February 22: Dona nobis pacem performed by Hub New Music at Brown Hall, Boston as part of the 2016/17 NEC/Hub New Music Pierrot Initiative.
June 27-July 2: Composer-in-residence at Chamber Music Campania in Varano, Italy.
May 28: Ciaconna performed by Léo Marillier at Hôtel Soubise, Paris.
May 4: Ciaconna performed by Léo Marillier at Jordan Hall, Boston.
January: This Soul to Tend named a winner of the 2016 NEC Honors Ensemble Composition Competition.
April 26: Ciaconna premiered by Gabriela Diaz of Dinosaur Annex at their 12th Annual Young Composers Concert: "Preserving the Planet: Hi-Fi-Sci Art," presented as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.
September: Commissioned to compose a solo violin work for the Boston-based ensemble Dinosaur Annex.
September 24: Secret Litanies for woodwind quintet premiered by Bi-le Zhang, Jonathan Gentry, Diana Searle, Andrew Bass, and Christina Dioguardi at Jordan Hall, Boston.
April 1: Participated in a masterclass with composer Donald Crockett at NEC.
March: A recipient of the 2014 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award for To See the Stars Again. Announcement here.
December 13: To See the Stars Again was read by the NEC Philharmonia with Earl Lee conducting.
May 7: An excerpt from Book of Prayers was performed by the Spruce Quartet at Jordan Hall, Boston.
April 8: Participated in a masterclass with composer Oliver Knussen at NEC.
January: Book of Prayers named as a winner of the New England Conservatory Honors Ensemble Composition Competition.
July - August: Attended the Atlantic Music Festival at Colby College in Waterville, ME.
May 3: Savage Light-Celestial performed by the Syracuse University Contemporary Music Ensemble in Setnor Auditorium with the composer conducting.
-Admitted to the DMA program at New England Conservatory.
-Completed Light at Equinox for Horn, Tenor, and Piano (commissioned by Jonathan English).
March 24: Graduate recital at Syracuse University. Works performed:
Savage Light-Celestial, Light at Equinox, and Book of Prayers.
February: Completed Savage Light-Celestial for mixed ensemble (SU Contemporary Ensemble commission).
December 8: So Sad a Wonder premiered by the Syracuse University Wind Ensemble, conducted by Brent Paris.
September: Commissioned by Daniel Hege to compose a work for the Syracuse University Contemporary Ensemble.
June: Completed Book of Prayers for String Quartet.
March 31: Prayers performed in Setnor Auditorium at Syracuse University with Jon English leading the Syracuse Concerti Ensemble.
January 21: Stooges performed in Setnor Auditorium at Syracuse University by Mary DeMauro, Cody Forrest, and Ian Simon-Curry.
November 18: Stooges performed in Setnor Auditorium at Syracuse University by Mary DeMauro, Cody Forrest, and Ian Simon-Curry.
October 17: Fable III performed in the Schaffer Art Gallery at Syracuse University by Steff Rainess.
October 8: Fable II performed in Hemmle Recital Hall at Texas Tech University by Rafael Gallastegui.
May 15: Graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of North Texas.
April 26: Rhubarb Fugue for horn quartet premiered at the University of North Texas Spectrum Concert with William Scharnberg, Angela Winter, Terry Reynolds and myself on horn.
April 9: Received the Outstanding Undergraduate Student in Composition at the University of North Texas award.
January: Commissioned by Dr. William Scharnberg to write a horn quartet (Rhubarb Fugue).
October 1-4, 8-11: Performances of The Misanthrope at the UNT University Theater, featuring Incidental Music by Cody W. Forrest.
September 27: Fable performed by Jamie Lipton at the Greater Denton Arts Council Center for Visual Arts in a concert hosted by the UNT Composers Forum.
May: Selected to compose incidental music for the University of North Texas' production of Moliere's The Misanthrope.
April 27: Reflected Light and Skirr (Second and Third Movements from Three Pieces for Oboe, Percussion and Harp) premiered at the University of North Texas Spectrum Concert with Anna Morris, Dustin Doelling, Rod Kosterman, and Daniel Harmon performing.
March 2: Convoluted Spheres (First Movement from Three Pieces for Oboe, Percussion, and Harp) premiered at the University of North Texas Spectrum Concert with Anna Morris, Christopher Billings, Kate Vorel, and Daniel Harmon performing.
October 20: Fable premiered at the University of North Texas Spectrum Concert for new works by UNT students with Jamie Lipton performing.