7:30 pm19:30

Dame Not Lady - a chamber opera

Being performed as part of the CU Now Composer Fellows' Initiative, my 30 minute  opera for 4 voices and piano will be premiered at 7:30 in the Atlas blackbox theatre at CU Boulder as well as 3 other student scenes. Free admission.

5:00 pm17:00

Conversations with the World

  • First United Methodist Church

As part of the Resonance Women's Chorus spring concert, "Dream of What the World Could" will be performed 3 more times:

April 22nd at 5pm
April 23rd at 3pm
April 29th at 5pm

$10 for students and seniors, $15 general admission. Tickets available here.

7:00 pm19:00

Post-election concert

  • First United Methodist Church

"Behind the storm of daily conflict and crisis...the poet, the artist, the musician continue the quiet work of centuries, building bridges of experience between peoples, reminding us...that the forces that unite are deeper than those that divide." -John F. Kennedy

A free post-election concert presented by Sound Circle and Resonance Women's Chorus

Featuring a world premier of my piece "Dream of What the World Could."

7:30 pm19:30

For Blake

  • Small Chamber Hall - C199 in Imig

A night of chamber music disguised as my junior recital.

Featuring the premier of a 40 minute chamber work that explores one woman's journey through motherhood after her son was diagnosed with Down syndrome.  

7:30 pm19:30

CU Now Composer Fellows' Initiative

  • Imig Music Theater

Join me and 3 other CU composers in the premier of our opera scenes performed by CU students.

It’s family therapy time at the mental hospital and Sara’s parents desperately want to know why she attempted suicide and how they can help her. Sara tries to explain but is afraid of hurting them with the details. In a culture that seems to collect more prescription labels and diagnoses each day, “Steel Altar” examines how darkness affects relationships and ultimately how healing begins with honesty.