Chamber

Please note that there is some stylistic overlap between classical, experimental, and jazz for pieces within Letters from the Aftermath (indicated with an asterisk*) and LETTING GO. In most instances, these works are not genre-specific and can be played by ensembles from either background. I have listed them on these pages based on the circumstances of their commissioning and their premieres, but to find the complete lists, visit each of the pages listed above or start from the Projects catchall.

Pieces preceded by a triangle of dots (∴) are available for purchase and awaiting their world premieres. I promise they’re lovely, and if you’re looking for something new but don’t have a commission budget, this is your way in.

2021

  • unchartedtrumpet and tape.
    Commissioned by Caitlin Krueger. (Available post-premiere)

2020

  • this is how it endsnarrator and tape. 2′
    Limited availability upon request; drop me a line.
  • this is how it startsnarrator and tape. 2′
    Limited availability upon request; drop me a line.
  • all but impossiblenarrator and tape. ~5′
    Limited availability upon request; drop me a line.
  • Sky Harbortwo voices. ~2′
    for Nick St. Croix. Limited availability upon request; drop me a line.
  • dreamer//precipicebass trombone and tape.
    for Nick St. Croix. Limited availability upon request; drop me a line.
  • Heliostrumpet and tape. 8’30”
    Commissioned by Alex Wilson.
    $25.00 PDF/$30.00 hard copy. Place an order
  • Pushing Backtrumpet, bass clarinet, and tape. 4’35”
    Commissioned by Spark Duo.
    $25.00 PDF/$30.00 hard copy. Place an order

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

An asterisk (*) denotes that the piece is part of Letters from the Aftermath, a developing body of work exploring the aftereffects of sexual assault and rape culture. For more information, click here.