Here you can find a partial list of the Premieres the U.S. orchestras are undertaking:
The New York Philharmonic has announced its 2015-16 season. The principal news is that Esa-Pekka Salonen is beginning a term as composer-in-residence, presiding over a Messiaen series in March of next year and introducing a new large-scale orchestral piece the following June, as part of the second edition of the Biennial. Also notable: the première of an Andrew Norman piano concerto on Dec. 10, 2015
Some meaty offerings at this summer’s Lincoln Center Festival: the celebrated Musik Fabrik production of Partch’sDelusion of the Fury, a Danny Elfman / Tim Burton evening, a Yarn/Wire program including works of Misato Mochizuki, Raphaël Cendo, and Tristan Murail, and the Cleveland Orchestra playing Strauss’s Daphne
The Detroit Symphony has announced a raft of premières for 2015-16: Mohammed Fairouz, Gabriela Lena Frank, Aaron Jay Kernis, Tod Machover, Sarah Kirkland Snider, and Leonard Slatkin
Not to be outdone, the Cincinnati Symphony is giving seven world premières next season: works of Sebastian Currier, Thierry Escaich, Zhou Tian, Gunther Schuller (his Symphonic Triptych), Jonathan Bailey Holland, Kristin Kuster, and T.J. Cole.
(The previous list belongs to Alex Ross, first published in his Blog.
The Chicago Symphony will premiere the very french Pascal Dusapin’s Cello Concerto (in three different programs), and the american premiere of Detlev Glanert’s Brahms-Fantasie.
Houston Symphony will premiere the orchestral version of John Corigliano’s Stomp and James Horner’s American premiere of his Concerto for Four Horns and Orchestra.
Dallas Symphony, St Louis Symphony, and Los Angeles Philharmonic haven’t announced their season yet, and neither have Minnesota nor Cleveland.
The Lyric Opera of Chicago is presenting Wozzek and the premiere of Bel Canto, by peruvian Jimmy López.
What else did I miss?