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Mark Grey, composer
Mark Grey, composer
Mark Grey, composer

Mark Grey, composer
Mark Grey, Deborah O'Grady, Laura Tohe and Brady Allred
Salt Lake Choral Artists, Enemy Slayer post-performance


Enemy SlayerEnemy Slayer: A Navajo Oratorio
70-minute oratorio for large orchestra, 150 member chorus, and baritone (Scott Hendricks). The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Michael Christie conducting. Excerpts only. 2008 Naxos Records release.

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Fanfare for orchestra: 2-1/2 minute work for orchestra. The work was commissioned and premiered by The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in January 2011, conducted by Donald Runnicles. This recording is an archive of the premiere.

MugunghwaMugunghwa (Rose of Sharon)
46-minute work for solo violin (Jennifer Koh), chorus (Los Angeles Master Chorale), and ensemble of 10 musicians, conducted by Grant Gershon. The work had its premiere at The Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, in March 2011. Excerpts only. This recording is an archive of the premiere.

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Fire AngelsA Rax DawnÃtash Sorushãn (Fire Angels)
33-minute work for soprano (Jessica Rivera), chamber orchestra and electronic soundscapes. The work premiered at Carnegie Hall in March 2011 and Cal Performances, Berkeley CA, in April 2011. Note, this work is currently being adapted for The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to be scored for soprano, tenor, and orchestra as well as expanded to 50-minutes in length, to premiere during the 2013/14 ASO season. Excerpts only. This recording is an archive of the premiere.


A Rax DawnA Rax Dawn
for solo piano
World Premiere on April 20, 2009
Symphony Space, Cutting Edge Concerts, New York, NY
European Premiere in February 2010, Le Concours International de Piano d'Orléans, Orléans, France
Molly Morkoski, piano


The SummonsThe Summons
for orchestra
Premiered September 2007
The Phoenix Symphony
Michael Christie, conductor


Left for the DogsLeft for the Dogs
for solo violin
Premiered at The New World Symphony - Inside the Music Series, Miami 2007 (with several performances in the U.S.)
Piotr Szewczyk, violin

for solo violin and orchestra
Premiered on July 9, 2006
The Colorado Music Festival Orchestra
Leila Josefowicz, violin
Michael Christie, conductor


for orchestra
Premiered on July 3, 2005
The Colorado Music Festival Orchestra
Michael Christie, conductor


San Andreas SuiteSan Andreas Suite
12-minute work for solo violin written for Leila Josefowicz. First movement only. 2004 Warner Classics release.


Sparrow's EchoSparrow's Echo
for string quartet
Premiere recording (2004) by Leila Josefowicz (violin), Airi Yoshioka (violin), Nokuthula Ngwenyama (viola), Nina Lee (cello)



for violin, cello, percussion and electronics
Premiered by The California EarUnit, 2001 premiere recording (2004) by Leila Josefowicz, violin; Sophie Shao, cello; David Cossin, percussion



BertoiaBertoia I and Bertoia II
for string quartet, eight infra-red sensors and live computer processing
Premiered by Kronos Quartet, 2003



Sands of TimeSands of Time
for four celli and live computer processing
Premiered and recorded by Joan Jeanrenaud, 2002


Blood RedBlood Red
for cello and live computer processing
Premiered and recorded by Joan Jeanrenaud, 2001


Naxos 'Enemy Slayer' podcast interview with Mark Grey

Groundbreaking Sound Design
The Metropolitan Opera, Dr. Atomic "Behind the Scenes"


Oklahoma! - Lyric Opera of Chicago


Ātash Sorushān (Fire Angels)

Jessica Rivera on Ātash Sorushān (Fire Angels):
Inspired by Rumi and Bernstein
Jessica Rivera provides background information on Ātash Sorushān (Fire Angels)
Jessica Rivera: Early rehearsal of Ātash Sorushān
(Fire Angels)
Soprano Jessica Rivera and composer Mark Grey discuss Ātash Sorushān (Fire Angels)



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