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Elizabeth is currently composer in Residence at Montclair State University

May 25th, 2015 at 5 pm
Down East Singers, Anthony Antolini, conductor, premieres Brown's To Walk Humbly, commissioned in memory of Col. Robert Rheault. The program includes Brown playing Rachmaninoff's 1915 Vocalise on theremin (on the 100th birthday of the Vocalise), and Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms.

March 6th, 2015 at 7:30 pm
MSU Wind Symphony, Thomas McCauley, conductor, premieres Brown's Zeppelin.
Kasser Theater, Montclair State University

March 5th, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Orchestra Asia, Inada Yasushi, conductor, performs Brown's Shinshoufuukei, or An Imagined Landscape. At Kioi Hall, Tokyo

Dec. 15th, 2014 at 7 pm
Reigakusha performs Brown's Rubicon at Yotsuya Kumin Hall, Tokyo

Dec. 13th, 2014 at 2 pm
Sounds Modern performs Brown's The Memory Palace at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on a program with Babbitt, Carter, Reich, David Lang, Michael Gordon, George Lewis, and Claudio Spies.
http://soundsmodern.org/ (the group Sounds modern)
http://themodern.org/performances   (museum)

Dec. 10th, 2014 at 8 pm
Brown performs as thereminist in Schnittke's Oratorio 'Nagasaki' with the American Symphony in Carnegie Hall as part of the program "Requiem for the 20th Century".

October 16, 2014 at 8 pm
Montclair State University presents "Just Visible in the Distance - the Music of MSU Composer-in-Residence Elizabeth Brown"
Brown will play flute, shakuhachi, and theremin, with the Momenta Quartet.
Program includes "Piranesi", for theremin, quartet, and video (by Lothar Osterburg); "Mirage", for shakuhachi and quartet; "Lost Waltz 2014", for flute and quartet; Just Visible in the Distance, for quartet; and the premiere of Nanotudes, for quartet. You can read Stephanie Griffin's interview with Elizabeth on the Momenta Quartet's blog.
Leshowitz Recital Hall, John J. Cali School of Music, Montclair State University
(link is coming)

October 1st. 2014 at 8 pm
Flutist Wendy Stern performs Brown's Anthem
Leshowitz Recital Hall, John J. Cali School of Music, Montclair State University

Brown's Shinshoufuukei, or An Imagined Landscape ( 心象風景) won first prize in the 1/29/11 Makino Yutaka no Kai Competition for large Hougaku ensemble (Japanese traditional instrument ensemble) in Tokyo. This was the fourth round of this highly regarded competition, and only the second time that the first prize of 500,000 yen was awarded. For the final round of the competition, held in Tokyo's Kioi Hall, Inada Yasushi conducted Pro Musica Nipponia. http://www.hougaku.co.jp/yutaka/contest04.htm

Elizabeth Brown is getting frequent airplay on Q2, WQXR's wonderful internet station:
http://www.wqxr.org/musicians/elizabeth-brown/

Hermit Thrush for solo shakuhachi, written and performed by Elizabeth Brown, is included in the recent CD In Concert, produced by Musicians Local 802's Musicians Emergency Relief Fund.

Past Seasonsclick tab to view

August 24th, 2014
Flutist Linda Chesis and the Momenta Quartet performed Brown's "Lost Waltz 2014" at the Cooperstown Music Festival

June 27th, 2014 at Gallery Sasaya in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan
June 28th, 2014 at Kawaguchi Asama Shrine, in Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
Elizabeth Brown and Ralph Samuelson, shakuhachi, and Issui Minegishi, ichigenkin performed a program of tradition and contemporary music, including Brown's "Isle Royale Shakuhachi Duos".

June 14th, 2014
Reigakusha performed Brown's "Rubicon", for Gagaku winds, at Tokyo's Kioi Hall

April 1st, 201
Miami-Dade College presented "A Bookmobile for Dreamers"

March 5th, 2014
Momenta Quartet performed Brown's "Just Visible in the Distance"
Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY

March 1st, 2014 at Chatham University
March 5th, 2014 at the University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra, Roger Zahab, conductor presented music of Elizabeth Brown and Frances White including the premiere of Brown's "Arboretum: a Dark Symphony for theremin and strings", with Brown as theremin soloist.

