Events

30 Oct–13 Nov 2020

Single Issue

unamericanblackbox.org

Un-American Blackbox, a multi-media creative space for the recalibration of what it means to be American, presents SINGLE ISSUE, a digital gallery show featuring Skyline Palimpsest and other works addressing voter issues: policing, climate change, healthcare, and economic inequality.

www.unamericanblackbox.org/single-issue

8 Apr 2021 // 7:30p ET

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: New Milestones 4: Time

chambermusicsociety.org

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents works by Malika Kishino, Patrick Castillo (Incident for violin and piano), Thomas Meadowcroft, and Juri Seo.

chambermusicsociety.org

Past Events

17 Oct 2020 // 2:00p ET

Jennifer Koh: Alone Together

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York, NY

Jennifer Koh gives her first live performance since the COVID-19 outbreak—a livestreamed recital of her Alone Together commissions, including Patrick Castillo's Mina Cecilia's Constitutional, presented as part of the Lincoln Center New Stages series.

lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home/show/alone-together-791

25 Jun 2020 // 7:30p ET – POSTPONED

ChamberFest Cleveland

Mixon Hall, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland, OH

ChamberFest Cleveland presents Patrick Castillo's Tria peccata alongside works by Milhaud, Janácek, Skryabin, and César Franck.

https://chamberfestcleveland.com/2020-festival/

20 Jun 2020 // 7:00p ET

Jennifer Koh: Alone Together

Instagram TV + Facebook Live

Free livestream event, featuring the world premiere of Mina Cecilia's Constitutional, along with new works by Kati Agócs, Vincent Calianno, and Sugar Vendil.

Instagram TV
Facebook Live

2 May 2020 // 7:30p PT – POSTPONED

Emerald City Music

Minnaert Center, Olympia, WA

Kristin Lee, Sean Lee, Dmitri Atapine, and Hyeyeon Park premiere Winter Light, co-commissioned by String Theory at the Hunter, Apex Concerts, and Emerald City Music.

https://www.emeraldcitymusic.org/upcoming-shows/what-you-are-to-me-olympia

1 May 2020 // 8:00p PT – POSTPONED

Emerald City Music

415 Westlake, Seattle, WA

Kristin Lee, Sean Lee, Dmitri Atapine, and Hyeyeon Park premiere Winter Light, co-commissioned by String Theory at the Hunter, Apex Concerts, and Emerald City Music.

https://www.emeraldcitymusic.org/upcoming-shows/what-you-are-to-me-seattle

30 Apr 2020 // 7:30p PT – POSTPONED

Apex Concerts

Nightingale Concert Hall, University of Nevada, Reno, NV

Kristin Lee, Sean Lee, Dmitri Atapine, and Hyeyeon Park premiere Winter Light, co-commissioned by String Theory at the Hunter, Apex Concerts, and Emerald City Music.

28 Apr 2020 // 6:30p ET – POSTPONED

String Theory at the Hunter

Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

Kristin Lee, Sean Lee, Dmitri Atapine, and Hyeyeon Park premiere Winter Light, co-commissioned by String Theory at the Hunter, Apex Concerts, and Emerald City Music.

7 Mar 2020 // 8:00p ET

Manhattan Choral Ensemble

The Manhattan Penthouse on Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

The Manhattan Choral Ensemble celebrates its twentieth anniversary with the premiere of "The Many Hills Songbook: Music to be Sung with Friends," including Patrick Castillo's I love the jocund dance.

mce.nyc

13 Feb 2020 // 7:30p ET

Jasper Chamber Concerts

Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting - Skyspace, Philadelphia, PA

The Jasper String Quartet performs Skyline Palimpsest alongside works by Haydn and Mendelssohn.

http://www.jasperchamberconcerts.com/201920season

11 Feb 2020 // 7:30p ET

Jasper String Quartet

Crosslands, Kennett Square, PA

The Jasper String Quartet presents the world premiere of Skyline Palimpsest.

