For more information, please contact me at michimail@gmail.com

Audio clips to accompany the works listed below are coming soon.

List of Compositions:

 
I Have a Map (2015)
for violin, cello, bass, and synthesizer
premiered at Liquid Music in Minneapolis


Tiny Skies  (2014) 
for electro-acoustic ensemble
commissioned by Bright Wave 
premiered at the Ecstatic Music Festival
 
Blood Sugar Suite  (2014)
for violin and keyboard
written for Michi Wiancko and Judd Greenstein
premiered at World Café Live in Philadelphia
 
5 Reasons  (2014)
for string quartet
commissioned by the Enso Quartet 
premiered at Rice University
 
Blue Bourrée  (2014)
for string quintet
commissioned by Sybarite5 
 
Ode to Sherban Lupu  (2014)
for violin or viola and keyboard
written for Michi Wiancko and Judd Greenstein
premiered at the Apples and Olives Festival in Zurich 
 
Every Star is Venus: A Violin Concerto  (2013)
written for Tai Murray 
 
9 Death Haiku  (2009)
for string quintet, voice, and drums
commissioned by Concert Artists Guild
premiered at Thalia Theater at Symphony Space 

List of arrangements

FOR STRING ORCHESTRA:
 
Tzigane 
Maurice Ravel 
originally for violin and piano (1924)
commissioned by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

 
Five Melodies, Op. 35
Sergei Prokofiev 
originally for violin and piano (1925)
commissioned by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

 
Romanian Folk Dances
Béla Bartók 
originally for piano solo (1915)
 
Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow)
Fritz Kreisler 
originally for violin and piano (1905)
(Liebesfreud coming soon)
 
La Follia Variations
Francesco Geminiani 
originally for concerto grosso (1729)
commissioned by the East Coast Chamber Orchestra
(intermediate version also available)
 
Gymnopédie Nos. 1-3
Gnossienne No. 3
Erik Satie
originally for piano solo  (1888)
 
Tristis est Anima Mea
Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa 
originally for unaccompanied voices (1611)
 
 
 
FOR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE:
 
Flight of the Bumblebee (for violin/cello duo)
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
originally for orchestra (1900)
 
Caprice #13 (for four violins)
Niccoló Paganini
originally for solo violin (1802-1817)
 
Dragana I Slaveya (Dragana and the Nightingale) (for 8 stringed instruments) 
From the Bulgarian Women's Choir, Le Mystere de Voix Bulgares