- Cassandra: chamber opera in two acts, 2019. Libretto by Nathalie Anderson.
- Audio clip: Aria from Cassandra: Setting: aboard a Greek ship during the Trojan wars. Cassandra, a prophet from Troy, is a captive on a ship commanded by the Greek warrior Agamemnon. She mourns for the lost Troy of her childhood, a city that no one will ever see again. (Archival recording: Cassandra: Shelby Billups; Music Director: Shira Samuels-Shragg. Orchestra: students in the Department of Music and Dance, Swarthmore College.)
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- A Scandal in Bohemia: chamber opera in two acts, after a story by A. Conan Doyle, 2008. Libretto by Nathalie Anderson.
- Audio clip: Quartet from Scandal in Bohemia. Setting: London, 1880’s. After discretely following the singer Irene Adler through the streets of London, Sherlock Holmes is unexpectedly pressed into service as a witness as she is married to her lawyer, Godfrey Norton. Minister: the late Julian Rodescu; Norton: David Kravitz; Adler: Laura Heimes; Holmes: Markus Beam; James Freeman, conductor, with Orchestra 2001.
- Sukey in the Dark: chamber opera in one act, 2001; revised 2016. Libretto by Nathalie Anderson.
- Audio clip: Aria from Sukey in the Dark A contemporary re-envisioning of the Cupid and Psyche myth. Sukey – stuck in a dead-end job – finds herself in an unconventional relationship with a lover who never shows his face. What does it mean to go against social expectations? In this aria, Sukey sings to Eros that she yearns for their marriage to emerge from darkness. Audio from the Peabody Chamber Opera production with soprano Madeline Huss in the title role.
- The Royal Singer, a Participatory Opera for Children, 2015. Libretto by Nathalie Anderson, after a scenario by Stephen Russell.
Professor Song – eager for her child Bo to be chosen as the new Royal Singer – coaches five flawed singer-contestants, hoping to encourage Bo to enter the competition. Instead, Bo discovers the pleasure of being part of a chorus of friends. The penultimate scene is to be created and performed by a group of local children, in partnership with the adults. Audio of Scene 7: Finale.
- The Black Swan, chamber opera in two acts after the novella by Thomas Mann; 1996. Libretto by Nathalie Anderson.
- Audio clip 1: Trio from The Black Swan Setting: Düsseldorf, Germany, 1920’s. Rosalie von Tümmler, her daughter Anna, and Ken Keaton, a young American, admire the famous swans in the moat at Holterhof castle.
- Audio clip 2: the Kiss from The Black Swan Later, while exploring the ruins, Rosalie and Ken find each other in a kiss. Audio clips are from the September 1998 production, directed by Sarah Caldwell. Anna: Tamara Matthews; Ken: David Kravitz; Rosalie: Freda Herseth; Orchestra 2001, James Freeman, artistic director.
- Black Swan: Act II, scene ii libretto excerpts
- Prologue, Ciappelleto’s Scene, and Interludes for Decameron, a chamber opera after Boccaccio, 2010. Libretto by Karen Saillant.
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