2022-24: Harberg appointed inaugural Composer-in-Residence with the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra in a program created by Artistic Director Kyunghun Kim.
2023: Read about Amanda’s recent performances and collaborations here in New Jersey’s premiere arts website, NJArts.
Just out 2023: Three first prizes awarded to Piccolo Concerto, Fever Dreams, and Don’t Forget to Write in 2023 National Flute Association’s Newly Published Music Awards
2022-24: Harberg’s woodwind music used as required repertoire in international, national, and regional competitions, including those run by:
The National Flute Convention, the Australian Flute Festival, the Boston Woodwind Society, the Mid-Atlantic Flute Society, the Chicago Flute Club’s Walfrid Kujala International Piccolo Competition, the Oklahoma Flute Society, the Severino Gazzelloni International Flute Competition, the Vandoren Emerging Artist Competition, the New Jersey Flute Society, the Music Educators Association of New Jersey, and the Philadelphia Flute Society.
2022 to present: Composer as pianist and duo partner Erica Peel join the roster of management company Allegro Music Consultants and perform numerous recitals together annually.
2022: Cedille Records presents Court Dances with saxophonist Julian Velasco and pianist Winston Choi on Velasco’s debut album entitled As We Are.
SELECTED UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
April 21: National Symphony Orchestra’s Millenium Stage and Carole Bean present Harberg’s Hall of Ghosts and Piccolo Sonata
April 29: Juilliard Pre-College Symphony performs Solis conducted by Maestro Adam Glaser
May 5: the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra performs Solis conducted by Maestro Kyunghun Kim
May 7: Bunker Hill Series presents Music of Amanda Harberg and Francis Poulenc. Philadelphia Orchestra musicians Erica Peel (flute/piccolo), Paul Demers (clarinet), Philippe Tondre (oboe), and Jennifer Montone (horn) are joined by Harberg on the piano as well as bassoonist Adrian Morejon, and pianist Allison Franzetti in a concert of chamber music by Harberg and Poulenc. Featuring official world premiere of Crossroads for flute/piccolo, clarinet and piano.
May 9: Allegro Music Consultants presents recital with Philadelphia Orchestra piccolo/flutist Erica Peel and composer/pianist Amanda Harberg
May 20/21: Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra presents Harberg’s Elegy for viola and string orchestra with Maestro Jed Gaylin and violist Jason Diggs
June 1: International Tuba Euphonium Convention presents an all-Harberg program with tubist David Zerkel and pianist Liz Ames, featuring the world premiere of Harberg’s Tuba Sonata.
June 16: Madeline Island Chamber Music series presents Wild Prairie Winds in a performance of Harberg’s Suite for Wind Quintet
July 5-9: International Clarinet Convention presents Harberg’s Clarinet Sonata and Hall of Ghosts for solo clarinet, with clarinetists Tim Bonefant, Julianne Kirk Doyle, and pianist Martha Saywell.
July 21: Newport Classical Music Festival presents New York Philharmonic principal clarinetist Anthony McGill and pianist Anna Polonsky in a performance of Harberg’s Clarinet Sonata.
August 3: National Flute Convention: World premiere of Moonflowers for alto flute and piano with flutist Matthew Roitstein and pianist Amanda Harberg, followed by the NFA premiere of Crossroads for piccolo/flute, English horn and piano with flutist Francesca Arnone and English hornist Amy Collins
August 7: Interlochen Arts Camp presents Prayer performed by the Interlochen Philharmonic conducted by Maestro Chelsea Tipton
August 27: Moab Music Festival presents clarinetist Rob Patterson in a performance of Harberg’s Clarinet Sonata.
October 13-15: The Phoenix Symphony performs Solis conducted by Maestro Tito Munoz
Big shoutout to all the performers who played my music since Winter 2023! Including: Met Opera Orchestra principal clarinetist Anton Rist and the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Kyunghun Kim, CityMusic Cleveland with clarinetist Daniel Gilbert and pianist Donna Lee, the Hopkins Symphony conducted by Maestro Jed Gaylin, Richardson Chamber Players with Flutist Sarah Shin, BU School of Music at Carnegie Hall, National Symphony principal clarinetist Lin Ma and pianist Gloria Engle, clarinetist Jonathan gunn and pianist Alexandre Maynegre-Torre, flutist Cobus du Toit, Quinception Wind Quintet, saxophonist Paul Cohen, pianist Allison Franzetti, flutist Rose Bishop and pianist Abbie Brewer, clarinetist Eric Schultz, flutist Julietta Curenton, flutist Christine Gustafson, flutist Jenni Olson, flutist Daniel Shineberg and pianist Kowoon Lee, flutist Lisa Garner Santa and pianist Se-Hee Jin, flutist Ebonee Thomas, the Cline/Cuestas Duo, bassoonist Conor Bell and pianist Adam Clark, clarinest Mark Cramer, clarinetist Kevin Dayton, and flutist SeungHyun Seo! Also thank you to the many other performers and students not listed who have performed my music over the past season! I am filled with gratitude!