SELECT PERFORMANCES

OCTOBER 6-10. 2015

FRESH MINDS FESTIVAL

Presenting ENIGMA at the TEXAS A&M University Fresh Minds Festival. Official Selection.

SEPTEMBER 24-27th, 2015

AnimaSyros International Animation Festival + Agora returns to Syros island, Cyclades, Greece on 24th-27th September 2015. Libertaria will be screened at AnimaSyros at the

APRIL 13-19, 2015

IAWM Announces its 2015 International Congress: Women in Music Connect the World. IAWM 20th Anniversary Congress 2015

13-19 April 2015

The International Alliance for Women in Music announces its 20th-anniversary Congress 2015, to be held online, freely accessible to all with events available following a 24-hour GMT clock. Featured will be established and upcoming women professional and student composers, musicologists, music theorists, ethnomusicologists, educators, performers, and conductors who will contribute their knowledge and expertise online in performances, papers, workshops, demonstrations, and panel discussions.

As we ascend the heights, share new discoveries, effect positive change, lead out, make appearances in new places, express music spirit-to-spirit, “Women in Music Connect the World.” As the title suggests, the Congress makes accessible the latest products in music of women’s work from around the globe, and offers them electronically as a free gift to all.

Please visit the Congress Website for more information. Call for Participation involves an initial, descriptive submission deadline of October 1st and a video (or optionally audio) final submission of January 30, 2015.

APRIL 8th, 2015

Circuit Bridges

Another exciting project with Vox Novus, Circuit Bridges attempts to unite electroacoustic musicians through collaborative concert events. Dr. Tomas Henriques at Buffalo State will be directing the innovative Digital Music Ensemble at this April event.
MARCH 26-29, 2015

3RD HILDEGARD FESTIVAL OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS
2015 Hildegard Festival of Women in the Arts planned for March 26-29, 2015, at CSU Stanislaus. The theme of the festival is “Storytelling: Narrative Arts in the New Century.”

“STORYTELLING: NARRATIVE ARTS IN THE NEW CENTURY”
CSU Stanislaus is pleased to announce our 3rd Hildegard Festival of Women in the Arts. The Hildegard Festival is sponsored by the College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and will convene on the CSU Stanislaus campus March 26-29, 2015. The purpose of the Hildegard Festival is to celebrate the creative work of women in the arts and to provide opportunities for participating artists to engage one another and gain familiarity with one another’s creative work.

OCTOBER 2014

“Singing Geneticists and EPIC Virtual Machinima Opera in Cyberspace”

Sabrina Peña Young, The MACHINIMA Composer

Sabrina Peña Young gives TED Talk “Singing Geneticists and EPIC Virtual Machinima Opera”
“But what I took away from [Young’s] talk wasn’t anything specific necessarily about animation, design, or even opera. It was about individual ideas and how the power of a community – whether a block club, neighborhood groups or a worldwide virtual environment – can come together to create this incredible product at the end. If we work together, anything is possible.” – by Melissa Kania

MAY 2014 Women’s Work Music Video Competition, hosted by composer Beth Anderson

“Metal Ink” sung by Perry R. Cook and Matt Meadows is part of this online music video competition hosted by Beth Anderson as part of her Women’s Work series. This year, in lieu of a concert series, the music video competition will be held online.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Womens-Work/135440309855293

On Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi3zsZtaPZhGOwicugQYL8Q

FRIDAY MARCH 20-21, 2014: Holland Animation Film Festival

INTERNATIONAL PREMIER

http://www.haff.nl/en/programme/music/

Festival Centre is in the Louis Hartlooper Complex, Tolsteegbrug 1, 3511 ZN Utrecht. Film screenings, talk shows and seminars will take place in the festival centre.

Screenings

Music 3 Thursday 20 Mar. 10:00 LHC4
Friday 21 Mar. 17:30 LHC3
On the cutting edge of fine art and film, some remarkable animation installations have been created in recent years. Cinematic freebooting is a condition for a flourishing film culture. A free use of the possibilities of animated film and spatial art yields a unique visual language and a unique presentation. During HAFF, an ambitious international programme of animation installations makes up a ribbon through downtown Utrecht. Accompanying film programmes, workshops, presentations, lectures, introductions and Q&As provide the opportunity to get acquainted with the makers.