16 Nov 2019 // 7:30p ET

Haverford College Concert Artist Series

Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium, Haverford College, Haverford, PA

Third Sound performs Patrick Castilo's Music for Four alongside music by Brahms (Clarinet Trio), Schoenberg (Kammersymphonie no. 1), and Ingrid Arauco.

https://ems-web.quaker.haverford.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?data=hHr80o3M7J6PS6QJYiaq525JrVC9Ek%2BH/ySrtKv5mB/28s4dB2WBwMR52bgzLBKX

15 Nov 2019 // 8:00p ET

Experiential Orchestra: Bulgarian Virtuosity with EXO

Roulette Intermedium, Brooklyn, NY

The Experiential Orchestra presents a program of traditional Bulgarian music, including new works and transcriptions by Patrick Castillo, Lainie Fefferman, Sugar Vendil, and others.

https://experientialorchestra.com/concerts

27 Sep 2019 // 7:00p ET

Hotel Elefant

Areté Venue & Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Hotel Elefant performs The Way Things Work alongside music by Carlos Bandera, Alexandra Gardner, Kaija Saariaho (Oi kuu), Sean Harold, and Lois V Vierk (Red Shift).

18 Jun 2019 // 9:00p ET

Chamberfest Cleveland

The Wine Spot, Cleveland, OH

Alexi Kenney performs Cirque.

https://chamberfestcleveland.com/events/electronics-with-alexi-kenney/

1 Jun 2019 // 8:00p CT

Birdfoot Festival

George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center, New Orleans, LA

Karen Kim performs Dreamers often lie as part of the Birdfoot Festival's season finale. The program also features music by Dowland, Monteverdi, Purcell, Schubert, et al.

https://birdfootfestival.org/concerts-events/2019-festival-2/final-gala-concert/

30 May 2019 // 10:00p CT

Birdfoot Festival

Three Keys, Ace Hotel, New Orleans, LA

Karen Kim performs Dreamers often lie.

https://birdfootfestival.org/concerts-events/2019-festival-2/late-night-rite/

26 Feb 2019 // 6:00p ET

Miller Theatre Pop-Up Concerts presents Third Sound

Miller Theatre, Columbia University, New York, NY

Third Sound appears on the Miller Theatre's Pop-Up Concerts series, offering Patrick Castillo's Music for Four alongside music by Ingrid Arauco and Arnold Schoenberg (Kammersymphonie no. 1, arr. Webern).

https://www.millertheatre.com/events/2019/02/26

16 Dec 2018 // 7:00p ET

Verdant Vibes

Firehouse Theatre, Newport, RI

Verdant Vibes performs The Way Things Work alongside music by Joshua Carro, Thomas Feng, Ian Frederick, Victoria Malawey, Patricia Martinez, and Nicole Murphy.

www.verdantvibes.com

14 Dec 2018 // 8:00p ET

Verdant Vibes

Mathewson Street Theater, Providence, RI

Verdant Vibes performs The Way Things Work alongside music by Joshua Carro, Thomas Feng, Ian Frederick, Victoria Malawey, Patricia Martinez, and Nicole Murphy.

www.verdantvibes.com

6 Dec 2018 // 7:30p ET

Jasper Chamber Concerts

Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting - Skyspace, Philadelphia, PA

Violinist Karen Kim and cellist Rachel Henderson Freivogel perform The Way Things Work.

www.jasperchamberconcerts.com

1 Dec 2018 // 8:00p ET

Hotel Elefant

The Crypt at Church of the Intercession, New York, NY

Hotel Elefant presents To Hear You Tell It alongside the world premiere of Kirsten Volness's Letters That You Will Not Get and other works.

hotelelefant.org

8 May 2018 // 7:30p CT

The Schubert Club

Summit Beer Hall, St. Paul, MN

Third Sound performs the Midwest premiere of Patrick Castillo's Music for Four, alongside music by Brahms, Schoenberg (Chamber Symphony no. 1, arr. Webern), and Ingrid Arauco (Fantasy-Quartet).

https://schubert.org/event/third-sound/

29 Mar 2018 // 6:30p & 9:00p ET

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Rose Studio, Lincoln Center, New York, NY

Alexander Sitkovetsky and Wu Qian perform Patrick Castillo's Incident for violin and piano. Also featuring music by Andy Akiho, Carl Vine, and Pierre Jalbert.

https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/new-music-march-29-2018-630/
https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/nyc/events/upcoming/new-music-march-29-2018-900/

