I've redesigned and reorganized my composing website, nicholasweininger.com. You can now listen to performance recordings of many of my pieces, buy scores, sign up for my mailing list, and read my updated biography.
Stay tuned for further updates. 2018 is shaping up to be a productive and exciting time for my music:
- In February I wrote an arrangement of the classic Israeli folksong "Yerushalayim Shel Zahav" (Jerusalem of Gold) by Naomi Shemer.
- In March I composed a short setting of "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" which IOCSF will feature on our spring concert program, Pilgrimage and Passage.
- I'll be attending the Choral Chameleon Institute in Brooklyn this June, likely to workshop the final movement of a major three-movement work I'm almost done with. More news on that later in the summer...
- In other singing news, I'll be joining the inaugural Orvieto Festival Choir for concerts this August in Orvieto, Italy. My former high school choir director, Steve Kushner, will conduct, and the choir will include several of my favorite classmates.