The three works performed at the Miller Theater are virtually unknown to music history... The concerto, played nicely by Guy Livingston [contains] cadenza-like solos [that] race and ripple...The DREAMS BALLET is a user-friendly delight of brief marches, cancans, polkas and the like. Choreographers might want to revisit it...The first two movements of the SERENADE show a composer deserving of serious attention. The tart ambiguous harmonies are moved along with sophistication and strength...
— Bernard Holland, The New York Times
PIANO CONCERTO NO. 2
Guy Livingston, piano
Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra/
7 October 2005;
Miller Theater, Columbia University,
New York City