3 Feb 2018 // 7:30p ET

Great Music at St. Bart's presents Hotel Elefant

St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, NY

Great Music at St. Bart's presents Hotel Elefant in a program juxtaposing music by Kaija Saariaho (Nocturne, Oi kuu) with the New York City premieres of new works by Hannis Brown, Patrick Castillo, Jascha Narveson, Leaha Maria Villarreal, and Kirsten Volness.

http://mmpaf.org/

19 Nov 2017 // 4:00p PT

Ensemble for These Times

Berkeley Piano Club, Berkeley, CA

Ensemble for These Times presents Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano.

http://www.e4tt.org/

5 Oct 2017 // 7:30p ET

American University Museum: The Sins in Concert

American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC

Conductor James Blachly and the Experimental Orchestra present an evening of new music by Patrick Castillo, Kate Ettinger, Christopher Wendell Jones, Kirsten Volness, and Wang Lu in response to the American University Museum's exhibition "William Woodward: The Seven Deadly Sins: Oil Paintings and Master Drawings, 1994–2014."

http://www.american.edu/cas/museum

29 May–3 Jun 2017

Birdfoot Festival

New Orleans, LA

Patrick Castillo joins the 2017 Birdfoot Festival as composer-in-residence.

birdfootfestival.org

26 Apr 2017 // 12:00p PT

Areon Flutes at Santa Clara University Noontime Concerts

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Areon Flutes performs a free lunchtime recital, including Patrick Castillo's like the tide...

http://scupresents.org/performances/music-noon-areon-flutes-0

20 Apr 2017 // 7:30p ET

Quodlibet Ensemble

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church, New York, NY

Quodlibet Ensemble presents the world premiere of Living is easy with eyes closed for string orchestra and electronics. Program also features music by Handel, Britten, Muffat, and Vivaldi.

http://www.ensembleq.com/concerts/

6 Mar 2017 // 8:30p ET

Anti-Social Music: ASM Drinks Alone

65Fen, Brooklyn, NY

ASM performs a set of solo pieces written by Patrick Castillo (Through the Panic), Ty Citerman, Andrea La Rose, Pat Muchmore, and Charlie Waters. Performers include Ty Citerman (guitar), Domenica Fossati (flute), Mihai Marica (cello), and Pat Muchmore (cello).

http://antisocialmusic.org/

5 Mar 2017 // 1:30p PT

Hot Air Music Festival

San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Osher Salon, San Francisco, CA

Areon Flutes performs Patrick Castillo's like the tide...

http://hotairmusicfestival.com/

10 Feb 2017 // 8:30p ET

Anti-Social Music: ASM Drinks Alone

IBeam, Brooklyn, NY

ASM performs a set of solo pieces written by Patrick Castillo (the New York premiere of Through the Panic), Ty Citerman, Max Duykers, Andrea La Rose, Pat Muchmore, Ed RosenBerg and Charlie Waters. Performers include Ty Citerman (guitar), Domenica Fossati (flute), Steven Gosling (piano), Mihai Marica (cello), Pat Muchmore (cello), and Ed RosenBerg (reeds).

http://antisocialmusic.org/
​https://www.facebook.com/events/1721951484787085/?active_tab=about

22 Jan 2017 // 2:30p ET

Society for New Music

Hosmer Auditorium, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY

The Society for New Music presents Patrick Castillo's To Hear You Tell It alongside music by Ryan Chase, Kaito Nakahori, Stephen Ferre, Charles Fussell, and Kevin Ames.

http://www.societyfornewmusic.org/concerts.cfm

6 Dec 2016 // 6:00p CT

MIX at SIX: Lil Buck with Mihai Marica – What Moves You

Harris Theater, Chicago, IL

Charles “Lil Buck” Riley brought international attention to the street dance Memphis jookin in 2011 when a video of his improvised performance with cellist Yo-Yo Ma went viral on YouTube, resulting in Ma declaring him a “genius.” Since then Lil Buck, who is trained in both ballet and hip-hop, has performed with Madonna, New York City Ballet, and Cirque du Soleil. What Moves You is an intimate duo collaboration between Lil Buck and one of today’s youngest and most accomplished classical cellists, Mihai Marica. Lil Buck and Mihai will present an interactive performance that reveals the intricacy and immediacy of the creative process between movement and music, and challenge the boundaries of what the two instruments – the body and the cello – can do. Featuring the world premiere of Patrick Castillo's Through the Panic.

