The Kennedy Center’s 50th anniversary season in 2021-2022 will include a new work from Peter Boyer, as one of seven composers commissioned for the National Symphony Orchestra.
Pianist Jeffrey Biegel and composer Peter Boyer have announced a new project to celebrate the forthcoming centennial of George Gershwin’s iconic Rhapsody in Blue.
Boyer has been commissioned by the United States Marine Band for a new fanfare to be premiered at the Inauguration of President Joe Biden.
For the Fourth of July weekend 2020, Boyer’s music was featured with several of America’s leading orchestras, including broadcasts on PBS and Bloomberg Television.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops have commissioned Boyer to compose a short new fanfare as part of their Fanfare Project.
SiriusXM Radio’s Symphony Hall channel invited Boyer to serve as guest host and curator for an episode of their Living American show.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has announced the 2020-21 season of the National Symphony Orchestra, its 90th anniversary season, including a new work by Peter Boyer.
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra’s recording American Originals: 1918, which features Boyer’s work In the Cause of the Free, received a Grammy nomination in the 62nd Grammy Awards.
The U.S. Marine Band’s concert at UCLA’s Royce Hall on their 2019 West Coast Tour included Peter Boyer’s work Silver Fanfare, and a guest conducting appearance by John Williams.