The 2019 - 2020 orchestral season continues this winter! The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra celebrates the holidays with "Sounds of the Season" on Saturday, December 7th and The Nutcracker on Friday, December 13th at 7:30 PM and Saturday, December 14th at 2:00 PM. On Saturday, January 11th, we perform Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 3, and, on Saturday, February 8th, we proclaim "And the Winner Is!" with Academy Award-winning film music, both at 7:30 PM. All of these concerts are
From June 16th through 26th, I return to the Mostly Modern Festival at Skidmore College as flute faculty! Applications are open through March 1st, and I look forward to working with flutists age 18 and over who are passionate about 20th- and 21st-century music. Generous scholarships are available, so apply today to study with Jasmine Choi, Sato Moughalian, and I in Saratoga Springs, New York next summer!
Thank you to Classic Jabber and host Stephen P. Brown for featuring me as a repeat panelist on the podcast! You can hear me on episode 26 about the entrepreneurial craft of career-building, episode 28 about cultivating professional joy, episode 30 about overcoming perfectionism, and episode 32 about authenticity in music-making. Subscribe to hear my additional upcoming appearances on the podcast this fall!
On November 13th and 14th, I am in residence at the University of Charleston in Charleston, West Virginia! On Wednesday, November 13th, I present "The Electroacoustic Flutist", a solo recital featuring works from my three solo albums and signature commissions: Roger Dannenberg's Separation Logic, Bruce Babcock's Soliloquy, Evan Williams's if/else, Elainie Lillios's Sleep's Undulating Tide, Josh Oxford's Bluez, Matthew Jackfert's Caffeined, and Judith Shatin's Penelope's Song.
I'm thrilled to be the newest member of What Is Noise!
WIN is a Pierrot plus percussion touring new music ensemble passionate about living composers, audience connections, and educational outreach, and I look forward to exciting newmusic adventures ahead! Learn more about What Is Noise, the organization's history, and plans for the future, and stay tuned for more information about performances and residencies!
On Friday, November 8th, PANdemonium4 are guest artists at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio giving a concert at 7:30 PM and masterclass from 4:00 - 5:00 PM in Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall. We share a program ranging from opera to heavy metal featuring standard works from the flute quartet repertoire as well as signature commissions: Daniel Dorff Musetta Steps Out, Bozza Jour d'été à la montagne, Cynthia Folio Four 'Scapes, Linda Kernohan My Compass Still To Guide Me, Andy
On Tuesday, November 5th, I am the guest artist for Westminster College's Flute Day in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania! From 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, flutists are invited for a masterclass from 9:00 - 11:00 AM, two presentations, including mine on private studio building, and a recital including signature works from my repertoire by David Stock (A Wedding Prayer) and Josh Oxford (Bluez). All of the day's activities will be free, and students can register online or in person between 8: