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Solo debut at University of Limerick Concert Hall in Limerick, Ireland.
Mondrian Trio is invited to take part in the Boyne Music Festival 2016 Young Artists Programme
Selected to take part in the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra Mentoring Scheme
Featured in Berlin's VAN Magazine
Featured on BBC 3 In Tune with Sean Rafferty with Chineke! Orchestra members. Here is the link to the performance.
Selected for and won the KBC Great Music in Irish Houses Residency Programme at the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin.
Chamber music coaching with renowned mezzo, Ann Murray, DBE, on Schubert's Shepherd on the Rock.
Masterclass and chamber music coaching with pianist Fali Pavri, Professor of Keyboard and Collaborative Piano at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
National Concert Hall solo debut in Rimsky-Korsakov's Concerto for Clarinet & Military Band with the RIAM Concert Band.
The Vogler Quartett coaches me and my chamber ensembles in Milhaud's Suite for violin, clarinet, & piano; Libby Larsen's Slang; and Beethoven's Trio for clarinet, cello, & piano.
During the month of December I along with the other members of the following chamber works: Libby Larsen's Slang, Ned Rorem's Ariel, John Mackey's Breakdown Tango, and Richard Bullen's Garden of Forking Paths will receive coachings with Toronto-based cellist, conductor, and Co-Artistic Director of Queen of Puddings Music Theatre, Dairine Ni Mheadhra
The ensemble in which I'm playing Milhaud's Trio will be participating in a series of masterclasses hosted by the European Chamber Music Teachers' Association at their autumn gathering in Dublin, Ireland.
I am so honored and humbled to announce that Composer and Assistant Professor of Classical Languages at Wake Forest University, T. H. M Gellar-Goad has composed and dedicates his latest work, Forest Primeval, to me. Scored for B-flat clarinet, cello, harp/synthesizer, and drum kit, this work sets the text Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
I'm pleased to announce that I have been accepted into the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin, Ireland where I will be persuing a Recital Artist Diploma.