PERFORMANCES

Find out about upcoming performances for solo tuba, tuba and piano, chamber music, tuba with orchestra and more! You will also find ticket and venue information or where to access live-streamed concerts. To view my archive of past solo performances, click here!

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February 26, 2022 | 8:00 PM

Georgia Symphony Orchestra | Beethoven at the Beach

Location: Marietta Performing Arts Center, 1171 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA 30064

Image by Samuel Ramos

March 10, 2022 

SERTEC Mock Orchestral Competition | Final Round

Location: Kennesaw State University

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MARCH 22, 2022 | 7:30 PM

Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra | A Scandinavian Tour

Location: Johns Creek United Methodist Church,  11180 Medlock Bridge Road.  Johns Creek, GA, 30097

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APRIL 9, 2022 | 8:00 PM

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Location: First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta

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April 29 - May 1, 2022

Jacksonville Symphony | La Bohème

Location: Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, 300 Water St, Jacksonville, FL 32202

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JUNE 12-18, 2022

Atlanta Chamber Music Festival

Location: Emory University in Atlanta, GA

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June 24 - 25, 2022

Distant Worlds: Music from FINAL FANTASY

Location: Atlanta Symphony Hall

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December 30 - 31, 2022

Indigo Girls with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Location: Atlanta Symphony Hall

Collaborations:

"Listen" for Euphonium, Tuba, and Fixed Electronics by Benjamin Horne (2021)

PROGRAM NOTES:
 

"Listen" is inspired by the Black Lives Matter Protests. I was inspired after my own participation in peaceful protests in the Spring of 2020 after the death of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbrary, and many others. Roughly 10 minutes in length, the piece is formed in 4 distinct sections. The introduction includes a nod to the past with featured voice bits of the Civil Rights era in the 1960s all collaged together. A reminder that the remnants of racial aggressions experienced in the United States today is not a new occurrence. The piece then moves to the present-day where the 3 remaining sections are based around 3 popularly used chants in the protests I participated in: “No Justice, No Peace”, “I Can’t Breathe”, and “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot”. Throughout the piece you can find musical influences from gospel spirituals, jazz, and hip pop.