​https://harristheaterchicago.org/tickets/2016-2017-season/mix-at-six--lil-buck

13–19 Nov 2016

Festival de Música Contemporánea de La Habana

Havana, Cuba

New York City-based ensemble Third Sound (Sooyun Kim, flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Karen Kim, violin; Michael Nicolas, cello; Orion Weiss, piano; Patrick Castillo, composer & managing director) returns to the Havana Contemporary Music Festival. Presented in conjunction with the American Composers Forum, Third Sound will present a program of music by Lembit Beecher, Pierre Jalbert, Hiroya Miura, and Wang Lu.

http://www.musicacontemporanea.cult.cu/

21 Oct 2016 // 7:30p ET

Great Music at St. Bart's presents Third Sound

St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, NY

Third Sound (Sooyun Kim, flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Karen Kim, violin; Michael Nicolas, cello; Orion Weiss, piano; Patrick Castillo, composer & managing director) launches the Great Music at St. Bart's season; program to include the world premiere of Patrick Castillo's The Way Things Works, alongside music by Lembit Beecher, Michael Harrison, Hiroya Miura, and Wang Lu.

http://mmpaf.org

17 Jul 2016 // 10:00a ET

Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival

Father Ryan Arts Center, McKees Rocks, PA

The Skull, a film by Graceann Dorse, with music & sound design by Patrick Castillo, screened at the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival.

http://www.pghindie.com/2016_Schedule.html

16 Jul 2016 // 5:00p ET

Katra Film Series

Katra Lounge, New York, NY

The Skull, a film by Graceann Dorse, with music & sound design by Patrick Castillo, screened at the Katra Film Series.

http://katrafilmseries.com/

8 Jun 2016 // 7:30p ET

Cadillac Moon Ensemble

Norman S. Benzaquen Hall, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, New York, NY

Cadillac Moon Ensemble presents the world premiere of To Hear You Tell It for flute, violin, cello, and percussion.

http://cadillacmoonensemble.com/events/

24 May 2016 // 7:30p CT

The Chicago Ensemble

Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL

Cellist Rebecca Zimmerman and pianist Gerald Rizzer perform Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano.

http://www.thechicagoensemble.org/

22 May 2016 // 3:00p CT

The Chicago Ensemble

International House at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Cellist Rebecca Zimmerman and pianist Gerald Rizzer perform Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano.

http://www.thechicagoensemble.org/

3 May 2016 // 9:30p ET

Third Sound

National Sawdust, Brooklyn, NY

Third Sound presents Patrick Castillo's Incident for violin and piano alongside music by Kati Agócs, Elliott Carter, Michael Harrison, Toru Takemitsu, and Spencer Topel.

http://natsaw.co/thirdsound

15 Apr 2016

Guerrilla Composers Guild + Areon Flutes

The Center for New Music, San Francisco, CA

Areon Flutes presents the world premiere of a new work by Patrick Castillo for flute trio.

www.guerrillamusic.org
www.areonflutes.com

12 Mar 2016 // 8:00p ET

Locrian Chamber Players

Riverside Church, 10th Floor Performance Space, New York, NY

The Locrian Chamber Players present Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano alongside music by David Lang, Donnacha Dennehy, and Charles Peck.

http://www.locrian.org

6 Mar 2016 // 5:30p PT

LA Indie Film Fest

Let Live Theatre, West Hollywood, CA

The Skull, a film by Graceann Dorse, with music & sound design by Patrick Castillo, screened at the LA Indie Film Fest's Shorts Program 3.

http://laindiefilmfest.com/schedule/shorts/the-skull/

30 Jan 2016 // 7:00p MT

Abundant Silence Publishing: New Works Concert

Wash Park UCC/CMA, Denver, CO

The Playground Ensemble performs Patrick Castillo's Lola.

https://www.picatic.com/newworksconcert2016

This event will be streamed live at www.openingnightlive.net.

