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As The Eye Cannot See Itself
for SSAATTBB choir and viola
Carl Jung's concept of the contrassexual soul is the inherent and unconscious masculinity of a woman and the inherent and unconscious femininity of a man. This piece takes inspiration from this concept to explore the ambiguity, unity, and beautifully contradictory nature of gender and sexuality.
That's Not a Dandelion
for two sopranos
This piece is about yellow flowers that look like dandelions but are not dandelions. It uses a technique of musical mutualism called hocket as well as improvisation.
2021. Premiered by Peridot Duo, composed for Wildflower Composers Festival.
Above We Are Many; Below We Are One
for solo bass clarinet
Groves of aspen trees can have a whole forest of separate trunks but they are united by a single root system. This piece is an assertion: If we learn to feel that our roots are connected, we too will survive wildfires.
2020. Premiered by Kathryn Ladano, and Commissioned by NUMUS Concerts.
for solo vibraphone
The title is inspired by a related quote about the accessibility of solo percussion music by percussionist Steven Schick: “there’s not a Stradivarius frying pan.”
2020. Premiered by Clara Warnaar, composed for Wildflower Composers Festival.
for orchestra, SATB choir, and Erso
This is the arrangement and orchestration of a song by eco songwriter duo Erso, that explores environmental destruction through the metaphor of the Earth as a body.
2020. Premiered by Waterloo Chamber Players, Waterloo Teachers Choir, and Erso. Commissioned by Waterloo Chamber Players.