2/5: Brooklyn, NY: Schubert's Schwanengesang, with pianist Gilbert Kalish. http://downtownbrooklyn.com/events/randall-scarlata-gilbert-kalish-shuberts-last-songs
2/25: Aston, PA: Verdi arias and Copland's Old American Songs with the Delco Youth Orchestra: https://www.dcyo.org/dcyo-concerts/
3/9-11: West Chester, PA: National Association of Teachers Singing Regional Conference. Presenting a lecture on Schubert Style for Singers, and adjudicating the competition. http://www.easternregionnats.com
4/7-8: West Chester, PA: Performances of Mozart's the Magic Flute (director) https://www.wcupa.edu/music
4/19-21: New Brunswick, NJ: Recording Lou Harrison's Three Pieces for Men's Chorus, Baritone, and Orchestra, with the Orchestra of St. Luke's, and Rutgers University Choirs. http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/music/ensembles/kirkpatrick-choir
4/30: Stony Brook, NY: Vaughan Williams' Mystical Songs with the Stony Brook Camerata Singers, Shoshana Hershkowitz, conducting. http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/music/performances/ensembles/camerata.html
5/19: Philadelphia, PA: JS Bach's Schleicht, spielende Wellen, with Tempesta di Mare Baroque Orchestra. https://tempestadimare.org/events/2017-2018-river-music/
5/20: Philadelphia, PA: JS Bach's Schleicht, spielende Wellen, with Tempesta di Mare Baroque Orchestra. https://tempestadimare.org/events/2017-2018-river-music/
6/13: Pittsburgh, PA: Happy Birthday, Irving Berlin! With mezzo-soprano, Suzanne DuPlantis, and pianist Laura Ward. https://www.shadysidepres.org/event/concert-2018-06-13/
8/14: Kaposvár, Hungary: Evening concert with pianist Peter Frankl. (http://kaposfest.hu)
8/16: Kaposvár, Hungary: Morning concert with mezzo-soprano Károlyi Katalin and pianist Peter Frankl. (http://kaposfest.hu)
1/29: Lewes, DE. St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Bach arias with the Lewes Chamber Players https://www.delawarescene.com/event/18029/lewes-chamber-players-from-baroque-to-modern
2/8: New Haven, CT: Yale University's Morse Hall. All-Schumann recital with mezzo-soprano Janna Baty and pianist Peter Frankl. https://music-tickets.yale.edu/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=15860
2/17-18: Philadelphia, PA: Swarthmore College, Lang Hall. Peter Maxwell Davies' Eight Songs for a Mad King with Orchestra 2001, Jayce Ogren, conductor. https://orchestra2001.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S36000001qNM5EAM
3/26: Doylestown, PA: Our Lady of Guadalupe. Haydn's Creation with The Riverside Symphonia and the Bucks County Choral Society, Thomas Lloyd, conductor. http://www.buckschoral.org/performances-and-events/
3/27: Westchester, PA. Westchester University. Guest artist for Emily Bullock's faculty recital. http://www.wcupa.edu/arts-humanities/eventsCalendar.aspx
4/8: Philadelphia, PA. Parkway Central Library. Germantown Poetry Project Concert with Network for New Music. Main branch of Philadelphia Free Library http://www.networkfornewmusic.org/events/2017/4/8/germantown-poetry-project-preview-concert
4/9: Philadelphia, PA. Joseph E. Coleman Regional Library. Germantown Poetry Project Concert with Network for New Music. Coleman NW branch of Philadelphia Free Library http://www.networkfornewmusic.org/events/2017/4/9/germantown-poetry-project
4/18: Chattanooga, TN. Hunter Museum of American Art. String Theory at the Hunter. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on tour. Crumb's American Songbook II and songs of Charles Ives, with pianist Gilbert Kalish, and percussionists Ayano Kataoka, Ian Rosenblum, Chris Froh and Andy Harnsberger. http://stringtheorymusic.org/concerts/2016-2017/april-18-2017/
5/11: Philadelphia, PA. Academy of Vocal Arts. The Academy of Vocal Arts. Lyric Fest's Happy Birthday, Irving Berlin! With mezzo-soprano Susanne DuPlantis, and pianist Harold Evans. https://lyricfest.org/concerts/happy-birthday-irving-berlin/
7/9-23: Liesing Im Lesachtal, Austria. Alpenkammermusik. Co-artistic director, various chamber music performances, masterclasses, etc. www.alpenkammermusik.com
8/22: Burlington, VT. Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival. Sounding Board. Discussions and performances of new chamber works by some of today's best young composers. With Gloria Chien, piano, and the Kafka Quartet (www.lccmf.org)
8/27: Burlington, VT. Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival. Mahler's Rückert-Lieder with pianist Gloria Chien (www.lccmf.org)
9/12: Philadelphia, PA. Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Sounding Board. Peter Maxwell Davies' Eight Songs for a Mad King with Orchestra 2001, Jayce Ogren, conductor. Part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. (http://fringearts.com/event/madness-round-midnight/).
9/21: Moorestown, NJ. The Community House. Lyric Fest recital with Jennifer Aylmer, Suzanne DuPlantis, Jonas Hacker, and pianist Laura Ward (www.lyricfest.org)).
9/22: Philadelphia, PA. Chestnut Hill. The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill): Lyric Fest recital with Jennifer Aylmer, Suzanne DuPlantis, Jonas Hacker, and pianist Laura Ward (www.lyricfest.org)
9/24: Philadelphia, PA. Academy of Vocal Arts. Lyric Fest recital with Jennifer Aylmer, Suzanne DuPlantis, Jonas Hacker, and pianist Laura Ward (www.lyricfest.org).
10/8: Lancaster, PA. The Trust Performing Arts Center. Loeffler's Trois Rhapsodies for Voice, Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, with Doris Hall-Gulati, Peter Kenote and Maria Thompson Corley. https://www.lancastertrust.com/event/trust-concert-randall-scarlata-trust-collective/)
10/23: West Chester, PA. West Chester University's Madeline Wing Adler Theater. Faculty recital, with pianist Laura Ward. https://www.wcupa.edu/music/eventsCalendar.aspx#/?i=2
11/8: New Haven, CT. Yale University, Morse Recital Hall. All-Schumann recital with mezzo-soprano Janna Baty and pianist Peter Frankl. http://music-tickets.yale.edu/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=17329
12:13: New York NY. Recording Studio. Recording of Lori Laitman's Todesfuge with cellist Thomas Kraines.