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For solo piano. Performed by Eloysa Zelada at the Stiefel Hall, Mannes School of Music, New York City, USA, on February 26, 2020. 8′ listen


Achter de Bomen (soundtrack)

Directed by Thom Lunshof. read more

Zeven dagen alleen (soundtrack)

Directed by Dylan Werkman read more

De dood van een tijgermoeder (soundtrack)

Directed by Thijs Bouman.


Circles: things thought at the airport

Open instrumentation. Composed in Amsterdam. Recorded by Ensemble Nachtlicht at Studio -2, Amsterdam Conservatoire, the Netherlands. Premiered live by International Contemporary Ensemble together with students of Mannes School of Music in New York City, USA. listen aprox 12” listen

Music for Orizuru Osen

Live score for the film The Downfall of Osen (Kenji Mizoguchi, 1935). Voice, narrator, violin, piano, charango, fixed electronics. Performed by Renán Zelada, Carolina Cortés, and Nathalia Valdés at the Sounds of Silence Festival in The Hague, the Netherlands, on March 10, 2018. 90′ listen


…seguiré siendo la misma (…I’ll Keep On Being the Same)

For solo piano. Composed in The Hague. Inspired on a poem by Eloysa Zelada, and dedicated to her on her birthday. aprox 12′

Abhyaroha II

Open score. Composed in The Hague, Netherlands. Performed by Rui Medeiro de Matos (flute), Cátia Domingos (flute), Annick Odom (clarinet), Andreea Chirpac (bassoon), and Pedro Gonçalves (bassoon), at the Arnold Schonberg Hall of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, the Netherlands, on April 3, 2017. aprox 12′



For organ. Composed in The Hague and Haarlem, Netherlands. Musical material taken from the song Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus. Performed by Laurens de Man on the Müller organ at the St. Bavo Church in Haarlem, the Netherlands on July 28, 2016. 7’30”

3 songs

For soprano and piano. Composed in The Hague, Netherlands. The texts are taken from Gerard Reve (Leve onze marine), Yukio Mishima (Confessions of a Mask, in a French translation), and Pedro Lemebel (preface to Loco Afán). Performed by Aurélie Lierman (soprano), and Ivan Pavlov (piano) in the Arnold Schonberg Hall of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, the Netherlands, on April 6, 2016. 10′


El carrete de las guaguas voladoras (The Party of the Flying Babies)

For organ. Composed in The Hague, Netherlands. Performed by Magdalena Jones on the Molzer organ at the Orgelpark in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on October 17, 2015. 4’40”

Study in Heterophony

For flute, clarinet, violin, cello, tam-tam, and piano. Composed in The Hague for a Project with Ensemble Oerknal, who performed and recorded it on March 5, 2015. 1’50”


Ave Maria

For soprano and piano composed in The Hague. The text is the Latin version of the Catholic prayer. The piece is dedicated to Caterina Villarroel (soprano). Performed by Sterre Konijn (soprano) and Cathelijne Noorland (piano) at the Princess Cristina Composition Competition in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on January 31, 2015. Winner of Second Prize. 7’20”

Oh tiempo tus pirámides (Oh Time, Thy Pyramids)

For piano and percussion commissioned by Sebastián Brown as music for his final choreography exam at the Escuela Moderna de Música (Modern School of Music), Santiago, Chile. Performed by Raúl Santana (piano) and Antonio Pierna (percussion) on April 10, 2015. 10’40”

Trois tableaux

For solo accordion composed in The Hague, Netherlands. The piece is dedicated to Robbrecht van Cauwenberghe. Performed by himself on April 25, 2014, during the Spring Festival at the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague, Netherlands. Second performance on September 12, 2014 at TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands, during the Gaudeamus Muziekweek. 13’34”


Piano Sonata

Composed in Lodz, Poland. First movement performed by Paulina Urbankowska on April 24, 2013, during the Musica Moderna festival at the Akademia Muzyczna in Lodz, Poland. 20′


Another year…

For mezzo-soprano, timpani, temple blocks and double bass. The text is a haiku by Allen Ginsberg (“Another year / has past – the world / is no different”). The piece was composed in Lodz, Poland. Performed by Benjamin Jago Larham, Caitlin Callahan, Alfonso Salar and Panagiotis Ziavras on December 9, 2013 at the Korzo Theater in The Hague, the Netherlands. 3′

Un símbolo, una rosa (A Symbol, a Rose)

For violin, cello, piano and congas, based on a given theme by Claude Debussy and dance rhythms from the Caribbean. Written during the International Summer Academy of Music (ISAM) in Ochsenhausen, Germany and performed during the Joseph Dorfman Memorial Composers’ Competition in August 3, 2012. 4’30”


Montaña Nevada (Snowed Mountain)

For piano written in Santiago, Chile, during the summer (December – January). Performed by Renán Zelada at a charity concert in November 2011 at Santiago College, Santiago, Chile. 10′


El Último Océano (The Last Ocean)

For string quartet, commissioned by Alexander Scheirle (artistic director of the Crested Butte Music Festival in Colorado, USA), composed in Santiago, Chile. The work and title are inspired by a poem by Pablo Neruda. Performed by the American String Quartet in August 5, 2011 in the Union Congregational Church of Crested Butte, Colorado, USA. 11’45”

The Man and the River

For piano trio (violin, cello and piano) based on Robert Schumann’s name, written during the International Summer Academy of Music (ISAM) in Ochsenhausen, Germany. Performed during the Joseph Dorfman Memorial Composers’ Competition (with which ISAM finishes, August 19, 2010, Landesmusikakademie, Ochsenhausen, Germany) and won Jury’s Prize for the Young Talent. 8′   +31 6 1850 3645