TESLA (multidisciplinary opera)
PREVIEW - Tesla's radical visions of scientific potential, and capitalist reform, which led to his rise as well as his downfall, resonate even more powerfully in the 21st century.
BEST NEW WORKS South Florida Classical Review 2017
FAIRY TALES, SONGS OF THE DANDELION WOMAN (multimedia opera)
PREVIEW - A 70-minute trip “down the rabbit hole.” With a score and libretto created by Carson Kievman, this contemporary music-theater journey hurtles through a kaleidoscopically shifting mental landscape, past the borderline between hilarity and madness, into a surrealistic dislocation.
A SHATTERING EXPERIENCE The M iami Herald / South Florida Classical Review
SYMPHONY NO 5 (SYMBIOSIS) - FOURTH MOVEMENT
"Symphony No.5" is a symbiotic pairing with "Symphony No. 4 (Biodiversity)". This symphony was inspired by spending time in the natural environs of the Everglades, the Florida Keys and the Cayman Islands.
Video of scrolling score. Midi realization using Finale with Garratin Sounds (2016)
INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS, the surrender of self in mystical contemplation (multimedia opera)
PREVIEW - Provocative 90 minute multimedia opera exploring epic conflicts at the intersections of the natural universe, technology and humanity.
A SENSATION! The Miami Herald 2015
PREVIEW - Pulsing, provocative and multidimensional, this contemporary take on Shakespeare's classic drama was the final commission by legendary New York theatrical producer Joseph Papp and scheduled for performance 20 years ago for the New York Shakespeare Festival, but it remained unperformed due to Papp's tragic passing.
DRAMATICALLY. POWERFULL - The Miami Herald/South Florida Classical Review