The City of Utrecht presents Utrecht as the international City of Music 2014. HAFF joins in with an international theme programme of music and animation. Animation and music have proven to be a fruitful combination. Their inspirational interplay produces a wealth of musical films and cinematic music. The theme runs like a thread through different festival sections. Plus, several programmes have been compiled presenting some far corners of the theme: from abstract visual music to cartoons, and from big themes in dramatic genres like opera and tango to contemporary music videos.
The term visual music is commonly used for abstract, rhythmical films that translate music into images or aim for a cinematic equivalent of music. This can even happen automatically. Conversely, images can be turned into sound by drawing on the soundtrack. The films experiment with a visual language that was inspired by musical elements like harmony and dissonance.The film programme of Norman McLaren’s classics also includes some films around this theme, and the world première of the installation with his work fits in nicely as well. With big themes in music, obviously we immediately think of dramatic genres like tango and opera, where weighty existential issues are profusely addressed.

FRIDAY MARCH 21, 2014: Libertaria Screening Buffalo State

Time: 11AM

Location: Buffalo School of Music (Room TBD) Rockwell Hall

Free full screening of Libertaria: The Virtual Opera.

FRIDAY MARCH 7, 2014: Women Composer’s Festival of Hartford

http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/

The Women Composers Festival of Hartford has, for the last twelve years, provided an educational and entertaining platform for the promotion of women’s music. Recognized as a champion of women’s music by institutions such as Meet the Composer, the International Alliance for Women in Music, and the Women’s Education and Leadership Fund, the festival’s goals include informing audiences through performances of music that has been and still is being written by women in an effort to broaden people’s understanding of musical literature and women’s contributions to this field.

Lecture/Presentation on Virtual Opera Production 101

WCForum Session One “Electric-Drama” – 10:00AM
Charter Oak Cultural Center
21 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106

FRIDAY MARCH 6, 2014: Women in the Arts Festival Buffalo New York

Screening of Selections from Libertaria at Coffehouse Event at Canisius College as part of the Women and Arts Festival

Thursday, March 6 – Women in the Arts Festival Coffeehouse from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. The event will feature faculty and student lectures, performances and exhibitions about women’s roles in literature, poetry, art and music. Guests can come for as little time or as long as they like. Light refreshments will be served.

http://www.canisius.edu/newsevents/canisius-presents-women-in-the-arts-festival

DEC 6-9, 2013: MOVIESTORM Exclusive ONLINE MOVIE PREMIER

Moviestorm.com will host an EXCLUSIVE free online showing of Libertaria: The Virtual Opera. The first 200 visitors to the site will receive a free soundtrack download! Find out more http://www.moviestorm.co.uk/hub/news

DEC 1, 2013: Private Presentation, University of Maryland, Baltimore

Hosted Anna Rubin

NOV 1, 2013: Buffalo State Composer Talk

Buffalo State Composer Talk with the Digital Music Studio
Buffalo State, Rockwell 102 12PM-1PM
Making of a 21st Century Opera: Libertaria: The Virtual Opera
Lecture Powerpoint: http://www.scribd.com/doc/180603530/Opera-in-the-21st-Century-Presentation-NY-Composer-Talk-at-Buffalo-State

Lecture Outline: http://www.scribd.com/doc/180601863/21st-Century-Opera-Lecture-Outline-NY-Composer-Talk

What is the future of opera? How can composers use 21st century social media and technology to collaborate internationally on large scale music projects? Award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young discusses the future of technology, virtual opera, and her film Libertaria: The Virtual Opera.

OCT 5, 2013: WORLD PREMIER

Libertaria: The Virtual Opera
Sci Fi Modern Opera Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, Animated Movie Poster
Concerts at Calvary

2pm Composer Chat

3pm Libertaria: The Virtual Opera Screening

URL: http://events.miamiherald.com/lake_worth_fl/events/show/352096523-

classical-concerts-at-calvary

Calvary United Methodist Church
301 First Ave. South
Lake Worth, FL 33460
(561) 585-1786
$ 10 Donation – Students free with ID Ages 9 and upFor more information call 561-585-1786 or email shoreclare@aol.com
http://www.yescalvary.org
JULY 7, 2012 FUTURE OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM
The Oklahoma Composers Association’s annual Future of Music Symposium focuses attention on how technology, globalization and the economy are influencing the way music is created, distributed, valued and experienced. The event is free and open to the public. Sabrina Pena Young gave a presentation on “Tech-Nerds: Contemporary Composition in the Digital Age”, focusing on the creation of Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, and other Internet-based music projects.
MAY FUTURE OF CHOIRS WORKSHOP 2012
Perry Cook presented Libertaria: the Virtual Opera as part of his workshop on the future of choirs. Libertaria was presented as part of a paper on the use of crowdsourcing and choral projects, like Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choirs.Check out Perry Cook’s Website to find out more about the future of music:
http://voce.cs.princeton.edu/SLEO2012/

