SYMPHONIES
(alphabetical order by composer)
The names of conductors with whom I have performed only portions of indicated works are given in italics.

Beethoven 1 (Douglas Bakenhus, Kolja Blacher, Ronald Braunstein, David Loebel, David Mairs, Roger Nierenberg, Marianna Gabbi, Sebastian Lang-Lessing, Christopher Wilkins), 2 (R. Braunstein, Damon Gupton, R. Nierenberg, Lee Schaenen, Charles Ellis, D. Mairs), 3 (Terence Frazor, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, Daniel Sternberg, Gerhard Zimmerman, S. Lang-Lessing, Robert Rudié, C. Wilkins), 4 (Raymond Harvey, James Livingston, R. Nierenberg, James Sedares, Lawrence Leighton Smith, Lara Webber, C. Wilkins), 5 (C. Ellis, Zdenek Macal, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, Darryl One, Benjamin Zander, S. Lang-Lessing, L. L. Smith, C. Wilkins), 6 (Marin Alsop, R. Braunstein, Andreas Delfs, Z. Macal, R. Nierenberg, Winston Dan Vogel, Scott Yoo, D. Mairs, C. Wilkins), 7 (Igor Buketoff, C. Ellis, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, James Ogle, Theodore Plute, S. Lang-Lessing, Ken-David Masur, Bobby McFerrin, J. Sedares, C. Wilkins, Thomas Wilkins), 8 (C. Ellis, Neal Gittleman, R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins, Harvey Biskin, Clayton Westermann, T. Wilkins), 9 (Cornelius Eberhardt, Louis Lane, R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins, Serge Zehnacker, Michael Krajewski, D. Mairs); Berlioz Roméo et Juliette (S. Lang-Lessing), Symphonie fantastique (Z. Macal, R. Nierenberg, Edwin Outwater, Robert Spano, William Boyer); Bernstein 1 (D. Mairs), 3 (L. L. Smith); Bizet 1 (Michael Moores, R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins); Borodin 2 (Bernard Smith); Boyce 5 (Steve Bayless, Geoffrey Waite); Brahms 1 (Louis Campiglia, Philippe Entremont, JoAnn Falletta, T. Frazor, S. Lang-Lessing), 2 (W. Boyer, I. Buketoff, Sergiu Comissiona, Mark Janas, S. Lang-Lessing, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, Christopher Seaman, Markand Thakar), 3 (Lynn Harrell, S. Lang-Lessing, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, W. D. Vogel, C. Wilkins, J. Sedares), 4 (Akira Endo, S. Lang-Lessing, L. Schaenen, C. Wilkins, J. Ogle, J. Sedares); Britten A Simple Symphony (A. Clyde Roller, Lawrence Wheeler), Spring Symphony (R. Harvey); Bruckner 4 (Christof Perick), 6 (S. Lang-Lessing), 7 (Jahja Ling); Chavez 2 (Enrique Diemecke, R. Nierenberg); Copland 3 (Andrew Litton), Dance Symphony (David Epstein); Corigliano 1 (C. Wilkins); Diamond 4 (D. Mairs); Dvořák 4 (R. Nierenberg), 5 (Michael Christie, S. Lang-Lessing), 6 (R. Harvey), 7 (William Eddins, Z. Macal, R. Nierenberg), 8 (Thomas Briccetti, C. Ellis, T. Frazor, S. Lang-Lessing, J. Ling, D. Mairs, D. One, C. Wilkins, Jean-Marie Zeitouni), 9 (Roger Born, Eugene Dowdy, A. Endo, Simca Heled, Laura Jackson, S. Lang-Lessing, D. Mairs, Larry Rachleff, Philip Brunelle, Carol Crawford, Akiko Fujimoto, Joseph Kirshbaum, Clotilde Otranto, J. Sedares, W. D. Vogel); Elgar 1 (C. Seaman, Joseph Silverstein); Franck Symphony in D minor (W. Boyer, Yves L'Helgoual'ch, D. Mairs, L. Schaenen, D. Sternberg); Górecki 3 (C. Wilkins); Gottschalk 1 (C. Wilkins); Gould American Symphonette No. 2 (W. Boyer, Skitch Henderson, D. Mairs, Frances Schultz); Hanson 2 (D. Mairs, Nicholas Palmer, C. Wilkins, Joseph Carlucci, George Trautwein); Haydn 19 (D. Mairs), 22 (L. L. Smith), 24 (C. Ellis), 31 (D. Mairs), 45 (D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, K.