January 23, 2009 – Philadelphia Chamber Music Society . Premiere of Goyescas (2009) for flute and guitar by Marina Piccinini, flute, and Emanuele Segre .

February 1, 2009, 3 PM – Alfred Newman Hall, USC Campus University Park Campus, University of Southern California – Performance of selections from Five Songs (1986) arr. for mezzo and based on text by Garcia Lorca by mezzo Janelle DeStefano at her DMA Recital titled Cancion Espanola: An Afternoon of Spanish Song

February 15, 2009 – Music at Riverdale Concert series – performance of Voces de mi tierra (2003) by Terra Voce .

March 5, 2009, 4 PM – Bridgewater College – performance of Voces de mi tierra (2003) byTerra Voce .

June 14, 2009, 3 PM – Smithsonian American Art Museum, McEvoy Auditorium – performance of Portraits II (1999) by the West Shore Piano trio with flutist Kathryn Master.

June 21, 2009, 6 PM – Unna International Lichtkunstzentrum, Unna near Dortmund/Germany – World premiere of Gacelas de Amor (2009) for soprano, flute and piano, written for and to be premiered by male soprano Joerg Waschinski, and members of the Meininger-Trio

June 28, 2009 – Festival Internacional de Sitges (Concerts de Mitjanit) – Premiere ofGoyescas for flute, viola and piano (2009) , written for Martinez, Isabel Felix and Joan Felix.

July 6, 2009 – Auditori de La Pedrera de Caixa Catalunya. Sponsored by the Fundacio Frederic Mompou. Spanish Premiere of Homenaje a Mompou (2006) for piano by pianistMarcel Worms.

November 4, 2009 – Bargemusic, NY – Performance of Voces de mi tierra by the neoLIT Ensemble.

November 17, 2007 (8:00 PM) (Midland) and 18 (3:00 PM) (Odessa), 2007. Premiere and several performances of The Flaming Rock for SATB chorus and string quartet by theAllegro Chorale and Orchestra Inc. of Midland/Odessa conducted by Nyela Basney and theCassatt String Quartet. Commissioned by the Allegro/Chorale and Orchestra Inc. of Midland/Odessa.

November 29, 2007, 9:00 PM PM –Hertogenbosch, de Toonzaal, Holland. Performance ofHomenaje a Mompou for solo piano by pianist Marcel Worms and Colores Andaluces for cello and piano by cellist Larissa Groeneveld.