Works for Stage:

Oblivion. 2022. 70′
Opera in One Act
Libretto by John Aylward, Dante Alighieri, Book of Daniel, trans. / adapt. Aylward
Soprano, Tenor, Two Baritones, Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Electric Guitar, Electronics
publisher’s score in preparation

Angelus. 2014-18. 44′
Libretto by Multiple Authors, adapt. Aylward
Soprano, Flutes(s), Oboe, Clarinet(s), Violin, Cello, Percussion
publisher’s score in preparation

Switch. 2016. 90′
Chamber Opera in One Act
Libretto by Aylward & Multiple Authors, adapt. Aylward
Soprano, Baritone, Flute(s), Clarinet(s), Cello and Percussion
Commissioned by Le Laboratoire, Cambridge for their inaugural season

Orchestral and Large Chamber Ensemble Works:

• Celestial Forms and Stories. 2014-19. 53″
Chamber Ensemble

• Ananke. 2019. 15′
Chamber Ensemble

• Narcissus. 2018. 12′
Chamber Ensemble
Fromm Foundation Commission

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

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

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

Etesians. 2013. 10′
Flute/alto/piccolo, 2 clarinets (one doubling bass clarinet), violin, cello and piano.
For the Serge Koussevitzky Music Foundation.

Stillness and Change. 2010. 12′
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’
Soprano, violin, clarinet, cello and percussion.
Premiere: Ecce Ensemble, Matthias Pintscher, conductor.

Chamber Works For Smaller Ensembles:

Tiergarten. 2018. 12′
Soprano and contrabass.
texts by Rainer Marie Rilke.
Premiered by the Departure Duo

Arachne. 2017. 23′
iolin, viola and cello.
Premiered by Sound Energy.
Equilibrium Series. Cambridge, MA

Phaedrus. 2016. 6′
Flute and clarinet.
Premiered at the Etchings Festival. July, 2016.
Keiko Murakami, flute; Vasko Dukovski, clarinet

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

Daedalus. 2016. 9’20”
Bass flute, clarinet / bass clarinet, violin and cello.
Based on the original work for wind quintet.

Daedalus. 2014. 8’30”
Flute(s), clarinet(s), oboe, bassoon and horn.
Commissioned and premiered by The City of Tomorrow

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

Flux, Ripple, Flutter. 2013 (rev. ’15). 14′. 
Piano solo
Premiered by Nolan Pearson at Istanbul Technical University.
US Premiere by Julia Den Boer at Le Laboratoire, Cambridge.

Ephemera. 2014. 7′. 
Bass clarinet and cello.
Premiered by Vasko Dukovski and Serafim Smigelskiy.
DiMenna Center, New York, NY.

• The Undulations of Water. 2007. 5′
Flute, Cello, and Percussion (Marimba, Vibraphone and Crotales)
Premiered by the Ecce Ensemble at the American Composers’ Forum
Washington DC. April 12th, 2007.

Compulsive Loves. 2011. 9′
Alto saxophone and piano.
Commissioned by Open Space to Commemorate Milton Babbitt

Reciprocal Accord. 2010. 12″
for violin and cello.
Performed by Curtis Macomber, violin and Chris Finkel, cello

Images of Departure. 2009. 15′
Viola and piano.
Commissioned and dedicated to Mark Berger.
Premiered by Mark Berger and Ketty Nez, piano.

Verschwinden. 2007. 9′
Viola and Electronics.
Premiered by Mary Ruth Ray. Brandeis University.

Functions of Consciousness. 2006. 6′
Clarinet, violin, cello and piano.
Dedicated to The New York New Music Ensemble.

Two Postcards. 2005. 6′
Piano solo
Dedicated to and premiered by Karina Sabac.

Dragonfly. 2003. 10′
Cello and piano
Dedicated to and premiered by Joshua Gordon.
Winner of the 2008 International Society of Contemporary Music Prize.


Works with Electronics

Improvisations with Electronics