On November 20, 2015, the violin version of Prelude 1 was premiered by violinist Pedro Gonzales Fernandez at the CNSMD de Lyon. The concert was part of the “Passerelles” project: a series of concerts sponsored by GRAME and the CNSMD to celebrate the “Année France-Corée 2015-2016”.
On December 12, 2014, violist Rah Sewon premiered the viola version of Prelude No. 1 on a solo recital at Ilshin Hall in Seoul.
On April 18, 2014 clarinetist Pete Furniss performed Richard Dudas’ Prelude No. 1 in a new, updated version for clarinet and computer at the 2014 Dialogues Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. The concert is part of the festival’s Late Lab concert series taking places at the Informatics Forum and also includes performances by Jean-François Laporte and Jess Aslan.
On May 16, 2013, pianist Oliver Kern premièred three of Dudas’ Moments Musicaux on a solo recital at Kumho Art Hall in Seoul, Korea.
On July 31, 2011, Dudas’ Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer was given its European première on the opening concert of the 2011 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) in Huddersfield, UK, by flautist Helen Whitaker.
On June 4, 2011, Dudas’ Sonata for Clarinet and Piano was given its complete North American première by clarinetist Rane Moore and pianist Hubert Ho at the Seven Cats No.2 concert at the Lilypad in Cambridge, MA. They had previously premièred the first two movements of the sonata on a concert in Berkeley, CA.
On September 5, 2010, the latest in a series of Richard Dudas’ compositions for instrument with real-time computer interaction, Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer, was premiered at the 2010 Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF), by flautist Martina Roth from the Freiburg-based Ensemble Aventure, who curated the festival’s final concert.
On May 13, 2009, Dudas’ fantasia for alto saxophone and orchestra on Korean composer Lyun Joon Kim’s Elegy was premiered by saxophonist Sam-Jong Shim and the Hanyang University Symphony Orchestra under the direction of maestro Eunsong Park at the Seoul Arts Center on a memorial concert entitled “I Will Live among the Green Hills”. The piece was requested for this occasion by Hanyang University, of which Dr. Kim was the founder.
On October 24th, Clarinetist Peter Furniss and pianist David Leiher Jones performed a concert featuring selections from their CD Time Pieces – 60 years of American music for clarinet and piano. The concert included Dudas’ Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, receiving its London première that evening.
On November 23, Richard Dudas’ Prelude No. 1 for Flute and Computer was given its Asian Première by flautist Sung-Hee Park at the first concert of the 2006 Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF), in Seoul, South Korea.
In conjunction with the festival, Dudas also presented computer music seminars at Hanyang University in Seoul and at KAIST in Daejeon.