Works and Performances

Ensemble

Civilian Death Toll (2015)

The Road From Mutlaa to Basra 1991 (2013-2014)
For large ensemble
Duration: circa 12′
Premier: Paine Hall, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MS, U.S.A., by the Dal Niente Ensemble of Chicago.
Commissioned by the Dal Niente Ensemble (Not funded)

The June 2nd Movement (2012-2013)
For amplified viola, saxophones, guitar, harpsichord, piano, and electronics.
Duration: circa 11′
Premier: June 2nd , 2013, Open Space, Victoria, BC, by Tsilumos Ensemble.
Commissioned by the Tsilumos Ensemble with funding from the Siemens Art Foundation of Germany

Antanaklassi (2010/2011)
For saxophone octet
Duration: circa 15′
Premier pending: scheduled performance by the Quatuor Quasar(Montreal)and the Quatuor Arte(Zurich),Theatre Rigiblick, Zurich, Switzerland.
Commissioned by the Quatuor Quasar and the Quatuor Arte with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Irons (2009/2010)
For saxophone quartet, amplified contrabassoon, six percussion, amplified strings, and electronics.
Duration: circa 13′
Premier: October 28th, 2010, Salle Pierre Mecure, Montreal, Quebec, by Walter Boudreau and the SMCQ.
Commissioned by the SMCQ with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Ico (2008-2009)
For six percussionists
Duration: circa 12′
Premiered: November 18th, 2009, University of Montreal Recital Hall, Montreal, Quebec, by Sixxtrum.
Commissioned by Sixxtrum with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Ventus (2007)
For 9 musicians:
8 flute(2222) and amplified violoncello
duration: circa 7′
Premiered: October 27th, 2007, À la Salle Pierre-Mercure, Montreal, Quebec by L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal
Commissioned by Véronique Lacroix and L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal (not funded)

Traiectus (2003-2004)
For 10 musicians:
Flute/piccolo, bass clarinet Bb, horn in F, tenor trombone, percussion, piano, strings(1111)
Duration: circa 10’
Premiered: 14/11/2004, University of British Columbia Recital Hall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal.
Subsequent Performances:
15/11/2004, Eckardt-Gramatte Hall, Rozsa Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal.
18/11/2004, Salle Jean-Eudes, Montréal, Québec, Canada, L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal. 20/11/2004, Music Room, Scotia Festival of Music, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal. 21/11/2004, Music Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, L’Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal.
Radio Broadcast:
11/03/2005, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Two, Two New Hours, Produced by Larry Lake.
Commissioned by L’ Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal (not funded)

Altus (2004-2005)
For 15 musicians:
Piccolo, oboe, clarinet Bb/bass clarinet Bb, bassoon, horn in F, trumpet in C, tenor trombone, 2 percussion, piano, strings(2111)
Duration: circa 9’
Premiered: 23/02/2005, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, Gilles Tremblay Festival, Aventa Ensemble.
Subsequent performances:
Performed on tour 2008(Victoria, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Halafax)
Commissioned by: Aventa Ensemble of Victoria with assistance from the British Columbia Arts Council

Erga(2006)
For 9 musicians:
Flute/piccolo, oboe/english horn, percussion, piano, strings(2111)
Commissioned by: L’Ensemble Chorum de Montreal
Duration: circa 8’
Premiered: 07/06/2006 and 08/06/2006, Maison de la Culture du Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, L’Ensemble Chorum
Subsequent Performances:
27/01/2007, Redpath Hall, Montreal, Quebec
Commissioned by L’ Ensemble Chorum (not funded)

String Quartet

String Quartet No. 1: on the poem “Fall of the Evening Star” by Kenneth Patchen (1996)
Duration: circa 5’
Premiered: the 15/02/1997, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, Arditti String Quartet
Subsequent Performances:
29/04/1998, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria, upon receiving the Murray Adaskin Prize in Composition, the Modern String Quartet
Non commissioned work

Arc (1999-2000)
Duration: circa 15’
Premiered: the 22/05/1999, National Arts Centre, Strings of the Future Festival, Ottawa, Canada, by the Arditti String Quartet
Non commissioned work

Island (2002-2003)
Duration: circa 12’
Premiered: the 15/12/2002, Salle Redpath, University of McGill, Montréal, Québec, Quatuor Molinari
Subsequent Performances:
15/06/2003, Sofia House of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria, 10 International Festival of Contemporary Music, Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra and the Society for Contemporary Music in Bulgaria (Bulgarian Section of the International Society for Contemporary Music)
Recorded and Released by: ATMA Classique(ACD22286), Quatuor Molinari, 2003
Non commissioned work

Ichos (2004)
Duration: circa 8’
Premiered: the 11/07/2005, Salle de l’Esplanade, Festival Acanthes, Metz, France, Arditti String Quartet
Subsequent Performances: 19/08/2007, Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany, Ensemble Surplus
Non commissioned work.

