joined the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in 1991 and the L.A. Opera Orchestra in
1993. She has served the
Glendale Symphony Orchestra and Los Angeles Virtuosi in the capacities of
conductor and music director. Groups
with whom she has worked as concertmaster include the Bel
Canto Opera Festival, the Beverly Hills Chamber Orchestra, and the Rio
May 2000, she and Andrew Picken were the soloists
when the Glendale Symphony Orchestra interpreted “Symphonia
Concertante for Violin and Viola, K. 364”. It was sandwiched between “Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72” by Ludwig van
Beethoven and “Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90” by Johannes
her debut as conductor of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra on 7th
October 2006. Her program
included “Cuatro Estaciones
en Buenos Aires”
by Astor Piazzolla, complete with tango dancers, The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi,
and “Spanish Dance, K. 570” by Dmitri Shostakovich.
She has also
been extremely busy in the recording and movie studios, recording with big
names in pop and appearing on several soundtracks.
which she appears include: Blood on the Dance Floor: History in the Mix and Ghosts by Michael Jackson; Greatest Songs of the Fifties and Scores: Songs from Copacabana and Harmony
by Barry Manilow; The House I Live In by Tony Danza; Mended by Mark Anthony; The Movie Album: As Time Goes By by Neil Diamond; The
Music of My Life by Neil Sedaka; and, Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra.
She has also
performed on the soundtracks of Batman: The Brave & the Bold, Blonde, Brothel, The Chronicles of Riddick, Collateral Damage, The Day After Tomorrow, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Ratatouille, Rush Hour 2, Spider-Man
2: The Game, Star Trek, Teen Titans: Trouble in
Tokyo, Wall-E, and White Oleander.