Dr. Smith’s music has been performed in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia and includes commissions from ensembles, institutions and individual artists. Major performances include Carnegie Recital Hall, Wolf Trap Farm Park, National Gallery of Art, Library of Congress, CBC Television, local public and cable television, PBS and National Public Radio. He was the first composer-in-residence of the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, and several of his works are available on compact disc and in MP3 format. He is a recipient of numerous composition awards from ASCAP, and has more than 40 chamber works published by Seesaw Music Corporation, NY and MMB Music, St. Louis, MO.
Smith’s compositions of more than 500 works feature a wide variety of styles and musical genres, which include choral, chamber and orchestral works, as well as jazz and electronic music for concert, dance, video, film and television.