What the River Doesn’t Say About Itself (2022) [video-essay] 3 musicians on boats on The River Goolay’ari. Journal of Embodied Research, as part of their special issue on ‘Ecologies of Embodiment‘, collaboration with The Music Box Project – 8’56”
Whale FalI (2021)
for flute, violin, cello, e-bass, piano, percussion, electronics, video, and spoken word (dream recall recordings). Performance was on the 4 July 2021 with Ensemble New Babylon, Theater am Leibnizplatz, Schulstraße, Bremen, Germany. link video
for erhu and percussion with video and spoken word – 8′
Premiere: 20 July 2017, Claire Edwardes (percussion), Lui Ying (erhu), Aden Rolfe (poet) at The Playhouse, Western Sydney University, Penrith Campus (Kingswood), in Australia. link to video
A Sense of Space (2015/16)
for flute, guitar, and soprano with percussion – 10′
Premiere: 5 March 2016, Alba Bru Carci (flute), Diego Castro Magaš (guitar), Peyee Chen (soprano/percussion) St. Paul’s Hall, University of Huddersfield, UK. link to video
for violin, ‘cello, percussion, keyboard, and choir with video score – 10′ [and video]
Premiere: 16 April 2015, Warwick Stengårds (conductor), Elizabeth Layton (violin), Simon Cobcroft (‘cello), Gabriella Smart (piano), Andrew Penrose (percussion), and the Adelaide Philharmonic Choir. Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum, University of South Australia, Australia. link to audio
Mapping Australia (2014)
for piano, electronics with video score – 7′ [and video]
Premiere: 30 August 2014, Tamara Anna Cislowska (piano)
Playing with Fire Event, Performance Space, Western Sydney University, Australia. link to video
Second Performance: 4 November 2014, Gabriella Smart (piano)
Soundstream’s Emerging Composers Forum, Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, Australia.
for two soprano saxophones – 6’09”
Premiere: 3 November 2014, Tokyo University Players, Asian Music Festival, ACL Young Composer’s Competition, Minato Mirai Hall, Yokohama, Japan.
Temporal Planes (2013)
For electronic media – 17’04”
Premiere: 10 March 2013, Broadcast on Kunstradio, Austria, by Frequency Oz.
Finding Kensho (2012)
for chamber orchestra – 8’15”
Premiere: 28 January, 2012, Benjamin Northey (conductor) Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Southbank Centre, Melbourne.
for chamber ensemble: flute (including piccolo), clarinet, tenor sax, piano, percussion, cello and recorded media – 10’25′′ Not yet premiered. [Film shown in a concert at Western Sydney University, 2011] link to video
The Expansive Water (2010) for chamber orchestra – 7’36′′ Not yet premiered. [Film shown in a concert at Western Sydney University, 2010]