Orchestra/Large Ensemble

reeling (2017)
Sinfonietta, 7.5'.
1.0.1(dbl b. cl.).0 - - perc - pno - strings.
Commissioned by the Chicago Symphony's Civic Composers Project.  Premiered by the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, conducted by Michael Lewanski, at Symphony Center, May 2017.

gather (2017)
Full Orchestra, 9'.
2(dbl picc.).2.2(dbl b. cl.).2 - - timp+2perc - pno - hp - strings.
Premiered by the University of MIchigan Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jotaro Nakano, at Hill Auditorium, Ann, Arbor, MI, February 2017.

tell me how (2016)
Counter-tenor, tenor, and sinfonietta, 9'.
1.1.1(dbl b. cl.).0 - - pno - perc - strings.
Premiered by Andrew Lipian, counter-tenor, Joshua Lovell, tenor, and Kevin Fitzgerald, conductor of AEPEX Contemporary Performance at University of Michigan, November 2016.

to remember is always forgetting (2013)  
Full orchestra, 5.5’.
2(dbl picc.).2.2.2 - - timp+2perc - pno - hp - strings.
Reading by Yale Symphony Orchestra, with Toshiyuki Shimada (conductor), November 2013.


Blood will have Blood (2013)
Five singers, string quartet, flute, harp, and live electronics, 35’
Commissioned by the Opera Theatre of Yale College and "Shakespeare at Yale."
Premiered by Opera Theatre of Yale college with Baldwin Giang (conductor) at Yale University, April 2013.

Small Ensemble

breathe...blow...break (2016)
SATB saxophone quartet, 9'. 
Commissioned and premiered by the Adamas Quartet at Midwest Composers' Symposium, University of Iowa, November 2016.

WAVE (2016)
Bass flute and electric guitar, 6.5'.  
Commissioned by the highSCORE festival.  Premiered by unassisted fold in Pavia, Italy, August 2016.

I desired my dust to be mingled with yours (2016)
Alto flute and cello, 5'. 
Commissioned by the studios of Richard Aaron and Amy Porter. 
Premiered by Merryl Monard (alto flute) and Leo Singer (cello) at University of Michigan, April 2016. 

we are afraid because we run (2014) 
String quartet. 8.5'
Commissioned by New Music on the Point. 
Premiered by Ari Streisfeld, John Pickford Richards, Adrianne Pope, and Zan Berry, June 2014.
Subsequent performances: Arditti quartet at June in Buffalo, June 2016; JACK quartet at University of Michigan, March 2016.

Two Moving Portraits (2012)
Flute, clarinet, violin, cello, double-bass and mallet percussion, 16’.
Commissioned and performed by the Atlantic Music Festival Contemporary Ensemble, August 2012.

For the Flower Lady (2012)
Flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano, 6’.
Premiered by the Argento Ensemble at Beinecke Library, Yale University, February 2012.

Divertimento (2011)
Violin and piano, 8’.
Premiered by Alex Vourtsanis (violin) and Baldwin Giang (piano) at Yale University, April 2011.


i want you to be (2016)
Cello and live electronics, 12'.
Premiered by T.J. Borden of the [~Switch Ensemble] at Valencia International Performance Academy, Spain, July 2016.
Subsequent Performance by Zan Berry at Bang on a Can Summer Festival, Mass MOCA, July 2016.

light is the diamond (2015-2016)
Alto Saxophone, 8'
Commissioned and premiered by Jeffrey Leung at the North American Saxophone Alliance Conference in Lubbock Texas, March 2016.

Dissolve (2014)
Piano and live electronics, 5’ 
Premiered by Baldwin Giang at Calhoun Cabaret, Yale University, April 2014.


don't be so overly dramatic, chuck (2017)
Mezzo-soprano and english horn, 9'. 
Commissioned and premiered by So Much Hot Air at University of Pennsylvania, November 2017.

A Body is My Temple (2012)
Mezzo-soprano and interactive electronics, 8’ 
Premiered by Jennifer Beattie (mezzo-soprano) and Baldwin Giang (electronics) at Beinecke Library, Yale University, November 2012. 

After Long Silence (2011)
Mezzo-soprano and piano, 4.5’. Text by W.B. Yeats.
Premiered by Jennifer Beattie (mezzo-soprano) and Adam Marks (piano) at Beinecke Library, Yale University, February 2011.

Electronic and Intermedia Projects

[enclosures] (2017)
Intermedia Installation

falling in love with a sentence (2016)
Sound-Art Installation

Gesture-Controlled Water Glass (2016)
Interactive Performance System.

Tug That Timbre (2015)
Interactive Game.