Orchestral and Chamber Ensemble Works:

Atmospheric Tremors. 2013. 10′
For Chamber Orchestra
Commissioned by Sound Icon. Jeffrey Means, conductor

• Translucent Windows. 2012. 12′
For Wind Ensemble
Commissioned by the Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble; Eric Hewitt, Conductor.

Flight out of Mind. 2012. 30′
For Chamber Orchestra.
Commissioned by Sound Icon. Jeffrey Means, conductor

Aura. 2013. 10′
for alto saxophone solo with flute/alto/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello and piano
for the Serge Koussevitzky Music Foundation.

Stillness and Change. 2008. 12′
for flute/alto/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello and piano and percussion
Matthias Pintscher, conductor. Ecce ensemble. May 5th, 2010. Tenri Cultural Institute.

Songs from the Wild Iris. 2010. 25’
For soprano, violin, clarinet, cello and percussion.
Premiere: Ecce Ensemble, Matthias Pintscher, conductor.

Chamber Works For Smaller Ensembles:

Mercury. 2014. 8′
For violin, cello, flute and clarinet.
Premiered by the Ecce Ensemble. Yoshi Onishi, conductor.

I Saw My Life Go By in the Coyote’s Jaws. 2013. 5′
For soprano, violin, cello, oboe and clarinet.
Performed by Ecce Ensemble, Jeffrey Means, conductor.

Compulsive Loves. 2011. 9′
For alto saxophone and piano.

Images of Departure. 2009. 15′
For viola and piano.

The Undulations of Water. 2007. 5′
For Flute, Cello, and Percussion (Marimba, Vibraphone and Crotales)
Premiered by the Ecce Ensemble at the American Composers’ Forum
Washington DC. April 12th, 2007
 
Functions of Consciousness. 2006. 6′
For Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano
Dedicated to The New York New Music Ensemble
Premiere: March 18th, 2006. Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University
 
Two Postcards. 2005. 6′
For piano solo
Dedicated to Karina Sabac
Premiere: Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, November 6th, 2005
 
 • Dragonfly. 2003. 10′ For Cello and Piano
Dedicated to Joshua Gordon
International Society of Contemporary Music Prize Winner 2007
Premiere: Nov. 22nd, 2003. Joshua Gordon, cello. Shuann Chai, piano

String Quartet. 2004. 16′
Dedicated to The Lydian String Quartet
I. Risoluto
II. Adagio
Premiere: New Music Brandeis. Lydian String Quartet. Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University. November 6th, 2004

Works with Electronics

Improvisations with Electronics