February 10 is my date!!!!! More information to come
I will be performing the Mozart Clarinet Concerto K. 622 with the Charlottesville Symphony September 23rd and 24th 2017. I’m thrilled to be performing this wonderful and important work!
My first encounter with this piece was at age 8 when I performed the second movement in the Halifax Kiwanis Music Festival. I’m really excited, many years later, to still have a relationship with this piece and to be able to play it with orchestra.
I will be performer at The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative September 8th at 8pm. This concert will feature electroacoustic works for clarinet and flute composed by the CCT Ph.d students at the UVA Music Department. This concert will feature Kelly Sulick on Flute and works by Chris Luna-Mega, Ben Robertson, Aaron Stepp, and Alex Christie
I’m excited to announce that I have been accepted to an artist residency at the Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology to work on a program of contemporary clarinet works influenced by non-Western cultures. More to come on this program and performances!
The composer/performer collaborative workshop that I teach at UVA will be featured on WTJU91.1fm radio Wednesday May 3rd at 8pm EST.
This class explores composer/performer collaboration though the composition and performance of undergraduate student pieces. The show will feature works and performance by Calder Hannan, Catherine Monnes, Jack Patton-Smith, and Sarah Labriny. Tune in at 91.1fm in Charlottesville or wtju.net
I’m really excited to perform the Mozart Requiem with the Virginia Consort March, 5 2017 at 3:30pm in Old a Cabell Hall.
I love love love this piece so much. Did I mention I love this piece. Sadly I won’t be playing basset horn but the clarinet part is still lovely. If you don’t know the Mozart Requiem (shame on you 😉) you can listen below.
I’m thrilled to announce that I will be performing a concert of contemporary Canadian clarinet works as part of the UVA Chamber Music Series. With the generous support of the UVA Faculty of Arts and Sciences, I will be joined by my colleague with whom I have collaborated with numerous times, pianist Rory Cowal. The concert will be held February, 26 2017 at 3:30 in Old Cabell Hall on the Grounds of UVA. This will be an exciting program of diverse Canadian music. For more details and tickets click here
Stay tuned for even more exciting details related to this concert. 😀
This January I will be performing the Mozart Kegelstatt Trio with Ayn Balija and Peter D’Elia. Also on the same program I will be performing Milton Barnes’ Anerca II: The Raven and the Children with Ibby Roberts. The concert is January 28th at 8pm in Old Cabell Hall on the Grounds of the University of Virginia. More details available here.
I have been featured as a UVIC alumni. Check out the video
I will be performing October 16th with EcoSono in Washington DC. We will be performing The Ceiling Floats Away with music by Matthew Burtner and Poetry by Rita Dove. This is a beautiful work with includes interactive electronics.
I will coordinating the wind program for the Orchestra North Summer Program in Smithers, British Columbia this August. This will be an exciting two weeks of music making. The first week will be a the wind academy program which will feature a wind chamber music tour of Kitimat, Prince George, and Terrace. The second week will be a community program. I will be performing on the wind academy tour and in the faculty wind quintet. Click here for more information about Orchestra North.
The Farrelly Ensemble is an international trio featuring Australian flutist Michal Rosiak, Canadian clarinetist Shawn Earle, and American cellist Maureen Kelly. The Farrelly Ensemble is thrilled to be artists-in-residence at Bundanon Trust from June 15-29 2016 and will be featured in the Unbound Flute Festival in Brisbane July 1st 2016. The Farrelly Ensemble is committed to cross-cultural learning through the exploration of music from of their respective countries. Their 2016 program will include two new commissions by Australian composer Stephen Cronin, American composer Greg Bartholomew, and Canadian composer Omar Daniel’s Dreams of the Panther.