New Year, New Project …

Let’s kick off the new year by getting started on a new project, featuring music by Frederic Mompou, to be released this spring! I’m so grateful to get to record on a gorgeous 1901 Steinway at The Inn and collaborate with a dream team featuring Colin Egan, Jonathan Thorpe, and Jeet Bahra. And, it’s an…

2 More Days …

Many thanks to the folks at the National Bell Festival for this signed print of their official 2021 festival artwork by Cris Clapp Logan! I’m hopeful that starting off the new year by performing beautiful music by Tatev Amiryan, Alexandra Gardner, Florence Price, and William Grant Still, on a gilded Steinway B, might usher in…

Recording Day: Done!

I just wrapped up this week with an afternoon of recording for my upcoming virtual recital, Rising. So many thanks to Ceylon Mitchell at M3 Mitchell Media & Marketing, LLC for his awesome audio/video work, and to Laura Tsaggaris and The Mantel for providing such a beautiful space and amazing Bösendorfer piano! I can’t wait…

Rising … coming soon

I am very excited to announce a new recital coming up in October! “Rising: Music of Beginnings” is a virtual recital of works for solo piano musically inspired by origins. The program features works by Tatev Amiryan, Alexandra Gardner, and Frederic Mompou. And, I’ll also be hosting a Zoom “Wine Down” reception after the Oct….

Meet My New Musical Family!

I am so happy to announce that I will be joining Symphony Number One as their new Principal Pianist! Symphony Number One is the East Coast’s newest chamber orchestra, based in Baltimore, MD. Our concert seasons will feature innovative programs of great works of the past and premieres of new works by today’s emerging composers….

Exploring Ancient Musical Roots

Last week, my husband and I enjoyed a well-deserved vacation/5-years-late-honeymoon in Greece! Now, I made a personal promise that I would be completely in “vacation mode,” but I couldn’t help but stumble on some really interesting artifacts and learn a bit about ancient musical history. One of our first ventures was a visit to the…

Bringing Brahms to Schumann’s Haus

My work in Germany wrapped up with a whirlwind of performances in Freiberg, Döbeln, and Zwickau. Last Saturday and Sunday, I had the great honor of performing more Brahms-Lieder concerts in the birth house of Robert Schumann. What a historic place with a fantastic museum and a beautiful chamber concert hall—a great privilege for me! The theme…