I am always looking for musicians who want to play music. If you are an ensemble or soloist looking to create meaningful experiences for audiences, feel free to drop me an email at thetruebadour@gmail.com .

I have written lots of pieces that are “sitting in the bottom drawer.” Most of them aren’t good enough to be featured in my repertoire. These four compositions are of the highest quality, and I’m still looking for people to perform them.

Union Dues (12′), for wind ensemble, a spiraling, satirically American work and a companion piece to Heroes and Villains.

Oboe Trio No. 1 (9′), for two oboes and English horn.  Here are three delightful movements to remind listeners of the American West.

Song of Despair (8′), for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano. This complex, Ivesian work is full of anguish, anxiety, and emotional rollercoasters. It’s not as difficult as it looks on paper.

Sonata for Flute, Percussion, and Electronics (10′). This work has two contrasting movements: a haunting, rhythmic movement with electronic beats, and a lush, “cottage core” movement.

If you’d like to discuss more, contact me at: thetruebadour@gmail.com