Chase The Wind (arr. 2009)
String quintet (or string orchestra) & piano (or marimba)
Premiered July 31, 2009 by the Conductor's Institute Chamber Ensemble at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, the composer conducting
String Quartet No. 1 "Brevis et dulce" (2009)
Duration: c. 8'
String Quartet No. 2 "Dance Suite" (2011)
Duration: c. 12'
String Quartet No. 3 "l'Ode au Vermont" (2012)
Duration: c. 17'
First reading August 2012 by Ethan Wood, Jesse Irons, violins; Emily Rome, viola; Michael Unterman, cello, in Montpelier, Vermont
Three Miniatures for String Trio (2014)
Violin, viola, cello
Premiered September 9, 2021 by Gregor Kitzis, violin; Artie Dibble, viola; Molly Aronson, cello, at the Little Church Around the Corner, New York City
Chamber Ensemble Music
Carmina solis et lunae (2017)
Violin, viola, bass (or cello)
Premiered August 10, 2017 by Holly Mulcahy - violin, Anna Kruger - viola, Rick Barber - bass at the Wyoming Festival-New Music in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park
Dappled light 'mid mountains gleams (2017)
Duration: c. 5'
Premiered December 2017 as a saxophone quartet by Sean Mix, Bennett Parsons, Morgan Smallwood and Andy Wilds at the Lilypad in Cambridge, Massachussetts
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Mirror, Mirror (2020) NEW!
Violin and cello
Commissioned in Septmeber 2020 by Dan Qiao and Carolyn Regula for the Mirror 2 Mirror recording project. To be recorded in 2022.
DUETS (Click on scores to view)
QUINTETS (or more)
224 Slices of pi (2015)
Duration: c. 6'
Premiered June 19, 2015 by Chris Schelb, flute; Hannah Mayer, cello; Andrea Lodge, piano; Ryan Patterson, percussion, at the 2015 nief-norf Summer Festival for Contemporary Music in Knoxville, Tennessee
Recorded LIVE at Christ & St. Stephen's Church in New York City on a concert of NACUSA, performed by Anna Elashvili, violin; Jessica Meyer, viola; Caleb van der Swaagh, cello.
Something More (2016)
Violin, cello, piano
Duration: c. 6'
Premiered as a sextet (oboe, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, percussion) June 14, 2019 by the American Modern Ensemble conducted by Alfonso Piacentini at the Mostly Modern Festival, Saratoga Springs, New York.
Awarded 3rd Place in the 2020 American Prize for Excellence in Composition.