February 20th, 2014
Composers Now Festival presented Momenta Quartet: "American Women"; Featuring the premiere of Brown's Just Visible in the Distance, written for Momenta Quartett
The Firehouse Space, 246 Frost Street, Brooklyn

February 6th, 2014
Texas A&M presented Flute Force: Poems, Songs, and Dreams: Music for Diverse Flutes, Theremin, and Stop-motion Animation featuring "A Bookmobile for Dreamers".

January 30th, 2014
Montclair State University presented Elizabeth Brown, Composer-in-Residence
Elizabeth Brown and Ralph Samuelson, shakuhachi. The program included Mukaiji Reibo (traditional) and Brown's Shakuhachi Duos from Isle Royale, as well as "A Bookmobile for Dreamers", with Brown on theremin.
Leshowitz Recital Hall, John J. Cali School of Music, Montclair State University

January 12, 2014
The New York Flute Club and the League of Composers presented Flute Force -
Poems, Songs, and Dreams: Music for Diverse Flutes, Theremin, and Stop-motion Animation featuring "A Bookmobile for Dreamers"
Engelman Recital Hall, Baruch Performing Arts Center, New York City

October 18, 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Flute Force performed 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

October 17, 2013
Elizabeth Brown was one of more than 100 composers participating in Cage 100 Party Pieces. World premiere, Miller Theater, Columbia University.

September 18, 2013
Elizabeth Brown, Composer-in-Residence, performed Loons, from Isle Royale Shakuhachi Solos, at Montclair State University's Leshowitz Recital Hall, Cali School of Music.

September 10, 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Lothar Osterburg were Visiting Artists and performed "A Bookmobile for Dreamers" at the University of Montevallo, Montevallo, Alabama.

August 29, 2013
The Bogliasco Foundation co-presented 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' at
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, Target Free Thursdays

July 18-31, 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Lothar Osterburg were in residence at Cill Rialaig, an arts center near Ballinskelligs in southwest Kerry, Ireland.

August 29, 2013
The Bogliasco Foundation co-presented 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers'
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, Target Free Thursdays http://atrium.lincolncenter.org/index.php/atrium-2013-bookmobile-of-dreamers

June 9th, 2013
"Mystic Visions" for Flutes & Kotos; Tessa Brinckman, flute and Mitsuki Dazai, koto performed Brown's The Secret Life of Birds
First United Methodist Church, 175 N Main St, Ashland OR 97520

June 2, 2013
Tokyo to New York Elizabeth Brown performed Isle Royale Shakuhachi Solos and music by Hifumi Shimoyama with Tom Piercy, clarinet and Mika Tanaka, piano
Spectrum, 121 Ludlow ST, NYC

Juha Uitto, UN Development Programme blogger
Elizabeth Brown followed with a shakuhachi solo from her own Isle Royale suite. This one was 'Loons', a serene piece of beautiful work for the vertical bamboo flute.

Another interlude followed with Brown playing another part of her bird-themed suite, 'Black-throated blue warbler'. I have heard her play parts of the suite before in an earlier concert and can appreciate the beauty of the nature-inspired music that utilizes the unique timbre of the bamboo. The shakuhachi is a difficult instrument (Elizabeth and I talked about it briefly before the concert agreeing that it made the Western flute feel simple and straightforward) but she has established a beautiful sound and command of the instrument. read more

May 27, 2013
Elizabeth Brown was shakuhachi soloist in a sold-out performance of Karl Jenkins Requiem with the Down East Singers and Mozart Mentors Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Antolini; Camden Opera House, Camden, Maine

May 18, 2013
Tokyo to New York Elizabeth Brown performed her Isle Royale Shakuhachi Solos and music by Hifumi Shimoyama with Tom Piercy, clarinet and Mika Tanaka, piano
Queens New Music Festival; Secret Theater 44-02 23rd ST, Long Island City.

