Put up three new recordings of songs that I wrote along with Jessica Fleitman. Brand new, full arrangements. Killer vocals by Christiana Cole and Arri Lawton Simon. Some funky guitar by Reed Robins. Listen by clicking song titles in the window below, or click here to go to our SoundCloud page. Thanks!
Reed Robins and I are doing keyboard programming for this fantastic production of Sondheim's Pacific Overtures at Classic Stage Company. Now in previews, opening May 4. 136 East 13th Street, NYC. Get tickets here!
I had the honor of scoring the trailer for David Pultz's documentary-in-progress "The Bones Speak" supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. David's film pulls together the story of an early New York City abolitionist church, blending history, anthropology and events relevant to today. The score features the musicianship of LaMarcus Miller, baritone; Fung Chern Hwei, violin; and Reed Robins, guitar.
I contributed the composition "Be Still" as well as brass and other arrangements to this new album by the choir of The First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York. Besides buying a physical copy, you can now listen and/or purchase the music online at iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play, and Spotify. It's a beautiful album, please check it out!
Jessica Fleitman and I are honored to have been asked to contribute a song to The Wellsongs Project. This one-night-only event is a special concert of original songs composed for and about children with special needs and their families, with Broadway singers lending their voices for charity. Directed by Michael Unger and music direction by Michael J. Moritz Jr.
Date: May 23, 2016 - 7:00pm
Location: The York Theatre
619 Lexington Avenue, NYC. Click HERE for more info, and HERE for tickets.
Lori Hammel recorded a new song that Pamela Weiler Grayson and I wrote. If winter happens this coming year, we'll be ready for it! Recorded at Macintyre Music, with Reed Robins.
Hey Baltimore and DC friends, I'm pretty excited that some of my orchestrations will be backing up Sutton Foster when she sings in concert with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra! Performances Thursday through Sunday, Feb 18-21, in both Baltimore and Strathmore, near DC.