• Hello From Northern Thailand!

    Posted on November 17 2019

    Greetings from Thailand!  This is the famous white temple of the city of Chiang Rai, which also has blue and black temples.  Chiang Rai was founded in 1262 by King Mangrai, and it was later conquered by the Burmese.  In 1432, an earthquake destroyed part of a temple, revealing a hidden jade Buddha statue which became the most revered Buddha...

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  • Keyboard Concerto No. 1 in D Minor by J.S. Bach

    Posted on August 15 2019

    I discovered this piece as a teenager, and have always loved it.  It is one of eight harpsichord concertos written by Bach, and this one is certainly my favorite.  This is just the first movement, but at some point I will record the other movements as well.  I played all of the orchestral parts, and it was very rewarding to...

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    Posted on August 12 2019

    I'm happy to announce the release of my latest album, Inner Sanctum, which is now available on my website and will soon be available on all streaming platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify. This album took just over a year to complete, although I had initially expected to finish it much sooner.  It was a busy year for me with performing...

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  • Last Piece For New Album

    Posted on August 02 2019

    I just completed "Soliloquy" which is the last piece for an album which was started about a year ago.  I intended to finish the album in just a few months, but life has a habit of getting in the way, and my live performances set me back a bit with composing.  Now the fun starts as I begin mastering the...

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  • New Video - SUBTERFUGIO

    Posted on July 24 2019

    Subterfugio is the eleventh track for my next album, so only one more piece to go until the album is complete!   Many of you know how much I love baroque music, and its influence can be found in many of my pieces.  Each of my albums tends to have one piece which is more contrapuntal than the others -...

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  • Chopin's Piano + France Trip

    Posted on July 07 2019

    On my recent trip to France, I had the privilege of visiting the Château de Montrésor in the Loire Valley.  The medieval castle has a Renaissance mansion which is steeped in history, and I had the pleasure of being shown around by distant relatives of Count Xavier Branicki who completely restored the property. Much to my surprise, I discovered a...

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