NY Times review of performance of Terry Riley’s IN C

July 4, 2011

This past weekend I had the great honor of playing accordion with a mixed chamber orchestra performing Terry Riley’s IN C as part of the Rite of Summer concert series on Governor’s Island. We put on two great performances and got a very nice write up in the NY TImes. See the link below for the review, in which I was very pleased to see my accordion playing mentioned. Special thanks to Blair McMillen for organizing this and bringing me on board!   Rite Of Summer IN C NY Times Review

PF Trio Preview at The Tank

January 25, 2011
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

Don’t wait until Feb 5 to hear the Peter Flint Trio again!

We’ve just been booked last minute on an informal showcase of Oberlin Conservatory  composers, past and present.  The Trio, including Peter, Andrew Sterman, and Arash Amini, will play about 15 minutes of music from our upcoming program. Expect to hear some of Peter’s accordion etudes, and perhaps one or two of his other works for the trio.

This evening will feature an informal presentation of work by students and faculty, both current and former, from the TIMARA program. The event serves as the focal point for four students (Meade Bernard, Sam Fisher, Gabe Stewart, and Eli Stine) and one faculty member (Tom Lopez) who have been working at Harvestworks Studios this month. There will be live acoustic, electronic & computer music, video, and interactive art. Many alums and friends of the department have been invited to participate


The Tank (
354 West 45th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)

Doors open at 6pm
Performances start around 7pm.

Tickets $5 at the door.

John Brown Opera Project: Purged By Blood

The John Brown Cycle (2005, 20′) for soprano, tenor, bass/baritone w/ piano or chamber ensemble is preview excerpt from Peter Flint’s forthcoming opera about the abolitionist John Brown. Purged By Blood: an internet opera will be released in serialized form, hopefully soon.

Bellowing at Art: New trio music

October 22, 2010
7:30 pmto9:00 pm

Peter Flint and friends play new trio music for accordion, cello, and woodwinds at

551 West 21st Street, Unit 204A
New York, NY

Peter Flint, assisted by Avian Orchestra musicians Arash Amini (cello) and Alfonso Sturgeon (woodwinds), will premiere new music for his accordion trio at the intimate 571Projects gallery in Chelsea. Expect a quirky and engaging musical evening surrounded by edgy contemporary art as Peter puts his new-found accordion skills to the test and delves into new creative territory.

Purchase tickets now.

Double Speaking

November 21, 2009
8:00 pm

Double Speaking (world premiere) for guitar and flute
performed by the Taggart-Grycky Duo

Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
Louise and David Roselle Center for the Arts (CFA)
(on Orchard Road, between Winslow Road & Kent Way)
Newark, Delaware

Admission: FREE

Eileen Grycky and Christiaan Taggart will be premiering my newest piece, Double Speaking, which is loosely inspired by some of the Latin American folk music I have been immersed in recently. It’s a virtuosic and fun composition. I’m completely looking forward to hearing them grapple with it!

Freewheels in Ohio, Delaware, Boston, and NYC

April 30, 2008

April – May 2008
Freewheels, my piece for bicycle video, ensemble and bike part percussion was performed in Ohio, Delaware, Boston, and NYC

Avian Orchestra in Wilmington, Philadelphia

February 1, 2009

performances of some of my songs with the Avian Orchestra in Wilmington, Philadelphia, and at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC.