Artist-in-Residence {2018-2019}                             Northeastern University Center for the Arts | Boston, MA

This residency will include support for the SOUND, a multi-disciplinary series of performances designed for public spaces throughout Boston. It also supports the development of a dynamic resource guide for creating performance-based artworks in the public realm. 


Composer-in-Residence {2016-2017}                                Boston Public Library | Boston, MA

This residency supported the creation of a new site-responsive piece, And all the men and women merely playersa 70-minute site-specific performance installation that deconstructs Shakespeare’s As You Like It for an immersive weeklong public performance of six musicians and five dancers that was staged throughout the Boston Public Library Central Branch at Copley Square. It also supported the design and implementation of a sound and digital storytelling workshop for pre-teens and a lecture/discussion group for aging adults about interdisciplinary collaborations fo the 20th century.

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Interdisciplinary + Collaborative Residency {February 2017}    With Sculptor Natalia Zubko | Arctic Circle

This self-funded residency was foundational for the collaboration with sculptor Natalia Zubko, together building a creative dialogue, research on the aurora borealis, and researching the science, geography, and culture indicative of the Arctic Circle. Subsequent pieces, wonder*sense @ KAM and Eav'ning Light were directly influenced by this experience.


Composition Residency {August 2007}                                  Tufts in Talloires | Talloires, France

This 10-day chamber music program focused on editing, rehearsing, and conducting  string sextet, composed specifically for this ensemble: a multigenerational group of strangers with widely varying levels of expertise. The outcome was a largely improvisational work with directed form, motifs, and expression markings, with a primary intention to spark collaborative dialogue and creative/personal/professional connections within the ensemble.


Composition Residency {August 2005}                             Turkish Cypriot Friends of Music Association

On an small island, divided between Turkey and Greece, the Turkish Cypriot Friends of Music Association promotes civic, cultural, and peaceful collaboration between Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots through chamber and orchestral music. This particular residency was served with the Turkish Cypriot Friends of Music Association and under the invitation of Marjorie Gere, composing and performing a solo piano work and a trio (violin, clarinet, and accordion) that was comprised of musicians from both sides of the island.