WORKS

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Chamber music and solo works

Turns of Phrase for flute and piano (2016)

first performed by Laura Kaufman, flute, and Jessica Krash at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

Sulpicia’s Songs for voice and piano (2015)

poems by Sulpicia in English renderings by Mary Maxwell

first performed by Emily Noel, soprano, and Jessica Krash at the Wellfleet Library in Wellfleet, Massachusetts August 2015

performed by Emily Noel and Jessica Krash at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

Cantigas de amigo of Martin Codax (2015)

first performed by Emily Noel, soprano, and Jessica Krash at the Wellfleet Library in Wellfleet, Massachusetts  2015

performed by Emily Noel and Jessica Krash at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

Delphi – What the Oracle Said for solo cello (1997 – revised 2014)

video performance by Tanya Anisimova for YouTube 2014

first performed by Tanya Anisimova at the Hall of Mirrors Performance Series in Glen Echo Park, Maryland in 1997

performed by Tanya Anisimova at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

performed by Tanya Anisimova at Dance Place in Washington, DC in 1997

performed by Paige Riggs at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in 1998

performed by Diana Fish(Capital Composers Alliance)in Washington, DC 1998

Dangerous Curves for solo piano (2012)

recorded in 2012 by Jessica Krash, piano – Albany Records

broadcast on NewMusicBox in 2014

performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

Second Hand for solo piano (2012)

Used Philosophy

broadcast on Lithuanian National Radio August 2016

Used Poetry

Used Opera

recorded in 2012 by Jessica Krash – Albany Records

performed by Jessica Krash at the Davies Hall Salon Series, Washington, DC in 2014

Cheyenne Rabbi 1940 for violin and piano (2011)

recorded in 2012 by Ian Swensen, violin and Jessica Krash – Albany Records

broadcast on Lithuanian National Radio, August 2016

Be Seeing You for piano quintet (2009)

Commissioned by the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC) and the National Museum of Women in the Arts

first performed by Jessica Krash and the National Gallery String Quartet (aka the Sunrise Quartet) at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in 2009

recorded in 2012 by Jessica Krash and the National Gallery String Quartet – Albany Records

broadcast in Amsterdam on Conzertzender Radio, Radio Monalisa in 2013

broadcast in Burlington, VT on WRUV  in 2013 (“Cherries”)

performed by Jessica Krash and the National Gallery String Quartet at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC in 2009

really, truly – a valentine for violin and piano (2009)

Commissioned by the 21st Century Consort, Christopher Kendall, artistic director

first performed by Lisa Emenheiser, piano, and Elisabeth Adkins, violin, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in 2009

recorded by Elisabeth Adkins and Jessica Krash in 2012 – Albany Records

broadcast in Burlington, VT on WRUV in 2013

performed by ChristianTremblay, violin, and Audrey Andrist, piano at the Livewire Festival in Baltimore in 2015

Four Lives Cut Short (an anti-war piece) for solo piano (2007)

Commissioned by the 21st Century Consort, Christopher Kendall, artistic director

first performed by Lisa Emenheiser at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in 2007

Her and Him, based on two drawings by Saul Steinberg for solo piano (2007)

Commissioned by the 21st Century Consort, Christopher Kendall, artistic director

first performed by Lisa Emenheiser at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in 2007

performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore, 2007

Five Bagatelles for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2005, revised in 2011)

Commissioned by Nancy Sulfridge, Bonnie Resnick, Edwina Moldover and Ray

Soukup and first performed by them at George Washington University in 2007

recorded with Paul Cigan, clarinet, Carole Tafoya Evans, violin, Mark Evans, cello and Jessica Krash in 2012 – Albany Records

broadcast on WWFM in 2013

broadcast on KRWG in New Mexico and Texas in 2013

broadcast in Burlington, VT on WRUV in 2013

performed at Strathmore by Nancy Sulfridge, clarinet, Rob Grace, violin, Edwina Moldover, cello and Ray Soukup, piano, 2014

