Compositions (Selected Works):
Prelude No. 1: “Snowfall”
Inspired by early 20th century music, specifically Debussy and Poulenc, the drifting, meandering nature of this programmatic piece paints a scene of snowflakes settling on a cold winter evening.
Prelude No. 2 “Lullaby”
A short, lyrical piece reminiscent of Scriabin and Chopin. Performer is Steven Kim, recording taken on August 11th 2011 in Las Vegas.
Nocturne in F# Minor (abridged version):
A tribute to the 19th century genre, Nocturne means “night-song” and is often associated with pensive and melancholic moods. Performer is Pianist Guy Urban, recording taken from a recital on May 6th 2010 at Wheaton College.
1 Movement For String Quartet (Winter) (Condensed)
The piece is a condensed movement, from an unfinished grander work revolving around the four seasons. I was privileged enough to have the piece performed by the talented Aurea Ensemble at Wheaton College on May 6th 2011 along with several other pieces.
Synth-Pop / Remixes (Selected Works):
Me Meto – A Documentary
In 2010, I threw together some tasty beats for filmaker Caitlin Stroud‘s enlightening documentary on Argentinian graffiti. Read her response here about the film’s making, as well as additional information about graffiti culture and its historical relevance.
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