2012 Lonely Mother’s Cry and Light (The Association of Dominican Classical Artists, NYC)

Light and Formado en un Lugar Secreto, Future of Music Symposium (Oklahoma Composer’s Association)

2011 American Recall, Athena Festival and Vox Novus 60×60 Concerts

2010 CREATION (Commissioned by the Millikin University Women’s Choir and supported by the Kentucky Foundation for Women’s Artist Enrichment Grant)

A Glass of Water Lights the World and Origins (Flutes with Poetry, Boston)

2009 World Order #5 (Moving Angel Film Festival London; University of N. Colorado; FTM10 Festival University of North Carolina, Greensboro))

Looking Glass (Nashville’s Soundcrawl Avant Garde Festival)

2008 REQUIEM (Beijing Conservatory)

World Order #5 (World Premier Kansas State University; Grant by the American Music Center)

2006 Psychosis I: Dissociation (Art Basil Miami)

Innermost Thoughts of the Distorted Psyche’ (SEAMUS)

2005 ENIGMA (Australasian Computer Music Conference)

2004 ENIGMA (International Computer Music Conference and El Instituto Cubana de la Musica)

2003 Conversations Wit de Churen (Main Title/Score) NY International Independent Film Festival

Confessions of a 7 yr old Killer (Pulsefield International Exhibition of Sound Art)

World Order #2 (Cinema for Peace, Turkey)

2002 “The War” (Film Score; Miramax Project Greenlight Competition)

2000 Horizon for Orchestra (Tampa Contemporary Music Festival; Florida Orchestra World Premier)

Warrior Poet for Symphonic Band (Tampa Contemporary Music Festival)

SELECT PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS

2012 The Compositional Collective: Crowdsourcing and Collaboration in the Digital Age (Upcoming New Music Box Fall 2012)

2012 Women in Sound Art: 7 Musical Micro-Portraits, ,TERZ Magazine

2012 Tech Nerds: Contemporary Composition in the Digital Age, Future of Music Symposium, Oklahoma Composer’s Association

2010 Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals Published by Easy Ear Training, UK

2009 The Feminine Musique’: Multimedia and Women Today with “On Composing for Multimedia” (book), Lulu Publishing and Amazon

Top Ten Mistakes When Composing for Percussion (essay)

In Defense of Music Technology (essay)

Soundcrawl Mainstage: Critic’s Choice, SoundCrawl, Nashville, TN

Soundcrawl: Festival in a Box, SoundCrawl, Nashville, TN

2008 Origins Solo Electroacoustic Album (i-Tunes, Amazon)

“Intermedia: Redefining American Music at the Turn of the Third Millennium” (Kapralova Society)

Origins Solo Electroacoustic Album (i-Tunes, Amazon)

Vox Novus International Mix 60×60

2006 Cinema for Peace 2003 DVD Istanbul, Turkey

“US vs. Them: The Creation of a Digital Audiovisual Landscape” Percussive Notes

2002 CD Release Conversations wit de Churen 2: All My Churen Main Title/Score R-4U Productions

SELECT LIST OF WORKS, PERFORMANCES, COMMISSIONS/GRANTS
Abuelito (video, score), 2006

Agape’ (marimba quartet) Contemporary Music Festival (Tampa), University of South Florida Marimba Ensemble, 2000

University of South Florida Percussion Concert, 2000

Airborne Sand (solo flute)

Sigma Alpha Iota American Musicale (Delta Chi), 1999

An American Gamelan (sano, French horn, percussion, flute)
Palm Beach Atlantic “Composer Jam”, 1998

Angels Take Flight (tape), 2010

Easy Ear Training.com

Americana (film score), 2012

Mount Airy Productions, directed by Sean Fleck

American Recall (tape), 2011
60×60 Athena Mix at the Athena Music Festival, Murray State, 2011
60×60 International Mix 2010

