Recent and upcoming performances

2017
The Dove Is Sad for piano, St. Paul, Minnesota, April 22. Matthew McCright, piano.
In the Balance for orchestra, Boston, March 11. Symphony Hall, Massachusetts All-State Orchestra; Louis Bergonzi, conductor.
Hox for saxophone quartet, Tallahassee, Florida, February 3. Florida State University Festival of New Music.
Indian Hedgehog for alto saxophone & electronics, Washington DC, January 7. US Navy Band Saxophone Symposium, George Mason University; Christopher Anderson, saxophone.

2016
Indian Hedgehog for alto saxophone & electronics, Urbana, November 17. Christopher Anderson, saxophone.
The Dove Is Sad for piano, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, November 16. Matthew McCright, piano.
The Dove Is Sad for piano, Eagan, Minnesota, October 31. Matthew McCright, piano.
for Steven Stucky for horn, violin and piano, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 16. Bernhard Scully with the Bakken Trio.
Kinesin for doublebass, Indianapolis, IN, October 12. Michael Cameron, doublebass; also performances in Urbana (Oct. 10) and Ball State University (Oct. 14).
In the Balance for orchestra, Notre Dame, Indiana, September 22. Reading session with Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Stowe, conductor.
World without Words for 13 saxophones, Manchester, UK, May 31. Manchester Saxophone Project, Royal Northern College of Music.
selections from Seven Memorials for piano, Urbana, April 13. Matthew McCright, piano.
Everywhere Entangled for 12 percussionists, Normal, IL, April 10. ISU Percussion Ensemble, David Collier, director.
Writhe 2 for six players & electronics, Normal, IL, April 5. ensemble mise-en, Moon Young Ha, conductor.
Further performances in Jacksonville, Urbana and Chicago.
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, Rochester, NY, March 19. Duo Ogni Suono: Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones.
Hox for saxophone quartet, Denton, Texas, March 11. North American Saxophone Association; Quadrivium Quartet.
Writhe 2 for six players & electronics, Urbana, March 11. Illinois Modern Ensemble, Stephen Andrew Taylor, conductor.
Indian Hedgehog for alto saxophone & electronics, Denton, Texas, March 11. North American Saxophone Association; Debra Richtmeyer, saxophone.
Pulse Aria for viola & electronics, Antwerp, Belgium, March 5. Katelijne Onsia, viola.
Writhe 2 for six players & electronics, New York City, February 19. ensemble mise-en, Moon Young Ha, conductor.
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, Riverside, CA, February 10. Duo Ogni Suono: Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones.
selections from Seven Memorials for piano, Minneapolis, January 24. Matthew McCright, piano.
In the Balance for orchestra, Urbana, January 18. East Central Illinois Youth Orchestra, Stephen Andrew Taylor, conductor.
In the Balance for orchestra, Indianapolis, January 17. Indiana All-State Orchestra; Louis Bergonzi, conductor.

2015
"Satellite" from Seven Memorials and The Dove Is Sad for piano, Urbana, November 18. William Heiles, piano.
Variations Ascending for piano, SubCulture, New York City, October 13. Ian Hobson, piano. New York Times review, October 14.
Indian Hedgehog for alto saxophone & electronics, Atlanta, Georgia, September 12. Georgia State University; Debra Richtmeyer, saxophone.
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics, Urbana, August 30. Rudolf Haken, viola.
Indian Hedgehog, Strasbourg, France, July 12. Debra Richtmeyer, saxophone (premiere).
Hox for saxophone quartet, Strasbourg, France, July 11. Quadrivium Quartet (premiere).
Two Spirituals for winds, percussion & soprano, Nashville, TN, March 28. Ollie Watts Davis with the Illinois Wind Symphony, Linda Moorhouse, director.
Shindychew Dances for chamber orchestra, Syracuse, NY, March 26. Syracuse University Contemporary Music Ensemble, Stephen Ferre, director.
Four Spirituals for soprano and string quartet, based on arrangements by Burleigh et al., Urbana, IL, February 22. Ollie Watts Davis and the Jupiter Quartet.

