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ORCHESTRAL AND LARGE ENSEMBLE
For orchestra [2222 2200 timp strings]. Duration: 10 minutes. Commissioned by Ian Carleton Schaefer and to be premiered by the Second Endings Ensemble in June of 2023.
For Sixteen Instrumentalists. Duration: 12 minutes.
Revised for full orchestra [3333 2211 timp+3 hp pno strings] in 2022 and premiered by the Juilliard Orchestra as a part of the Composition Competition winners concert on April 18, 2022.
For Youth String Orchestra. 7' Commissioned and premiered by The Three Rivers Young People's Orchestra "Symphonette" on May 28, 2022, conducted by Hannah Ishizaki.
TRAILING VOICES (2021)
For Eleven Instrumentalists. Duration: 4 minutes. Trailing Voices is a condensed arrangement of Fractured Transformations. Read and recorded by the Albany (NY) Symphony Orchestra on June 13, 2021.
For Solo String Quintet and String Orchestra. Duration: 12 minutes. Read and recorded by Kevin Zhu, Nathan Meltzer, Joshua Kail, Sterling Elliott, and Nina Bernat with the Juilliard Orchestra on May 4, 2021.
For Chamber Orchestra. 9' Premiered by the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh at the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh on September 10, 2017. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Full Orchestra. 4' Premiered by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at Heinz Hall on February 18, 2017. View a performance on the Videos page.
For Full Orchestra. 7' Read and recorded by the Boston University Tanglewood Institute's Young Artists Orchestra in 2016.
For String Octet, 4 vln, 2 vla, 2 vlc. 10' Commissioned by the Moritzburg Festival and to be written in Dresden on a Artist in Residence Grant by the Stiftung for Kunst und Musik Dresden.
For Percussion Quartet. 8' Premiered by Simon Herron, Will Hopkins, Oliver Xu, and Parker Meek on May 12, 2022.
For Clarinet and Double Bass soloists with String Trio accompaniment. 9' Commissioned by the Grace Note Farm Music Festival. To be premiered in June 2022.
For French Horn and Harp. 4' Composed for and performed by members of Ensemble Intercontemporain. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Percussion Quartet. 2' Revised in 2023 6'. Performed by Toby Grace online. Revision premiered on May 1, 2023 by Will Hopkins, Braden Vaughn, David Lee, and Aidan Gold. View the performance on the Videos
TWO MOVEMENTS (2019)
For Bass Trombone and Piano. 10The Trombonist doubles on a Baritone Trombone, if available for the second movement. Premiered by Ehren Valmé and Derek Wang in New York on November 6, 2019.
For Percussion Duo. Premiered by Colin Crandal and Nathan Coffman in Oregon on August 15, 2019. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Piano and Two Percussion. 12' Premiered by members of the Yellow Barn Young Artist Program at The Big Barn in Putney, VT on June 29, 2018. View the premiere on the Videos page or listen via Soundcloud.
For Piano Quartet. 6'Premiered by members of the Yellow Barn Young Artist Program at The Big Barn in Putney, VT on July 17, 2018.
For Ten Pianos. 3' Premiered on October 27th, 2018 at the Fort Pitt Piano Company Showroom.
For Amplified Violin, Amplified Viola, Amplified Double Bass, and Percussion. 22' Premiered by Mt. Lebanon High School Students at the Mt. Lebanon High School Annual Art Show on April 20, 2018.
For Flute, Oboe, and Clarinet in B Flat. 5' Premiered by Kamraton at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination on October 15, 2017.
Movement 2 arranged for String Orchestra and performed by Musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony as a part of a memorial for the victims of the March 2021 Atlanta shooting.
For Percussion Trio. 8' Read and Recorded by Sandbox Percussion at the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival on August 23, 2017.
For Piano Trio. 9' Commissioned by the New York City Ballet Choreographic Institute and written in collaboration with choreographer Gabrielle Lamb for a new ballet scene. Premiered in a workshop with ballet students from the School of American Ballet and Nathan Meltzer, violin, Emily Mantone, cello, and Umi Garrett, piano.
For Solo Piano. 8' Commissioned and premiered by Umi Garrett on April 8, 2022.
RESTING SPACE (2021)
For Solo Viola. 5' Commissioned and premiered by Jeremy Klein.
For Solo Snare Drum. 4' Premiered virtually by Tanner Tanyeri with choreography by Orlando Harbutt.
For Solo Violin or Arr. Solo Viola. 4' Originally written in collaboration with choreographer and performer, Ellexis Hatch. Released by Opus Illuminate in 2020 and premiered by violinist Nathan Meltzer. This piece was also featured in the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's "Front Row" series episode 3: "Finding Your Song" performed by violist Devin Moore.
For Solo Viola. 5' Premiered by Devin Moore on April 16, 2021.
For Solo Violin. 5' This piece was inspired by a painting of the same title by New York artist, Susana Aldanondo. Commissioned by the Musaics of the Bay and premiered by Nathan Meltzer online as a part of the Musaics of the Bay's "Stay-at-Home Symposium" on June 22, 2020. View premiere on the Videos page.
A FALLING UPON (2020)
For Solo Violin. 3' Premiered by Nathan Meltzer online as a part of "Music Never Sleeps NYC" on March 27, 2020.
For Solo Cello. 4'Premiered by Lydia Rhea at the Mixon Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music on January 30, 2020
For Solo Dancer. This collaborative project was workshopped and premiered by Cyrie Topete. The premiere took place as a part of National Sawdust's Blueprint Fellowship program on November 17, 2019. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Solo Double Bass. 10' Premiered by Peter Guild at Kresge Hall at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA on March 16, 2019. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Solo Violin. 3' Premiered by Hannah Ishizaki at Kresge Hall at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA on March 18, 2018. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Solo Piano. 2' Premiered by Catherine Ma at a Student Recital at the Curtis Summerfest in 2015. View the premiere on the Videos page.
For Dancer and Motion Sensor. 7' Written in collaboration with Dancer and Choreographer, Morgan Clune. Premiered at the Juilliard School on March 21, 2022, and recorded on May 4, 2022.
For Tenor Trombone and Motion Sensor. 8' Commissioned and premiered by Carlos Jiménez Fernández on May 12, 2022.
For String Quintet and Electronic Tape. 10' Premiered virtually by Kevin Zhu, Nathan Meltzer, Devin Moore, Sterling Elliott, and Nina Bernat on June 24, 2021 at St. John's in the Village, NYC.
For Baroque Flute and Electronic Tape. 7' Recorded by Ellen Sauer on June 15, 2021. View premiere recording on the Video page.
For Recorded Harpsichord and Electronic Tape. 7' Recorded by Carl Patrick Bolleia. Choreographed by Holden Cole.