Complete list of works

Large Ensemble

 

 

Blumenwiese - for orchestra - 10’

Composed 2019

Scarlet Crimson Carmine - for orchestra – 5’

Premiered Jan. 2019, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, directed by Gary Kulesha, 2019 Explore the Score

 

Ouverture de Lucrèce - for orchestra (rev. 2016) – 8’30”

Premiered Oct. 2013, Orchestre de l’Université de Montréal, directed by Jean-François Rivest. Revised and recorded by the National Youth Orchestra, 2016

Scarlet Crimson Carmine - for 11 strings – 5’

Premiered Feb. 2016, Ensemble Arkea (Montréal), directed by Dina Gilbert

 

Cold was the night - hard was the ground, for 15 instruments – 6’30”                      

Premiered Jan. 2014, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, directed by Lorraine Vaillancourt

 

Antiphon - for flute and gamelan ensemble – 7’ 

2011-13, Premiered April 2013, Sean Clarke and Université de Montréal Gamelan Ensemble, directed by I Dewa Made Suparta

 

Chaconne - for string orchestra – 5’                

Premiered Feb. 2012, Ensemble Arkea (Montréal), directed by Dina Gilbert

 

Overture in C - for orchestra – 8’                                

Premiered Jan. 2011, Orchestre de l’Université de Montréal

 

Sinfonia - for chamber orchestra – 16’                         

Composed 2009-10, Calgary, AB

 

Déploration - for 13 solo strings and harpsichord – 20’

Composed 2006, Manchester, England

 

New World Mass - for chamber orchestra – 6’

Performed Jan. 2005, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra

 

 

Chamber Ensemble

 

Blumenwiese - for flute & harp – 11’

Commissioned by Project Iso (Jeffrey Stonehouse & Robin Best, Montréal). Premiered in Ottawa & Montréal, 2018.

 

Delirium Nocturnum - for fl, vn, vc, & pn – 15’

Commissioned by Land’s End Ensemble and guest flutist Robert Aitken. Premiered in Calgary & Toronto, 2018.

 

The Rose - for viola/voice and piano – 13’

Commissioned and recorded by Margaret Carey for her Centrediscs/Naxos album, to be released Spring 2019.

 

Through A Glass, Darkly - for flute, clarinet, trombone, violin, bass, and piano – 6’30”

Premiered by Ensemble Mise-En (New York) directed by Moon Young Ha, Red Note New Music Festival, Illinois State University, 2016

Performed by Timepoint Ensemble, Calgary, 2018 & 2016

 

Vespers - for flute, saxophone, and two masked figures – 11’

Premiered and toured by the Feldsperling Duo (Liesel Deppe, fl & Nicole Strum, sax): The Banff Centre, AB; Array Space, Toronto; Halifax, NS; University of Prince Edward Island, 2016.

           

5 Impromptus - version for alto sax and piano – 11’

Premiered June 2015, Kristine Gray and Lana Henchell, World Saxophone Congress, Strasbourg, France

 

5 Impromptus - version for flute, clarinet and piano – 11’

Premiered Aug. 2015, Robin Meiksins, Ford Fourqurean and Gabriel Quenneville-   Bélair, Orford Academy, QC. Later performed at the 2016 MUSCAN national conference, honorable mention – composition competition.

 

4 Impromptus,for flute, soprano sax and piano – 7’30”

2014, Premiered Feb. 2015, Sarah Gieck, Holly Decaigny and Lana Henchell, North American Saxophone Conference, AB

 

4 Impromptus,version for flute, clarinet & piano – 7’30”

2014, Premiered Mar. 2015

 

Dark Shores, for string quartet – 6’               

Premiered July 2014, Orford Academy String Quartet (Grace Takeda, Ayla Boz,     Luca Casciato, Emma Grant-Zypchen)

 

Quatre Preludes, for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano – 7’30”

Premiered 2013, Meitar Ensemble (Israel)

 

Piano Trio: Stile Antico - for piano trio – 6’               

Composed 2013, Composer in Residence program, Université de Montréal

 

Galloping Across the Prairies - for beginner alto saxophone and piano – 2’                          

Composed 2011, Published in the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Saxophone Syllabus Level 1, Frederick Harris Music, 2013

 

Passiontide Cycle:

 Christus, der uns selig macht - for alto sax, violin and piano – 11’                                              

Composed 2008, Premiered Apr. 2011, Rubbing Stone Ensemble (Donovan Seidle, Jeremy Brown and Luciane Cardassi) and New Works Calgary

