Rhapsody for violin and orchestra

This work was premiered in Lviv, Ukraine, 5 November 2016. It received its first American performance 11-13 October 2018 by the Louisville Orchestra, Teddy Abrams, conductor, with Robert Simonds, violin

Black Water – stage premiere (Part 2-5)

On April 29, 2016, the Center for Contemporary Opera presented the stage premiere of Black Water as a part of a sold-out double bill in the Thalia Theater at New York City’s Symphony Space.

Requiem and Kyrie (for the fallen)

Composed in 2015, this work for choir and string orchestra received its world premiere on 10 May at SACRARIUM 2015 in Lviv, Ukraine, with the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra and Galician Academic Chamber Choir, Ferdinando Nazzaro, conductor.

Nightlife for four pianos

Pianissimo! performing the Chicago Premiere of “Nightlife” for four pianos.

Star Dance for piano and percussion

Synchronicity, featuring Garah Landes (piano) and Gregory Landes (percussion) premiered this composition on 27 April 2015 at Christ & St. Stephen’s Church in New York City.

Piano Quintet

My revised “Piano Quintet” was a finalist in the 2016 Bruno Maderna Composers Competition. This performance took place on July 30, 2016, in Lviv, Ukraine.

Symphony for Strings

On 26 February 2018 “Symphony for Strings” was given its world premiere by the Lviv Philharmonic Society, Ferdinando Nazzaro, conductor, in Lviv, Ukraine. This work was awarded Third Prize in the Society’s international Music Composers’ Competition 2018, MUSICA PER ARCHI.

Agnus Dei for men’s chorus and string orchestra

This work was premiered in Lviv, Ukraine, 29 October 2016.

Sinfonietta for string orchestra, mvt. I

The Chamber Orchestra of Boston – David Feltner, artistic director.
New England Conservatory, Jordan Hall, Boston – March 2, 2007

Black Water for soprano & piano (Part II-2, 3)

This excerpt features Karen Fitz-Gibbon, soprano, and Julie Sargeant, piano,
in the Co-Opera production of the Australian premiere at the Adelaide
Fringe Festival, 2 March 2012.

“[S]ensational … “Black Water” proved a brilliant vehicle for Canberra
soprano Karen Fitz-Gibbon.” – Helen Musa (CityNews.com.au)

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