Chamber:

…when we say we see we hear, and when we say we hear we feel and when we say we feel we see and when we say we see we hear.

—Gertrude Stein

Click the following links to hear excerpts from a sampling of chamber works, songs, electronic works and sound installations:

In Defense of Our Overgrown Garden— solo voice song, from breath, song, poetry by Matthea Harvey, performed by Nihan Devecioglu, with live miking effects by Barkin Engin, from “breath, song.”

Unisphere — multichannel sound installation, created through a Harvestworks Artist-in-Residence fellowship.

Sisyphus Dreams of Sleep — clarinet, cello, piano, percussion (thumb piano, udu drum, frame drum), commissioned and performed by the New Renaissance Chamber Ensemble.

Around, Around and Away — from sound installation for Queens Museum of Art, with sculptor Luca Buvoli.

In the Garden — song, from cycle of songs on poetry by Ann Lauterbach, performed by Ann Jonsdottir (Iceland).

Overdoing It — baritone, clarinet, cello, vibraphone, poem by Piotr Sommer, excerpt performed by The Knights at Symphony Space. Commissioned by the Polish Institute.

Sestina — song for solo soprano (from cycle of songs for solo voice), poem by Elizabeth Bishop, performed by Victoria Atwater.

Wrong Song — Song for soprano performed by Anna Jonsdottir with Keith Kirchoff, piano, Roulette, NYC.