Fog for solo piano (2004)

first performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash – Capstone Records (now Parma), Obstructed View

Fever for solo piano (2003)

first performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma), Obstructed View

performed by Jessica Krash at the Davies Hall Salon Series, Washington, DC in 2014

Minute Waltz for solo piano (2003)

first performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma), Obstructed View

performed by Jessica Krash at the Davies Hall Salon Series, Washington, DC in 2014

PTA for solo piano (2003)

first performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma) , Obstructed View

performed by Jessica Krash at the Davies Hall Salon Series, Washington, DC in 2014

Mother from Another Planet for solo piano (2002)

first performed by Jessica Krash at “Art-o-matic,” Washington, DC in 2002

performed by Jessica Krash at the Davies Hall Salon Series, Washington, DC in 2014

performed by Betty Ann Miller at the Levine School of Music in 2003

performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma) , Obstructed View

Undisclosed Location for solo piano (2002)

first performed by Jessica Krash at “Art-o-matic,” Washington, DC in 2002

performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

performed by Lisa Emenheiser, 21 Century Consort at the Smithsonian American Arts Museum, 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma) , Obstructed View

Claudia’s Little Apocalypse for solo piano (2001)

first performed by Jessica Krash at Strathmore in Washington, DC in 2007

recorded by Jessica Krash on Capstone Records (now Parma), Obstructed View

Hannukat Ha’Bayit – Dedication of the House for klezmer, jazz, and classical players (2001)

commissioned by Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation, Bethesda, MD

first performed there by the Adat Shalom Klezmer Workshop assisted by David Julian Gray, klezmer clarinet; Joyce Rizzolo, violin; David Freeman, electric bass; and Jessica Krash, piano; in 2001

Details at 11 for solo piano (2000)

first performed by Lisa Emenheiser Logan, 20th Century Consort at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC in 2000

performed by Betty Ann Miller, Levine School of Music, Washington in 2004

performances by Jessica Krash at the Mousetrap Series in Washington Grove, Maryland in 2000; the Lake Newport Recital Series in Reston, Virginia in 2000; the “IN Series” in Washington, DC in 1999; and at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in 1998

I Tried to Tell You for cello and piano (1999); revised in 2011 as What I Wanted to Tell You

first performed by Tanya Anisimova, cello and Jessica Krash, piano on the “IN Series – Women’s Work Woman’s Words Concert” Washington, DC 2000

performed by Anisimova and Krash at Strathmore, Washington DC in 2016

performed by Anisimova and Krash on the Alexandria Recital Series at the Lyceum in 2000; and Mousetrap Series, Washington Grove, MD in 2000

performed by Lori Barnet and Jessica Krash, Columbian Contemporary Consort, George Washington University, 2014

performed by Ralitza Patcheva, piano and Vasily Popov, cello at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC in 2002

Recorded by Tanya Anisimova and Jessica Krash in 2012, Albany Records

broadcast on WUOT in Knoxville, TN and WRUV in Burlington, VT in 2013

Sex in the Suburbs for alto saxophone and viola (1997)

first performed by Gary Louie and Sarah Wetherbee at the Hall of Mirrors

Performance Series in Glen Echo Park, Maryland in 1997

performed by Rhonda Buckley and Mahoko Eguchi, Washington Musica Viva in Kensington, Maryland 2002

pear, plum for solo violin (1996)

first performed by Ian Swensen at the Hall of Mirrors Performance Series in Glen Echo Park, Maryland in 1997

Dance and Song for string quartet (1994)

first performed by the Contemporary Music Forum, Washington, DC in 1994

performances at the Hall of Mirrors in 1997 by Ian Swensen, Rebecca Harris-Lee, Sarah Wetherbee, and Tanya Anisimova

Duo for dizi and shakuhachi (Chinese and Japanese flutes) (1993)

first performed by Barbara Siesel and James Schleffer at the National Flute Convention in Boston in 1993

performed in New York City at the Mostly Women Composers Festival by Chen Tau and James Schlefer in 1995

