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New Website, New Year, New Music, New Me..!

Ok well, at least some of those things must be true, right? …Right.

I’m back from the depths of the holiday abyss to say hello, suggest that you peruse my new, streamlined site, and…

I’m happy to share that my music will be featured as part of Sound Riot’s upcoming “Galentine’s Day” concert in Nashville, TN, which features music by women, played by women, and supporting women. All proceeds from that night will go to support Mending Hearts Inc., an organization dedicated to helping women.

In the next few weeks I hope to share some recent projects I’ve been working on, but until then, enjoy a performance of Five Miniatures, which will be on the upcoming Sound Riot charity concert:

Pie Jesu-Related Things

I’m excited to announce that my recently-composed “Pie Jesu” for SSA will be programmed this October by Dulciana, a women’s chamber choir in Dublin, Ireland. This will be their second annual ♀ concert, featuring works by contemporary women composers from around the world. I plan to attend the concert (the incredible closeness of countries in Europe!), and I can’t wait to hear another choir’s take on the piece.

I’ve also just uploaded the premiere performance to SoundCloud, which you can listen to here.

It’s been awhile!

Happy end of summer, internet! I’ve been in a sun-induced stupor for a few months, but have some exciting projects and events coming up this fall that I’ll post about in the coming weeks.

The most immediate news: the lovely and talented Elizabeth Zharoff will be performing a new video game arrangement of mine at a recital on September 1st in Leavenworth, WA (more info on my Events page). How Long Have I Been Playing? is an art song for soprano and piano, arranging the main theme from my beloved World of Warcraft in a concert music style. Sarcastic? Yes. Dramatic? Yes. The performance will be recorded, so I hope to share that with all of you at a later date. This piece is part of a larger collaborative song cycle, which I will talk more about when the time comes!

For now, enjoy the original theme, and imagine how I might turn this into a classical art song…