NEWS ARCHIVES

TULSA PERFORMANCES—(07/12) Eva will be performing some of her original music at the 30th UUMN Conference in Tulsa, OK. She will perform original compositions at the luncheon recital series (date TBA) and as part of the solo repertoire recital on July 21st.

EVA KENDRICK RISING STAR AWARD—·(06/12) Earlier this month, at the Community Music Center of Boston concert celebrating 25 years of the Intensive Study Project, Eva Kendrick, the Assistant Director of ISP, presented four students with awards for outstanding achievements. Michael Lopez received the Ann Miklich Great Strides Award; Jackie Ma received the A.J. McCaffrey Spirit Award; Kendrick's voice student John Carney received the Calvin Herst Excellence in Music Award; and Charlotte Goddu (pictured below) received the Eva Kendrick Rising Star Award, for a first-year ISP student who has shown remarkable talent, commitment and a wonderful attitude.

UUMN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT—(05/12) Kendrick has received a scholarship from the Unitarian-Universalist Musician's Network to attend the annual UUMN Conference, which will be held in Tulsa, OK. She is happy to represent her church, First Parish Medfield, and will be performing original songs at their Luncheon Recital Series as well.

STUDENT ACHIVEMENTS—(03/12) Several students from the Eva Kendrick Voice Studio have recently won accolades! John K. McElroy II received 2nd Place in the Boston National Association of Teachers of Singing Musical Theatre Festival, Boston Chapter, where Molly Quinlan and Jessica Price received honorable mentions. Jessica Price was a finalist of the Rhode Island Chapter of the NATS Musical Theatre Festival and won 3rd place in the Art Song & Aria Division. Mike Myers received 2nd Place in the Musical Theatre Division.

NEW AUDIO UPLOADS—(02/12) I have added the audio recording of my new Elizabeth Bishop song cycle From Thought to Page to my Audio player. The piece was premiered at the John Kleshinski Faculty Concert Series in Boston on February 16, 2012, and was performed by sopano Jessica Price.

JOINING DEAN COLLEGE FACULTY—(01/12) I am thrilled to announce that I have been asked to join the faculty at Dean College. It is a great joy, and I am honored to be teaching with such a wonderful Performing Arts faculty on the beautiful and historic Dean campus.

COLLEGE CLASS INSTRUCTION — (01/12) In the Spring 2012 semester, I will be teaching a Voice Class at the Community College of Rhode Island Flanagan campus. I will be joined by accompanist Jacob T. Stott.

SHEET MUSIC STORE LAUNCHED! — (11/11) I have finally launched my online sheet music store! There are currently 15 pieces, with more coming soon! They include chamber music, music for children and choral music, including the "Hymns for People" choral series. All pieces are currently in PDF format and will be e-mailed to you within 24-48 hours upon receipt of your order. You can view the new store here!

VIDEO FOR HYMNS FOR PEOPLE — (09/11) Three of Eva's Hymns for People have been recorded and posted. You can now watch them on my Media page, my Youtube Channel or on the Music page of First Parish Medfield. The video was recorded by David Chatterton and the audio was recorded by Joseph L. Auger of QORQ Productions.


ASCAP AWARD RECIPIENT — (09/11) Eva received her eleventh annual ASCAPLU$ Award in the Concert Division for classical music.

INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF WOMEN IN MUSIC HONOREE (06/11) - Eva has been awarded an Honorable Mention for her composition "Sonata for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Viola" in the IAWM New Music Search 2011, in the Judith Lang Zaimont Prize category. Last year she received an Honorable Mention in the same category for her piece "Against the Grain" for wind ensemble and string trio. Kendrick is thrilled to receive an honorable mention in this esteemed competition, in which composers submit works anonymously to be judged by a panel of composers.

NOTABLE UU COMPOSER (05/11) - Eva is honored to have been listed by the Harvard Square Library as one of the eminent Unitarian-Universalist composers. The list includes such prestigious composers as Daniel Pinkham, Jason Shelton, Jim Scott and Amy Beach. This year, Kendrick composed a series of hymns titled "Hymns for People" for her First Parish Choir based on Unitarian-Universalist themes of love, open-mindedness and community. The five original hymns were premiered throughout the year by the First Parish Intergenerational Choir. Stay tuned for information on upcoming performances of "Hymns for People."