Sonata for cello and piano (1994)

first performed by Iganacio Alcover and Jessica Krash at the University of Maryland in 1991

performed by Tanya Anisimova and Jessica Krash in Washington Grove in 1998

performed by the Contemporary Music Forum in Washington, DC in 1994

performed by Paige Riggs and Jessica Krash at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in 1998

performed by Tanya Anisimova and Jessica Krash in Washington Grove in 1998

Performed by Bonnie Thron at the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC in 1999

Three Songs on medieval Hebrew texts from Spain, for soprano, flute, clarinet and viola (1992)

first performed by Paula Chipman, Amy Thomas, Linda Hnath, and Sarah Wetherbee at the University of Maryland in 1992

Orchestra

Ready or Not for harp and string orchestra (2002); full orchestra version (2004)

commissioned by the American Composers Forum, Washington, DC chapter for the opening ceremony of the new building of Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School

first performed by the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School String Orchestra, directed by Marshall White, with Rosalie Gilbert, harp in 2002

Details at 11 for chamber orchestra (1999; revised 2002)

Creation Myth for chamber orchestra (1998)

Chorus

Three Songs about Nature and Art for chamber choir (2001)

commissioned by the Sherwood High School Chamber Singers, William Evans, director

first performed by them at Oakdale Emory Church in Olney, Maryland in 2001

performed by the George Washington University Women’s Choir, 2008

Playground Music for children’s chorus (1991)

commissioned by the Levine School of Music, Washington, DC

first performed by the Levine Children’s Chorus, Janet Hofmeister, director, at the Levine School in 1992 and at the Hall of Mirrors Series in 1993

recorded for film and broadcast on WETA, public television in Washington, DC in 1995

Music with Dance

Luminous Phenomena: Along the Way (2015)

commissioned and choreographed by Nancy Havlik

first performance at Dance Place, Washington, DC in 2015 with Dance Performance Group

performed at Atlas Performing Arts Center in 2015 with Dance Performance Group

Weightless for soprano and dancer (1999)

choreographed by Nancy Havlik

first performances by Martha Elliott, soprano at the Joyce SoHo in New York City, and at Joy of Motion in Washington, DC in 1999

Taking Sides for alto sax, tenor sax, and five dancers (1998)

written for performance on the C & O Canal in Washington, DC

choreographed by Nancy Havlik

first performed in 1998

film made by Linda Lewett of the live performance was shown at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Washington, DC; at Joy of Motion in Washington, DC; and at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in 1998

Between You and Me for piano, tape, and four dancers (1996)

choreographed by Nancy Havlik

first performed at the Austrian Embassy in Washington, DC in 1996 by the Dance Performance Group and Jessica Krash

performance by the Dance Performance Group and Jessica Krash at Joy of Motion and Dance Place, and crossCurrents Series in Washington, DC, 1997

Music after Kandinsky for tape and four dancers (1995)

choreographed by Nancy Havlik

performances by the Dance Performance Group at Dance Place, Joy of Motion, and Glen Echo Park in 1995

Bubbeh’s Grace for tape, viola, and dancer (1993)

choreographed and danced by Clara Maxwell

first performance at the University of Maryland in 1993 with Sarah Wetherbee, viola

version for tape, cello and slides performed by Tanya Anisimova on the No Noise Reduction Series, Washington, DC 1996

Creation Myth for tape, viola, saxophone and child dancers (1993)

choreographed by Clara Maxwell

performed by Gary Louie, saxophone and Sarah Wetherbee, viola with dancer Clara Maxwell and a group of children on the Hall of Mirrors Series, Glen Echo Park, Maryland, 1994

Video

Playground Music (1995)

short film based on songs for children’s chorus, written and produced by Jessica Krash and Steve Schecter. Levine Children’s Chorus, Janet Hofmeister, conductor, Jessica Krash, piano. Broadcast on WETA, public television in Washington, DC in 1995.