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A Twin Peaks Fantasy (2017)
for string quartet and piano, 15’
Audio link (preview) 
commission by the Dover Quartet and Chamber Music Northwest
preview 2017.05.30 at Le Poisson Rouge (New York, NY) 
premiere 2017.07.24 at Chamber Music Northwest (Portland, OR)


Canal Songs (2017)
for orchestra, 30’
commission by the Albany Symphony
premiere 2017.07.02 at the Erie Canal Bicentennial Celebration (Albany, NY)


Into You (2017)
for voice, electric guitar, piano, keyboard, percussion, and cello , 9’
for Invisible Anatomy
premiered 2017.02.02 at Roulette (Brooklyn, NY)
performed 2017.03.03 at Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, MI)


AWFUL EVENT! or The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln as Interpreted by the Unseen Internal Organs of His Wife (2016)
musical for six actors and five musicians, 70’
text by Kate Tarker, directed by Dustin Wills
premiered 2016.06.24 at Ars Nova’s ANT Fest (New York, NY)


In Common (2016)
for e-flat clarinet and piano, 7’
commission by Copland House
premiered 2016.06.12 at the Merestead Estate (Mount Kisco, NY)


Small Talk (2016)
for orchestra, 6’
commission by Yale Symphony Orchestra
performed 2016.04.21 at Carnegie Hall (New York, NY)
to be performed 2017.11.10 at Orchestra Hall (Minneapolis, MN) by Minnesota Orchestra


A Demonstration (2016)
for voice, piano 4-hands, 3 players inside of the piano, 8’
text adapted from Leonardo da Vinci
for Invisible Anatomy
premiered 2015.01.28 at National Sawdust (Brooklyn, NY)


Once Five Years Pass (2015)
opera-theater for eight actor/musicians and piano, 90’
text by Federico García Lorca, translated and directed by Dustin Wills
premiered 2015.08.16 at Williamstown Theatre Festival (Williamstown, MA)


Teeth (2015)
psychodrama for voice, electric guitar, 2 pianos, percussion, cello, and bass, 15’
for Invisible Anatomy
performed 2015.05.31 at Beijing Modern Music Festival (Beijing, China)


Contact and Advance (2014)
for string sextet, 5’
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commission by Chamber Music Northwest, for BodyVox Dance Company
premiered 2014.07.04 at PSU’s Lincoln Recital Hall (Portland, OR) by Dover Quartet with Paul Neubauer, Peter Wiley
performed 2016.11.03 at University of Nevada’s Nightingale Concert Hall (Reno, NV) by Amphion Quartet


so we must make the journey around the world (2014)
for female choir, 6’
commission by Lorelei Ensemble (Boston, MA)
premiered 2014.05.23 at Memorial Church (Cambridge, MA)


nightingale + rose (2013)
for soprano solo, mixed choir, and ensemble, 18’
commission by John & Astrid Baumgardner
premiered 2013.08.21 at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (Norfolk, CT)


Letter (2013)
for mixed choir, 4’
commission by the Yale Glee Club/ Yale-China Association
premiered 2013.06.03 at St. John’s Cathedral (Hong Kong)


Frau Trude (2013)
chamber opera, 10’
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commission by the Center City Opera Theater (Philadelphia, PA)
premiered 2013.03.21 at the Prince Music Theater (Philadelphia, PA) 


My reflection ran away with my eyes (2012)
for orchestra, 9’
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premiered 2012.12.06 at Yale University’s Woolsey Hall (New Haven, CT) by the Yale Philharmonia
performed 2013.07.31 at Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium (Santa Cruz, CA) by the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra
performed 2015.10.06 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center (Nashville, TN) by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra


the vast unbuilt abscesses of our [void] energy future (2012)
for two guitars, 13’
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premiered 2012.04.01 at Yale University’s Sprague Hall (New Haven, CT) by Graham Banfield and Alan Kulka
performed 2014.08.29 at Mama Fish (Los Angeles, CA) by Cameron O’Connor and Wenjun Qi
performed 2017.04.30 at National Sawdust (Brooklyn, NY) by Gulli Björnsson and Jiji Kim 


Cereal Composition (2011)
for organ, 10’
commission by Raymond Nagem
premiered 2012.05.08 at the Church of St. John the Divine (New York, NY) by Raymond Nagem


Songs of Sorrow and Solitude (2007)
for soprano and piano , 20’
text by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
performed 2015.06.15 at Victoria and Albert Museum (London, UK) by Lauren Libaw and Lucie Troger
performed 2016.05.29 at Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room (London, UK) by Lauren Libaw and Daniel Schlosberg