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Orchestra | Large Ensemble

As if sharing a joke with nothingness (2023)
For Symphony Orchestra 
Premiered by the Juilliard Orchestra and conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on February 2024.
Received the 2023 BMI Composer Award and the 2023 Juilliard Orchestra Composers Competition.
Through us from which language speaks (2023)
For 13 instrumentalists and their voicesPremiered by International Ensemble Modern Academy at Lucerne Festival 2023. 


All that is solid (2022, revised 2024)
For 16 Voices. Commissioned by New York Virtuoso Singers and Harold Rosenbaum. 
Sweet Spontaneous Earth (2023)
For SSATTB. Commissioned by APAC Choir Festival 2024.
Or almost, I seem (2023)
Chamber Opera for 2 Sopranos, Alto, Baritone, Clarinet, Cello, Percussion, Piano.

Commissioned by Columbia University New Opera Workshop. Premiered by Chen Shuhe Yue, Maddy Manning-Bi, Renata Prôa, Callum Blackmore, Jefferson Sheng, Sasha He, Tim Barron, Jonathan Wang Hou, and Sofia Jen Ouyang, at Barnard College, Barnard-Columbia New Opera Workshop "Operatic Feminisms: On and Off-Stage", March 2023,

Chamber (2 - 8 players)

Flick, Spark (2023)
For Piano Trio. Premiered by Dawn Kim, Colin Guan, and Baron Fenwick. Conducted by Sofia Jen Ouyang at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on April 2023. 
Subject(ed) (2023)
For Saxophone, Piano, Drum Kit. Commissioned by Columbia Ballet Collaborative and in collaboration with choreographer Katie Sponenburg. Premiered by Janet Phang, James Wang, and Kay Zou
Er Hai Recollection (2022)
For Flute, Bassoon, Trombone, Cello, Double Bass. Performed by Emi Ferguson, Monica Ellis, Scott Hartman, Karlos Rodriguez, Nina Bernat, Gloria Chien. Conducted by Sofia Jen Ouyang. Premiered at Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival, Vermont, August 2022.
TO BE (2022)
For Piano, Violin, and Cello. Performed by Trio Immersio. Premiered at ICEBERG Institute, Vienna, Austria, July 2022. 
return to root (2022)
For Flutes, Soprano, Percussion, Recorded Improvisation on Fixed-Media Electronics, and Video-Art. Video-Art in collaboration with Sydney Lee, visual artist. Performed by Isabel Gleicher, Brittany Hewitt, and Sae Hashimoto, Improvisations by Claire Chase and Brittany Hewitt. Premiered at National Sawdust, Brooklyn, February 2022. 
Utterance (2021)
For Bass Flute, Double Bass, Drum Kit, and solo Dancer. In collaboration with Connor Freeman, choreographer. Performed by Audrey Emata, Taylor Abbitt, and Zachary Adleman. Soloist Dancers: Sophia Frilot and Madison Goodman. Premiered at Wilson Theater, The Juilliard School, November 2021. (Performance begins at 40:54)

Xi ·(2021)

For Pipa and Xiao . Commissioned by Chinese Style Music Composition Workshop by Bard Conservatory US-China Institute. Performed by Yimin Miao and Zhou Yi on July 2021. 

Insects (2021)
For String Quartet . Commissioned by New Music On The Point. Performed by the JACK Quartet on June 2021.
Fractured Frenzy: Miniatures for Pierrot (2019)
For Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano. Performed by Ji Young Kim, Juliyan Martinez, Raina Arnett, Michael Cantu, Ryan Jung, and Molly Turner (Conductor) on February 2021.
String Quartet No.1 (2019)
For String Quartet. Commissioned by Atlantic Music Festival, Premiered by AMF Contemporary Ensemble on August 2019. . 


Liminal/ity (2021)
For Cello. Written for Columbia University's Undergraduate Composition Seminar. Premiered by Jeffrey Zeigler on April 2021. 
Micro Sonic Sketches (2021)
I. White Keys Only 
For Piano. Premiered by Janet Phang on January 2021. 
II. Mental Activities
For Voice. Premiered by Sofia Ouyang on February 2021. 
a bungle of ambiguities (2020)
For Violin. Commissioned by Curtis Young Artist Summer Program. Premiered by Juliette Kang on August 2020. 
Variations on a Chinese Folk Tune (2020)
For Piano. Commissioned and premiered by Cornelia Herrmann. Received the 2021 BMI Student Composer Award Honorable Mention. 

Film and Media

Kate's Day cue (2023)
Scored for Rachel Suleymanov's Film "Kate's Day (a preternaturally arduous deliverance from the cinematic festival of misogyny)". (Cue begins at 8:22)
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