Orchestra and Large Ensembles

Orchestra

  • Symphony in One Movement (1993)
    Premiered by Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Dimitar Manolov, 1993
  • Symphony for String Orchestra (1992)
    Premiered by Javeriana Chamber Orchestra, Svetoslav Manolov, conductor, 1992.
  • First Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra(1996)
    Premiered by Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Dimitar Manolov, conductor; Christopher Jepperson, clarinet.
  • Tumbaos for orchestra (2007)
    Commissioned and premiered by the Syracuse University Symphony Orchestra, James Welsch, conductor.
  • Second Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra (2008)
    Commissioned and premiered by Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia and clarinetist Javier Vinasco.
  • Symphonic Poems (2009)
    Composed during an artistic residence at the Banff Centre in Canada. Premiered by Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia, Baldur Brönnimann, conductor, on July 4, 2009
  • Pentecost Mass for Choir and Orchestra (1995 – rev. 2012)
    Commissioned by Notre-Dame Cathedral in 1995, orchestrated for a recording by EAFIT University Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
  • Red Rock for Orchestra (2013)
    Commissioned by the Henderson Symphony Orchestra, premiered on September 14, 2013 at the Henderson Pavilion; Taras Krysa, conductor

Large Ensembles

  • Audi Reliqua for Wind Ensemble (1998)
    Premiered by CCM Wind Symphony, Mark Babbitt, conductor, 1999
  • Multiple Choice for Winds (2003)
    Commissioned by John Hsu and the Cornell Symphony Orchestra. Premiered in February 2004 by the winds of the Cornell Symphony Orchestra, Diego Vega, conductor.
  • Movement for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2002)
    Premiered by the Cornell Festival Chamber Orchestra, Cornell University, Augustus Arnone, piano; Diego Vega, conductor, April 2002
  • Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2004)
    Premiered by the Cornell Festival Chamber Orchestra, Cornell University, April 2004
    Shane Levesque, piano; Diego Vega, conductor
  • Música Muisca (2011) for Chamber Orchestra
    Commissioned by the Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra, Jeff Meyer, conductor