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Coming soon: My son Jimmy and I are writing a series of creative etudes, suitable for use by high school students and directors during the coronavirus pandemic. What are we calling them? Creatudes, of course!

March 25, 2020: I’ve published a new Grade 2 band piece, Elson Ranch Roundup. It is a free download while this whole coronavirus thing is going on.

June 23, 2019: The Music at the Summit Adult Band Institute premiered For the Fun of It! It is a Grade 4 concert opener, approximately 5 minutes in duration.

February 2, 2019: Sergeant First Class Lauren Curran from The United States Army Field Band joins forces with The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” to premiere my Aria and Toccata for Euphonium and Band at the annual Tuba Euphonium Workshop.

December 19, 2018: The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” performed Sound the Trumpets at the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic.

November 20, 2018: The Maryland Winds performed the Maryland premiere performance of An Autumn Sunset.

November 2, 2018: The James Madison University Symphonic Band performed the world premier performance of An Autumn Sunset.

April 27, 2018: The Astoria Symphony under the baton of maestro Silas Huff premiered my Sinfonietta. The piece is about 17 minutes in three movements.

May 17, 2018: The Tabb Middle School Band of Yorktown, Virginia premiered Starry Night, a new Grade 2 piece inspired by the Van Gogh painting.