2014
Writhe for chamber quintet & electronics, DiMenna Center, NYC, November 21. Nouveau Classical Project, Stephen Andrew Taylor, conductor.
Kinesin for solo cello, DiMenna Center, NYC, November 21. Kivie Cahn-Lipman, cello.
Writhe for chamber quintet & electronics, Stony Brook, NY, November 13. Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, Eduardo Leandro, conductor. Also played at Roulette, November 14.
Four Spirituals for soprano and string quartet, Monticello, IL, September 19. Ollie Watts Davis and the Jupiter Quartet, Allerton Barn Music Festival.
Kinesin for solo doublebass, Krakow, Poland, August 20. Michael Cameron, doublebass.
Sonic Hedgehog for flute, harp & electronics, Sydney, Australia, July 24. Aletheia Duo, Jonathan Keeble and Ann Yeung.
In the Balance for orchestra, Eugene, Oregon, January 19. Oregon All-State Orchestra; Donald Schleicher, conductor.

2013
The Dove Is Sad for piano, Tallahassee, Florida, October 11. Ligeti conference, Florida State University; Joanne Chang, piano.
Viriditas for wind ensemble, Urbana, Illinois, September 27. Illinois Wind Symphony; Linda Moorhouse, conductor.
Paradises Lost chamber version, Toronto, August 13. SummerWorks festival; Stephen Andrew Taylor, conductor. Review.
Avim's Song for viola, London, May 23. Royal Trinity College, London, UK; Giulia Ceroni, viola.
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, East coast tour, May 9-12. Duo Ogni Suono: Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones.
Ubiquitin for harpsichord, Los Angeles, April 30. Piano Spheres concert series; Gloria Cheng, harpsichord (premiere).
Unfurl for two harps, Denver, Colorado, March 9. Duo Scorpio: Kathryn Andrews and Kristi Shade, harps.
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, Texas tour, February 21-23. Duo Ogni Suono: Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones.
"The Nothing Outside," aria from Paradises Lost, New York City, January 10. Caroline Worra, soprano; Jennifer Peterson, piano.

2012
Unfurl for two harps, Bloomington, Indiana, December 8. Holographic concert, Emily Levin and Liza Wallace, harps.
Nebula for cello, Seattle, Washington, December 1. Dmitry Kouzov, cello.
"Black Smoker" from Seven Memorials for piano, Steinway of Spokane, Spokane, Washington, November 30. Kristin Elgersma, piano.
Shindychew Dances for harp, Jaffa, Israel, November 29. 18th International Harp Contest; NoŽl Wan, harp.
Nebula for cello, Urbana, Illinois, November 16. Dmitry Kouzov, cello.
Nebulae for harp and live electronics, Louisville, Kentucky, November 7. Rosanna Shafer, harp.
Insulin for soprano saxophone and harp, American University, Washington D.C., October 31. Pictures on Silence, Noah Getz and Jacqueline Pollauf.
"Black Smoker" from Seven Memorials for piano, Milsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi, October 3. Kristin Elgersma, piano. Also perforomed on tour at the University of Idaho Lionel Hampton School of Music (Moscow), September 20; University of Arkansas-Little Rock, September 27; and Norman, Oklahoma, for the University of Oklahoma MTNA Collegiate Chapter, September 28.
Shindychew Dances for flute and harp, Lake Como Festival, Italy, September 26. Alethia Duo, Jonathan Keeble and Ann Yeung (premiere of flute and harp version).
Pulse Aria/Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, Lake Como Festival, Italy, September 26. Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Shindychew Dances for wind ensemble, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, September 21. Rob Rumbelow, conductor (premiere).
"Plateau" from Seven Memorials for piano, Peoria, Illinois, August 10. John Orfe, piano.
Insulin for harp and soprano saxophone, Bridges Conference, Towson, Maryland, July 29. Picture on Silence, Noah Getz, saxophone; Jacqueline Pollauf, harp (premiere).
"Satellite" from Seven Memorials for piano, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, July 13. Gloria Cheng, piano. (Review from the Washington Post, July 15.)
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, World Saxophone Congress, Scotland, July 12. Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones.
Paradises Lost premiere, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, April 26-29. Rob Rumbelow, conductor; Ricardo Herrera, director.
Decohere for soprano and baritone saxophones, NASA, Tempe, Arizona, March 17. Phil Pierick and Noa Even, saxophones (premiere).
Quark Shadows for horn, viola, bass and piano, Portland, Oregon, March 16. Friends of Rain Ensemble.
In the Balance for orchestra, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minnesota All-State Orchestra, February 7. Louis Bergonzi, director.
Scenes from Paradises Lost, Portland, Oregon, January 20. Third Angle ensemble; Stephen Taylor, conductor. Concert version of excerpts from the first act, arranged for four singers and six instruments.

