• Premiere: Spirals of Energy: Ghost Ensemble

    Commissioned by the Ghost Ensemble for composer Miya Masaoka Invisible Dog 51 Bergen Street (between Smith St and Boerum Pl) Brooklyn, NY 11201 Brooklyn… More »

  • Singing River So To Speak*

    July 6, 2019 Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Canada Ensemble Evolution; Commissioned work, conducted by Steve Schick; flute, clarinet, bassoon, piano, percussion,  violin, viola, cello.  *based on the poem by Maya Angelou, “On The Pulse of Morning”…

    Heliotropism for Large Ensemble

    Performed at New Music On the Point, Vermont; Zack Di Lello, trumpet, Jessie Nucho, flute,  Brian Stuligross, violin, Cindy Lan, viola, Louise King, Cello, Will Yager, contrabass, Cole Blouin, guitar, Alec Whiting, bowed and fingered koto… More »

  • Network Of Energy

    Composed by Miya Masaoka, performed by Masaoka, koto, Mark Dresser, Bass, Stephanie Richards, Trumpet, Madison Greenstone, clr, Kjell Nordeson, Percussion, Sean Dowgray, Percussion, Andrew Drury, Percussion. Performed at the San Diego Art Museum, November, 2015 More »

  • The Long Road

    A piece in the evening – length work Triangle of Resistance string quartet, percussion, koto, analog modular synthesis… More »

  • Jagged Pyramid

    Scored for open instrumentation… More »

  • Off A Craggy Cliff

    For two telematic ensembles, of open, unspecified instrumentation. Performed by Rennsselaer Polytecnic  Ensemble (RPI) led by Pauline Oliveros and Stanford University Ensemble led by Chris Chaffe…. More »

  • What Is the Difference Between Stripping and Playing the Violin?

    Creative orchestra and tape…. More »

  • Twenty-Four Thousand Years is Forever

    Chamber orchestra and tape; 2 shengs, 2 saxophones, clarinet, percussion, 2 violins, cello, bass, koto (1997). Commissioned by Asian ImprovArts, in commemoration of the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The recording of this piece is included in the CD…. More »