Upcoming premieres, performances and projects:
Having acquired the necessary rights, the playwright/lyricist Patrick Ellsworth and I have embarked on the creation of a musical based on Ingmar Bergman’s Wild Strawberries.
17 February 2020: Judith Jáuregui performs Study in Stride at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, Spain.
December 2019: World premiere of my scenic oratorio El laberinto errante performed by Transbaroque in their new space, Café Teatro Transbaroque (Madrid). I’ll be narrating and conducting.
The Plural Enemble will be premiering my The Time Between on their Fall 2019 Spanish National tour.
25 November 2019: Judith Jáuregui performs Study in Stride at the Víctor Villegas Auditorium and Congress Center in Murcia, Spain.
28 May 2019: Judith Jáuregui performs Study in Stride at the Residencia Universitaria Caja Badajoz in Badajoz (Spain).
18 May 2019: The Once and Future New Yorker: The Music of José Luis Greco; Wonderland, Some of My Best Friends Are (world premiere), When the World Was Still… (world premiere), These Dreams of You (world premiere); Risa Renae Harman, soprano; Mira Khomik, violin; Andy Lin, viola; Kate Dillingham, cello; Nelson Ojeda, piano; 8th Annual Queens New Music Festival; The Secret Theatre; 4402 23rd St, Long Island City, NY; https://www.ram-nyc.org/events/the-once-and-future-new-yorker-music-of-jose-luis-greco/
13 March 2019: Joaquín Fernández (cello) and Joan Castelló (percussion) perform The Jewel of Istanbul at the Auditorio Nacional (Madrid) in the Satélites series of the Orquesta Nacional de España.
25 January 2019: Judith Jáuregui performs Study in Stride at the Auditorio Hospedería Fonseca in Salamanca (Spain).
3 January 2019: World premiere of Los payos también cantan (piano trio) by the Trío Arbós at the Auditorium of the Music Conservatory of Israel in Tel Aviv.
27 October 2018: Trío Musicalis performs Big Fun, for bass clarinet, violin and piano, in the Festival de Música de Tres Cantos at the Auditorio de Tres Cantos (Spain).
12 October 2018: World premiere of The Last Bohemian interpreted by Antonio Lapaz, clarinet; Mikolaj Konopelski, cello; and Duncan Gifford, piano; Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Brno, Czech Republic.