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A Reconsideration Of Jarred Light

Premiered by Maria Kouznetsova (piano), Justin Massey (saxophone), and Ben Zucker (assistant) at the 2017 Montreal Contemporary Music Lab.

For soprano saxophone, piano, and assistant with objects and live electronics (2017)

Are we hardly (vibraphone trio)

Premiered by Ben Zucker, Jakob Heinemann, and Daniel Lewis as part of Frequency Series (Constellation, Chicago), October 9, 2022.

For flexible trio, with optional electronics (2022)

Ariadne Songs

Performed by Ben Zucker (vibraphone), Siri Carr (violin), Dina Maccabee (violin), Ali Felman (viola), Vivian Deng (cello) at Ben Zucker's senior recital, March 5, 2015.

For vibraphone & string quartet (2015).


Performed by the CSU Long Beach New Music Ensemble.

Written for the International Symposium On The Fiction Of Julio Cortazar; March 21, 2014.

For clarinet, violin, cello, and vibraphone (2013)


Premiered by the Wesleyan F-Holes; April 2014.

Additional performance by the Central Michigan University New Music Ensemble; December 7, 2014.

For six instruments (2012/2014).


Written for and premiered by Ensemble Dal Niente at Northwestern University, March 11, 2020.

Performed by members of Ostrava Banda at the Ostrava New Music Days 2021 (radio broadcast).

For prepared ensemble of alto flute, bass clarinet, harp, violin, cello (2020)

Fifth Season

Performed by Ben Zucker (vibraphone), Josh Davidoff (clarinet), Angus Macdonald (guitar), Ron Shalom (bass), Tobias Frohnhofer (drums) at Ben Zucker's senior recital, March 5, 2015.

Recorded version with Ben Zucker (vibraphone), Mabel Kwan (piano), Eli Namay (bass), Adam Shead (drums) on Fifth Season (Amalgam Records).

Prose scores for improvising ensemble (2013/2015).

Great American Scrapbook

Graphic score collage of Real Book fragments.

Workshopped at Atlantic Center For The Arts, June 2016. Premiered at Center For New Music & Audio Technology, Berkeley, May 1, 2017.

Open ensemble of 5 or 8 players (2016-2018).


Workshopped by the Distractfold Ensemble at Brunel University, May 24, 2016.

For violin, viola, cello, electric guitar, and live electronics.

In Sincerity, Devices Come To Outsecure.

Premiered by Spektral Quartet, March 2021.

Finalist for the 2019 Mivos/Kanter Prize.

For string quartet (2019/2021).


Premiered by Tre Voci at Brunel University, October 13, 2015.

Further performances by Krankwerk (New Music Chicago Presents, July 2023), Missing Piece (October 2023).

For three instruments.

Massumi Distributions (for 5)

Peremiered by The _____ Experiment at the 2023 Impromptu Fest (October 14, 2023, at Elastic Arts, Chicago, IL).

Five performers (2022)

Objectstinate (I & II)

Workshopped by Apartment House at Brunel University, January 2016.

Premiered by Entropy Ensemble at I'Klectik Art Lab, London, August 3 2016.

Winner of the SCI Student Call for Scores, 2021.

For flute, tenor sax, violin, and double bass.


Premiered by members of the Northwestern University saxophone studio, May 2023.

For four instruments (2022).

Raving Pitch & Dust

Premiered by Ensemble Mobile at the Teatro da Reitoria, Centro-Curitiba, Brazil, August 22, 2017.

Commissioned by Nucelo Musica Nova as part of their Collaborations Project.

For violin, cello, acoustic guitar, and live electronics (2017)


Premiered November 27, 2017, by Ben Zucker (vibraphone), Ben Roidl-Ward (bassoon), and Noah Jenkins (violin) at the Northwestern University Fall Composers Concert.

Featured on Score Follower's Mediated Scores channel.

Additional peformances by Prague Quiet Music Collective, Codex Trio (2023 Impromptu Fest).

For flexible instrumentation (2017)


Premiered by Ben Zucker, Jeff Kimmel, Beth MacDonald, and Riley Leitch at Constellation (Chicago), October 9, 2022.

For 4 instruments (2018-2022)


Premiered by the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players as part of the Lou Harrison Centenary, April 22, 2017.

Winner of the SFCMP SF Search Call For Scores.

For bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano (2016)

Testimonies, Flaming Pasts

Premiered by the Mivos Quartet at the VIPA Festival, July 14, 2016, 

Conservatorio Superior Música Valencia “Joaquín Rodrigo”, Valencia, Spain.

For vocalizing string quartet and live electronics (2016)

The Golden Age Cannot Be Picked Up

Premiered by the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet at Chapman University, Orange, CA, January 31, 2017.

Commissioned by the LAPQ as part of their Next Wave Composers' Initiative.

Further Performance at New Music on The Bayou, June 2021.

For percussion quartet and fixed media (2016).



For saxophone quartet (2022)


Premiered by Third Coast Percussion at Northwestern University, March 1, 2022.

Performed by Kevin Von Kampen and the University of South Florida percussion studio at CAMP 2023 (Saint Petersburg, FL).

For mallet quartet and fixed media (2022).


Version for flute/celesta/viola premiered February 18, 2020 by Sophie Lanthier (flute, claps), Caleb Paxton (viola), and Ben Zucker (celesta) at Northwestern University.

For oboe, celesta, marimba (2015), arranged for flute, celesta, viola (2019), arranged for flute and piano (2019).

Chamber Ensembles

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