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Cello Concerto (2012)

for Olly Coates
Solo Cello & Orchestra, 18'

When the Barbican asked me to write a concerto for Olly Coates and the Britten Sinfonia, I immediately started making plans. I wanted to write something formally traditional (fast-slow-fast) but with steadily developing content. The first movement is angular, the second supple, and the third motoric; there is constant progression and no looking back. The […]

Confessions (2008)

Voice & Baroque Ensemble, 48'

Confessions, a collaboration between the acclaimed American composer Nico Muhly and the Faroese singer/songwriter Teitur, on October 21, 2016; the vinyl edition is due November 4. The two musicians began work on the project when Muhly was composer-in-residence at Muziekgebouw Eindhoven in the Netherlands. The songs’ lyrics were inspired by or culled from video and […]

Control (Five Landscapes for Orchestra (2015)


Commissioned by Utah Symphony in grateful tribute to Patricia A. Richards. Support provided by Wells Fargo and friends of Patricia A. Richards and the Sounds of Science Commissioning Club. Control (Five Landscapes for Orchestra) is a sequence of five episodes describing, in some way, an element of Utah’s natural environment, as well as the ways […]

Detailed Instructions (2010)

Orchestra, 18'

Commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, Alan Gilbert, Music Director as part of Contact! The New Music Series.

Double Standard (2012)

Two Solo Percussionists and Orchestra, 16'

Commissioned by The Tromp Percussion Competition Eindhoven and Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven.

Drones on “Oh Lord, Whose Mercies Numberless” (2009)

Countertenor & Orchestra, 4' 42''

Fits & Bursts (2002)

for Richard Fisher & Jeannie Donovan Fisher
Orchestra, 6'

Fits & Bursts was commissioned by Bard College to commemorate the occasion of the naming of their new performing arts center, the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts. As a piece of music designed to celebrate a site of artistic production, Fits & Bursts attempts to mimic one of the most frustrating and […]


Large Orchestra, 23'

Gait was commissioned by the BBC for the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and first performed on 1st August 2012 at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, subsequently at Snape Maltings Concert Hall on 2nd August and at the Royal Albert Hall, London on 4th August as part of the BBC Proms 2012 season, by the National […]

Impossible Things (2010)

Tenor, Violin, and String Orchestra, 27' 30''

Commissioned by Britten Sinfonia, Muziekcentrum Frits Philips and Tapiola Sinfonietta. Britten Sinfonia is grateful to Arts Council England for making this commission possible. PART I THE HEREAFTER (1892) I believe in the Hereafter. Material appetites or love for the real don’t beguile me. It’s not habit but instinct. The heavenly word will be added to […]

It Remains to be Seen (2006)

Commissioned by the Boston University Tanglewood Institute for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute 40th Anniversary Gala Concert
Orchestra, 11'

It Remains to be Seen was written for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute’s 40th Anniversary Gala in July 2006.

Let the Night Perish (Job’s Curse) (2010)

Tenor & String Orchestra, 4' 26"

Commissioned by Britten Sinfonia.

Looking Forward (2012)

Picc, Flute, Oboe/Cor Anglais, Bass Clarinet in Bb, 2 Bassoon, Horn in F, 2 Trumpet in Bb, Tam-Tam, Bass Drum, SSAATTBB, Celesta, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Violoncello, Contrabass, 6'

Looking Forward was written for the 20th anniversary of the Britten Sinfonia. and, at their request, dovetails with Henry Purcell’s setting of Psalm 102. I have chosen fragments from the same psalm to set in a harmonic landscape that alternates between drone-based diatonicism and more confusing chromaticism, stolen from Purcell’s keening and twisted vocal lines. […]

Mixed Messages (2015)

Yannick Ne?zet-Se?guin and the Philadelphia Orchestra

Commissioned and Premiered by The Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Ne?zet-Se?guin, Music Director. The first performance took place on 13 May 2015 at Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, USA.

