works list (by instrumentation)
Mycelium - 2020 (rev. 2023), 5'
read by the Victoria Symphony on November 12, 2023, conducted by Giuseppe Pietraroia.
Oneirica - 2023, 5’30”
read by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra on May 30, 2023, conducted by David Bui.
Cuyabeno - 2022, 7’
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2022 Reading Sessions, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
spectral visitations (for chamber orchestra) - 2021, 4’
read by a subset of 20 performers from the UVic Orchestra at the 2021 Reading Sessions, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
Travellers - 2020, 3’30”
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2020 Reading Sessions, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
Nocturne in A Minor - 2022, 3’
read by the UVic Wind Symphony at the 2022 Reading Sessions, conducted by Dr. Steven Capaldo.
A Conversation with the Stars - 2020, 5’30”
selected as one of two winners of the VENTUS competition and rehearsed with the UVic Wind Symphony under the direction of Dr. Steven Capaldo - performance postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19.
Moonrise (SSA + piano) – 2018, 2’30”
lyrics taken from the poem “Moonrise” by H.D - performed by the Treble District Honour Choir under the direction of Suzanne Fulton and accompanied on piano by Hey-Jung Choi at the District Honour Choir Winter Concert in December 2018 - won the Barbara Pentland Award for Outstanding Composition and received an honourable mention from the Vancouver Chamber Choir Young Composers’ Competition in 2019.
The Stars are Red (SATB, a cappella) – 2018, 3’
lyrics co-written by Elsie Beaulieu - performed by the WVSS Mixed Chamber Choir under the direction of Suzanne Fulton at the WVSS Winter Concert in December 2018.
Fleeting (for string quartet) - 2022 (rev. 2023), 3’
performed by Emily Fenske (violin), Eóghan Bostock (violin), Andrew Loe (viola), and Liam McDonald-Horak (cello) at the Student Composers Concert in March 2022 - read by Quatour Bozzini on March 12, 2023 as part of a workshop with UVic student composers.
⊞(f.e.e.l.) (for clarinet, percussion, piano, and voice) - 2023, 16’
performed at the recital “Cyclical Natures” by Nishant Amatya (clarinet), Ethan Page (percussion), Ruby Koep (piano), and Olivia Jackson (voice).
Variations on Autumn Leaves (for mixed instruments) - 2023, 14’
composed and arranged collaboratively with Julian Glover and Brendan Wong for various instruments including viola, piano, electric bass, and trumpet - performed at the West Coast Student Composers Symposium on February 3rd, 2023, and performed by the composers at their grad recital “Cyclical Natures” on February 5th.
Nocturnes (for two voices, violin, cello, celesta, and piano) - 2022, 10’
performed with Kiyomi Asano (soprano), Heather Byford (mezzo-soprano), Dana Wenzel (violin), Sandra Espínola (cello), and Christopher Dlouhy (celesta), at Group 016’s inaugural new music concert, Oblique Synchronicity - won both Under 21 and 3rd prizes for chamber ensemble in the 2022 SOCAN Young Canadian Composer Awards.
Pillars (for piano and four horns) - 2021, 10’
performed with Maia Copley, Carling Riley, Allie Bertholm, and Tyrell Loster on horns at the Student Composers Concert in November 2021.
I heard you were moving (for instruments and electronics) - 2021, 7’
composed, recorded, and produced in collaboration with Anthony D’Agostino (double bass, classical guitar), Thomas Gauthier-Lang (saxophones, sound objects), and Jon Ziffle (electronics, production, melodica) as part of the 2021 Montréal Contemporary Music Lab - contributed piano and field recordings - the work was premiered online on July 1st, 2021.
Mount Tolmie Trio (for violin, clarinet, and euphonium) - 2020, 5’
performed by Eóghan Bostock (violin), Nishant Amatya (clarinet) and Aidan Bernard (euphonium) at the December 2020 UVic Student Composers Concert.
Binary Fission (open score for ensemble) - 2020, indeterminate length
performed by Ensemble 105 at the March 2020 UVic Student Composers Concert.
The Lighthouse (for piano and two trumpets) - 2019, 5’
performed by Brendan Wong (trumpet), Alicia Ellis (trumpet), and Eóghan Bostock (piano) at the MUS 105 Student Composers Concert in December 2019 - performed again at the recital “Cyclical Natures” in February 2023.
Demiurge (for solo piano) - 2023, 10'
performed at "Ad Libitum", a student-organized concert highlighting improvisation.
core (for improviser and video) - 2023, 5’
multimedia work created in response to the prompt “the future of music”.
music is a way to eavesdrop into the process of infinity (for solo piano) - 2019, 2’
performed at the MUS 105 Student Composers Concert in December 2019.
Memory (for solo piano) – 2015, 5’
performed at the Community Arts Council of Vancouver’s SWITCH gala in November 2015.
Fugaces (for orchestra, original by Arca) - 2023, 3’
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2023 Reading Sessions, conducted by Giuseppe Pietraroia.
Life According to Raechel (for band with horns, original by Madison Cunningham) - 2022, 5’
arranged for Victoria-based band Actual Human People (voice, guitar, bass, keyboard, flugelhorn and tenor saxophone) - performed at the UVic Students of Colour Collective Advocacy Week Wrap-Up Event.
Chôros No. 1 (for orchestra, original by Heitor Villa-Lobos) - 2021, 4'30"
read by the UVic Orchestra in November 2021 as one of many student orchestrations, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
Hummed Low (for SATB choir, original by Odessa) – 2018, 3’30"
performed by the WVSS Mixed Chamber Choir under the direction of Suzanne Fulton at the WVSS Spring Concert in March 2018.