What's new? A blog of a performer, student, and teacher
May 15th, 2017
As a performer, I've been able to enjoy a great variety of musical experiences in Boise, ID. Over the last semester, I've been able to perform the English Horn solo in the second movement of Dvorak's Ninth Symphony; the New World Symphony (listen to excerpts here), play Eb Clarinet and English Horn for Boise Music Week's production of Mary Poppins, and give a recital of works by Edmund Rubbra, Heinrich von Herzogenberg, and Allan Stephenson. I also had the chance to conduct a piece with the All-Campus Concert Band.
Over the next week I'll start learning the score for Persichetti Symphony No. 2 to work on in my conducting lessons, and practicing. Saturday I will be playing with the Treasure Valley Millennial Choirs and Orchestra as the principal oboist. Now that I've had some time to adjust to a new state, I'm also beginning to take private students again. I've enjoyed have a studio in the past, and excited to start again here in Boise!
Welcome to the site! This site is a catch all for some of the many musical projects I'm working on. You can check out my portfolio for marching band arrangements, original works for various ensembles, lesson pricing, and more.
Currently I am based in Boise, ID where I am working on a master's degree in Oboe Performance. For more information on my background, view my bio HERE.