyo Civic Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

June 13. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). American Dance Festival. Page Auditorium; Duke University; Durham, NC, USA.

June 12. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). American Dance Festival. Page Auditorium; Duke University; Durham, NC, USA.

June 05, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Sponsored by MUSICASA. MUSICASA Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

June 04, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. East Asian premiere. Nanae Mimura, marimba. Sponsored by Fukushima-city, TV-Fukushima, Fukushima Central TV, Radio Fukushima, FM-Fukushima, FM-Poco, Fukushima Living. Fukushima Ongaku Dou Big Hall, Fukushima-city, Japan.

May 25, 5:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. USA premiere. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Phillips Gallery; Smithsonian Institute; Washington DC, USA.

May 20, 8:00 PM. A Hatzis Birthday Celebration, CBC Radio 2. A Hatzis birthday celebration on the CBC Radio 2 program "In Performance". Program: The premiere performance of CONSTANTINOPLE with the Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano), Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano and Maryem Tollar, alto recorded during Hatzis's 50 birthday concert on March 21, 2003 at Walter Hall in Toronto. Christos Hatzis was the guest for the Tuesday night talk feature "So Glad You Asked", discussing his music with guest host Robert Harris. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

May 11, 11:00 AM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Great Performances Series. Walter Reade Theater; Lincoln Center; New York. NY, USA.

April 29, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Merkin Concert Hall, Abraham Goodman House, 129 W. 67th St, New York City, NY, USA.

April 20, 12:00 AM. HATZIS@50: National Broadcast—CBC Radio 2. Easter Sunday, national radio broadcast from the concert event CONSTANTINOPLE , Alleluia); The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto. Keith Horner, producer; Natasha Aziz, recording engineer. CBC Radio 2.

April 18, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Corcoran Gallery of Art; Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium; Washington, D.C., USA.

April 08, 7:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Kostas Theodorakos, marimba. Concert by the Union of Greek Composers. Athens Concert Hall (Megaron Mousikis), Athens, Greece.

March 26, 8:00 PM. Light from the Cross. Canadian premiere. Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Raffi Armenian. The fifty-minute-long composition was the entire second half of the program. Winspear Theatre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

March 21, 8:00 PM. HATZIS@50: A Birthday Celebration. Equivoque String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening) Melisma CONSTANTINOPLE. Performers: Simon Fryer, cello; the Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Sue Hoeppner, flute; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Scott St. John, violin; Peter Stoll, clarinet; Maryem Tollar, alto. Faculty Artists Concerts. Walter Hall; Edward Johnson Building; University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 17, 1:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. World broadcast premiere. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Roy Goodman, conductor. Take Five, CBC Radio 2, Canada.

March 16, 8:00 AM. Kyrie. Patricia Rosario, soprano; other soloists TBA. The Elmer Iseler Singers; The Amadeus Choir; the Macmillan Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor. An Encounters concert presented by Soundstreams Canada featuring the music of John Tavener and Christos Hatzis with a host of soloists, choirs and the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Soundstreams concert. St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 16, 8:00 AM. Kyrie. National Broadcast on the CBC Radio 2 program Choral Concert. Patricia Rosario, soprano; Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Michael Colvin, tenor; Andrew Tees, baritone; Alain Coulombe, bass; The Elmer Iseler Singers; The Amadeus Choir; Lydia Adams, conductor. Program hosted by Howard Dyck. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

March 12, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Capitol Theatre, Moncton, NB, Canada.

March 10, 8:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Keiko Kotoku, marimba. Seully Hall; Boston, MA, USA.

February 27, 8:15 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). A Philharmonie chamber concert. Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, 30 rue de la Régence, 1000, Brussels, Belgium.

February 19, 8:00 PM. Pyrrichean Dances. World premiere. Rivka Golani, viola; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Roy Goodman, conductor. Westminster United Church. Winnipeg. Manitoba, Canada.

February 08, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Stanford Lively Arts; Palo Alto, CA, USA.

February 07, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Stanford Lively Arts; Palo Alto, CA, USA.

February 07, 1:00 PM. Everlasting Light. World radio broadcast. National radio broadcast of Everlasting Light (from the CBC Records CD Everlasting Light). "Take Five" program. CBC Radio 2.

January 29, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. The Cassatt String Quartet (Muneko Otani, violin; Jennifer Leshnower, violin; Tawnya Popoff, viola; Caroline Stinson, cello). The Cantara Corporation New Music Festival 2003. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

January 25, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Anchorage Concert Association, Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

January 24, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. World premiere. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Stanford Lively Arts; Palo Alto, CA, USA.

January 24, 8:00 PM. My Brother's Keeper [String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering)]. World premiere. based on an abridged version String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) choreographed by Michael Tracy. Pilobolus Dance Theater and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Alberto Parrini, cello). Stanford Lively Arts; Palo Alto, CA, USA.

2002

July 11, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Bay Chamber Concerts. Rockport Opera House, Rockport, Maine, USA.

June 15, 2:30 PM. De Angelis. European premiere. (Soprano unknown); The English Chamber Choir, Guy Protheroe, conductor. Part of Barbican's Mediterranean Arts Festival. Cripplegate at the Barbican Centre, London, UK.

May 17, 8:00 PM. Heirmos. USA premiere. The Stanford Chamber Chorale, members of the St. Lawrence String Quartet and other instrumentalists; Stephen M. Sano, conductor. Memorial Church; Stanford University; Palo Alto, CA.

May 17, 7:30 PM. Nadir. Angelica Castello, recorder; Gerswind Olthoff, viola. Polycollege Stöbergasse; Vienna, Austria.

April 26, 8:00 PM. Arctic Dreams 1. World premiere. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, vibraphone. The program also included a performance of Stylus (a new version for two accordions) by accordionists Joseph Macerollo and David Carovillano. Isabel Bader Theatre, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 26, 8:00 PM. The Birth of Venus. European premiere. Vassilis Papavassiliou, double bass. Concert co-produced by the Philippos Nakas concert series and the Union of Greek Composers. Philippos Nakas Concert Hall. Athens, Greece.

April 18, 8:00 PM. Nadir. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Valerie Kuinka, viola. A benefit concert with Canadian tenor Richard Margison and friends in support of the Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus’ May 2001 European tour and Collaborations: A Chamber Arts Experience. George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 16, 5:15 PM. Equivoque. Kimberley Pritchard, accordion. Walter Hall. Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Edward Johnson Building. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

March 03, 2:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Queen's University, Kingston, , ON, Canada.

March 01, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Faculty Artists Series. University of Toronto, Edward Johnson Building. Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 19, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). University Concert Series. Jesse Auditorium; Columbia, MO, USA.

February 19, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). University Concert Series. Jesse Auditorium; Columbia, MO, USA.

February 05, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. Symphony Nova Scotia; Takuo Yuasa, conductor. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium; Dalhousie Arts, Halifax, NS,Canada.

January 28. Farewell to Bach. Studio recording. CBC Radio Orchestra, Mario Bernardi, conductor. Studio One. CBC Building, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

2001

December 04, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs (two-piano version). Version premiere. Premiere of the two piano version of arranged by composer Erik Ross. The Anagnoson & Kinton Duo. Music Toronto. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 02, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Schneider Concerts. New School, 66th W. 12th St. New York City, NY, USA.

December 02, 2:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Walter Reade Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York City, NY, USA.

November 22, 8:00 PM. Confessional. Toronto premiere. Shauna Rolston, cello; The Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gary Kulesha, conductor. Massey Hall New Music Festival. Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 19. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Weyburn, SK, Canada.

