SELECTED VOCAL PERFORMANCES
“Kaddisch” from Deux mélodies hébraïques by Maurice Ravel, on joint faculty recital, Stratton Hall, Bob Jones University (January 2012).
Selections from Messiah by George Frideric Handel, Heritage Baptist Church, Frankfort, IL (December 2011).
Two Broadway selections: “All the Things You Are” and “On the Street Where You Live, on Alex Fields’ faculty woodwind recital, War Memorial Chapel, Bob Jones University (November 2011).
“Mio padre,” duet scene from Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi, with piano, Valor Summer Conservatory Concert, Light Recital Hall, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (July 2011).
Understudy of title role in Il barbiere di Siviglia by Gioachino Rossini, Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University, sang entire opera twice in rehearsals with orchestra (March 2008).
Created title role in world premier of Simeon by Dwight Gustafson, Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University (December 2006). Simeon is listed by Opera America.
Mass in G by Franz Schubert, University Singers, Stratton Hall, Bob Jones University (April 2004).
Understudy of Carlos Gerard in Andrea Chénier by Umberto Giordano, Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University, sang entire opera twice in rehearsals with orchestra (March 2004).
Selections from Messiah by George Frideric Handel, Founder’s Memorial Auditorium, Bob Jones University (November 2001).
Understudy of Scarpia in Tosca by Giacomo Puccini, Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University, sang entire opera twice in rehearsals with orchestra (March 2001).
Requiem by Wolfgang A. Mozart, University Chorale, War Memorial Chapel, Bob Jones University, (February 1999).
Selections from Before and After Summer by Gerald Finzi, with Daniel Steenson, pianist, Stratton Hall, Bob Jones University (1999).
A German Requiem, Johannes Brahms, Dwight Gustafson, conductor, Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium, Bob Jones University (November, 1998).
Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus (in English) by Johan Strauss II, Boston University Opera Theater (April, 1988).
Priest and Speaker in Die Zauberflöte (in English) by Wolfgang A. Mozart, Boston University Opera (April 1987).
Title role in Don Giovanni (in English) by Wolgang A. Mozart, produced by Newton Opera Workshop, performed at Pine Manor College Theatre (1987).
Boston premier of The Lamentations of Saul by Norman Dello Joio, Juan C. Palacios, conductor, Concert Hall at BU (1987).
Three Songs for America (texts from the speeches of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy) by David Amram, Juan C. Palacios, conductor, Concert Hall at BU (1987).
Sechs Monologe aus Jedermann by Frank Martin, with Melinda Crane, pianist, Concert Hall at BU (1986).
Count in Le nozze di Figaro, (in English), produced by Newton Opera Workshop, Newton, MA (1986).
Don Quichotte à Dulcinée by Mauric Ravel, with chamber orchestra on Ravel-Debussy lecture series given by Dr. Joel Sheveloff. The version of the composition was orchestrated and conducted by Sheveloff, Concert Hall at BU (1986).
Created lead role of “Lennie” in World Premiere of Stained Glass by Roland Tec, performed at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre, conducted by Martin Amlin (1985).
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen by Mahler, performed in entirety with Lois Van Dam, pianist, Concert Hall at BU. Also sang two movements (same year and same stage) with Michael Charry conducting the Boston University Symphony Orchestra (1985).
“Grosser Herr,” solo, and “Herr, dein Mitleid,” duet, from Weihnachts-Oratorium by Johann Sebastian Bach, with BU orchestra, with Thomas Dunn conducting (1984).
Dichterliebe by Robert Schumann, with Edward Rea, pianist, War Memorial Chapel, Bob Jones University (April 1980).
CONDUCTORS WORKED WITH
Thomas Dunn, Michael Charry, Carol Lucas, Christopher Gilliam, Steven White and Dwight Gustafson.
DIRECTORS WORKED WITH
John Haber, Will Graham, Marius Pundys, William McCauley and Darren Lawson.
COACHES WORKED WITH
William Merrill, John Balme, Allen Rogers, Melinda Crane, Kathy Weaverling-Haddock, Lois Van Dam, Daniel Steenson and Cliff Jackson.