Performance Highlights

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2020 Season
  • Newtown Chamber Orchestra Soloists on Stage, Church of God’s Love, Newtown PA.  R. Nathaniel Dett Spirituals with pianist, Clipper Erickson (January 25th)
  • Westminster Faculty Recital, Nassau Presbyterian Church of Princeton, NJ.  Featuring pianist Clipper Erickson with guest artists Holly Gash, soprano, Kennith Ellison, clarinetist.  “Der Hirt auf dem Felsen” and R. Nathaniel Dett Spirituals (February 20th)
  • Beethoven’s “Ah, perfido” with pianist Clipper Erickson, Newtown Champber Orchestra (September 25th; virtual concert due to coronavirus)
2019 Season
  • Sunset Boulevard, Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor, NJ (throughout April)
  • Cavalleria Rusticana, Newtown Chamber Orchestra, Church of God’s Love (May 11th)
  • The Opera Project New Voices Concert, performing Flotow’s “The Last Rose of Summer” and Strauss’s “September” from Vier Letzte Lieder (September)
  • Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate with Newtown Chamber Orchestra, Church of God’s Love (November 2nd)
  • Handel’s Messiah with conductor Martin Knoblauch, St. Jude and the Nativity (December 1st)
2018 Season
  • Pergolesi Stabat Mater, St. William’s Church, Philadelphia, PA.  With Mezzosoprano Fran Bjorneby Kraemer, conductor Martin Knoblauch
  • A Little Night Music, ActorsNet, Morrisville, PA (throughout April and May)
2017 Season
  • Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Mother of the Divine, King of Prussia, PA (March 19th)
  • The Threepenny Opera, ActorsNet, Morrisville, PA (throughout July)
  • The Opera Project, Prallsville Mills, Stockton, NJ (November 19th)
  • Handel’s Messiah, Mother of Divine Providence, King of Prussia, PA (November 26th)
2016 Season
  • Recital for New York Agents, “Stridono lassù” from I Pagliacci, New York, NY, Peter Mark (June 19th)
  • Recital with pianist, Tina Buran, Veranda, Pensacola, FL (August 12th)
  • Handel’s Messiah, St. Joseph’s Church, Collingdale, PA, conductor, Martin Knoblauch (November 27th)
  • Recital for New York Agents, “Tacea la notte” from Il Trovatore, Faust Harrison Pianos, New York, NY, Peter Mark