April 27, 2013
Ralph Samuelson and Yoko Hiraoka performed Brown's Afterimage, for shakuhachi and shamisen.
Live@ArtsWestchester, White Plains, NY

March 18 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Flute Force performed 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' in a new version for theremin, 3 flutes, recorded sound, and video. Walker Recital Hall, Mercyhurst University Erie, PA

March 17 2013
Elizabeth Brown performed Arcana at the NY Flute Club Flute Fair
The Lighthouse, 111 East 59th ST, New York, NY

March 16 2013
Tessa Brinkman, flute and Mitsuki Dazai, koto performed Brown's The Secret Life of Birds. March Music Moderne, Portland, Oregon

March 15 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Flute Force performed 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' in a new version for theremin, 3 flutes, recorded sound, and video. Union Arts Center, Sparkill, NJ

March 9 2013
Elizabeth Brown was an invited panelist:
Summit on the Future of the Japanese Music Heritage: Strategies for Nurturing Japanese Traditional Instrumental Genres in New Music in the 21st Century, sponsored by Columbia University's Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies.

February 18 2013
Elizabeth Brown and Ben Verdery perform Brown's 'Atlantis', for theremin and amplified classical guitar, on Yale's Faulty Artist Series. Morse Hall, Yale University

January 16 2013
Elizabeth Brown and the Momenta Quartet performed Brown's 'Piranesi', for theremin, string quartet and video (by Lothar Osterburg) at Amphibian, a performance series that combines new chamber music with video art; curated by Matthew Greenbaum
Hi Art Gallery, New York

November 18, 2012
Mary Stolper performed Brown's 'Arcana' at the North Eastern Ohio Flute Festival in Akron, OH

November 8, 2012
'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' for theremin, recorded sound and video.
Music and theremin: Elizabeth Brown Video: Lothar Osterburg.
A Meet the Composer Commission. Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

October 13 2012
Mirage: Music inspired by Visual Art Momenta Quartet, with Elizabeth Brown, shakuhachi and theremin played Elizabeth Brown: 'Mirage' for shakuhachi and string quartet
and 'Piranesi' for theremin and string quartet, with video art by Lothar Osterburg
Brooklyn Conservatory, Brooklyn

October 10, 2012
'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' for theremin, recorded sound and video.
Music and theremin: Elizabeth Brown Video: Lothar Osterburg.
A Meet the Composer Commission. Hartt School of Music, Hartford, CT

October 7 2012
Elizabeth Brown and Yuki Yasuda performed Afternoon of Shakuhachi and Koto Music #14 with both traditional music and 3 world premieres.
Shillman Hall, Northeastern University, Boston

September 23 2012
Isle Royale Shakuhachi Duos, and premiere of a new work for 3 shakuhachis
Kinya Sogawa, shakuhachi, joined by Laurie Sogawa, Ralph Samuelson, Elizabeth Brown and Ned Rothenberg. Roulette, Brooklyn

September 18 2012
'A Bookmobile for Dreamers', for theremin, recorded sound and video.
Music and theremin: Elizabeth Brown Video: Lothar Osterburg.
A Meet the Composer Commission.
Weiss Cinema, Bard College Campus Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

Saturday, July 21, 2012, White Recital Hall
Sunday, July 22, 2012, Country Club Christian Church
Brown's Blue Minor will be performed at Summerfest, Kansas City, MO

June 23 2012
Carla Rees performed Brown's Antarctica at the Science Museum in London.
http://www.exhibitionroad.com/

June 20 2012
Elizabeth Brown and Lothar Osterburg performed 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' at Lesley Heller Workspace in NYC. View the Trailer here.

June 14: Casa Labia Cultural Centre, Main Road, Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa
June 16: Stellenbosch, South Africa
June 28: Mosselbay Music Society, Mosselbay, South Africa
Barbara Highton Williams and Marietjie Pauw, flutes, performed Brown's 'Lunette'.

June 8 2012
Elizabeth Brown and Issui Minegishi performed Brown's 'One String, One Breath' in a program of music for shakuhachi and ichigenkin (1-string koto).YYZ Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

June 4 2012
Elizabeth Brown and Kohei Nishikawa performed Brown's 'fragments for the moon', for shakuhachi and nohkan, at the World Shakuhachi Festival in Kyoto.

