Bruce Jeffrey Halitcher Taub

LIST OF PERFORMANCES

1) STRING TRIO

            2-21-69 Donnell Library (C.C.N.Y. Faculty String Trio); 12-18-69 Columbia
            University

 2) CADENZA FOR SOLO VIOLIN

          2-26-70 Greenwich House Music School (Joel Lester); 2-27-70 Princeton University
         (Joel Lester); 2-15-79 University of South Florida (Dinos Constantinides); 3-13-96
         University of California, Irvine (Maria Newman)

 3) THE HOLLOW MEN

            4-30-79 Columbia University (Janet Steele, soprano)

 4) QUARTET

          11-18-73 Bennington College; 11-29-73 Columbia University; 11-21-74 M.I.T.; 1-18-75
          Jamaica Arts Center (Composers Ensemble)

 5) COMPOSITION FOR PIANO

         12-10-70 Columbia University (Eleanor Cory); 12-8-71 Carnegie Recital Hall
         (Fritz Jahoda)

 6) VARIATIONS 11.7.3.3.4

            5-15-72 Columbia University; 4-18-74 Columbia University (Light Fantastic Players)

 7) TAPE IMPROVISATION I

            4-16-71 Columbia University; 2-11-72 Columbia University; 4-6-78 Brook
            Contemporary Music Series (NY); 9-25-80 Ball State University; 5-31-85 and 6-1-85
            Michigan Gallery (Detroit) Edward Weiss Ensemble); 9-27-85 Mid Michigan
            Community College (Harrison)(Edward Weiss Ensemble); 3-20-93 23rd Annual
            Festival of New Music, Ball State Univeristy

 8) ANIMAL CRACKERS

            12-7-72 Columbia University (Gwen DeLuca, soprano)

 9) QUINTET I

         2-9-73 Carnegie Recital Hall (Da Capo Chamber Players); 12-4-74 Horace Mann
         Auditorium (Composers Ensemble); 2-29-76 New England Conservatory of Music
         (ASUC Annual Conference)

10) TAPE IMPROVISATION II

            5-15-72 Columbia University; 5-1-72 Columbia University (Composers Ensemble)

11) QUINTET II

            11-9-72 Columbia University; 5-1-72 Columbia University (Composers Ensemble)

12) COMPOSITION: FORME

           1-5-72 Columbia University (Frank Morelli); 2-4-76 Horace Mann Auditorium; 3-4-76
           N.Y.U.;4-11-76 Bennington College; 4-12-76 Pittsfield College; 4-13-76 Bard College;
           7-29-76 WQXR (Bruce J. Taub); 12-9-94 Cleveland State University (Frank de Mio)

13) FANTASY FOR TWO VIOLONCELLI

            8-21-75 Composers Conference, Johnson, Vermont (Chris and Michael Finckel)

14) o sweet spontaneous earth

             2-22-74 Lincoln Center Library (ASUC Annual Conference); 3-7-74 Columbia
             University; 12-4-74 Horace Mann Auditorium; 12-22-78 Axis Gallery; 4-7-81 North
             Texas State University

15) TAPE IMPROVISATION III

            2-22-73 M.I.T.; 4-19-73 and 4-19-74 Columbia University


16) VARIATIONS FOUR STRING QUARTET

           8-16-75 Composers Conference, Johnson Vermont; 1-18-85 Michigan State
           University

17) COMPUTER QUARTET

            5-8-73 Columbia University

18) ETUDE I

            11-24-74 Oradell Church (NJ); 2-22-75 Antioch College; 5-5-75 Rutgers University
            (Mark Yolleck, piano)

19) PASSION, POISON, AND PETRIFACTION

            4-1-76 Carnegie Recital Hall (Composers Ensemble)

20) FAT PIECE

            12-3-77 University of Illinois; 5-30-79 Northwestern University; 11-26-79 University
            of Akron; 4-18-82 Eastern Washington University; 4-19-82 Whitworth College;
            4-22-82 Washington State University; 7-7-84 Ohio State University; 3-25-87
            North/South Consonance, First Unitarian Church, Brooklyn; 11-23-87 Mannes
            College of Music; May, 1990 Timosoara, Romania

21) CONCERTINO FOR BASSOON AND CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

           3-18-77 Little Theater (Westside YMCA); 3-20-77 James Yu gallery (Composers
           Ensemble)

22) WALTZ ON A MERRY-GO-ROUND (Incidental Music)

            4-28-77 through 5-22-77 Nosotros Theater, Los Angeles

23) EXTREMITIES

            2-14-79 Carnegie Recital Hall (Da Capo Chamber Players); 11-22-87 Rhode Island
            School of Design (R.I. New Music Ensemble)

