Autumn (poetry of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) for SSAATB a cappella choir was premiered on November 21, 2010 at the 2010 Fall Concert of the Otterbein University Concert Choir under the direction of Gayle Walker. The Concert Choir toured China, November 29 through December 10, 2010. Autumn was a part of the tour program.
November, for soprano and cello quartet, was performed on “Sundays at the Huntington” (Capital University) , on Sunday, October 24, 2010. Performers were Cynthia Mahaney and the Columbus Cellos (Linda Bollas, Jerrie Cribb, Marcia Jones, and Anne Marie Slater).
Harlequinade for Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon and Woodblock was performed at the Biannual Conference of Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers (CFAMC), October 15, 2010 at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana. A woodwind trio (Melissa Huempfner, flute; Andrea Hoyt, clarinet; Allison Buck, bassoon) from Ball State University performed the work.
Three Moods (for Horn and Piano) was performed at the 13th London New Wind Festival, Tuesday September 28, 2010, 7.30 p.m., at St. Cyprian’s Church, Glentworth Street, London , England.
On June 5, 2010 the Otterbein University Concert Choir was joined by the Otterbein University Chamber Orchestra for the premiere of Yet I Will Rejoice (SSATB with Chamber Orchestra) under the direction of Gayle Walker for its Spring Concert.
November (poetry of William Cullen Bryant) for Soprano and Cello Quartet was premiered at the Women in Music—Columbus Spring Composers Forum on May 1, 2010. Cynthia Mahaney was the soprano accompanied by the Columbus Cellos (Linda Bollas, Jerrie Cribb, Marcia Jones, and Anne Marie Slater).
The Konza Winds, the Kansas State University Faculty Woodwind Quintet, performed Gli intrighi d’amore (The Intrigues of Love) at the Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI) Region VI Conference in Manhattan, Kansas, on March 26, 2010.
On February 27, 2010, the Otterbein University Concert Choir under the direction of Gayle Walker premiered
What Shall We Bring? (SSAATTBB a cappella) as part of its Winter Concert. Mrs. Casey was named semi-finalist in the 2008 Sorel Medallion Choral Composition Competition for this work.
O, Death, Rock Me Asleep was performed on the concert, “A New Millennium of Music: Women in Song,” on January 31, 2010, in Brandi Recital Hall, at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. The concert featured adjunct music instructors of Kenyon performing music by living women composers written since the year 2000. Tamara Seckel, soprano, and Cole Dachenhaus (student), violin, presented the work.