2011
Scenes from Paradises Lost, Urbana, December 1 and 2. U of I Opera Studio, Ricardo Herrera, director; Stephen Taylor, conductor.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, Eastman School of Music, November 17. Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Also performed November 16 at Interlochen Arts Academy, Michigan.
Shindychew Dances for harp, Bloomington, Indiana, October 1. Ann Yeung, harp.
In the Balance for orchestra, Duluth, Minnesota, August 5. Minnesota All-State Orchestra, Louis Bergonzi, director.
Shindychew Dances for harp, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 26. World Harp Congress; Ann Yeung, harp (premiere).
The Dove Is Sad for piano, Ohio, June. Borah Kang, piano.
Wind Moving Colors in the Air for chamber orchestra, Charleston, South Carolina, May 30. Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Sergei Pavlov, conductor (premiere).
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, Denton, Texas, May 20. Texas Flute Festival; Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Scenes from Paradises Lost, Urbana, April 15 and 17. U of I Opera Studio, Ricardo Herrera, director; Stephen Taylor, conductor.
In the Balance for orchestra, Naperville, Illinois, April 12. Neuqua Valley Symphony Orchestra, Greg Schwaegler, director.
The Floating World for orchestra, Charleston, Illinois, April 10. Eastern Illinois University Symphony, Sergei Pavlov, conductor.
Everywhere Entangled for percussion ensemble, Lousiville, Kentucky, April 3. University of Kentucky Percussion Ensemble, James Campbell, director.
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics, April 2. Docha Festival, Champaign; Rudolf Haken, viola. Also touring in Germany and France in May.
Storm Large in concert with the Oregon Symphony, March 4. Featuring 13 of my arrangements and orchestrations of music by Storm, David Bowie, the Pixies, etc.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, San Francisco, February 25. O1C concert series; Jonathan Keeble, flute.

2010
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, November 7. University of Akron; Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Nebulae
for harp, electronics, and projected images by Hua Nian, November 6. Third Practice festival, Richmond, Virginia. Ann Yeung, harp.
Everywhere Entangled
for percussion ensemble, Houston, November 1. University of Houston Percussion Ensemble, Blake Wilkins, director.
Also performed at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) in Indianapolis, and on tour through the midwest, Nov. 10-13.
Nebulae for harp, electronics, and projected images by Hua Nian, October 23. Brave New Works, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Amy Ley, harp.
Excerpts from Seven Memorials for piano, Urbana, July 28. Casey Dierlam, piano.
Unreturned (Calamus #39)
for baritone and cello (text by Walt Whitman), Brooklyn, NY, June 21. Grant Clarke, baritone; Karen Poleshuck, cello.
Nebulae for harp and electronics, The Hague, Netherlands, June 9. Angelica Vazquez, harp.
The Dove Is Sad
for piano, Cleveland, OH, May 17. Borah Kang, piano.
Unreturned (Calamus #39)
for baritone and cello (text by Walt Whitman), New York City, May 28. Grant Clarke, baritone; Karen Poleshuck, cello.
The Machine Awakes
for mezzo-soprano and electronics, Brooklyn, NY, April 16. Abigail Fischer, mezzo-soprano.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby
for flute and electronics, Madison, WI, April 12. Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Excerpts from Paradises Lost, opera-in-progress, New York City, April 2-3. operamission, directed by Jennifer Peterson.
World Without Words, Athens, Georgia, March 4. UI Saxophone Ensemble, directed by Debra Richtmeyer.

2009
In the Balance, Urbana, December 9. University of Illinois Symphony, conducted by Zachary Carretin.
What Falls Away Is Always for horn and marimba, Miami, November 13. University of Miami DMA recital, Casey Maltese, horn; Brandon Kunka, marimba.
Opera Briefs, Toronto, September 25-27. Three new opera scenes written for Tapestry New Opera; directed by Wayne Strongman; libretti by Marjorie Chan, Anna Chatterton, and Bernard MacLaverty.
Agoraphobia
for flute, harp and electronics, New York City, August 15. Jonathan Keeble, flute; Ann Yeung, harp; Stephen Taylor, laptop; National Flute Association. Montreal, August 19; International Computer Music Conference.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics, Fernie, British Columbia, July 19. Jonathan Keeble, flute.

