Adam’s music has been performed across southern California as well as at music festivals in Europe. Find out more information on his compositions as well as upcoming events.


August 2020

Somewhere in the Nineteenth Century
Anthony Moreno, baritone, sings and plays ukulele on “Something in the Nineteenth Century”, composed by Adam Borecki. Text by Corinna McClanahan Schroeder Recorded by Tyler Eschendal and Adam Borecki of Recording Dot LA (http://recording.LA) Filmed in Pacific Palisades in August of 2019December 2019

Dar Młodzieży – San Francisco
Adam Borecki was hired by the Consulate General of Poland to capture drone footage and compile a highlight reel to celebrate the arrival of the Polish Tallship, the Dar Młodzieży, in San Francisco and Los Angeles.August 2019

Director of Music Technology, Chapman University
Adam Borecki became the Director of Music Technology at Chapman University. Adam now manages the music technology facilities and curriculum at Chapman University in the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music.June 2019

Music at Maroon Bells
Adam Borecki and Chloe Tardif, violin, released a video of a live performance at Maroon Bells, with audio & video recorded in real time, with 4K drone footage. 2019

“The Moth” Podcast Recording in Aspen ColoradoFor the third consecutive year, Adam Borecki travelled to Aspen, CO, to record audio of live storytellers for The Moth workshops. The audio recording was co-hosted by The Moth and the Aspen Ideas Institute.April 27th, 2019 – 8:00pm

“Prelude and Tube” at the Hear Now Music Festival
Adam Borecki composed the electronics and designed visuals in a collaboration with the Spacepants duo. The work “Prelude and Tube” was originally composed by Spacepants (Diana Wade and Jen Beattie). Adam Borecki designed live projection and live audio for the performance. The concert was co-hosted by the Hear Now Music Festival and People Inside Electronics.April 1st, 2019

“Integrations” Premiere with Mark Menzies
Mark Menzies, violin, and Adam Borecki premiered “Integrations”, a new work commissioned by Mark Menzies. The performance was part of the Electroacoustic concert hosted at Cosumnes River College.October 2018

MARS Festival
October 3,4,5 and October 10th, 2018.
Adam Borecki lead a team of recording.LA engineers in a multimedia music festival.
Concerts included multitrack audio capture, projection, live electronics, multichannel playback, holograms, projectors, and more.January 21st, 2017 – 8:00pm

“Unfold” performed at the Cincinnati Soundbox
Concert Info: Cincinnati Soundbox: Cincinnati – Southern California January 21st, 2017 at 8 PM at Rohs Street Cafe PROGRAM: Lydia Winsor Brindamour, lace/leaf** (2014/16) – San Diego Laura Harrison, Three Guitars* (2016) – Cincinnati Ivan Alexander Moscotta, Piece for two guitars* (2016) – Cincinnati Adam Borecki, Unfold** (2014) – Los Angeles *World premiere **Midwest premiere Performances by guitarists: Donald Broerman Christopher Wilke Bill WillitsOctober 23rd, 2016 – 8:00pm

Brightwork New Music plays “Scorpio” on “Diffusion / Compression” in Pomona
Brightwork kicks off the 2016/17 season with a concert exploring the extremes of musical expression. Elise Roy’s Rarefaction, a Brightwork commission, masterfully uses silence and extended techniques to convey a sense of diffusion, of lessening. In stark contrast, Isaac Schankler’s Sever, also a Brightwork commission, turns Sarah Palin’s incoherent rants into musical material, pushing the audience to the very edge of their seats. The program also features a WORLD PREMIERE work by Harvey Mudd College’s own Bill Alves, titled He Watches the Clouds Pass the Window, plus the music of California icon Lou Harrison. Rounding out the concert are three pieces on the Zodiac: Adam Borecki’s Scorpio, Vera Ivanova’s Sagittarius, and Vicki Ray’s Perpendicular Twins. Program Rarefaction – Elise Roy Ariadne – Lou Harrison Three Zodiac pieces – Adam Borecki, Vera Ivanova, Vicki Ray He Watches the Clouds Pass the Window – Bill Alves WORLD PREMIERE Sever – Isaac SchanklerMarch 30th, 2016 – 8:00pm

