…and other significant performances

(most recent listed first)

Lo, How A Rose E’re Blooming for six handbells and solo flute

Premiered December 24, 2022 as part of the festal Christmas Eve Eucharist at St James Episcopal Church, Hendersonville NC. The Handbell Choir is directed by Linda Hill, the flautist is Paul Doebler (Juilliard graduate and church choir member) and the presentation conducted by Brad Gee, director of music ministries.

Go Ring-a Dem Bells!

A February 12, 2020 presentation to retired faculty of the University of Florida exploring the iconic UF Century Tower and its cast-bell carillon.

Go Ring-a dem Bells!

With a Voice of Singing — choral song for choir S.A.T.B., youth choir, solo clarinet, and piano

Premiered by Voices Rising Community Chorus during two concerts on Saturday, April 28th at First United Methodist Church of Gainesville. Conducted by Ruth Lewis, with special guest artist Bess de Farber, clarinet, as the final program of the VRCC 5th anniversary season.

Psallam spiritu (I will sing with the spirit) for choir S.A.T.B. and congregation with handbells, brass quintet, timpani and organ

Commissioned in 2017 by Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Gainesville for their 150th Parish Anniversary in 2018. Sunday morning, January 21, 2018,  at Festal Choral Eucharist, with the Holy Trinity Choir, Gainesville Brass Quintet, Handbell Choir, Masatoshi Enomoro, timpani, and David Benson, organ

Voices raised to you we offer for choir S.A.T.B. and congregation with flute, trombone,  and organ

Commissioned in 2017 by The Lutheran Church of the Ascension, Atlanta, Georgia, for the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. Sunday morning, January 29, 2017  Divine Worship, The Lutheran Church of the Ascension, Atlanta, Georgia, with repeat presentation on Reformation Sunday, October 29, 2017.   [Revised and expanded from earlier Mary, Strong of Heart, 2009, with text by Herman Struempfle, Jr., 1996, used by permission.]

Mary, strong of heart in wonder for S.A.T.B. with flute, trombone and organ

Sunday afternoon,December 11, 2016, at 5:00 pm—with repeat presentation on Sunday morning, December 18, 2016.
Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, First Presbyterian Church, Gainesville, Florida.

A Scottish Fantasy for Solo Bagpipe, Tabor, Organ, Choir and Congregation

Sunday, November 27, 2016, at 5:00 pm St. Andrew’s Day Choral Evensong, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Gainesville, Florida.

Preces and Responses (1662 English BCP)

Sunday, October 30, 2016 (repeat presentations at Evensong for St. Andrew’s Day on Sunday, November 27, 2016, and Evensong for Feast of the Epiphany, Friday, January 6, 2017, at Holy Trinity Church). Choir of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Chapel of the Incarnation, Gainesville, Florida.

Peoples! Clap your hands  (S.A.T.B and organ)

Sunday, October 16, 2016 Choir of Westminster Church with Chamber Singers of the Gainesville Civic Chorus directed by Will Kesling with Kama Rasmussen, organ. Westminster Presbyterian Church, Gainesville, Florida.