Dr. Jeremy Sagala



• 2010 – 2015
Lehrbeauftragter für Musik
Fredonia State University, NY

• 2007 – 2010
Assistenzprofessor für Musiktheorie & Komposition
Southeastern Louisiana University

• 2003 – 2007
Lehrbeauftragter für Musik
Northeastern University

• 2003 – 2006
Brandeis University


• 2006
Ph.D. in Komposition und Musiktheorie
Brandeis University – Waltham, MA

• 2004
M.A. in Musiktheorie
Buffalo University of New York – Buffalo, NY

• 2000
M.M. in Komposition
Boston Conservatory – Boston MA

• 1998
B.M. in Jazz Komposition
Berklee College of Music – Boston, MA



• Performances in USA, Deutschland, Japan, Australien

• Form and Materials in
Davidovsky’s “Flashbacks”: An Analysis.
Publikation, VDM Verlag, ISBN 3639000714

• “…through autumn into winter”. 
CD-Veröffentlichung, ASIN B002CLEGGE

• Assistenz-Dirigent des Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra
Brandeis University, Boston, MA

• Freiberuflicher Dirigent für Kammermusik,
New Music Brandeis Konzertreihe
Brandeis University, Boston, MA




Ensemble Works

  • die Grenzen der Sprache (fl, cl, tuba, pno, perc) 2014. Premiered by Ensemble Hörsinn in Münster, Germany, June 2014.
  • …through autumn into winter (flute, piano, Max/MSP) 2009.
  • le parallèle est devenu oblique (alto saxophone, piano, Max/MSP).  Premiered at Southeastern Louisiana University by Richard Schwartz and Kenneth Boulton, Feb. 2009
  • Signe (alto flute, electronics, stereo digital audio playback) written for Nicole McPherson (Fredonia, NY), 2009.
  • Still Life (with Resonance) (saxophone quartet, Max/MSP) written for a student quartet at Southeastern Lousisana University, 2009.
  • Jukai (樹海) (alto recorder, harpsichord, electronics, Max/MSP), 2009
  • Tenebrae (fl/alto fl, bs cl, vn, vcl, pno) commissioned by the New York New Music Ensemble, 2008.
  • Rho (pc/fl1/ fl2/ alto fl1/alto fl2/ bass fl) commissioned by David Fedele, 2007. Premiered at the National Flute Association convention (Kansas City, MO 2008)
  • Lumen (pc/fl/alto fl, cl in Bb/Bs. cl, vn, vcl, perc, pno) Commissioned by the New York New Music Ensemble, and premiered in March 2006. (Waltham, MA) SCI competition National finalist, 2007.
  • Symbiot (fl/alto fl, cl in Bb/Bs. cl.) – 2005.  Written for Jean Kopperud.
  • Games of Remembering (vn1, vn2, vla, vcl1, vcl2) Commission from the Wellesley Composers Conference, funded in part by NEFA (Meet the Composer) – 2005. Premiered at the Wellesley Composer’s Conference (Wellesley, MA)
  • spaces : between : time (pc/fl, cl/bs cl, vn, vcl, pno) – 2004. Premiered by the New York New Music Ensemble. (Waltham, MA). Multiple Performances by the ACME ensemble in Albuquerque, NM, and Phoenix, AZ. (2006). SCI competition National finalist, 2006
  • Woodwind Quintet – (fl, ob, cl, hrn, bsn) 2004. Written for the Arlington Chamber Players.
  • Lady Bathory (an opera in one act). (2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Bb Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, 2 Horns, 2 Trumpets, Tuba, Timpani, Percussion, Piano, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Bass. Countess Bathory, a Soprano. Friedrich, a servant, a Baritone. Girl, a servant, a Soprano. Servant I, a Baritone. Servant II, a Tenor. Count Thurzo, Regent of the Land and Elizabeth’s cousin, a Bass. Offstage voices: Soprano I, Soprano II, Mezzo, Tenor, Baritone, Bass. -1999. Premiered at the Boston Conservatory (Boston, MA)

Solo Works

  • The Strand (3.262) (trumpet with MAX/MSP).  Premiered by Ensemble Hörsinn in Münster, Germany, June 2014.
  • silence hangs in misty layers (bass clarinet) – 2011. Written for Andrew Seigel.
  • les cloches isolées, la nuit vide… —2009. (cello, MAX/MSP).  Premiered at Southeastern Louisiana University with myself as the soloist, Feb. 2009
  • Solstice2 – (solo piano) – 2005. Commissioned and premiered by Steve Beck at Barge Music in NYC (2006).
  • Stalking the Wild Moon (marimba solo) – 2005. Written for Steve Paysen of DoublePlay. Premiered Oct  2006. (NYC)
  • The Brilliant Void (cello solo) – 2005. Written for Mike Finckel.
  • Black Moon (oboe solo)- 2003. Commissioned and premiered by Akane Inoue. (Waltham, MA)
  • Ænigma (solo violin) – 2003. Premiered by Dan Stepner. (Waltham, MA)
  • Monologue for Violoncello – (cello solo) – 1998. Premiered by Mihail Jojatu at the Boston Conservatory. (Boston, MA)

Electronic Works

  • immer ruhiger, immer tiefer (4channel digital audio) – 2013.
  • durch den Spiegel (4channel digital audio) – 2013.
  • Red Shift (quadraphonic digital audio) – 2009.  Premiered at Southeastern Louisiana University, Feb. 2009
  • On the Slow Side of Light (quadraphonic digital audio) – 2008.  Premiered at Southeastern Louisiana University, Feb. 2009
  • Stratum (stereo digital audio) – 2005.  Premiered at Brandeis University, Dec. 2005.
  • Psychonaut (a self portrait in moving picture) (video and sound) – 2001 (Buffalo, NY)