"Mysteries Explained" - Released a second full length album.
Portland Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) - Performed an original score for Fritz Lang's 1926 film, Spies.
33 Fainting Spells - Recorded original music by Kyle Hanson for dance theater work, "September September". Seattle, 2000.
On the Boards - Live performance with Giuseppe de Liguoro's Dante's Inferno. Seattle, 1999.
Bumbershoot's One Reel Film Festival - Live performance with Fritz Lang's silent film Spies. Seattle, 1999.
This American Life - Performed for the syndicated National Public Radio program. Seattle, 1999.
On the Boards - Live performance of an original score with Germaine Dulac and Antonin Artaud's 1927 Surrealist film The Seashell and the Clergyman. Seattle,1999.
Northwest Film Center - Live performance with The Seashell and the Clergyman. Portland,OR, 1998.
Bumbershoot's One Reel Film Festival - Live performance with The Seashell and the Clergyman. Seattle, 1998.
Bumbershoot's One Reel Film Festival - Performed an original score with the 1911 Italian silent film Dante's Inferno. Seattle, 1997.
David Byrne - Arranged, recorded and co-produced a song on David Byrne's album Feelings. 1997.
"Black Cat Orchestra" - Recorded and independently released a self-titled album. 1996.
Washington State University - Performed as part of WSU's guest artist concert series. Pullman, WA, 1996
The Show-off Gallery - Performed an original score with Dante's Inferno. Bellingham, WA, 1995.
University of Washington - Featured in the Northwest Folklife Society's annual Northwest Performer Showcase. Seattle, 1995.
Sandy Bradley's Potluck - Performed live on KUOW's nationally syndicated radio show. Seattle, 1994.
Northwest Film Center - Performed an original score with Dante's Inferno. Portland, 1993.
Shining Moment Films - Performed an original score for a program of early silent films by Georges Melies. Seattle, 1993.
Capitol Theater - Performed original score Dante's Inferno for the Olympia Film Society. Olympia, 1993.
Stouffer-Madison Hotel - Provided live music for Allied Arts' "Ball and Chain Ball." Seattle, 1993.
Center on Contemporary Art - Performed for Neue Slovenische Kunst's Irwin:NSK Embassy Moscow Interior exhibit. Seattle, 1993.
New Music Across America - Performed as part of a national creative music festival. Seattle, 1992
Shining Moment Films - Scored and performed with the 1928 Paul Leni film The Cat and the Canary. Seattle, 1992.
Seattle Art Museum - Performed for the the opening reception of the International Festival of Women Directors. Seattle, 1992
Also frequent performances at nightclubs, festivals, weddings, parties, and museum and gallery receptions throughout Washington, Oregon and California