Oct. 3 - Soul Garden by Derek Bermel performed by New Orchestra of Washington. AMP, North Bethesda, MD.
Oct. 8 - The Tactus ensemble at Manhattan School of Music performs We Need to Dream All This Again by Jerome Kitzke.
Oct. 10-12 -
World Premiere of Pax Universalis by Mohammed Fairouz. Bruno Ferrandis leads the Santa Rosa Symphony.
Oct. 11 - Canzonas Americanas by Derek Bermel performed by Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble conducted by Daniel Nesta Curtis.
Oct. 14-17 - Maya Beiser performs Kol Nidrei by Mohammed Fairouz in her All Vows program, Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Oct. 14 - The Hartt School new music ensemble performs Three Rivers by Derek Bermel. Glen Adsit conducts.
Oct. 16 - The San Antonio Symphony reprises Clave Dorada by Arturo Marquez,a 75th anniversary commmission premiered in May 2015. Sebastian Lang-Lessing conducts.
Oct. 16 - The Buffalo Philharmonic presents the film Redes with live orchestra with music by Silvestre Revueltas, whose Homenaje a Federico Garcia Lorca is also performed in this Copland in Mexico concert. Stefan Sanders conducts.
Oct. 16-18 - The Houston Symphony performs Symphony No. 2 by Charles Ives.
Andres Orozco-Estrada conducts.
Oct. 18 - Washington Master Chorale's
"Modern Romantics" program features Les Chansons des Roses by Morten Lauridsen.
Oct. 22 - Overture for solo cello by Mohammed Fairouz premiered by Matt Haimovitz as part of his residency at Miller Theatre, NYC. Haimovitz commissioned 6 overtures to the Bach cello suites, to be performed over 2 nights.
Oct. 22 - Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra performs Conga-Line in Hell by Miguel del Aguila; Matthew Kraemer conducts.
Oct. 23–Nov. 8 - Nine performances of Sumeida's Song by Mohammed Fairouz, Third Eye Theatre Ensemble, Detroit.
Oct.24,25 - The Orchestra Now at Bard College performs Mieczyslaw Weinberg's Cello Concerto. Leon Botstein conducts.
Oct. 29 - The Seattle Symphony performs Derek Bermel's Migration Series for jazz band and orchestra. Ludovic Morlot conducts.