I hope this Spring season finds you well. As we look forward to the summer and to new adventures, I wanted to update all of you on my upcoming musical activities. I recently finished two concerts in Miami, FL, for the wonderful Chopin Foundation of the United States, with a program of Schumann and Chopin. I have several interesting performances upcoming, and if you’re in any of these areas, I’d love to see you in the audience!
June 5, Minneapolis, MN: Solo recital as guest artist at the Minnesota Music Teachers’ Association Annual State Convention: https://www.mnmusicteachers.com/mmta-convention-june-5-6-2017. Mozart and Schumann in the first half, followed by some of my favorite early 20th century works, and capped off by the delightful Kapustin Variations.
July 24-29, St. Paul, MN: Faculty member at the University of Northwestern Summer Piano Institute. I will also give a solo recital during the festival on July 25 – program TBA.
August 12, Savannah, GA: Solo recital for St. John’s Lutheran Church summer concert series. Program TBA.
August 15, Cleveland, OH: Solo recital for Gilmour Academy’s “Tuesdays at the Tudor” concert series. Program TBA.
October 12 and 15, Beaufort, SC: Two performances of Beethoven’s 4th Piano Concerto with Maestro Frederick Devyatkin and the Beaufort Symphony Orchestra. I will also give a house concert while in the area, with details TBA.
November 1-14, Belgium (multiple cities): I will return to Belgium for my second concert tour there, with nine performances total. Programs TBA, but some will include the magnificent “Concord” Sonata of Charles Ives, a musical portrait of the Concord Transcendentalists of the mid-19th century, and one of the great touchstones of all American art.
January 16, 2018, New York, NY: Solo recital at the House of the Redeemer. Program TBA.
In addition, my debut CD, Sounds of Transcendence, with music of Franck, Scriabin, and Griffes, will be released soon! I will update you as soon as I have an official release date.
Thank you all for your generous and devoted support, which means the world to me!