In the Balance for orchestra, Urbana, June 21. Illinois Summer Youth Music, Louis Bergonzi, director.
Pulse Aria
for flute and electronics, Texas Tech University, Denton, TX, April 4. Jonathan Keeble, flute.
My Mother's Ring
, a chamber opera for four singers and ensemble, Toronto, March 26-29. Tapestry New Opera, Wayne Strongman, artistic and music director.
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics, Concordia College, Moorhead, MN, March 17. Kate Hamilton, viola.
The God Particle for solo contrabass, Urbana, March 12. Michael Cameron, bass.
What Falls Away Is Always for horn and marimba, Cullowhee, North Carolina, March 8. Southeast Horn Workshop; Leslie Norton, horn; Chris Norton, marimba.
The Machine Awakes for soprano, chamber orchestra and electronics, Urbana, IL, March 7. Amy van Roekel with Sinfonia da Camera, conducted by Stephen Taylor.
"The Orchestra" for soprano and piano, Brooklyn, NY, March 1. Alissa Rose, soprano; Jennifer Peterson, piano.
Agoraphobia for flute, harp and electronics, Mexico City, Feb. 15. Jonathan Keeble, flute; Ann Yeung, harp; Stephen Taylor, laptop. (Concert also inclued Nebulae for harp and electronics, and Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics.)
Viriditas for flute, viola and harp, Chicago, February 7. The Debussy Trio, Lyon & Healy Concert Series.
"The Orchestra" for soprano and piano, Mansfield, PA, February 1. Alissa Rose, soprano; Jennifer Peterson, piano.
In the Balance for orchestra, Peoria, IL, January 30. University Philharmonia, Louis Bergonzi, director.

2008
The Dove Is Sad for piano, Belgrade, Serbia, November 21. 17th International Review of Composers concert.
In the Balance
for orchestra, Urbana, IL, October 19. University Philharmonia, Louis Bergonzi, director.
Agoraphobia for flute, harp, electronics and interactive video, Urbana, IL, Sept. 27. Jonathan Keeble, flute; Ann Yeung, harp; Bang on a Can marathon concert.
The Floating World for orchestra, Urbana, IL, September 19. University of Illinois Symphony, Donald Schleicher, director.
Agoraphobia, Amsterdam, July 18. Jonathan Keeble, flute; Ann Yeung, harp; World Harp Congress.
Silent Black Outside for Gamelan Semara Dana with electronics. The Bali Art Festival, Denpasar, June 21. East West Ensemble, I Ketut Gede Asnawa, director, with Stephen Taylor, laptop (Urbana performance on April 19).
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou for Pink Martini and orchestra. Pink Martini with the Colorado Symphony, Denver, Colorado, May 2.
Agoraphobia for flute and harp (acoustic version), Belgrade, April 14. Jonathan Keeble, flute; Ann Yeung, harp.
Duo for flute and clarinet, Arizona Flute Fair, April 12; Arizona State University, April 13. Kim Risinger, flute; David Gresham, clarinet.
The Machine Awakes for soprano and piano. University of Louisville, April 9.
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics. University of San Diego, April 9. Chia-Ying Hsu, viola.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou for Pink Martini and orchestra. Pink Martini with the Miami Pops Orchestra, Carnival Center, Miami, March 21.
Seven microworlds for flute, guitar and electronics, Illinois State University, March 18. Kim Risinger, flute; Angelo Favis, guitar.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou for Pink Martini and orchestra. Pink Martini with the National Symphony, Washington, DC, February 28-March 1.

2007
Two scenes from Paradises Lost, an opera-in-progress. American Opera Projects, New York City, October 12-13. Steven Osgood, artistic and music director.
Four opera scenes, collaborations with writers Taylor Graham, Marcia Johnson, Alicia Payne, and Sandy Pool. Opera Briefs 7, Toronto Ontario, September 28-29. Tapestry New Opera Works, Wayne Strongman, artistic and music director.
The Floating World
for orchestra. Illinois Summer Youth Music, Urbana, June 23. Donald Schleicher, conductor.
Nebulae
for harp, electronics and video. American Harp Society summer institute, Chicago, June 20. Ann Yeung, harp.
Viriditas for flute, viola and harp. The Debussy Trio, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 17. (also broadcast on KMZT)
The Machine Awakes for soprano and piano (premiere). Text from the novel Galatea 2.2 by Richard Powers; premiered with a reading by Mr. Powers from his novel. Caroline Worra, soprano; Ling-Ti Huang, piano. Illinois One State Conference, Urbana, May 17.
"The Nothing Outside" and "Errors," two arias from the opera-in-progress Paradises Lost; and "The Orchestra," based on a poem by Kim Stanley Robinson. American Opera Projects song concert; Caroline Worra, soprano; Matthew Curran, bass; Abby Fischer, mezzo-soprano; Jennifer Peterson and Kelly Horsted, piano. New York City, May 11-12.
Seven Microworlds
for flute, guitar and electronics. University of North Texas Contemporary Music Ensemble (Elizabeth McNutt, director), April 9.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou
for Pink Martini and orchestra. Pink Martini with the Orchestre National d'Ile de France, Paris, March 25.
Viriditas
for flute, viola and harp. The Debussy Trio, Bel Air, California, March 25.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou
for Pink Martini and orchestra. Pink Martini with the BBC Orchestra, London, March 21.
The Dove Is Sad
for piano. Amy Dissanayake, UIUC, March 7; Chicago, February 13.
Seven Microworlds
for flute, guitar and electronics. Light in Winter Festival, Ithaca, NY, January 27. Wendy Mehne, flute; Pablo Cohen, guitar.
The Dove Is Sad for piano (premiere). William Heiles, UIUC, January 23.

