Etudes, “La Cigüeña” and “Mallets” (2014) for piano/keyboard sampler, 9’
Premiere “Mallets” at the Leo Brouwer Festival of Music, Havana, Cuba
Premiere “La Cigüeña” at the Center for New Music, San Francisco, CA
Jenny Q. Chai, Piano Steampunk
Pianos (2013), concerto for piano/keyboard sampler with flute (bass flute, piccolo), oboe (English horn), clarinet (Bass clarinet), horn, harp, percussion, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, 19’
for Gloria Cheng and the Eco Ensemble, with support from the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) and presented by Cal Performances
premiered in Hertz Hall, Berkeley, February 2013
Venice Biennale, September 2014

The Shape of the Shell (2010), tape, 7’
world premiere, International Computer Music Conference (ICMC)
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY, June 2010

The Shape of the Shell (2010) for bass clarinet and live electronics, 9’
commissioned by bass clarinettist Laura Carmichael,
with assistance from the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT)
premiered at the National Clarinet Association Conference
University of Texas, Austin, TX, July 2010

Hierosgamos IV (2006) for amplified troubadour harp, 7’
premiered by Victoria Jordanova, April 2006

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

The Other Side of the World (2003) for flute and electronics, 4’
commissioned by Nina Assimakopoulas, as part of the “Laurels” project
(commissioning American women composers)
premiere Houghton College, March 2004

Hysteria (2000) trombone and live electronics
commissioned by Abbie Conant, former principle of the Munich Philharmonic
premiere Nov, 2000, in Trossingen, Germany
Tempo Festival of Contemporary Music, Berkeley, CA, June 2001
Stuttgard, Germany, July 2001
Vienna, Aug 2001
East Coast Tour, spring 2002

White Moths (1994) trombone and electronic effects
commissioned and premiered by Andrew Glendening, trombonist, 1995

Darsana I (1993) Disklavier, 9′
grant from the University of California, Berkeley
premiered by Cindy Cox, San Jose State Univ., Nov. 1993
Karen Rosenak, pianist, UC Berkeley, August 1994
KPFA radio, live performance, Cindy Cox, 1994