October 24, 2020


From Cycles of Eternity

online, free access on YouTube
A video pairing of the Cycles of Eternity recording
with artwork by Rita Robillard
Details to follow (season brochure)

Anna Song, director
3. Arwen Myers, soprano

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San Francisco, CA

November 13th, 2020



San Francisco Center for New Music

HAILSTORK: The Pied Piper of Harlem (1980)
SHIM: On All Sides (2020) *
MISURELL-MITCHELL: Dolce, Purete (2014)
JONES: The people could fly (2020)
REINKEMEYER: Wings to Air (2013)*

* world premiere

Meerenai Shim, flute

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Santa Cruz, CA (USA)

August 6, 2022

7:00 p.m. (PT)

#@&%!* (expletive deleted)

Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

News: Broadway World >

Due to Covid concerns within the orchestra, programming for the closing weekend of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music has shifted. Details are below:

Saturday, August 6, 7pm, Moonlight
Andrea Reinkemeyer:
#@&%!* (expletive deleted)
Valentin Silvestrov: Silent Music
Kevin Puts: Moonlight: Second Concerto for Oboe & Strings (Katherine Needleman, oboe)
Christopher Rouse: Ogoun Badagris
Richard Danielpour: Apparitions

This evening’s program features composer Kevin Puts’ Moonlight, a concerto for oboe and string orchestra inspired by the film and its themes of resilience and compassion. Moonlight features the virtuosic oboe soloist Katherine Needleman, for whom the work is written. Richard Danielpour’s Apparitions for string orchestra and percussion is a collection of pieces inspired by fantasies, dream, and stories of the supernatural. Valentin Silvestrov’s Silent Music for string orchestra is a beautiful work by Ukraine’s most famous living composer, who recently fled the war in Ukraine. The Festival’s superstar percussionists take centerstage in Christopher Rouse’s exhilarating Ogoun Badagris, a work deriving its inspiration from Haitian drumming pattern; and Andrea Reinkemeyer’s percussion quartet entitled #@&%!* (expletive deleted).

Original Program:
Andrea REINKEMEYER: Water Sings Fire
Kevin PUTS: Oboe Concerto: Moonlight

Cristian Măcelaru, Music Director and Conductor

Photo: r.r. jones

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Lubbock, TX

October 24, 2022


Smoulder for Wind Ensemble

Hemmle Recital Hall, Texas Tech University School of Music

Firefly (2008) :: Ryan George
A Proper Goodbye (2020) :: Joel Puckett
Smoulder (2019) * :: Andrea Reinkemeyer
Gazebo Dances (1974) :: John Corigliano

Dr. Eric Allen, conductor
* Pershauna Johnson, graduate conductor

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Winona, Minnesota

November 2, 2022


The Diver for Soprano and Piano

Winona State University, DuFresne Performing Arts Center

A Modern Bestiary: Song About Our Friends in the Animal Kingdom

Commissioned by and dedicated to Liz Pearse.
Megan Levad, poet

Francis Poulenc - Le bestiaire ou le Cortège d’Orphée (1919)
Fredrick Gifford
- The pros and cons of Live Food (2018)
Katherine Pukinskis - The Sea Cow (2018)
Jason Belcher
- Unit of Measure (2021)
Stacey Barelos
- Cretoxyrhina (2020)
Anthony Donofrio
- And so the penguin (2019)
Daniel Nass - Ode to a Wombat (2022, premiere)
Emily Joy Sullivan - The Wombat (2022, premiere)
Jacob Mashak - Death of a Wombat (2022, premiere)
Andrea Reinkemeyer - The Diver (2022)
Liz Pearse, soprano and piano

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National Harbor, Maryland

November 6, 2022


Dos Danzas for Concert Band

All-National Honor Ensemble: Concert Band

2022 National Conference >
National Association for Music Educators (NAfME)
Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center (National Harbor, Maryland) Program

The Governor's Own :: Alton Adams, ed. Mark Clague
Token of Gratitude :: Jamey Boezi
Dos Danzas :: Andrea Reinkemeyer
Here We Rest :: Anthony Barkield
From Symphony No. 2, Apollo Unleashed :: Frank Ticheli
Rodney Dorsey, conductor

