The Orange County Register published a feature profile about Peter Boyer and his work Ellis Island: The Dream of America, the centerpiece of Pacific Symphony’s annual American Composers Festival.
Peter Boyer conducted his anthem On Music’s Wings with 350 young instrumentalists and singers from the Irvine Unified School District, at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa.
Peter Boyer’s Grammy-nominated work Ellis Island: The Dream of America will be produced as a program for PBS’ Great Performances, America’s preeminent performing arts television series, with Pacific Symphony.
Peter Boyer’s work And the night shall be filled with music was performed by a choir numbering over 1,000 high school singers at the 67th annual Dorian Vocal Festival.
The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Wilkins, performed Peter Boyer’s Silver Fanfare at its renowned Severance Hall on January 15, 2017, for its Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert.
The Cleveland Orchestra will perform Peter Boyer’s work Silver Fanfare on January 15, 2017 at historic Severance Hall, conducted by Thomas Wilkins.
The French website UnderScores has published an in-depth interview with Peter Boyer, which focuses on his work as a composer for the concert hall, and an orchestrator for Hollywood film scores.
Peter Boyer has contributed orchestrations to composer James Newton Howard’s score for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the spin-off/prequel to the Harry Potter film series.
Peter Boyer’s Silver Fanfare opened the Hollywood Bowl’s 2016 season, kicking off Opening Night at the Bowl with Steely Dan on June 18.
Peter Boyer has conducted a recording session of his music with the Hollywood Studio Symphony and Choir at the historic Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage at Sony Pictures in Culver City.