Compositions and Arrangements (mostly non-uke)

Please visit my welcome page for a virtual performance of one of my recent compositions.

I am honored to compose for the all-ages North Cambridge Family Opera Festival Chorus in their annual Cambridge Science Festival concerts.  Here are my science-themed songs from past performances. 

The following are are some of my compositions realized in midi.

Libera Nos (2022), for SSATB, with (unheard) lyrics based on the Catholic embolism prayer: “”Free us, we pray, from every evil. Grant us peace in our day… By your merciful help, may we always be free from sin and safe from all distress.” I started to write this piece in the fall of 2019, pre-Covid…


Lauda (2020), written for SSA choir but realized in midi woodwind trio:


Vigil for Max, an atonal string quartet inspired by Latin American rhythms:


An atonal chamber orchestra piece (which needs spoken narration) called The Little Bird that Fell:


A tonal string quartet study based on fragments of themes by composer and founder of The Boston Conservatory, Julius Eichberg:


A high school concert band piece, The Triumph of Grainne Mhaol:


On Sheet Music Plus, you will find some of my arrangements for ukulele, children’s choir and piano.