I’m currently performing with several ensembles on trumpet and voice in and around the Phoenix metropolitan area, including Free Keith!!!, the Nash Composers’ Coalition, the SCC Monday night band, Glass House Dolls, and duos and trios with musicians including Kaili Otsuka and John Pisaro. Check out the calendar in the drop-down menu or the dates below to find out where I’ll be next!
Some light listening:
WeltenEnden by Adriana Hölszky, performed May 25, 2019 in Katzin Concert Hall at ASU as part of the International Women’s Brass Conference:
Zero G, by me, performed May 25, 2019 in Katzin Concert Hall at ASU as part of the International Women’s Brass Conference:
Quiver by Cameron Robello, performed March 3, 2018 in the Wild Beast:
Take What You Want, part of Letters from the Aftermath; performed March 3, 2018 in the Wild Beast with Leila Bishop (TW: sexual assault):
multitudes, written in memoriam of Mary Elizabeth DeJarnett; performed March 3, 2018 in the Wild Beast with John Pisaro and Leila Bishop:
In the past, I’ve played with ensembles including Dog Star Orchestra, Southland Ensemble, The Ensemble at CalArts, Phantom Collective, the CalArts Brass Ensemble, the ASU Concert Jazz Band, the ASU Jazz Repertory Band (guest artist), and various small and large groups at Disney Hall, the Wild Beast (CA), ArtShare LA (CA), Roy O. Disney Concert Hall (CA), Automata (CA), the University of Denver (CO), The Nash (Phoenix, AZ), Arizona State University, the Mesa Arts Center (AZ), and Mesa Community College (AZ).
YOUR MOUSE GOD iS DEAD (and other new works): Performances of my own work and others by Cameron Robello, Bracha Bdil, Chris Lamb, Jeremiah Sweeney, and Matt Barbier:
Multifaceted: my senior recital at Arizona State, alongside seventeen fantastic performers playing a slew of my own pieces (April 1, 2017):
Cameron Robello’s M.E.C.H., performed February 13, 2017 at Arizona State University (Ruchy Gambhir, oboe; Ritty Gambhir, bassoon; Cameron Robello, electronics; JP Lempke, piano; Amanda Romani, violin; Zach Bush, double bass):
Stephen Mitton’s Zapateado, performed February 22, 2016 at Arizona State University (Kevin Villalta, piano):
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