—two works for live instrumentalist and electronic sound, supported by an Arts Fellowship from the Independence Foundation. The pieces will be premiered during the ’20-’21 season by saxophonist Matt Levy and flutist Emma Resmini.
—songs for voice and piano on texts by William Blake, Susan Stewart, Marty Haugen, and Brad Aaron Modlin.
—two CDs will be issued in 2020: an all-Primosch album of choral works sung by The Crossing; and a program of works for solo piano and voice with piano featuring Lucy Fitz Gibbon, soprano, and Ryan McCullough, piano. The album also includes music of John Harbison.
—preparing solo piano pieces by Philip Maneval and Melinda Wagner for performance during the ’20-’21 season
—Wind, Carry Me, a short choral work, on a poem of Susan Stewart, composed for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 11 Chorus
—Journey, a setting for chorus of a text by Meister Eckhart in a version by Jon Sweeney and Mark Burrows. This will be included on an upcoming recording by The Crossing.
—a set of Four Sketches commissioned for the Imani Winds by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.
—a pair of Walt Whitman settings for tenor and piano, commissioned by Lyric Fest for their Whitman bicentennial concerts.
—Carthage, a choral setting of an excerpt from the novel “Housekeeping” by Marilynne Robinson, premiered by The Crossing.