I’m currently accepting commissions for ensembles of all skill levels. My rates typically vary by duration, instrumentation, deadline, and use—a multi-movement piece for orchestra is more labor-intensive than a two-minute piece for two performers. That said, I enjoy working with students, ensembles, and educators, and I’m happy to explore options if you’re on a limited budget. For more information, contact me directly at: megan[dot]dejarnett[at]gmail[dot]com. We’ll talk more about your project and work to create the right piece for you.
Please note that due to demand and my own creative schedule, I may require a six-month minimum period in which to create your piece. This varies from project to project, but I encourage you to reach out with as much advance notice as possible so we have the most flexibility as I craft you something cool.
A sampling of recent commissions:
- Pushing Back, commissioned by Spark Duo.
- LETTING GO (off the cliff), commissioned by John Pisaro.
- silhouettes, commissioned by Willis Dotson and Jared Jarvis.
- Your Mouse God is Dead, commissioned by Ian Stahl and John Pisaro.
- multitudes, commissioned by Robin and Steve DeJarnett.
- He Probably Just Likes You, commissioned by the Nash Composers’ Coalition.
- Red Light Horizon (big band version), commissioned by Julie Bounds for Santa Teresa High School.