Here is a compilation of my works. If the name is underlined, you can hear it by clicking on it.  If you want to perform any of these pieces or have any questions or comments, pplease press the button “Contact Me”.


Concerto #1 for Piano and Orchestra (The Russian)

Concerto #2 for Piano and Orchestra :

The Body

The Mind

                                                  The Spirit


1. Five Concert Etudes

2. War and Peace

3. 12 Preludes

4. Three Evolutions

5. Three Evolutions II

6. Interruptions.

7. Three Very Short Melodies.

8. Improvisations.

9. Scenes of Their Childhood.


11. Sonata I

12. Sonata II


(Sets of piano pieces preceded by a small poem)

1. Moods:  Sadness, Despair, Fear, Anger, Hostility, Boredom, Seriousness, Cheerfulness, Enthusiasm

2. The Media Sonata: The Press, The Internet, TV for Adults, TV for Kids


4.Environmental Suite

5.The Drugs Suite


String Quartet I:

1. The False Idea

2. Classical, Barroque and a Tiny Bit Modern

3. Ethereal

4. Rhythmia

Trio for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet

1. A Frolic

2. A Walk in the Forest

3. An Acceleration

Echoes of Mexico for Flute, Violin, Clarinet, Cello  and Piano.


There Is No Glory in Hate (SATB Choir a capella) (On an original poem) (5 minutes)

Isaiah Said (Isaiah 11:6) (SATB choir a capella)

Ode to Poverty (For SATB choir or SSAA choir and piano) (On a poem by Pablo Neruda) (6 minutes)

Moses, an Oratorio (For Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Bass, SATB choir and chamber orchestra) (90 minutes, text in Hebrew with English narrator)

Prelude, O, Hear our Voices, Moses Birth, The Killing of the Taskmaster/Marriage to Tziporah,  The Burning Bush, The Plagues, Escape from Egypt, The Song of the Sea, In the Desert, Amalek Attacks, The ten Commandments, The Golden Calf, The Spies, Moses Addresses Israel.

Quita’l Tas (Remove the Tray)( Hannukah work in ladino for 2 voices, men and women, a capella)

Who is Judah Maccabee? (Work for SSA choir with piano accompaniment.)

Nonitzin (On a poem by Netzahualcoyotl, for SATB choir, piano, flute and drum)

My Flowers Won’t Stop (On a poem by Netzahualcoyotl, SATB choir, flute and drum)


Two Songs on Poems by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz:

1. Endechas

2. Soneto