Percussia: Starfish at Pescadero @ Queens Museum

Queens-based ensemble Percussia performs Dennis's Starfish at Pescadero at the Queens Museum. Percussia commissioned the work in 2007, and this is the ensemble's third time performing it. Based on poetry by Idris Anderson, the piece tells of an afternoon spent at the beach, and of falling in love with the wrong person. Percussia Ingrid Gordon […]

SWR Vokalensemble

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Patrick Angus Reclining Nude Darien 1989 Gouache auf Papier 36 x 51 cm Sammlung Martine Ehlinger, Luxemburg © Douglas Blair Turnbaugh Inspired by the work of Patrick Angus, soloists from the SWR Vocal Ensemble give an insight into the scene of the "gay composer" in New York with its long history and stylistic diversity. The […]

This Glass @ Cheah Chan Duo

Baritone Phillip Cheah and pianist Trudy Chan perform Dennis' song This Glass on a program of American art songs from the last quarter century. Broad Stripes and Bright Stars Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 8:00 pm The Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church New York, NY

NewMusicShelf Anthologies of New Music

Dennis and pianist Trudy Chan present twenty songs by living composers collected in the NewMusicShelf Anthology of New Music: Tenor, Vol. 1. Works by: Paul Ayres, Chester Biscardi, Clint Borzoni, Steven Burke, Daniel Gilliam, Juliana Hall, Drew Hemenger, Garrett Hope, Rory Johnston, David Leisner, Lisa Neher, Frank J. Oteri, Gabrielle Owens, Darien Shulman, Dennis Tobenski, […]

Only Air @ Juventas New Music Ensemble

First Church in Boston 66 Marlborough St, Boston, MA

The Juventas New Music Ensemble performs Dennis’ Only Air.Pride: Hand in Hand Saturday, June 1, 2019 7:30pm​First Church Boston 66 Marlborough StreetEquality: Observing the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and launch of the modern gay rights movement, with new music by LGBTQ+ composers

To a Western Boy by Cheah-Chan Duo

National Opera Center 330 7th Ave, 7th fl., New York, NY

The Cheah-Chan Duo perform "To a Western Boy" on their program I Sing the Body Electric: Celebrating the Walt Whitman Bicentennial, with works by Ned Rorem, Ben Schuman, and others, with selections from the Whitman Call for Scores. Marc A. Scorca Hall National Opera Center 330 7th Ave., 7th Fl.

Good Bones @ Ear Taxi Festival

Epiphany Center for the Arts 201 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, IL

City Beautiful: featuring Laurel Black, Michael Hall, Megan Ihnen, and Marianne Parker Pierce Gradone: Power Ballade Steven Snowden: Twenty-five Million Candles Dennis Tobenski: Good Bones Francine Trester: The Daniel Burnham Suite Regina Harris Baiocchi: Landscapes Marianne Parker, piano Megan Ihnen, mezzo-soprano Michael Hall, viola Laurel Black, marimba