NOW THAT WE ARE PERSONS WE SHALL MAKE ART is a cycle of protest songs for chamber ensemble, electronics, two voices, and narrator. This song cycle explores how women make their own art despite the oppressive force of the male gaze. Currently in progress. The creation phase of this project is funded by the Canada Council for the Arts.
Sketches for an opera
MIDI sketches of piano reductions.
COLLECT THAT TO WHICH YOU ARE ENTITLED (HOL DIR, WAS DIR ZUSTEHT)
for improvising ensemble and conductor
Premiere October 16th, 2017
Fraufeld Album Release
JOAN JETT KICKS OFF HER BOOTS, FINISHES HER BEER, AND TAKES A DEEP BREATH: "
for violin, cello, and electronics
Premiere September 16th, 2017
Porgy & Bess, Vienna
Strings&Noise (Sophia Goidinger-Koch, Maiken Beer)
Recorded for the album "Fraufeld Vol 1"
Wie schön ist es zu leben
for string quartet and piano
Premiere June, 2016 Porgy & Bess, Vienna
12 Rituals from American Popular Music in the 20th Century
for solo percussion and electronics
Premiere June 7, 2016
Strenge Kammer, Vienna
Margit Schoberleitner, percussion
Caitlin Smith, electronics
for 10 instruments
Premiere June 28th, 2016
Studio Dan & szene instrumental
Arrest Unlikely For Four Clarinets
for Bb clarinet and three bass clarinets
Woody Black 4 Clarinet Quartet
New to an Old Country
for violin, cello, and piano
March 5, 2014
Roy Thompson Hall, Toronto
for violin, piano, trumpet and bass
May 31, 2013
collaboration with composers Ben Dietschi and Shannon Graham and visual artist Karen Ostrom
918 Bathurst Centre Toronto
von armen b.b
for voice, guitar, violin, bass, drums
February 13, 2013
Al Green Theatre Toronto
for violin and piano
March 21, 2012
CMC New Music In New Spaces
Stephanie Chua, piano and Véronique Mathieu, violin
Pour les enfants, par les enfants
for soprano, viola, accordion and cello
March 4, 2011
Alliance Française, Toronto
With the Wanton Fawns composers’ collective
Sad Songs and Waltzes Weren’t Selling That Year
for baroque chamber orchestra
February 5, 2011
Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto
Two clarinets, bassoon, cello, voice, and live electronics, playing post-tonal pop songs. Our EP was recorded with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Produced with Studio Dan Vienna.
Currently in hibernation, this 20-piece beast performed in Toronto and New York back in the naughts. Like a big band, but with more bassoons and opera singers than usual.
Tiny Alligator Large Band, live in concert, March 2011. Music by Caitlin Smith, on a short story by Sheila Heti. Kristin Mueller-Heaslip, soprano; Jennifer Ryan, alto; Alex Samaras, baritone. Caitlin Smith, conductor.