2006
Nebulae for harp, electronics and video. International Computer Music Conference, New Orleans, November 9. Ann Yeung, harp.
Flow for recorder quartet and chamber orchestra. Quartet New Generation with the New Philharmonic, Kirk Muspratt, director, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, October 20-21.
Movements from Seven Memorials for piano. Gloria Cheng, Piano Spheres recital, Los Angeles, September 19.
Movements from Seven Memorials for piano. Gloria Cheng, Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music, July 30.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou for Pink Martini and orchestra. San Francisco Symphony with Pink Martini, July 28.
Excerpts from a chamber opera in progress, Paradises Lost. New York City Opera VOX 2006: Showcasing American Composers. Skirball Center, Washington Square Park South, New York, May 6-7. Steven Jarvi, conductor.
Nebulae for harp, electronics and video. University of Illinois, April 11. Ann Yeung, harp.
Nebulae
. SEAMUS national conference, the University of Oregon, Eugene, April 1. Ann Yeung, harp.
Paradises Lost excerpts, University of Illinois New Music Ensemble, March 15. Stephen Taylor, conductor.
Achoo Lullaby. University of Iowa, February 25. Jonathan Keeble, flute.

2005
Pulse Aria (version for flute and electronics). Illinois State University, November 6. Kim Risinger, flute.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby
(version for viola and electronics). Vanderbilt University, Nashville, October 19. Daniel Reinker, viola. (also broadcast on Nashville's NPR affiliate)
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby
(version for flute and electronics). National Flute Association Convention, San Jose, CA, August 12. Jonathan Keeble, flute.
Two movements from Seven Memorials for piano. Srinakharinwirot University Composition Festival, Bangkok, Thailand, July 28. Christopher McKiggan, piano.
Nebulae
for harp, electronics and video. World Harp Congress, Dublin, July. Ann Yeung, harp.
Viriditas for flute, harp and viola. The Debussy Trio, Naperville, Illinois, April 17.
Quark Shadows for horn, viola, doublebass and piano. Composers Inc. Ensemble, San Francisco, April 11.
Shattering Suns for wind ensemble with sampler. University of Massachusetts-Amherst wind ensemble, Laura Rexroth, director, March 7.
What Falls Away Is Always for horn and marimba. Jeff Matter, marimba; Anthony Licata, horn. Two UIUC student recitals, spring semester.
Two movements from Seven Memorials for piano. Western Illinois University New Music Festival, March 7-9. Eun-Jin Lee, piano. Further performances at UIUC.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for viola and electronics. Kansas City, Musica Nova ensemble, February 4.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou (Through Shadow) for Pink Martini and orchestra. Seattle Symphony, January 14.