“Arts and Oppression” Honors Installation (composer/performer)
USF Honors Department multimedia collaboration dedicated to the artwork of Holocaust victims and early 20th Century African-Americans, University of South Florida, 1999

As I Lay (machinima, score, performed by Anna Callner), 2007

Asphixivision (string quartet), 2000

Asylum (tape), 2010

Album Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals

Azulake’ (percussion quartet)
Blue Lake Fine Arts Percussion Concert, Bass Music Center, Michigan, 2004

A Battle and a Victory (piano)
Palm Beach Atlantic University, Florida, 1997

Before the Dawn (tape), 2010

Easy Ear Training.com

Body Crash (tape), 2010

Album Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals
Cancion (solo marimba)
Hispanic Heritage Festival, University of South Florida, 1999

Club Mango (tape) 2010

Album Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals

Confessions of a Seven-Year Old Killer (tape)
Freeplay Concert Series Grand Valley State University, Michigan, 2007
“Voices on the Edge” Listening Room Project, Juried Traveling Exhibit Europe, China, United States, 2006
Electrolune (France), 2004
University of Maryland Art@Radio 2004
PULSEFIELD International Exhibition of Sound Art, 2003
(w/Dance Improvisation), Contemporary Music Festival (Tampa), 2000SYCOM Annual Concert (University of South Florida), 2000

Conversations on a Bus (simultaneous poetry)
Flower in the Sidewalk, 2001

“Conversations Wit de Churen’ ” (maintitle/filmscore)
New York International Independent Film Festival, 2003
Various Florida film festivals, New York film festivals, and New York clubs, 2002-2003
Self-titled CD, private release, 2002

Creation (Multimedia Oratorio)
Full Scale Multimedia Oratorio commissioned by the Millikin State University Women’s Chorus and conducted by Michael Engelhardt. Completed in 2009, scheduled World Premier on April 16th, 2010 in Decatur, Illinois.
Winner of the 2011 Search for New Music Competition from the IAWM.

CYBERNATION (tape)
Vox Novus 60×60 Dance at Gallapagos Art Space, NYC, 2009

Zlatko Cosic Video Collaboration, Gavle, Sweden, 2009

Zlatko Cosic Video Collaboration, Gavle, Sweden, 2008

Elektra Special, French Television Broadcast, TNA, 2008

Stimulatania Art Gallery, Strasbourg, France, 2008

CSUF Annual New Music Festival, CSU Fresno, CA, 2008

60×60 Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England, 2008

Zlatko Cosic Video Collaboration, Duquesne Univ., PA, 2008

60×60 Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY 2008

60×60 University of Central Florida, FL 2007

Vox Novus 60×60 International Mix, NY, NY 2007
Collective: Unconscious New York, New York, 2007
EuCuE, Concordia Univerisity Montreal, Quebec, 2007
Arts NOW Series Raleigh, North Carolina, 2007

Danse’ Amoebe (supercollider)
Origins album, CD Baby, 2008 Art@Radio, University of Maryland, 2004
Florida International University Student Composer Recital 2003
IEEE and Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) conference, 2003

Danza de la Macabre (orchestra miniature), 2009

Vox Novus 60×60 Orchestra Project 2011

Desert Run (tape), 2010

Album Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals

Dollmare (video editor, score), 2006

A Doll’s Wish (string orchestra)
Reading by the University of South Florida Orchestra, Tampa, Florida1998

Digestive Tracks (analog sound synthesis), 2000

Eight Children’s Songs (children’s choir)
Museum of Science and Industry, Tampa, Florida, 2001

Emostates (video/performance art), 2006

Endless Tunnel (multi-percussion solo)
Arts and Oppression, University of South Florida Honors Installation, 1999
Sigma Alpha Iota American Musicale (Delta Chi), 1999

Enigma (video/score)
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
Australasian Computer Music Conference (Australia), 2005
SUNY Remix Sound Series, 2005
University of Texas Gamma UT Conference, 2005
X International Electroacoustic Music Festival “Primavera en la Habana 2004” (Cuba), 2004
EARS: Electroacoustic and Research Society Inaugural Video Concert (Florida International University), 2004
International Computer Music Conference, 2004

Eva Sleeps Tonight (tape), 2010

Easy Ear Training.com

Evolution of Man (animation, score), 2006

ETASL (tape/performance art)
SYCOM Concert, Tampa, Florida, 2001
Hispanic Heritage Festival, University of South Florida, 2000