November 18, 10:00 PM. CBC Radio broadcast of "Confessional". Broadcast of Confessional on the CBC Radio 2 program Two New Hours with Host Larry Lake in conversation with cellist Shauna Rolston and the composer. Shauna Rolston, cello; The CBC Radio Orchestra under the direction of Mario Bernardi. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

November 18. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Estevan, SK, Canada.

November 17. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Regina, SK, Canada.

November 16. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Pinawa, MB, Canada.

November 13, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). The Pro Series. Lorne Watson Recital Hall; School of Music; Brandon University; Brandon, MB, Canada.

November 02, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). The Robert & Sonia Hamburger Family Endowment Chamber Music Series. Mandeville Auditorium; University of California at San Diego; La Jolla, CA, USA.

November 02, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Music Gallery Series. St. George the Martyr, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 19, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. Beverley Johnston, marimba; Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Russell Braun, baritone; The Elmer Iseler Singers; The Amadeus Chamber Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor. Everlasting Light was recorded the day after the concert at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre for an upcoming CBC Records release of Hatzis’ choral works. Keith Horner, producer. St. James Cathedral, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 08, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Friends of Chamber Music. Lincoln Performance Hall; Portland State University; Portland, Oregon, USA.

September 23. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Halifax, NS, Canada.

September 22. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Wolfville, NS, Canada.

September 21. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Corner Brook, NF, Canada.

September 20. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. St. John’s, NF, Canada.

September 19. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Fredericton, NS, Canada.

September 18. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Rothesay, NS, Canada.

September 16. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Ingonish Beach, NS, Canada.

September 15. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Debut Atlantic tour of Eastern Canada. Antigonish, NS, Canada.

August 11, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). Encore Concert, the closing concert of the Festival of the Sound. Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

August 05, 11:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. St. John’s Church, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

August 04, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. K.O.S.A. percussion event. Castleton, Vermont, USA.

August 03, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Patricia O’ Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Tom Diamond, director. Part of the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

August 02, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE. Patricia O’ Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto; The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Tom Diamond, director. Part of the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

August 02, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE (premiere broadcast). Radio Broadcast premiere. Premiere broadcast of CONSTANTINOPLE on the CBC Radio 2 program Two New Hours with Host Larry Lake in conversation with the composer. The Gryphon Trio; Patricia O’ Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto. The program was recorded in July 2001 at the Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto. The Two New Hours broadcast also included Heirmos performed by Melinda Maxwell, oboe d’ amore and The English Chamber Choir under the direction of Guy Protheroe. The latter is from a SONY Classical CD recording by the English Chamber Choir called "The Byzantine Legacy.". CBC Radio 2, Canada.

July 26, 7:00 PM. Footprints in New Snow. Discovery Concert I; Festival Hall; Festival of the Sound. Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.

July 25, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites & Pavillons en l'Air. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. McLeod-Stewarton United Church; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

July 24, 8:00 PM. Stylus. Steven Sitarski, violin; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Patrick Jordan, viola; Margaret Gay, cello. Part of a program called Back to Bach. the Co-operators Series; Elora Festival of Music. St. John’s Anglican Church, 33 Henderson Street, Elora, ON, Canada.

July 09, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Delta Resort; Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.

July 04. CONSTANTINOPLE. Studio recording of for the CBC Radio Two. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto;. CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

July 03. CONSTANTINOPLE. Studio recording of for the CBC Radio Two. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano); Patricia O' Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tollar, alto;. CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 27, 11:30 AM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Reception for the Honourable Herb Gray, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada at the Canadian Music Centre. Chalmers House, 20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 16, 8:00 PM. Pavillons en l' Air. Scott Irvine, tuba; Beverley Johnston, percussion. Samskara, an event presented by Collaborations: A Chamber Arts Experience. du Maurier Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 15, 8:00 PM. Pavillons en l' Air. Scott Irvine, tuba; Beverley Johnston, percussion. Samskara, an event presented by Collaborations: A Chamber Arts Experience. du Maurier Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 12, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). The Laidlaw Foundation Annual General Meeting. Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 12, 7:30 PM. Nunavut. I Profundi (Associates of the Toronto Symphony: Paul Meyer, violin; Carol Fujino, violin; Daniel Blackman, viola; Simon Fryer, cello). This composition was originally titled Nunavut, before it was renamed String Quartet No. 1 (the Awakening). Trinity St. Paul’s Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 15. Studio recording of "Confessional". Studio recording of Confessional. Shauna Rolston, cello; The CBC Radio Orchestra under the direction of Mario Bernardi. CBC Studios, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

April 28, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. The Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Peter Gardner, conductor. Part of a program titled “Farewell to Bach.”. Cook Recital Hall, St. John’s, NF, Canada.

April 25, 1:00 PM. Zeitgeist on CBC Radio 2. National broadcast of Zeitgeist on the CBC Radio 2 program "Take Five." Studio recording by the CBC Radio Orchestra, Mario Bernardi, conducting.

April 25. Equivoque. Joseph Petric, accordion. ACREQ concert. The concert was recorded by Radio Canada for broadcast at the Musique Actuelles radio program. Theatre La Loge, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

April 24. Equivoque. Joseph Petric, accordion. ACREQ concert. The concert was recorded by Radio Canada for broadcast at the Musique Actuelles radio program. Theatre La Loge, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

April 20, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 1 The Awakening. The principal string players of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra: Michael Swan, violin; Julia McFarlane, violin; James Legge, viola; Linda Bardutz, cello. Saskatoon Festival of New Music. Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

April 09, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Pro Musica, St. Philip’s Concert Series “Completely Contemporary” Special Anniversary Concert. St. Philip’s Episcopal Church; Joplin, Montana, USA.

April 08, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). El Paso Pro-Musica. First Baptist Church, 805 Montana, El Paso, TX, USA.

March 26. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Hochschule fur Musik; Maribor, Slovenija.

March 24. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Haus Der Musik, Vienna, Austria.

March 21, 8:00 PM. Overscript (Concerto for flute and chamber orchestra). World premiere. Patrick Gallois, flute and an orchestra of (Faculty of Music, University of Toronto) students and teachers, under the direction of Gary Kulesha. ( is part of the 3/21 cycle of Bach-inspired compositions). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 21, 8:00 PM. Three Songs on Poems by Sappho & movements from Constantinople. : Lorna MacDonald, soprano; Peter Stoll, clarinet; Scott St. John, viola; Shauna Rolston, cello; William Aide, piano. , . The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). The concert was recorded live for subsequent broadcasts on the CBC Radio Two programs: In Performance, Two New Hours and Music Around Us. Keith Horner, producer; Doug Doctor, recording Engineer. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 08, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. European premiere. Dimitris Desyllas, marimba; William Purefoy countertenor; Paul Badley tenor; Leandros Taliotis baritone; Lycourgos Angelopoulos, cantor. The English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. Hatzis attended the performance. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK.

March 07. Hatzis lecture “Towards a New Musical Paradigm”. . The Hellenic Centre 16 -18 Paddington Street, London W1M 4AS, UK.

February 10, 8:00 PM. Concerto for Flute and Chamber Orchestra (Overscript). Performance of the second movement of "Concerto for Flute and Chamber Orchestra" ( ). Marilena Doris, flute; The Orchestra of Colours; Pavlos Stergiou, conductor. Hellenic-American Union, Athens, Greece.

February 10. Hatzis Lecture. Hatzis read his essay “Ritual versus Performance: The Future of Concert Music” at a symposium on new directions in contemporary music held by the Mediterranean Music Center. Lamia, Greece.

