Hahaha---I know what the chance of getting this performed---it took me five years to get it done:)
I wrote this specifically as an experimental piece---I never actually intended to get it performed.
In High School, I used to compose stuff with Sibelius, with the intention of "writing for video games" as a concept. Most of them were scored for wind band or small orchestra stuff...I never intended to get them performed either, but it was a way for me to learn how to use the software and compose on my own.
This piece was performed mainly because I saw the fact that we had 3 grand pianos on the same floor (go figure!), so I thought it would be fun to program it on a composer's forum concert...I'd like to do a studio recording of it---I think it would be more interesting that way...possibly a few more movements and do a studio recording, able to track things in the process. It would give it a more "phasing" aesthetic. If I could track it for different entrances to come out in different speakers in a surround sound environment, it would just sound like sheer cacophony---that is my ultimate goal
Regarding the Sonata form, I agree---it's not dead at all. As a matter of fact, if you're interested in new sonatas, Nathan Currier wrote a sonata called "From the Grotto", about the Secret Society that Mozart conceived (but never formed, to my knowledge). It's quite a ride---I would definitely recommend it.
And as for a toccata, that sounds fun. Give me time, and I can give it a go.
Thanks for listening,