Concert Schedule

Upcoming Performances

Solo recital with Pianist Hilda Huang

Works by

Brahms, Cahuzac, Verdi, Ravel, and Schumann

October 30, 2019

Lake George Summer Music Festival


Verdi/Bassi “Rigoletto” with pianist Ronaldo Rolim

Stravinsky Octet

Lost Songs for Clarinet Quintet by Juri Seo

August 11-23, 2019

Chamber Music Northwest

Mozart Clarinet Concerto and Gran Partita

June 31 @ Portland State University

July 1 @ Kaul Auditorium/Reed College

June 31 and July 1

Mozart and Brahms Clarinet Quintets with the Attacca String Quartet!





June 7, 2019

Mozart and Brahms Clarinet Quintets

Sam Boutris, Clarinet
Brian Hong, Violin
Leerone Hakami, Violin
Sergio Muñoz Leiva, Viola
Sam DeCaprio, Cello


May 14, 2019

Artist Diploma Chamber Music Showcase


Works by

Bach, Mozart, and Shostakovich

May 10, 2019

New Camerata Opera presents Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, The Rape of Lucretia


The Flea Theater on May 2, 4 and 5, 2019. Directed by Bea Goodwin, this rendering of the tragic story will confront the harsh reality of a woman’s experience with rape, suppression, and being silenced by men. This production will include a deaf actress to mirror the sung role of Lucretia. ASL will serve as a megaphone to further amplify the contours of Lucretia’s powerful story. Maestro Justin Bischof will lead the Modus Opera Orchestra in the performance of this groundbreaking score.

May 2-5, 2019

All-French solo recital with Marina Iwao

The ventures of Debussy and Ravel into impressionism and the responsive compositional output from Les Six produced a flowering of innovative and compelling wind music.

The clarinet chapter of 20th century French music is saturated with tonal nuance and trademark French lyricism at their finest. In addition to the well-known nonpareils composed by Debussy, Poulenc, Messiaen, and Ravel, there is a vast underground of forgotten gems by lesser known masters: Bozza, Cahuzac, and Pierné. While these latter pieces are mainstays of the clarinet repertoire, they are largely unknown by wider audiences. Clarinetist Sam Boutris and pianist Marina Iwao will provide a fresh look at these unjustifiably unheralded treasures. Commentary by Michael J. Gilligan.

March 11, 2019

Guest Soloist at the New York Piano Society Gala Concert

Mar 3, 2018

Solo recital with pianist JiYung Lee



Feb 22, 2019