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Vocal & Choral



Premiered by the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble at NUNC 3, April 22, 2018.

For vocal ensemble SATB with divisi (2017)

Circling The Sky

Text by Bree Aikens.

Premiered by Liza Sobel and Mabel Kwan at Northwestern University, November 12, 2019.

For soprano and piano (2016/2019)


Text by H.D (with permission from New Directions publishing).

Premiered by the San Francisco Choral Artists, March 2017.

Winner of the San Francisco Choral Artists New Voices Project.

For SATB choir with divisi (2012/2016).

In Trutina

Text from the Carmina Burana. Premiered by members of the New York Virtuoso Singers at Wesleyan University, May 1, 2015.

For choir SATB (2011).

Is it nothing

Text by Denise Levertov and the Book of Lamentations.

Commissioned and premiered by Khorimos with Charlotte Greve, November 12, 2023.

For choir and optional improvising soloists (2023)


Text by Evgenia Emets. Premiered by Evgenia Emets, Kate Smith, Uran Apak, and Mārtiņš Baumanis with Analema Group at the Baltic Art Form, London, May 4, 2016.

For voices and live electronics and audience (2016).


Premiered by Ben Zucker, Michael Baldwin, David Pocknee, and Louis d'Heudieres at Weisslich, Hundred Years Gallery, London, July 23, 2016. Studio version by Ben Zucker released on o ur gab.

Performed by Black Sheep Ensemble (Boston, November 2018) and Southland Ensemble (Los Angeles, February 2019).

For speakers (2016)

Semiramide riconosciuta (an archaeology)

Text by Laura Roth and historical sources

Commissioned and premiered by Jacqueline Kerns at Northwestern University, April 20, 2019.

Additional performance by Sharon Campbell, 2022 UNK New Music Festival.

For voice and optional tape (2019)

Signs Of Cold

Premiered by the Melos Vocal Ensemble at the 2017 Festivalis Druskomanija, Liskiava, Lithuania.

For 3/4 voices, with sleigh bells and branch (2015/2017).

Time Passes

Text by Virginia Woolf (from To The Lighthouse). Premiered by the Bienen Contemporary Vocal Ensemble at the Northwestern University New Music Conference, November 8, 2015.

Winner of the C4 Collective Student Composition Competition, Graduate Division.

For STAB choir with divisi (2014)

Triptych, Early 2018

Commissioned and premiered by the Constellation Men's Ensemble, May 2018.

For 8 men's voices (2018)

Two Poems By Carl Andre

I. Sea ~ II. Yucatan/A Hocket For Ana Mendieta

Texts based on works by Carl Andre. Premiered by members of the New York Virtuoso Singers at Wesleyan University, May 1, 2015.

Performed by the Vocal Constructivists as part of Idiopreneurial Entrophonics at Trinity College Dublin, April 24, 2016.

For four voices (2015)

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