Son of Heaven, chamber opera in three acts
The International Vadstena Academy
The Swedish Arts Council
Premiered July 17, 2015 (12 performances)
Vadstena Summer Opera Festival, Sweden
Photo gallery

Duo for cello and percussion
Haruka Fujii
Sumire Kudo
(of the New York Philharmonic)
Premiered July 2009
The Juilliard Summer Percussion Seminar
The Juilliard School, New York, NY, USA

Four Nights of Dream, chamber opera
The International Vadstena Academy
The Japan Foundation
The American Composers Forum

Premiered July 2008,
Vadstena Opera Festival, Vadstena, Sweden
Photo gallery on Flickr

Bukuchi U Bukuchi A for piano solo
Sachiko Kato
Premiered August 2008, the Phoenix Hall, Osaka, Japan

Sylvan Lay and Pastoral Air
for marimba solo
Makoto Nakura

Premiered July 2007, River to River Festival, New York, NY, USA

Porcine Go-go for flute, violin, cello and piano
The peärls before swïne experience (Caprice recording artists)
Premiered April 2007, Capitol, Stockholm, Sweden

Three Bagatelles
for violin, cello and piano
The Weaving Japanese Sounds concert series
Premiered June 2005, Yamaha Artist Services’ Piano Salon, New York City, USA

Meditation for cello solo
Beata Söderberg (Warner Music Sweden recording artist)
Premiered August 2004, Landeryds kyrka, Linköping, Sweden

Kaguyama Dance for viola and piano
The Katz-Shteinberg Duo

Premiered February 2004, Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, New York City, USA

Take the Six for marimba and electronics
Mayumi Sekizawa (Aurora Classical Japan recording artist)
Premiered September 2003, Raisin Hall, Nagano, Japan

Three Nordic Songs for guitar solo
Georg Gulyás (Proprius-Sweden recording artist)

Premiered June 2003, Hamamatsu, Japan

Atomotium for piano
Dmitri Shteinberg
Premiered October 2002, Donnell Library, New York City, USA

Mifune for viola solo
Shmuel Katz
Premiered September 2001, the Israeli Embassy, Washington DC., USA

Three Japanese Songs for guitar solo
Georg Gulyás
Premiered August 2000, Fredrikstad, Norway

JoHaKyu for cello and piano
Beata Söderberg
Premiered September 1999, Stockholm, Sweden