February 02, 8:00 PM. De Angelis. Laura Pudwell, mezzo-soprano; Andrea Ludwig, Mary Beth Daellenbach, Christine Stelmacovich, altos; The Elmer Iseler Singers; The Amadeus Chamber Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor. (De Angelis was recorded the day after the concert at St. Anne’s Anglican Church for a CBC Records release of Hatzis’ choral works. Keith Horner, producer.). St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 23. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). National broadcast of on the CBC Radio 2 program "Take 5.". "Take 5" CBC Radio 2, Canada.

January 22. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). National broadcast of on the CBC Radio 2 program "In Performance.". "In Performance" CBC Radio 2, Canada.

January 21, 8:00 PM. Old Photographs. The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano). was the finale of a gala program by the Gryphon Trio opening the 2001 Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra New Music Festival. Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg. The program was broadcast live as a special 4-hour show on the CBC Radio 2 program Two New Hours from coast to coast. "Two New Hours" CBC Radio 2, Canada.

January 13, 8:00 PM. Viderunt Omnes. Alison MacKay and Don Sinclair, visual media (an electronic performance of the work was accompanied by visuals from Notre Dame Cathedral and the Northern Lights) A Toronto Chamber Consort concert titled “From the Medieval to Millennial.”. Trinity St. Paul’s Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

2000

October 17, 8:00 PM. CONSTANTINOPLE (preview). The Gryphon Trio; Jean Stilwell, mezzo-soprano; Music Toronto concert series. Jane Mallett Theatre, St Lawrence Centre; Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 16, 7:30 PM. Fertility Rites. Stanimir Baleev, marimba. Musica Nova 2000. Studio of the Bulgarian National Radio, Sofia, Bulgaria.

April 23, 8:30 PM. Everlasting Light. Dimitris Desyllas, marimba; William Purefoy countertenor; Paul Bradley tenor; Leandros Taliotis baritone; the English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. Athens Concert Hall (Megaron Mousikis), Athens, Greece.

April 17. "The Byzantine Legacy" CD release (Heirmos). Compact Disc release of The Byzantine Legacy featuring Heirmos by Sony Classical in Athens. Sony Classical in Athens, Greece.

April 08, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. The Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, Earl Safford, conductor. Centre in the Square Theatre; Kitchener, ON, Canada.

April 07, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. The Kitchener Waterloo Symphony, Earl Safford, conductor. Centre in the Square Theatre; Kitchener, ON, Canada.

April 02, 8:00 PM. Everlasting Light. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, percussion, the Elmer Iseler Singers, Lydia Adams, conductor. Rosedale United Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 22. Fertility Rites. Keith R. Foster, marimba. BBC Young Musicians’ Competition. Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK.

February 21. Fertility Rites. Oerjan Vatneberg, marimba. Part of the Vardo Culture Week. Vardo Church, Oslo, Norway.

February 06, 5:00 PM. "Invocation to Aphrodite", from Three Songs on Poems by Sappho. Lorna MacDonald, soprano; Peter Stoll, clarinet; Scott St. John, viola; Shauna Rolston, cello; William Aide, piano. Faculty of Music New Music Festival 2000. At 3:30 PM (same location), Hatzis acted as a panelist in a discussion forum on the subject “Postmodernism and Beyond”. Victoria College, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 30, 3:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Jean Lamon, director. The performance was part of a four-day celebration by Tafelmusik of the music of J. S. Bach. Hatzis introduced the performance of his work to the audience at each concert. Trinity St. Paul Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 29, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Jean Lamon, director. The performance was part of a four-day celebration by Tafelmusik of the music of J. S. Bach. Hatzis introduced the performance of his work to the audience at each concert. Trinity St. Paul Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 28, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Jean Lamon, director. The performance was part of a four-day celebration by Tafelmusik of the music of J. S. Bach. Hatzis introduced the performance of his work to the audience at each concert. Trinity St. Paul Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 27, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Jean Lamon, director. The performance was part of a four-day celebration by Tafelmusik of the music of J. S. Bach. Hatzis introduced the performance of his work to the audience at each concert. Trinity St. Paul Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 21, 8:00 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). USA premiere. The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Dinkelspiel Auditorium, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

January 21. Hatzis presentation at Stanford University. Presentation by Hatzis of his electroacoustic works at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). CCRMA, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

January 20. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Hatzis was in residence at Stanford University, CA with the St. Lawrence String Quartet. January 20, morning: presentation of String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering) to the composition students of the university followed by a performance of the work by the St. Lawrence Quartet; January 20, evening: presentation of the same work to the student residents of Kimball Hall followed by another performance of the work by the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

January 14, 7:30 PM. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). First St. Andrew’s United Church, 350 Queens Avenue, London, ON, Canada.

January 13. String Quartet No. 2 (The Gathering). World premiere. The St. Lawrence String Quartet (Geoff Nuttall, violin; Barry Shiffman, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Marina Hoover, cello). Music Toronto Series. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 13, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Graham Hargrove, marimba. Choreographed by Daryll Hoskins and danced to by Michael Moore and Daniel Baskervilles. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

1999

December 31, 11:00 PM. Viderunt Omnes. World premiere. The Millennium Project, an one-hour radio special presented by the European Broadcasting Union will air at the same time by the national networks of each member country. (EBU members include networks in North America, Australia and Asia.) The program will herald the new millennium and celebrate Western Music, from the advent of polyphony to the present. Each member country has been requested to provide a seven-minute original composition based on Perotin’s organum Viderunt Omnes, the Canadian entry for this event.

December 06, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. A fundraising concert for the Collaborations Series. Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 06, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Music in the Morning. International Percussion Event. Paris, France.

October 21, 10:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Music in the Morning. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 20, 10:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Music in the Morning. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 19, 10:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Music in the Morning. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 18, 10:00 AM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Music in the Morning. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

October 03, 3:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Harvey Price, marimba; Relache concert. Philadelphia Ethical Society Building, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

September 28, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Harvey Price, marimba; Relache concert. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

May 22, 8:00 PM. Zeitgeist. World premiere. The Camerata Orchestra of Athens; Alexandre Myrat, conductor. Megaron Mousikis (Athens Concert Hall), Athens, Greece.

May 22, 8:00 PM. Zeitgeist. World co-premiere. The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra; Noel Edison, conductor. Part of the Open Ears Festival 1999. Waterloo, ON, Canada.

May 15. Heirmos. Eblana choir under the direction of John O’Flynn. Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

April 26, 12:00 PM. Broadcast in the Netherlands. Broadcast of Fertility Rites with Beverley Johnston, Hunter’s Dream, Footprints in New Snow, and String Quartet No. 1: The Awakening. NPS Radio, The Netherlands.

April 25, 12:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Broadcast on "Music Around Us" on CBC Radio 2. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

April 24, 8:00 PM. De Angelis. World premiere. Laura Pudwell, mezzo-soprano; The Toronto Chamber Choir (David Fallis, conductor) and the Amadeus Choir (Lydia Adams, conductor) in a program including the antiphon De Angelis by Hildegard von Bingen. The program was recorded by CBC Radio 2. St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 24, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Yjsbreker, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

March 12, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 23, 8:00 PM. Nadir. Carol Ann Savage, flute; Anthony Papoport, viola. Music Umbrella Concert. Eastminster United Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 15, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Peterborough Concert Association. Showplace Theatre, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

1998

December 29. Confessional. The Vancouver Sun rated the world premiere performance of Confessional by Shauna Rolston and the CBC Vancouver Orchestra/Mario Bernardi as one of the ten most important musical events of 1998. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

December 02, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). Studio recording of the work by the Blue Engine String Quartet: Jennifer Jones, violin; Anne Simons, violin; Margot Alrdich, viola; Hilary Brown, cello. Hatzis was in Halifax for the recording. CBC studios, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

November 28, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The Atlantic String Quartet: Alison McLellan, violin; Jennifer Johnson, violin; Alexandra Fekete, viola; Theo Weber, cello. Hatzis attended the performance and gave a lecture at the Music School of Memorial University. D.F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NF, Canada.

