Andrew Lewinter’s Trio for Oboe, Horn, and Piano is now available for purchase on SheetMusic Plus and through this website. This work was written for Florida Philharmonic oboist John Dee and former Canadian Brass horn player Bernhard David Scully. It is in three interrelated movements. The third movement is a Theme and Variations.
Andrew Lewinter’s Waltz for Flute and Cello will be released on flutist Dieter Flury’s solo album on Navona Records, Aero, in the summer of 2020. It was recorded with cellist Branimir Pusticki.
Andrew Lewinter’s Concerto for Tuba and Orchestra is now available for purchase on Sheet Music Plus and through this website. This Concerto, which is also appropriate for Bass Trombone and Orchestra, is an orchestration of the Sonata for Tuba and Piano. The style of this piece is romantic. The Sonata on which the Concerto is based was written for Michael Grose of the University of Oregon in 2018. A recording of it by Grose and pianist Andrew Pham is currently being edited. A first cut of the first two movements of the Sonata can be heard on this webpage, under “Recordings.” There is a computer-simulated sample of the first movement of the Concerto on the Sheet Music Plus page as well.
March 19, 2020: THIS EVENT, INCLUDING THE ENTIRE CONFERENCE BECAUSE OF COVID-19. The Con Grazia Wind Quintet will perform the first movement of Andrew Lewinter’s Woodwind Quintet at the 2020 National Association of Composers USA (NACUSA) conference at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
May 1st-3rd: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Tubist Michael Grose and Pianist Andrew Pham will perform Andrew Lewinter’s Sonata for Tuba and Piano at the Northwest Regional Tuba-Euphonium Conference, which takes place at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance May 1st-3rd, 2020. Details to follow.
A recording of Andrew Lewinter’s Nonet by members of the Brno Philharmonic will be released in the summer of 2020. The Nonet is scored for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, violin, viola and double bass. It was premiered at the 2018 Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival by musicians Karen Fuller, flute, Erika Yamada, oboe, Michael Forte, clarinet, Eva Conti, horn, Michael Ellert, bassoon, Dina Kostic, violin, René Reder, viola, Claudio Jaffe, cello, and Janet Clippard, double bass.
Ongoing composition projects include a quartet for trumpet, horn, trombone, and piano.