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Pocatello, Idaho

November 16, 2022


thank-you notes for Concert Band

Jensen Hall, Idaho State University

Tom Kloss, director

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Hawker ACT 2614, Australia

November 27, 2022


Dos Danzas for Concert Band

Canberra City Band at Hawker College Theatre

Music, She Wrote >
A concert celebrating living female composers from Australia and across the world

Auróra Musis Amica :: Sally Greenaway
Scary Clown Theme (Canberra premiere) :: Neille Williams
Twist :: Jodie Blackshaw
Dos Danzas (Australia premiere) :: Andrea Reinkemeyer
Beauty Broken (Canberra premiere) :: Nicole Piunno
Kangaroo Hill (World premiere) :: Elaine Johnson

Shilong Ye, director

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Eugene, Oregon

Friday, January 13, 2023

3:45pm (free)

Hustle and Bustle for Concert Band

Soreng Theatre, Hult Center for the Arts

"Celebrating Diversity, Pursuing Harmony" - 2023 OMEA Conference

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Friday, January 27, 2023

8:00 p.m. (free)

Into the Labyrinth

Keene Theatre, Residential College University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)


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Florida State University College of Music

March 1, 2023

7:30 p.m. (ET)

Wrought Iron

Pamela Bereuter, flute & Darcy Wright, percussion
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March 17-18, 2023

2023 Northwest Regional Conference

College Music Society (CMS) Boise State University


Sean Fredenburg, alto saxophone

Javier Rodriguez, bassoon

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New York, NY/USA

Thursday, March 30, 2023

7:30 p.m. (ET)

Wrought Iron

Stand Clear at Christ & St. Stephen's Church

STAND CLEAR presents: "The Moon Goes Down: An Evening in the Americas"

"From raucous dances to tenebrous meditations—anything can happen when the moon goes down!

Brazilian choro, Venezuelan joropo, and Argentinian tango intertwine with modern works by Molly Joyce, Andrea Reinkemeyer, and George Crumb in this flute and percussion concert featuring music of the night from across the Americas.

Stand Clear is a project of Riley Palmer and Leo Sussman, dedicated to rambunctiously pluralistic noisemaking. We're delighted to also feature percussionists Dániel Matei and Jonathan Collazo on this concert."

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Concert 2, SCI Nat'l Conference

Wrought Iron will be presented online during Concert #2 of the SCI National Conference.

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Cleveland, OH/USA

June 27, 2023 at 7 p.m.

in the speaking silence

Kaiser Gallery

theblankexperiment performs "in the speaking silence"

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Santa Cruz, CA

August 5th, 2023

7:00 p.m. (PT)

Water Sings Fire for Orchestra

Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

Peter SHIN: Relapse
Carlos SIMON: Tales - A Folklore Symphony
Andrea REINKEMEYER: Water Sings Fire
Tan DUN: The Tears of Nature

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McMinnville, OR/USA

August 30, 2023

7 p.m.

Premiere performance: Red Flame

Linfield Collaborative Music Ensemble at Delkin Recital Hall

The Linfield Collaborative Music Ensemble presents the premiere performance of "Red Flame" for Flute and Marimba

Alexis Evers, flute
Florian Conzetti, marimba

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San Francisco Bay Area

September 3, 2023

6 p.m. (PDT)

TEARS of NATURE concert broadcast

Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music; Sarah Cahill, host of KALW's Revolutions per Minute

Revolutions Per Minute with host Sarah Cahill (Bay Area)

September 3, 2023
KALW 91.7 FM  - Water Sings Fire

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Eugene, OR/USA

Thursday, October 19, 2023

7:30 PM

Water Sings Fire for Orchestra

Eugene Symphony | Francesco Lecce-Chong, conductor
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Eugene, OR/USA

Friday, November 10, 2023 at 10 AM (PT)

Water Sings Fire for Orchestra

Concert Broadcast on KWAX

Re-broadcast of the Eugene Symphony performance of October 17, 2023 on KWAX 91.1

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Santa Cruz, CA / USA

Saturday, November 11, 2023

12:30 p.m. PT


Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music and California Festival


Free registration required.

