The Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra conducted by Allen Robert Gross performed Angels of Light.
OCTET founded by William Susman has recorded and performed his music including his Piano Concerto premiered at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Piccola Accademia degli Specchi, the Rome-based ensemble, gave the European premiere of The Starry Dynamo as part of Nuovi Spazi Musicali contemporary music festival at The American Academy in Rome's Villa Aurelia. PADS has also performed Camille.
The Mana Saxophone Quartet, gave the premiere of The Starry Dynamo for saxophone quartet with Erika Tazawa, piano at the Hot Springs Music Festival.
Palomar is the resident ensemble of Chicago-based organization Access Contemporary Music. They have premiered Native New Yorker on their Sounds of Silent Film annual concert series as well as Three Different Keyboards and Zydeco Madness for solo accordion.
Quintet Tabor is a New York-based ensemble that has performed Six Minute Thirty Seconds for woodwind quintet and Waves for tape and ensemble.
The Buffalo New Music Ensemble under the direction of Michael McCandless performed Twisted Figures (1988) for chamber ensemble. A prolific composer and extraordinary pianist, Michael McCandless was a founding member of two influential new music ensembles, the California E.A.R. Unit, still very much in existence today, and the Buffalo New Music Ensemble, active from 1982 to 1992.
The City Winds This San Francisco wind quintet premiered Six Minutes Thirty Seconds and toured with it throughout the US. The City Winds also performed on the film score Alaska's Arctic Wildlife for The Discovery Channel.
Alternate Currents Performance Ensemble premiered The Starry Dynamo at The Community School of Music in San Francisco.
The Tuolumne Brass under the direction of Tom Heasley premiered The Heavens Above for Brass quintet.
ImageReal Pictures Production company for the film When Medicine Got it Wrong.
Citizen Film Production company for the film Balancing Acts: A Jewish Theatre in the Soviet Union.
Indigenous Lenses Production Company for the film Fate of the Lhapa
Native New Yorker Official Website for the award-winning film.
Bo Boudart Productions Scored several of his wildlife, ecology, cultural, educational and science programs.
Naatak Films Producer of the film Asphyxiating Uma
The New York Chamber Music Festival Founded by Elmira Darvarova, this festival premiered Amores Montuños for flute & marimba, and Seven Scenes for Four Flutes.
The American Festival of Microtonal Music Founded by Johnny Reinhard, this annual New York music festival premiered Turbulence for flute solo and Nnyl for trombone solo.
The Aspen Music Festival The Aspen Orchestra with Stephen Mosko conducting gave the US premier of Trailing Vortices (1986) during Fromm Music Week commissioned in 1985 while Earle Brown was director of the Fromm Music Foundation.
Composer/pianist Francesco Di Fiore gave the European premiere of Quiet Rhythms: Prologue & Action 1 at Zeeuwse Concertzaal, Middelburg, Netherlands as well as in China.
Met Opera musicians principal percussionist Greg Zuber and flutist Patricia Zuber commissioned and premiered Amores Montuños. Patricia Zuber also led a consortium commission and premiere of Seven Scenes for Four Flutes. Both works were premiered at the New York Chamber Music Festival at Symphony Space in NYC.
Multi-wind virtuoso and composer Demetrius Spaneas frequently performs my works including a new live performance version of the award-winning film Native New Yorker.
Erika Tazawa is a native of Japan living in the US. She has performed several pieces from the solo piano work Quiet Rhythms.
Stas Venglevski is a Russian accordion and bayan virtuoso who premiered Zydeco Madness and Three Different Keyboards.
Soprano Jacquelyn Familant has performed Moving in to an Empty Space as well as Waves.
Cellist Joan Jeanrenaud has performed on five recent film scores: When Medicine Got it Wrong, Balancing Acts, Making the Man, Fate of the Lhapa and Oil on Ice recorded at Fantasy Studios and Bay Area Sound Studios.
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Tibetan Vocalist extraordinaire Tsering Wangmo performed on the soundtrack to Fate of the Lhapa.
David Holzman (2003 Grammy Award Nominee) premiered Uprising at The Greenwich House, NYC, and gave the west coast premiere at The Community School for Music & Arts. He also performed Uprising at Old First Concerts in San Francisco.
Joseph Gramley, marimba virtuoso and percussionist for the Silk Road Ensemble, recently recorded Marimba Montuño (2002) for his new CD Global Percussion.
André Emelianoff and Jonathan Haas premiered Floating Falling for cello and timpani at Merkin Concert Hall.
The Netherlands radio station Concert Zender broadcast a two-hour special of Susman's music several times in 2003. Since then they have featured Susman's music on numerous occasions. They play a very diverse and compelling mix 24 hours a day.
Sarah Cahill host of Then & Now on KALW interviewed Susman and Jack Sullivan, author of numerous books on film-scoring. Broadcast included excerpts from Fate of the Lhapa.
Interview with host David Latulippe of KALW 91.7 FM, San Francisco, for David Holzman performance at Old First Concerts and the Community School for Music & Arts. The interview with composer Daniel David Feinsmith included a broadcast of Susman's Twisted Figures (1988) and Motions of Return (1996) and, Feinsmith's Leviathan and String Quartet #1.
KUSF 90.3 FM hosted by Renee Witon in San Francisco broadcast WAVES for piano and computer-generated sound.
Robert Emmett of Radio Station KFJC frequently broadcasts Susman's music on The Norman Bates Memorial Soundtrack Show.
The Kalvos and Damian Show WGDR 91.1 FM heard in Vermont and hosted by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz broadcasts Susman's concert music.
Barbara Schwarz broadcasts several works on her radio show "Fretless" heard on ArtSound FM 92.7 in Canberra, Australia.
Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange reviewed the album Music for Moving Pictures.
All Music Guide reviewed Oil on Ice.
All Music Guide reviewed Fate of the Lhapa.
San Francisco Classical Voice reviewed David Holzman's performance at Old First Concerts.
Michael McDonagh for Classical Music Review reviewed music and performances.
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