You can see and here most of my work on my YouTube channel.
18 February 2020
Chromic (prepared) [toy] piano duo, performed a concert at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, featuring a new work, “What’s on Your Mind?” for speaking piano duo of unspecified pianos, which ended up being an acoustic baby grand and a toy piano. This concert was supported by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo.
4 February 2018
This concert premiered my “glass studies,” a series of piano pieces inspired by the music of Philip Glass and my own curiosity of groovy polyrhythms. Here are some recordings from the performance.
9 June 2018
“Kalamazoo is our Hometown!” with the Merling Trio, presented by the the Bach Festival. This unusual program will feature Bach’s Italian Concerto in F Major, arranged by Adam Schumaker (mvt. I), Gene Knific (mvt. II) and Tom Knific (mvt. III), with jazz-inspired “take offs” in between each movement.
The Best Thing Ever [live performance, March 2017]
A song cycle for the millennial, written for Pierrot lunaire ensemble and soprano with amplification. Performed by new music ensemble What is Noise and soprano Jessica Louise Coe. The poetry was written by Laura Theobald and the predictive text software of her iPhone and is taken from her book, The Best Thing Ever.
piano trio no. 1 [live performance, January 2016]
Performed by Joanna Steinhauser, Ahmed Anzaldua, and David Peshlakai. Three moevements.
six inspirations for piano & little synth [live performance, January 2016]
Six movements written for solo piano, amplification, and a Casio SK-1. performed by Cassandra Kaczor.
relaxation no. 4 [live performance, January 2016]
performed by Cassandra Kaczor.
A short musical play about eating disorders and body image. Written and directed by Christine Iaderosa. Performed at Western Michigan University, School of Music.
Chapter 1, “Dear Birthday”
Chapter 2, “On the Inside”
Chapter 3, “Someday”
Chapter 4, “Clear Some Space”
Chapter 5, “Food Prison”
Chapter 6, “Behold Yourself”
More in Four
4 out of 5 tracks composed and recorded for the Kalamazoo College More in Four promotional video. The video was filmed and produced by Green Sky Creative.
Memories: A Requiem
An electronic re-imagining of Adagio for Strings for the choreography of Edgar L. Page. Produced and filmed at WMU in 2007. More information can be found here: http://www.wmich.edu/digitalmedia/projects/memories/