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solo accordion and audience singing, 18’
written for Nathan Koci
inspired by the ballad The Golden Vanity
premiered at Sunview Luncheonette (Brooklyn, NY), 2017


Desolation Pops
piano and strings, 30’
written for Kathleen Supové and The Rhythm Method
inspired by the poems of Jack Kerouac
premiered at The Cell Theatre, Tribeca New Music Festival (New York, NY), 2018

Excerpt (string trio version):

electric guitar quartet, 5’
written for Dither
inspired by Paul Éluard's poem and Man Ray's drawing
premiered at The Stone (New York, NY), 2015


Sleep is Shattered
concerto for electric guitar and orchestra, 20'
written for Marc Ribot
Inspired by passages from Dante's Divine Comedy
Premiere performance with Chicago Symphony Orchestra MusicNOW, 2022
Workshop readings with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Contemporaneous, 2021
How to Work with Nothing
vocal ensemble, six parts, 9'
written for Variant 6
text by Richard Maxwell, from the play People Without History
premiere recording for Princeton Sound (Princeton, NJ), 2021
Send Back My Love
Four songs for mezzo-soprano & electric guitar, 20'
written for Alicia Hall Moran
texts by J. Mae Barizo, Chris Garrecht-Williamns, Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, & Camille Rankine inspired by Duke Ellington's ballad Solitude
premiere recording at The Lewis Center for the Arts (Princeton, NJ), 2020
Ghost School
string soloist and percussion (trio or quartet), 10'
written for Soo Yeon Lyuh (haegeum) and fellows of the So Percussion Summer Institute: Johnathan Barker, Adam Clifton, & Hunter Gross
inspired by Kim Hyesoon's poem
premiered as a multimedia piece for So Percussion's day of Awesomeness, 2020
Unsuspected Violets & A Spider Sewed at Night
solo guitar, 8'
written for Louis O'Neal
inspired by Emily Dickinson's poetry and herbarium
composed in 2020
Don't Disturb My Circles
two fiddles, 12'
written for Anna Roberts-Gevalt & Cleek Schrey
inspired by the words and equations of Archimedes
premiered at The Stone (New York, NY), 2020
Slight Songs
percussion/drum set trio or quartet, 12'
written for fellows of The So Percussion Summer Institute: Ava Machado, Brendan McBride, Karl Ronneburg, & Michael Yeung
developed for Brian Chase, Shayna Dunkelman, & Ches Smith
inspired by the poetry of Stéphane Mallarmé and illustrations by Henri Matisse
premiered at Taplin Auditorium (Princeton, NJ), 2019
Nocturnal Cyclops
large ensemble, 6'
flute, bass clarinet, trumpet, trombone, drum set, mallets, electric guitar, piano, two violins, viola, cello & double bass
inspired by the poetry of Mina Loy
written for Contemporaneous
premiered at Taplin Auditorium (Princeton, NJ), 2019
solo classical guitar, 4'
inspired by Paul Éluard's poem and Man Ray's drawing
written for Benjamin Verdery and the Yale guitar department
Premiered by Rene Izquierdo at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall (New York NY), 2019
French horn, piano and track, 8'
a remix of the music of Billy Joel, in memory of Matt Marks
written for Lauren Diaz and Mila Henry
premiered at Milbank Chapel, Columbia Teacher's College (New York, NY), 2019
The Untroubled Mind
song cycle for mixed quartet, 16'
written for Anna Roberts-Gevalt (voice, fiddle), Ellen Fullman (voice, long string instrument), Theresa Wong (voice, cello), James Moore (voice, guitar)
based on texts by Agnes Martin
premiered at CoLab (Princeton, NJ), 2018

solo triple harp, 12'
inspired by the paintings of Artemesia Gentileschi
written for Claire Happel
premiered at Taplin Auditorium (Princeton, NJ), 2018
solo double bass, 7’
inspired by the art and poetry of Unica Zürn
written for James Ilgenfritz
premiered at The Stone (New York, NY), 2017
A Hemisphere in Tresses
violin duo, 10’
written for String Noise
inspired by Charle's Baudelaire's prose poem
premiered at The Church of the Advent Hope, Carnegie Hill Concert Series (New York, NY), 2015
Suspicions, Look Like & A Wish
resonator guitar and violin, 10'
inspired the poems of Gertrude Stein
written for James Moore & Andie Springer
premiered at Joe's Pub (New York, NY), 2014
Yes or No
quartet (flexible instrumentation), 7'
written for The Hands Free (guitar, violin, accordion, bass)
versions for Dither (electric guitar quartet) and The Rhythm Method (string quartet)
inspired by Paul Éluard's poem and Man Ray's drawing
premiered at ShapeShifter Lab (Brooklyn, NY), 2014