Performances

- November 10th, 2010: the Lone Star Youth Orchestra: public performance of the Suite No. 1 in A flat major for brass, Op. 24, at a concert in the Irving Arts Center - Carpenter Hall, Arlington, Texas, USA.

- January 15th, 2011: Andrew Draft (clarinet) and Genevieve Gajewski (piano): performance of the first movement of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13, at a solo/ensemble competition for secondary/senior high school students, at Franklin High School, Livonia, Michigan, USA (the performers were awarded a First Division ("excellent") rating, the highest rating that is awarded).

- March 27th, 2012: Dutch pianist Chris Breemer: recording of the first seven of the 24 Preludes, Op. 39. The performance is here on Youtube (just click on "here") and he recorded them also for Piano Society. (Meanwhile the 2nd prelude is replaced by another one.)

- May 26th, 2012: Henryk Maszewski (clarinet) and Tristan Longval-Gagné (piano): public performance of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13, at a concert in the concert series called Off festival des harmonies, Sherbrooke, Canada (together with compositions of Heinrich Sutermeister, Grazyna Bacewicz and Adam Swierzynski.

- September 11th & 25 th, 2012: Duo Concertante Polonia, Henryk Maszewski (clarinet) and Radoslaw Rzepkowski (piano): public performance of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13, at the Belle Chapelle (11th) and the Radio Studio (25th), Sherbrooke, Canada. An excerpt of the performance is here on YouTube (just click on "here")

- October 14th & 20th, 2012: Duo Concertante Polonia, Henryk Maszewski (clarinet) and Radoslaw Rzepkowski (piano): public performance of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13, at the Belle Chapelle, Sherbrooke (14th) and the Petite Maison des Arts, Montreal (20th), Canada (together with compositions of Franz Danzi, Grazyna Bacewicz, Tadeusz Baird, Witold Lutoslawski, Adam Swierzynski, and Karol Kurpinski). An excerpt of the performance is here on YouTube (just click on "here").

- February 15th, 2013: Dusan Popovic (solo guitar, who arranged the solo part) and AcademiX orchestra: public performance of the Concerto Espagnole for guitar and two flutes, oboe and strings, Op. 20, at the Multimedia Hall of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia. The performance is here on YouTube (just click on "here").

- May 25th, 2013: Henryk Maszewski (clarinet) and Virginie Soumoy-Cambon (piano): public performance of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13, at Bistro KapZak in the concert series called Off festival des harmonies, Sherbrooke, Canada. Excerpts of the performance are here en here on YouTube (just click on "here").

- June 24th, 2013: Wiktor Borysionek (clarinet, 10 years) and Adam Cwiek (piano) from Wejherovo, Poland:  recording of the first movement of the Sonata No. 1 in C minor for clarinet & piano, Op. 13. The performance is here on Youtube (just click on "here").

- September 29th, 2013: Plamen Prodanov (oboe) and Mixed Chamber Ensemble: public performance of an arrangement by Plamen Prodanov of the Allemande from the Ancient Dances (Sonata No.3) for oboe and harpsichord, Op. 35, at Balabanov's House in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.The performance is here on YouTube (just click on "here").

- January 1th, 2014: Geert Van Hoorick: recording of the 10th prelude of the 24 Preludes, Op. 39. The performance is here on Youtube (just click on "here").

- May 4th, 2014: Ensemble 28 of the Engineering Chamber Orchestra, Spring Concert Series 2014, University of Texas, Austin, USA: public performance of Piano Trio in C minor for flute, clarinet and piano, Op. 1. The performance is here on YouTube ((just click on "here").

- April 12th, 2015: Trio Erasmus (Anna Ekinovic, piano; Mirna Mlikota, flute; Elisabetta Gori, clarinet), Velikonocni Komorni Festival, University, Ljubljana, Slovenia: public performance of Piano Trio in C minor for flute, clarinet and piano, Op. 1 (together with compositions of i.a. Ludwig von Beethoven and Dmitri Shostakovich).

 - May 16th, 2015: Martin Besson (tuba) and Marcella Bernard (piano): public performance of the 1st and 2nd movement (in reversed order) of the Sonata in E flat major for tuba and piano, Op. 43, in Mâcon, Musée des Ursulines, France (together with compositions of i.a. Ludwig von Beethoven, César Franck, Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert and Francis Poulenc).