solo

petal by petal (2018), 10’

(harp solo and laptop), premiered by Ben Melsky and Darcy Copeland April 2018 at Sherwood Concert Hall

what emerges from your hiding places (2017), 6’

(cello solo), premiered by Darcy Copeland October 2017 at the Jefferson Park Library

chamber ensemble

even the words that we are speaking now (2018), 8’

(soprano saxophone quartet), premiered by ~Nois saxophone quartet September 2018 at Constellation

String Quartet no. 1 (2018), 11’

(baroque string quartet), premiered by ELIXIR Baroque String Quartet July 2018 at Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity

what is dark is not always lightless (2017), 7’

(violin, cello, flute, bass clarinet, piano, percussion, and transducer speakers), performed December 2017

fleeting (2017), 5’

(english horn, cello, vibraphone, and trombone), performed February 2017 at Sherwood Music Hall

all is well, but there is a virus in my brain and it is slowly eating me alive (2016), 8’

(viola, alto flute, and harp; revised in 2018 for cello, alto flute, and harp), premiered December 2016 at Sherwood Concert Hall

...as it passes (in the stillness) (2016), 7’

(alto saxophone, piano, viola, cello, and double bass), premiered December 2016 at Sherwood Concert Hall

duo

the other tiger bares its teeth (work in progress), tbd

(bass clarinet and percussion), to be premiered by Kyle Flens and Katie Schoepflin Jimoe August 2019 at Constellation

She Holds the Sun in Her Mouth (2018), 6’

(mezzo soprano and harp), premiered April 2018 by Micah Gleason and Ben Melsky at Sherwood Concert Hall

Refraction Samples (2016), 7’

(baritone sax and piano), premiered April 2016 at Sherwood Concert Hall

Duo for violin and cello no. 1 and 2, (2016)

premiered March 2016 at Sherwood Concert Hall

large ensemble

not in silence, but restraint (2017), 10’

(concerto for horn with clarinet, flute, violin, viola, cello, double bass, and percussion), premiered May 2017 at Sherwood Concert Hall

electro-acoustic

petal by petal (2018), 10’

(harp solo and laptop), premiered by Ben Melsky and Darcy Copeland April 2018 at Sherwood Concert Hall

what is dark is not always lightless (2017), 7’

(violin, cello, flute, bass clarinet, piano, percussion, and transducer speakers), performed December 2017