Performances on Video and Audio

  • Dolce Suono Ensemble: Claude Debussy Centennial Festival Concert: “Between the Notes”  April 24th 2018 at Trinity Center for Urban Life. 
    • 0:00 Introduction by Artistic Director Mimi Stillman
    • 16:16 Andrea Clearfield, Rhapsody for flute, harp, and string trio
    • 31:51 Maurice Ravel, Duo for violin and cello (1st and 2nd movements)
    • 41:15 Thomas Whitman, Soekia’s Dance for flute, viola, and harp
    • 48:43 Claude Debussy, Sonata for flute, viola, and harp
    • 1:06:04 Andre Jolivét, Chant de Linos for flute, violin, viola, cello, and harp

  • Agora Dance, April 27th 2018 at the Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center, Washington DC. Includes the premiere of The Wedding Guest, a ballet based on Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner collaboratively created by choreographer Olivia Sabee and composer Thomas Whitman.
    • 0:00 Spoken introduction by Artistic Director Olivia Sabee
    • 2:10 The Wedding Guest (Sabee/Whitman)
    • 25:00 Could’ve Been (Choreography: Tarik O’Meally)
    • 33:05 3 Minutes Max 2018: What is a Lie? (Curated by Sam Horning)
  • Chester Children’s Chorus Concert, December 13th 2019 at Lang Concert Hall, Swarthmore College: premiere of Whitman‘s Night / Dawn.
    • Text (Psalm 30:6, in Hebrew and English): At night there is weeping, and at dawn there is joy.