I'm super excited to be performing quite a bit this fall. First up, I'm performing a recital as part of the Metis Concert Series on Oct. 25 at 3pm. The program includes works by J.S. Bach, Aaron Copland, Robert Dick, and Gabriel Faure. Next, I'm going on the road, performing Monologues, a program featuring works that … Continue reading Fall Events
There are a few new things about my site, most obviously, it looks different. I was playing in internet/editing land and came upon a new look that lets me do more things that I want to with my site, so I took a leap and changed it all. There might be some things missing, or … Continue reading Updates and Announcements
I'm really excited to announce I'll be doing a recital in Dearborn, MI at the First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn. The recital is an exploration of the 20th century flute repertoire with works representative of some of the major music styles and ways to think about music. I'll be joined by Melissa Coppola on the … Continue reading Recital Announcement!
Let's all take a minute to reflect on how nice and sunny it's been this week in New York. It's so much nicer to practice in the sun and see the blue sky than for everything to look gray. Also, the snow melted and I no longer have to mince my way through all the … Continue reading Spring Updates
Beethoven was an amazing composer. He was also rather arrogant, though history seems to have decided it was warranted. Beethoven's music is incredibly popular in the classical world, a popularity that began during his life time and has endured until today. His music never really went out of style or was abandoned as earlier composers … Continue reading Classical Lore -Beethoven