2004
The Floating World for orchestra (premiere). Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, Chicago, 17 December. Libertyville High School Orchestra, Jeremy Marino, director.
Seven Microworlds for flute, guitar and electronics. Brigham Young University Contemporary Music Ensemble, 1 December. Morris Rosenzweig, director.
Seven Memorials for piano (premiere). Piano Spheres recital, Los Angeles, 26 October. Gloria Cheng, piano.
Sun Setting at Cannon Beach for SATB choir (premiere). UIUC Concert Choir, 22 October. Chet Alwes, director.
Transfiguration for SATB soloists with orchestra (premiere). Quad City Symphony, Davenport, IA, 2-3 October. Don Schleicher, director.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for viola and electronics. University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, 20 September. Dinorah Marquez, viola. (Also featured as part of an installation/performance art work by Raoul Deal and Leandro Soto, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, in April.)
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics. Venice, Italy, 1 July. International viola competition, Chia-Ying Hsu, viola.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou (Through Shadow) for Pink Martini and orchestra. Rochester Philharmonic, 27-28 February. Jeff Tyzik, conductor.
Seven Memorials for piano (preview performance of five movements). UIUC, 23 February. Gloria Cheng, piano.
The Surface of Last Scattering for winds and percussion (premiere). UIUC Wind Symphony, 18 February. James Keene, director.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for flute and electronics (premiere of flute version). Oklahoma public radio broadcast performance, 25 January. Jonathan Keeble, fl. Further performances at North Texas State University and UIUC.

2003
What Falls Away Is Always for horn and marimba (premiere). Christopher Norton, marimba; Leslie
Norton, horn. Nashville, May 4.
Unfurl for two harps. Ann Yeung and Kyo-Jin Lee, UIUC faculty recital, April 18.
Pulse Aria / Achoo Lullaby for viola and electronics. WILL Second Sunday concert, Krannert
Art Museum, Urbana, May 4; Rudolph Haken, viola.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou (Through Shadow) for Pink Martini (a Latin/dance group) and orchestra.
Performances in March and April by the Kansas City Symphony and Toronto Symphony.
Nebula for solo cello, UIUC composers concert, February 27. Laurien Laufman, cello.
In the Balance, Illinois Music Educators Association, February 1. Illinois All-State Orchestra, Don Schleicher, dir.

2002
In the Balance, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, October 19. Don Schleicher, dir.
Nebula for solo cello, UIUC faculty recital, September 21. Laurien Laufman, cello.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou (Through Shadow) for Pink Martini and orchestra. Performances in January,
May, June, August and September by the Nashville Symphony, Charlotte Symphony (NC),
New Jersey Symphony, Sunriver Festival Orchestra in Oregon, San Antonio Symphony.
Viriditas, St. Paul, American Harp Society Biennial Conference, June 20, the Debussy Trio.
Unfurl for two harps; World Harp Congress, Geneva, Switzerland, July 25. Ann Yeung and Kyo-Jin Lee, harps.
Pulse Aria for viola and electronics. UIUC faculty recital, November 5; Michigan City, Indiana, August 21; Rudolph Haken, viola.
Northwestern University student recital, June 5; Jill Fratianne, viola.
Seven Microworlds for flute, guitar and electronics. SEAMUS National Conference, University of
Iowa, April 4. Kim Risinger, flute; Angelo Favis, guitar.
Shattering Suns for winds and percussion; University of Illinois, March 1. UIUC Wind Symphony, James Keene, director.
Shadowed Sun, Ying Chen, flute; Adrian Griffin, trumpet; University of Illinois, February 24.
Quicksilver for horn, viola and oboe. Anne Kogan, UIUC student recital, February 11.

2001
Quark Shadows for horn, viola, doublebass, and piano, Chicago Symphony Center, November 18.
Musicians from the Chicago Symphony, MusicNOW concert series (premiere).
Pale Blue Dot for wind ensemble, Cornell University, October 30. Cornell Wind Ensemble, David
Conn, director.
Viriditas for flute, harp and viola, San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival, California, July 24. The Debussy Trio. Further performances in Los Angeles, Illinois State University, and the University of Illinois.
Seven Microworlds for flute, guitar, and electronics, Electronic Music at Lewis Festival, Romeoville,
Illinois, May 5. Kim Risinger, flute; Angelo Favis, guitar. Also performed at ISU, January 23.
In the Balance for orchestra, Peoria IL, April 22. Central Illinois Youth Symphony, Steven Huang,
director. Further performances in Illinois.
Pulse Aria/Achoo Lullaby, Christchurch, New Zealand, April 8. International Viola Congress, Kate Hamilton, viola.
Four Really Short Poems of A. R. Ammons for SATB chorus, Pittsburg State University, Kansas,
March 11 (first complete performance). University Chorus, Susan Marchant, director.
Areophany for SATB chorus, Illinois State University, March 4. University Chorus, James Major, director. Further performances in Illinois.
Chuan Yueh Yo Gou (Through Shadow), Eugene, Oregon, February 14. Pink Martini with the Eugene Symphony. Jacksonville, Florida, January 15-16. Pink Martini with the Jacksonville Symphony.

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