May 24 2012
European Premiere of 'A Bookmobile for Dreamers' at Buch und Kunst in Braunschweig, Germany.

May 10 2012
Reiko Kamata premiered Slowly Toward the North, for bass koto and shou, in Tokyo.

April 29th
Electronic Music Foundation presented "A Bookmobile for Dreamers", a multimedia chamber opera for theremin, recorded sound and video, comissioned by Meet the Composer. Music and theremin: Elizabeth Brown Video: Lothar Osterburg.
Greenwich House Music School, NYC

April 20, 2012
Will Sleath performed Antarctica. St Ives Arts Club, Cornwall, England.

March 30, 2012 Miller Theatre, Columbia University
Elizabeth Brown and the Momenta Quartet performed Brown's Mirage, for shakuhachi and string quartet, on a program of Japanese sacred Gagaku court music and secular art music. http://momentaquartet.com and http://www.medievaljapanesestudies.org

March 19th: Northern Kentucky University
March 23th: Cincinnati Art Museum
March 24th: Dennison University, Granville, Ohio
March 27th: University of Akron
Flute Force performed Brown's the Baths of Caracalla fluteforce.org

January 20, 2012
Roger Zahab, viola and Robert Frankenberry, piano performed Brown's Chronicle
James Laughlin Music Center, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA

January 30, 2012: SUNY Fredonia.
January 31: McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
February 2: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
February 3: West Virginia University
Flute Force performed Brown's the Baths of Caracalla

Past Seasons 2008-11 click tab to view

Nov. 10 2011
Ralph Samuelson and Yoko Hiraoka premiered Brown's Afterimage for shakuhachi and shamisen on the Interpretations series, at Roulette's new venue in Brooklyn.

Nov. 3, 2011: St. Olaf College in Minnesota
Nov. 5, 2011: UMFA festival, Concordia College, Minnesotta
Leone Buyse performed Brown's Arcana.

Oct. 9 2011
Elizabeth Brown performed a program of traditional shakuhachi solos as well as her own music in the Noguchi Museum's 'Second Sundays - Music in the Garden' series.

May 20 2011 Opening Reception, Hiroaki Tatei exhibition opening:
Elizabeth Brown performed shakuhachi for the reception of Hiroaki Tate'si exhibition at Onishi Gallery, playing traditional shakuhachi music and improvisations on paintings in the exhibition. http://www.musicfromjapan.org/

July 9, 2011, White Recital Hall, Kansas City.
July 10, 2011, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Kansas City.
Elizabeth Brown's Liguria was performed in Kansas City Summerfest.

May 27th 2011 A Shakuhachi Music Concert featured Christopher Yohmei Blasdel with Ralph Samuelson & Elizabeth Brown at Lotus Music & Dance in New York.

March 14 - April 15, 2011
Elizabeth Brown and Lothar Osterburg were in residence at the Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy, where they collaborated on two projects: A Bookmobile for Dreamers, commissioned by the Electronic Music Foundation through Meet the Composer's Commissioning Music/USA; and Imagining New York, funded by Osterburg's 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship.

Elizabeth Brown was the April, 2011 South Rim Artist-in-Residence in Grand Canyon National Park. She continued work on a series of solo shakuhachi pieces inspired by particular places in nature.

February 12, 2011 at Baruch College 55 Lexington Avenue, New York and
February 16, 2011 at Freer Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Music from Japan presented Elizabeth Brown and Kohei Nishikawa in a program of music for eastern and western flutes, including the premiere of Brown's Fragments for the Moon, for shakuhachi and nohkan. http://dc.broadwayworld.com

February 5th and 6th, 2011
Music From Japan presented Reigakusha, performing Brown's Rubicon in Fukushima, Japan.

