Nathan will be doing a mini-tour of Utah, culminating in a concert at Viewmont High School. Compositions to be performed include Concerto for Vibraphone & Percussion Ensemble, Almost Beyond (percussion ensemble), The Foggy Dew (solo xylophone with band), Silencio (solo marimba), Encantada (solo vibraphone)
Nathan will be a guest artist at the Pennsylvania Day of Percussion at Millersville University, hosted by James Armstrong. He will perform his Concerto for Vibraphone & Percussion Ensemble, marimba solo Silencio, and vibraphone solo Encantada, and give a clinic on the anatomy of percussion composition.
Nathan will be a guest artist at the Missouri Western State University Percussion Festival, hosted by Dr. Josh Knight. He and Josh will perform the premiere of his duet AfterBurn for vibraphone & marimba. Other literature will include Nathan's percussion quintet Silent Canyons, marimba solo Silencio, and 1-2 vibraphone solos.
Nathan will be a guest composer, soloist, and conductor at Moraine Valley Community College, hosted by Douglass Bratt. Several of Nathan's compositions will be featured, including Concerto for Vibraphone & Percussion Ensemble, Fever Dream (percussion quartet), Twitch (solo clarinet & percussion ensemble), Almost Beyond (percussion ensemble), Silencio (solo marimba), and Encantada (solo vibraphone).
The Orchestre d'Harmonie du Val d'Aoste, conducted by Lino Blanchod, will perform Black Rainbow for 6 solo percussionists and wind ensemble on their concert "Concert Du Nouvel An." Soloists include Mauro Gino, Daniele Carli, Luca Favaro, Lorenzo Guidolin, Fabio Saccavino, and Lorenzo Scanavino.
The Honk Kong University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Dr. Lung Heung-Wing, will perform Firefly for 12 percussionists on their concert "The Elements of Percussion." Other pieces on the program include Hiroyuki Yamazawa’s “The Red Shadow on the Water Ripples,” Ney Rosauro’s “Mother Earth, Father Sky,” Ney Rosauro's “Rhapsody for Solo Percussion and Ensemble,” and “Rhapsody” from “Music for the Millions” arranged by Lo Hau-mano.