Compositions

 

By Type

  • Water Pail (2021) 8 large cooking oil drums, 8 transducers, 4 audio playback devices with amplifiers, exposed speaker, finger cymbals, metal güiro, water, brushes, soft and rubber mallets – for solo percussionist. 
  • Ontogeny (2019) (in-progres) for piccolo and electronic playback
  • Hyperbodies (2015)  for robot piano 10’29” [MIDI]
  • Mapping Australia (2014) – for piano and electronics with video score 7′ [multimedia]
  • Serpentine (2017) for erhu and percussion 7′ [multimedia]
  • Memory Tape (2015) – for cello, trombone, and recorded media 11′
  • Undulations (2014) – for two soprano saxophones 6’09”
  • Miniatures (2018) for piano, flute, cello, percussion, with electronics and field recordings [for a website]
  • A Sense of Space (2015/16) for flute, nylon guitar, and soprano with percussion 10′
  • Whale Fall (2021) for flute, violin, cello, e-bass, piano, percussion, electronics, video, and spoken word (dream recall recordings). 
  • Animal (2015) for violin, cello, percussion, keyboard, and choir with video score 10′ [multimedia]
  • Antibiosis (2011) – for chamber ensemble and recorded media 10’25″
  • The Expansive Water (2010) – for chamber orchestra 7’36″
  • Finding Kensho (2012) – for chamber orchestra – Premiered by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra 8’15″
  • Whale Fall (2021) – electronic part and spoken word (dream recall recording) 7’52”
  • Temporal Planes (2013) – Electronic Media [Recording] – Performed and Recorded by Entoptic Ensemble – 17’04″
  • Dream Recorder (2020) for a dreamt sub-contrabass recorder (part of the imaginary sound art series)
  • Rush tones  (2020) for one or more accordions along a river stream (part of the imaginary sound art series)
  • Water Pail (2021) 8 large cooking oil drums, 8 transducers, 4 audio playback devices with amplifiers, exposed speaker, finger cymbals, metal güiro, water, brushes, soft and rubber mallets – for solo percussionist. 
  • The Glass of Imagination (2020) is a website containing video samples of singing wine glasses and bells ringing, tuned to different microtonal pitches, to be performed on multiple devices.
  • Copy-Make (2015) Interactive video installation, made as part of ‘Composition Beyond Music’, in Graz, Austria.

.Full list (from newest to oldest)

  • Whale Fall (2021) for flute, violin, cello, e-bass, piano, percussion, electronics, video, and spoken word (dream recall recordings). 

  • Water Pail (2021) 8 large cooking oil drums, 8 transducers, 4 audio playback devices with amplifiers, exposed speaker, finger cymbals, metal güiro, water, brushes, soft and rubber mallets – for solo percussionist. To be realised as a performance or as part of a sound art installation.

 Future iterations of this work can include any number of these pails (10, 16, 21, 40 etc.) so that they fill an entire space. It can also be redesigned for any number of percussionists. The piece was first exhibited at World Square, Sydney, as part of the Now You Hear Her festival. Curated by Lamorna Nightingale, Bree van Reyk and Damian Barbeler, from the 8 March to 11 April 2021- A festival dedicated to great women.

  • Rush tones  (2020) for one or more accordions along a river stream (part of the imaginary sound art series)
  • Ontogeny (2019) (in-progres) for piccolo and electronic playback
  • Miniatures (2018) for piano, flute, cello, percussion, with electronics and field recordings [for a website]
  • Serpentine (2017) for erhu and percussion 7′ [multimedia]

PhD Portfolio:

  • A Sense of Space (2015/16) for flute, nylon guitar, and soprano with percussion 10′
  • Animal (2015) for violin, cello, percussion, keyboard, and choir with video score 10′ [multimedia]
  • Copy-Make (2015) Interactive video installation, made as part of ‘Composition Beyond Music’, in Graz, Austria.
  • Memory Tape (2015) – for cello, trombone, and recorded media 11′
  • Mapping Australia (2014) – for piano and electronics with video score 7′ [multimedia]
  • Undulations (2014) – for two soprano saxophones 6’09”

Independent Collaboration

  • Temporal Planes (2013) – Electronic Media [Recording] – Performed and Recorded by Entoptic Ensemble – 17’04″

Masters of Arts (Honours) Portfolio:

  • Finding Kensho (2012) – for chamber orchestra – Premiered by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra 8’15″
  • Antibiosis (2011) – for chamber ensemble and recorded media 10’25″
  • The Expansive Water (2010) – for chamber orchestra 7’36″

Scores are available to purchase here at the Australian Music Centre website.