Fallen (tape) 2010

Album Unravelling Music: Introducing Intervals

Fate Laughs at Me (bassoon)
Reading, University of South Florida, Tampa, 1998

Final Transmission
Origins album, CD Baby, 2008

Flower in the Sidewalk (director/producer)
Funded by a grant from the University of South Florida
Urban arts extravaganza of forty artists, 2001

Folds of the Mind (flute, percussion quintet) 2000

Forgotten One (tape)
Red Tend Movie, 2012, directed by Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost

Fluctuations (violin, piano)
Reading by Hilton Jones and Bill Hayden, USF, 1998

Fluidity (marimba, video), 2005

A Glass of Water Lights the World (violincello)
Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Miami, Florida, 2003
Spotlight on Women Composers, Boston, 2010

Gray Woman of the Glade (percussion, tape)
CCHS Time Capsule, Davie, Florida, 1995

Horizon (full orchestra) Contemporary Music Festival (Tampa), Florida Orchestra
Commissioned by Sigma Alpha Iota (Delta Chi Chapter), 2000

Halloween Horror 3000 (HH3K) (tape) 2012

Easy Ear Training Halloween Track

I Laugh Back (clarinet), 1998

In and Out of the Box II (video collaboration)
Collaboration between FIU Architectural and Art Department, 2007

Innermost Thoughts of the Distorted Psyche (video/score)
Eastman School of Music Women in Music Festival 2007 Rochester, NY 2007
Athena Music Festival Murray State University, KY, 2007
SEAMUS National Conference Beall Micro Hall, Eugene, Oregon, 2006
IAWM International Congress Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Miami, Florida, 2006
Women and Identity Festival, Deep Listening Institute New York, 2005

Irrelevant (tape), 1999

Isolation (machinima, score), 2008

Joanna Walks (percussion and oboe), 2000

Journey (percussion trio)
Palm Beach Atlantic University “Composer Jam”, 1998

Juan Si Remix (Music Video of Juan Si Gonzalez’s Patriot Games)

International New Media Festival Miami, Florida, 2007

Libertaria: The Virtual Opera (animated opera) In Progress

Science fiction animated opera starring an international cast. Set for screening in 2013. Includes Metal Ink, Baby Machine, Pilar of the Underground, Lullaby, Lost Confession, Lonely Mother’s Cry, Absolution and many other operatic numbers for SAT, virtual choirs, and tape.

Light (Soprano Duet, Pno; SATB & Tape) 2012

Originally part of the Creation Oratorio

2012 performances with the Association of Dominican Classical Artists

Scheduled 2012 performances in Argentina for composer’s performance ensemble

Looking Glass I (video, score)
Score only, SoundCrawl: Mainstage Critic’s Choice (CD)
Score only, SoundCrawl:Festival in a Box (CD)

Score only, Nashville’s First SoundCrawl 2009
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
“Imagine” Exhibition, Atlas Gallery, Miami, Florida 2007

Looking Glass II (video, score) 2007

Lullaby (composite video/score)
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
University of South Florida Student Film and Video Association Annual Competition, First in Experimental Video, 2001
(w/performance art), University of South Florida Electronic Music Club Concert, 2001
(score only), Art@Radio, University of Maryland, 2004

Mermaid Song (tape), 2010
Easy Ear Training.com

Metamorph (synthesizer, video, tape)
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
MNEO (video; music by Seth Keith)
IEEE and Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) conference, 2003

Millieval (French Horn)
Performed by Frank Kalan, Tampa, Florida, 1999

Monica (Film Score)
Directed by Rob Cabrera

Morgana (tape)
Origins album, CD Baby, 2008

Mr. PotatoHead’s Debut (tape)
Art@Radio, University of Maryland, 2004

“The Mysterious Monsters” (director, score)
Video Project with ArtREACH, arts program for homeless children
Young at Art Children’s Museum, 2005

Night Vision (piano), 1998

On the Edge of Time (for an unspecified number of sound producers)
Palm Beach Atlantic Percussion Concert, Florida, 1997

Origins (debut solo electroacoustic album), 2008

CD Baby, Amazon, i-Tunes, and other retailers

Origins (video, score), 2008

Title track, Origins Album, CD Baby and i-Tunes, 2008
Score only, Women Composers Spotlight, 2010

