photo credit: Kaz Shoji

photo credit: Kaz Shoji

Since 1994, it has been my privilege to conduct choirs of adults and children in a variety of settings including church, school (K-12), and community groups. Teaching prospective music educators at the University of Bridgeport about the connections between gesture, effective score study, and rehearsal technique is one of my greatest joys. When we perform choral music with passion, we combine our spirits, voices, minds, and hearts to produce a product far more powerful than that which any of us can accomplish alone. Choral music can help us move beyond our self-absorption, connecting us to a reality far larger than ourselves. I am available for guest conducting, clinics, and workshops. 



All but one of these  performances feature the Mystic River Chorale and Mystic River Chamber Singers, as well as the Chamber Singers and University Singers of the University of Bridgeport from 2008-2019.

  • Ain't-A-That Good News? (Dawson)

  • Lacrymosa, from Requiem (Dvorak)

  • Elegischer Gesang (Beethoven)

  • "Chorus of Witches and Spirits" from Der Vampyr (Marchner)

  • Stars I Shall Find (Dickau)

  • I Know that My Redeemer Liveth (Tompkins)

  • Magnificat in C (Schubert)

  • "Beat, Beat, Drums!" from A Procession Winding Around Me (Van)

  • Kyrie from Messe en Sol Majeur (Poulenc; NYU University Singers)



photo credit: Mattias Lundblad

photo credit: Mattias Lundblad