Conductor, Clinician, Composer.
It is my hope to serve the greater choral family by sharing my passion and experience for the benefit of your choirs. Let me know how I can serve you!
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Making the best of bad situations is sometimes easier said than done, but in the case of Covid-19-related disruptions to personal, professional, and spiritual lives, we’re all having to adjust to changing circumstances daily. For choral musicians, uncertainty reigns as we are transitioning from the chaos of the end of the spring semester and turning […]
We singers and choral conductors are generally mild-mannered, soft spoken, and easy to get along with. We enjoy collaboration, and the nature of our art is social and fun. That is, until we are scorned by labels that demean and diminish us.
If you’re not aware of CPDL, you should familiarize yourself with this website. The Choral Public Domain Library is a repository for free-to-perform/copy/record choral music.
I’m here for you and your choir.
Sometimes a new set of ears or a new way of saying what you’ve been sharing with your choir can help to elevate the ensemble to the next level.
A consultation or a clinic can have an immediate impact on your choir.
I have the experience, knowledge, and passion to inspire your choral program to new levels of greatness. Whether you need strategic guidance with your church or community choir, skill building ideas for your school choir, or a passionate guest conductor for your honor choir or festival, I’m excited to hear from you!