24) FRAGILE LADY

           10-18-84 Christ and St. Stephen Church (North/South Consonance); 4-28-88
           University of Kansas (Lawrence); 4-20-90 Memphis State University; 10-17-94
           University of Missouri

25) BAND PIECE

          2-22-83 Louisiana State University; 10-10-84 University of Southern California;
          12-5-84 Eastman School of Music

26) EXTREMITIES II

        8-25-84 Charles Ives Center for American Music (Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble);
        9-26-87 Boston University (Alea III)

27) TOCCATA

        12-1-85 North/South Consonance, Donnell Library; 2-21-86 California State
        University, Los Angeles (Max Lifchitz, piano)

28) BIRTHDAY PIECE 

        11-7-86 Grinnell College (Kirstin Senty, piano)

29) RHAPSODIES

        8-13-85 Charles Ives Center for American Music (Algonquin String Quartet)

30) OF THE WING OF MADNESS

         7-31-85 Composers Conference, Wellesley College (Efrain Guigui, conductor);
         4-16-86 Cleveland Chamber Symphony (Edwin London, conductor); 3-8-91
         Northwestern University

31) THREE PRELUDES

        7-26-87 Phoenix, Arizona (Sigma Alpha Iota Convention)


32) PRELUDES

         5-10-89 CAMI Hall, Composers Concordance, Rebecca La Brecque, piano; 2-20-96
         University of Pittsburgh (Music on the Edge), Robert Frankenberry, piano; 4-16-96
         Greenwich House (Trio Maurice Duruflé, Magali Goimard, piano); 3-25-99 and
         3-26-99 L’Ecole de Musique Romainville, Les Lillas, France and Paris Conservatory of
         Music     (Trio Maurice Duruflé, Magali Goimard, piano); 11-10, 11, 12, 13-05
         Montclair, NJ, Mark Yolleck, piano; 12-17-05 St. Peters Church in Chelsea, Robert
         Frankenberry, piano; 3-27-06 Montclair, NJ, Mark Yolleck, paino; 4-02-06 Temple
         Emanu-El, West Essex, NJ, Mark Yolleck, piano; 5-21-06 Ringwood Public Library,
         Ringwood, NJ, Mark Yolleck, piano; 10-2-06 University of Pittsburgh, Robert
         Frankenberry, piano

33) A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL - PANAMA

            10-2-89 Merkin Hall, North/South Consonance (Max Lifchitz, conductor)

34) AN OFTEN FATAL MALADY

           2-4-91 Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Cleveland State University; 2-5-91 Cleveland
           Chamber Symphony, Oberlin College (Edwin London, conductor)

35) SONATA FOR SOLO VIOLA

           11-11-91 University of California, Davis (Robert S. Bloch, viola); 10-23-93 San Diego
           State University; 11-6-93 California State University, Dominguez Hills; 4-10-94
           University of New Mexico, (Karen Elaine, viola); 7-16-95 Umbertite, Italy (Franco
           Sciannameo, viola); 2-20-96 University of Pittsburgh (Music on the Edge) (Franco
           Sciannameo, viola); 3-25-99 L’Ecole de Musique Romainville, Les Lillas, France (Trio
           Maurice Duruflé, Gilles DeLiège, viola); 2-11-00 Emory University, Atlanta, 2-26-00
           Unitarian Church, Dominguez Hills, CA, 2-28-00 San Diego Mini Chamber Music
           Series (Karen Elaine, Viola)

36) SERENADE AND CAPRICCIO

          2-6-92 Northern Illinois University (Joseph Murphy, alto saxophone and Peter
          Sinozich, piano); 2-11-92 & 3-16-92 University of Alabama (Willie Morris, III, alto
          saxophone and Noel Engebretson, piano); 11-29-94 Washington Square
          Contemporary Music Society, Merkin Hall (Tim Smith, alto saxophone, Cameron
          Grant, piano) 5-8-98 California Polytechnic State University (NACUSA Concert)

37) REFLECTIONS

         12-11-92 Weill Recital Hall; 10-5-93 Earplay, San Francisco; 6-7-94 North/South
         Consonance, New York

38) FINAL DAYS

           2-23-93 The University of Akron New Music Group/Daedalus

39) JUMBLED MIRRORS

          10-9-93 14th Annual New Music and Art Festival, MidAmerican Center for
          Contemporary Music, Bowling Green State University

40) IN THAT COLD PLACE

          3-7-94 and 6-9-95 University of Akron and 7-14-94 St. Peter's Church (New York
          City), Music in Chelsea Series and 2-20-96 University of Pittsburgh (Music on the
          Edge) (Roger Zahab, violin; Robert Frankenberry, piano)

