dominickdiorio
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december 2022
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A SERAPHIC FIRE CHRISTMAS

Seraphic Fire - James K. Bass, conductor

Vanderbilt Presbyterian - Naples, FL

7:00 pm

Within a serene candle-lit setting, the hustle and bustle of the holiday season will quiet and the a capella voices of Seraphic Fire will fill the room with musical peace and joy. Enjoy familiar favorites such as the hauntingly simple, yet lush Jesus Christ the Apple Tree and the enchanting Silent Night, and come away cherishing a newly discovered gem. Associate Conductor James K. Bass and the ensemble are pleased to present seasonal carols and heart-warming music in the 20th season of A Seraphic Fire Christmas. Featuring my work, Woods in Winter. More information and tickets.

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CHIMES OF CHRISTMAS

The Singing Hoosiers and Chris Albanese, director

IU Auditorium - Bloomington, Indiana

7:30 pm

The holiday tradition continues with the jolliest family-friendly event of the season, Chimes of Christmas. The Grammy-nominated Singing Hoosiers return to the IU Auditorium stage for their annual concert, presenting a mix of well-known carols, contemporary hits, and classical choral arrangements. The performances will also feature special guests from various Jacobs School of Music ensembles: including the IU African American Choral Ensemble (Raymond Wise, director) and NOTUS (Dominick DiOrio, director).

Directed by Dr. Chris Albanese, The Singing Hoosiers are a Bloomington favorite with over 70 years of tradition in contemporary vocal performance. They have entertained audiences across the United States and in more than 25 countries spanning Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Caribbean. The ensemble has enjoyed collaborations with Duke Ellington, Bob Hope, Mel Tormé, Sandi Patty, Sylvia McNair, the Indianapolis Symphony, and the Cincinnati Pops under the direction of Erich Kunzel.

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CHIMES OF CHRISTMAS

The Singing Hoosiers and Chris Albanese, director

IU Auditorium - Bloomington, Indiana

2:00 pm

The holiday tradition continues with the jolliest family-friendly event of the season, Chimes of Christmas. The Grammy-nominated Singing Hoosiers return to the IU Auditorium stage for their annual concert, presenting a mix of well-known carols, contemporary hits, and classical choral arrangements. The performances will also feature special guests from various Jacobs School of Music ensembles: including the IU African American Choral Ensemble (Raymond Wise, director) and NOTUS (Dominick DiOrio, director).

Directed by Dr. Chris Albanese, The Singing Hoosiers are a Bloomington favorite with over 70 years of tradition in contemporary vocal performance. They have entertained audiences across the United States and in more than 25 countries spanning Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Caribbean. The ensemble has enjoyed collaborations with Duke Ellington, Bob Hope, Mel Tormé, Sandi Patty, Sylvia McNair, the Indianapolis Symphony, and the Cincinnati Pops under the direction of Erich Kunzel.

november 2022
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BUCHEON CIVIC CHORALE CONCERT

Bucheon Civic Chorale - Kim Jae Eun

Bucheon Citizen's Hall - Bucheon, South Korea

7:00 pm

Conductor Kim Jae Eun and the Bucheon Civic Chorale give a performance of my a cappella work Day of Fire and Sun as part of the competition concert.

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AMERICAN CHORAL GEMS

Bloomington Chamber Singers

St. Mark's United Methodist Church - Bloomington, IN

7:30 pm

The Bloomington Chamber Singers and artistic director Gerald Sousa will perform masterworks by composers from the 20th century as well as those currently forging new paths in the repertoire. Among the works to be presented will be Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and In the Beginning by Aaron Copland. Also on the program will be pieces by Barber, Whitacre, Lauridsen, Elaine Hagenberg, IU’s Dominick DiOrio (All Is for mezzo-soprano, mixed chorus, viola and piano), and BCS’s own Abby Henkel.

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CHORUS PRO MUSICA: ROTHKO CHAPEL

Chorus pro Musica - Jamie Kirsch

Church of the Covenant - 67 Newbury St - Boston, MA

8:00 pm

Jamie Kirsch and Chorus pro Musica present their concert, Rothko Chapel, featuring music of Feldman, Betinis, Green, Hagen, Mozart, and my original work All Is for mezzo-soprano, viola, piano, and mixed chorus. Tickets and more information.

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NY AREA ALL STATE CHOIR PERFORMANCE

NY Area All State Choir - John Cuk, cond.

White Plains HS - White Plains, NY

1:00 pm

The New York Area All State Choir in White Plains, NY gives a performance of my work Say On, Sayers! with John Cuk, conductor and pianist Irena Portenko.

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ALFRED SCHNITTKE: REQUIEM

NOTUS

IU Jacobs School of Music, Auer Concert Hall, Bloomington, IN

8:00 pm

NOTUS and director Dominick DiOrio perform Alfred Schnittke's Requiem, a major work of the late 20th-century, featuring instrumentalists from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, including new IU faculty member and Professor of Practice in Organ Jeffrey Smith.

october 2022
23

NOEMA: UNDER THE PALE MIST

NOEMA - Sanders Lau, conductor

Grand Hall - Lee Shau Kee Culture Center Centennial Campus - Hong Kong

7:30 pm

Presented by the HKU Cultural Management Office, NOEMA Choir and Sanders Lau conductor perform a concert of choral works which includes my original work I Am for soprano solo and mixed choir. More information here.

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HOMECOMING CONCERT: CAL LUTHERAN CHORAL ENSEMBLES

Cal Lutheran Choir - Wyant Morton

Samuelson Chapel - California Lutheran University - Thousand Oaks, CA

2:00 pm

The Cal Lutheran Choir and Cielo (treble choir) with conductor Wyant Morton open the season with one of their hallmark concerts, featuring an eclectic program of innovative and exciting contemporary choral music. Included is my original work A Chain is Broken for tenor, piano, violin, and mixed chorus. More information here.

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