November 20, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Thornhill Concert Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 07, 8:00 PM. Heirmos. The McMillan Singers, Wayne Strongman, conductor. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

October 28, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Lane Concert Series. University of Vermont; Burlington, Vermont, USA.

October 25, 2:00 PM. Confessional. World premiere. Shauna Rolston, cello; CBC Vancouver Orchestra; Mario Bernardi, conducting. Hatzis attended the performance and gave a lecture at the Faculty of Music, University of British Columbia. Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

October 11. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Moordale Concert Series. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 10. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Moordale Concert Series. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 01, 12:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Stockholm International Percussion Event. Stockholm Cultural Centre, Stockholm, Sweden.

July 19, 7:30 PM. Recording of Heirmos. Recording of Heirmos, July, 19, 20, 21. Melinda Maxwell, oboe d’ amore; Spectrum Contemporary Music Ensemble; English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. Cathedral of St. Sophia Moscow Road, W2, London, UK.

July 11, 8:00 PM. Not Only but Also (Nadir). Performance of a segment of "Not Only but Also" choreographed by Jennifer Mascall (Mascall Dance), danced by Tonja Livingstone to the music of Nadir. Part of the ‘Dancing on the Edge’ Contemporary Dance Festival. Vancouver Playhouse, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

June 14. Burial Ground. Scotia Festival woodwind quintet. Hatzis's Burial Ground. St. George's Round Church, Halifax, NS, Canada.

June 14, 7:30 PM. Heirmos. Melinda Maxwell, oboe d’ amore; Spectrum Contemporary Music Ensemble; English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. Part of the Byzantine Festival in London 1998. Repeat performance of the March 1 European premiere of the work at the Byzantine Festival in London 1998. Cathedral of St. Sophia Moscow Road, W2, London, UK.

June 13, 8:00 PM. Footprints in New Snow, Nunavut, Fertility Rites. Program of Katajaqq (Inuit throat songs) by Cape Dorset elders Hanauk Mikigak and Napachie Pootoogook and Inuit-inspired music by Scotia Festival resident composer Christos Hatzis. Program introduced by musicologist Jean-Jacques Nattiez. The second half of the program consisted of Nunavut interspersed between the live performances. Neptune Theatre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

June 06, 8:00 PM. Farewell to Bach, Equivoque (harpsichord version) & Stylus (string quartet version). World premieres. World premieres of Stylus (string quartet version). Members of the Tafelmusik string section. . St. Andrew’s United Church, Halifax, NS, Canada.

June 04, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. The Vogue. Vancouver New Music Festival. The Vogue, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

May 16, 2:30 PM. Kyrie. Shari Saunders, soprano; Matthew White, counter-tenor; Alan Gasser, tenor; Martin Houtman, tenor; Stuart Gelzer, bass; The Bach Elgar Choir under the direction of Wayne Strongman. Part of the Open Ears festival sponsored by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The performance was recorded by CBC Radio for subsequent national broadcast on a number of CBC programs. St Peter's Lutheran Church, Kitchener, ON, Canada.

April 24, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Trillium Plus (Arts & Letters) series. Recital Hall, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 13. Footprints in New Snow. Broadcast by CBC North across Nunavut and Northwest territories in Canada’s arctic north. Nunavut and NWT, Canada.

March 29, 8:00 PM. Nadir. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Valerie Kuinka, viola. Collaboration Series. DuMaurier Theatre Centre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 29, 8:00 PM. Kyrie. Shari Saunders, soprano; Matthew White, counter-tenor; Alan Gasser, tenor; Stuart Gelzer, bass; The Bach Elgar Choir and an ensemble of two double basses, percussion and organ under the direction of Wayne Strongman. Rosedale United Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 28, 8:00 PM. Kyrie. World premiere. Shari Saunders, soprano; Matthew White, counter-tenor; Alan Gasser, tenor; Stuart Gelzer, bass; The Bach Elgar Choir and an ensemble of two double basses, percussion and organ under the direction of Wayne Strongman;. Rosedale United Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 11, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Joseph Salvalaggio, oboe. Program recorded by Classical 96 FM. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 01, 7:30 PM. Heirmos. European premiere. Spectrum Contemporary Music Ensemble; English Chamber Choir; Guy Protheroe, conductor. Part of the Byzantine Festival in London 1998. Hatzis attended the performance and gave a pre-concert lecture. Cathedral of St. Sophia Moscow Road, W2, London, UK.

January 12, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Stephen Clarke, piano. Part of the Faculty’s New Music Festival. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 11, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Collaborations Festival. DuMaurier Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 11, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Trillium Plus (Arts & Letters) series. London Regional Art and Historical Museum, London, Ontario, Canada.

January 09, 8:00 PM. An All-Hatzis concert. An All-Hatzis program. Tetragrammaton (Barbara Hannigan, soprano), Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba), Melisma[/b] (Peter Stoll, clarinet), Of Threads and Labyrinths (Joe Salvalaggio, oboe & Sanya Eng, harp). Footprints in New Snow. Faculty Artists Series. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

1997

December 09, 8:00 PM. Pavillons en l' Air. Jane Maness, tuba; Ron Brown, percussion. Part of the Canadian Chamber Ensemble’s “Approaching the Third Millennium” series. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, Canada.

November 15, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. 'Spirit of the Drum’ event sponsored by the Percussive Arts Society. Fraser Auditorium, Huntington University, Huntington, Ontario, Canada.

October 22, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Adams Auditorium, Newport, UK.

June 24, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites & Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Fertility Rites (Beverley Johnston, marimba). Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)] (The Cikada ensemble—Norway). Northern Encounters Festival. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

June 12, 7:30 PM. Nadir. Angelica Castello, recorder; Glenys Webster, viola. Amstelkerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

May 24, 7:30 PM. Nadir. Dancers for Life Vancouver; Tonja Livingston, solo dance; Jennifer Mascall, choreographer (from “Not Only but Also”). The Playhouse Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

May 21, 1:00 PM. Nadir. Angelica Castello, recorder; Glenys Webster, viola. Bachzaal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

May 11. Nadir. Angelica Castello, recorder; Glenys Webster, viola. International Altviool Dag, Bachzaal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

April 04, 8:00 PM. Fertility Rites. World premiere. Beverley Johnston, marimba. Faculty Artists Series, Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. A concert featuring composer Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 04, 8:00 PM. Christos Hatzis - Beverley Johnston concert. World premiere. Faculty Artists Series, Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. A concert featuring composer Christos Hatzis and percussionist Beverley Johnston. Hatzis's compositions on the program: 1. Pavillons En l'Air (Scott Irvine, tuba & Beverley Johnston, percussion). 2. Fertility Rites (world premiere—Beverley Johnston, marimba). 3. Equivoque (Joseph Macerollo, accordion). Orbiting Garden (Steven Clarke, piano). Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 22, 8:00 PM. Tetragrammaton. Kimberley Enns-Hildebrand, soprano. The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 13. Nadir. Angelica Castello, recorder; Glenys Webster, viola. Sweelinck Conservatorium of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

March 12, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The Smith Quartet (U.K.). Geiger-Torel Room, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 12, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The Smith Quartet (U.K.) Innovations in Concert. Chapelle historique du Bon Pasteur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

March 10, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The Smith Quartet (U.K.). New Works Calgary concert. Engineered Air Theatre, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

March 09, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. Nunavut later renamed String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening). The Smith Quartet (U.K.). Vancouver New Music Society concert. Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

February 18, 8:00 PM. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. South Recital Hall, School of Music, University of Louisville. Kentucky, USA.

