-new work- for five keyboards
for Mabel Kwan and friends; 2020.
-new work- for violin and piano
Commissioned by the Fromm Music Foundation, for Duo Diorama; 2019.
-new work- for harp and percussion
Commissioned by Ben Melsky and Kyle Flens, Ensemble Dal Niente; 2019.
(ghosts) behind articulation (2018)
Commissioned by Amici per la Musica—Luigi Nono International Competition, for Yu-Ting Mabel Huang.
the voice carves its line (2018)
acousmatic work (four-channel playback)
Commissioned by the International Symposium of New Music, for the microFOLIA CD release.
through thoughts of a different kind (2018)
for 16 musicians.
Commissioned by the Missou International Composers Festival, for Alarm Will Sound.
suggested affinities (2018)
concerto for piano and synthesizer, with chamber ensemble of 13 players.
Spring 2018. Dissertation work – Ensemble Dal Niente, University of Chicago
between spaces (2017)
solo vibraphone, spatialized percussion ensemble, and electronics.
Commissioned by the Logan Center for the Arts (5th anniversary celebration), for John Corkill, and University of Chicago Percussion Ensemble.
speak through speaking (2017)
saxophone (alto), accordion (bayan) and contrabass
Written for POING, Time of Music Festival, Viitasaari, Finland.
murmurations II (2017)
03/30/2017, premiered by Imani Winds, University of Chicago
étude n° 4, and 5 (2016)
piano and synthesizer
duration: 3' and 5'
Ear Taxi Festival, Chicago Cultural Center.
six musicians (fl, cl, vln, vc, pno, perc) + electronics.
Commissioned by the Valencia International Performance Academy (2016), for the [Switch~ Ensemble].
duo for vibraphone and synthesizer
Commissioned by Christopher Clarino, and performed at the UCSD Springfest 16.
murmurations I [epigone] (2016)
cello and accordion.
Commissioned by Maciej Frąckiewicz.
(to possess) other ears (2015)
three percussionists, iPhones and bluetooth speakers
commissioned by Beyond This Point Percussion Ensemble, and performed on the Chicago CTA.
leaf II, for Shulamit Ran (2015)
For the Album Leaf concert, celebrating the retirement of Shulamit Ran. Performed by Amy Briggs.
two two (2015)
octet (fl, ob, cl, vla, vc, cb, pno, perc).
Written for Ensemble Intercontemporain.
étude n° 1, 2, and 3 (2015)
piano and synthesizer (single pianist)
For Winston Choi.
soprano, flute and piano.
Written for the Ritsos Project.
ploy, pivot (2014)
chamber orchestra (32 players)
quiet rooms (2014)
septet (fl, cl, vln, vc, pno, perc).
Written for Eighth Blackbird.
memory, memorialization – o urubú e o gavião (2013)
duo for violin and viola.
Written for Austin Wulliman and Doyle Armbrust from the Spektral Quartet.
centripetal paths (2012)
duo for alto flute and Bb clarinet.
For Cory Tiffin and Emma Gerstein.
… of cities and eyes (2012)
sextet (fl, cl, vln, vc, pno, perc)
Commissioned by the turnEnsemble.
Premiered at the Brevard Music Center.
…of which of a wind (2012)
flute, viola, and harp.
Performed at the Brevard Music Center.
Two Inventions (2012)
for nine instruments (fl, ob, cl, vln, vla, vc, pno, hp, perc)
Commissioned by Ossia New Music, Eastman School of Music.
of cities and memory (2011)
for sinfonietta ensemble (16 players).
11/21/2011, performed by the Eastman Composers' Sinfonietta, Eastman School of Music.
Two memory pieces (2011)
piano and live electronics.
04/2011, performed by Igor Santos at the Eastman School of Music Computer Music concert.
07/2011, performed at The American Art Schools of Fontainebleau.
concertino for solo piano and percussion ensemble.
Commissioned and performed by the University of South Florida Percussion Ensemble.
Three etudes (2010)
orchestra, piano obbligato, and electronic playback.
Performed by the University of South Florida Symphony Orchestra.
Electronic Essay #14 (2009)
violin and electronic playback.
Commissioned by Amanda Raber and performed at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Réveil des Graines (2009)
solo piano and orchestra.
Eta Carinae (2009)
Performance with The Florida Orchestra.
Two Poems by Manuel Bandeira (2008)
soprano and piano.
For Mariette Morel-Wilson and Allan Armstrong.