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  • Indiana University: Visiting Scholar in the Early Music Institute

  • SUNY Stony Brook: Doctor of Musical Arts in recorder and early music

  • SUNY Stony Brook: Master of Music in recorder

  • University of Birmingham: Bachelor of Music (Hons)

Recorder: Major teachers include Nina Stern and Eva Legene; masterclasses and coachings with Marion Verbruggen, Bart Spanhove, Han Tol and Reine-Marie Verhagen.

Historical bassoons: Baroque and classical bassoons with Dominic Teresi, Michael McCraw, Paul Van Loey and Marilyn Boenau, and dulcian with Wouter Verschuren.


Academic positions

  • Queens College, CUNY: Adjunct Associate Professor, recorder

  • Indiana University: Visiting Professor, recorder

  • SUNY Binghamton: Adjunct Professor, recorder

  • SUNY Stony Brook: Teaching Assistant, music history, collegium, recorder

  • Miami-Dade Community College: Adjunct Professor, collegium musicum

Summer Festivals

Amherst Early Music Festival, Island Music, Long Island Recorder Festival, Mechelen Blokfluitdagen (Belgium), North American Recorder Performers Seminar and Teachers Conference at Indiana University, San Francisco Early Music Society, and more.

American Recorder Society Chapter Workshops

Bergen County (NJ), Birmingham (AL), Boston, Connecticut, Eastern Connecticut, Long Island, Miami, New Hampshire, New York, Princeton, Shenandoah (VA), Toronto, Vermont, Westchester, Worcester Hills (MA), and more.

Private Studio in New York and Long Island since 1991.

Music Director of the Recorder Society of Long Island since 1994.


Ensembles and Festivals

Amherst Early Music Festival, Arcadia Players, Bach Sinfonia, BBC Radio, Baroque Sundays at Three, Berkeley Early Music Festival Fringe, Berkshire Choral Festival, Boston Early Music Festival Fringe, Bronx Arts Ensemble, Clarion Society, Concert Royal, Connecticut Early Music Festival, Crescendo, Early Music New York, Fire and Folly, Flanders Recorder Quartet, Flying Forms, Gotham City Orchestra, Grand Tour Orchestra, Great Music at St Barts, Greenwich Music Festival, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Long Island Baroque Ensemble, Mercury Baroque, Montreal Baroque Festival, NPR, New Amsterdam Recorder Trio, New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, New York City Opera, New York Collegium, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera in Concert, Orchestra of the Old Fairfield Academy, Philomel, Princeton University Glee Club, Riverside Orchestra, Rutgers University Musica Raritana, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, Scaramella, St Mark’s Concert Series, Sympatica, Symphonie des Dragons, Tarantella, The Play of Daniel at The Cloisters, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe, Virgin Consort, Yale Schola Cantorum and Collegium Players, and more.


Robert Ainsley, Daniel Beckwith, Kyler Brown, Owen Burdick, John Cantrell, Simon Carrington, Thomas Crawford, Steven Fox, Christine Gevert, Jane Glover, Erin Helyard, Andrew Kirkman, Bart Kuijken, Bernard Labadie, Andrew Lawrence King, Kevin Mallon, Kurt Masur, Eric Milnes, Antoine Plante, Fred Renz, Eric Rice, George Steele, Stephen Stubbs, William Trafka, Kent Tritle, Antony Walker, Ian Watson, Ransom Wilson, Alexander Weimann, and more.


  • Leonard Bernstein, Variations (for recorder and cello) – world, 1996

  • Martin Derungs, Concertino (for recorder, double bass, harpsichord and strings) – US, 2002

  • Joan Tower, Valentine Trills (adapted for recorder) – world, 2007


  • Early Music New York: A Dutch Christmas (Ex Cathedra, 2010)

  • Casanova: Original Soundrack (Hollywood, 2005)

  • New Amsterdam Recorder Trio: Musica Son (demo, 2002)

  • Virgin Consort: Charpentier: Messe de Minuit pour Noel (Gothic, 1996)


  • American Recorder: reviews and articles

  • Recorder Education Journal: editorial board

  • American Recorder Teachers Association: founding board member

  • Workshop director and administrator for early music and recorder workshops

  • Editions and arrangements: solo works for recorder and continuo, bassoon and continuo; ensemble

    works for 3-20 recorders

  • Concert series director