 

Hilf Gott, dass mir's gelinge - for solo percussion – 6’                                                   

Composed 2009

    

O Mensch, Bewein Dein Suünde Gross - for string trio – 6’                                            

Composed 2009, Read Jan. 2010, Land’s End Ensemble, Calgary, AB

 

O Lamm Gottes, Unschuldig - for solo flute – 4’

    Composed 2009, Premiered Apr. 2009, Sarah Gieck, University of Calgary Graduate Music Conference

 

Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund - for flute ensemble and two pianos – 7’30”      

    Composed 2009, Recorded Dec. 2009

 

Detritus - for flute and piano – 5’

Premiered June 2008, Sarah Gieck, University of Cincinnati, OH

 

Supplication - for piano trio – 8’                       

Premiered Apr. 2007, Land’s End Ensemble, broadcast on CBC National radio (Winner of the Land’s End Composition Competition)

 

Exegesis - for piano and string quartet  - 6’

Premiered Dec. 2006, Players Ensemble, Calgary, AB

 

Elegy - for French horn and soprano – 4’

Premiered July 2005, Sherrie Ashworth and Jon Fisher, Music in the Wilds Concert Series, Turtle Mountain, AB

            

Lavinia - for male voice, flute, violin and cello – 7’                  

Premiered Apr. 2005, University of Calgary

 

1914 - for violin, cello and piano – 8’                           

Premiered Apr. 2005, University of Calgary

 

Cortège - for flute, percussion and piano – 8’              

Premiered Mar. 2004, University of Calgary

 

String Quartet No. 1 – 7’                                            

Composed 2003, Premiered Jan. 2004, University of Calgary String Quartet

 

Hymn - for flute and piano – 3’                                    

Premiered 2003, Sean Clarke and Roger Feria Jr., University of Calgary

 

Sonata - for flute, percussion and piano – 8’                

Premiered 2003, Sean Clarke, Rob Maciak and Roger Feria Jr., University of Calgary

 

Romance - for 2 violas and cello – 5’                                        

Premiered Feb. 2002, University of Calgary

 

March - for violin, cello and piano – 4’                                               

Premiered Apr. 2001, University of Calgary

 

Vocal Works

Trois Lieder, for baritone and piano – 8’                   

Composed 2012, Montréal, QC

 

Three Songs on texts by John Donne, for baritone and piano– 9’                                         

Premiered Dec. 2009, Sean Clarke and Luciane Cardassi, Calgary, AB

 

Three Sacred Songs,for soprano, violin, bass clarinet and piano – 7’                                               

Composed 2007, Premiered Oct. 2009, Ensemble Resonance (Michelle Todd,    Brinna Brinkerhoff, Stan Climie, Colleen Athparia) and New Works Calgary

 

L’étoile a pleuré... -  for flute and soprano – 3’                                    

Portrait - for flute and soprano – 2’ 

Ⅹ - for flute and soprano – 3’ 

Premiered May 2003, Sean Clarke and Sherrie Ashworth, University of Calgary

 

 

Solo Works

 

Ballade - for solo guitar - 6'

Commissioned by the Canadian Music Centre, 2019 Class Axe program. To be premiered in Spring 2019 in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver.

Prélude - for solo piano – 2’

Premiered 2016 by Gabriel Quenneville-Bélair, Orford Academy, QC

 

Supplication - for solo flute – 2’          

Premiered July 2014, Robin Meiksins, Orford Academy, QC

 

Ring out, wild bells - for solo percussion – 10’            

Premiered May 2014, Blair Mackay, Composer in Residence program, Université de Montréal

 

In Memoriam - for solo piano – 7’30”                         

Premiered April 2012, Brigitte Poulin, Montréal, QC

 

Klavierstücke I & II -  for solo piano – 5’                    

Premiered Feb. 2006, Daniel Fung, University of Calgary

 

Last Post - for solo flute – 5’                                       

Composed 2006, Premiered Jan. 2007, Sean Clarke, University of Calgary

 

Self Portrait - for piano– 3’ 

Premiered May 2003, Roger Feria Jr., University of Calgary 

                                                            

Self Portrait - for solo flute– 3’                                                            

Premiered May 2003, Sean Clarke, University of Calgary 

 

 

Electronics

Prélude and Rondo - for electronics – 8’                     

2011-12, Premiered Jan. 2012, ElectroBuzz concert series, Université de Montréal

 

Fantasie - for electronics – 5’                          

Premiered April 2012, ElectroBuzz concert series, Université de Montréal