500th Anniversary Reformation Commission

This year I was commissioned to write a new work to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the reformation. The commission came from Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church and Evan Mazunik. The work was performed on reformation Sunday at CCPC and the ...

Read More

Casper College New Music Days

In October I had the pleasure of going out to Casper Wyoming to work with Ron Coulter on presenting some of my music and some of my ideas on compression at Casper College New Music Days. The experience was amazing, and ...

Read More

A Composer’s Guide to Compression, Pt. 3

This is the final installment of a three-part series about using compression in recordings of classical music. In part one, I talked about why it’s important for composers to advocate that their music be recorded and mixed using compression. In ...

Read More

A Composer’s Guide to Compression, Pt. 2

If you’re just tuning in, we’re in the middle of a three-part series about compression in the recording industry and how that applies to classical music. Part one discussed why this is necessary and why we should be advocating for ...

Read More