SUMMER 2022

Recording - works of Lunde, Stepper, Russo

Sponsored by Contemporary Record Society, Broomall, PA

Forthcoming release: CD of solo piano works by Ivar Lunde, Jr., Martin Stepper, and John Russo.

Borromeo Music Festival

July 11-25. Altdorf, Switzerland.

https://www.borromeomusicfestival.org/

Staff pianist: accompany string players in recitals and masterclasses.

Source Song Festival

August 7-12. Minneapolis, MN

https://www.sourcesongfestival.org/

Participating in MNDuo program with Olivia Capozzi, soprano. Performing and studying lieder, melodies, and American art song, with masterclasses, recitals, composer collaborations, and premieres of new works.

SPRING 2022

Saturday, April 30. University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

Sunday, May 1. St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church - Plymouth, MN

"Spectrums of America:" A program of 20th- and 21st-century American vocal music spanning multiple genres, emphasizing works by composers and poets from underrepresented backgrounds.

Concert with Musicorum Chamber Choir

Saturday, April 23. Bethlehem Lutheran Church - Mankato, MN

Musicorum is Mankato, Minnesota's premier chamber choir, performing concerts for the public twice per year. Musicorum performs music rarely heard in south central Minnesota. Conducted by Brandon Dean.

Sunday, April 3. First United Methodist Church - Shreveport, LA

"Spectrums of America:" A program of 20th- and 21st-century American vocal music spanning multiple genres, emphasizing works by composers and poets from underrepresented backgrounds. Part of the Texas Street Arts Series.

Residency at Centenary College - Hurley School of Music

Tuesday-Friday, March 30-April 1. Shreveport, LA

Guest artist on "Tin Pan Alley and Beyond" concert. Coaching and performing American Songbook selections with undergraduate vocalists, performing works of Duke Ellington with Hurley Wind Ensemble.

Friday, February 4th, 7:30pm. Pablo Center - Eau Claire, WI

Performing with the UW-Eau Claire piano faculty on a diverse program of four-hands piano music.