Recording our debut EP of original funk/rock/jazz sounds!
Opening for Diana Krall at the Britt Festival. We will be playing funky jazz covers, originals and some other interesting arrangements of standards.
keys: Ian McCarty
guitar: Mark Hammersly
drums: Jake Riggs
bass: Ryan Johnson
I’ll be playing keyboard 2 in the Camelot’s production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I get to pretend I’m a string quartet, and that I’m playing the pipe organ in a cathedral. Woo!
Starring Paul Cosca, Mia Gaskin and Erny Rosales
Live community choir, live 11-piece Camelot Orchestra
“What makes a monster and what makes a man?” Based on Victor Hugo’s novel, with songs from the Disney film, this classic story comes to life on stage. The deformed Quasimodo who dreams of a normal life “Out There” the beautiful gypsy girl, Esmeralda, whose fervent prayer, “God Help the Outcasts,” is a plea for understanding and tolerance; the gallant Captain Phoebus de Martin, who shares her hopes for peace and equality; the self-righteous Archdeacon burning with lust for Esmeralda. Music by Alan Menken (Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast) and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Pippin, Wicked), this is musical theatre at its best. Five main characters, a commuinity choir, and a live orchestra bring this exciting and powerful work to life.
Please note: This production contains the use of non-toxic smoke, haze and incense.
Tickets: $20 - $38
The school’s end-of-term performance featuring a good variety of classical piano music in collaboration with eurythmy performances.
Saturday: 7 pm
Sunday: 5 pm
Located at the American School of Eurythmy in Weed, CA.
I arranged the song One Day by Matisyahu for a number of choral groups (about 100 singers total) that will be performed in June. Cool!
I’ll be accompanying 4 chamber ensembles and one soloist for the all-state vocal championship concert at Pacific University in Portland, OR. These are the District winners from the annual OMEA vocal competition that have worked for the honor to compete at a state level for vocal excellence. I feel privileged to be able to accompany such fine up-and-coming classical musicians!