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Where I May Go: MM recital at New England Conservatory

My big Boston concert on April 23 is just a couple of weeks weeks away. I am so excited to share this event with family, friends, and fans. I've been planning this concert for well over two years, and it is a very personal performance that will be very close to my heart. 

This concert is the culmination of two years of intensive study at New England Conservatory. With this recital (and subsequent graduation a month later), I somehow become a Master of Music. That's gotta be good, right? The program includes works by Johannes Brahms, Duke Ellington, Kurt Weill, Willie Nelson, and more - plus five of my original songs.  I'll be joined by two incredible pianists: my inspiring studio teacher Hankus Netsky, and my friend and colleague / piano superhero Jacob Hiser. 

I will also sit at the piano myself for one set, including the bulk of my original material. I've been trying to write songs for 20 years, and previously had always failed... but finally I have written complete songs, and it is a terrifying and exhilarating experience to share them with the world.

I hope you can join me at this special concert on Sunday, April 23 at 4pm in Pierce Hall, 241 St. Botolph Street, Boston, MA.

Free and open to the public. Let me know you'll be there on the Facebook event page!