19 October 2017 - An Evening of Classical Music Featuring: Swiss Composer Laurie Altman and Music and Musicians from his Grammy Nominated CD SONIC MIGRATIONS ON NEOS MUSIC With Performances by: Clipper Erickson: Piano Kuang-Hao Huang: Piano Christoph Zimper: Clarinet Matthias Mueller: Clarinet, SABRE Bass Clarinet Randy Bauer: Piano Andrew Rathbun: Saxophone Laurie Altman: Composer, [...]
20 October 2016 ~ Symphony Space in New York City, Pianist, Clipper Erickson will highlight the music of Nathaniel Dett, a sadly underecognized African-American Composer (1882-1943). The program will also feature the New York City Premiere of Laurie Altman's 10 Miniatures, performed by Clipper Erickson.
8 November 2015 ~ 3pm, Bristol Chapel at Westminster Choir College, featuring Pianist Clipper Erickson performing Laurie Altman's Piano Sonata 7 (Tanzania) as well as other works by other composers.
2 November 2015 ~ Temple University Concert featuring Clipper Erickson, Piano, and Matthias Mueller, Clarinet and Bass Clarinet performing World Premiere's of Laurie Altman's: Piano Sonata #7 (Tanzania), Through the Cracks, for Clarinet and Piano, and , Sonic Drifts, for Electric Bass Clarinet.
31 October 2015 ~ Bristol Chapel at 7:30 PM. The Manhattan String Quartet performs three works of Laurie Altman: Shirakawa River Song, Six Fantasies after Schoenberg's Opus 19, and "Brahms Takes" for String Quartet and Bass Clarinet.
8 June 2015 ~ Fanfare Magazine's David DeBoor Canfield reviewed two of Laurie Altman's CDs; Convergence and Divergence. "Laurie Altman is a superb pianist himself, and better performances of his music herein could hardly be imagined... This disc (Divergence), like the other one wholly dedicated to Altman’s work, deserves to be widely heard." See complete Convergence review.
2 May 2015 ~ Fanfare Magazine's Lynn René Bayley has just reviewed Laurie Altman's CD; Danza, Danza. "This is a most intriguing, intimate, and largely rewarding album, well worth your exploring. I listened to it three times before actually reviewing it, and every time I listened I heard something new!" See complete Fanfare Magazine Danza, Danza review.
14 March 2015 ~ Concert of Laurie Altman's music in Munich featuring many of the musicians from his NEOS CD's Convergence and Divergence. Critics and the general public will have the opportunity to listen and experience many of the compositions written for these CD's.
Altman's Piano Sonata #5 has been put forth as a possible nominee for a Grammy award as best classical composition of 2014, while his CD Divergence has been accorded the same honor as best small ensemble recording. The final Grammy nominations will be made public in December.
20 November 2014 ~ Soprano Patrice Michaels new CD INTERSECTION: Jazz meets classical song contains almost 26 minutes of Altman's music his Two Re-imaginings of Italian Aria's and his Quartet piece - Soprano, Piano, Violin and Cello- called Gig Songs.