July 28th, 2014: Blues, Nature, and Theatre
It has been so long since I’ve shared an update, and I think an update is due! In the past few months, I’ve had the privilege of making music in many cities and venues. I spent a week developing a new project on the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard, swam in the rivers of Williamstown, MA, and tomorrow I’m heading out to Nashville to play some blues with the amazing Nick Moran. It has been a wild and exciting summer. Most importantly, I am slowly making the transition from being an interpreter and music director to a full-time composer and writer. It is a journey I have been waiting to take for years, and finally I am honored to be able to do so through some incredible opportunities I can’t wait to share with you in the near future. In the meanwhile, enjoy this gorgeous summer weather!
May 20th: NATASHA, PIERRE, AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812
I can’t tell you all how thrilled I am about the past 3 months. I have been hard at work, serving as the Music Director of Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, which is running off-broadway all summer. Last week we opened this amazing show down at Kazino, to rave reviews from the New York Times et al. I have the great fortune of conducting this amazing cast and orchestra every night. Please treat yourself and come see it. You won’t be disappointed!
Much love always,
Jan 3rd: OUT FOR THE MONTH
Whew! Just got back from a crazy tour in Europe, stopping in Kosovo, Austria, and Germany. What an honor playing for the US Troops at each location, and lifting their spirits during the this holiday season. I’ll be heading to Israel for a few weeks, but will be back at full force on FEB 1st at the GRAMERCY THEATRE! Come check me out with the awesome Rubix Kube, and hear the best 80′s tribute band the world has ever seen.
Much love and music in 2013,
P.S – Fresca keeps you very refreshed in the army barracks.