Concerts, Current Projects, and Press

 

CONCERTS AND PRESS

Mother of Exiles was premiered by Lorelei Ensemble on June 10th and 11th, 2017 as part of the Witness concert series. Reviewed here by the Boston Globe.

Dawn for mixed choir and percussion was premiered by Six Degree Singers for their Sixth Anniversary concert on May 30th, 2016.

Summer Palette, a set of miniatures for two flutes, was premiered by Su Lian Tan and Carol Wincenc as part of Juventas New Music Ensemble's "Emerge" concert series. September 19th and 20th, 2015, First Church in Cambridge.

Nokomis' Fall for women's voices was premiered by Lorelei Ensemble on October 31st, 2014 at 8pm and November 2nd at 3pm, Marsh Chapel at Boston University. Reviewed here by the Boston Globe. 

Crystalline for solo organ was premiered by Carson Cooman at the 2014 La Verna International Organ Festival. The US premiere will be February 24th, 2015, at Harvard's Memorial Church.

Minnesota Public Radio's Steve Staruch interviews Beth Willer and Emily Culler of Lorelei Ensemble, featuring the studio recording of Mary Montgomery Koppel's A la lune. Listen here.

Su Lian Tan (flute) and John McDonald (piano) performed Horizons on a recital at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore. January 22, 2014, 12:15pm.

Lorelei Ensemble's winter concert, "live. know. love." featured the premiere of Mary Montgomery Koppel's La douce pensée. January 10, 8pm, Marsh Chapel, Boston University. See review here.

As part of The Michigan Recital Project, Mary Montgomery Koppel's piece The Death of Minnehaha  was premiered by Emily Marvosh, Margot Rood, Jessica Lizak, and Joe Turbessi at multiple locations throughout Michigan. 

Mary Montgomery Koppel's piece A la lune is featured on Lorelei Ensemble's newly released commercial CD, live.know.love. 

Mary Montgomery Koppel's piece A la lune is featured on Lorelei Ensemble's newly released commercial CD, live.know.love. 

 Image designed by David Zinn

 Image designed by David Zinn