February 13, 7:30 PM. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. Dingeldine Music Center, Bradley University, Peoria, IL, USA.

January 27, 8:00 PM. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. Wilde Auditorium, The Hartt School, Hartford, CT, USA.

January 10. Stylus. "Two New Hours" studio recording. Marie Berard, violin; Douglas Perry, viola; Joseph Petric, accordion. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 07, 9:00 PM. Footprints in New Snow. National broadcast on the CBC Radio program Encore. This was the sixth national broadcast of this documentary composition in less than a year (second broadcast on Encore in less than four months). CBC Radio 2, Canada.

1996

October 09, 8:00 PM. Omen. The Composers’ Orchestra, Gary Kulesha, conducting. Part of the ‘Made In Canada’ Festival. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 08, 8:00 PM. From the Vanishing Gardens of Eden. The viola section of the Toronto Symphony, Jukka Pekka Saraste, conducting. Part of the ‘Made In Canada’ Festival. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

September 06, 11:00 AM. Footprints in New Snow. Broadcast on the CBC Radio program Radio Concert Hall preceded by an interview of the composer and producer Keith Horner by program host Peter Tiefenbach. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

August 11, 11:15 PM. Footprints in New Snow. Second "Two New Hours" broadcast, CBC Radio. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

June 28. Footprints in New Snow. Footprints in New Snow was selected as the winner of the Prix Italia ’96 Special Prize for Music. This was the first time this prestigious international award was given to a Canadian composer. The composition has been subsequently requested by numerous international radio networks for broadcast.

June 11. Nadir (Mascall Dance). Mascall Dance. The presentation was part of the Dance Canada Festival. Atelier Theatre, National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

March 31, 11:15 PM. Footprints in New Snow. World Radio premiere. World Radio premiere, Two New Hours, CBC Stereo. A few days after the nation-wide broadcast, Footprints in New Snow was selected as the CBC 1996 submission to the Prix Italia. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

March 24, 8:00 PM. Jennifer Mascall / Christos Hatzis collaboration. The Vancouver based Jennifer Mascall Dance Company presented an evening of new work by choreographer Jennifer Mascall based entirely on music by Christos Hatzis. The following Hatzis works, all originally conceived as the "Earthrise" cycle, were choreographed: Orbiting Garden, Nadir, The Mega4 Meta4 and Crucifix. Hatzis attended all the performances. Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

March 22, 8:00 PM. Jennifer Mascall / Christos Hatzis collaboration. The Vancouver based Jennifer Mascall Dance Company presented an evening of new work by choreographer Jennifer Mascall based entirely on music by Christos Hatzis. The following Hatzis works, all originally conceived as the "Earthrise" cycle, were choreographed: Orbiting Garden, Nadir, The Mega4 Meta4 and Crucifix. Hatzis attended all the performances. Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

March 21, 8:00 PM. Jennifer Mascall / Christos Hatzis collaboration. The Vancouver based Jennifer Mascall Dance Company presented an evening of new work by choreographer Jennifer Mascall based entirely on music by Christos Hatzis. The following Hatzis works, all originally conceived as the "Earthrise" cycle, were choreographed: Orbiting Garden, Nadir, The Mega4 Meta4 and Crucifix. Hatzis attended all the performances. Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

March 20, 8:00 PM. Jennifer Mascall / Christos Hatzis collaboration. The Vancouver based Jennifer Mascall Dance Company presented an evening of new work by choreographer Jennifer Mascall based entirely on music by Christos Hatzis. The following Hatzis works, all originally conceived as the "Earthrise" cycle, were choreographed: Orbiting Garden, Nadir, The Mega4 Meta4 and Crucifix. Hatzis attended all the performances. Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

February 24, 8:00 PM. Heirmos. The Bach-Elgar Choir under the direction of Wayne Strongman; Lawrence Cherney, oboe d’ amore. St. Stanislaus R.C. Polish Church; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

February 22, 8:00 PM. The Idea of Canada (duplicate). Performance of the entire documentary/composition in a CBC sponsored program featuring works created at the Experimental Audio Room (EAR) of the CBC Broadcast Centre. Hatzis and producer Steve Wadhams introduced the project to the audience. The Music Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

January 17, 8:00 PM. The Idea of Canada. Performance of a segment of the work at a concert by the Canadian Contemporary Ensemble titled ‘O Canada’. Maureen Forrester Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

January 01. Burial Ground. Hatzis’ Burial Ground was shortlisted as one of the four finalists for the Jean A. Chalmers National Music Award for Composition. (The award eventually went to his colleague Chan Ka Nin. Hatzis was awarded the Jean A. Chalmers National Music Award for his composition Nunavut in 1998).

1995

December 20. Erotikos Logos (CD recording). December 20 - 24. Studio recording of Erotikos Logos, Three Songs on Poems by Sappho and Arcana at the CBC Music Studio (211), Broadcast Centre, Toronto. Monica Whicher, soprano; Ronald Greydanus, countertenor; Joachim Valdepeñas, clarinet; Steven Dann, viola; David Hetherington, cello; Mark Widner, piano; Trevor Tureski, percussion; Robert Aitken, conductor. Keith Horner, producer; Doug Doctor, engineer. The recording was later released as Erotikos Logos, a Marquis Classics CD. CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

December 03, 11:30 PM. Crucifix. World Radio premiere. Chari Polatos, vocalist. World radio premiere of the work on the CBC Radio program Two New Hours. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

November 21. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Studio recording of the piece for Danish Radio. Copenhagen, Denmark.

November 07, 8:00 PM. Tetragrammaton. World premiere. Kimberley Enns-Hildebrand, soprano; NUMUS concert series. Waterloo Community Arts Centre (The Button Factory), Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

October 29, 8:00 PM. Erotikos Logos. World premiere. New Music Concerts opened its 25th anniversary concert season with a concert titled "Erotikos Logos; An Evening with Christos Hatzis" featuring three song cycles by Christos Hatzis: Erotikos Logos (world premiere) on texts in modern Greek by George Seferis, , (world premiere) on texts in classical Greek by Sappho and Arcana, on English texts by Gwendolyn MacEwen. Ronald Greydanus sang Erotikos Logos, New York based sopranist Kyle Church Greydanus sang Three Songs on Poems by Sappho and soprano Monica Whicher sang Arcana. The virtuoso ensemble consisting of clarinetist Joaquin Valdepeñas, violist Steven Dann, cellist David Hetherington, pianist Mark Widner and percussionist Trevor Tureski was conducted by Robert Aitken. The concert was recorded by CBC Radio and was broadcast on the program ‘Two New Hours’ on December 10. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 29, 8:00 PM. Three Songs on Poems by Sappho. World premiere. New Music Concerts opened its 25th anniversary concert season with a concert titled "Erotikos Logos; An Evening with Christos Hatzis" featuring three song cycles by Christos Hatzis: Erotikos Logos (world premiere) on texts in modern Greek by George Seferis, , (world premiere) on texts in classical Greek by Sappho and Arcana, on English texts by Gwendolyn MacEwen. Ronald Greydanus sang Erotikos Logos, New York based sopranist Kyle Church Greydanus sang Three Songs on Poems by Sappho and soprano Monica Whicher sang Arcana. The virtuoso ensemble consisting of clarinetist Joaquin Valdepeñas, violist Steven Dann, cellist David Hetherington, pianist Mark Widner and percussionist Trevor Tureski was conducted by Robert Aitken. The concert was recorded by CBC Radio and was broadcast on the program ‘Two New Hours’ on December 10. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 29, 8:00 PM. Arcana. New Music Concerts opened its 25th anniversary concert season with a concert titled "Erotikos Logos; An Evening with Christos Hatzis" featuring three song cycles by Christos Hatzis: Erotikos Logos (world premiere) on texts in modern Greek by George Seferis, , (world premiere) on texts in classical Greek by Sappho and Arcana, on English texts by Gwendolyn MacEwen. Ronald Greydanus sang Erotikos Logos, New York based sopranist Kyle Church Greydanus sang Three Songs on Poems by Sappho and soprano Monica Whicher sang Arcana. The virtuoso ensemble consisting of clarinetist Joaquin Valdepeñas, violist Steven Dann, cellist David Hetherington, pianist Mark Widner and percussionist Trevor Tureski was conducted by Robert Aitken. The concert was recorded by CBC Radio and was broadcast on the program ‘Two New Hours’ on December 10. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