"A CHILD SAID, WHAT IS THE GRASS?" REPRISE - The Community Music Center of Boston reprised Kendrick's piece "A Child Said, What Is the Grass" for chamber orchestra, mixed adult and children's choruses and soprano solo, under the direction of Mark Miller. The annual spring concert, titled Composing Our Future, celebrated CMCB's 101st anniversary on June 12, 2011.

ANNE'S CORDIAL ON THE RHODE SHOW (05/11) - Eva Kendrick and Reed McLaren from Anne's Cordial appeared with Jess Powers of Route 44 on the Rhode Show on Fox Providence to promote the Chanteuse concert on June 4 at Firehouse 13 in Providence, RI. The concert is the third in the series, which features local female performers. You can watch the full video here.

RECORDINGS (05/11) - Songs from Kendrick's Songwriting Demo Album are up on the Music & Video page. The album, featuring her own original rock, pop, folk, classical, jazz, cabaret and country songs, was produced and engineered by Joseph L. Auger of QORQ Productions and features the vocal talents of Los Angeles' Grammy-considered jazz singer MOQUI, Pamela Murray (Superchief Trio), 14-year old Bethany Owens (WGBH's TV show Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman), Joseph L. Auger, and Kendrick's band Anne's Cordial.

CONFERENCES (04/11) - The International Alliance of Women in Music has selected Kendrick's choral piece "To D.R. in Holloway" as one of the peices to be performed at the 30th annual IAWM Congress of 2011, which will be held at Northern University in Flagstaff, Arizona. The performers will be members of the Northern Arizona University Chorale. Kendrick is thrilled to be a part of the congress!
CONCERT ARCHIVES


December 24, 2011
Christmas Eve Service
First Parish Medfield
Medfield, MA
The First Parish Choir sang Kendrick's "Sharing Carol," accompanied by a chimes choir, "Dark of Winter," and other holiday songs.

December 11, 2011
Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Holiday Recital
First Parish Medfield
Medfield, MA
Students from the Eva Kendrick voice studio sang classic and contemporary holiday songs from movies including Nightmare Before Christmas and The Polar Express as well more traditional Christmas and Channukah music.

November 19, 2011
Open Book Coffeehouse
Canton, MA
Anne's Cordial was the featured guest artist at this coffeehouse series, held at the Canton Public Library. They played two sets of originals and cover songs.

November 12, 2011
Hope Central Church
Jamaica Plain, MA
Anne's Cordial, Ticklejuice, the Whiskey Boys and Kirsten Lamb were four performers featured at this first annual fundraiser for the Hope Central Church.

September 16, 2011
International Alliance of Women in Music Congress 2011
Chapel of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Flagstaff, Arizona
The 30th annual International Alliance of Women in Music (IAWM) Congress featured more than twenty female composers from all around the world and a variety of presentations, lectures, workshops and concerts. Kendrick's choral piece "To D.R. in Holloway," based on a poem by Joan Lavender Guthrie, a British sufragette, was performed by members of the Northern Arizona University Women's Choir, under the direction of Ryan Holder. Other composers on this concert include Karen Thomas, Sally Beamish, Nancy Hadden, Jennifer Fowler, Judith Cloud, Augusta Reed Thomas, Lesa Terry, Gwyneth Walker, Ann Kilstofte, and Hilary Tann. The theme of this year's congress was In Beauty We Walk: Changing Women and the New Musical Landscape.

September 11, 2011
First Parish Medfield
The First Parish Medfield Choir sang Kendrick's hymn "When I First Came In" as part of their first service of the year, welcoming Rev. Rich Stower as interim minister.

August 20, 2011
SIREN @ The Locals
North Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial, Ana Mallozzi, Jenny White, Hannah Devine and Kayla Ringelheim performed at this new female singer-songwriter series.

August 10, 2011
Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Summer Recital
First Parish Medfield
Students from the Eva Kendrick Voice Studio, ages 8 to adult, performed repertoire from Broadway, classical, rock and pop.

