Media update

Hi folks!

Here is a recording from the premiere of the song cycle Anonymous Cabaret by Dr. Timothy Melbinger, premiered in April 2016.

The text is:

“The rabbit has a charming face,
Its private life is a disgrace!
I really dare not name to you,
The awful things that rabbits do;
Things your paper never prints-
They only mention it in hints.
They have such lost degraded souls,
No wonder why they inhabit holes;
When such depravity is found
It can only live underground.”

Two other recordings of pieces from the song cycle can be found on the media page. Enjoy!

June Update

Hello all!

I completed one semester of teaching at Penn Highlands Community College and will be returning to teach at Ebensburg in the fall. I also completed a performance of “Anonymous Cabaret” for Dr. Timothy Melbinger. Video of this performance will be available soon. This summer I am studying repertoire and building my technique for various instruments and preparing for recitals in the fall!

Check out these updated pages:

Introducing: From Avant-Garde to Cabaret

imageHello all! With yet another Holy Week behind me, I now am focusing my efforts on performing a new set of works by the talented composer and pianist Dr. Timothy Melbinger. I am a mezzo-soprano soloist in his new set of works premiering on April 17th at 2 pm at Penn State Altoona. I invite you to join me for the performance of these works! Click here for more information.

Miscellaneous updates: I added “He was despised” to completed repertoire and began adding performance dates to completed repertoire. Check that out if you are so inclined and I updated performance dates.


Hello friends!

Quick update: Be sure to like my professional Facebook page to keep up with quick updates and promotional endeavors for my freelance work. Click here to be directed to the Facebook page. I have recently created the page, therefore, there are still adjustments to be made, but like the page and stay tuned for the updates!

Completed “Sonata in G Major Op. 14 No. 2: I. Allegro”

Hello all,

Just a quick update to announce I finished studying Beethoven’s “Sonata in G Major Op. 14 No. 2: I. Allegro” and updated the current repertoire and completed repertoire pages. It was certainly quite the feat for me, I was able to perform it from memory last Sunday on February 28th in State College. I don’t consider it perfect, but Beethoven reportedly said to one of his students that playing accidental notes was not as important as playing with the correct feeling and passion of the piece, according to Ferdinand Ries. Either way, I consider it a success, as I find Beethoven sonatas to be particularly difficult.

My next piano projects include continuing to study “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir” by Debussy and a new piece, “III. Romanze” from 4 Klavierstucke Op. 32 by Schumann. I am so excited to play a piece by Schumann.