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Lexington, KY/USA

Thursday, November 16, 2023


UK Horn Studio Guest Artists

Niles Galley in School of Music at University of Kentucky

The Dana Trio performs new works for soprano, horn, and piano. Featuring composers Andrea Reinkemeyer, Cara Haxo, Jamie Wilding, Dave Morgan, and Elliott Bark.

"Beyond Auf dem Strom: Diversifying Repertoire for Horn, High Voice, and Piano" - event link

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Carthage, MO/USA

Sunday, December 10, 2023 (4:30 PM CST)

Four State Symphonic Winds

Carthage Auditorium

MMEA preview concert featuring works by Michael Daugherty, Percy Grainger, Andrea Reinkemeyer, and Ottorino Respighi.

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Osage Beach, MO/USA

Thursday, January 25, 2024 at 9:45 p.m. (CT)

86th MMEA Conference

Margaritaville Lake Resort

II. Gallo fino from Dos Danzas for Concert Band
Four State Symphonic Winds >
Dr. Brandon Robinson, conductor >


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Toledo, OH/USA

February 6, 2024

TAPA is selected for NEA grant

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Toledo, OH/USA

March 22-23, 2024

PREMIERE: ...of the spheres

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Vancouver, BC/Canada

March 15, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.

CMS Northwest Chapter Conference

University of British Columbia
Red Flame for Flute and Marimba (2021)
Alexis Evers, flute
Florian Conzetti, marimba

Florian Conzetti's proposal for Performances & Lecture-Recitals was accepted to the CMS Northwest Chapter Conference 2024: "A Pioneering Composer Readings and Chamber Music Mentorship Program for Professional Student Development." This features my program, the Lacroute Composer Readings and Chamber Music Mentorship Program at Linfield University through the performance of my Red Flame with student works developed through the program.

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Portland, Oregon

March 16-17, 2024

From Cycles of Eternity

In Mulieribus with Arwen Myers, soprano
In Mulieribus

Our Spring program contemplates the mysteries of time and eternity through music and texts to touch our hearts and unite us across time and space. The program will feature the complete performance of Oregon composer Andrea Reinkemeyer’s haunting Cycles of Eternity, as recorded on IM’s recent album. Soprano Arwen Myers joins IM for this special program.

March 16, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.
March 17, 2024 at 4:00 p.m.

The Madeleine Parish
3123 NE 24th Ave.
Portland, OR

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Toledo, OH/USA

March 22-23, 2024

Premiere performances

MARS: Curiosity & Perseverance

A. Trudel conducts Toledo Symphony

In the spring of 2024, Toledo will be in the direct viewing path of a total solar eclipse. To celebrate this phenomenon, the Toledo Symphony has commissioned ADJ*ective New Music – a composers’ collective with ties to Toledo – to compose a suite of new planets. Paired with Gustav Holts’ Planets with stunning visuals from KV 265, this program explores both the scientific mysteries of space and our planets and the human imagination of what lies beyond our world.

Alain Trudel, Conductor

ADJective New Music
World Premiere

Gustav Holst
The Planets

Read the press release!

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Portland, OR/USA

Tuesday, April 2, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. (PST)

First Tuesdays Online with GPFS

Greater Portland Flute Society :: Alexis Evers and Andrea Reinkemeyer

Flutist Alexis Evers presents on Flute and Percussion Music including an introduction to composer Dr. Andrea Reinkemeyer and a performance of her composition for flute and percussion Red Flame.

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Kent, Ohio/USA

Tuesday, April 9, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.

Trio SeaRon: Letter to a friend

Ludwig Recital Hall at Kent State University

Trio SaeRon performs works by composers representing marginalized or underrepresented groups.

James Wilding: Lonely Night
Andrea Reinkemeyer: Letter to a Friend
Elliott Bark: Brother Tiger
KeeYoung Kim: A Love Song for Violet
Cara Haxo: Of Which We Dreamed Not Before
Dave Morgan: In This Moment and Tonight

TRIO SaeRon:
Misook Yun, soprano
Sean Yancer, horn
Caroline Oltmanns, piano

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Portland, Oregon/USA

April 13, 2024 at 9:15 a.m.

