panic around death [2015] - vocalizing performer, objects, electronics, light

Electronics: Fixed media coordinated with the live performance via MIDI pedal controlled by the performer (max/msp patch available). Minimum 2 speakers on either side of the performer, but more speakers and a more diffuse spatialization is possible depending on the space and the performer’s intended realization of the piece. Amplification of acoustic objects and voice is necessary: 4 condenser microphones for the objects, 2 per table; 1 for the performer (headset microphone if possible).

Light: Performer is backlit by a single light with dimming capabilities. Dimming must be smooth over relatively long periods of time. Currently, a lighting technician is required; future versions of the max patch will incorporate lighting cues, thus having lighting and electronics both controlled via MIDI pedal by the performer.



The Chain of the Spine [2017] - trio for violin, Paetzold contrabass recorder, cardboard objects, sine waves, glass

Electronics: fixed media controlled by cardboard objects performer. One studio monitor placed amongst/within the ensemble (ex: Genelec)

Amplification: Unobtrusive amplification of all or some of the performers might be advantageous depending on the space. Particular consideration should be given to the recorder.

Interfacing with the Surface [2013] - horn, cello, MIDI keyboard & electronics

Electronics: Live electronics controlled by the 88-key MIDI keyboard via stand-alone application. 2 speakers on either side of keyboard player; 2 condenser microphones in total, not for amplification purposes, on the horn & cello; 1 subwoofer; 1 MIDI pedal


karst survey [2016] - seven instruments + electronics

Electronics: fixed media playback (1 track). 2 or 4 speakers placed on either side of the ensemble and in between the ensemble and the audience (2) as well as behind audience (4).