July 23, 2011
Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Senior Showcase
First Parish Medfield
Graduating high school seniors Ariel Galford and Caroline Orsi performed classical, Broadway and rock/pop at this first annual showcase event.

July 21, 2011
Burnside Park Concert Series
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial, the Sugar Honey Iced Tea and Miss Wensday performed at a mini-Chanteuse event, organized by the Jess Powers Project.

June 25, 2011
Artists' Exchange New Music Festival
Cranston, RI
Anne's Cordial performed a set at the first annual New Music Festival at the Artists' Exchange. Other acts included Allysen Callery, Mark Cutler, The Pump, Tom Chace and Kim Lamothe.

June 12, 2011
Composing Our Future: 2.0
Waverly Theatre, Calderwood Pavillion
Boston, MA
Kendrick's piece "A Child Said, What is the Grass" for chamber orchestra, adult chorus, children's chorus and soprano solo was performed at the Community Music Center of Boston's annual spring concert. The piece was conducted by Mark Miller Jennifer Ashe as soprano soloist. Also on the program were performances by the CMCB String Ensembles, Children's Chorus, Wind Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra,


June 4, 2011
Chanteuse Concert Series
Firehouse 13
Providence, RI
At Chanteuse, the new music series featuring local female singer-songwriters and female-fronted bands, Anne's Cordial shared a bill with Allysen Callery, Jess Powers, SIRSY, Mr. Sister, Ana Mallozzi and Katherine Quinn.


June 2, 2011
The Rhode Show
WNAC, Fox Providence
Eva and Reed McLaren from Anne's Cordial performed with Jess Powers (formerly of Route 44) on The Rhode Show to promote the Chanteuse concert on June 4.


April 24, 2011
First Parish Choir
Medfield, MA
The First Parish Medfield Choir performed "Awake, Arise!" the fifth piece in the series of Kendrick's new choral cycle, "Hymns for People," dedicated to long-time choir member Kay Buchanan.

April 1, 2011
A Cappella Fundraiser
Medway, MA
Kendrick's new a cappella group Trills 'n Chills performed arrangements by Kendrick at the Medway High School Microfinance Club fundraising event to help provide small loans to businesswomen in Malawi, Africa. Trills 'n Chills is an ensemble made up of Kendrick's middle and high school students from her voice studio from Medfield, Millis, Sharon and Sherborn.

March 27, 2011
First Parish Canvas Sunday
Medfield, MA
The First Parish Medfield Choir sang Kendrick's piece "When I First Came In" as part of their annual Canvas Sunday service.

March 20, 2011
Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Recital
Medfield, MA
Students from the Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Recital performed songs from the Broadway, pop, rock and jazz repertoire.

February 20, 2011
First Parish Music Sunday
Medfield, MA
Kendrick led the church in their annual Music Sunday service which included performances by members of the congregation and a premiere of Kendrick's new hymn "Peace at the Center," part of the Hymns for People series.

January 27-29, 2011
8th Annual Young Composers Festival
Community Music Center of Boston
Boston, MA
The Community Music Center of Boston and New Gallery Concert Series produced the 8th annual Young Composers Festival. Events included a Jazz Workshop, a Reading Session, a Songwriting Beginnings Class for young students, a workshop with DJ Mike Hoska, and a Written & Performed By... concert featuring many students from the CMCB Intensive Study Project. Kendrick, one of the organizers of the event, is the Chair of the Music Theory and Composition Department and encouraged participation from all of the ISP students, many of whom participated throughout the day.

January 22, 2011
Alive By Her Own Hand: A Fest-Conference
Slosberg Music Center
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA
Kendrick's chamber piece Disir was performed at part of the fest-conference Alive By Her Own Hand: Women Composers As Performers of their Work. Events during the weekend include a keynote, Paper sessions/Roundtables and concerts. Other composer/performers on the program include: Ketty Nez, Mary Lou Newmark, Florencia Gonzales, Tamara Cashour, Livia Lin and Jodi Stevens. Kendrick's piece was performed on the Living Artists and Current Movements program on January 22. Kendrick will also perform as a soprano soloist on Tamara Cashour's piece Six Lyrics by Marilyn Hacker for soprano, mezzo-soprano, flute, English horn, guitar, and piano. The fest-conference is sponsored by the Women Studies Research Center at Brandeis University and co-chaired by Resident Scholar Dr. Liane Curtis and Visiting Scholar Dr. Vivian Montgomery.

