Welcome to the official website for the music of Peter Senchuk. Originally from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, this Los Angeles based composer's music includes feature film scores, as well as concert works for big band, chamber ensembles and full orchestra.
The Los Angeles Flute Orchestra will premiere a new work by Peter Senchuk at the 2012 National Flute Association Convention in Las Vegas, NV. The concert on August 11, at 7pm will be the premiere of "Karpaty", a fantasy on Ukrainian folk melodies. It will also include the original compositions "Mr. Sanchez" and "Blue Dog Blue", along with arrangements of two Debussy Preludes and "Smoke On The Water" featuring low flute specialist Peter Sheridan.
Forest Glade Music will have a booth at the 2012 National Flute Association Convention in Las Vegas this August.
The Los Angeles Flute Orchestra will premiere "Mr. Sanchez", a new latin-jazz big band style piece by Peter at The Third Sunday at Three Concert Series at Mt. Olive Church in Santa Monica on May 20, 2012.
The Santa Monica College Wind Ensemble, under the direction of conductor Kevin McKeown, will premiere "Le Griffon" a tone poem for wind ensemble. The piece takes it's name from the French explorer La Salle's ship the Griffon, which was the first full sized ship to sail on the upper Great Lakes. The concert is on April 22, 2012, at 4pm at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
The Los Angeles Flute Orchestra will be hitting the studio in April with low flute specialist Peter Sheridan to record "Nuestro Pueblo".
The Los Angeles Flute Orchestra will perform a concert in the Gateway Performance Series on December 9, 2011, at 8pm. They will perform selections from their new CD "Winter Wonderland" including "Koliady" and "Kinda Blue Xmas" by Peter Senchuk.
Winter Wonderland, a new holiday CD by the Los Angeles Flute Orchestra will be released on December 1. It features two selections by Peter, "Koliady - Three Ukrainian Christmas Carols" and "Kinda Blue Xmas".
"Nuestro Pueblo" will receive its international premiere on August 21, 2011, at the Japan Flute Convention.