musician who has worked with the American Saxophone Quartet, the American
Symphony, the Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players, the Coffee Club
Orchestra, the MET Chamber Ensemble, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the New
Jersey Symphony, the New York City Ballet Orchestra, the New York
Philharmonic, the New York Pops, the Saturday
Night Live Band, and the Scott Healy Ensemble.
credits include All Shook Up, Babes in Arms, A Chorus Line, The Full
Monty, Man of La Mancha, Miss Saigon, and West Side Story.
February 2004, the MET Chamber Ensemble interpreted John Harbison’s “Music for Eighteen Winds”
at Carnegie Hall. They returned
on 13th February 2005 for a performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s
Op. 21” with soprano Dawn Upshaw.
February 2005, they gave a recital that included Alban Berg’s “Chamber
Concerto for Piano and Violin with 13 Winds” and Gyorgy
Ligeti’s “Chamber Concerto for 13
violinist Shem Guibbory and pianist Molly Morkoski appeared at the New York Public Library for
the Performing Arts where they performed music by Bright Sheng and Dmitri Shostakovich on 2nd February
January 2008, he was one of several musicians to take the stage at Weill
Recital Hall for works by Susan Kander, including
“Five Movements for my Father” and “Pas de Deux for Clarinet, Cello and Chimes”.
Recordings on which
he appears include: The Commission Project and Spanning the River by the American
Saxophone Quartet; Dancing in the
Dark by Jeff Harner; I Am by Chrisette Michele; his own Inspiration; Just Before Sunrise by Nathan Gunn; Leave Your Sleep by Natalie Merchant; Love Like Fire by Ricky Henly; A Set of Pieces: Music by Charles Ives by the
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra; and, Song
Without Words by the Scott Healy Ensemble.
He can also be
heard on the soundtracks of The Brave
One and Moonrise Kingdom,
and the cast recordings of The Full
Monty, Man of La Mancha, The New Moon, West Side Story, and Wonderful Town.