- Assemblance, for electronics. Samples the sounds of LEGO bricks.
- Transmittance, for electronics. Uses sounds from an analog synthesizer.
- Incense Ascendant, for electronics. Uses samples of recordings of Russian chant, choirs, and bells.
- Cranching, for carillon. Uses all the chromatic notes that Bach didn't use in his Prelude in C Minor from Book 1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier
- Space2, for clarinet, bass clarinet, xylophone, vibraphone, and marimba. Uses notes from a 12 tone matrix...diagonally...
- Northwest of Earth, for bassoon. Three movements of alien wildness.
- Vials, for violin and cello. Uses ad libitum coordination, meaning that the players try hard to play largely independently of each other.
This year I'll be focusing on writing some important works that will feature in my portfolio as I apply to schools for my doctorate this fall. Suggestions for schools are appreciated! I'm also going to apply for a Fulbright to visit Russia, hopefully to spend a school year there at either the conservatory in Moscow or Saint Petersburg.