Portrait of Urban Life (video/score)
Art Miami, Miami, Florida, 2007
IEEE and Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) conference, 2003

Psychosis I: Dissociation (CG Animation/Score)

Music Festival Austin, Texas 2007
Zero Gravity Exhibition, Art Basil, Miami 2006

RE: The Extermination of Planet 61366 (Earth) (l
Laptop ensemble) 2009

RELLERISMS (instrumental chamber ensemble), 2000

Repeataeper (tape), 1999

REQUIEM (video/score)
2008 Beijing Congress on Women in Music Beijing Conservatory, China

Revolution Devolution (tape), 2010
Wkms, Public Radio Station
Vox Novus 360 Degrees Scarlet Mix
Vox Novus Order of Magnitude Series

ROY (musique concrete)
Arts and Oppression, University of South Florida Honors Installation, 1999
University of South Florida Student Composer Concert 1999

Seasons (video, score), 2005

Serenade (video/score)
IEEE and Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) conference, 2003

A Song for Ebony (solo piano)
Flower in the Sidewalk, 2001

Sludge (tape)
Art@Radio, University of Maryland, 2004
Phi Mu Alpha American Composer’s Concert, University of South Florida, 2001

Spirit of Praise (SATB), 2000

Tewaizations Intermedia Concert (co-producer, composer, performance art, percussion)
Intermedia concert collaboration, Deep Listening Institute New York, 2005

Tewaizations Study 1 (video, Malletkat)
Tewaizations, Deep Listening Institute NY, 2005

Tewaizations Study 2 (video, Malletkat, performance art)
Tewaizations, Deep Listening Institute NY, 2005

Theme for Young Love (mezzo soprano, piano, flute)
Plantation Baptist Church, Florida, 2006

To Her Child (mezzo soprano, soprano)
Palm Beach Atlantic “Composer Jam”, 1998
Trippin’ (sax, piano)
Flower in the Sidewalk, 2001

Turtle Songs (video, piano)
Performed by the piano studio of C. Sidaras, Ohio, 2008

Udu Invasion (symphonic band)
Reading by the University of South Florida Symphonic Band, 1999

Untitled Walk #3 Installation (tape, performance art)
Multimedia collaboration, Florida International University, 2004

US vs. Them (percussion ensemble, video, tape, performance art)
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
Millikin State University Percussion Ensemble, Albert Taylor Theater, Illinois 2008
Article “US vs. Them: The Creation of a Digital Audiovisual Landscape” (Percussive Notes), 2006
Kansas State University Percussion Ensemble, McCain Auditorium 2005

Valley of the Shadow (stop motion animation/score)
Score only, Origins album, CD Baby, 2008
EARS: Electroacoustic and Research Society Inaugural Video Concert (Florida
International University), 2004

Virelaan (Percussion Ensemble, Handbell Choir, Video, Tape)

i Percussion Ensemble, 2009

Millikin University Percussion Ensemble, Albert Taylor Theater, 2008

“Voices of the Churen” (film score, main title)
Directed by Kalup Linzy, New York International Independent Film Festival, NY 2002
CD Release Conversations wit de Churen 2: All My Churen, R-4U Productions, 2002

“The War” (film score)
Finalist in Miramax Project Greenlight Competition, 2002

Warrior Poet (symphonic band) Contemporary Music Festival (Tampa), University of South Florida Symphonic Band, 2000

WKMS Radio (jingles)
WKMS NPR Radio Station in Western Kentucky, 2009

World Order #1 (dance mix)
Origins Album, CD Baby, 2008
Art@Radio, University of Maryland, 2004

World Order #2 (video/score)
DVD Compilation Release of Cinema for Peace 2003 Istanbul, Turkey, 2006
Cinema for Peace (Turkey), 2003
IEEE and Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) conference, 2003

World Order #4 (cello, narrator, percussion, performance artists, piano, tape, video)
Florida International University New Music Ensemble Concert, Florida International New Music Ensemble, 2004
Florida International University Student Composer Concert, Florida International New Music Ensemble, 2004

World Order #5 (percussion ensemble, video, tape)

University of Northern Colorado, 2009
Angel Moving Image Festival, London 2009

Murray State University New Music Concert, 2009

Feminist Theory and Music Conference 2009 at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro 2009

Kansas State University Percussion Ensemble 2008

Recipient of American Music Center CAP Grant 2008

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