Performing, composing, arranging, recording, producing, loving.
I'm proud to announce my partnership with the junior civic orchestra of Topeka, Kansas.
I love to perform with school and civic orchestras. It lets me see the music through a fresh, young set of eyes. On a recent tour of the middle schools throughout the heartland of the United States, I was amazed to find that the level of musicianship of these lads and lasses was nothing short of astounding.
Mine are the eyes of a composer, too.
Don't think that I'm confined to just performing. Oh, no. I have been formally studying composition for the past ten years with the best private instructors and through the most renowned musical training institutions in the world. I'm always available for original, commissioned compositions.
For the past 14 years, I've refined my technique and musicianship while taking it upon myself to perfect the canon of musical literature that all of the masters before me have successfully confronted. The result of my labors is a string of successful performances, along with audience and critical acclaim.
I can say humbly and without ego that I'm not your average musician. I started my musical training at the age of 3 under the stern tutelage of my father, himself a musician who played numerous instruments, including the harpsichord, ukelele, accordion, bass trombone, flugelhorn, baritone saxophone, washboard, harmonica, clarinet, rotary trumpet, slap bass, and piccolo.
It was clear from the moment I was born that music was to be my destiny. Almost as soon as my father cut the cord, he was teaching chord theory and other formal constructs of music. This early training turned out to be invaluable, as it paved the way for my more formal training at the most prestigious musical institutions in the world.
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