Dear friends, thank you for your interest in my upcoming performances. At present, all performances listed below will be recorded and shared online (unlinked performances will be edited as soon as links are available). I can’t wait to see your faces and share music in person again, but for now, here’s what’s coming up: 

Upcoming Solo Engagements:

Sunday, March 28, 6pm, with Q&A to follow at 7pm

COUPERIN Leçons de Ténèbres

Washington National Cathedral

With Elissa Edwards, soprano, Thomas Sheehan, organ, Billy Sims, Lute, and Loren Ludwig, Viola da gamba

The Leçons de Ténèbres, a holy week tradition, are given their most sublime form in Couperin’s masterpiece, sublime and soaring. 


Tuesday, April 6

Solo Recital with George Fergus

Church of the Epiphany

This program of art song will survey American song in the years of and immediately after the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-19.


Thursday, April 22, 8pm

Polyphonic Splendors of the Iberian Renaissance

Washington Bach Consort



And since fun is rather hard to come by these days, here’s the best thing I did this year in performance. Of all the blessings of my musical life, the joyous spirit of my Cathedral colleagues is surely one of the greatest: 


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