Music

Recent Works

Sparrows (youtube link)
Composed for the Aurora Chorealis and premiered in Yellowknife in April 2010. See complete text here.

In a Garden Over Grand Pré
Composed for Shattering the Silence 2010, the Acadia New Music Festival. It was premiered in Grand Pré National Historic Site by Wes Ferreira and Helen Pridmore in January 2010. See complete text here.

Archival Works

The following pieces were composed during my studies at Acadia University under Dr. Derek Charke (www.derekcharke.com) and Dr. Steven Naylor (www.sonicart.ca) during the period of 2007 – 2009.

If Happy Gremlins Ever Got Into the Tuning Blender *recommend to listen with headphones
Featuring the Acadia University Wind Ensemble tuning for a concert.

Newtonville Road Ladies *recommend to listen with headphones
Featuring Mark Adam’s laying chickens. Recorded using a Zoom H4 and a Rode NTG-2 shotgun microphone.

Splitting Wood
Performed by Anthony Savidge, Acadia University March 2009.

ElectroCreation *recommend to listen with headphones
Featuring the recorded voices of Oliver and Avi Grant-Adam; live performers: Anthony Savidge, Lauren Park, Liz Humphries, Jeff Kingsbury, Laura Gillis, Caroline Whalen, Brianne Byiers, Nathan Petitpas. See complete text here.

Hitchcock on the Cameron *recommend to listen with headphones
Featuring loons, terns and ravens. Recorded on the Cameron River, Northwest Territories using an M-Audio MicroTrack recorder, and a Rode NTG-2 shotgun microphone.

In Your Head
*imperative to listen with headphones.

Looon
Performed by Stephen Ambra (cello), Lauren Park (bassoon), Edward Enman (piano).

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