Happy 2018! We're already over a month into classes at Troy University, meaning that there's a lot of great performances and events coming up. I have a faculty recital at the end of February, and Sources Duo will be in western Tennessee for performances and masterclasses in April. In addition to some solo and… Continue reading Spring 2018
Happy first day of fall! It doesn't feel like fall here in southeastern Alabama - it seems like the temperature will never go down! My calendar tells a different story though, with several upcoming performances and projects. When I posted a few months ago, I had just started The E-flat Clarinet Project. It has been… Continue reading Fall 2017
Happy Summer to all you music teachers out there! Of course, there's not a lot of time off with band camps, course development, and other projects. Before I get lost in my own list of summer projects, I thought I'd post about a few things I did over the last few months. The new… Continue reading Spring and Summer Update
I'm excited to share that I will begin recording my first album this summer! I have been working with pianist Gracie Jennings since I first started commissioning solos for E-flat clarinet, and am thrilled to have her join me on this project. We will be recording a beautiful sonata for E-flat clarinet and piano by… Continue reading Album Announcement
January and February have been very busy, not only with the beginning of the spring semester at Troy University, but with several performances. I was fortunate to play with a few Florida orchestras in January, immediately followed by a Sources Duo clinic at Lee University in Tennessee. Ben and I have been working on a… Continue reading Spring 2017 Performances
2016 has been a busy year for Ben and me! We both have kept up regular performances with regional orchestras, in addition to our teaching and solo work. Our duo had a fantastic tour of Wisconsin in April. One of our stops was my undergraduate school, University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire - it was amazing… Continue reading 2016 Review
Today and tomorrow morning are full of sound checks for Bang on a Can's Summer Festival Marathon tomorrow. We will be playing for 6+ hours starting at 4pm. There has been so much music every day that I think we are prepared for it! Tonight I'll be in one last pre-marathon concert: premiering short works… Continue reading Almost done!