Atomic Power Plant (2006-07)

Duration: 3’51”.

Pianist doubles on wineglass, Swiss cowbell, and snare drum if no percussionist is available.

Premiered publicly at the WSMTA Young Composers Project conference in 2007, where it won 1st prize for 8th grade.

 

Barcarolle in F# minor (2005)

Duration: 5’32”.

Performed at one of pianist Dr. Barbara Roberts’ private concerts in 2005.

 

Barcarolle in G minor (2004)

Duration: 6’37”.

Premiered in Southern California at a private concert in 2004. Subsequently performed at the Seafarer’s Benefit Concert in March 2005.  Also performed at the WSMTA Young Composers Project conference in 2006, where it won 1st prize for 7th grade.

 

Bells of Cologne Cathedral (2011)

Duration: 2’57”.

Performed at Portland Community College in Spring 2011.

 

Bolero (2007)

Duration: 2’32”.

 

Capriccio in F# minor (2008)

Duration: 9’30”.

Won 2nd prize for 10th grade in the WSMTA Young Composers Project in 2009.

 

Carillon (2010)

Total duration: 2’56”.

Part I: Voluntary; Part II: Postlude

 

Carnival Waltz (2008)

Duration: 1’32”.

Commissioned for and premiered at a Charlotte’s Web play, of which this work was the main theme music.  Later performed at Clark County, WA 20th-century festival winner concert.  Also performed at the WSMTA Young Composers Project conference in 2009, where it won 1st prize for 10th grade.

 

Elegy in C minor (2012)

Duration: 3’45”.

 

 

A Farewell Elegy (2017)

Duration: 7’28”.

 

Heartbreak (2012)

Duration: 5’15”.

 

Nightmare Nocturne (2007)

Duration: 7’59”.

Premiered publicly at a Portland library tour in Summer 2008. Also won 2nd prize for 11th grade in the WSMTA Young Composers Project in 2010.

 

Piano Sonata no. 1 in G minor (2010)

Total duration: 25’17”.

I. Ballade: Andante – Allegro espressivo – Presto energico; II. Lento; III. Allegro vivace – Andante triunfante

3rd movement premiered publicly at Portland Community College’s Spring 2011 concert.

 

Piano Sonata no. 2 in C minor (2011)

Total duration: 16’44”.

I. Moderato; II. Rondo: Allegro maliziato

2nd movement premiered at Portland Community College’s annual ArtBeat Composition Competition, where won 1st prize.

 

Polonaise in D minor (2011)

Duration: 7’40”.

 

Rumba (2012)

Duration: 4’13”.

 

Soundscape Retreats (2014-15, revised 2017)

Total duration: 15’20”.

I. Wy’east (2014)

II. Lake of Sunlit Shadows (2015)

III. Tropical Sabbath (2015)

Wy’east premiered on November 5th, 2014 in Pepsico Hall with the composer at the piano. Tropical Sabbath recorded by Evan Mitchell in November 2015.

 

Toccata (2011-12)

Duration: 5’45”.

 

 

Waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge (2007-08)

Total Duration: 14’27”.

I. Wahkeena Falls

II. Ponytail Falls

III. Fairy Falls (solo celesta, if possible – played one octave higher on piano)

IV. Triple Falls

V. Upper Coopey Falls

VI. Rondo: Coopey Falls

Movements 1, 5, and 6 often performed in tandem; for example, at many Portland library tours in Summer 2008 and at the WSMTA Young Composers Project conference in 2009, where it won 1st prize for 9th grade.  The last movement won the “outstanding composition for piano” award from Portland Community College’s annual ArtBeat Composition Competition.