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Featured Listening (these and many more available under "Works")

"That Blood's Too Red"

- a Big Thicket rhapsody

Daniel Saenz (cello), Brenden Kinsella (piano)

"Testament" - poem by Carolyn Adams

Megan Stapleton, soprano - SHSU Percussion Group - Dr. John Lane, conductor

"A-Walking All Alone"

- a Big Thicket rhapsody

David Russell (cello), Geoffrey Burleson (piano)

"Hast'ning Home" 

Tony Arnold, soprano - Wellesley Composers Conference Orchestra - James Baker, conductor

"The Time's Been Sweet"

- variant meditations and dances

Ensemble Linea - Jean-Phillipe Wurtz, conductor


- excerpt from Pentecostal section 

London Sinfonietta - Martyn Brabbins, conductor

Interviews and Concerts

Standing in the Stream: Conversations with Creatives

Hosted by John Lane

Episode 21: B. P. Herrington



"Geography Comes to an End"

at the Rothko Chapel

This program of exciting world premieres celebrates the intersection of spirituality, landscape, and folk traditions. Composer Stephen Yip evokes the delicacy of Asian prints with haiku-inspired songs, the music of B. P. Herrington explores bluesy Southern roots music, and percussionist John Lane presents selections from Peter Garland’s "The Landscape Scrolls," reflecting a day in rural Maine. Featuring readings of Thomas Merton’s poetry.


The Front Row (Houston Public Media)

Houston composers Brian Herrington and Stephen Yip talk about their new pieces that will be included on Geography Comes to an End, a concert of world premières that celebrate the coming-together of spirituality, landscape and folk traditions.



The Front Row (Houston Public Media)

Cellist Daniel Saenz, AURA director Rob Smith, harpist Hope Cowan, and composer Brian Herrington perform and talk with St.John Flynn


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