Video & Audio


Audio & Video


The Force of Things - Ashley Fure

Performed with International Contemporary Ensemble; American Premiere, Alexander Kasser Theater, Peak Performances @ Montclair State University (NJ) Co-Produced by Peak Performances @ Montclair State University


The Cold Pane - Shawn Jaeger

Live recording with Talea Ensemble
October 14, 2017
DiMenna Center, NYC

I. It Is Almost Spring Again
II. The Cold Pane
III. Raindrops
IV. The Widower
V. Again


Been cold a long time - Nathan Heidelberger

a setting of “The Snow Man” by Wallace Stevens
for mezzo soprano, alto flute, and piano, 2013

With Nouveau Classical Project; December 2016

"I find “The Snow Man” striking for the balance that Stevens achieves between the large and the small, between broad philosophical statements and concrete imagery, between sweeping panoramas and close-up details. (...) silence (or near-silence), like a figure dissolving into a wintery landscape." —Nathan Heidelberger


Waterlines - Christopher Trapani

Waterlines: Five Songs about Storms and Floods (2012)

with Talea Ensemble at DiMenna Center, Oct 14, 2017

"The 1927 Mississippi River flood, one of the most destructive natural disasters in American history, coincided with the heyday of commercial recording in the South — a last burst of enterprise before the great depression that fortuitously left us with several great records chronicling the disaster. In the months following Katrina, I began sifting through these old blues and country records for words and sounds that resonated, borrowing sonorities, couplets, and stylistic gestures and assembling them into a project with historical, musicological, and personal dimensions." —Christopher Trapani


Dithyramb — Jason Eckardt

Dithyramb is an excerpt of a larger work, Tongues, which was inspired in part glossolalia, better known as "speaking in tongues": an ecstatic outburst of unintelligible vocal sounds that resembles spoken language. A Dithyramb is an ancient Greek hymn, sung in honor of Dionysus, the god of wine and pleasure. Performances were said to be riotously ecstatic.