October 26, 8:00 PM. Prisma. Canadian premiere. The S.M.C.Q. ensemble under the direction of Walter Boudreau. S.M.C.Q. concert series. La Salle Pierre Mercure, Montréal, Québec, Canada.

October 24, 8:00 PM. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. Wick Center, Daemen College, Amherst, New York, USA.

October 10. Melisma. World premiere. October 10 - 29. World premiere and repeat performances of Melisma. Jean-Guy Boisver, clarinet. Performance venues included Trois-Rivières; St. Johns, Newfoundland; Montréal; Ottawa; Toronto (Music Gallery on Oct. 27 and the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto); London, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta. The Calgary performance was recorded by CBC for subsequent broadcast. Various venues and Canadian cities.

June 15. Footprints in New Snow—Travel to Baffin Island June 15-26 1995. June 15 - 26. Hatzis and CBC Radio producer Keith Horner travelled to Canada’s Northwest Territories (Nunavut) to record and interview Inuit Throat singers. Their project will result in a CBC one-hour special on the Inuit and their culture—a hybrid form of radio documentary and electroacoustic composition—based on the collected material from this trip. Recordings of Angela Atagootak, Pauline Kyak, Elisha Kilabuk, Koomoo Noveyak, Eligah Maggitak, Napachie Pootoogook, Timagiak Petautassie and Haunak Mikigak were made at Iqaluit and Cape Dorset on Baffin Island. The project was funded by the CBC and the Ontario Arts Council. Several Hatzis compositions were created in response to this research in the Arctic, the most important being Footprints in New Snow.

June 12, 2:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Douglas Perry, viola. Electroacoustic music series. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

April 10, 8:30 PM. Burial Ground. European premiere. Members of the Hellenic Contemporary Ensemble. Organized by the Union of Greek Composers and the Hellenic American Union. Theatre of the Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece.

April 04, 8:00 PM. Of Threads & Labyrinths. World premiere. Lawrence Cherney, oboe; Erica Goodman, harp. Part of the Encounters ’95 series presented by Soundstreams Canada in association with the CBC Radio programs Two New Hours and Choral Concert, this concert featured the work of guest composer John Taverner and Christos Hatzis (this was Tavener’s first visit to Canada). Grace Church-on-the-hill, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 04, 8:00 PM. Heirmos. World premiere. Elmer Iseler Singers, Lawrence Cherney, oboe d’ amore; Paul Meyer, violin; Steven Dann, viola; Thomas Wiebe, cello; Erica Goodman, harp, Russell Hartenberger, percussion under the direction of Elmer Iseler. The concert was recorded for subsequent broadcast by the CBC and several European networks. Part of the Encounters ’95 series presented by Soundstreams Canada in association with the CBC Radio programs Two New Hours and Choral Concert, this concert featured the work of guest composer John Taverner and Christos Hatzis (this was Tavener’s first visit to Canada). Grace Church-on-the-hill, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 11, 8:00 PM. Hurraymusic. Hurraymusic, a three minute miniature by Hatzis was performed by Arraymusic as part of ‘Furniture’, a new dance work by choreographer David Earle for the Toronto Dance Theatre. Winchester Street Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 10, 8:00 PM. Hurraymusic. Hurraymusic, a three minute miniature by Hatzis was performed by Arraymusic as part of ‘Furniture’, a new dance work by choreographer David Earle for the Toronto Dance Theatre. Winchester Street Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 09, 8:00 PM. Hurraymusic. Hurraymusic, a three minute miniature by Hatzis was performed by Arraymusic as part of ‘Furniture’, a new dance work by choreographer David Earle for the Toronto Dance Theatre. Winchester Street Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 08, 8:00 PM. Hurraymusic. Hurraymusic, a three minute miniature by Hatzis was performed by Arraymusic as part of ‘Furniture’, a new dance work by choreographer David Earle for the Toronto Dance Theatre. Winchester Street Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 07, 8:00 PM. Hurraymusic. Hurraymusic, a three minute miniature by Hatzis was performed by Arraymusic as part of ‘Furniture’, a new dance work by choreographer David Earle for the Toronto Dance Theatre. Winchester Street Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 16, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Byzantium choreographed by Lambros Lambrou. Part of the ‘Myths and Mythology’ presentation by Ballet Austin. Hatzis attended the performances as guest of Ballet Austin. Bass Concert Hall, Austin, Texas, USA.

February 15, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Byzantium choreographed by Lambros Lambrou. Part of the ‘Myths and Mythology’ presentation by Ballet Austin. Hatzis attended the performances as guest of Ballet Austin. Bass Concert Hall, Austin, Texas, USA.

February 01, 12:30 PM. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Recital Hall, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

1994

December 15. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. Espace Musique concert. Perez Hall, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

October 21, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The Music Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

September 20. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Espace Musique concert. Freiman Recital Hall, Perez Hall, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

September 09. Byzantium (Austin Ballet). Three performances by Ballet Austin (Texas) of 'Byzantium', a dance work by the ballet's artistic director, choreographer Lambros Lambrou. 'Byzantium' is a new choreography by Lambrou of Hatzis' 'Byzantium,' originally choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh and danced by the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company in London. UK. Cypria Festival i, Nicosia, Cyprus.

September 08. Byzantium (Austin Ballet). Three performances by Ballet Austin (Texas) of 'Byzantium', a dance work by the ballet's artistic director, choreographer Lambros Lambrou. 'Byzantium' is a new choreography by Lambrou of Hatzis' 'Byzantium,' originally choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh and danced by the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company in London. UK. Cypria Festival i, Nicosia, Cyprus.

September 07. Byzantium (Austin Ballet). Three performances by Ballet Austin (Texas) of 'Byzantium', a dance work by the ballet's artistic director, choreographer Lambros Lambrou. 'Byzantium' is a new choreography by Lambrou of Hatzis' 'Byzantium,' originally choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh and danced by the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company in London. UK. Cypria Festival i, Nicosia, Cyprus.

September 06. Byzantium (Austin Ballet). Three performances by Ballet Austin (Texas) of 'Byzantium', a dance work by the ballet's artistic director, choreographer Lambros Lambrou. 'Byzantium' is a new choreography by Lambrou of Hatzis' 'Byzantium,' originally choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh and danced by the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company in London. UK. Cypria Festival i, Nicosia, Cyprus.

