During the Pandemic most music venues are closed, so I’ve mostly been keeping in practice at home and singing virtually with my college chorale. But I was also able to participate in the virtual choir organized by Grammy-winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre for his latest composition, “Sing Gently.” This piece was composed during the Pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and also commemorates ten years since the start of Whitacre’s Virtual Choir project.
Here’s the link to the video for 2018’s “Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of Our universe,” another video and music experience from Grammy-winning composer Eric Whitacre. I participated in this project as a member of Virtual Choir 5.
Voice: Baritone/Tenor II
Instruments Played: Piano, Guitar and Ukulele, Drums, Xylophone & Other Percussion – all 10+ years
Recent Music Performances
Harford Choral Society, 2014–Present
Performances have included Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Magnificat and Vivaldi’s Gloria.
Solo Performances–Prior to Pandemic
Open Mic Nights at:
Brown’s Market, Loganville, PA
Fox & Fern Cafe, Forest Hill, MD
Music & Arts Centre, Bel Air, MD
Currently, I’m also a member of the Towson University Chorale, although right now we are limited to virtual rehearsals. Hoping for live performances again soon!
In high school, I performed with the Archbishop Curley Choir and the Archbishop Curley Luminare, as well as the school’s Drumline and Band.