2010 Concerts

December 24, 2010
First Parish Medfield Christmas Eve Service
Medfield, MA
The First Parish Choir premiered Kendrick's song "Sharing Carol," for SATB, piano and chimes choir, set to a poem by John Kornet, a tenor who is also a member of the church and choir.

December 19, 2010
First Parish Medfield Solstice Service
Medfield, MA
The First Parish Choir premiered Kendrick's song "Holly King," the second in Kendrick's new choral cycle Hymns for People, as part of the annual Solstice Service.

December 4, 2010
The Mediator Stage
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial, Jacob Haller and the Running Commentaries and Khinship performed a holiday concert which donated all proceeds to Project Outreach, a food pantry charity in Rhode Island.

November 21, 2010
First Parish Thanksgiving Service
Medfield, MA
Kendrick's hymn "When I First Came In" was premiered at the annual Thanksgiving Service, performed by the intergenerational First Parish Choir.

November 6, 2010
Boston Lyric Opera Linda Cabot Black Aria Contest for Teens.
Shubert Theatre, Boston, MA
Kendrick's students were finalists in the BLO Contest for Teens. She had arranged a doo-wop version of "Voi Che Sapete" for her ensemble the Sapete Sisters and accompanied Jessica Price on Carmen's "Habanera."

November 2, 2010
Disir on The Latest Score
WOMR.org (Cape Cod, MA)
Kendrick's chamber piece "Disir," taken from the Longy Alumnae Voices concert in January of 2010, was broadcast on The Latest Score, a contemporary classical program hosted by Canary Burton.

October 25, 2010
Madcap Theatre
Phoenix, AZ
Premiere screening of "Yellow Jacket," a short indie filmed directed by Chris Nash, that features Kendrick's song "Last Chance for Love."

October 8, 2010
AS220
Providence, RI

September 12, 2010
Singing Out Against Hunger Festival
Tiverton, RI
Anne's Cordial was one of the acts at this annual festival, which raises money for local food banks and homeless shelters.

September 11, 2010
Stone Soup Folk Festival
Pawtucket Arts Festival, RI
Anne's Cordial performed at this annual festival which featured performances by other local bands including the Double Decker Dance Band.

August 23, 2010
Everyman Bistro
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial was the featured act at this open mic series.

August 19-September 19
"To a Man" Film Screening
Show Gallery
Staten Island, NY

August 4, 2010
Local 121 Speakeasy
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial and Garlic and Moonshine.

August 1, 2010
Eva Kendrick Voice Studio Recital
Medfield, MA
Voice students of Eva Kendrick performed at this bi-annual recital.

June 6, 2010
Empire Review
AS220, Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial was one of the acts for this popular monthly review featuring music, skits and burlesque dance.

May 1, 2010
Stone Soup Coffeehouse Annual Barnraiser
Pawtucket, RI
Anne's Cordial, Triple Spiral, Chris Monti and Jacob Haller performed at this fundraising event for one of the oldest folk venues in Rhode Island.

March 31, 2010
Local 121 Speakeasy
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial and the Kim Lamothe Tree-O performed at this Wednesday night music series.

January 30, 2010
Longy Alumni Voices
Longy School of Music
Cambridge, MA
A new concert series featuring the performances and compositions of Longy alumnae premiered in 2010. Kendrick's chamber piece "Disir" was included on the program with performers E. Reed Ferenbaugh (harp), Rachel Arnold (cello), Noell Dorsey (soprano), James Delorey (percussion), and Eva Kendrick (soprano).

January 27, 2010
"To A Man" Screening
Martini Red, NY

January 9. 2010
"To A Man" Screening
Cargo Cafe, NY

December 22, 2009
"To A Man" screening
College of Staten Island
Staten Island, NY
"To A Man," a documentary about the male youth of Staten Island, directed by Mikhael Antone, was premiered at the College of Staten Island. Musical score was written by Joe D'Angelo and Eva Kendrick.

