Excerpts of the concerto “Tell Me Again,” performed by cellist Karen Ouzounian and the Orlando Philharmonic with conductor Eric Jacobsen

Cello Creation: a Cello Concerto in-progress. Animation+music by Lembit Beecher

Aizuri Quartet along with Lembit Beecher (musical sculptures), performs Sophia’s Wide Awake Dreams from their GRAMMY-nominated album, Blueprinting, released September 28th, 2018 by New Amsterdam Records.

Cellist Seth Parker Woods performs the online premiere of Movement 1: Evaporate of “Suite (of childhood learning).”

A Far Cry premieres The Conference of the Birds for 18 solo strings on Jan. 13, 2017.

Trailer for Sophia’s Forest, a chamber opera with electronically-controlled sound sculptures

Aizuri Quartet performs These Memories May Be True

Mvt. II: Legend of the Last Ship (And Other Collective Memories)

Mvt. IV: Variations on a Somewhat Old Folk Song

Looking at Spring, performed by Mary Bonhag at the Resonant Bodies Festival, September 7, 2017 at Roulette in NYC

I Missed the Beginning, premiered February 12, 2017 at the 5 Boroughs Music Festival by Jennifer Johnson Cano, Kivie Cahn-Lipman and Jocelyn Dueck:


Excerpts from recent work (2009-2016):


An Anthology of Joy, premiered by the University of Michigan Band, James VanValkenburg, viola and Michael Haithcock, conductor on April 8, 2016:


Mvt. 3 from Small Looking Up  premiered by Emily Popham Gillins and Karen Ouzounian at Scrag Mountain Music in August 2015.


“Nobody Dies Anymore,” from Looking at Spring, live performance by Mary Bonhag in May 2104 at Scrag Mountain Music, with animation by Lembit Beecher


These Memories May Be True  Mvt. 1 – studio recording by the Aizuri Quartet with animation by Lembit Beecher


These Memories May Be True Mvt. 3 – studio recording by the Aizuri Quartet with animation by Lembit Beecher


Scene Two Interlude from I Have No Stories To Tell You with video by Kevork Mourad


Scene Three from I Have No Stories To Tell You with video by Kevork Mourad


A New Music Box video profile:


Scene 12 from And Then I Remember with animation by Lembit Beecher:


And Then I Remember part 1 filmed at the University of Michigan video studio: