Chorale Fantasia on an Original Theme (for Brass Septet)
Crucifixion I: At the Heart of the World (for B-flat Clarinet, Violin, and Cello)
Performed on February 28, 2016 at the Byre Theatre in St. Andrews, Scotland by members of the Red Note Ensemble.
dance dance dance (for Flute, Oboe, B-flat Clarinet, Horn, and Bassoon)
in your nearer being you placed the light (for String Trio)
the earth flows away from the shore where I stand (for B-flat Clarinet, C Trumpet, and Piano)
Performed on July 5, 2018 at the Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium by members of the American Composers Ensemble.
Venite Adoremus (for Piano Quartet)
Recorded on November 28, 2016 in St. Salvator's Chapel in St. Andrews, Scotland with Rebecca Clulow (violin), Jo McGeoch (viola), Alan McGeoch (cello), James Green (piano).
fair horizons full of light
Give Unto the Lord (for Choir and Organ)
Job's Prayer (Which Is Ours) (STB)
Performed at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, D.C. on October 6, 2018.
Missa aurora salutis
Kyrie read by the CUA Chamber Choir in Washington, D.C. on December 6, 2017.
O Vere Beata Nox (for Choir and Organ)
The Spirit Shall Return
Performed on October 22, 2015 at St. Leonard’s College in St. Andrews, Scotland by Voces8.
Organ Symphony No. 1
VII. Agnus Dei
VIII. Ite missa est
Performed on December 6, 2017 in Washington, D.C. by Radina Dosseva.
Scores are available upon request.
I will present my paper “Gregorian Echoes: The Influence of Plainchant on the Music of Henri Dutilleux" at the University of Tennessee Contemporary Music Festival on October 26!Read More
The Trombone Concerto is, extraordinarily, all that it sets out to be. It is a dirge for those lost. It is a celebration of life. It is an unbelievable vehicle for the abilities of the trombone, and of the virtuoso trombonist. And, more than anything else, it is James MacMillan. It is a work inexorably formed by his hands, and is the unique outworking of his spirit.Read More
In November 2018, I will present a paper titled “Olivier Messiaen's 'Des Canyons aux étoiles': How Love for Creation Inspires Creativity" at the American Academy of Religion's Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.