– Premiered by the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Peter Boyer, conductor, at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, April 9, 10 & 11, 2002 (four performances)
– Performed by the Santa Barbara Symphony, Gisèle Ben-Dor, conductor, July 4, 2003 (excerpts)
– Performed by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Wes Kenney, conductor, November 7, 2003
– Performed by the Claflin Hill (Massachusetts) Symphony Orchestra, Peter Boyer, conductor, November 8, 2003
– Performed by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, Raymond Harvey, conductor, November 14, 2003 (two performances)
– Performed by the Brown University Orchestra, Paul Phillips, conductor, with Barry Bostwick & Kate Burton, March 6, 2004
– Performed by the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra, Paul Phillips, conductor, March 27, 2004
– Performed by the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Peter Boyer, conductor, in the Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival, Prospect Park, New York City, July 10, 2004
– Performed by the TCU Symphony Orchestra, Germán Gutiérrez, conductor, at Bass Hall, Fort Worth, November 1, 2004
– Performed by the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra, Paul Phillips, conductor, November 6, 2004
– Performed by the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Ken Selden, conductor, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, January 13, 2005 (excerpts)
– Performed by the Richmond Symphony, Peter Boyer, conductor, January 26 & 27, 2005 (four performances)
– Performed by the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra, John Giordano, conductor, February 5, 2005
– Performed by the Southwest Michigan Symphony, Robert Vodnoy, conductor, March 12, 2005
– Performed by the Piedmont Regional Orchestra, Michael Hughes, conductor, March 20, 2005
– Performed by the Santa Barbara Symphony, Gisèle Ben-Dor, conductor, April 16 & 17, 2005
– Performed by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St.Clair, conductor, with Barry Bostwick and Concetta Tomei, at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine, July 23, 2005
– Performed by the Huntington (West Virginia) Symphony Orchestra, Kimo Furumoto, conductor, August 20, 2005
– Performed by the Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra, Anne Harrigan, conductor, October 7 & 8, 2005
– Performed by the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, Philip Travaline, conductor, October 22, 2005
– Performed by the Warren (Michigan) Symphony, David Daniels, conductor, November 6, 2005
– Performed by the Lafayette Symphony, Anne Harrigan, conductor, March 3, 2006
– Performed by the Billings Symphony Orchestra, Anne Harrigan, conductor, April 22, 2006
– Performed by the Fox Valley Symphony, Brian Groner, conductor, April 29 & 30, 2006
– Performed by the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, Robert Hanson, conductor, May 5, 6 & 7, 2006
– Performed by the Saddleback College Symphony Orchestra, Carmen Dominguez, conductor, May 13, 2006
– Performed by the Black Hills (South Dakota) Symphony Orchestra, Jack Knowles, conductor, October 14, 2006
– Performed by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Shizuo Kuwahara, conductor, January–April 2007 (twenty-two performances of excerpts on educational program for c. 20,000 students)
– Performed by the Richmond (Indiana) Symphony, Guy Bordo, conductor, February 17, 2007
– Performed by the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, David Bowden, conductor, March 30 & 31, 2007
– Performed by the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, David Bowden, conductor, April 19 & 21, 2007
– Performed by the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic Orchestra, Bruce Hangen, conductor, May 3, 4 & 5, 2007 (excerpts)
– Performed by the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra, Brendan Townsend, conductor, May 6, 2007
– Performed by the Lake Geneva (Wisconsin) Community Orchestra, Andrew Dogan, conductor, May 19, 2007
– Performed by the Phoenix Symphony, Lawrence Golan, conductor, May 27, 2007
– Performed by the Quincy (Illinois) Symphony Orchestra, Bruce Briney, conductor, November 17, 2007
– Performed by the Amarillo Symphony, Mark Bartley, conductor, January 9, 10 & 12, 2008 (seven performances)
– Performed by the Hilton Head (S. Carolina) Symphony Orchestra, Mary Woodmansee Green, conductor, May 5, 2008
– Performed by the Winston-Salem (N. Carolina) Symphony, Robert Moody, conductor, May 17, 18 & 20, 2008
– Performed by the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra, Adam Boyles, conductor, June 1 & 8, 2008
– Performed by the Fairfax (Virginia) Symphony Orchestra, Glenn Quader, conductor, June 14, 2008
– Performed by the Kennett Symphony of Chester County (PA), Mary Woodmansee Green, conductor, June 21, 2008
– Performed by the Reno Pops Orchestra, Jane Brown, conductor, October 25, 2008
– Performed by the Warren (Michigan) Symphony, David Daniels, conductor, November 2, 2008
– Performed by the LaPorte (Indiana) County Symphony Orchestra, Philip Bauman, conductor, November 15, 2008
– Performed by Orchestra of Indian Hill (Littleton, Mass.), Bruce Hangen, conductor, January 18, 2009
– Performed by the Owensboro (Kentucky) Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas Palmer, conductor, April 18, 2009
– Performed by the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra, Robert Moody, conductor, October 6, 2009 (three performances)