December 18, 2009
White Electric Holiday Concert
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial, Serena Andrews and Chris Monti and Jacob Haller performed.

November 28, 2009
Jacob Haller CD Release Party
Pioneer Brewing Company
Fiskeville, MA
Anne's Cordial, the Superchief Trio, Kate Katzberg and Jacob Haller performed in honor of Jacob Haller's new release "Mistaken Identity."

November 1, 2009
Empire Review
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial, Jacob Haller, Chris Monti, Hannah Devine and the Superchief Trio were featured acts.

October 11, 2009
RISA Songwriters in the Round
Eva Kendrick was one of the featured performers at this showcase, sponsored by the Rhode Island Songerwriters Association.

October 11, 2009
Redwood Library
Newport, RI
Anne's Cordial performed at the oldest library in the country during their Sunday afternoon concert series.

September 26, 2009
Stone Church Coffeehouse
Bristol, RI
Featured performers: Anne's Cordial, Bill Munroe and Hannah Devine.

September 20, 2009
Singing Out Against Hunger Festival (RI)
Anne's Cordial was one of the many featured local performers at this annual festival, held at various venues throughout Tiverton.

June 21, 2009
Anne's Cordial at the Liberty Elm
Providence, RI

May 30, 2009
Anne's Cordial with the Frankenstein Consort
White Electric, Providence, RI

May 15, 2009
John Kleshinski Faculty Concert Series
Community Music Center of Boston, MA
CMCB faculty members Eva Kendrick, soprano, and Erik Puslys, guitar, presented a concert of classical guitar and vocal music. Pieces on the program include works by Spanish composer Fernando Sor, Brazillian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, arrangements of French 18th century arias by Phyllis Tate, and folk-inspired middle eastern and eastern european works. This concert was paired with a wine tasting.

May 10, 2009
Music Sunday Service
First Parish Medfield, MA
Kendrick organized and directed the annual Music Sunday service at FPUU, featuring performances by the FPUU choir, chimes choir and members of the congregation.

May 9, 2009
Vanderbilt Variety Hour
Newport, RI
Anne's Cordial performed two sets at this weekly variety show, hosted by Rory Raven.

April 26, 2009
Anthology: Songs of Civil Protest and Unrest
First Church Cohassett
Cohassett, MA
Anthology, a professional quartet of enchanting women's voices, commissioned eight composers to compose a work based around the theme of protest and social unrest. The resulting works span an incredible diversity of styles and texts. Also included on the program will be songs of protest from different eras and countries, including South African anti-apartheid hymns, union songs, work songs, and political songs from bygone decades. The composers are Ashi Day, Stephen Feigenbaum, Erin Huelskamp, Eva Kendrick, Ivana Lisak, Carol Lubkowski, Russell Podgorsek and Michael Veloso.

April 11, 2009
Church Street Coffeehouse ***
Warren, RI
Anne's Cordial performed a set with Kim Lamothe at this monthly coffeehouse series.

April 6, 2009
Everyman Bistro ***
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial was the featured performer at this singer-songwriter night, hosted by John Windle.

April 5, 2009
Anthology: Songs of Protest and Civil Unrest
St. James Episcopal Church
Farmington, CT
Anthology, a professional quartet of enchanting women's voices, commissioned eight composers to compose a work based around the theme of protest and social unrest. The resulting works span an incredible diversity of styles and texts. Also included on the program will be songs of protest from different eras and countries, including South African anti-apartheid hymns, union songs, work songs, and political songs from bygone decades. The composers are Ashi Day, Stephen Feigenbaum, Erin Huelskamp, Eva Kendrick, Ivana Lisak, Carol Lubkowski, Russell Podgorsek and Michael Veloso.

