Concert

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From the Brahms' requiem with the Memphis Symphony to thematic journeys into the art song repertoire to explorations of the best of pop and the American Songbook, the intimate atmosphere of concert and recital is my home. I've performed in, curated, and produced programs for myself as well as SongFest in Los Angeles, LA Opera, Bay Chamber Concerts in Maine, the Flanders House and The Trevor Project. Contact me today and I would be happy to discuss creating a tailor-made program for your venue.


The American Songbook


Hooray for Hollywood

Featuring songs by the fathers of the "Hollywood Sound" as well as legendary songs from your favorite films

A Sherwood Shining Hour: An Evening with Johnny Mercer

Featuring songs with lyrics by the iconic, last great lyricist of the American Songbook, Johnny Mercer.

American Songbook with John Musto

"I think it's going to rain today" by Randy Newman, with John Musto at the piano.

"Cheek to Cheek" with pianist Liz Beckman Hooray for Hollywood

"Never, Neverland" from Hooray for Hollywood with pianist Liz Beckman

from "A Sherwood Shining Hour: an Evening of Johnny Mercer" with pianist Liz Beckman

from "A Sherwood Shining Hour: an Evening of Johnny Mercer" with pianist Liz Beckman


You Are Not Alone: benefit concerts for the Trevor Project

Highlights from the Broadway star-studded benefit concert at St. Paul's cathedral

Full concert from Red Hook High School, with a focus on anti-bullying, and a finale with the Red Hook High School Choir singing "No One is Alone".


With Orchestra


In Recital

My Graduate Recital with Milena Gligic at the piano

Richard Wilson's ON THE STREET, a setting of Stephen Sandy's poem, performed by Matthew Patrick Morris, baritone, and Richard Wilson, piano at The Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City, on March 8, 2016. "On the Street" appears in Thanksgiving Over the Water, published by Alfred E. Knopf, NYC 1992; used by permission.

My First CD!

I was lucky enough to record Libby Larsen's Three Love Songs with pianist Brent Funderburk, to texts by Pablo Neruda for SongFest Records' first record: New American Song @ SongFest. I hope you enjoy it!

New American Song @ Songfest
$9.49
Songfest Records