A solo work for B-flat clarinet composed on commission as an exploration of the altissimo register.
A setting for bass voice and vibraphone of the first stanza of William Blake’s poem entitled "Auguries of
Two Dances…of sorts was written on commission for Jason Laczkoski and Nicholaus Meyers. The idea behind the composition was to create a work based on two historical dance styles, loosely
Yet Do I Fear Thy Nature, both in title and inspiration, is drawn from a defining line in the famous monologue by Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare's Macbeth. She doubts her son’s ability to claim