NYC Summer Mahler Project 2012

If you’re in NYC Thursday, July 13, 2012, please stop by St. Bartholomew’s Church (325 Park Ave/51st St), for an evening of Mahler’s 5th Symphony.

This is the third year that director James Blachly is presenting a Mahler symphony to raise funds More

Paramus Community Orchestra Concert 2012

The Paramus Community Orchestra will present the second summer concert of the season and I’ll be playing mostly principal flute. Located behind the Paramus Library and across from Paramus High School (99 E. Century Rd), the concert is free and open to the public. Bring blankets or chairs to sit on the lawn. Parking available behind the library or at the high school.

7/2 (7:30 pm) Concert: (Paramus Community Orchestra) Paramus Library (Band Shell-116 E. Century Rd)-Paramus, NJ. Berlin: God Bless America, Custer: A Salute to the Big Bands, Gilpin: M-G-M (A Choral Medley), Gould: American Salute, Hertz/Herron: The Library Song, Lowden: Barry Manilow Selections for Orchestra, Sousa: Stars and Stripes. Ward, America the Beautiful. Judy Wilkes, conductor. Free.

Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra: 2011

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Daniel Spalding, conductor.

The university ran our concert on their local TV channel and this is the performance of Rossini: Overture to La Scala di Seta (The Silken Ladder). Piccolo and oboe solo is at 4:30.

Video Games Live Orchestra 2009

Being asked to play Video Games Live at the Kimmel Center in Philly as well as the Beacon Theatre in NYC was awesome! I love games, so this was the best gig ever!


Wind Section!

2009 Video Games Live Zelda segment recorded live in Verizon Hall, Philadelphia on October 11, 2009. We played two shows that day, one at 3pm and the other at 7:30pm. This arrangement has a beautiful flute and oboe (George Corbett) section in the middle and you can see me in the two side screens at one point. Very funny.

Another Zelda segment from VGL ’09 at the Beacon Theatre in NYC on October 15, 2009. The oboist this time is Mark Snyder. The conductor for their performances all over the world is Jack Wall.

Mash up of the NYC show. Here are some time stamps: Costume contest :37, Kingdom Hearts (go winds!) 2:16, Laura Intravia as Flute Link 4:00.

Mario Brothers, Video Game Pianist 3:00, Final Fantasy VII: One Winged Angle 3:20, Castlevania 5:17, Megaman 6:20.


All ready for the Warcraft segment with Scott Johnson’s “Obey Henry” graphic.