March 29, 2009
SWAN Day Composers Festival
Allen Hall, Boston, MA
Second annual international festival featuring and showcasing female artists. The SWAN Day Composers Festival featured eight Boston-based female composers in a lecture-performance format. Pieces on the program were "Apelacion al solitario" and "Le Chambre Bleu" by Laura Macias; "Two Songs by Adrienne Rich" by Erin Huelskamp; "Disir" by Kendrick and Ferenbaugh; "Remember" by Ivana Lisak; "Full Moon Waltz" by Carol Lubowski; solo cello pieces by Liz Erickson; "Four Sketches for Piano" and "Babylon" by Liza White. Read more about SWAN Day. Performers were Sarah Dunn, Edward Meradith, Dierdre Viau, Sachiko Murata, Emily Culler, Julia Scott Carey, Natalie Markward, Julie Carew, Sarah Long-Holland, Melissa Griego, Inja Davidovic, Elaine Rombola, Geoffrey Shamu, and Thomas Schmidt. There was also a sound installation by the multimedia artist Lovers v. Haters.

March 18, 2009
The Blackstone
Pawtucket, RI
Anne's Cordial played a set at this singer-songwriter series hosted by Mark Cutler.

March 15, 2009
Circle Worship Service
First Church Boston
Kendrick led the music portion of this monthly service, themed Work As a Spiritual Journey, which was led by Matt Mayer.

March 1, 2009
Anthology: Songs of Protest and Civil Unrest
Christ Church, Andover, MA

Anthology, a professional quartet of enchanting women's voices, commissioned eight composers to compose a work based around the theme of protest and social unrest. The resulting works span an incredible diversity of styles and texts. Also included on the program will be songs of protest from different eras and countries, including South African anti-apartheid hymns, union songs, work songs, and political songs from bygone decades. The composers are Ashi Day, Stephen Feigenbaum, Erin Huelskamp, Eva Kendrick, Ivana Lisak, Carol Lubkowski, Russell Podgorsek and Michael Veloso.

February 28, 2009 **
Until the Violence Stops Festival: Musica Fem Concert
West Side Arts, Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial performed a set at this festival, held by Peace Providence. Other performers included Sharon Crumrine with Betty Widerski, Mary B, and the Kim Lamothe Trio.

February, 27, 2009
Anthology: Songs of Protest and Civil Unrest
First Parish, Cambridge, MA
Anthology, a professional quartet of enchanting women's voices, commissioned eight composers to compose a work based around the theme of protest and social unrest. The resulting works span an incredible diversity of styles and texts. Also included on the program will be songs of protest from different eras and countries, including South African anti-apartheid hymns, union songs, work songs, and political songs from bygone decades. The composers are Ashi Day, Stephen Feigenbaum, Erin Huelskamp, Eva Kendrick, Ivana Lisak, Carol Lubkowski, Russell Podgorsek and Michael Veloso.

February 21, 2009
Night of Staten Island Artist Awards
College of Staten Island. NY
As part of COHASI's Night of Staten Island Artists Awards Ceremony, Mikhael Antone's documentary "Works in Progress" will be screened, with soundtrack by Kendrick. Antone is also a recent recipient of a DCA Grant for 2009 to fund the rest of the project, which will become a feature-length film.

February 20, 2009
Longy School of Music Composition Seminar
Cambridge, MA
Kendrick and composer Hector Martinez Morales, recent alumnae from the school, were guest speakers at the Longy School of Music Composition Seminar.

January 29, 2009
Young Composers Festival
New Gallery Concert Series: Our Sense of Home
Allen Hall, Community Music Center of Boston, Boston, MA
Kendrick premiered ...But Not Heard, a commissioned piece for prepared folk harp and cello at this New Gallery Concert Series concert. The NGCS, which presents new pieces music and art, is founded and directed by CMCB faculty member and pianist Sarah Bob. This program also featured the Chuck Gabriel Septet, composer Marcos Balter, and Roshanne Etezady's "Bright Angel" for clarinet and piano. Performers included Rachel Arnold, cello, Erin Reed Ferenbaugh, folk harp, Michelle Shoemaker, clarinet, and Barbara Lieurance, piano.

