Here you'll find my contemporary classical music for many instrumental and vocal combinations. Browse my Sheet Music Catalog or search the Spindrift Store by category or instrument. Check out the Listen pages, or find listening links for specific titles in the store. Check out my recent projects that aren't published yet.
If you don't find something for your instrument, contact me! I'd love to talk to you about collaborating on something new.

2021 Concert News

Juventas: Music in Bloom

June 13 & 25, 2021, evening

Chamber music throughout the grounds until 8:30pm at Tower Hill in Boylston, MA. Anne Howarth plays my horn solo Sunrise on the Hills.

Triad: Boston's Choral Collective presents "The Greater Virtues"

May 14, 2021, Friday at 8pm

Watch on YouTube.
My premieres: "Audit of Your Soul" and "She Saves Berlin".

Birding in Winter published

Birding in Winter for chorus has been added to Project : Encore - peruse and listen. Very exciting!

It's available now in the Spindrift Store, where you can peruse and listen too.

See a video at Lucid Streaming.


In the Works

Sarah Getty Poems

For Master Singers of Lexington.

Deceit ~ Witch Speaks to Gretel

For Henning Ensemble plus mezzo. Another wonderful Sarah Getty poem as a monodrama.

Eastman Horn Choir

Something idiosyncratic for their magnificent student horn players.

Triad: Boston's Choral Collective

Two choruses on texts by Charles Turner, for our May 2021 concert.


Ruminations on Bandcamp

Electroacoustic album of orchestral sounds, slightly warped

Through the Mist on Ravello

Through the Mist CD cover

Chamber music for woodwinds, strings, harp, horn

Music for Your Concerts

Choral Music for Nature-Themed Concerts

by Pamela J. Marshall

View scores & listen

Instrumental Music for Nature-Themed Programs

by Pamela J. Marshall

View scores & listen



Angel Music: 3. Joy for violin and piano

"Angel Music" is inspired by the folk songs in my Christmas cantata Shepherds and Angels. The three movements expand on the instrumental moments of the cantata. You can probably tell that this is a virtual-instrument demo. It needs a premiere! Violinists, let me know if you're interested. I generally like to have a first performance before I publish a piece. Read more in my blog; there are links to demos of the other movements too.

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