– Performed by the Butler County (Penn.) Symphony Orchestra, Elisabeth Heath Charles, conductor, October 10, 2009
– Performed by the Amarillo Symphony, Mark Bartley, conductor, January 6 & 7, 2010 (six performances)
– Performed by the Huntington (West Virginia) Symphony Orchestra, Kimo Furumoto, conductor, February 13, 2010
– Performed by the Sarasota Orchestra, Andrew Lane, conductor, March 19, 2010
– Performed by the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Rubenstein, conductor, April 17 & 18, 2010
– Performed by the West Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Richard Chiarappa, conductor, October 24, 2010
– Performed by the Sarasota Orchestra, Andrew Lane, conductor, November 20, 2010 (two performances)
– Performed by the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, Philip Travaline, conductor, February 13, 2011
– Performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor, at Bass Hall, Fort Worth, March 3, 4,  5 & 6, 2011 (five performances)
– Performed by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, Raymond Harvey, conductor, March 24 & 25, 2011 (three performances)
– Performed by the Southwest Florida Symphony, Michael Hall, conductor, April 8 & 9, 2011
– Performed by the University Symphony Orchestra of Cal State Fullerton, Kimo Furumoto, conductor, May 14 & 15, 2011
– Performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, David Itkin, conductor, September 28 & 29, 2011 (four performances)
– Performed by the Brazosport Symphony Orchestra, John Ricarte, conductor, October 8, 2011
– Performed by the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas Palmer, conductor, November 18, 2011
– Performed by the DuPage Symphony Orchestra, Barbara Schubert, conductor, February 11 & 12, 2012
– Performed by the Fort Worth Civic Orchestra, Kurt Sprenger, conductor, March 10, 2012
– Performed by the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Robin Fountain, conductor, May 25, 2012
– Performed by the Plymouth (Mass.) Philharmonic Orchestra, Steven Karidoyanes, conductor, September 29, 2012
– Performed by the South Bend (IN) Symphony Orchestra, Tsung Yeh, conductor, September 29, 2012
– Performed by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Confessore, conductor, October 6, 2012
– Performed by the Bartlesville (Oklahoma) Symphony Orchestra, Lauren Green, conductor, October 12 & 13, 2012
– Performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor, October 31 & November 1, 2012 (four performances)
– Performed by the Lexington (Kentucky) Philharmonic, Scott Terrell, conductor, May 10, 2013
– Performed by the Central Ohio Symphony, Jaimé Morales-Matos, conductor, May 25, 2013
– Performed by the Chester County Pops Orchestra, Jacques Voois, conductor, January 26, 28, & February 1, 2014
– Performed by the Toledo Symphony, Jeffrey Pollock, conductor, February 19 & 20, 2014 (four performances)
– Performed by the West Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Richard Chiarappa, conductor, March 30 & April 5, 2014
– Performed by the Binghamton Philharmonic, José-Luis Novo, conductor, November 9, 2014
– Performed by the Erie Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Kraemer, conductor, January 16, 2015
– Performed by the Carmel (IN) Symphony Orchestra, David Bowden, conductor, March 12 & 14, 2015 (three performances)
– Performed by the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Joel Levine, conductor, March 28, 2015
– Performed by the Fort Collins (Colorado) Symphony, Wes Kenney, conductor, April 17, 2015
– Performed by the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, Rossen Milanov, conductor, July 16, 2015
– Performed by the Signature Symphony at TCC, Andrés Franco, conductor, January 23, 2016
– Performed by the Winston-Salem Symphony, Robert Moody, conductor, February 10 & 11, 2016 (two performances)
– Performed by the Rio Hondo Symphony, Kimo Furumoto, conductor, April 24, 2016
– To be performed by the York (PA) Symphony Orchestra, Lawrence Golan, conductor, April 1, 2017
– To be performed by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St.Clair, conductor, as the centerpiece of its annual American Composers Festival, at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, April 6, 7, 8, & 9, 2017


– Hartford Symphony premiere broadcast on National Public Radio’s SymphonyCast, week of July 7, 2002 (approximately 150 radio stations)
– Elgin Symphony Orchestra performance broadcast nationally on WFMT Radio Network, July 28, 2006
– Many of the above live performances of the work have been broadcast on local public radio stations in those cities
– Recorded by the Philharmonia Orchestra, Peter Boyer, conductor, at Air Studios, London, February 16, 2003; actors Barry Bostwick, Blair Brown, Olympia Dukakis, Anne Jackson, Bebe Neuwirth, Eli Wallach and Louis Zorich recorded in New York City, September 17-19, 2003; released by Naxos in its American Classics Series (#8.559246), May 2005 GRAMMY® Nomination, Best Classical Contemporary Composition, 48th Annual GRAMMY® Awards
– Naxos recording broadcast on more than 100 radio stations throughout the United States, including KUSC, Los Angeles; WFMT, Chicago; WCRB, Boston; WRR, Dallas; KUHF, Houston; KMZT, Los Angeles; WRTI, Philadelphia; KWUR, St. Louis; WOSU, Columbus; WFYI, Indianapolis; WITF, Harrisburg; KXTR, Kansas City; KCNV, Las Vegas; WERN, Madison; KPFA, Berkeley; KDB, Santa Barbara; KCSN, Los Angeles; Classical 24 (syndicated)
– Naxos recording broadcast nationally by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Classic FM (numerous broadcasts 2005-07)