Premiere performance by Amanda Forest, clarinet. 

At Solus - An Unaccompanied Clarinet Recital | Crescent Fort Rouge United Church | April 13, 2019.

Granitic (Bekah Simms)

Premiered as part of Spark to Stone on March 24, 2018 at Array Space in Toronto.

Performed by:

Katherine Watson, flute | Anthony Thompson, clarinet | Lisa Hartl, trumpet | Adrian Irvine, violin | Emilie Gelinas-Noble, viola | Amahl Arulanandam, cello | Andrew Noseworthy, electric guitar | Phil Albert, electric bass | Stephanie Chua, synthesizer | Evan Bowen, drumkit/percussion | Pratik Gandhi, conductor

Audio and video recording by John Gray and Alison Gray.

No Changes

Performed by Andrea Lodge, piano. 

At Dynamic Earth, Part I | Spectrum NYC | April 9, 2017.

Molt™ (excerpt)

Direction: Norberto Collazo and Abraham Texidor

Choreography: Norberto Collazo, Abraham Texidor, Anaís Torres

Lighting Design: María Cristina Fusté

Costume Design: Norberto Collazo, Abraham Texidor, Anaís Torres

Performer: Anaís Torres

Premiered: 2017, NYC.

Videography: FuerzaFest 2017

Edition: Abraham Texidor

Sound: Andrew Noseworthy

Double Sextet and Voices

The world premiere of "Double Sextet and Voices". Presented with the help of Sound Symposium and Arts NL on July 14th, 2016, as part of the 18th St. John's International Sound Symposium. 

Bill Brennan, conductor | Rebecca McDonald, soprano | Holly Daley, soprano | Sarah McDonald, mezzo soprano | Jennifer Hart, mezzo soprano | Greg Bruce, clarinet  | Emily Dunsmore, horn | Etienne Pemberton-Renaud, viola | Grant King, electric guitar | Kyle Andrews, drum kit | Phil Roberts, electric piano | Nicole Hand, bassoon | Shawn Bennett, trombone | Maggie Burton, violin | Paddy Byrne, electric bass | Jack Etchegary, vibraphone | Kassandra-Anne Demers, synthesizer

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Sticky Geraniums

Collaboration with choreographer/dancer/filmmaker Angie Moon. Music by Andrew Noseworthy. Premiered 4/16/16 during the Transfer is Available // Electroacoustics show at Scholes Street Studio, Brooklyn, NY. Featured in the 2017 NYC Independent Film Festival.