-D. Masur), 49 (R. Braunstein), 60 (C. Wilkins), 61 (M. Moores), 73 (Carlos Miguel Prieto), 82 (C. Ellis, D. Mairs), 83 (D. Mairs), 86 (Franklin Washburn), 93 (C. Wilkins), 94 (Bruno Weil, C. Ellis), 95 (R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins), 98 (John DeMain), 99 (W. D. Vogel), 100 (D. Sternberg), 101 (R. Nierenberg, George Winters, H. Biskin, C. Ellis, D. Mairs), 102 (M. Janas), 103 (L. Schaenen), 104 (Neal Stulberg, Brendan Townsend); Hertel Symphony in G major (F. Schultz); Hindemith Symphony “Mathis der Maler” (R. Nierenberg); Ives 2 (Karen Kamensek); Janacek Sinfonietta (Z. Macal); Kondo, arr. C. Seiter Symphony of the Goddesses (Susie Seiter); LaLande 1 (Ray Pledger); Mahler 1 (L. Schaenen, C. Wilkins, Maurice Peress), 2 (I. Buketoff, Z. Macal, C. Wilkins), 3 (C. Wilkins, R. Born), 4 (Kenneth Moore, W. D. Vogel, C. Wilkins, B. Zander), 5 (E. Diemecke, C. Wilkins, L. Schaenen), 6 (C. Wilkins, W. Boyer), 9 (C. Wilkins); Mendelssohn 1 (R. Nierenberg), 2 (Aaron Hufty, S. Lang-Lessing), 3 (Fabio Mechetti, Alasdair Neale, R. Nierenberg), 4 (Jaime Laredo, D. Mairs, G. Winters, C. Ellis, K.-D. Masur, Roger Melone, R. Nierenberg, W. D. Vogel), 5 (A. Endo, C. Seaman, G. Zimmerman, D. Mairs), String 10 (Paul Haas), String 12 (Sergio Ortiz, S. Comissiona); Mozart, L. “Toy” Symphony (D. Mairs, John Silantien, C. Wilkins); Mozart, W. A. Symphony in F major (K. 19a) (Sergiu Luca), 1 (D. Mairs), 12 (C. Ellis), 19 (S. Luca), 25 (R. Braunstein), 26 (C. Wilkins), 29 (C. Wilkins), 31 (C. Wilkins, G. Winters), 32 (D. Mairs), 33 (A. Litton), 34 (C. Wilkins, G. Winters), 35 (R. Braunstein, D. Epstein, Andrew Gignac, Donald Johanos, K. Moore, R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins, C. Ellis, D. Mairs), 38 (C. Ellis, Eduardo García Barrios, S. Luca, C. Wilkins), 39 (P. Entremont), 40 (C. Eberhardt, E. García Barrios, Bruce Hangen, W. D. Vogel, C. Wilkins, J. Sedares), 41 (Blake Clark, P. Entremont, Gordon Hallberg, C. Wilkins, D. Mairs); Nielsen 4 (E. Diemecke, R. Nierenberg), 5 (D. Mairs); Owens–Skillings Symphony to the Savior (Garry Moore); Pettersson 7 (S. Comissiona); Prokofiev 1 (E. Dowdy, C. William Harwood, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg, E. García Barrios, K.-D. Masur), 5 (A. Neale, Alfred Savia); Rachmaninoff 2 (Richard Buckley, D. Mairs, D. One), 3 (Jeffrey Kahane), “The Bells” (C. Wilkins); Rodríguez A Colorful Symphony (D. Mairs), Sinfonía à la Mariachi (C. Wilkins, E. García Barrios); St.-Georges 1 (D. Mairs); Saint-Saëns 3 (Andrew Grams); Schubert 1 (D. Mairs), 4 (Joel Revzen, Fran DeShong, Jan Nicholson), 5 (R. Braunstein, Jos van Immerseel, C. Ellis, Jerry McCathern), 8 (W. Boyer, I. Buketoff, T. Frazor, William Hammett, Jan McDaniel), 9 (R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins); SchubertJoachim Symphony in C major After Grand Duo (L. L. Smith); Schumann 1 (Samuel Wong, D. Mairs), 2 (J. Falletta, S. Lang-Lessing, R. Nierenberg, C. Wilkins), 3 (Catherine Comet, D. Mairs, R. Nierenberg), 4 (D. Epstein, J. Livingston, Michael Morgan, C. M. Prieto, Keri-Lynn Wilson); Shostakovich 1 (R. Nierenberg, J. Ogle, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski), 5 (W. Boyer, L. Rachleff, Carl St.Clair), 6 (Kazimierz Kord), 8 (Victor Yampolsky), 9 (Sung Kwak, C. Wilkins), 10 (E. Diemecke, C. Wilkins, K.-D. Masur); Sibelius 1 (James Judd, L. Lane, R. Nierenberg, L. Rachleff, C. Wilkins), 2 (D. Mairs, M. Moores, Wayne Muller), 5 (C. Ellis, Alexander Mickelthwate, L. L. Smith); Siegmeister 9 (C. Wilkins); Stamitz Symphony in G major (I. Buketoff); Still 1 (D. Mairs); Stravinsky 1 (M. Moores), Symphony in Three Movements (T. Briccetti, L. Schaenen); Surinach Sinfonietta flamenca (C. Wilkins); Tchaikovsky 2 (S. Lang-Lessing, C. Wilkins, K.-D. Masur), 3 (S. Lang-Lessing), 4 (M. Alsop, I. Buketoff, Isaiah Jackson, S. Lang-Lessing, D. Mairs, C. Wilkins, T. Wilkins, Enrique Barrios, C. Ellis, Peter Nero, G. Trautwein), 5 (W. Boyer, Alondra de la Parra, C. Ellis, A. Endo, R. Nierenberg, C. St.Clair, C. Wilkins, J. Sedares), 6 (Anshel Brusilow, R. Nierenberg, J. Sedares, C. Wilkins, B. Zander, C. Ellis, D. Mairs, K.-D. Masur), “Manfred” (E. García Barrios); Vaughan Williams 1 (W. Boyer), 2 (E. Diemecke); Walton 1 (Grant Llewellyn)


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