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Performances, premieres, readings, reviews



Haley Mosier (Voice) Senior Recital Friday November 5 @ 8:30pm.  Austin Peay State University. 

George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall.  

Song cycle Stories I Heard Yesterday


Young New Yorkers' Chorus Treble Ensemble will perform Beside Thy Manger on December 4, 2021 @ 7pm,  at St. Paul's on Carroll Street, Brooklyn. 

Composer-in-residence for Union University April 2022.  Details TBA. 

JASNA 2021 Conference, October 15

Dr. Doug Murray will present songs from our song cycle of Jane Austen's Persuasion.  Recordings performed by Meagan Martin. 

Manhattan: The Unpeopled City and Crowds

New art song cycle for the Seen/Heard Trio

​featuring art by illustrator Laura Boren. Premiere TBA.

New song cycle From the Woolworth Tower will be performed at the 2022 Sparks & Wiry Cries NYC songSlam Festival.  Featuring LaToya Lain, Myra Huang, Maria Brea, and Martha Guth. 

The Astoria Music Project will perform On Crescent Street and 38th Ave as part of their concert series The Living City. Saturday Nov. 5 @ 6pm at the Rose Building, Lincoln Center and again on Sunday, Dec. 5 @4pm at Scholes Street Studio in Williamsburg. 


ChoralNet blog features article about Flying (SSAA, oboe, violin, and cello) One from the Folder: Repertoire Thoughts for Women’s/Treble Choirs by Shelbie L. Wahl-Fouts 

Written by guest contributor and commissioner Dr. Mark A. Boyle

AVAILABLE NOW: Dramatic Stories in an Intimate Setting 

(Volume 1-3).  Edited by soprano Sabrina Laney Warren, DMA, a collection of art songs for high voice and piano including settings of poetry by Sara Teasdale, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Evelyn Scott, Rainer Maria Rilke, Amy Lowell, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

For samples, listen here. Sheet music available through Amazon

Unbelievable (musical) 

Set in Chattanooga, Tennessee in the 1930s, the musical Unbelievable is inspired by the tale of Jackie Mitchell, a young woman with a gift for America’s favorite pastime. As one of the few female ball players to play with men in the minor leagues, Jackie Mitchell was something of a phenomenon. During an exhibition game at the newly constructed Engel Stadium, Mitchell finds herself pitching against two of the most famous baseball players of all time: Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. Unbelievable captures the spirit of love and baseball by looking into the heart of true talent to find indomitable courage. 

There was a 29-hour Reading as part of the New Stages Festival with Skyline Theater in New Jersey on March 17, 2017 and again on March 16, 2019.  

More info about the show.

Directed by Sam Scalamoni
Book by John DeVore
Music and Lyrics by Kevin and Rachel Fogarty



Hope | Light in the Darkness was  a cross-disciplinary in-person performance on October 29, 2021  of concert music for cello (Julia Henderson), clarinet (Medina) and piano featuring soprano, Elisa Nikoloulias and the solo modern dancers of Q & A Productions (Quincie Hydock and Annalee Harlow), exploring the theme of light/hope. The concert will include two commissioned pieces by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, one for clarinet, cello and piano and the other for clarinet and piano.


Original art by Emilie Ahern.

This concert was made possible by a City Artist Corps Grant. Thanks to @nyfacurrent, @NYCulture, @MadeinNY, and @queenstheatrenyc for the support!


Constellation Men's Ensemble fourth annual NOVA new music series will premiered six new vocal works exploring themes of house and home, including Anxiety, TTBB on an online concert on June 20, 2021


Happy Composer Commission Project commission for Inversion Ensemble, Austin, TX.  O Little Robin, SATB with  piano premiered May 28, 2021 in an online concert In Memoriam:  A Modern Requiem.  

Space to be lonely, an album of art songs under 4Tay Records and featuring Sabrina Laney Warren is now available on Spotify, iTunes, CDBaby, and all other streaming sites for purchase. 

2021 Sparks & Wiry Cries NYC songSLAM commission prize winner for a song cycle for the 2022 NYC songSLAM Festival. 

My God to Thee I Call (SATB) commissioned by Dr. Mark A. Boyle and the Pittsburgh Compline Choir.  Premiere in Winter 2020. 

For Xana, on the Stilwell F Train, 10:23pm (SATB with divisi) commissioned Alex Canovas and the Young New Yorkers' Chorus. Premiere March 14, 2o2o. 


sky darkening early (string quartet) was selected as part of the JACK Reading Sessions featuring the JACK Quartet in partnership with the Metropolis Ensemble on December 9, 2019.

Crescent Street at 38th Avenue was commissioned and premiered by the Astoria Music Project on February 9, 2019 in Astoria, NY. 

Glendale International Film Festival

featuring an original score for the film Little Giver

Directed and written by Jessica Park

Cinematography by David Park. Screening was on October 6, 2018.

Belvedere Chamber Music Festival June 21-24, 2017
Luna Nova Ensemble at Grace St. Luke's Memphis, TN.

Produced by Luna Nova Music, the Belvedere Chamber Music Festival performs masterpieces of the 20th and 21st century as well as new works by emerging composers. In addition to performances, the festival also offers educational opportunities for young composers and performers through lectures, masterclasses, and private instruction. Thursday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. and WKNO LIVE LUNCH (live stream available at
Wednesday, June 21, 12:10 - 1:00 p.m.

Art Song Recital featuring Sabrina Laney Warren, soprano

 Thursday, April 25, 2019 
Wesleyan College
4760 Forsyth Rd, Macon, GA 31210 

 with pianist Judith Pfeiffer featuring works by women composers.

On the program: Lili Boulanger, Nadia Boulanger, Amy Beach, Rachel DeVore Fogarty,  and Libby Larsen. 

Art Song Recital featuring Sabrina Laney Warren, soprano

 Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
Collierville United Methodist -  Sanctuary on the Square
104 Rowlett Street Collierville, TN 38017 

 with pianist Judith Pfeiffer featuring works by women composers.

On the program: Lili Boulanger, Nadia Boulanger, Amy Beach, Rachel DeVore Fogarty,  and Libby Larsen. 

2019 Avanti Concert Series, Tennessee Women Composers Concert  

 Monday, April 15, 2019 - 7:00 p.m. The Beethoven Club of Memphis - 

​featuring Sabrina Laney Warren, soprano; including chamber works by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, Jennifer Higdon, Enrica Ramey, and Lyn Joyner. These works will feature voice, flute, oboe, clarinet, and piano. This concert is funded in part by a grant from Arts Memphis and the Tennessee Arts Commission. 

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