I was really honored to recently write a new quartet* for St. Francis High School, titled "First Light," which the music performance ensemble premiered last week. The piece is for clarinet, sax, cello and piano, a unique combination that produced some really interesting tone colors. When researching for this piece, I didn't come across many... Continue Reading →
This is the first video in a new series I am working on titled Fragments, which combines brief pieces of original music I have written with short poems or fragments of poetry. Fragment No. 1 features a haiku by Japanese poet Kobayashi Issa (1763-1828).
The sheet music for leaf by leaf, stone by stone from my most recent album Invisible Cities is available now for purchase here via Sheet Music Plus.
This is my recording of Apropos, composer Daniel Gilliam. He describes this piece as an “imagined conversation between Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein.”