Music for opera and theater

Griselda e il marchese di Saluzzo (2010)
operatic scene from Giovanni Boccaccio's "The Decameron" with libretto by Karen Saillant
for four singers (S-MS-T-Bar), small women's chorus and seven instrumentalists (fl, ob, cl, vln, vcl, perc., pno)
15 minutes, part of an evening-length collaboration on books from The Decameron.

Korczak's Orphans (2009)
opera in three acts with a libretto by Susan Gubernat
for ensemble cast, children's chorus, and orchestra
2 hours.  Visit the Korczak's Orphans website

A.W.O.L. (Le Colonel des Zouaves) (2005)
play by Olivier Cadiot, with original choruses by Adam Silverman. English adaptation by Marion Schoevaert for solo actor and 12-member onstage chorus
produced by In Parentheses Theater Company | 1 hour.

Brundibar (2004)
story with speech and song to the book by Maurice Sendak and Tony Kushner (2004), after the opera by Hans Krása and Adolf Hoffmeister
for soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, and ensemble (flute/picc., oboe/Eng. Hn., alto sax, bassoon, percussion, piano, viola, and contrabass), with sung and spoken parts performed by members of the ensemble
15 minutes, suitable for young audiences.

In The Night Kitchen (2004)
story with speech and song to the book by Maurice Sendak (1970)
for soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, and ensemble (flute/picc., oboe, clarinet, bassoon, percussion, piano, viola, and contrabass), with sung and spoken parts performed by members of the ensemble.
5 minutes, suitable for young audiences.