Naseon I (2016), for hageum, 5’
commissioned and premiered by Sooyeon Lyuh
Pacific Rim Festival, Santa Cruz, CA, October 2017

Naseon II (2016), for gayageum, geomungo, and ajaeng, 9’
commissioned and premiered by the Pacific Rim Festival and the National Gugak Center, Santa Cruz, CA, October 2017

Lift-up-over-sounding (2015), for bass clarinet, cello, percussion, and piano, 10’
premiered by the Earplay Ensemble
ODC Theater, San Francisco, May 2017

Hishuk ish ts’awalk [All Things are One] (2014), for B-flat clarinet/Bass clarinet, violin, viola, cello, and piano, 18’
commissioned and premiered by the Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players,
Roulette, New York City,  November 2014

Transfigurations of Grief (2011) for flute (alto flute, piccolo),
oboe, clarinet (bass clarinet), percussion, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, 17′
commissioned by the Eco Ensemble premiered in Hertz Hall, Berkeley, April 2011

Canon (2010), for flute, clarinet, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets,
trombone, bass trombone, trombone, 17′
commissioned by the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra
premiered in Herbst Theater, San Francisco, Benjamin Simon conducting, March 2011

Wave (2010), for piano trio, 8′
in two movements: I quietly urgent, II. periodic, hypnotic, with the regular pulse like a heartbeat
commissioned by the New Pacific Trio premiered
at Old First Concert Series, San Francisco, January 2010

En círculo (2009) for eight performers, 18 mins.
commissioned by the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players
premiered at Herbst Theater, San Francisco, February 2009

Turner (2008) for viola and piano, 12 mins.
commissioned by Composers’ Inc. for their 25th Anniversary season,
premiered October 2008 by Ellen Ruth Rose, viola, and Cindy Cox, piano

Playing a round (2008) for amplified harpsichord and prepared piano, 14 mins.
commissioned by keynote+
Premiered at Goldsmiths College, UK, March 2008 by Jane Chapman, harpsichord, and Kate Ryder, piano

Playing a round (2008) for two pianos, 14 mins.
premiered September 2009

Singing the Lines (2007) for soprano, flute, clarinet, percussion, double bass, and piano, 7 mins
for soprano Lucy Shelton, premiered by the Berkeley Contemporary Chamber Players,
Hertz Hall, Berkeley 2008

la mar amarga (2007) piano trio, 14 mins
commissioned by Noe Valley Chamber Music and the Carol Franc Buck Foundation
Graeme Jennings, violin, Leighton Fong, cello, and Christopher Jones, piano
Noe Valley Ministry, San Francisco, April 2007

Nature is (2005) for amplified trombone quartet and live electronics, 20 mins
commissioned and premiered by the Continental Trombone Quartet, AprilScore 2006

Axis Mundi (2004) for amplified flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, percussion, and live electronics, 15 mins
commissioned by the Earplay Ensemble and the Fromm Foundation
premiered by Earplay, March 2004

moon a bed to dream in (2002) for twelve performers, 10 mins
commissioned by the San Francisco Conservatory
premiere March 2002, Hellman Hall, San Francisco

World a tuning fork (2001) for alto saxophone, contrabass, percussion, and piano, 10 mins
commissioned by the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players
premiered at the Yerba Buena Forum, San Francisco Feb. 2002
performed at the Edge Festival, Berkeley, June 2003

The Cave of Swimmers (1998) flute, cello, and piano, 15 mins
commissioned by the Hathor Ensemble
premiered at the Ethical Society, Philadelphia, May 1998

Back to Square One (1998) violin and piano, 10 mins
premiered by Karen Bentley and Karen Rosenak,
American Composers Forum,
May 1998
performed at the Presidio, San Francisco, August 1999

Columba aspexit, after Hildegard von Bingen (1997, revised 2002)
string quartet, 21 mins
commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts
premiered by the Kronos Quartet, Sept. 1997
recording by the Alexander Quartet, June 2002

Into the Wild (1997) amplified violin, saxophone, Mallet Kat,
electronic drums, keyboard, samplers, electric guitar, 11 mins
commissioned by the Fromm Foundation
premiered by the Paul Dresher Ensemble, Nov. 1997
performed at the Library of Congress, March 1998

Geode (1996) flute, clarinet, cello, percussion, piano, 14 mins
commissioned and premiered by the Earplay Ensemble,
Yerba Buena Forum, San Francisco, May 1997
recorded by the Earplay Ensemble, May 1999, CRI label

Songs on Texts of Mary Oliver (1997) soprano, clarinet, percussion, piano, 12 mins
premiered at Hertz Hall, Berkeley, April 1997
Leda Yager, soprano

Primary Colors (1995) clarinet, violin, piano, 12 mins
commissioned by the Verdehr Trio and Cal Performances, 1995
premiered at Hertz Hall, Berkeley, 1996
performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group,
Green Umbrella Series, March 1998
choreographed by Larry Pech Dance Company, San Francisco, November 1999
recorded for CRI label, 2002

Piece in Two Halves (1992) flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, 12 mins
previewed at the Tanglewood Music Festival, Aug. 1992
premiered by the San Francisco Contemporary Chamber Players, March 1993
performed by the American Women Composers, Inc, Washington, DC June 1992

Four Studies of Light and Dark (1989) for piano and percussion, 14 mins
premiered by Cindy Cox and Kay Stonefelt, Indiana University, 1990
performed at the American Academy in Rome, 2004
performed by the Moscow Composers Union, Moscow, Russia, 1993
performed by the Society for New Music, Syracuse, 1993
performed by Composer’s Inc, San Francisco, 1991
recorded on the Capstone Label, 1993

Coriolis (1989) trumpet, trombone, piano, 10 mins
premiered by Andrew Glendening, David Dzubay, and Jennifer Peterson, 1990
CD recording on Mark Records Label, 1995

Barriers: Two/One (1988) flute or violin, clarinet or soprano sax, piano, 10 mins
premiered by Tridib Pal, Susan McGinn, and Cindy Cox, Indiana Univ., 1990
performed by the Verdehr Trio, Merkin Concert Hall, New York City, 1993

Sonnets to Orpheus (1989) soprano, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, trombone,
percussion, harpsichord, 2 violins, viola, cello, 20’
premiere by ALEA III, Theodore Antoniou conducting, Boston, 1992

Woven Rains (1988) flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, 2 percussion, piano, harp, 2 violins, viola, cello, bass, 15′
premiered by the Northwestern New Music Ensemble, 1988
performed by the North Texas New Music Ensemble, March 1993