Below are highlights from some of Mark's most popular pieces:
American Prize Honorable Mention awarded to Clarinet Concerto ("Three Psalms") performed by Chicago's Fifth House Ensemble:
Below is the world premiere of my Train & Tower for Orchestra, Tape and Live Train conducted by Lukas Foss, featuring a Long Island Rail Road locomotive I controlled to pass by the festival tent at the the end of the piece for dramatic effect (train not required for future performances). Thanks to Dan Rattiner of Dan's Papers, Eleanor Leonard, Lukas Foss, and Sam Zambuto of the LIRR. The work was ranked #8 all-time by London critic Jeremy Nicholas in Gramophone Magazine (UK) for music evoking railways in the October 2008 Awards edition also found below. The surround sound from the orchestra, tape and approaching train, which I controlled, was other-worldly.
Violinist Jason DePue of The Philadelphia Orchestra (music and photography by Mark Petering):
Cityscape No. 1 ("Kenosha") featuring recordings of my son and I visiting fun places in the city:
Future Baltimore Symphony Tubist Aubrey Foard recording Petering's Tuba Concerto with Colburn Orchestra members. (3rd mvt. excerpt below)
Edna Landau (Co-founder of IMG Artists) endorsed with letters to several American conductors:
Charlotte Symphony world premiere of Lament for Tuba and Orchestra. Pictured below: Mark Petering, Charlotte Symphony & British Royal Family Conductor Christopher Warren-Green, and Tubist Aubrey Foard.