In Pace

For mezzo-soprano, choir, and historic wind quintet (2 cornets, 2 sackbuts, dulcian) on a poem by Robert Service. First performance: 2 November 2014 with Meagan Zantingh, mezzo-soprano, La Rose des Vents, and the Cantata Singers of Ottawa, Christopher Hossfeld conducting.

Fantasie in C

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For solo cello, 10 minutes. Comissioned by Harbourfront Centre for the Toronto Music Garden, September 2013. First performance by Kate Haynes in the Toronto Music Garden. Written in response to the solo cello suite in C Major by J. S. Bach.

Miss Julie

A one-act opera based on the play by August Strindberg, 26 minutes. First performance during VI:3, A Night of Student Opera Premiers, April 2002, Leverett House, Harvard University, sponsored by the Harvard-Radcliffe Contemporary Music Ensemble.

Three Miniatures

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Viola and Cello, 3 minutes. First performance: July 2001 at the American Conservatory, Palais de Fontainebleau, Fontainebleau, France. A severely concise duet for solo viola and cello in three parts.

one winter afternoon

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Tenor, flute, viola, and harp. 4 minutes. A setting of the poem by e. e. cummings. First performance: Spring 2000 at Harvard University as part of the Thelma Louise Goldberg Concert, a production of the Music Department.

stitch counting

A one-act opera based on four poems by e. e. cummings. 14 minutes. Music by Christopher Hossfeld. Orchestration: oboe, bass clarinet, piano, violin, cello, and singers. First performance during VI, A Night of Student Opera Premiers, November 1999, Harvard University; David Salvage, … Continued