who attended Indiana
University and the
Warsaw Academy of Music. In
1979, he became a member of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Other groups with
whom he has worked include the Canton Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Music
Minnesota, Con Moto Ma Cantabile, the East Metro Symphony Orchestra, the
Macalester Trio, the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra, the Minneapolis Pops
Orchestra, the Minnesota Chamber Players, the North Star Opera Orchestra, the
Sobieski String Quartet, the Symphony Orchestra
of the State of Mexico, the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble and the
Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
He and cellist
James Jacobson, violinist Elsa Nielsen and violist Tamas
Strasser interpreted Ludwig van Beethoven’s
“String Quartet in F minor, Op. 95” (“Serioso”)
on 22nd March 1998.
April 1999, his recording of Johannes Brahms’ “Violin Sonata
No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108” with pianist Layton James aired on
Minnesota Public Radio.
Felix Mendelssohn’s “Concerto in E minor, Op. 64” with
the Minneapolis Pops Orchestra on Nicolett Island on 19th July 2009.
January 2010, he and violist David Auerbach,
cellist David Huckaby and violinist Leslie Shank played
“Divertimento in D major” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for the
inauguration of Chris Coleman, incumbent mayor of Saint Paul, at Union Depot.
Brahms’ “Violin Concerto” with the East Metro Symphony
Orchestra at East Ridge
High School in
Woodbury on 28th October 2012.
which he appears include: All for You by Janet Jackson; Bach by the Minnesota Chamber
Music for Violin and Organ with James Biery;
Dances/Marosszek Dances—Bartok: Divertimento/Romanian Dances and
Winter Morning Walks with the
SPCO; Make Him Do Right by Karyn White; Moon
Country by Prudence Johnson; The
Morning After by Deborah Cox; Open
My Heart by Yolanda Adams; Rainbow
by Mariah Carey; Time and Chance
by Color Me Badd; and, Trumpet Works by Gary Bordner.
In the field
of music education, he has served on the faculty of Gustavus Adolphus College
in Saint Peter, Minnesota.