GENRE:

◻︎ All

◻︎ Chamber

◻︎ Choral

◻︎ Ensemble

◻︎ Orchestral

◼︎ Solo

◻︎ Vocal

MUSIC

AN ISLAND WE NEVER LEAVE (2019)
Flute
9 min.
An unrelenting barrage of virtuosity for solo live flute and three pre-recorded flutes, assembled using simple rudiments from folk traditions transcribed and fragmented from various well-known performances and recorded oral histories in Ireland, Japan, Norway, and Slovakia.
A LONG WHILE (2014)
Sop, Pno
15 min.
Schwanengesang for a centuries-old woman that never lived using vocal, verbal, and harmonic fragments with text freely assembled from the 583 words spoken by Hermione in William Shakespeare's final stage work, The Winter's Tale.
A PLACE TOWARD OTHER PLACES (2012)
Cl
10 min.
A spontaneous dictation — through handwritten musical transcription — of aural experiences in the San Francisco Bay area, using a palette of clarinet ornaments to inscribe the private impressions of sounds like foghorns, bird calls, and train sirens.
THROUGH GLIMPSES OF UNKNOWING (2012)
Pno
10 min.
Fragments of gestures from Ravel's piano music blurred into echoing chords using trills, tremolos, and tone clusters.
SELF PORTRAIT (WITHOUT ME) (2005)
Fl
7 min.
Vocal utterances from a now-destroyed autobiographical stage work about the memory loss that accompanies clinical depression, recorded on cassette tape and then transcribed, fragmented, and arranged for amplified flute headjoint.