Synchromy presents “zōdiacus”
Synchromy presents zōdiacus With Brightwork newmusic and baritone Scott Graff.
Featuring excerpts from, and music inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Tierkreis Paired with world premieres by Adam Borecki, Ethan Braun, and Vicki Ray and U.S. Premieres by Mikhail Krutik and Vera Ivanova Opening with works by John Luther Adams and Tom Flaherty.February 20th, 2016 – 2:00pm

Peninsula Center Library: “Star Trails”
The Sunset Club Trio performs “Star Trails” at the Peninsula Center Library in Palos Verdes as part of the Classical Music Series 2016. More InfoFebruary 20th, 2016 – 8:00pm

New Horizons: Kathleen Supove and Nadia Shpachenko at Chapman University
Two pianists from opposite coasts bring together their passion for new piano music on a concert entitled “Quotations and Homages.” Grammy-nominated pianist Nadia Shpachenko-Gottesman performs works by Missy Mazzoli and Vera Ivanova based on her newest recording project of the same name. Kathleen Supové brings quotations and tributes in the form of works by Randall Woolf and others from her Digital Debussy project and recording. Together, they premiere a 2-piano work by Los Angeles composer Jack Van Zandt, as well as the winner of American Composers Forum LA/Chapman’s open call for piano duo scores. This concert is supported in part by the ACF/LA.February 19th, 2016 – 7:30pm

Sunset Club Trio plays “Star Trails” in Rolling Hills
The Sunset Club Trio performs Adam’s “Star Trails” at the United Methodist Church in Rolling Hills. More InfoFebruary 7th, 2016

Nadia Shpachenko plays “Accidental Mozart” at the California Institute of Technology
On February 7, 2016 at 3:30 pm in Dabney Lounge at Caltech, Grammy® nominated pianist Nadia Shpachenko presents “Quotations and Homages” program of new and recent works, including 6 West Coast Premieres.February 5th, 2016 – 8:00pm

Ussachevsky Festival: “Study for Clarinet & Imaginary Pianos” at Pomona College
MUSIC FOR HUMANS AND ELECTRONICS at Pomona College. Performers to include: Sarah Thornblade, violin; Cynthia Fogg, viola; Gary Bovyer, clarinet; Genevieve Feiwen Lee, Aron Kallay and Nadia Shpachenko, piano; and Nick Terry, percussion. Music by John Luther Adams, Adam Borecki, Tom Flaherty, Molly Joyce, Kaija Saariaho and Isaac Schankler.December 16th, 2015

Five Studies in String Theory in Portland
Third Angle New Music brings back “Five Studies in String Theory” for their program at the Lincoln City Cultural Center: “Sound of Nature, Sound of Art featuring Third Angle New Music”. The LCCC is proud to present this second annual collaboration of art and music, inspired by the 41st anniversary of the establishment of the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area. This year’s featured ensemble will be Third Angle New Music, a string quartet, performing works inspired by nature. The music, in turn, will inspire invited artists, who will respond to both the beauty of Cascade Head and the music itself, while the audience looks on.December 13th, 2015 – 7:00pm

Shpachenko plays “Accidental Mozart” at the Spectrum, New York
Nadia Shpachenko brings everyone’s favorite classical drinking game “Accidental Mozart” to New York. Her solo recital is titled “Quotations and Homages”, and it features 6 world premieres by Matthew Elgart, Daniel Felsenfeld, Tom Flaherty, Vera Ivanova, Michael Vincent Waller, and Peter Yates, as well as recent works by Adam Borecki, Missy Mazzoli, and Nick Norton at Spectrum.November 20th, 2015

“Accidental Mozart” at Cal Poly Pomona
Nadia Shpachenko gives a preview concert of her upcoming program “Quotations and Homages” at Cal Poly Pomona.November 18th, 2015 – 7:00pm