September 05. Byzantium (Austin Ballet). Three performances by Ballet Austin (Texas) of 'Byzantium', a dance work by the ballet's artistic director, choreographer Lambros Lambrou. 'Byzantium' is a new choreography by Lambrou of Hatzis' 'Byzantium,' originally choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh and danced by the Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company in London. UK. Cypria Festival i, Nicosia, Cyprus.

June 11, 8:00 PM. Nunavut [String Quartet No. 1 (The Awakening)]. World premiere. The Smith Quartet; Greenwich Festival. St. Alfege Church, Greenwich, London, UK.

March 05, 8:00 PM. Burial Ground. World premiere. Fifth Species woodwind quintet, Anne Thompson, flute;, Libby van Cleve, oboe; (unknown clarinetist); James Sommerville, horn; Shannon Peet, bassoon. Music Gallery, Toronto, Canada.

February 04, 12:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Music Western concert series. Von Kuster Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

1993

December 10, 1:30 PM. Orbiting Garden. Kevin Putz, piano; Musica Nova concert series. Kilburn Hall, Eastman School of Music, Rochester N.Y., USA.

November 26, 12:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The concert was recorded by CBC Radio for two subsequent broadcasts on The Arts Tonight program. Eckhardt- Gramatte Theatre, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba., Canada.

October 16, 12:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Umbrella concert. Eastminster Church, Toronto, ON, Canada.

September 15. The Idea of Canada. September 15-26. Selected by the CBC, The Idea of Canada represented Canada at the Prix Italia in Rome. It was awarded the Premio Speciale. Rome, Italy.

June 27, 8:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. Douglas Perry, viola. International Viola Congress. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA.

April 25. On Cerebral Dominance. The Pierrot Ensemble. Espace Musique. Canadian Museum of Nature; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

April 18, 5:00 PM. Byzantium. Libby van Cleve, oboe. CBGB Gallery; New York, NY, USA.

March 29. The Idea of Canada. Selected by the CBC, The Idea of Canada represented Canada at the Prix Futura in Berlin.

March 10, 8:00 PM. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. The concert was the official launching of the compact disc Regarding Starlight by the Musica Viva label which includes Hatzis' Nadir. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

February 04, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Libby van Cleve, oboe. Fifth Species quintet concert. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

January 24, 8:00 PM. Byzantium. Libby van Cleve, oboe. Sponsored by the Center for Studies in Music Technology. Sprague Hall; School of Music; Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.

January 13. Anaktoria. World premiere. World premiere of 'Anaktoria' (now incorporated into 'Three Songs on Poems by Sappho'). Savina Yannatou, contralto; The Hellenic Ensemble of Contemporary Music, Miltos Logiadis, conductor. Part of the Millennium series. Goethe Institute, Athens, Greece.

1992

November 19. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada.

October 04. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. Maison du Citoyen, Hull, Quebec, Canada.

October 02, 7:00 PM. The Idea of Canada. World premiere. World premiere of The Idea of Canada which documents ". . . competing concepts of Canada contained in various prerecorded 'found texts' as sound source". The work was commissioned by CBC Radio for the tenth anniversary of Glenn Gould's death. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

September 26, 8:00 PM. The Go(u)ldberg Variations. World premiere. of The Gouldberg Variations for MIDI piano and chamber orchestra by Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne during the inauguration concerts of the CBC-Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto under the direction of Lorraine Vaillancourt. This concert, which was part of the Glenn Gould Conference, marked the 10th anniversary of Glenn Gould's death and the anniversary of what would have been his sixtieth birthday. The performance was recorded by the CBC for Two New Hours. Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada.

August 06. Orbiting Garden. Joseph Petric, accordion. St. John's Anglican Church, Elora, Ontario, Canada.

June 06. On Cerebral Dominance. was recorded in a studio in London, UK by the British ensemble Spectrum under the direction of Guy Protheroe.

May 16. Crucifix. World premiere. The recording of Byzantium, a compact disc of Hatzis' music released by Centrediscs. The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 07. From the Vanishing Gardens of Eden. The viola section of the Toronto Symphony, Hugh Wolf conducting. 'Evening Overtures'. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 06. From the Vanishing Gardens of Eden. World premiere. The viola section of the Toronto Symphony, Hugh Wolf conducting; 'Evening Overtures'. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 22. Orbiting Garden. Accordion World premiere. Joseph Petric, accordion. St. Johnsmith Square, London, UK.

April 08. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano; Seattle Spring Festival. Brechemin Auditorium, School of Music, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.

April 08. Orbiting Garden. Laurent Philippe, piano. The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 07. Byzantium. The Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company; Christopher Redgate, oboe. Spring Dance Festival. Utrecht Municipal Theatre, Utrecht, Netherlands.

March 07. Byzantium. The Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company; Christopher Redgate, oboe. Spring Dance Festival. Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, UK.

March 07. Byzantium. The Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company; Christopher Redgate, oboe. Atelier Ste Anne, Brussels, Belgium.

March 06. Byzantium. The Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company; Christopher Redgate, oboe. Atelier Ste Anne, Brussels, Belgium.

February 29, 8:00 PM. "Man Alive" 25th Anniversary broadcast CBC Television. The CBC Television Network celebrated the 25th anniversary of the weekly program Man Alive with a special one hour documentary called Progress and Prophecy. The soundtrack for this documentary was composed by Hatzis and includes extensive excerpts from Orbiting Garden as well as additional original material. CBC Radio 2, Canada.

February 05. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. Von der Mehden Hall, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA.

1991

November 30. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Phoenix Arts, Leicester, UK.

November 28. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. NUMUS concert series. The performance was recorded for the CBC 'Two New Hours' radio program. Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada.

November 28. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Arts Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

November 27. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Fringe Benefits Festival. Derbyshire College, Derby, UK.

November 23. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Contemporary Archives Festival. Watermans Arts Centre, Middlesex, UK.

November 22. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Contemporary Archives Festival. Watermans Arts Centre, Middlesex, UK.

November 21. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Contemporary Archives Festival. Watermans Arts Centre, Middlesex, UK.

November 14. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Contemporary Archives Festival. Nottingham, UK.

November 07, 8:00 PM. The Mega4 Meta4. World premiere. Douglas Perry, viola. Canadian Electronic Ensemble concert. The Mega4 Meta4 was recorded on December 13 for subsequent broadcast on the CBC Radio program "Two New Hours" with Douglas Perry as soloist. Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 02. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Arnolfini, Bristol, UK.

November 01. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Arnolfini, Bristol, UK.

October 30. Byzantium. World premiere. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. The Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, UK.

October 29. Byzantium. World premiere. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. The Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, UK.

October 19. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Dance Umbrella Festival. The Place Theatre, London, UK.

October 18. Byzantium. World premiere. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Dance Umbrella Festival. The Place Theatre, London, UK.

October 17. Byzantium. World premiere. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Dance Umbrella Festival. The Place Theatre, London, UK.

October 16. Byzantium. "Press night" performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Dance Umbrella Festival. The Place Theatre, London, UK.

October 06. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Alhambra Theatre Studio, Bradford, UK.

October 05. Byzantium. New Cities/Ancient Lands. Bradford, UK.

October 03. Byzantium. Performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

October 02. Byzantium. Preview performance of New Cities/Ancient Lands. Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

April 21. The Birth of Venus. Robert Black, double bass. North American Music Festival. Halwalls Auditorium, Buffalo, NY, USA.

