FOR ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENT(S) + Electroacoustic Sound, Fixed or Interactive
|all the more my thoughts multiply (2017)
for multi-channel electroacoustic sound, shaped in real time; flutist/actor [Jane Rigler]; video, shaped in real time [Anna Weisling]; live flute diffusion [Daniel Neumann]
|FP: Cube, Moss Performing Arts Center, Blacksburg, VA, August 6, 2017.|
|Deviations from a Theme by Brahms (2014/15)
for live electronics. Collaboration with Andy Kozar.
|FP: National Opera Center, NYC, December 2014.|
|Ways to leave your hexachord (2014-15)
for trombone and multi-channel sound. Collaboration with Jay Crone.
|FP version 1: DISIS Concert, December 2014,
The CUBE, Virginia Tech. FP: version 2, for 124 ch, SEAMUS, March 26, 2015
for clarinet and fixed media. Collaboration with Marianne Gythfeldt.
|FP: SPECTRUM NYC, February 8, 2015.|
for flute and live electronics. Collaboration with Jane Rigler
|FP: Third Practice Festival, Richmond, VA, November 8, 2014.|
for fl., cl., vln., and vcl, and live electronic sound.
|FP: Tenri, April 12, 2014, Washington Sq Contemporary Players.|
Irish pipes, and processing. Collaboration with Ivan Goff. Programming by Elizabeth Hoffman.
|FP: Belfast ICMC 2008.|
string quartet, and 8-ch electroacoustic sound.
|FP: FLUX Quartet, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, Feb. 27, 2015.|
|The Elderberry Goddess (2000)
trombone/electroacoustic – Commissioned by Abbie Conant.
|FP: Vienna, October 6, 2001.|
|Manhattan Breakdown (2000)
for clarinet, cello, percussion, tape, and live electronics.
|FP: International Computer Music Conference,
Akademie der Kunst, August 29, 2000, Berlin, members of the Kammer-ensemble Neue Musik performing.ICMA Commission.
for mezzo-soprano and computer-realized sounds.
|Published Computer Music Journal CD 22/4, Winter 1998, MIT Press.|