Quad-state MTNA convention,
Concord Community Music School, Concord, NH.
October 13th, 2017

“By the Fire”
Catharine Dornin, piano.
St. Paul’s Church, Concord, NH
July, 30th, 2017

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Dec.4th,2016, First Baptist Church, Nashua, NH; Irina Kirilenko, piano

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“White Orchid and Chocolates”
, May 12th, 2016. Concord Community Music School, Concord, NH, Catharine Dornin, piano


Irina Kirilenko, Arrangement of J.S.Bach Concerto in f-moll,
ikili opsiyon sinyalleri “Autumn in New Hampshire”, November 25, 2015, Rickenbach, Deutschland. Irina Kirilenko, piano




binäre optionen demokonto ohne anmeldung bdswiss “Masts in Portsmouth Harbor”,
“Lilacs on Stark Street”,
December, 2, 2015; Rickenbach, Deutschland; Irina Kirilenko, piano


go World Premiere of the Irina Kirilenko quanto si perde con le opzioni binarie “White Orchid and Chocolates” October 11, 2015, dig this Catharine Dornin, piano

"White Orchid and Chocolates"

poster by watch Elena Mahoney
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binäre option Holly Outwin-Tepe, soprano; Mark Pace, organ;


poster by find this Elena Mahoney

================================================= “Bach Minuet Unveiled”, Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow, Russia;
September 27th, 2012; Larissa Schilovskaya, Yulia Ryabova.

Listen Carefully“, The Fourth Biennial Festival of Contemporary Music in America, Bowdoin College, April 28, 1991. Robert Greenlee, conductor.

Program Notes: “Kirilenko, “Listen Carefully.” The warm, Neo-Romantic colors of this setting of a text by Mary Roy are reminiscent of part songs at the turn of the century, with thick sometimes (seven)-part textures and chromatic harmony. A mood of expectation, created in the repeated opening line, flowers into a gently impassioned polyphony, to be followed by the more majestic passages of “Music shakes the trees/The waters shout out loud”. The expectant mood returns at the end of the piece, congruent with the text “A new day is coming on”.
“In the Order of Things”, words by Jim Hensley, Nashua Symphony Chamber Singers, Jim Johnston, conductor

“Child and Mother”,SONATINA for FLUTE and PIANO. Natalie Kruger, flute, Irina Kirilenko, piano

TOMORROW”S DREAMSEmily Davis, soprano, Irina kirilenko, piano

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