January 29th, 2011
Brown's 心象風景 (An Imagined Landscape) was premiered in Tokyo, where it won first prize in the Makino Yutaka no Kai Competition for large Hougaku ensemble (Japanese traditional instrument ensemble). www.hougaku.co. www.kioi-hall.or.jp

Nov. 28th 2010
Now is the Time, on WRTI-HD2 in Philadelphia, broadcast Brown's Figures in a Landscape on a show of the same name. http://kilesmith.comhttp: www.wrti.org/listenlive

October 10th, 2010
Brown was a prizewinner in the SGCM Composition Competition for Shakuhachi 2010 with Mirage, for shakuhachi and string quartet, in the 5th SGCM Japanese Traditional Music Subscription Concert: “Origin of Shakuhachi” Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Takemitsu Memorial. http://www.senzoku.ac.jp/

Sept 22, 2010
Mary Stolper performed Arcana at the Art Institute of Chicago's Thorne Hall, in a benefit performance for Fulcrum Point. www.fulcrumpoint.org/

August 29, 2010
Yamamoto Shinzan, son of Living National Treasure Yamamoto Hozan, performed Brown's Mirage for shakuhachi and string quartet. Prague European Shakuhachi Festival

July 24, 2010
Elizabeth Brown and Issui Minegishi (4th Iemoto of the Sekyodo Ichigenkin tradition) premiered Brown's One String, One Breath, for shakuhachi and ichigenkin.
Lotus Music and Dance, New York City http://www.lotusmusicanddance.org/

July 16th, 2010
Sarah Brady performed Arcana at the Warebrook Festival in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom
http://www.warebrook.org/index.html

June 20th, 2010, 1 pm and 3 pm
Gamelan Son of Lion performed Cloudrest, for shakuhachi, soprano, and gamelan, at Wave Hill, a beautiful public garden in the Bronx. http://www.gamelansonoflion.org/

June 21th, 2010, 4:30 pm
Gamelan Son of Lion performed Cloudrest, for shakuhachi, soprano, and gamelan, as part of Make Music New York, the city-wide outdoor music festival.

May 2nd, 2010
Gamelan Son of Lion premiered Cloudrest, for shakuhachi, soprano, and gamelan, at Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City

March 8th, 2010
Mary Stolper performed Arcana on Chicago's Live from WFMT broadcast, with commentary by Elizabeth Brown http://www.wfmt.com

March 6th, 2010
The Institute of Medieval Japanese Studies presented the Columbia Gagaku; members of Reigakusha premiered Brown's Rubicon. Miller Theater, Columbia University, New York City. http://www.medievaljapanesestudies.org/

February 26th, 2010
The Studio of Electronic Music, Inc. presented Rural Electrification, Brown's chamber opera for soprano (Lisa Karrer), theremin (Brown), and recorded sound, with video by Lothar Osterburg. The Art League of New Britain, CT. http://www.liefellis.com

February 27th, 2010
The Studio of Electronic Music, Inc. presented Elizabeth Brown in a theremin workshop. The Art League of New Britain, CT http://www.liefellis.com

February 9th, 2010
Flutronix performed Brown's Arcana, along with music of Radiohead, Bjork, Steve Reich and Flutronix. Galapagos Art Space Brooklyn. http://www.myspace.com/flutronix

October 31st, 2009
Elizabeth Brown was theremin soloist for Winsor Music's Halloween concerts in Lexington, Massachusetts. http://www.winsormusic.org/chamber.cfm

Oct 7 the Institute for Music at the University of Trondheim
Oct 13 the Norwegian State Academy of Music, Oslo
Oct 14 the Grieg Academy, Bergen
Oct 21 the Institute of Music and Dance at the University of Stavanger
Nov 1 Illinois Flute Society Fall Festival, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston
Nov 21 Ball State University Woodwind Symposium, Muncie (IN)
Fall of 2009 Leon Buyse performed Arcana in Norway and the US: www.ruf.rice.edu

August 15th, 2009
Nathalie Joachim peformed Arcana at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York
http://www.ditchproductions.com/artist/nathalie-joachim/biography

August 13-16, 2009
With Flute Force, Brown performed in The Baths of Caracalla, along with music by Stravinsky, Joseph Schwantner and Anthony Newman. Brown also led a Master Class on Trillium, for solo flute, and Leone Buyse performed Brown's Arcana.
2009 National Flute Association Convention inNew York

December 20th 2008 through May 20th 2009
Elizabeth Brown lived in Japan on a Fellowship from the Japan-US Friendship Commission. www.jusfc.gov/creativeartists.asp

