Conducted Repertoire (Major)

Adams— Son of Chamber Symphony* (University of California, Los Angeles, 12/16)

Adès— Chamber Symphony* (Eastman School of Music, 1/12)

Barber— Adagio* (Pleven Philharmonic, Bulgaria, 7/15)

Beethoven— Symphony No. 1* (UCLA, 3/15); Symphonies Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7* (ESM, 11/11); Leonora Overture No. 3; Egmont Overture; Piano Concerto Nos. 2 and 3

Berg— Sieben frühe Lieder* (ESM, 11/10)

Berio— Folk Songs* (What’s Next? Ensemble, Los Angeles, 10/15); Ricorrenze* (University of Southern California, 10/07)

Borodin— Polovetsian Dances* (Aurora Symphony, 12/12)

Brahms— Violin Concerto* (UCLA, 12/14); Piano Concerto No. 1* (ESM, 1/12); Symphonies (all)

Britten— Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings* (UCLA, 5/16); The Rape of Lucretia* (Opera Brittenica, 10/13); Les Illuminations (Boulder Chamber Orchestra, 11/13)

Castelnuovo-Tedesco— Concerto for Guitar* (USC, 10/07)

Debussy— Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune* (UCLA, 11/16)

Dvorak— Symphony No. 9* (UCLA, 3/15; Pleven Philharmonic, 7/15); Symphony No. 8; Slavonic Dances

Elgar— Enigma Variations* (Pleven Philharmonic, 7/15)

Fauré— Requiem* (Palo Alto Philharmonic, 5/14)

Golijov— Ayre* (UCLA, 6/15)

Grieg— Piano Concerto* (UCLA, 3/15)

Hartke— Meanwhile* (UCLA, 12/14)

Herrmann— Suite from Vertigo* (UCLA, 11/16)

Humperdinck— “Dream Pantomime” from Hansel und Gretel* (Aurora, 12/12)

Ibert— Concertino da camera* (UCLA, 6/16)

Ives— The Unanswered Question* (ESM, 2/12)

Knussen— Ophelia Dances*; Trumpets* (ESM, 12/10)

Lesemann— Violin Concerto* (ESM, 2/11)

Ligeti— Piano Concerto

Liszt— Les Préludes* (UCLA, 6/15)

Lutosławski— Concerto for Orchestra

Mahler— Symphony No. 3 (Mvt. I), Symphony No. 5 (Mvt. I)

Maxwell Davies— 8 Songs for a Mad King* (ESM, 2/11); Antechrist* (ESM, 10/10)

Mendelssohn— Violin Concerto* (University of Denver, 1/13), Symphony No. 4

Mozart— Così fan tutte* (Opera UCLA, 2/16); Symphony No. 35 “Haffner”* (UCLA, 6/16); Overture to Die Zauberflöte* (ESM, 02/12); Violin Concerto No. 5* (University of Denver, 11/12); Symphonies Nos. 29, 33, 35, 39, 40, 41; Clarinet Concerto, Flute Concerto, Flute and Harp Concerto

Murail— Allégories*; Winter Fragments* (ESM, 03/11)

Mussorgsky/Ravel— Pictures at an Exhibition* (ESM, 04/12)

Palestrina/Stokowski— Adoramus te* (Aurora, 12/12)

Poulenc— Organ Concerto in G minor* (Palo Alto Philharmonic, 5/14)

Puccini— Preludio sinfonico* (UCLA, 6/15)

Purcell— Dido & Aeneas* (Art of Opera Foundation, 10/09)

Rachmaninov— Piano Concerto No. 1* (UCLA, 12/15)

Ravel— Le tombeau de Couperin* (ESM, 4/12); Mother Goose Suite

Reinecke— Flute Concerto* (UCLA, 6/16)

Rimsky-Korsakov— Scheherazade

Rossini— Overture to La gazza ladra* (ESM, 11/11), Overture to Il barbieri Siviglia (6/15)

Sarasate/Bizet— “Carmen” Fantasie* (Aurora, 12/12)

Schoenberg— Pierrot Lunaire* (Playground Ensemble, 2/14)

Shostakovich— Piano Concerto No. 1* (UCLA, 4/15); Symphony No. 5 (Mvts. II* and IV*, ESM, 2/12), Symphony No. 10

Saint Saëns— Danse bachanale from “Samson et Delilah”* (Menlo School, 10/02)

Sondheim— Sweeney Todd* (Eso Theatricals, Budapest, 9/16)

Stockhausen— Kontra-Punkte* (ESM, 4/11)

Strauss, J.— Overture to Die Fledermaus

Strauss, R.— Tod und Verklärung; Ein Heldenleben

Stravinsky— Firebird Suite* (UCLA, 3/17); The Rite of Spring; L’histoire du soldat; Octet, Pulcinella Suite (Pleven Philharmonic, 7/15)

Stucky— Boston Fancies* (UCLA, 12/15)

Tchaikovsky— Symphony Nos. 1 and 4, Piano Concerto No. 1, Overture to Romeo and Juliet

Verdi— Overture to La forza del destino; La traviata (several arias)

Villa-Lobos— Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5* (ESM, 09/10)

Vivaldi— Piccolo Concerto* (Menlo School, 11/01)

Wagner— Preludes (Act I, Act III) and Liebestod from “Tristan und Isolde”* (UCLA, 11/16); Preludes from Lohengrin (Act III), Holländer, Tannhäuser

Webern— Five Pieces for Orchestra

Weill— Down in the Valley* (Opera UCLA, 6/15)

 

*Denotes a public performance, rather than a reading or lab orchestra lesson. This list is not exhaustive, and does not include scores I’ve studied but not conducted with orchestra, e.g. Wozzeck, nor does it include my own pieces or those by student composers.