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Chamber Music (4-9 players)

Lung Slag - for string quartet - 8 minutes

         Written for the JACK quartet

Stone Stomach - for string quartet - 12 minutes

         Written for the Partch Quartet

The Death of Cleopatra - flutes, clarients, soprano, violin, cello - 12 minutes

         Written for/commissioned by Kamraton

Horses of Tralfamadore, or that Horse from Dresden - woodwind quintet - 5 minutes

          Written for the Wild Prairie Winds

Tokyo Shift Response - for flute, clarinet, soprano, violin, and cello - 20 minutes

          Written for and dedicated to Kamraton

          Upcoming premiere, November 8, 2020; 7pm

Cheat Sadness, Enjoy Suffering - for flute, clarinet, guitar, quartertone piano, quartertone accordion, violin, cello (December 2019) - 10 minutes

            Written for MikroEnsemble

            Premiered at Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival at University of Pittsburgh, Feb. 29 2020

Tokyo Shift Responses: Shards (flutes, clarinets, percussion, soprano, violin) – 6 minutes

          Written for TAK Ensemble

          Upcoming Premiere at Bellefield Hall at the University of Pittsburgh, PA Jan., 25th 2020

Two Animal Postcards - woodwind quintet (October 2019) - 2 minutes

           Written for the District 5 Quintet

           Upcoming Premiere Winter 2020

Tokeru Reibo - for four flutes (all doubling piccolo) (July 2018) - ca. 15 minutes

           Dedicated to Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer

           Upcoming Premiere at Oh My Ears! 6th Festival - February 3, 2019 - Phoenix, AZ

Blood on the Pavement 1984  - Bb clarinet (double bass clarinet), grand piano, violin, viola, cello (January 2018) - 10 min

         Premiered 9 February 2018 - performed by NAT28 - Kelly Strayhorn Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

Drei Sätzen  - baritone voice, trumpet in c, trombone, bass clarinet (December 2017) - ca. 4 min

Self Portrait  - solo 1.8 shakuhachi, string piano, prepared string trio (October 2016) - ca. 9-10min

        Premiered 4 November 2016, Scholes Street Studio, Brooklyn NY

        Adam Robinson (Shakuhachi), Humay Gasimzade (piano), Allyson Clare (viola), Brian Sanders (violoncello), Emilio Guarino (contrabass)


Deconstructed – woodwind quintet  (June 2015) – 9 min

        Written for the Imani Woodwinds Chamber Music Festival, Summer 2015

        Premiered by Delara Hashemi (flute), Kailin Eskander (oboe), John Antisz (clarinet), Bryn Coveney (horn), Anna Fitzgerald (bassoon), June 14, 2015, Mannes           College, NY

180 in 3 for 5 for oboe, horn in F, violin, viola, cello (March 2015) – 4 min

         Premiered by Owen Davitt (oboe), Matt Searing (horn), Robert Radliff (violin), Ivan Mendoza (viola), Kevin High (cello),     May 10, 2015– Montclair State                    University, Montclair, NJ

Löwenmusik  – bass quartet (Feb. 2015) – 3 min

         Commissioned by Kara Camille Delonas

         Premiered by Kara Camille Delonas, Greg Warren, Zachery Merkowsky, Zach Prezant, April 26, 2015, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

Krev//Sanglots – bass clarinet, three percussionists, piano, violoncello, contrabass (Nov. 2014) – 8 min

          Written for Gleb Kanasevich

          Premiered by Gleb Kanasevich (solo bass clarinet) and members of Montclair State University Orchestra and Devon Osamu Tipp (conductor), Feb. 28,                     2015, Montclair State University, NJ

Extremities – flute, violin, accordion, piano (March 2014/ rev. Dec. 2014) – 6 min

         Written for Keys, Winds and Strings

         Premiered by Solomiya Moroz (flute), Ilana Waniuk (violin), Olivia Steimal (accordion), Cheryl Duvall (piano), July 25, 2014-  La Pantographe, Moutier,                      Switzerland

for Dean Drummond – any grand staff instrument, or cohort of related instruments (April 2013) – 4 min

        for any of the follow instruments: Cristal Baschet, glass harmonica, piano, marimba, accordion, organ, low flute choir, viol consort, or string quartet

        Premiered by Alan Buxbaum (marimba), April 26, 2013, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

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