Piano Trio #1
This is a stand alone piece written for and performed by leading trio ensemble, The Horszowski Trio. The piece is inspired by the romantic language of Schubert and Schumann. You can read more about the performers here on their website.
Piano Trio #2: The Girl, the Brooch, & Death
This is another stand alone piece written for and performed by leading trio ensemble, The Horszowski Trio. The piece is inspired by the lithographs of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. You can read more about the performers here on their website.
They'll Spend the Summer
This score is for Mezzo Soprano, Flute, and 4 Hands Piano. The score is a handwritten graphic score that is not in digital form currently to be showcased. The text is based on the poem by Connecticut native Joshua Beckman who graciously lended the use for the purposes of this composition. Performed by Maria Sulimurski, Emily Roberts, Margaret Boswell, and Jade Wu.
Meet me in the Green Glen
This is a unique ensemble of Mezzo Soprano, Bassoon, and Piano. The three have been paired together for a piece that is loosely a rondo form, based on the poem by John Clare. This combination of instruments make a rich registral timbre that fills the warmth of the text.
This is a commissioned multi movement work that was premiered at the New England Conservatory in 2018. It is scored for Viola, Trombone, Tuba, and Piano (sometimes prepared). Each movement is inspired by test written by my father, Michael Boswell. This piece was commissioned by the Tubist - Conrad Shaw, who is joined in performance by Violist Laura Williamson, Trombonist Michael Cox, and myself on Piano. *If you would like to hear the piece in its entirety, please contact me and I will assist you in this*
On the walk home
This score is for two pianos and a solo violin. Performed by violinist Chloe Smith (who currently pursues her masters at Yale), pianist Dr. Kathryn Fouse, and myself on the 2nd piano. This piece was inspired by the daily evening walks, that I took during college, from the music building back to my home. This piece is in a rather palindromic form, and you can hear the footsteps at the start and end of the work - with the development representing all the ideas that flowed on the walk.