Natalie will be a participant and Resident Assistant at the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Brunswick, Maine during the summer of 2014.
The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group will read Strains in the Signal (clarinets, violin, cello & piano; 2014) at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
The song cycle, This is My Voice (2013), will be premiered by mezzo-soprano Tia Price, several Peabody singers, children's voices and wind band (the Peabody Tuned-In program), and pianist Cameron Wentz at 5:00 p.m. in Friedberg Hall at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Please visit thisismyvoice.org for more information.
Members of Baltimore's Occasional Symphony premiered String Quartet: Cold Pane of Glass (2014) at the Baltimore Convention Center as part of the American Crafts Council Exhibition.
The Peabody Post published an article by Joe Sugarman on Tia Price's Presser Project, This is My Voice (2013). From the article: "'I thought they did an amazing job,' says Elijah Wirth, who, as conductor of the Wind Orchestra, worked closely with the duo as the project evolved. 'Some of the content is very intense, and some is definitely written by 12-year-olds, but at the same time, the way Natalie set it all to the music was very complex and artistic. It's going to come off very well in the performance.'" This is My Voice will be premiered on April 5, 2013.
The Kandinsky Trio premiered Piano Trio: Centered, Symmetric & Dissonant (violin, cello & piano; 2013) in Salem, Virginia at Roanoke College as part of their 25 x 25 commissioning project.
Caitlin Vincent, Nathan Wyatt, and Bethany Pietroniro premiered Lady Killers: Patience Boston (soprano, baritone & piano; 2013) at Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Baltimore, Maryland on October 25, 2013. They performed the piece again at Lehman College in New York City on Halloween, October 31, 2013. The creepy text for this song cycle combines the writing of Caitlin Vincent with a poem by Salita Bryant.