SECRETS OF THE NORTH
For actor, two dancers, string quartet, nyckelharpa, concertina and Mouth harp.
Incidental music to a story by Isak Dinesen, The Sailor-Boy's Tale. Commissioned by the Hudson Valley Festival of the Arts, with assistance from New York University. Premiere: The Mohonk Mountain House.
Chamber music composed for strings, winds, brass, marimba and cimbalom, with Mixed Chors and Actors, and full-screen projections. Inpired by the writings and illumiations of poet William Blake. Commissioned by LABA, Excerpt premiered at the Theater at the 14th Street Y, NYC
BEYOND THE MIRROR
Theatrical Score. Bond Street Theater Coalition, Premiere, Theater for the New City, NYC, Feb, 2005.
SOON OF A MORNIN
Music Director, Arranger. The Lions Theater, NYC 2005
Duo for Violin and Viola. Premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, performed by Yuri Vodovoz, violin, and Andy Teirstein, viola. (Publisher: Animal Stone Productions, 2005)
INVENTION FOR SIX INSTRUMENTS
Instrumentation: Violin, Cello, Flute, Oboe, Mandolin, Guitar. Premiered by the Cygnus Ensemble, Elebash Recital Hall, New York City, March 2005 (Animal Stone Productions, 2005)
THE WELCOME TABLE
Composition for Viola. Recorded by the composer. Directed/Choreographed by Marta Renzi for Digital Video Disc
THE ALAMO PIECE
Music - INTAR Theater, NYC 2002
Book, Music - La MaMa E.T.C., NYC, 1996. Loosely based on the journals of Thoreau and Defoes Robinson Crusoe.
FLOATING RHODA AND THE GLUE MAN
Music - Home for Cont. Theater, 1995. Book by Eve Ensler.
Book, Music - La MaMa E.T.C., 1995. Winner of 1993 and 1991 NEA Opera-Musical Theater Fellowships.
Music - Premiere-Mad River Theater Works, Ohio, 1992
Book, Music, and Lyrics - Premiere at the Collonades Theater, NYC, 1984. A full-length original musical with a cast of 11. Winner of the 1984 Richard Rodgers Award.