Sunset Club Trio premieres “Star Trails”
The Sunset Club Trio (Etienne Gara, violin; Ines Thome, electric guitar; and Michael Gratovich, flamenco guitar) give the world premiere of “Star Trails” a multi-media work that also includes electronics and LEDs. The concert is hosted through the USC Brain and Creativity Institute and US French Embassy.June 27th, 2015

“Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos” in Italy
Adalgisa Poidomani performed “Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos” at the Music Institute in Catania, Sicily, Italy.May 1st, 2015

Hear Now Festival
“Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos” will be performed as part of the Hear Now Festival. Hear Now Music FestivalMay 1st, 2015

Unfold – for Microtonal Guitar
Spencer Artwick performs Adam’s “Unfold” for microtonal guitar in recital at the University of Southern California.April 12th, 2015 – 12:00pm

M.M. Composition Recital
On April 12th, Adam will present a recital of original compositions.
12pm Noon – Ramo Recital Hall, University of Southern CaliforniaFebruary 21st, 2015 – 7:30pm

Andrew Moses & Gateway Performance Series
On Saturday, February 21, the Gateway Performance Series presents “Blackwood Blowing — Bach to Borecki”
Andrew Moses plays the World Premiere of “Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos”November 26th, 2014 – 3:00pm

“Emerald Shadows” Electro-acoustic premiere
Joshua Moore (guitar) and Isaac Lopez (saxophone) will perform the electro-acoustic premiere of “Emerald Shadows (on the Lawn of Oasi Neumann)”November 9th, 2014 – 3:00pm

Premiere of “Accidental Mozart”
Brendan White will be premiering “Accidental Mozart”, a very serious set of variation on piano sonata no. 16 K. 545 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.October 29th, 2014

“110 Moments” at Cal. State Long Beach
Dzovig Markarian performed “110 moments” in a recital at the California State University at Long Beach.October 24th, 2014

“110 Moments” at Cal State Fullerton
Dzovig Markarian will perform Adam Borecki’s “110 Moments” in recital at California State: Fullterton.June 8th, 2014

Sunset Chamber Festival
Adam Borecki joined the faculty of the Sunset Chamber Festival. In addition to individual composition lessons, Adam also gave an interactive lecture on computer music.June 6th, 2014

Nief Norf Premiere
Adam’s new composition, Three Percussion Duets, was premiered at the Nief Norf summer music festival in South Carolina by Jordan Curcuruto and Mike Truesdell.May 23rd, 2014

“Five Studies in String Theory” Premiere
The Third Angle New Music ensemble premiered Adam Borecki’s “Five Studies in String Theory” in Portland, OR. The lighthearted work was met with critical acclaim and audience enthusiasm as the string quartet danced around stage in Adam’s quirky composition.May 15th, 2014

“Outstanding Ensemble” Award, Gluck Foundation Fellowship
At the USC Thornton Honors Convocation, Adam Borecki received an award in recognition of his work playing outreach concerts at hospitals and convalescent homes with the Kaleidoscope Trio (Micah Wright, clarinet and Marina Lenau, violin).May 11th, 2014

Premiere of “One Hundred and Ten Moments of Grandeur”
Dzovig Markarian premieres Adam’s new composition, “One Hundred and Ten Moments of Grandeur” for piano and electronics in a recital of all new music.May 9th, 2014

Premieres and Performances: USC Writer/Composer Collaborative Class
Adam Borecki composed two works for the Writer/Composer final showcase concert.
Premiered in Boston Court Performing Arts Center in Pasadena, these works varied from a lighthearted poem by Marci Vogel to an elegy to Paco de Lucia.May 4th, 2014

“Emerald Shadows on the Lawn of Oasi Neumann” in Kentucky
Kyle Malone (saxophone) will perform “Emerald Shadows on the Lawn of Oasi Neumann” at his senior recital at Morehead State University, Kentucky. The piece is dedicated to Kyle and is named after the location where Kyle and Adam met at the Cortona Sessions for New Music.April 21st, 2014

