Jul
29
9:00 AM09:00

Presentation at National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy

My community education program, Saturday Morning Composers, was selected for the Pre-Conference Seminar Session at the 2015 National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy in Lombard, Illinois.

The focus of the seminar is on teachers who have reached out to their communities in new and innovative ways, including offering lessons, classes, performances, and/or educational or artistic programs to the underprivileged, underserved, and those without access to traditional private music lessons. I will be giving a presentation on how other teachers may enrich their own communities by creating programs similar to Saturday Morning Composers!

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Mar
8
7:30 PM19:30

Texas Youth Wind Symphony

As the keyboardist for the Texas Youth Wind Symphony, I will be performing Radiant Joy by Steven Bryant with them on their final concert!

The Texas Youth Wind Symphony seeks to facilitate musical growth for the highly motivated young musician through the preparation and performance of outstanding repertoire in a professional atmosphere of artistic excellence.

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May
8
7:30 PM19:30

Chamber Music with Aspen Winds

I will be playing with Aspen Winds as part of the Excellence in the Community Concert Series at Gallivan Center.

  • Poulenc: Sextet, Op. 100
  • Bill Douglas: Quartet for Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Piano
  • Daniel Baldwin: Landscapes

Other pieces are:

  • Ligeti 6 Bagatelles (originally for piano, but thank goodness I am NOT playing it!)
  • Alyssa Morris' Motions
  • Arne Running's Aria & Quodlibet (a mash up of over 30 well known tunes!)


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Apr
12
7:30 PM19:30

Century of Piano at the U Finale Concert

I will be joining The Ladies In Red on this finale concert, which celebrates A Century of Piano at the University of Utah! Hosted by President David Pershing, the eclectic program includes piano favorites for all, with both solo and piano ensemble performances. The evening includes a retrospective of the first 100 years of piano at the U, and audience members will hunger for the next 100 years by the concert’s end!

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