Imagine a vessel sliding through the vast empty space separating our home and a distant star system fueled with only hope and antimatter. The ship’s crew sleeps peacefully while oceans of time and distance pass by…

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“Never Lose Infinite Hope” gets its title from a quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. which states: “We must accept finite disappointment but must never lose infinite hope.” It is inspired by modern resistance to dark times and hope for a bright future in spite of all of the negative events. The piece begins […]

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“Canticum Ventis” is latin for “Song of the Winds” and was composed in 2019. The inspiration for the piece is the airy nature of the instruments for which this trio was created. This work is organized in a modified rondo form that features an intermingling of pulsating rhythms and blooming flourishes. Although the tonal language […]

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This is the recording from the Parma Music Festival earlier this fall. Performed beautifully by the Musique du Bois Woodwind Quintet.

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for Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, and Piano. Performed during the Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival by Rafael Ferreira on flute, Ceylan Yagmur on clarinet, Ana Garcia on sax, and Adrian Saari on piano.

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This is the premiere performance of my work for violin, clarinet, and piano by the Firebrand Concert Series.

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This is a MIDI rendering of my thesis piece from my time at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. It is a seven movement work for alto flute, clarinet, bassoon, Horn in F, Tuba, 3 percussionists, and string quartet.

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This piece was created using the tonality diamond tuning that was a staple of the music and instruments of Harry Partch.

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