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I took a little hiatus from composing regularly while I finished up my dissertation and a second Master’s Thesis.

I am now trying to get back into the habit of composing. Below are links to various composition outlets and a list of recent performances.

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You can also support me on Patreon
or Bandcamp

see some recent videos on YouTube

Many of these recordings are from my cello punk project, see more here.

recent performances

Salem Capitol Pride Sept 24 2022

Dec 14 7pm 2021 Debut Solo Vocal recital (in-person and Live streamed)
21st century Oregon queer art song, including 6 pieces of mine.

Jan 9 2021 Live Stream: Music from the Pandemic
Recital of solo cello works from isolation, ranging from modern to folk style.

June 19th, 2019: Oregon State Hospital PRIDE festival, performed some vocal/cello pieces with texts by HD, Sara Teasdale, and Emily Dickenson


“When I Rise Up” with text by Georgia Douglas Johnson for chorus
Premiered Friday, December 14th 2018 by Foris Choir

For more about the group:

Recordings from my Master’s recital in 2011 (9 video playlist):

Always more Feathers
text by Kella Hanna-Wayne
Performed by Shia Cardona (alto flute), Kella Hanna-Wayne (voice), and Noah Brenner (harp)

Performed by Diana Rosenblum and Ralph Stricker-Chapman (cellos)

There Will Come Soft Rains, text by Sara Teasdale
A Word, text by Emily Dickinson
Performed by Sospiro New Vocal Music Ensemble conducted by Scott Wagnon, Assisted by Evan C. Paul, Piano

coming on toward Equinox
i: mist in the trees
ii: Braids
iii: Prescience
iv: optimism
Performed by Ralph Stricker-Chapman (cello) and Evan C. Paul (piano)

The Story
text by Wispra Smith
Performed by Scott Carroll (voice), Liz Corwin (dance) and Kit Abrahamson (cello)

…And Thereafter
text by Hau-Wei Chang
Performed by Scott Carroll
Trio (for Horn Quintet)
i: Romanza
ii: Scherzo
iii: transformations/metamorphoses
iv: Elegie
v: Epilogue
performed by Sophie Lott, Andrew Stiefel, Diana Rosenblum, Jillian Furman, and Evan C. Paul
Suite for String Quartet
i: Wanderlust
ii: to hear, one must first be silent
iii: Adventure!
Performed by Olivia Baker (violin), Sophie Lott (violin), Noah Brenner (viola), and Kit Abrahamson (cello)


My old composition page from a long time ago also has other recordings posted.
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