City, Looking In 6:040:00/6:04
City, Looking In (2018)
Ease the Roads (2021)
Instrumentation: SATB Choir
You: star-eater, light feeder / never a murmur of sleep, / always the hum and the haze of half-dreaming, / always awake, / heave the night from the day / when do you breathe?
"City, Looking In" was premiered on April 13, 2018 in New Haven, CT with conductor Jasmine Gelber. It was performed by Isobel Anthony, Addy Sterrett, Emma Simmons, Bradley Sharpe, Hannah Goodwillie, Will Watson, Zak Fletcher, and Edward Vogel. Recording by Jack Lawrence. Text by Tanner Porter.
Instrumentation: 3 Flutes // 1 Horn in F // Harp / Piano // SATB Choir (with divisi) // Violin I / Violin II / Viola / Violoncello / Contrabass
"Ease the Roads" was commissioned to commemorate 50 years of coeducation at Phillips Exeter Academy. It was written in collaboration with PEA students, and pulls from conversations with current and former faculty, staff, and alumni. This piece premiered at PEA on May 28, 2021 with music direction by Rohan Smith and choir direction by Kristofer Johnson and Jerome Walker.
Small Town Folklore (2018)
At the Edge of the Water (2019)
Clay Shaper (2019)
Calico, The River (2019)
Lyla, You Are Not Alone (2020)
The Making of a Memory (2020)