January 25, 2009
Young Composers Festival Featured Concert
Allen Hall, Community Music Center of Boston, Boston, MA
Kendrick's "Against the Grain," commissioned by Boston's new music ensemble Dinosaur Annex, premiered at the Young Composers Festival Featured Concert. The piece was written for the CMCB Senior Wind Ensemble and string trio and was conducted by Todd Millen. The YCF is a weeklong festival of workshops, lectures and concerts, produced in partnership by the Community Music Center of Boston, Dinosaur Annex and the New Gallery Concert Series. Other pieces on the program included works by John Orfe, Daniel Bradshaw, Trevor Gureckis, Timothy Andres and Michele Zaccagnini. A pre-concert panel discussion was moderated by Kati Agocs and included Kendrick, Prof. Jeremy Van Buskirk, Danielle Galler-Rabinowitz, and Arthur Vanaria.

January 4, 2009 **
AS220's Empire Review
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial performed at this monthly variety show, hosted by Keith Munslow and the Superchief Trio.


2008 Performances

December 14, 2008
Works in Progress
College of Staten Island
Staten Island, NY
A documentary in progress, Works in Progress, by filmmaker Mikhael Antone with a musical score by Eva Kendrick, was screened at the College of Staten Island. The film, funded by a COHASI Grant, focuses on six young middle class men, most of whose parents are immigrants.

December 12, 2008 **
Jitters Club,
Southington, CT
Anne's Cordial performed with Porter Singer.

November 21, 2008 **
White Electric
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial performed with Allysen Callery and the Land of Nod and Grow Your Own Butterflies.

November 20, 2008
John Kleshinski Faculty Concert Series
Community Music Center of Boston, Allen Hall
Boston, MA
Kendrick premiered "Disir," for harp, cello, and three singers based on the Norse Poetic Edda, and "Songs of Anxiety" for child soprano and xylophone. Also on the program was "Bee-Smoking" for soprano, cello and marimba. Performers: Erin Reed Ferenbaugh (soprano, folk harp), Natalie Markward (soprano), Julie Carew (cello), Maeve Conway-Pearson (child soprano), and Jim Delorey (marimba, xylophone).

November 1, 2008 **
Century Lounge
Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial played a set with jazz combo Mise en Scene.

October 31, 2008 **
SENE Fundraiser
Cranston, RI
Private party.

October 19, 2008
Rialto Arts, Where Nature Takes Center Stage
Brooks Auditorium
Lincoln, MA

Rialto Arts presented Buccaneers of Buzz, Celebrating Honeybees, an event which features a documentary about beekeepers, live performance, dance, and original music, including a commissioned work by Kendrick. Performers included Yuko Yoshikawa, marimba, Miranda Loud, mezzo-soprano, Brian Jones, and tapdancer, Karl Haas, percussion. This program was funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and individual donors. The multimedia event included a hive demonstration, the concert, and a honey-tasting bee fair featuring local beekeepers.

September 20, 2008 **
Ninth Annual Pawtucket Film Festival
Pawtucket Visitors Center
Pawtucket, RI
Anne's Cordial played a set of music before the screening of Lost in Woonsocket.

September 7, 2008 **
Singing Out Against Hunger Festival
Evelyn's Drive-In
Tiverton, RI
Anne's Cordial performed at this local annual festival, which also featured singer-songwriters like Chris Rosenquest, Allysen Callery and Kim Lamothe.

August 20, 2008 **
Basement Forts @ Sound Sessions
Tazza Cafe
Providence, RI

August 17, 2008 **
Lake Shore Farm Inn
Norwood, NH
Anne's Cordial perfomed with Allysen Callery.

July 31, 2008 **
All-Asia Bar
Cambridge, MA
Anne's Cordial performed with Los Angeles Genevieve.

July 27, 2008 **
Nave Gallery
Somerville, MA
Performance with Emily Smith and Synergy.

June 29, 2008 **
The Beehive
Boston, MA

June 13, 2008 **
The Middle East Corner Cafe
Cambridge, MA
Anne's Cordial played with Erik Lindgren and the Frankenstein Consort.

June 8, 2008
Wimberly Theatre
Boston Center for the Arts
Boston, MA

In celebration of David Lapin, Executive Director of the Community Music Center of Boston's 25th anniversary, this concert featured works by the ensembles of the CMCB. Kendrick's piece "A Child Said, What Is the Grass" was commissioned in honor for David Lapin and featured the CMCB orchestra, children's chorus, adult chorus and soprano soloist Jennifer Ashe.