Sunset Chamber Festival
Adam Borecki joins the Sunset Chamber Musical festival as a composition teacher and lecturer. Adam will provide composition lessons as part of the Young Composers’ Program in addition to a workshop on electronic music.March 9th, 2014 – 3:00pm

Premiere of “Emerald Shadows on the Lawn of Oasi Neumann”
Andrew Harrison (saxophone) and Josh Moore (guitar) perform the premiere of “Emerald Shadows on the Lawn of Oasi Neumann” at the USC Composition Showcase concert.February 24th, 2014

Aspen Music Festival
Adam was offered a position as a recording engineer for the Aspen Festival of Music during the summer of 2014.January 2014

Awarded Finalist for the Third Angle for New Music Composition Competition
Adam became a finalist for the Third Angle for New Music competition in Portland, Oregon. He will receive a commission to compose for String Quartet and electronics to be premiered in concert on May 23rd.January 22nd, 2014

Music Featured on WTJU RadioAdam Borecki’s music was featured on “The Listening Room”, a radio show in Virginia. Visit for more information.November 24th, 2013

Premiere at Electroacoustic Showcase Concert
Clarinetist Micah Wright premiered Adam’s piece, “Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos” at the USC composition electroacoustic showcase.November 23rd, 2013

“A Supscription” programmed on Lisa Neher’s doctoral recital
Lisa Neher will be performing “A Superscription” in Iowa City at the Congregational United Church of Christ. For more information, visit www.lisanehermusic.comNovember 10th, 2013

USC Composition Showcase programs “A Superscription”
Katelyn Isaacson (soprano) and Eunghee Cho (cello) performed “A Superscription” at the USC composition showcase.October 2013

New Music Initiative: Tuesdays@MonkSpace
Adam Borecki became assistant director of Tuesdays@MonkSpace, a new music organization in Los Angeles.October 2013

Gluck Fellowship Award
Adam Borecki was awarded a fellowship to perform outreach concerts through the Gluck program. Along with violinist Marina Lenau and clarinetist Micah Wright, Adam Borecki performs at community service concerts at hospitals, jails, and convalescent homes across Los Angeles.September 8th, 2013

The h2 quartet performed “Analog Musings”
The h2 quartet performed Adam’s saxophone quartet, “Analog Musings” on their recital at Oklahoma State University.July 20th, 2013

“A Superscription” chosen for EAMA program in Paris
Adam’s song, “A Superscription”, was chosen to be part of the reading sessions during the 2013 European American Music Alliance program at La Schola Cantorum in Paris. Special thanks to the pianist, Clare Longendyke.July 2nd, 2013

“A Superscription” Premiere in Italy
Lisa Neher, mezzo-soprano, and Kivie Cahn-Lipman, cello, premiered Adam’s song, “A Superscription” at the Cortona Sessions for New Music in Italy.July 1st, 2013

Premiere of “Analog Musics” for Saxophone Quartet
Kyle Malone, Jeffrey Loeffert, Geoffrey Deibel, and Kimberly Goddard Loeffert premiered Adam’s quartet, “Analog Musings” at the Cortona Sessions for New Music in Italy.June 21st, 2013

Theresa Silveyra performs Etude for Piano: “Cartoons and Caricatures”
Theresa Silveyra performed Adam’s composition: �tude for Piano: “Cartoons and Caricatures” in the contemporary performance competition at the Cortona Sessions for New Music.May 7th, 2013

Etude for Piano performed at the Chapman Piano Showcase Recital
Tiffany Liu performed Adam’s �tude for Piano: “Cartoons and Caricatures” at Chapman University‘s piano showcase recital.April 7th, 2013

Premiere Etude for Piano
At her senior recital, Tiffany Liu premiered Adam Borecki’s Etude for Piano: “Cartoons and Caricatures”.December 18th, 2012

Featured on Composer’s Circle
Adam’s piece, “Etude for Piano: Cartoons and Caricatures” was featured on, a website promoting composers from across the world.June 28th, 2012

Awarded Honorable Mention at the Boston GuitarFest
Adam’s composition Sonata for Guitar: “Garden of Dreams” received honorable mention in the Boston GuitarFest Composition Competition.