I had the pleasure of performing in-person recently with the 21st Century Consort for a “reunion” concert of sorts. It had been 7-months almost to the day since the last time I had an in-person rehearsal or performance with other musicians as we’ve all been quarantining and socially distancing with the COVID-19 crisis. It was so great to get back out there, in the same room with other musicians (socially distanced and masked, of course)! On the concert I was featured on Jennifer Jolley’s solo piece How to be a Deep Thinker in LA among other works at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill. The concert, entitled “S P A C E D O U T,” was performed for a small audience of eight with social distancing and masks. The concert was professionally recorded and can viewed here in its entirety. The Washington Post’s new classical music reviewer, Michael Andor Brodeur, was in attendance and wrote an article that included impressions of his experience at the 21st Century Consort concert and about the work of other classical music ensembles in the DC Metro area during the COVID crises.
Here’s a link to the concert program.