May 14, 2007
<B>Music of Liz Knight</B>
Pickman Hall, Cambridge, MA
Longy School of Music student composer Liz Knight presented her masters recital. The program included chamber works, solo trumpet and cellos pieces, and "In My Family's Words," an a cappella song cycle sung by Nils Erickson and Eva Kendrick.

May 13, 2007
<B>First Parish Medfield Music Service</B>
First Parish Medfield, Medfield, MA
As the music director of First Parish Medfield, Kendrick directed this annual music service which included solo organ pieces, soloists Becca and John Kornet, and a cameo by Kendrick's folk trio Anne's Cordial.

May 6, 2007
<B>Voices of the Spirit: Voices of New England</B>
Kendrick's piece "Famous" was included on this program of Boston-area composers, who also included John Howell Morrison, Chris Eastburn, Chris Montgomery and Frank Peri. Kendrick was also the soprano soloist for the concert.

May 6, 2007
<B>First Parish Needham Concert</B>
First Parish Needham, Needham, MA
Kendrick's piece "Famous," for mixed adult and children's choir and string quartet was premiered at this concert, along with works by John Howell Morrison, Chris Eastburn, and Chris Montgomery. Vivian Montgomery was the conductor and music director.

April 14, 2007
<B>Anne's Cordial at the Mediator Stage</B>
55 Rounds Ave. Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial performed a solo show at this live music venue in Providence.

March 23, 2007
<B>Brooklyn Coffee and Tea House</B>
209 Douglas Ave. Providence, RI
Anne's Cordial performed with Porter Singer in a double-bill at this Providence coffeeshop.

February 20, 2007
<B>Longy New Music Concert</B>
Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA
Eva Kendrick and tenor Nils Erickson performed "The Universe Breathes," part of a song cycle by composer Liz Knight based on poems by her family. The song cycle will be performed in full in a recital in May, 2007.

February 11, 2007
<B>Music of Her Voice: Joint Faculty Recital</B>
Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA
This recital by Longy faculty members Vanessa Breault Mulvey (flute) and Michelle Shoemaker (clarinet) featured wind music by Libby Larsen, Thea Musgrave, Mara Gibson, Beth Wiemann (University of Maine), and Longy alumna Eva Kendrick.

December 24, 2006
<B>Christmas Eve Service</B>
First Parish Unitarian-Universalist, Medfield, MA
Kendrick's choral piece "Cloudy Christmas Eve" was performed by the First Parish Choir at their Christmas Eve service.

November 29, 2006
<B>Longy New Music Concert</B>
Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA
Kendrick performed Longy student Elizabeth Knight's piece "What If," an <i>a cappela</i> atonal duet with tenor Nils Erickson at the Longy School of Music's New Music Concert.

November 19, 2006
<B>Providence Mandolin Orchestra</B>
Hingham Library Concert, Hingham, MA
The Providence Mandolin Orchestra performed music throughout the centuries during its 2006-2007 concert season. The program includes Kendrick's recently premiered "Country Fields," written for the Providence Mandolin Orchestra.

October 29, 2006
<B>Providence Mandolin Orchestra</B>
Mattapoisett Congregational Church, Mattapoisett, MA
The Providence Mandolin Orchestra performed music throughout the centuries during its 2006-2007 concert season. The program includes Kendrick's recently premiered "Country Fields," written for the Providence Mandolin Orchestra.

June 23, 2006
<B>Waterfire: Providence Mandolin Orchestra</B>
RISD Auditorium, Providence, RI
The Providence Mandolin Orchestra performed Kendrick's "Country Fields" at their Waterfire Concert.

June 5, 2006
<B><i>Shining</i> West Coast Premiere</B>
Ebell of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
<i>Shining</i> made its west coast premiere at the Ebell of Los Angeles, one of the largest and oldest women's philantthropic organizations in the United States. Performers: Eva Kendrick, soprano, Melanie Henley-Heyn, soprano, Belinda Wilkins, mezzo-soprano, and Yelena Koshelevskaya, pianist.