Performances

If you’re performing one of my works, please contact me and I’ll add your performance details here, together with a link to your choir’s website.

Leanne’s works have been performed in:

*** Argentina *** Australia *** Austria *** Brazil *** Canada *** France *** Germany *** Mexico *** New Zealand *** South Africa *** Spain *** United Kingdom *** United States (see below)

In the USA, Leanne’s works have been performed in:

*** California *** Hawaii *** Idaho *** New Mexico *** New York State *** New York City *** Ohio *** Oregon *** Pennsylvania *** Washington ***

The following is a list of performances I can accurately confirm dates, times, venues and choirs / performers for since 2008. I have NOT included performances I do not have complete details of.


    2011

    Scheduled performances

  • Mary Sings A Lullaby (version with flute accompaniment), All Saints Edmonton, London, scheduled for Nine Lessons Service (December).

  • Sing Christmas!, Burton Joyce Choral Society, Burton Joyce Village Hall near Nottingham, UK, 17th and 19th December, 2011.

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts) and Mary Sings A Lullaby, Renaissance Singers, Hamilton, New Zealand, scheduled performance 11 December.

  • Yule from Wheel of the Year, Timberlake High School Choir, Spirit Lake, Idaho, USA, scheduled performance 7 December.
    Past performances

  • Mary Sings A Lullaby, Sladen Singers, Canada, Carols by Candlelight (December).

  • Sing Christmas!, Southern Consort of Voices, 2nd December, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts) and Mary Sings A Lullaby, Renaissance Singers, Hamilton, New Zealand, 20 November.

  • Love Will Make The Roses Grow, The Susquehanna University Women’s Choir, Susquehanna University, Pennsylvania, USA, November 18.

  • Mabon: Song of the Autumn Equinox, Cortland Community Chorus, New York, USA, November.

  • Ostara (from Wheel of the Year), Cortland Community Chorus, New York, USA, November.

  • The Wheel of the Year (entire cycle), RMIT Occasional Choral Society and LaTrobe University Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia (21 October).

  • Mary Sings A Lullaby (3 voice version), The Three Mezzos, Auckland, NZ, (September).

  • Where is the Moon? and Love Will Make the Roses Grow, “Clarissa and Diana”, Pischelsdorf, Styria, Austria (25th September).

  • Beltane, Yule and Closing the Circle from Wheel of the Year,RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia, (16 September).

  • Samhain, Yule and Beltane from Wheel of the Year, Renaissance Singers, Hamilton, New Zealand (14 August).

  • Yule from Wheel of the Year, RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia (13 August).

  • Yule from Wheel of the Year, RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia (21 July).

  • Yule from Wheel of the Year, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (8 July)

  • Ostara from Wheel of the Year, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (8 July)

  • Mabon: Song of the Autumn Equinox from Wheel of the Year, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (8 July)

  • Beltane from Wheel of the Year, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (8 July)

  • Crescent Moon, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (8 July)

  • Crescent Moon, Grupo Talliesin, Brasilia, Brazil (28 June)

  • Love Will Make The Roses Grow, Ohio State Lima University Singers Spring Concert.

  • Once There Were Flowers, Ohio State Lima University Singers Spring Concert.

  • Mabon: Song of the Autumn Equinox, Recorded and released on CD, Grupo Talliesin, Brazil.

  • Yule from Wheel of the Year, Recorded and released on CD, Grupo Talliesin, Brazil.

  • Crescent Moon (recorder version), workshopped at the Northern recorder course, April, Cheshire, UK.

    2010

  • Crescent Moon, North West Youth Choir (National Tour – repeat performances), South Africa

  • Crescent Moon, Sladen Singers, Canada

  • Crescent Moon, Voce In Tempore, Mexico

  • Crescent Moon, Pierce College Choir, California, USA (see Youtube)

  • Crescent Moon, Hearth and Grove Fellowship, USA

  • Crescent Moon, Toni Planelles Choir, Spain

  • Crescent Moon, Instituto de Música José Hernández, Argentina (see Youtube)

  • Blue Sky (premiere), RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Australia

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), Grupo Taliesin, Brazil (see Youtube)

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), Paganus Choir, Canada

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), Cascade, France

  • Pied Beauty (premiere), RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Australia

  • Sing Christmas!, Ohio State Lima University Chorus (two performances)

  • Sing Christmas!, Choir of Immaculate Conception Parish, Vancouver, Canada (two performances)

  • Crescent Moon, scored for recorder ensemble: Steve Marshall, a UK-based composer, has scored Crescent Moon for recorder ensemble and will be using it as a workshop piece in a series of classes running in late 2010 – early 2011.

    2009

  • Crescent Moon, Leeds Guild of Singers, UK

  • Crescent Moon, Cielat Choir, Germany

  • Crescent Moon, North West Choir National Tour, South Africa.

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), Grupo Taliesin, Brazil (part of standard repertoire)

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), Stairwell Singers, Australia

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), The Glastonberries, UK

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), instrumental, RMIT music, Australia

  • Wheel of the Year (excerpts), RMIT Occasional Choral Society, Melbourne, Australia (several movements are part of choir songbook and standard repertoire).

    NOTE: Since approx 2008-2009, several movements of Wheel of the Year have increasingly become popular as traditional repertoire in simplified form at various Pagan and earth-based community holy days and festivals. These performances cannot be tracked by me, and are in significant numbers.


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