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For my final Doctoral of Musical Arts conducting recital, I conducted a performance of the J. S. Bach St. John Passion, featuring choral singers, soloists and orchestra players from Manhattan School of Music, volunteer chorale singers from St. Ignatius Loyola, and professional soloists and orchestral players: 

The COVID-19 pandemic was a difficult time for choirs. Here are two virtual choir videos I'm especially proud of, featuring my students at Hunter College:

Our return to live performance in December 2021 was then all the more especially sweet.

This is our concert featuring music of Hildegard von Bingen, Ola Gjeilo, and Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass:

The pandemic was an opportunity for us to look inward and reach out to those around us. 

Jamet Pittman and I workshopped song compositions

as part of my educational outreach work with Musica Sacra.

We recorded this piece by student composer Regane Howard. I also recorded some solo piano music too.

Anton Bruckner

Psalm 150

Gabriel Fauré

Cantique de Jean Racine

At the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on Park Avenue I conduct two mass choirs, both of which engage in ambitious musical projects.

The Sunday morning Wallace Hall Choir and Orchestra recorded their own album;

the Sunday Evening Canticum Sacrum recorded this motet by Tomas Luis de Victoria.

Earlier in my career I made my Musica Sacra conducting debut with a contemporary work by Judith Zang Zaimont.

At the Fairfield County Chorale I had numerous conducting opportunities, including the Bruckner Psalm 150:

My collaborative piano playing has been featured on the AMR and MSR Classics Labels:

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