I was selected as a semi-finalist in the southeastern region of the 2018 Rapido! Composition Competition. My piece Innocent Machine will be performed by the Atlanta Chamber Players in November for a chance to compete in the final round in January. More details here:
My fixed media piece American Real Estate was performed at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival. More details here:
Electronic Etude No. 2 for Viola and Live Electronics was accepted to the SPLICE Festival II in Bowling Green, OH. More details here:
Recurrence for flute and piano was accepted to the 2018 Society of Composers, Incorporated Student National Conference at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. More details here:
I was accepted into the 2018 Alba International Music Festival to take place in Alba, Italy in May and June of 2018. I have written a piece to be premiered by the SOLI Chamber Ensemble at this festival! More details here:
I have been awarded a James E. Croft Grant for Young and Emerging Wind Band Composers! The commissioned work for wind ensemble and quadraphonic electronics will be premiered by the Hodgson Wind Ensemble in Fall 2018. More details here:
Electronic Etude No. 1 was selected for performance at the SEAMUS 2018 National Conference. More details here:
Touring new music piano duo HOCKET premiered my piece Fantasy in March 2017.
Electronic Etude No. 1
Electronic Etude No. 1 took 2nd place in the Electrobrass II Competition at Tennessee Technological University in April 2017.
I am a southeastern semi-finalist in the Rapido! Composition Contest.
My work American Real Estate tackles issues of political and cultural injustice.
SPLICE focuses on electroacoustic works with live performers.
Student Composers from around the country will gather at the 2018 Student National Conference.
While at the festival, I studied with renowned composer George Tsontakis.
Charlie Young and Pedro Alliprandini toured Vectors, one of my newer pieces for clarinet, alto saxophone and electronics, throughout the southeastern United States in late March and early February of 2017.