41) DOUBLE EXPOSURE

          1-19-97 Bing Theater, Los Angeles County Museum (Karen Elaine, viola; Matthew
          Cooker, violoncello); 4-26-97 University of California, Riverside (Karen Elaine, viola;
          Matthew Cooker, violoncello); 6-3-97 North/South Consonance (Liana Laura Mount,
          viola, Arthur Fiacco, violoncello)

42) LADY MONDEGREEN'S DANCES

         4-6-95 University of Iowa (SCI Conference, David Gompper, conductor); 5-21-95
         UC Davis (Ross Bauer, conductor); 11-17-97 Earplay, San Francisco (George V.
         Thomson, conductor); 10-26-00 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (Double
         Exposure Series)

43) LADY MONDEGREEN SINGS THE BLUES

         2-12-96 Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Cleveland State University and 2-13-96
         Old Stone Church (Cleveland)(Edwin London, conductor)

44) ADRIAN’S DREAM

        4-14-97 Danny and Sylvia Kaye Playhouse (Hunter College)(New York New Music
        Ensemble, David Gilbert, conductor); 4-18-98 Indiana University, Bloomington

45) THE JEWISH CEMETERY AT NEWPORT

        4-1-98 Washington Square Contemporary Music Society, Merkin Hall
        (Cheryl Marshall, soprano, Marilyn Nonken, piano); 4-3-99 Northwestern University
        (Antoinette Arnold, soprano; Anthony Spano, piano)

46) IMPACTED CRYSTAL CRIES

        4-15-98 Ensemble 21 (Gregory Kitzis, violin, Marilyn Nonken, piano); 8-6-99
        University of Akron, New Music Group/Daedalus (Roger Zahab, Violin,
        Robert Frankenberry, Piano)

47) “…the limit of the flame…”

            10-23-98 Empyrean Ensemble (UC Davis)(Ross Bauer, Director)

48) BASSED ON

          3-7-99 North/South Consonance (Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, NYC)
          (Lisa Stokes Chin, contrabass); 10-6-99 University of California, San Diego
          (Mandeville Recital Hall)(Bertram Turetsky, contrabass)

49) IN THE LIGHT OF PRESENT REALITY

         3-25-99 and 3-26-99 Trio Maurice Duruflé (L’Ecole de Musique Romainville,
         Les Lillas, France and Paris Conservatory of Music); 8-11-99 Dartington
         International Summer School (Trio Maurice Duruflé)

50) LADY MONDEGREEN BANGS THE CAN!

        4-14-99 and 4-19 99 Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players (SUNY, Stony
        Brook Recital Hall; Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, NYC)(Ray Des Roches,
        conductor); 12-5-99 New England Conservatory Percussion Ensemble, Frank Epstein,
        conductor; 4-18-02 University of Akron Percussion Ensemble at the 2nd Annual
        American New Arts Festival and the 36th National Conference of the Society of
        Composers, Inc. (Larry Snider, director; William Sallak, conductor); 4-16-02
        University of Akron (Joshua Quillen, recital); 4-27-02 University of Akron
        (Lisa Milyiori, recital); 7-14-02 Society for New Music, Lorenzo Historic Site,
        Cazenovia, New York

51) AN EXALTATION OF LARKS

        1-14-01 Christ and St. Stephen’s Church (North/South Consonance)(Lisa Hansen,
        flute; Max Lifchitz, piano); 3-30-01 Cube Ensemble (Chicago)(Caroline Pittman, flute;
        Philip Morehead, piano); 10-20-01 Trio Maurice Duruflé (Atrium Musical Magne,
        Hôtel de Brossier, Le Marais, Paris), 10-23-01 Trio Maurice Duruflé (Hôtel de Ville,
        Romainville)(Jérôme Van Wynsberge, flute; Magali Goimard, piano)

52) THE FLAME OF A CANDLE

       4-22-02 Chamber Players of the League/ISCM (Flea Theater, NYC)

 
53) TWANGIN’ AN’ BANGIN’

          4-23-02 Christ and St. Stephen’s Church (North/South Consonance)
          (Lisa Stokes Chin, contrabass; Frank Cassara, percussion)

54) LET’S ROLL!

          3-3-04 The University of Akron Percussion Ensemble (Larry Snider, director;
          Bill Sallak, conductor)

55) PAN MAN

          5-17-04 Christ and Stephen’s Church (North/South Consonance)(Josh Quillen, steel
          drums); 5-20-04 St. Peters’ Church (Prism Players)(Josh Quillen, steel drums)

56) Frozen on each face

          4-5-08 Washington Square Contemporary Music Society (Curtis Macomber, violin;
          Stephen Gosling, piano); 5-9-10 St. Peters Church (Prism Players)(Roger Zahab,
          violin; Robert Frankenberry, paino); 5-3-11 APNM Concert at Tenri Cultural Center,
          NYC (Jesse Mills, violin, Kim Euntaek, piano