"And God Wept"
commissioned and premiered by Megan Roth and Julia Carey for Juneteenth 2021


As God looked upon on the celebration on June 19, 1865, he wept tears of joy for this moment of liberation. Yet, he wept tears of great sorrow for many mountains of oppression that African American had still yet to climb and the valleys of ever evolving and ill-fated promises rooted in racism that he would faithfully guide them through.

Here we stand over 100 years later still fighting for an America, a world in which we can finally be free of systemic oppression and racism; a world in which we can just be peacefully.

A movement from my string quartet, Sounds of Our Past
A Lover's Waltz
illustrates the journey of a Holocaust survivor as she recalls the love shared and waltzes danced with her partner, while at the same time facing the atrocity that changed their lives forever.

World premiere by the Julius Quartet in the EMERGE Workshop (Feb 2021)

For the all Mother's that have lost a child to gun violence
A Mother's Cry
performned by Caitlin Edwards, violin

Scored excerpt from short film,

"And Then I Run"

performed by Del'Shawn Taylor, piano

and Denise Kuehner, cellist in South Bend Symphony Orchestra


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