I've always been intrigued by game audio, and taking this course was a fun way to see how things are done behind the scenes. Looking forward to using it in the future!
Many thanks to the Princeton High School Chorale for including "Fly Away" in their program! The Princeton University Chapel is a great place to make music.
The Girls' Chorus at LaGuardia High School for the Arts gave a stunning and sensitive premiere of "Silent Noon" on Tuesday. I can't thank the choir, director Sarah Mae Lagasca and accompanist Robert Rogers enough for their artistry!
My arrangement of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing for 5 or 7 octave handbell choir is now available from Beckenhorst Press. Click the image below if you would like to purchase copies for your ensemble.
Last summer I was commissioned to orchestrate my setting of Kahlil Gibran's On Death, a poem-essays from "The Prophet" that I wrote for my Master's recital. I am deeply grateful to director Elias Salazar, conductor Patrick Dunnevant, and the Nashville Collegiate Orchestra and Chorus for the opportunity to share this thought-provoking text with a larger audience. The first two stanzas, written for solo tenor, were masterfully presented by Luke Selker.