My album “The Cross-Cultural Clarinet” has been released on all steaming services today! Click Here To Listen
I am the director of the Regina Clarinet Choir. Intermediate and advanced clarinettists of all ages are welcome to join this ensemble. Information about rehearsal schedules and registering is available on the Regina Conservatory of Music website.
I will be releasing my first album “The Cross-Cultural Clarinet” on January 20th 2020. It will be available on all streaming services. This album features works by Tawnie Olson, John Mayer, Robert Rosen, Derek Charke, Sandy Moore, and Elliot Weisgarber. Also soprano, Lisa Edwards-Burrs is featured on this recording. I’m thrilled to finally be releasing this labour of love. Click here to read more about this recording
Here is a small section of John Mayer’s, Raga Music that I recorded for an album that will hopefully be released soon. More to come!
I’m currently registering students for private clarinet lessons with for the Fall 2019. I offer completely personalized lessons tailored to each student. All students who are excited about playing clarinet are welcome regardless of age or skill! I provide lessons to students in Regina in-person and anywhere else over Skype.
I have been invited to perform selections from “The Cross-Cultural Clarinet” program at this 2019 International Clarinet Association Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee. More information to come on the time and specific location!
I will be performing “The Cross-Cultural Clarinet”, a concert of solo works for clarinet influenced by non-western cultures, at Acadia University. This concert will be January 11th 2019 in Denton Hall at 11:30am featuring works by Ziporyn, Shatin, Rosen, Azmeh, and Olsen. More details to come!
I’m thrilled to be performing Ayre by Oswaldo Golijov with the Aventa Ensemble! This performance will take place at the end of October. More details to come!
I will be performing in the UVic Faculty Chamber Music Concert on October 13th at 8pm in the PTY Recital Hall. Click here for concert and ticket information!
I had a great time performing this passed weekend (April 13 and 14 2018) at Rice University’s Moody Center with the Ecosono Ensemble. On April 13 I was part of a free improv accompanied by glacier sounds, birds, and the wind blowing across the holes shrimp dig (very cool). April 14 I performed Matthew Burtner’s Climate Change Opera Auksalaq. It’s great to be a part of socially conscious engaging art!