February 24th 2009
Elizabeth Brown performed in "The Shakuhachi and the World of the Single Tone" as part of the IHJ Japanese Culture Series.
Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall, International House of Japan
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 Japan
www.i-house.or.jp/en/ProgramActivities/arts/programs.htm

December 13th, 2008 The Beatrice Crawford Memorial Concert
Elizabeth Brown and the MSU Harry Partch Ensemble premeired a new work for theremin with Harry Partch's original instruments. Kasser Theater, Montclair State University.
www.musicmontclair.com/Pages/performanceSpecEnsemble.htm#harrypartchensemble

October 30th, 2008 at 8 pm, The Times Center, NYC
The Brown and White Concert: Tom Buckner's Interpretations series presents an evening of music by Elizabeth Brown and Frances White in Renzo Piano's beautiful new space in TheTimesCenter. http://interpretations.info/schedule.

September 20th, 2008
Elizabeth Brown performed on flute and theremin with Boston's Winsor Music.
http://winsormusic.org/chamber.cfm

September 13th, 2008
Newband: Elizabeth Brown and Stefani Starin performed Acadia. http://www.newband.org/
Kasser Theater, Montclair State Universit.y www.peakperfs.org

July 6th, 2008
Elizabeth Brown and the Grainger Quartet premiered Mirage, for shakuhachi and string quartet, during the World Shakuhachi Festival 2008. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music Sydney, Australia. http://worldshakuhachifestival08.com

May 5th, 2008
Zero Gravity performed In the deep bare garden, from Blue Minor, at the Chelsea Art Museum to open the American Music Center's Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony.

May 4th 2008
Koaki Shinkai of Ensemble Toki performed Arcana at the New York's Donnell Library.

March 28th and 29th, 2008, Issue Project Room
Piranesi and other works: an evening of music by Elizabeth Brown, with video by Lothar Osterburg, performed by Elizabeth Brown (alto flute, shakuhachi, theremin), the Momenta Quartet, guitarist/composer Ben Verdery, and Flute Force.
Listen to a sample from Piranesi.

View a sample from Piranesi.

www.issueprojectroom.org

February 27th, 2008, Morse Recital Hall, Yale University
Elizabeth Brown and Ben Verdery performed Atlantis for theremin and guitar
Faculty Artist Series. www.yale.edu

February 21st and 24th 2008
Counterstream Radio featured Elizabeth Brown in a Spotlight Session.
Listen to an excerpt. And read Molly Sheridan's profile on NewMusicBox.

January 26th - February 23rd, 2008
Elizabeth Brown was in residence at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, NH
Information. www.macdowellcolony.org

January 17th, 2008
Flute Force premiered The Baths of Caracalla on their 25th Anniversary Concert
Weill Hall, New York City
Listen to an excerpt from The Baths of Caracalla
fluteforce.org and www.carnegiehall.org

January 25th, 2008
Elizabeth Brown played theremin in Gavrill Popov's Symphonic Suite #1 with the American Symphony Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. www.americansymphony.org


Past Seasons 2007 click tab to view

December 14, 2007
NPR's Studio 360 features Elizabeth Brown and Lothar Osterburg in Henry Alford's story about the MacDowell Colony www.studio360.org

October 6th, 2007
Flute Force performed Elizabeth Brown's The Baths of Caracalla at La Conner Institute of the Performing Arts, La Conner, Washington. fluteforce.org and www.skagitarts.org

October 4th, 2007
Flute Force premiered Elizabeth Brown's The Baths of Caracalla at the Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, Washington. fluteforce.org and www.GoodShepherdCenter.com

July 20th, 2007
Elizabeth Brown performed theremin in excerpts from Rural Electrification on Monadnock Music's Kitchen Sink concert at the Peterborough Town House. www.monadnockmusic.org

June 19th and June 21st, 2007
Elizabeth Brown and Laura Gilbert performed Acadia at the Monadnock Music Festival
www.monadnockmusic.org

June 16th, 2007
Elizabeth Brown and Ben Verdery premiered Brown's Atlantis, for theremin and guitar, at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. Elizabeth also played flute and shakuhachi