Order of Operations (2013)

Orchestra, 9:12

Order of Operations is an orchestra piece in three large sections: fast, medium, and slow; structurally, it resists traditional symphonic structure. The first section is essentially a perpetual motion machine with hiccoughs and interruptions. The second section is an obsessive harmonic process, creeping slowly up from lower instruments to higher, but never exploring the extremes. […]

Out of the Loop (2003)

Orchestra, 15'

There are two distinct sets of material at play in Out of the Loop. The first is a clear, sterile pulsing””highly organized and mathematically informed. The second set of material (which exists primarily in the background) is a tonally and rhythmically flexible mess of sorts, involving more shimmering, aggressive and antagonistic material. For the most […]

Pleasure Ground (2014)

Baritone & Orchestra, 20'

Commissioned by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and The MusicNOW Festival in honor of Louis Langre?e with support from Ann and Harry Santen. Texts compiled by Tyne Rafaeli from the writings of Frederick Law Olmsted. I have long been interested in Frederick Law Olmsted; as a New Yorker, I am surrounded by his work. More so, […]

Reynardine (2013)

Voice & Orchestra, 3'

Traditional English folk song arranged for Aurora Orchestra.

Seeing is Believing (2007)

for Thomas Gould, Nicholas Collon and Aurora Orchestra
solo electric six-string violin and chamber orchestra

Seeing is Believing references the exciting and superstitious practice of observing and mapping the sky; while writing it, I wanted to mimic the process by which, through observation, a series of points becomes a line ““ this seemed like the most appropriate way to think about a soloist versus an orchestra. The electric violin is […]

Sentences (2015)

Countertenor & Orchestra, 30'

This commission was supported by the generosity and vision of donors to Britten Sinfonia’s Musically Gifted campaign. Principal Commissioner Meredith Lloyd-Evans and Lisa Buckby,Neil Burns, Clare Drummond, Diana FoxBrindle, Roy & Barbara Hall, Will Harriss, Ivor Hunt, Michael McManus, Ashil Mistry, Bryan Orman & Patricia West Hannah Perks, Helen Phillips, Sue Prickett, John & Penelope […]

So Far So Good (2011)

Orchestra, 20'

Commissioned by Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra (lead commissioner), Edwin Outwater, Music Director, Seattle Symphony Orchestra and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. So Far So Good is the first piece of non-programmatic orchestral music I’ve written in about five years. It was simultaneously thrilling and unnerving to write something without a dramatic structure helping me along. As such, the […]

So to Speak (2004)

for Amiel Melnick, Fervent Polyglot
Orchestra, 8'

So to Speak (After Thomas Tallis) is an extended meditation on an anthem for Pentecost by Thomas Tallis entitled Loquebantur Variis Linguis (they spoke in many tongues). After organizing the material for the piece, I wrote a melody that works against, underneath, and above Tallis’s lines to create counterpoint made of old and new elements. […]

The Edge of the World (2011)

for Ryan, Melody, Gregory, Deondra & Desirae Brown
Five Pianos and Orchestra, 16'

Commissioned by Ravinia Festival. The first performance took place on 9 August 2011 by The 5 Browns, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by James Conlon.


Orchestra, 5'

Commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Tvi?so?ngur is a specific type of Icelandic two-part singing found both in manuscripts and in oral traditions. Some of the tradition seems, like much early music, to stem from an exercise in voice-leading, and other examples are more social, impromptu, and secular. These arrangements attempt to frame the tradition […]

Two Motets (2009)

Chamber Orchestra

William Byrd’s music has always fascinated me both as a composer and as an erstwhile choirboy; on the page it looks like so little, but then in its realisation, an enormous emotional landscape unfolds. When Nick Collon asked if I might try to orchestrate a few motets for Aurora, I jumped at the chance. There […]

Viola Concerto (2014)

for Nadia, friend and teacher
Viola & Orchestra, 24'

Co-commissioned by Orquesta y Coro Nacionales de España, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Festival de Saint Denis and the National Arts Centre Orchestra and Alexander Shelley, Music Director Designate. First performed on 6 February 2015 by Nadia Sirota (viola) and Orquesta Nacionales de España, conducted by Nicholas Collon. My viola concerto (2014) has a traditional structure: a […]

Wish You Were Here (2007)

for those who are in danger by reason of their labor or their travel
Orchestra, 10'

I’ve always suspected that cartoons and illustrations do a better job capturing the emotional content of the unknown than pictures and first-hand narration. I have a picture in my head of the illustrators of the 1940s and 1950, holed up in Belgium drawing the tribal peoples of the Congo, or in California articulating gorgeous Arabian […]