Hailed as the 'Critic's Choice' in the November 2015 OPERA NEWS:

"Conductor Douglas Kinney Frost shows
mastery of the rhythmically complex proceedings."

Based on a one-page story by Ambrose Bierce, the difficulty of crossing a field is a joint collaboration in musical theater between composer David Lang and playwright Mac Wellman that recounts, in the words of a recent New York Times performance review, “a strange disappearance and what the neighbors have to say about it.”

You can CLICK HERE to hear excerpts.  

Or CLICK HERE to download the album from iTunes.


Another notable recording showcases Maestro's work as an award-winning Chorus master.  This recording of John Adam's NIXON IN CHINA features a cast of international artists and the Colorado Symphony conducted by Marin Alsop, and the Colorado Opera Chorus prepared by Douglas.

CLICK HERE to download the album from iTunes or the clip to the right to listen to an excerpt.


On his fourth residency with New England Conservatory,
Douglas conducted De Falla's passionate LA VIDA BREVE in October of 2016.  

Here is an excerpt from the concert, hailed by the Boston press as "a fiery, stylish evening for a sold-out crowd at Jordan Hall."

Here are two clips of rehearsals for the compelling Spanish Dances.

 

Here are video clips of Douglas rehearsing Britten and Beethoven.

 

Douglas Kinney Frost rehearses Britten's TURN OF THE SCREW. New England Conservatory, 2013. 'Alas' and 'Dear Sir'

 

Douglas Kinney Frost rehearses Beethoven Symphony No. 7, Op. 92, Movement I Poco sostenuto - Vivace. This is the first rehearsal of the ensemble.

Douglas Kinney Frost rehearses Britten's TURN OF THE SCREW. New England Conservatory, 2013. 'Why did you call me from my schoolroom dreams?'

Douglas Kinney Frost rehearses Beethoven Symphony No. 7, Op 92, Movement 4- Allegro con brio. This is the first rehearsal with the ensemble.