Upcoming Performances

2017

August 27
SONGS OF CLAY AND STONE (World Premiere)
Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Robert Brewer, piano
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, IN


Past Performances

(If you have performed a work by Kenneth Frazelle, or will, let us know. We would love to include you. Write us at kenfrazelle@earthlink.net.)

2016

BOOK OF BLUE FLOWERS: Ivan Seng, piano
Isis Restaurant and Music Hall, Asheville, NC; January 10

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK I & II (Selections): Nina Cole, soprano; Andria Fennig, piano
Paradise Valley United Methodist Church, Paradise Valley AZ; January 15

BLUE RIDGE AIRS II: Erika Boysen, flute; Inara Zandmane, piano
UNCG School of Music Recital Hall, Greensboro, NC; January 19

PIANO TRIO: Andrea Pettigrew, violin; James Lestock, cello; Ivan Seng, piano
First Presbyterian Church, Asheville, NC; January 29

THE SWANS AT PUNGO LAKE: Society of Musical Arts; Stephen Culbertson, conductor
Maplewood Middle School, Maplewood, NJ; March 6

WILDFLOWERS (Selections): Yael Manor, piano
Watson Hall, UNCSA,Winston-Salem, NC: March 15

SHIVAREE: Western Piedmont Symphony, John Gordon Ross, conductor
P.E. Monroe Auditorium, Lenoir Rhyne University, Hickory, NC; March 19

A GREEN VIEW: Debbie Davis, cello; Deborah Coclanis, piano
Strobilus Arts at Chapel in the Pines, Chapel Hill, NC; March 20

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK II: Nina Cole, soprano; Andria Fennig, piano
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; April 5

BOOK OF BLUE FLOWERS: Ivan Seng, piano
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC; April 17

APRIL, set to WILDFLOWERS (World Premiere): Choreography by Brenda Daniels
Students of UNCSA School of Dance; Owen Dodds, piano
Stevens Center, UNCSA, Winston-Salem, NC; April 21-24

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK I & II (Selections); Nina Cole, soprano; Andria Fennig, piano
National Opera Center, Marc A. Scorca Hall, New York, NY; April 28

A GREEN VIEW: Debbie Davis, cello; Deborah Coclanis, piano
SearStone Retirement Community, Cary, NC; April 28

A GREEN VIEW: Debbie Davis, cello; Deborah Coclanis, piano
Carol Woods Retirement Community, Chapel Hill, NC;  May 25


2015

ARIA (WITH DIVERSIONS): Matthew Michael Brown, organ
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, High Point, NC; January 18

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK, WILDFLOWERS: Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano; Philip Bush, piano
Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC;  January 20

A BOOK OF DAYS: Strata: Nathan Williams, clarinet; James Stern, violin; Audrey Andrist, piano
Washington Conservatory, Bethesda, MD;  March 7

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK I: Nina Cole, soprano; Aimee Fincher, piano
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; March 23

SMALL SONG, from WORLDLY HOPES: Clara O'Brien, mezzo soprano; James Douglass, piano
Forecast Music. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; April 10

HARD TIMES (Stephen Foster, arr. K. Frazelle) Premiere: UNCSA Cantata Singers, Nathan Zullinger conductor
University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC; April 12

NEW GOLDBERG VARIATIONS: David Geringas, cello; Ian Fountain, piano
Istituzione Casa della Musica, Parma, Italy; April 16

BLUE RIDGE AIRS II: Beth Chandler, flute; Paulo Steinberg, piano
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA; April 27

SONGS AND PIANO WORKS BY KENNETH FRAZELLE (All-Frazelle Program) : Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Rick Rowley, piano
North Carolina Museum of Art:Raleigh, NC; May 3

NEW GOLDBERG VARIATIONS: David Geringas, cello; Ian Fountain, piano
Donizetti Theater, Bergamo, Italy; May 5

BLUE RIDGE AIRS II: Beth Chandler, flute; Paulo Steinberg, piano
National Flute Association Convention, Washington, DC; August 13

LACHIAN SONGBOOK: Marilyn Taylor, soprano; Kenneth Frazelle, piano
UNCSA Faculty Benefit Concert, University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Winston-Salem, NC ; September 5

SONGS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Richard Masters, piano
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, MA; September 20

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK: Fellows of Dawn Upshaw's Vocal Arts Program
Tanglewood Music Center, Lenox, MA; August 4

WILDFLOWERS:  Deborah Coclanis, piano
Strobilus Arts at Chapel in the Pines, Chapel Hill, NC;  October 4

WILDFLOWERS: Deborah Coclanis, piano
First Methodist Church, Salisbury, NC; October 25

SIX DRAWINGS (World Premiere): Phil Archer, Deborah Coclanis, Paul Gillies, Ivan Seng and Gordon Sparber, piano
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC; December 6


2014

SONGS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Richard Masters, piano
Person Recital Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; January 25

SUNDAY AT McDONALD'S: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano: Charlie Magnone, piano
Bladen Community College, Dublin, NC; January 26

SONGS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Richard Masters, piano
Fredericksburg Music Club, Fredericksburg, TX; January 19

SONGS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano; Richard Masters, piano
Moore Hall, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Pembroke, NC; January 27

BOOK OF BLUE FLOWERS: Richard Masters, piano
Squires Recital Hall, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg VA ; February 3 

BLUE RIDGE AIRS: Carlos Rodriguez, piano
On the Verge Series, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA; February 3 

WINTER TURNS
Espina-Browne-Shteinberg Trio: Oskar Espina Ruiz, clarinet; Sheila Browne, viola; Dmitri Shteinberg, piano
Watson Hall, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC; February 25

SUNDAY AT McDONALD'S: Kathryn Findlen, mezzo soprano: Charlie Magnone, piano
Butterfly Bar, Austin, TX; February 26

TRIPLE CONCERTO: Kevin Lawrence, violin; Brooks Whitehouse, cello; Eric Larsen, piano
UNCSA Orchestra; James Albritten, conductor
Stevens Center, Winston-Salem, NC; March 29

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK: Tami Petty, soprano;  Miori Sugiyama, piano
Joy in Singing Award Artist Finals, 2014 Winner
Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Performing Arts Library, New York, NY; April 2 

A BOOK OF DAYS: Strata: Nathan Williams, clarinet; James Stern, violin; Audrey Andrist, piano
International Clarinet Association "ClarinetFest," Baton Rouge, LA; July 30

APPALACHIAN SONGBOOK: Marilyn Taylor, soprano; Kenneth Frazelle, piano
Watson Hall, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC; September 2

A BOOK OF DAYS: Strata: Nathan Williams, clarinet; James Stern, violin; Audrey Andrist, piano
Thalian Hall, Wilmington, NC; November 2

ARIA (WITH DIVERSIONS) (World Premiere): Matthew Michael Brown, organ
Westminster Abbey, London, England; December 7