A short piece written for a mixed quartet in commemoration of the 9/11 Attacks. Performed as part of the New York Chamber Music Festival on September 11, 2010.
A short fugue in a jumpy jig style.
A fugue based on an atonal subject.
Based on the Hymn “Kingsfold” transcribed by Ralph Vaughan-Williams. Read by “Space Lab”, the resident Woodwind Quintet of The Juilliard School.
Written for a fellow student at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts. Performed by members of the New York Youth Symphony Chamber Music program.
A short fanfare for brass quartet. Originally written for the Bloomingdale School of Music‘s impromptu brass quartet.
A piece featuring the viola, the instrument of a fellow student of mine, once upon a time.
A flute sonata written for Vinicio Haro. In the traditional four-movement structure, the piece takes unexpected and eclectic turns as the piece moves on. The music ranges from “classical” sonata material to atonal scherzos to ridiculous musical quotations. Performed by Vinicio Haro and Katy Luo in April 2008.
A fast and wild concert piece for trombone and piano. The outer sections emphasize mixed and irregular meters while the middle section is jazzy.
An experimental piece inspied by Reich’s “Clapping Music”. Two sets of antiphonal Timpani offset a rhythm by various degrees; the phasing between the rhythms is heard as a result.