07 November 2019

Exciting Things Happening in Fall 2019!

11/17/2019: Fans of new choral music are invited to attend a performance of Joshua Clausen's Requiem (for voice and electronics) for which I'll be in the chorus. This will take place during the regular service time at Fairmount Presbyterian Church in Cleveland Heights. I was an active chorister in various ensembles at IU (and was particularly sought after for new music premieres), so I'm looking forward to this opportunity!

11/15/2019: Case Western's Concert Choir (and yours truly on piano) will be featured in Case's Fall Choral Weekend concert on Friday evening, November 15 at 8pm! The concert is free and will take place at the Church of the Covenant in Cleveland. Free parking is available as well.

10/2019: I'm happy to announce that I've also joined the faculty as a teacher and staff pianist at the Celebrity School of Music in Warrensville Heights! My studio is open to both piano and vocal coaching students, specializing in teens and adults. (Please note, though, that students cannot come from either Celebrity or Westlake and then join my private studio.) Please inquire through their website regarding my availability.

8/2019: The relocation is complete and with that I have two exciting announcements!

The first is that I have joined the Westlake Music Academy in the western Cleveland area as a piano, music theory, and composition instructor. Interested students in that part of Cleveland are encouraged to enroll through WMA to access both my instruction and the studio's amenities. Students on the east side of the metropolitan area may still enroll virtually (and, soon, in person) as private students.

The second announcement is that I've accepted a position as Case Western Reserve University's Concert Choir pianist! The Concert Choir is Case's elite, auditioned choral ensemble and draws its members from across the student body. We'll be performing around the Cleveland area throughout the year, so concert announcements will be posted as they become available!

 

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