MUSIC FOR BALLET AND DANCE:

 

Mobiles -   For computer generated tape and dancers  (1992-93)

Commissioned by Dance Alive National Ballet, sponsored in part by

"Meet the Composer", Dance Alive!, Southern Arts Federation, and the National  Endowment for the Arts. 

Premiere:   Center for the Performing Arts, Gainesville, FL (4-2-93), Judy Skinner (choreographer)

Commercial recording: Cambria Master  Recordings, CD-1088 (1995)

 

Drums - For computer generated tape and dancers (1993)

Commissioned by Dance Alive!, Gainesville, FL.

Premiere: Center for the Performing Arts, Gainesville, FL (2-12-94), Kim Tuttle (choreographer)

 

Ballet Toshiko  - For computer generated tape and dancers (1996)

Commissioned by Dance Alive! and Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL; for the opening gala celebration of the Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts.

Premiere: Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, FL (9-27-96), Judy Skinner, Kim Tuttle (choreographers)

 

Karma - For video and computer generated electronics (2004). Conrad Gleber, videographer.

Premiere: Univ. of Central FL Student Center, Orlando FL (4-16-06), Kim Tuttle (choreographer).

 

The Frog and The Well - For Orchestra, Dance, and Theater (2006)

Commissioned by the Gadsden Cultural Center, Gadsden, AL. 

Premiere: Etowah Youth Orchestra, Gadsden Dance School, Gadsden State, Michael Gagliardo (cond.), Community College, Gadsden, AL (5-19-06)

 

Aeia Bridled - For Dance (2007)

Commissioned by Dance Alive National Ballet

Premiere: Dance Alive! National Ballet, Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Gainesville, FL (2-24-07),

Rick Tija (choreographer)

 

"One Day, Everything"--For Dance (2011)

Dance Alive National Ballet, with film by Lisa Mills.

Judy Skinner (choreographer)

Premiere: Feb. 2009. 

 

"Fate of Place" - For Dance (2015)

Commissioned for the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance, Dayton, OH. Sponsored by the "Music Alive" award.

Premiere: Dayton Ballet, Dayton Philharmonic, Victoria Theatre, Dayton, OH. Karen Russo Burke (choreographer).