Ruins (2008)
Violoncello quartet
Duration: circa 10′
Premiered: 23/11/2008, Chapelle Historique, House of Culture, Montreal, Quebec, Sul Ponticello Quartet
Commissioned by Sul Ponticello Quartet (not funded).

Saxophone Quartet

Predator Drone MQ-1(2013)
Duration: circa 16”
Premiered: 16/11/2013, Western Front, Vancouver, BC by the Quasar Saxophone Quartet
Commissioned by DB Boyko and the Western Front, Vancouver BC, with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Arc II (1998-1999)
Duration: circa 11’
Premiered: 21/08/2002, Cathédrale Christ Church, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Up to Your Ears Festival of Contemporary Music, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones
Subsequent Performances:
27/05/2004, L’Lion D’Or, Montréal, Québec, Canada by the Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones and the Société de Musique Contemporain du Québec (SMCQ).
14/07/2004, St. Gower Church, St. John, Newfoundland, Sound Symposium Festival of Contemporary Music, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones.
Non commissioned work.

Iskra (2002-2003)
Duration: circa 10’
Premiered: 27/05/2003, L’Lion D’Or, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones and the Société de Musique Contemporaine du Québec (SMCQ)
Subsequent Performances:
06/04/2006, F. Cook Recital Hall, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John, Newfoundland, Canada. 31/03/2006, Boris Rubakine Hall, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones29/03/2006, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones and Aventa.
14/07/2004, St. Gower Church, St. Jean, Newfoundland, Sound Symposium Festival of Contemporary Music, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones.
06/07/2004, Cathédrale Christ Church, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Up to Your Ears Festival of Contemporary Music, Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones
Commissioned by the Quasar Quatuor de Saxophones with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.

In addition to the above performances this work has been performed, by the Quasar, numerous times throughout France, Holland, Netherlands, and Switzerland.

Solo

Um allein zu kampfen(2012)
Bass Clarinet and electronics
Duration: circa 12′
Premier: 30/05/2012, Open Space Gallery, Victoria, British Columbia
Commissioned by Krista Martynes (not funded)

Kerato I and II(2011- 2012)
Organ siren and electronics
Duration: 16′
Premier: 05/06/2011, Montreal, Quebec, Productions Totem
Premier 05/06/2012, Totem Space, Montreal, Quebec
Commissioned by Productions Totem with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts

My Lai 1968 (2003)
Violin
Duration: 7′
Premiered: 25/02/2003, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Erik Clark(violin)
Subsequent Performances:
17/06/2005, University California San Diego, USA, Erik Clark
16/02/2007, Princeton University Music Hall, New York, Ny, Erik Clark and Newspeak
18/02/2010, Music Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Mark Johnston(violin)
14/11/2013, Western Front, Vancouver, BC, Erik Clark
Non commissioned work.

Stations (1997)
Harpsichord (acoustic or amplified)
Duration: circa 3.5′
Premiered: 15/02/1998, P.T.Y. Recital Hall, Victoria, BC
Subsequent Performances:
17/06/1999, Palace of Culture, Musica Nova International Festival of Contemporary Music, Sofia, Bulgaria
Commissioned by the Society for Contemporary Music in Bulgaria (Bulgarian Section of the International Society for Contemporary Music).
Non commissioned work.

So It Ends (poem by Kenneth Patchen) (1996)
Soprano
Duration: circa 13′
Premiered: 25/02/1997, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria, Sabrina Schroeder (soprano)
Subsequent Performances:
15/03/2000, University of British Columbia, Andrea Young (soprano)

Duet

Cluster Bomb Unit(2011)
Electric 7 string guitar and amplified viola
Duration: circa 14”
Premiered: 17/11/2013, Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, BC by the Verdejo Duet
Commissioned by the Verdejo Duet with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts

Orchestra

To Ergo Telmatothike (2007-2009)
2222 2222, 6 percussion, 88664
Duration: circa 20′
Scheduled performance: unknown
Commissioned by Alex Pauk and the Esprit Orchestra of Canada with funding from the Canada Council for the Arts

Aer (2003-2004)
2222 2221, 3 percussion, 66442
Duration: circa 10’
Premiered: 12/01/2004, Farquhar Auditorium, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Victoria Symphony, Giorgio Magnanensi (conductor)
Subsequent Performances:
17/11/2007, Toronto, Ontario, Esprit Orchestra, Alex Pauk (conductor)
Non commissioned work.

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