Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy your music?
Digital copies of every piece in my catalog are available here on this website. Printed copies are available through Murphy Music Press, and selected works can also be ordered through local print music retailers.
What is the best way to support you?
- Purchase and program my concert music
- Recommend my music to colleagues, friends, and teachers
- Fill out this form if you've performed my music
I'm interested in commissioning a new work. How does this work?
Thank you for your interest in collaborating! I am not currently accepting any new commission projects. If/when this changes, I will make an announcement on this website, in my email newsletter, and on social media.
Are there any consortium opportunities available?
Upcoming consortium opportunities will be announced here, in my email newsletter, and on social media.
Do you offer workshops for school/community groups?
Yes! I regularly work with middle school, high school, college/university, and community music ensembles/classes. I am currently booking virtual sessions for the 2023-24 season. Visit this page for more information and to request a session.
Where can I submit concert programs?
Please use this form to share programs, info, and/or recordings from your concert or recital. This is a very helpful thing performers and conductors can do to support living composers, because we can use this information to collect royalties from SOCAN/ASCAP. Thank you to everyone who has supported in this way!
Am I allowed to create and share a video performance of your music?
Yes! I am happy to grant permission for individuals, schools, and community ensembles to create virtual recordings/performances of my music. Please credit me as the composer in any written details about the performance, and please share the file or link with me so I can watch and listen!
For mechanical/synchronization rights to my music for larger scale or professional projects, please send an email to email@example.com.