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Please visit the Oakland Symphony website to view our season 2022 – 23 schedule!

Looking back at a handful of memorable musical moments …

Guest Artist Concert at CSU Summer Arts, July 2018. From left: John Barcellona, Carol Wincenc, Ian Clarke, and myself. On piano: Bryan Pezzone and Wendy Caldwell
Fabulous Flute Weekend in Belgrade Serbia 2022

Solo recital Belgrade Serbia 2022

International Piccolo Festival 2019 Grado, Italy
With my outstanding BCCM colleagues after our performance of our newly commissioned work by Adriana Verdie
Recital with Tim Carey at the Iowa Flute Intensive in the unbelievable recital hall at the gorgeous new School of Music at the University of Iowa
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More Iowa Flute Intensive goodness: post concert happiness with my dear friends, Nicole Esposito, Michel Bellavance, and Julien Beaudiment
Holiday fun at the Oakland Symphony
Post-concert bliss following Beethoven, Bagels and Banter
Josh Ranz (PSO Clarinet) and I after two phenomenal performances with the extraordinary Bernadette Peters and the Pacific Symphony
Oregon Coast Music Festival with two of my favorite colleagues, Greg Bishop and Wendy Wilhelmi
The Complete 21st Century Flutist at CSU Summer Arts, July 2016 Photo credit: Todd Sharp
With the great Warren Jones after an inspiring run of Don Pasquale with SF Opera Center and the remarkable Merola artists.
Perhaps the highlight of my year – visiting Algonquin Middle School, my old middle school – and working with these awesome students!
OEBS flute section: Alice Lenaghan, Amy Likar and I at one of our favorite spots in Oakland … Farley’s!

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