In 2016 I began the process of locating and restoring all the manuscripts of the compositions for saxophone by French composer Pierre-Philippe Bauzin (1933-2005). The music of Bauzin is a wonderful segment of the repertoire, with a majority of the works being dedicated to Londeix. However, because of Bauzin’s preference to improvise the piano accompaniments at each performance most of his opus for saxophone was considered to be lost.
Today, I am excited to share the results of this research
and restoration process: My recording of these compositions, entitled Rediscovering Bauzin, is now available
for sale here:
had a great time with my second podcast interview in as many days, speaking with the music entrepreneurship hq podcast on the role of music industry in higher education, and my new position teaching arts management and entrepreneurship at Baldwin Wallace University
I am looking forward to presenting my first doctoral recital on Saturday, April 8, at 3:30pm in Voertman hall at the University of North Texas. I will be joined by Xiao Wang on piano and Corey Robinson on marimba. Program includes :
I have been invited present a guest lecture at Southern Methodist University to the graduate performance seminar course on private studio management. Very thankful to Dr. Sarah Allen for the opportunity to speak to her students. Looking forward to spending the day at SMU on 11/18.