Available Pieces

Orchestral and Wind Ensemble Works
 

Tryptych: Three Apocalyptic Scenes (In Progress.)
For Contralto and Orchestra

Fragments: A concerto for violin and orchestra
(2013.) (22')
Composed for violinist Emily Peterson

Early Light  for wind ensemble (2012). (10')
Winner of the 2012 Walsum Award for excellence in composition.
Premiered 2012 by the University of Maryland Wind Orchestra.

O Pieknosci Niestworzona (O Beauty Uncreated) (2012)
Commissioned by the Mozart2003 Foundation for
the tenth anniversary of their summer festival.  
For Choir and Chamber Orchestra (8')

Symphony of Sacred Songs
*in progress*  (60')
To be premiered by the Detroit Civic Orchestra.


Storm Bells: A Concerto for Viola and Orchestra. 
Premiered by Erik Peterson of the Voxare Quartet.

Ikona for Wind Ensemble - Premiered by Illinois State University, 2010.

Via Lucis for String Orchestra.
Winner of the Cleveland Chamber Symphony's 2008 Young Composer Prize
(Premiered that same year.)

Maysong - A childrens piece commissioned
by the Canton Symphony Orchestra. Premiere Spring 2008.

My Judas Kiss for Wind Ensemble
Commissioned by the Illinois State University Wind
Symphony, Premiered April 2008.

Another Horizon for Wind Ensemble
Commissioned by the McHenry Wind Ensemble 2005.



Chamber, Solo, and Mixed Media

Metanoia - for Violoncello Octet
World Premiere: October 22, 2015
Monteverdi Conservatory of Music, Bolzano, IT.

Click here for score and information page.

The 26: for Shakuhachi & String Quartet (2014/15.) (15')
World Premiere: Kyo-Shin-An Arts and the Voxare Quartet
NYC, March 2015

O ausnijze ze mi, usnij
  (Lullaby: O Sleep for me, sleep.) (2012) (5')
 
String Quartet No.1.
 (18'.) For the Voxare Quartet, NYC. Premiered 2010. (2009/2010) (18')


String Quartet No. 2  ('20.) Written for the Kronos Quartet.  (2011) (20')
Premiered July 22, 2011, Festival of Polish Music by
the Kronos Quartet, Szymanowski Concert Hall. 


Trio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano

Trio No.1 -- "Reaching" Written for the 2007 UNL 
Chamber Music Institute. 

Vavel Fanfare for Brass Quintet.
Premiered and recorded/released in 2010 by the 
Cracow Brass Quintet

Trio No. 2 -- For Horn, Violin, and Piano. 
Commissioned by Kit Weber, premiered 3/21/10 at Detroit Orchestra Hall.

Proximities (Pn, 2 Alto Sax): Commissioned by Paul Nolen,
Premiered at the 2008 North American Saxophone Alliance 
Conference.

Whippersnapper For Saxophone Quartet

Quintet No. 1
 For Cl/Pn/Vl/Va/Vc 


Quintet No. 2 For Woodwind Quintet

Learning to Stand For the Mosaic Ensemble (2008) (Fl,Vc,Pn,Mar)

Learning to Stand (again.) For Cleveland's Five-One
Ensemble. (Fl,Cl,2Vl,Va,Tb, 2Perc,Hp,Elec-Guitar,Pn.)

A Song For Lucy (Fl,Va,Sop,Perc.) Commissioned by the 
Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 2008.

Woman, for Duduk and Electronics

Blood, Forgotten. for Solo Violin and Multimedia.
(Also available on DVD for display and peformance.)

Juggernaut for Solo Marimba

Empty Spaces Prelude for Piano

Pinecones Prelude for Piano

The Otherland Project - CD Recording of mixed media.
(Winner of the 2002 ISU Arts Tech Annual Digital Audio prize.)

Weeper on the Shore for Solo Horn

Faces for Saxophone Quartet

 

Choir and Mixed Voices

 O Sacrum Convivium - for TTBB Men's 
chorus (2013.) (3')

Dic Nobis, Maria - for SATB Chorus (2012.) (6') 

Blessed be God - For SATB Chorus (2011.)

Ave Maria - for SATB Chorus
Premiered August 2010 by the Choir of
the National Basilica in Washington, D.C.

Missa Brevis for St. Mary Magdalene
Premiered 6/26/10 at St. John Cantius Church
in Chicago, IL.

Kyrie (SSA) - Premiered by the University
of Wyoming Bel Canto Singers
 
Modlitwa Norwida (Norvid's Prayer) (SATB)

Kraju Moj (SATB)

Snow (SSAA) - Premiered by the University of
Colorado Women's Chorus



Voice

The Thomas Merton Songs  - A Song Cycle for Soprano and Chamber Sextet.

Lullaby Bass/Baritone Voice and Piano

The Luminous Mysteries
A Song Cycle For Imelda Franklin Bogue's The Life of Christ in Song Concert Series
(In progress.)

Chesterton's Carol (For Voice and Piano.  On a Christmas poem by G.K Chesterton.)