April 18. Beyond the Pillars of Hercules. World premiere. The Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Okko Kamu, conducting. The concert was broadcast live on April 18 in Quebec by Radio Canada and across Canada on April 22 on the CBC-Radio program 'Mostly Music.' On May 13 it was broadcast on the CBC program 'Arts National' and on July 14 on 'Two New Hours.' Note: Beyond the Pillars of Hercules is no longer in circulation. Place des arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

April 16. Beyond the Pillars of Hercules. World premiere. The Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Okko Kamu, conducting. The concert was broadcast live on April 18 in Quebec by Radio Canada and across Canada on April 22 on the CBC-Radio program 'Mostly Music.' On May 13 it was broadcast on the CBC program 'Arts National' and on July 14 on 'Two New Hours.' Note: Beyond the Pillars of Hercules is no longer in circulation. Place des arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

April 03. The Birth of Venus. World premiere. Robert Black, double bass. South Florida Composers' Alliance 'Subtropics III' Music Festival. Miami, Florida, USA.

1990

September 30. Prisma & Pavillons En l'Air. Pavillons En l'Air performed by Scott Irvine, tuba and Beverley Johnston, percussion. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

September 29. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. 'New from the USA' festival. Sao Paolo, Brazil.

September 28. Nadir. Performance of Nadir by members of the Borealis chamber ensemble. World Music Days by the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM). Oslo, Norway.

1989

December 27. Pavillons En l'Air. On the last Two New Hours program of 1989, Pavillons En l' Air was chosen by host Augusta La Paix as her favorite composition broadcast by that weekly program in 1989. Two New Hours, CBC Radio2, Canada.

December 06. Orbiting Garden (duplicate). Anthony de Mare, piano. Logos Foundation. Gent, Belgium.

November 30. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. Asociacion Cultural Hispano-Norte Americana. Madrid, Spain.

November 23. Pavillons En l'Air. Roberto Occhipinti, double bass and Beverley Johnston, percussion. Belfast Festival. Queen's University , Belfast, Ireland.

November 20. Pavillons En l'Air. Roberto Occhipinti, double bass and Beverley Johnston, percussion. Huddersfield Festival. Huddersfield, UK.

November 02. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, USA.

October 05. Equivoque. Joseph Petric, accordion. ACREQ concert. The concert was recorded by Radio Canada for broadcast at the Musique Actuelles radio program. Theatre La Loge, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

August 23. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. Monadnock Music Festival. Peterborough, NH, USA.

July 30. Hatzis Music at the Athens Festival. Christos Hatzis and the Arraymusic ensemble presented two concerts at the prestigious Athens Festival featuring five new works by Hatzis along with works by Canadian and Greek composers. The Hatzis works featured at the festival were Prisma(World premiere-Arraymusic), Orbiting Garden (Christina Petrowska, piano-European premiere), Pavillons En l'Air (Beverley Johnston, percussion; Roberto Occhipinti, double bass-World premiere), and On Cerebral Dominance (Arraymusic). Mt. Lecabettus amphitheatre, Athens, Greece.

July 29. Hatzis Music at the Athens Festival. World premieres, European premieres. Christos Hatzis and the Arraymusic ensemble presented two concerts at the prestigious Athens Festival featuring five new works by Hatzis along with works by Canadian and Greek composers. The Hatzis works featured at the festival were Prisma(World premiere-Arraymusic), Orbiting Garden (Christina Petrowska, piano-European premiere), Pavillons En l'Air (Beverley Johnston, percussion; Roberto Occhipinti, double bass-World premiere), and On Cerebral Dominance (Arraymusic). Mt. Lecabettus amphitheatre, Athens, Greece.

May 18. The Temptation of St. Anthony. Live diffusion. Spectrum concert, part of "The Greek Festival in London.". Southbank Centre, London, UK.

May 14. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. San Diego, CA, USA.

May 12. Pavillons En l'Air. World premiere. Scott Irvine, tuba and Beverley Johnston, percussion. (Broadcast on CBC Radio's "Two New Hours" on July 16.). Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 12. Pavillons En l'Air (duplicate). World premiere. Scott Irvine, tuba and Beverley Johnston, percussion. (Broadcast on CBC Radio's "Two New Hours" on July 16.). Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 01. Orbiting Garden. Anthony de Mare, piano. Victoria, BC, Canada.

April 16. Orbiting Garden. USA premiere. Anthony de Mare, piano. North American Music Festival. Buffalo, NY, USA.

April 08. Orbiting Garden. World premiere. Anthony de Mare, piano. The Music Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada.

March 17. Nadir. b]Nadir[/b] was choreographed by Holly Small and presented by the York University Dancers at Toronto's National Ballet School on March 17 and 18. It has been performed by the same group several times since then. National Ballet School, Toronto, ON, Canada.

1988

December 04, 8:00 PM. Nadir & On Cerebral Dominance. New Music Concerts featured Nadir and On Cerebral Dominance in a programme of works by Iannis Xenakis and Hatzis. The programme was recorded live by CBC for subsequent broadcast on Two New Hours. Premiere Dance Theatre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, Canada.

August 23. The Temptation of St. Anthony. The Temptation of St. Anthony represented Canada at the International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music in Stockholm during the last week of August. Stockholm, Sweden.

August 16. Hatzis's music in Greece. Hatzis and an ensemble consisting of Suzanne Shulman (flute), Robert Stevenson (clarinet), Marie Berard (violin), Douglas Perry (viola), Christina Petrowska (piano) and Beverley Johnston (percussion) toured Greece between August 6 and 17. On Cerebral Dominance (world premiere) was performed on August 8 in Volos and was also performed along with Nadir and The Temptation of St. Anthony in Athens on August 10 and 11 and in Ekali on August 16. Mary Papaioannou home, Ekali, Athens, Greece.

August 11. Hatzis's music in Greece. Hatzis and an ensemble consisting of Suzanne Shulman (flute), Robert Stevenson (clarinet), Marie Berard (violin), Douglas Perry (viola), Christina Petrowska (piano) and Beverley Johnston (percussion) toured Greece between August 6 and 17. On Cerebral Dominance (world premiere) was performed on August 8 in Volos and was also performed along with Nadir and The Temptation of St. Anthony in Athens on August 10 and 11 and in Ekali on August 16. Amphitheater in Athens, Greece.

August 10. Hatzis's music in Greece. Hatzis and an ensemble consisting of Suzanne Shulman (flute), Robert Stevenson (clarinet), Marie Berard (violin), Douglas Perry (viola), Christina Petrowska (piano) and Beverley Johnston (percussion) toured Greece between August 6 and 17. On Cerebral Dominance (world premiere) was performed on August 8 in Volos and was also performed along with Nadir and The Temptation of St. Anthony in Athens on August 10 and 11 and in Ekali on August 16. Amphitheater in Athens, Greece.

August 08. Hatzis's music in Greece. World premiere (on Cerebral Dominance). Hatzis and an ensemble consisting of Suzanne Shulman (flute), Robert Stevenson (clarinet), Marie Berard (violin), Douglas Perry (viola), Christina Petrowska (piano) and Beverley Johnston (percussion) toured Greece between August 6 and 17. On Cerebral Dominance (world premiere) was performed on August 8 in Volos and was also performed along with Nadir and The Temptation of St. Anthony in Athens on August 10 and 11 and in Ekali on August 16. Municipal Amphitheater, Volos Greece.

May 20. Nadir. Peter Hannan, recorder; Douglas Perry. Recorded for a broadcast at the CBC Radio show "Two New Hours" on August 14. It was recorded again by the same performance on October 26 and released on the CBC Musica Viva CD "Regarding Starlight". Toronto, ON, Canada.

April 29, 8:00 PM. Nadir. World premiere. Peter Hannan, recorder; Douglas Perry. Canadians Electronic Ensemble concert. Toronto, ON, Canada.

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