works list (by chronology)
Fugaces (for orchestra - arrangement, original by Arca) - 2023, 3’
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2023 Reading Sessions, conducted by Giuseppe Pietraroia.
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.
Nocturne in A Minor (for wind ensemble) - 2022, 3’
read by the UVic Wind Symphony at the 2022 Reading Sessions, conducted by Dr. Steven Capaldo.
Life According to Raechel (arrangement, 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.
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.
Cuyabeno (for orchestra) - 2022, 7’
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2022 Reading Sessions, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
Chôros No. 1 (for orchestra - arrangement, 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.
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.
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.
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.
A Conversation with the Stars (for wind ensemble) - 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.
Binary Fission (open score for ensemble) - 2020, indeterminate length
performed by Ensemble 105 at the March 2020 UVic Student Composers Concert.
Travellers (for orchestra) - 2020, 3’30”
read by the UVic Orchestra at the 2020 Reading Sessions, conducted by Ajtony Csaba.
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.
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.
Moonrise (for SSA choir + 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 (for SATB choir) – 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.
Hummed Low (arrangement 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.
Memory (for solo piano) – 2015, 5’
performed at the Community Arts Council of Vancouver’s SWITCH gala in November 2015.