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Neon (percussion trio version) (2019)
for: percussion trio
first performance: 1st version: January 2020, Hong Kong. Premiered by Tool Box Percussion.
for: large horn ensemble
first performance: November 2020, Oberlin, OH. Premiered by Oberlin College Horn Ensemble.
for: percussion quartet
first performance: 1st version: October 2019, Chicago, IL, premiere by Third Coast Percussion.
O CAIS (2019)
for: flute, clarinet, oboe, french horn, percussion (2), piano, harp, violin (2), viola, violoncello.
first performance: April 2019, Chicago, IL, premiere by the Grossman Ensemble and James Baker (conductor).
for: saxophone quartet and fixed media
first performance: March 2019, Chicago, IL, premiere by the NOIS~ saxophone quartet.
Vermilion (2016, rev.2018)
for: alto flute, clarinet in Bflat(dbl. bass clarinet), violin, cello, piano and percussion
first performance: 1st version: November 2016, Ithaca, NY,premiere by the Ithaca College Contemporary Ensemble (ICCE), Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann(conductor); 2nd version: February 2018, Chicago, IL, Emma Hospelhorn (flute), Zachary Good(clarinet),Myra Hinrichs (violin), Chris Wild (cello), Daniel Pesca (piano), John Corkill (percussion), Barbara Schubert (conductor).
for: wood wind quintet
first performance: 1st version: March 2017, Chicago, IL, premiere by the Imani Winds; 2nd version: January 2018, Brooklyn, Ny; performed by the Imani Winds.
Looking Up (2017)
for: string quintet
first performance: 1st version: May 2017, Chicago, IL, premiere at the Contempo New Music Series; Spektral Quartet (quartet).
Palido (2017, rev. 2019)
for: marimba concerto (with large ensemble)
first performance: April 2017, Kiev, Ukraine, premiere at the Ukho Ensemble Workshop; Plivka Arts Centre; Evgeniy Ulianov (percussion soloist)+ Ukho Ensemble, Luigi Gaggero (conductor). First performance of the revised version: July 2019, Boston, MA, premiere at the Brandeis University by the Composers Conference Chamber Orchestra, with Mike Truesdell (soloist) and James Baker (conductor).
Moon Inside II (2015)
for: marimba duet
first performance: April 2016, Taipei City, Taiwan-ROC, premiere at the
28° edition of the Taipei Traditional Arts Festival; commissioned and premiered by
The NanaFormosa Percussion Duo.
for: alto Saxophone, accordeon, electric Guitar and percussion
first performance: June 2015, Rieti, Italy, premiere at the Composit New Music Festival; Vincent Dauod (saxophone), Luca Piovesan (accordeon), Maarten Stragier (electric guitar),Tom de Cock (percussion).
for: percussion solo + percussion quartet
first performance: November 2015, Miami-FL, premiere at University of Miami Maurice Gusman Concert Hall; commissioned by Svet Stoyanov (percussion solo); ensemble: Peter White, Dmitri Nilov,Ksenjia Komljenović , Kiril Angelov and Hsien-Fang Hsieh (guest artist).
for: alto flute, bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano (prepared)
first performance: January 2013, Montreal, Canada, premiere at Les Amériques tour; commissioned and premiere by the Ensemble Paramirabo. Winner of the 2014 American Prize in Composition - Student Chamber Music Division.
La Couleur de L'invisible (2013-14)
for: violin, cello and piano
first performance: July 2013, Curitiba, Brazil, premiere at II Bienal Música Hoje; premiere by the cross.art Ensemble. 2nd version: October 2014, premiere at Emerging Composers Concert, Coral Gables, FL; Emilio Rutllant (flute), Isabel Thompson (clarinet), Ariele Grace Macadangdang (violin), Chia-li Yu (cello) and Maria Sumareva (Piano).
for: flute, bass flute and guitar
first performance: July 2012, Maccagno, Italy, premiere at 7th SoundScape Festival; premiere by Lisa Cella (bass flute), Jeffrey Stonehouse (flute) and Matt Gould (guitar).
for: percusion quartet and piano
first performance: October 2012, premiere at Emerging Composers Concert, Coral Gables, FL; frost percussion ensemble and Daniel Manoiu (piano).
Terra Tenebra (2018-20)
for: large orchestra
detailed instrumentation: 22.214.171.124./126.96.36.199./timp./perc.I.II./pno., hp. and strings (188.8.131.52.8)
first performance: January 2019, Chicago, IL; reading session of a shorter version with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Cliff Colnot, conductor.
detailed instrumentation: 184.108.40.206./220.127.116.11./perc.I.II./cel., harp and strings (10.8.5.5.3)
first performance: June 2017, Paris, FR; reading session with the L'orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Pierre-André Valad, conductor).
Depois da Chuva (After the Rain) (2010-2014)
detailed instrumentation: 18.104.22.168./22.214.171.124./perc.I.II.III.IV/harp and strings (10.8.5.5.3)
first performance: June 2011, Campinas, Brazil; premiere by Orchestra Sinfônica da Unicamp (OSU), conductor Akira Miashiro; @nd version: January 2014, Miami, FL performance with the Frost Symphony Orchestra, Andres Jaime, conductor.
Kundalini II (2020)
for: for soprano saxophone
first performance: January 2020, Chicago, Switzerland; premiered by Garrett Mendelow.
Atlas Vocalis I (2019)
for: percussion, vocalization and electronics
first performance: October 2019, Geneva, Switzerland; premiered by Garrett Mendelow.
Le Forme Dell'Aria (2018)
for: Flute in C
first performance: September 2018, Asti,Italy; premiered at the IDEA Divertimento Ensemble Workshop; Lorenzo Missaglia (Flute).
A Brazilian Suite (2018)
for: carillon (for carillon duet)
first performance: May 2018, Chicago,IL; premiered at the Rockefeller Carillon New Music Festival; Joey Brink and Ellen Dickinson (Carillon).(
for: double bass
first performance: TBD, Sao Paulo,Brazil; premiered by Pedro Gadelha (double bass).
duration: (1st version) ca.7min/(2nd version) ca.15'
first performance: October 2017, Stuttgart,Germany; premiered at the K-R-A-M 2017 L’Heure Bleue S-K-A-M e.V.; Céline Papion (Violoncello).
Promesse à l'obcsurité (2015)
for: alto clarinet + electronics
first performance: September 2015, Coral Gables,FL; premiere at the at Clarke Recital Hall (University of Miami); Annabelle Inhyung Hwang (clarinet).
Kundalini (2014, rev. 2018)
for: alto saxophone
first performance: August 2014, Sorocaba, Brazil; premiered at the 2014 Curto-Circuito Internacional de Saxofone Brasil-Canada; Allison Balcetis (saxophone).
Moon Inside I (2009-2015)
first performance: November 2015, Coral Gables, FL; premiered at the Kaleidoscope MusArt debut concert; Maria Sumareva (piano).
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Kisetsu (2007, rev. 2013)
for: flute (dbl. alto flute *optional)
first performance: October 2013, Coral Gables, FL; premiered by Emilio Rutlant.
Ignis Fatuus (2011)
for: Clarinet in B flat
first performance: This track is part of the album "Refractions vol.1" by Gleb Kanasevich