past & present
2021 - present
U-M CHAMBER CHOIR
Under the baton of Dr. Eugene Rogers, U-M’s premier choral ensemble performs a wide variety of challenging repertoire from renaissance to new music.
Performed in the University Musical Society presentation of Wynton Marsalis’s All Rise with the Jazz at Lincon Center Orchestra.
Performed in the live filmed performance of Considering Matthew Shepherd at the U-M Museum of Art as part of the 50th anniversary of the U-M Spectrum Center.
Premiered Christopher Theofanidis, Melissa Studdard’s Door Out of the Fire, Alfredo Cabrera’s Iridescent Porcelain (soloist), and Carol Barnett’s Cliff Notes.
2021 - present
TEA & SYMPATHY
Bandleader, songwriter, and lead singer of the Ann Arbor-based indie rock, funk, and pop-punk band. Deliver electrifying performances at local professional venues including the Ark, and the Blind Pig.
Perform and present the joys of being in a band for students ages seven to seventeen via Crescendo Detroit.
Opened for the band Melt at their Ann Arbor stop on their international tour.
Manages booking opportunities, finances, and marketing of shows. Creates content and monitors social media accounts to promote the group.
2021 - 2022
TOUCH OF BLUE
A contemporary vocal ensemble comprised of students with a dedication to improving musicianship through jazz study and peer-to-peer mentorship.
Performed a Motown Medley at the 2022 graduation ceremony at Michigan Stadium to celebrate the presentation of Berry Gordy’s honorary doctorate.
Recorded and released an original single, A Sky Full of Stars.
Filmed an improvised performance of a Touch of Blue original Graphic Score Shine Bright, Starlight
2020 - 2022
OUT OF THE BLUE
In collaboration with the U-M Prison Creative Arts Project, worked to bring choral concerts and workshops to incarcerated people across Southeast, Michigan. Received training on how to thoughtfully perform music in non-traditional settings while enhancing knowledge of our nations prison systems.
Edited video concerts when unable to visit prisons in person during the pandemic.