Sheridan’s Sextet for Clarinet, Piano and String Quartet can be seen on YouTube and listened to on SoundCloud. Sheet music can be obtained from Sheridan directly. Ensemble SF recently performed the work twice in California.
Sheridan’s Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra was recently presented at the 2016 American Trombone Workshop in Arlington, VA on Friday, March 11th. Zachary Bond played the solo part and Colonel Timothy J. Holtan led the US Army Orchestra “Pershing’s Own” in a stellar performance. The performance can be watched here. Trombone players and conductors interested in the piece who would like a free perusal score/part by e-mail should contact Sheridan directly. Sheridan also has an energetic four-minute work for brass ensemble, Mad Jack’s Revenge.
Sheridan’s concert-length choral arrangement of folk music from the Holocaust, Voices of the Holocaust is available in CD form and from the arranger directly. Listen to excerpts from the State College Choral Society’s recording.
Violinist Dennis Kim premiered Sheridan’s Violin Concerto with Finland’s Tampere Philharmonic under the baton of Beni Shwartz in Novemeber, 2013. Please contact Sheridan directly for the score and violin part.
The ViMaDeAn Duo (violin and marimba) has recently uploaded a video of Sheridan’s “Blues Train”, a 2 and a half minute up-tempo, blues-influenced piece, suitable for encores.
Reserve your tickets to the Keystone State Boychoir’s 15th Anniversary Gala on Saturday evening June 18th, 2016 at Philadelphia’s Verizon Hall. To celebrate the occasion, the choir commissioned a new piece from Sheridan, “When I’m Singing, I Feel Free”.