Scores available for purchase!

I'm excited to announce a new set of pieces that are now available for purchase at SMP Press! This batch is focused on string pieces:


  • Letters from the War, for beginning intermediate string orchestra (written for the Northern Guilford Middle School orchestra);

score – parts – score & parts

  • Sin Tregua, for string quartet (written at Harvard in response to the drug war in Mexico);

score – parts – score & parts

score – parts coming very soon!


 

Look for the next batch of scores focusing on piano music soon!

Short film updates

I'm excited to announce that "Persefone's Breakfast" directed by my friend Sam Mendez (and one of several films of his I've scored) will be screening as part of for the Official Latino Short Film Festival on Saturday 17 September in NYC. Check out the trailer here!

I've updated the entry for "Persefone's Breakfast" as well as for "A Bodega" (another Mendez production) and "Beyond Cheesecake"(see below) on the Film and Media page.

In addition, I've uploaded a sample from that short as well as the soundtrack from the short film "Beyond Cheesecake", which I worked on this May as part of the Boston 48 Hour Film Festival. Hear both tracks below!

Happy Travels!

Over the past few months, I've had the opportunity to work with the brilliant team at 21x20 Media, Inc. in writing the music for their new app game, Happy Travels.  Check it out and make sure to download it and like us on Facebook!  (Available on the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Apps.)

  Meet Jack.  He's an app fanatic with a vivid imagination, a flair for creating, and an obsession with books and theater.  And at five years old, he designed his first app: Happy Travels!

Meet Jack.  He's an app fanatic with a vivid imagination, a flair for creating, and an obsession with books and theater.  And at five years old, he designed his first app: Happy Travels!

Apologia

I'm very excited to announce that I've been asked to write the music for Jenny Lim's new film Greta, to be released in 2014.  This will eventually become the feature-length film Greta, "an experimental feature about mental illness, that combines the fictional world of “Greta” with documentary portraits of a family" (from Lim's description).

[The opening sequence clip is currently unavailable.]

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