Red Flame at Flute Fair

Greater Portland Flute Society

Saturday, 9:15-12:15: GPFS Member Performances, McLoughlin Auditorium (1st floor); Clackamas Community College.

9:15 – 9:45:  New Works for Flute and Marimba by Student and Faculty Composers, performed by Linfield College music faculty flutist Alexis Evers & percussionist Florian Conzetti. A showcase of compositions for flute and marimba by Linfield student composers, along with Red Flame by Andrea Reinkemeyer. The student works were premiered in November 2023 as part of the Lacroute Composer Readings & Chamber Music Mentorship program at Linfield University. Red Flame served as the reference work for this ensemble, and was premiered by Conzetti and Evers in August 2023.

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Orland, FL/United States

Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 5 p.m.

UCF University Band

Pegasus Ballroom: UCF Student Union

The UCF Concert Band and University Band, the two non-auditioned ensembles in the UCF Bands, present their final concert of the Spring 2024 semester, featuring works by many of the wind band’s most exciting established and emerging composers. The concert can also be viewed live online.

UCF University Band

Scott Lubaroff, Director of Bands

Kaitlin Oresky & Ryan Polk, Graduate Conductors

  1. Declaration Overture (1976) - Claude T. Smith / Ryan Polk, Graduate Conductor
  2. Thank You Notes (2022) - Andrea Reinkemeyer / Kaitlin Oresky, Graduate Conductor
  3. Summit (2020) - Kevin Day / Scott Lubaroff, Conductor
  4. The Sight That Awaits Us (2022) - Kelijah Dunton / Kaitlin Oresky, Graduate Conductor
  5. The Klaxon (1930) - Henry Fillmore / Ryan Polk, Graduate Conductor

UCF Concert Band

Dave Schreier, Director

  • Ride! (2003) - Samuel Hazo
  • Traffic (2006) - Thomas Doss
  • To Soar Above the Clouds (2024) - Cameron Cummins
  • The Great Locomotive Chase (2000) - Robert W. Smith
  • In Joyous Flight (2019) - Patrick Roszell

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Fairfax, VA/USA

Thursday, April 25, 2024

8:00 p.m.

Mason Wind Symphony

In collaboration with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Mason Wind Symphony presents “In Our Hands,” a concert curated to bring awareness to humanity's collective responsibility in Earth conservation. This concert will feature a pre-concert talk highlighting how artists can advocate for environmental awareness.

Works on this final concert of the 2023-2024 performance year, the Mason Wind Symphony presents “An Outdoor Overture” by Aaron Copland, “D’un soir triste” by Lili Boulanger, Aaron Perrine’s immersive “Pale Blue on Deep,” Andrea Reinkemeyer's “Smoulder,” and Jun Nagao’s take on the “missing” movement of Gustav Holst’s The Planets, “Earth.”

$12 General Public, $8 Seniors, $5 Students


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Cranberry Township, PA/USA

Friday, May 24, 2024 at 7 p.m.

Trio SaeRon in Concert

Hope Lutheran Church Sanctuary

Performance: Letter to a friend for Soprano, Horn in F, and Piano (2022)

Trio SaeRon (seh-ron) specializes in the commission and performance of works by composers of under-represented groups. SaeRon is Korean and means 'new' - like the works we commission.

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Houston, Texas/USA

Thursday, June 6, 2024 at 1 p.m.

Orchestra Management & Career Panel

League of American Orchestras National Conference

Learn from insiders how orchestras operate, from an overview of the various functional areas to roles and relationships that are essential for the success of any orchestra. Hear from professionals in a variety of roles about their careers and advice for success in the orchestra world.  


- Rebecca Cain, Vice President of Orchestra Operations, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
- Anwar Nasir, Executive Director, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
- Dr. Andrea Reinkemeyer, Composer,Director of Composition, Associate Professor, Dewberry School of Music at George Mason University
- Katie Sejba, Director of Marketing and Communications, The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University
- Kelly Woodhouse Boston, Senior Director of Operations at Seattle Symphony

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