March 1-28 The Passenger by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Oper Frankfurt. Leo Hussain conducts; stage design by Anselm Weber.
March 28 - Eckart Preu leads the Spokane Symphony in Tahrir by Mohammed Fairouz and Angeles de llama y hielo (Angels of Fire and Ice) by Ana Lara.
March 30-April 1 - Morten Lauridsen in residence at Oakland University, Detroit. April 1: an all-Lauridsen concert in Detroit's Orchestra Hall.
April 2 - The Chamber Society of Lincoln Center gives the NYC premiere of
Death with Interruptions by Derek Bermel.
April 8 - Danzon No. 2 by Arturo Marquez, Oklahoma City Phil., Joel Levine conducting.
April 10 -
Jerome Kitzke's Winter Count and Green Automobile with his reading of Ginsberg's "Howl", S. Milwuakee Performing Arts Center.
April 11 - The Buffalo Philharmonic performs The Unanswered Question and Symphony No.2 by Charles Ives; JoAnn Falletta conducts an all-Ives program.
April 11 - Elvis lives in Ohio: performances of Michael Daugherty's Dead Elvis at Ohio State and Kent State.
April 11 - The Ocala Symphony performs Red Cape Tango by Michael Daugherty.
April 12 - To mark the centennial of David Diamond,
Florida Gulf Coast University performs his Tantivy and Heart's Music.
April 17 and 18 - Toque and Indigena by Tania Leon are performed in the Fromm Players at Harvard series. Steven Shick conducts the International Contemporary Ensemble.
Eileen Southern interviews Leon on 4/16, 4pm.
April 18 - Christopher Confessore leads the Brevard Symphony in Ives's Symphony No. 2.
April 19 - Homage to Lorca by Revueltas and Ciranda das Sete Notas by Villa-Lobos, New World Symphony.
April 25 -
The Northwest Symphony performs Ives's The Unanswered Question. Anthony Spain conducts.