23 Jan 2016 // 8:30a CT

Cinema on the Bayou

Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA

The Skull, a film by Graceann Dorse, with music & sound design by Patrick Castillo, premieres as part of Cinema on the Bayou's Narrative Shorts Series.

https://cinemaonthebayou.com/index.php?option=com_fabrik&view=details&formid=3&rowid=361&Itemid=145

12 Jan 2016 // 7:30p ET

Great Music at St. Bart's presents Third Sound

St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, NY

Third Sound (Sooyun Kim, flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Karen Kim, violin; Michael Nicolas, cello; Orion Weiss, piano; Patrick Castillo, composer & managing director) makes its New York debut.

Program TBC.

15–21 Nov 2015

Festival de Música Contemporánea de La Habana

Havana, Cuba

New York City-based ensemble Third Sound (Sooyun Kim, flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Karen Kim, violin; Michael Nicolas, cello; Orion Weiss, piano; Patrick Castillo, composer & managing director) makes its debut with a weeklong residency at the Havana Contemporary Music Festival. Presented in conjunction with the American Composers Forum, Third Sound will present a complete program of works by living American composers, in addition to collaborative activities with other festival musicians.

http://www.musicacontemporanea.cult.cu/

17 Aug 2015

Festival de Musique Classique d'Uzerche

Uzerche, France

Baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and the Quatuor Arod perform Patrick Castillo's arrangements of selected Lieder of Hugo Wolf.

http://festival-musique.uzerche.fr/ 

13 Aug 2015 // 5:30p CT

Gesher Music Festival

Tavern of Fine Arts, St. Louis, MO

Violinist Karen Kim performs Patrick Castillo's Cirque for solo violin.

http://www.geshermusicfestival.org/concerts/2015/8/13/meet-the-artists

17 Jul 2015 // 7:30p ET

Friday Musicale

Jacksonville, FL

Violinist Piotr Szewczyk performs Patrick Castillo's Cirque for solo violin.

http://fridaymusicale.com/schedule/piotr-szewczyk-violin/

10 Jul 2015 // 7:30p CT

Green Lake Festival of Music

The Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts, Fond du Lac, WI

Violinist Karen Kim and pianist Andrew Armstrong present the world premiere of Patrick Castillo's Incident for violin and piano.

http://www.greenlakefestival.org

5 Jun 2015 // 7:00p ET

Cadillac Moon Ensemble

207 Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY

As part of Cadillac Dinner Ensemble 2.0, CME violinist Karen Kim performs Patrick Castillo's Cirque for solo violin.

http://cadillacmoonensemble.com/
https://www.artful.ly/store/events/3376

 

9 May 2015 // 8:00p ET

The Manhattan Choral Ensemble

Church of the Incarnation, New York, NY

The Manhattan Choral Ensemble presents "M0NT3V3RD1 Reconstructed: Songs of Love and War," featuring the world premiere of Patrick Castillo's Diaries of Exile.

http://www.manhattanchoralensemble.org/concerts/m0nt3v3rd1-reconstructed-songs-of-love-and-war/

8 May 2015 // 8:00p ET

Anti-Social Music

IBeam, Brooklyn, NY

Edward RosenBerg III performs Patrick Castillo's Two Pieces after Grass for tenor saxophone and sampler.

http://antisocialmusic.org/performances/DrinksAloneAgainAgain.shtml

15 Mar 2015 // 1:30p PT

Hot Air Music Festival

San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Osher Salon, San Francisco, CA

The Hot Air Music Festival presents Patrick Castillo's Dreamers often lie for violin, electronics, and spoken word.

http://hotairmusicfestival.com/

27 Feb 2015 // 5:00p MT

Open Space Festival of New Music

University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO

The University of Northern Colorado Open Space Festival of New Music presents Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano.

http://www.arts.unco.edu/music/openspace

18 Nov 2014 // 6:00p ET

Festival de Música Contemporánea de La Habana

Basílica Menor del Convento de San Francisco de Asís, Havana, Cuba

The Havana Contemporary Music Festival presents Patrick Castillo's Incident for cello and piano and Anthem [anathema] (from The Quality of Mercy) for mezzo-soprano, violin, and electronics.

http://www.musicacontemporanea.cult.cu/