Clarice Assad



Dear Friends,

I hope everyone is doing super well!

This month is quite different from the last one, as I covered a lot of ground. It was fun but exhausting, and now I am gearing up for the new season, finishing up four major scores: a hybrid piano concerto for myself to premiere with the Albany Symphony; a piece for the Camerata Pacifica and Julien Labro called “Petite Suite;” a new work for the Grand Park Festival in May; and the third Chapter of my piece “Chronicles of Ghosts”, commissioned by Newport Classical.

March was terrific; I traveled like crazy and performed with the London Philharmonic, which was amazing, performing my interactive piece É Gol! Then  I traveled to Wheeling, West Virginia, to perform my concerto PLAY! with Third Coast Percussion and the Wheeling Symphony which was a blast!

The month continued, and I had two world premieres on the same weekend: A percussion quartet and orchestra composed by the group MARTELO, and  LILITH, a concerto for piano and orchestra that I wrote for Inna Faliks which she will be soon touring everywhere.

The month culminated with my piece “The Evolution of AI,” – a performance artwork that includes movement, dance, electronics, and chamber orchestra.  It was great performing at home!

I hope you can attend one of these March events!
Thank you for being a subscriber, and I wish you a beautiful month filled with wonder and happiness.


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