Hello, I am a composer who's music can be described as Neo-impressionistic, inspired by the colors and sounds developed by the composers of the late 19th and early 20th century.
There is nothing is more musical than a sunset. He who feels what he sees will find no more beautiful example of development in all that book which, alas, musicians read but too little - the book of Nature.
- Claude Debussy
Calendar of Events
June 2022 Mostly Modern Festival Aquatic Portrats - American Modern
March PhD Composition Recital collaboration with the LSU Museum of art
April LSU CNME Carnegie Carnegie Hall Hall
June: Four Corners Ensemble Premier of Between the dimensions 2021
June: Emerging artist recital at collaborative piano institute 2021
May: Vermilion duet performance at Sandaigo Flute Guild 2021
April: LSU CNME Dream Cycle 2021
March: LSU composition and Clarinet studio colaboration recital 2021
January: Tuba and Percussion Duet Impressions of the Crescent City LSU Spring 2021
I am a composer working on my PhD at LSU. My music can be described as Neo-impressionistic, the colors and sounds developed by the French composers of the late 19th century and early 20th century are my biggest inspirations. I also draw inspiration from new 21st contemporary practices found in experimental music. Debussy, Chopin, Cage, Beethoven. I will continue to update this list. My music is a synthesis of his love for neo classical textures and an impressionistic harmonic texturs.
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